Eastland senior post player Karlie Krogman scored her 1,000th career point as the Cougars beat Aquin 57-44 on Saturday.
Krogman is the 10th Eastland girls player to reach the mark.
She finished with 14 points, 10 rebounds, six assists and four steals.
Talena Rogers and Natalie Hughes each scored 11. Rogers also had six assists.
Eastland led 15-10 after one quarter and 29-18 at halftime before Aquin chipped away at the lead with a 14-point third quarter.
Belvidere North 63, Oregon 43: The Hawks led 11-9 after one quarter at the Blackhawk Center, but were outscored 21-10 in the second quarter in the season-opening loss.
Owen Ketter and Joey Gerlander each scored nine points for Oregon. Isaac Reber and Liam Dickson added seven.
Dakota 49, Eastland 44: Kellen Henze scored 27 points for the Cougars, including shooting 11-for-16 from the free-throw line, but Eastland was not able to stop Dakota.
The Indians led 14-7 after one quarter, 30-24 after two, and the score was tied 36-36 after three before the Indians closed things out by outscoring Eastland 13-8 in the fourth.
Oregon second at Plum Hollow: The Oregon girls bowling team was the runner-up in their seven-team Hawk Invitational at Plum Hollow.
Sycamore won with a 5,662, beating the Hawks by 336 pins.
Sycamore’s Madelyn Lathrop was the individual winner with a 1,318 series, beating teammate Brandi Stover by five pins.
Sammantha Meyers led the Hawks with a fourth-place finish, rolling a 1,157. Teammate Alysa Conley took sixth with a 1,139. Ava Wight and Rebbeca Meyers also broke the 1,000 pin mark with a 1,047 and 1,018, and Hannah Kaltenbrun was not far off, finishing with a 965.
Dixon took third with a team score of 4,926, led by a third-place finish from Tori Baker, who rolled a 1,163. Tianna Bryson rolled a 1,102.
Sterling, led by Olivia Zinanni’s 1,073, took fourth with a team score of 4,571. Hannah Conderman rolled a 963.
Erie-Prophetstown was fifth with a 3,808, led by an 861 from Alison Croegaert.
Oregon third at own invitational: The Hawks rolled a 5,563 to place third at the Hawk Invite. Rockford Christian rolled a 5,883 to win, and Sycamore was second with a 5,869.
Rockford Christian’s Zach Joiner was the individual winner with a 1,349 series, with Oregon’s Isaac Kaltenbrun second with a 1,285. The Hawks’ Jacob Smith rolled a 1,163 to place seventh.
Sterling took fourth with a 5,037. Carter Schlegel had a 1,104 series for the Golden Warriors. Andrew Doughty rolled a 1,070.
Erie-Prophetstown was fifth with a 4,906, led by a 1,052 from Michael Miner, beating teammate Lucca Sweetser by two pins.
Roby sits out: Dixon native Isaiah Roby did not play in Saturday’s game for the Oklahoma City Thunder against the Minnesota Timberwolves, suffering from a sore right foot.
The Thunder (10-12) won 120-118 after Darius Bazley scored a layup with 1:16 to play to break a tie, before the teams traded missed shots the rest of the way.
Oklahoma City plays next on Monday, visiting the Lakers for a 9 p.m. game.