Sophomore Anthony Dominic and junior Brady Grabowski finished second and third, respectively, to lead the Streator boys bowling team to second place in the Oregon Invitational on Saturday at Plum Hollow Lanes in Dixon.
Dominic rolled a 1,228 series, which included games of 244 and 278, to earn runner-up. Grabowski had a 1,223 series, including games of 204, 244, 228 and 215, to take third. Also for the Bulldogs Adam Jakupcak tossed a 214-225-200 for a 1,128 series and Keith Scott added a 213 game.
For the Streator girls, Michelle Dobson rolled a high game of 182 and a team-best 912 series.
Ottawa 43, Morris 16: At Morris, the Pirates took care of business for an Interstate Eight Conference victory, holding the Redskins without a point in the second quarter to take a 19-4 halftime lead, then breezing to the win. Gabi Krueger and Zoe Harris each tossed in nine points, Brooke Waddell eight and Cheyanne Joachim had seven for Ottawa.
Annawan 62, Seneca 53: At Annawan, Kennedy Hartwig popped in five 3-pointers on her way to 35 points, but the Bravettes used a 22-8 second quarter to take a 39-20 lead at the half and control of the win. Seneca falls to 5-4 on the season.
Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 50, Flanagan-Cornell/Woodland 36: At Flanagan, the Falcons got 10 points each from Grace Zimmerman and Taylor Reed, but still fell to GCMS in the Heart of Illinois Conference game.
Earlville 61, Yorkville Christian 35: At Earlville, Elizabeth Browder accounted for 16 points and 12 rebounds, and Madyson Olson had 14 points and six boards to lead the Red Raiders to the victory. Brooklyn Guelde added nine points, six rebounds, five steals and three assists for Earlville.
Freeport Aquin 46, Somonauk 37: At the Amboy Shootout, Aquin blew open a five-point game with a 20-0 third quarter to cruise to the win.
For the Bobcats (3-5), Katelyn Curtis notched 11 points, Josie Rader 10 points, seven rebounds and three steals, and Maggie Roberts eight points, 10 rebounds and three blocked shots in the loss.
Newark 56, Lisle 38: At Lisle, the Norsemen improved to 4-2 overall with the win, led by Kellie Snyder’s 11 points and 15 rebounds. Emily DiClementi chipped in 15 points for NHS.
Sandwich 45, Plainfield Central; 12; Yorkville Christian 57, Sandwich 12: At Plainfield, the Indians had mixed results in the double dual, winning easily over the host Central team. Taking wins in the victory were Miles Corder at 132 (3:02), Sy Smith at 138 (4-0), Nolan Bobee at 145 (1:34), Bryce Decker at 160 (7-2) and Alex Alfaro at 182 (10-3).
In the loss to Yorkville Christian, Ashlyn Strenz at 113 (7-2), Aiden Linden at 152 (6-4) and Alfaro at 182 (3:13) won their matches.