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Prep roundup: DeKalb boys bowling sets new program records

Published: Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014 5:30 a.m. CDT
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DeKalb boys bowling set a couple new program records in the Barbs’ victory over Ottawa on Friday night

DeKalb swept all 10 points from Ottawa in a Northern Illinois Big 12 contest. The Barbs won all three games and took the overall series, 3,966-3,012. The series total along with a single-game total of 1,403 were both DeKalb records for the 3-year-old program.

DeKalb was led by Will Todtz, who bowled a sterling 735 series, including games of 211, 278 and 246. Seth Pinne recorded a 695 series that included games of 224 and 278 while Ranzy Collins bowled a 693 series with games of 213 and 278. Jack Berry bowled a 638 series and Michael Belluzzi had a 619 series while Sean Mattingly bowled a 225 high game.

BOYS BASKETBALL

T’wolves win: Indian Creek (9-4) defeated LaMoille, 63-52, on the road in Little Ten play.

Garrison Govig recorded a double-double with 18 points and 18 rebounds while Taylor Johnson had nine points and 15 rebounds for the Timberwolves. 

GIRLS BOWLING

DeKalb tops Ottawa: DeKalb took eight of 10 points against Ottawa, winning two games and the overall series, 2,875-2,775.

The Barbs were led by a 608 series from Kacie Boken, who recorded games of 213, 205 and 190. Freshman Taylor Mershon bowled a 212 on her way to a 508 series while Maddy Jouris had three consistent games to tally a 499 series in the win.

After losing the first game of the match by 80 pins, the Barbs rallied for victories in the second and third games.

THURSDAY’S LATE RESULTS

GIRLS BOWLING

LaSalle-Peru tops DeKalb: LaSalle-Peru took eight of 10 points in a Northern Illinois Big 12 match at Mardi Gras Lanes. The Barbs won the second game, but LaSalle-Peru won the first and third games and the overall series.

Maddy Jouris led all bowlers with a 616 series, including all three games in the 200s. Taylor Mershon bowled a 487, including a high game of 188 and Kacie Boken recorded a 482 series.

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