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Preps

Area roundup: DeKalb bowling, wrestling pick up big wins

The DeKalb boys bowling team overpowered Ottawa on Wednesday, rolling to a 3,501-2,768 sweep.

Nicklaus Eberly rolled a
246-237-198–681 to edge teammate Logan Zarek (243-213-204–660) for the most conference points. Dylan Kresten rolled a 581 and Michael Rae a 574 for DeKalb.

The Barbs head to Vernon Hills for a tournament Saturday.

PREP WRESTLING

DeKalb rolls Rochelle: The Barbs were 59-6 winners on the road.

Kyler Klapprodt, Nate Perry and Spike Miller all recorded their first varsity wins – with Klapprodt and Perry winning by fall. Michael Clayton, Trevor Ikens and Ben Aranda also had pins.

Freshman Bradley Gillum picked up his second win this year against a returning state qualifier.

Cogs lose twice at home: Genoa-Kingston lost, 59-16, to Rock Falls and, 46-33, to Richmond-Burton.

Like Bennett (132), Eric Garcia (220) and Jose Garcia (285) each picked up two wins for the Cogs (3-3).

BOYS BASKETBALL

Hiawatha rolls past Christian Liberty: The Hawks were 49-28 winners.

Hiawatha led, 36-15, at the half and cruised to the win.

No individual statistics were available from the win.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Kishwaukee men fall at Milwaukee: The Kougars fell, 108-81.

No individual stats were available from the game.

LATE WEDNESDAY

Kaneland wrestling falls: The Knights lost to Yorkville, 72-12, and on a tiebreaker to Somonauk after a 36-all tie.

Somonauk had more pins than Kaneland and claimed the win.

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