The Dixon Dukes defeated Oregon 45-33 in a dual meet Tuesday night at the Blackhawk Center, while the Hawks defeated Winnebago 45-18 in another dual.
Dixon got pins from Jayce Kastner (152 pounds), Brody Potter (182), Mitchell White (195) and Justin Dallas (220), while Steven Kitzman (170) added a 3-1 decision. The Dukes also received three forfeits.
Preston LaBay (113), Ethan Mowry (120), Anthony Bauer (145) and Evan Flaharty (285) won by pin for Oregon, while Gabe Eckerd (160) added a 6-4 decision, and Seth Stevens (138) won via injury default.
Against Winnebago, LaBay was the lone winner of a contested match for the Hawks, taking a 7-5 decision at 113. Oregon also received seven forfeits.
Panthers sweep in Princeton: Erie-Prophetstown defeated Riverdale 48-35 and edged out host Princeton 42-39 in a Three Rivers triangular.
Trevor Dennison (138 pounds) and Luke Otten (182) both won first-period pins against the Rams, and the Panthers also received six forfeits. Wyatt Goossens (113) and Parker Rangel (126) won by pin against the Tigers, and E-P won thanks in part to five Princeton forfeits.
Milledgeville 55, Amboy 40: The Missiles led 11-3 after the first quarter and held on from there, pulling away for the NUIC South road win by outscoring the Clippers 15-6 in the fourth quarter.
Connor Nye scored 14 points to lead Milledgeville (12-5, 2-1), with Kieren Harris and Kacen Johnson adding 10 points apiece, and Izaac Toms-Smith chipping in nine for the Missiles, who led 23-18 at halftime and 40-34 through three quarters.
Tucker Lindenmeyer had 13 points to pace Amboy, with Conner Simpson and Brennan Blaine adding eight points each, and Ian Eller scoring seven.
Eastland 65, AFC 39: The Cougars led 29-10 after the opening quarter, then stretched the lead to 44-15 by halftime in an NUIC South win in Ashton.
Carsen Heeren led Eastland with 19 points, Max McCullough scored 11, and Kellen Henze had 10, as nine different Cougars scored.
Carson Rueff and Zane Murphy scored 11 points apiece for the Raiders.
Sherrard 60, Morrison 38: The Mustangs trailed just 25-21 at halftime, but were outscored 20-7 in the third quarter of a Three Rivers West loss at home.
Andre McQueen had 12 points, and Trey Strating scored 10 for Morrison.
Tucker Thieme and Holland Anderson both finished with 15 points for Sherrard, and Jaylon Shelby added 13.
Faith Christian 63, Quad Cities Christian 33: The Falcons rolled to an NICC victory, as 11 different players scored.
Isaiah Schuler had 15 points, three rebounds and two assists, Collin Kibble added 14 points and two blocks, and Nathan Hodson finished with 12 points and two assists for Faith Christian. Evan Fassler finished with four points, three rebounds, two assists and two steals, and Brendan Peterson added four points, five rebounds and three blocks. Levi Schuler had nine rebounds, three steals and three assists, and Caleb Rydzinski chipped in five rebounds and four assists.
Prince of Peace 59, West Carroll 52, OT: The Thunder led by five in the fourth quarter, but couldn’t hold off a late charge after five players fouled out late.
Kylie Hill had 28 points, seven rebounds, six steals and three assists to lead West Carroll, which was outscored 10-3 in overtime after a close game all the way through regulation. Tori Moshure had nine points, 10 rebounds, five assists and four steals, Cora Collins finished with six points, six rebounds, three steals and three blocks, Caitlyn Stingley added six points, four rebounds and two steals, and Kendal Asay chipped in three points, five rebounds and three blocks.
Faith Christian 46, Quad Cities Christian 45: The Falcons pulled out a close NICC victory, led by a pair of double-doubles.
Gwen Hodson had 22 points, 17 rebounds and two steals for Faith Christian, and Rachel Barrett finished with 18 points, 10 rebounds and five steals.
Oregon 2,363, Erie-Prophetstown 1,899: The Hawks picked up a nonconference win in a 5-on-5 dual against the Panthers at Town & Country Lanes in Mt Morris.
Ava Wight opened her dual-high 567 series with a 212 first game to lead Oregon (9-4). Kendra Ehrler (478), Trinity Hultquist (451), Mackenzie Alford (438) and Paige Beauchem (429) also bowled for the Hawks.
Mysti Moody led E-P with a 414 series, with Khloee Rangel (394), Hannah Neumiller (391), Naudia Riteman (371) and Phoebe DeNeve (329) rounding out the Panthers’ lineup.