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ROUNDUP: Lopez leads DeKalb to easy win over Chicago Vocational

Published: Monday, Jan. 13, 2014 5:30 a.m. CDT

DeKalb girls basketball defeated Chicago Vocational, 63-27, in a nonconference road game for the Barbs’ second win in two days.

Ashlei Lopez led the Barbs with 19 points on 8-of-11 shooting, including two 3-pointers. Lopez also tallied four steals on the day. Madelyne Johnson had 13 points, five rebounds and two steals. Paige Wogen recorded eight points and five rebounds for the Barbs.

T’wolves fall: Indian Creek lost a close game to Newark, 45-38, in a home Little Ten Conference game.

Oliva Harvell had 13 points to lead Indian Creek while Josie Diehl recorded eight points and 12 rebounds.

Rockford Christian tops G-K: Rockford Christian defeated Genoa-Kingston, 58-36, in a Big Northern Conference East matchup.

Julie Gallauner led the Cogs (5-11, 1-3 BNC East) with 10 points while Andrea Strohmaier and Jesi Nay each had six. 

“Both teams played pretty hard. They’re a really aggressive team and they had some shooters,” G-K coach Kyle Henkel said. “It was a hard game for our girls to get adjusted to, the way it was called. I liked the intensity we played with for most of the game.” 

H-BR loses: Hinckley-Big Rock lost to Seneca, 36-30.


DeKalb falls: DeKalb lost to Chicago Vocational, 64-58, in a nonconference road game.

Jace Kitchen led the Barbs with 15 points while Rudy Lopez and Luke Davis III each tallied 13 in the loss.

T’wolves lose: Indian Creek fell to Evergreen Park, 64-54, in the final game of Indian Creek’s Hoopapalooza.

Garrett Post had 15 points and 12 rebounds to record a double-double and Garrison Govig also had 12 points and 10 rebounds. Noah Holm recorded 12 points in the loss for the Timberwolves (9-5).

“It was much closer than the score indicates,” Indian Creek coach Joe Piekarz said. “I was very pleased with how we played tonight.”


DeKalb sweeps: DeKalb swept all three dual matches at the Rolling Meadows quadrangular meet. DeKalb rolled over Maine West and Rolling Meadows and also defeated Antioch, 38-30, in its closest contest of the day.

Cogs compete at Polo: Genoa-Kingston finished in 13th place at the Polo Invitational with 68 points. G-K junior Joe Murray finished third at 160 pounds. G-K sophomore Nick Cotham took fifth at 285 pounds. Freshman Christian Ordlock finished fifth at 120 pounds.


Jouris medals: DeKalb’s Maddy Jouris finished seventh out of 60-plus bowlers at the Sycamore Invite, averaging a 185 for the tournament’s six games. She bowled games of 209 and 206 on the day. Abby Kuzmanich averaged 178 and took 15th place.

Kaneland takes sixth: Kaneland took sixth place at the IMSA Invitational. The Knights were led by Dominique Lee’s 511 series, including a 220 game. Christie Crews bowled consistently and recorded a 479 series.

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