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Prep roundup: DeKalb-Sycamore swimming co-op sinks West Chicago

Published: Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014 5:30 a.m. CDT
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The DeKalb-Sycamore co-op boys swimming defeated West Chicago, 115-51, in a dual meet Wednesday.

“This is just another meet that continues our undefeated streak,” coach Leah Eames said. “We’re gaining momentum in the season at the perfect time.”

Daniel Hein won both the 50-yard freestyle and 500 free while Dylan Powers was also a double-winner in the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke. Austin Bockman (200 individual medley), Holden Mackey (100 free) and Tyler Schultz (100 breaststroke) also won individual events.

The co-op swept all three relays as Michael Carlson, Ryan Schultz, Ryan Lindsey and Powers combined to win the 200 medley relay. Carlson, Mackey, Jacob Bjork and Hein won the 200 free relay while Mackey, Powers, Bjork and Hein were victorious in the 400 free relay.

“We’re approaching that championship season,” Eames said. “Overall, it was a really positive meet.” 


Cogs split triangular: Genoa-Kingston split a pair of matches in a triangular with Byron and North Boone. G-K defeated North Boone, 42-24, but lost to Byron, 76-6.

Matt Cieslica, Thom Kathalynas, Christian Ordlock and Joe Murray all had wins by pin.


Ottawa downs Kaneland: Ottawa defeated Kaneland, 2,733-2,537, in the overall series at Dettores Lanes in Ottawa.

Dominique Lee led Kaneland with a 509 series while teammate Rena Wojciechowski added a 453 series.



Hawks fall on the road: Hiawatha fell behind by 14 points after the first quarter against Somonauk and couldn’t recover in a 93-67 loss on the road.

Pancho Garcia led the Hawks with 26 points. Nick Doolittle had 15 points for the Hawks in the Little Ten matchup.

Royals topped by Serena: Hinckley-Big Rock lost to Serena, 50-36, in a Little Ten road game.

Eric Phillips was the leading scorer for the Royals with 18 points.

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