The DeKalb-Sycamore girls swim team lost to Byron on Monday, 93-35.
Angelica Sanyal was second in the 100-yard breaststroke (1:17.33) and Hannah Raetzke was second in the 500 freestyle (6:17.74).
"We had many of our girls in different events tonight," coach Melanie Chambers said. "I was happy with how they swam in those events. We had many season-best times, and I feel we are on the right track to getting back into the swing of competing again."
Sycamore tennis sweeps Rochelle: Ella Sharp picked up a 6-0, 6-0 win at No. 1 and the Spartans rolled, 5-0.
Ashley Olson was a 6-4, 6-2 winner at No. 2 singles. Abby Golembiewski and Olivia king won 7-5, 6-0 at No. 1 doubles, Emma Hardin and Abby Bourdage were 6-4, 6-1 winners at No. 2 and Megan McConnaughy and Jordyn Block were 6-2, 6-0 winners at No. 3.
DeKalb falls to Naperville North: The Barbs lost 7-0 in DuPgae Valley Conference play.
The Barbs fell to 0-2 in the DVC and 3-7 overall.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Simpkins first, H-BR second as team: James Simpkins won in 19:22 as H-BR was second to Newark, 25-32, at the first meet at Shabbona Lake State Park.
Ben Parnow was second for Indian Creek in 20:38 as the TImberwolves did not place a team score. Judson Scott was fifth in 21:58 for the Royals.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Bend wins for Timberwolves: IC had three of the four runners in the girls race at Shabbona Lake State Par, with Caroline Bend leading the way with a 20:18.
Sycamore tops Plano: The Spartans rolled to a 167-197 win to stay perfect in the Interstate 8.
Sam Faulhaber led the way with an even-par 36. Josh Melms added a 40 and David Beaty a 42.
The Spartans moved to 4-0 in conference and 6-0 overall.
G-K boys fall to Rockford Christian: Trevor Pierce led the Cogs with a 40 in a 161-188 loss.
Landon Ritchie and Josh Kleba each added a 49.
G-K falls to Rockford Christian: The Cogs lost, 207-219.
Ashlynn Grismer and Aleia Lauer each shot a 54 for the Cogs.
Kish women with top two JUCO finishers: At a meet with four-year colleges hosted by Judson at West Dundee, Indian Creek grad Haleigh Peterson shot a 118 to finish with the top score among junior college golfers.
Jillian Fuchs was second among the junior college golfers with a 130 in the first meet in program history.
"It's great that Jillian and Haleigh are part of college history today and are laying the foundation for the program," coach Thomas Brennan said. "Today's course was a little longer then they are used to, but I really like both ladies' approach on the course, they both are hard workers and will continuously improve upon each week's results. Both are very solid with very good swings and hit the ball well."
The Kishwaukee women will host a dual invite against Bryant and Stratton at Fairways Golf Club in Rochelle on Sept. 25.