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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.


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. 


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.



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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