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Colors: Black/Gold • Conference: Northern Illinois Big 12 • Stadium name: Engh Community Field • Enrollment: 1184
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The DeKalb-Sycamore co-op boys swimming team couldn’t lose.
The Hinckley-Big Rock boys basketball team picked up a 48-34 win Friday against LaMoille in a Little Ten Conference game.
SYCAMORE – With games on back-to-back nights, the Sycamore girls basketball team needed to make sure the Spartans got production from everyone in its Northern Illinois Big 12 game against Rochelle on Friday night.
SYCAMORE – The Sycamore boys basketball team was so balanced offensively Friday night that Rochelle had no idea who was going to score next.
Michael Carlson and Dylan Powers each took first in two events as the DeKalb-Sycamore co-op boys swimming team won, 114-70, at Byron on Wednesday.
The Sycamore girls bowling team rolled over Ottawa, 3,278-2,913, Tuesday at Four Seasons in Sycamore capturing eight out of 10 points.
HAMPSHIRE – Sycamore’s Bailey Gilbert only hit two field goals on Tuesday night, but they both came in big spots as the Spartans recovered from an early deficit and used a big fourth quarter to beat Hampshire, 41-29, in a nonconference game.
SYCAMORE – For the second time this season, a Hampshire against Sycamore boys basketball came down to a late shot for the Spartans.
Six Sycamore wrestlers picked up pins as the Spartans cruised to a 59-6 win Friday at Morris.
DeKALB – The sophomore duo of Trevor Smith and Adam Tipps led the way for the Sycamore boys bowling team against DeKalb on Tuesday afternoon at Mardi Gras Lanes.
Sycamore's Christopher Malone came up with a big win in the last match of the day to preserve Sycamore's 35-30 win against Rockford East on Friday in Wauconda.
The year 2014 was another eventful one in DeKalb County athletics.
Images from 2014 that illustrate the top 10 Daily Chronicle sports stories of the year.
The Sycamore wrestling team took eighth place at the Mid-States Tournament in Whitewater, Wisconsin. The Spartans’ top finisher was 182-pounder Chris Malone, who won the first-place title with a 5-3 decision over Wrightstown (Wis.)’s Stetson Burmeister.