Marengo's Justin Fluger became the first boys bowler in school history to record a perfect game on Dec. 14 at Kingston Lanes in Woodstock. The Indians junior was voted the Northwest Herald Athlete of the Week by readers.
Harvard's Logan Jacobs had personal bests with a match-high series and match-high game in the team's first boys bowling dual in school history. The Hornets standout was voted Northwest Herald Athlete of the Week by readers.
Richmond-Burton's Eleni Gewalt will add two state medals to her collection and Cary-Grove's Maggie Bendell will take hold of her first after each qualified for Saturday's IHSA Girls Swimming and Diving State Meet finals at the FMC Natatorium in Westmont.
McHenry's River Glab led the Warriors to a 2,507-1,951 boys bowling dual win over Harvard on Wednesday. It was Harvard's first bowling meet in school history, with the Hornets' Logan Jacobs scoring both the match-high series (489) and match-high game (198).
Jennifer Heinberg contributed a game-high 21 points Tuesday night as the Marengo girls basketball team clinched its third straight Kishwaukee River Conference championship with a 50-26 victory over Woodstock North in Marengo.
Elana Wells had 12 points, four rebounds and five steals, leading top-seeded Burlington Central to a 42-24 win on its home court over No. 8 McHenry in the Fox Valley Conference Girls Basketball Tournament on Monday night.
Hampshire senior Kelby Bannerman returned to action for the first time Friday night since suffering a high ankle sprain during the Whip-Purs’ second game of the season on Feb. 12 to score 10 points in a 47-26 FVC win over Crystal Lake South in Hampshire.
Ben Gaddini, Jake Nielsen and Justin Gritmacker each scored 11 points, and Alden-Hebron’s boys basketball team defeated visiting Our Lady of Sacred Heart Academy, 55-27, in Northeastern Athletic Conference action Thursday night.