PREP ROUNDUP: Genoa-Kingston girls basketball edged by Somonauk

Published: Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013 5:30 a.m.CDT

Genoa-Kingston girls basketball lost a tight nonconference matchup to Somonauk, 35-34, on Wednesday.

Andrea Strohmaier led the Cogs with nine points while Jessie Nay had six in the Cogs’ (4-5) loss.

“A one-point first quarter kind of says it all,” G-K coach Kyle Henkel said.

Amanda Bentley had 11 points for Somonauk while Natalie Rabe had nine. Madison Kawall hit the game-winning shot at the buzzer for the Bobcats.

WRESTLING

Cary-Grove downs Kaneland: Cary-Grove defeated Kaneland, 39-24, as part of a quadrangular meet at Crystal Lake Central.

Justin Diddell won by pin as did Austin Kedzie and Adam Mish. Dane Goodenough and Riley Vanik won by decision.

GIRLS BOWLING

Streator tops Kaneland: Streator defeated Kaneland, 2,526-2,178, in a Northern Illinois Big 12 match.

Christie Crews led the Knights with a 418 series, including a 176 high game. Dominique Lee rolled a 414 series while Michelle Bohanek (152 game) and Katie Hill (150 game) also contributed for Kaneland.

TUESDAY’S LATE RESULTS

BOYS BASKETBALL

H-BR downs Amboy: Hinckley-Big Rock defeated Amboy, 59-23, in a nonconference game on Tuesday.

Dutch Schneeman led the Royals (2-5) with 18 points while Eric Phillips had 12 and Jacob Ryan scored 10.

The Royals play Hiawatha on Friday.

BOYS BOWLING

Streator edges Sycamore by one pin: Streator defeated Sycamore, 3,562-3,561, in a Northern Illinois Big 12 match. The Spartans were led by Brendan Fank’s 715 series followed by Alex Burchard’s 649 and Trevor Smith’s 602 series.

“This was a tough one for us tonight, both teams fought hard for the win, we just came up a little bit short,” Sycamore coach Aaron Williams said. “As a coach I can’t say enough about how the team sticks together and battles everyone.”

GIRLS BOWLING

DeKalb downs Rochelle: DeKalb defeated Rochelle, 2,922-2,433, in a Northern Illinois Big 12 meet.

Senior Abby Kuzmanich led the Barbs with a 664 series, including games of 252 and 215. Freshman Taylor Mershon rolled a 268 in the first game to record the high game of the meet.

She would end up with a 556 series while senior Maddy Jouris recorded a 519 series.

“The team scored one pin short of 500 more than Rochelle, and improved by 162 points over last week’s match at Rochelle,” DeKalb coach Bill Holland said. “It’s a very positive achievement.”

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