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Area roundup: Sycamore girls win conference title; NIU women win

Kylie Feuerbach poured in 39 points as the Sycamore girls basketball team beat Morris, 56-50, on Saturday.

The Spartans finish the year 22-5 overall and 11-2 in the Northern Illinois Big 12 East to secure first-place.

Sycamore will face Plano or Sandwich in the Class 3A Sycamore Regional on Tuesday.

DeKalb girls fall short against Yorkville: The Barbs had a chance to win late, but fell to Yorkville, 39-34.

“Played tough against a really good Yorkville team,” DeKalb coach Tyler Bantz tweeted after the game. “Had the lead in the fourth and a tie game near the end but they made one more play than we did. [The] girls worked hard.”

The Barbs open the postseason against Conant in the Class 4A DeKalb Regional.


Indian Creek edges Bishop McNamara: The Timberwolves won in overtime, 70-68.

Nolan Govig had 22 points, 14 rebound sand five assists. Michael Hill scored 17 and Cooper Larsen 13.


NIU storms back for third straight win: The Northern Illinois women’s basketball team rallied to defeat Bowling Green, 73-68.

“Like most MAC wins, that was a hard-fought 40 minutes,” said NIU head coach Lisa Carlsen. “I knew we were going to be in a situation where we were going to need a couple people to step up and I think we had that. Anybody that stepped on the floor gave us quality minutes.”

Courtney Woods finished the day with a game-high 29 points and 12 rebounds for, all on the defensive end of the floor and was one of three Huskies (13-11, 5-8) in double digits. Abby Woolacott added a career-best 19 points, while Mikayla Voigt followed with 15.

The Huskies trailed the Falcons (10-14, 2-11) by 11 points with a little over a minute left in the first half. However, NIU went on a 6-0 run to end the half and the Huskies went into the break down, 35-30. A pair of second half scoring outbursts and strong defense helped push NIU past Bowling Green.

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