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PREP ROUNDUP: Co-op wins first dual

Published: Friday, Dec. 20, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT • Updated: Friday, Dec. 20, 2013 7:53 a.m. CDT

The DeKalb-Sycamore co-op boys swimming team won its first dual meet of the season on Thursday, defeating Jacobs 115-55.

DeKalb-Sycamore won six individual events, courtesy of Dylan Powers (200 IM, 500 freestyle), Jacob Bjork (200 freestyle), Michael Carlson (100 butterfly), Daniel Hein (100 backstroke) and Tyler Schultz (100 breaststroke).

The co-op also won all three relays – the 200 medley (Hein, Ryan Schultz, Powers and Tyler Schultz), 200 freestyle (Bjork, Carlson, Dylan Powers and Holden Mackey) and 400 freestyle (Mackey, Bjork, Carlson and Hein).

“I think it was extra special, not only to come away with a win but that it was the season opener with a lot of support in the stands,” co-op coach Leah Eames said.


Royals get win: Hinckley-Big Rock beat LaMoille, 50-46, behind a 21-point effort from Jacqueline Madden. Lauren Paver added 12 points and Lexi Gonzalez finished with 11.

H-BR is now 6-5 and 3-0 in Little Ten play.

Cogs fall: Durand beat Genoa-Kingston, 55-42, at the Pecatonica Tournament. The Cogs (5-9) finished 1-3 in the round-robin event.

Andrea Strohmaier led G-K with 13 points. Jesi Nay added 11 and Katie Thurlby finished with eight.

“We’ve got a long break,” G-K coach Kyle Henkel said. “I hope we can kind of rest up and come ready to play the second half of the season.”

Hawks lose LTC contest: Newark defeated Hiawatha, 70-19. The Hawks are now 2-9 and 0-4 in conference play.


Barbs top Saints: Ranzy Collins rolled a 687 series for DeKalb in a 3,914-3,645 win over St. Charles East. Seth Pinne finished with a 674 for the Barbs, while Will Todtz added a 662.


Jouris leads Barbs to win: Maddy Jouris rolled a 713 series for DeKalb in a 3,063-2,539 win over Kaneland at Mardi Gras Lanes.

Jouris’ effort included a 296 in Game 2. Abby Kuzmanich had a 498 for the Barbs and Taylor Mershon finished with a 493.

“Maddy Jouris has significantly improved her strike ball delivery – which was wonderfully displayed as she rolled 11 straight strikes to start the second game,” DeKalb coach Bill Holland said. “The entire Mardi Gras Lanes were hushed in awe as she approached the perfect score of 300.”

Dominique Lee had a 522 for Kaneland, while Christie Crews finished with a 505.

Spartans suffer loss: LaSalle-Peru beat Sycamore, 3,036-2,726. Kelly Drake led the Spartans with a series of 496.

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