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Basketball

Prep roundup: Sycamore, DeKalb boys bowling seasons end; G-K, Sycamore dance make state; DeKalb boys split

The season came to end for both the Sycamore and DeKalb bowling teams on Saturday at the Rockford Jefferson Sectional.

The Barbs rolled a 5,644 while the Spartans posted a 5,489. The final qualifying score belonged to sixth-place Lake Zurich with a 5,846.

Logan Zarek rolled a 1,213 to lead the Barbs while Nicklaus Eberly shot a 1,165. For Sycamore, Christian Lanan led the Spartans with a 1,145.

The final individual qualifying score was a 1,315 by Miles Pletcher of Grayslake Central.

PREP DANCE

Genoa-Kingston wins sectional: The Cogs posted an 82.4 to win the Class 1A Huntley Sectional by more than half a point of Aurora Central Catholic.

In the 2A Huntley sectional, Sycamore posted an 87.53 to qualify for state, almost three points behind champ Lake Zurich. DeKalb took eighth with 77.93, three points behind Cary-Grove in the final qualifying spot.

The state tournament for both classes is Friday and Saturday in Bloomington.

BOYS BASKETBALL

DeKalb splits at Hononegah: The Barbs beat Boylan, 57-44, but lost to Normal West, 48-45

In the win over Boylan, Kyler scored 17, Jordan Williams 13 and Blake Williams 11.

Against Normal West, the Barbs missed a 5-footer with 4.8 seconds left down 46-45. Jordan Williams led the Barbs with 11.

DeKalb face Normal Community at 12:30 p.m. Monday at Hononegah, followed by the hosts at 6:30 p.m.

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