July 31, 2021
Girls Basketball

Local roundup: Amboy cruises past Stockton

The Amboy girls basketball team had little trouble, picking up a 54-34 home win over Stockton on Monday.

The Clippers got 21 points from Abi Payne.

Kyleigh Donna chipped in 14 points, 10 of those in the first half. Mallory Powers added eight.

Amboy led 17-9 after one quarter, 25-15 at halftime and 45-28 after three.

Warren 43, Milledgeville 41, ot: The Missiles fell at home in overtime to Warren being outscored 5-3 in the extra session after the game was tied at 38-38 through four quarters.

Adriana Miller led Milledgeville with 14 points. Ali Mertz added 13. Samantha Hartman scored eight.

Princeton 35, Erie-Prophetstown 27: The Panthers came up short in a Three Rivers Conference loss at Princeton.

Ella Heyvaert scored 15 points for Erie-Prophetstown. Mak Glassburn added nine.

Princeton led 25-11 midway through the third before the Panthers came storming back, but the rally fell short.

Eastland 61, West Carroll 27: The Cougars had little trouble in a win in Lanark, racing out to a 30-4 lead after one quarter and not looking back.

Erin Henze scored 16 points and grabbed six steals for Eastland. Karlie Krogman added 12 points and nine rebounds. Lydia Coatney scored 10 points and had three rebounds, five steals and two assists. Meredith Janssen had five rebounds.

Eastland got at least one point from 12 different players, one rebound from 15 different players and an assist from eight different players.

Kylie Hill led the Thunder with 10 points.

Boys basketball

Eastland 55, Stockton 40: The Cougars scored an NUIC win in Stockton.

Brock Coatney led the way with 18 points. Kellen Henze scored 12.

Eastland led 15-9 after one quarter and 27-19 at halftime. The Cougars pulled away with a 19-point fourth quarter.

Boys bowling

Dixon 3,282, Erie-Prophetstown 2,453: The Dukes picked up the win at Plum Hollow.

Trevor White led the balanced attack with a 648 series, including games of 247 and 215. Tyler Yocum had a 227 third game for a 597 series. Brennan Erb hard a 222 third game for a 557 series. Dixon also got a 553 from Jacob Wickert, a 499 from Austin Portner and a 428 from Michael Wilhite.

Erie-Prophetstown’s Jarob Gibson rolled a 469 series. The Panthers got a 566 from Lucca Sweetser, a 439 from Michael Miner, a 390 from James Pursley, a 354 from Austin Burger-Owens and a 335 from Dominic Jordan.

Oregon 3,621, Rockford Lutheran 2,359: The Hawks cruised to a win in Rockford.

Isaac Kaltenbrun led Oregon with a 673 series, which included games of 202, 249 and 222. Charlie Bachman wasn’t far behind that pace, rolling games of 267, 205 and 192 for a 664 series. Nico Giuffre had a 203 third game in his 561 series and Jacob Smith had a 259 first game in his 598 series. Kyle Strite added a 548 series for Oregon.

Paige Garr-Koch led Lutheran with a 492 series.

Girls bowling

Sterling 2,693, Geneseo 2,672: The Warriors picked up a Western Big 6 win at Blackhawk Lanes.

Grace Schultz had a 587 series and a 259 game for the Warriors. Zoey Paone had games of 212 and 215 in a 577 series. Sterling also got a 494 from Kylie Bresley, a 309 from Maricella Tabares, a 367 from Hannah Conderman and a 359 from Katelynn Garcia.

Dixon 3,150, Erie-Prophetstown 2,085: The Duchesses cruised to a win at Plum Hollow.

Tori Baker had a 644 series for Dixon, including games of 248 and 244. Kerina Gray rolled a 226 game and a 201 game on her way to a 590 series. Tianna Bryson had a 212 third game in a 573 series. Dixon also got a 476 from Kaylie Tocum, a 461 from Riley Kavanaugh and a 46 from Leslie Pettorini.

The Panthers had a 389 from Alison Croegaert, a 359 from Kerie Battaglia, a 34 from Sydney Melton, a 358 from Berkley Eggers, a 346 from Jenna Gibson and a 329 from Emily Brooks.