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Sycamore senior Leah Benson won beam and took second in the all-around to lead DeKalb-Sycamore to the regional title at Wheaton Warrenville South Monday while Wheaton Warrenville co-op junior Haylie Hinckley was the all-around champ.
DeKalb rallied from an 11-point halftime deficit before falling to visiting Naperville North, plus results from Indian Creek and Hinckley-Big Rock girls basketball in Monday's Daily Chronicle sports roundup.
The DeKalb boys basketball team hosted fellow DuPage Valley Conference member Naperville North Monday night.
Kaneland won three dual wrestling matches Saturday, and more in the Daily Chronicle's Saturday high school sports roundup.
The DeKalb Barbs jumped out to an early lead over the Sycamore Spartans to win the FNBO Challenge at the Convocation Center on Friday night, 67-41.
The Sycamore girls made history Friday in a 55-12 win over DeKalb, their 15th straight win over the Barbs and ninth straight against their rivals at NIU.
DeKalb is searching for its first three-game winning streak since December when it takes on Sycamore Friday in the annual rivalry game. Sycamore's Ethan Franklin will be coaching in the game for the first time after playing in it twice
The DeKalb and Sycamore girls basketball teams renewed their rivalry during this years edition of the First National Challenge at the Convocation Center at Northern Illinois University.
The DeKalb and Sycamore boys basketball teams got together Friday for the annual First National Challenge game in the Convocation Center at Northern Illinois University.
A big fourth quarter and an equally big night from Isabella Turner led the Timberwolves to a 44-38 win over Hiawatha in a Little Ten Conference contest Thursday night.
Sycamore is surging heading into its rivalry game against DeKalb on Friday at the NIU Convocation Center, while the Barbs look to make a statement with a win.
Eric Rosenow sunk two free-throws that proved to be the difference for DeKalb in a 64-63 win at Kaneland on Tuesday. Gevon Grant scored 25 for the Knights and Darrell Island scored 24 for the Barbs.
The Kaneland boys basketball team welcomed DeKalb Tuesday night for a nonconference meeting on the hardwood.
Harvest Day had a big game to power Dixon to a win over DeKalb, which was powered by 29 points off the bench by Ariana Smith and Brytasia Long.
The Dixon girls basketball team traveled to DeKalb Monday night to take on the Barbs.