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12/12/2012 11:10:00 AM
Roundup: LaMoille-Ohio earns first win


NT Sports Staff




The LaMoille-Ohio boys basketball team topped Ashton-Franklin Center 68-60 Tuesday night in Ashton to claim its first win of the 2012-13 campaign.

Brandon Morris led L-O with 21 points. Julian Gonzaelz added 17 points, while Anthony Lovgren had 15 and Garrett Geuther 10 in a balanced effort for the co-op.
The Lions trailed 31-26 at halftime before outscoring A-FC 42-29 over the final two quarters.

“I’m very proud of our kids. This team beat us by 20 earlier in the year,” LaMoille-Ohio coach Brent Kalsto said. “A-FC jumped out to a 20-10 lead after the first quarter but we fought back. Our kids played great.”

Henry 62, Annawan 56
Nathan Helle led the Mallards with 22 points and Kyle Henderson added 21 points of his own to help lead Henry to a non-conference win Tuesday over the Braves in Annawan.

Henry outscored Annawan 13-4 in the pivotal second quarter to take a 30-19 lead into intermission and held off the Braves in the second half.

Leland-Earlville 59, Lowpoint-Washburn 47
Andrew Walsh scored 20 points Tuesday to help the Panthers to a non-conference win in Earlville.

Colin Bomstad added 12 points for L-E (2-8).

Chillicothe IVC 59, Ottawa 44
J.D. Bryant scored a team-high 13 points Tuesday as the Pirates fell in a non-conference road game.

Ottawa (4-3) trailed 23-14 at halftime.

Seneca 39, Princeton 32
Cole Evenson led the Tigers with 10 points Tuesday, but it was not enough as they fell to the Fighting Irish in a non-conference defensive battle in Princeton.

Paw Paw 83, DePue 55
The Little Giants fell behind 28-15 after the first quarter Tuesday and couldn’t keep pace as they fell to the Bulldogs in non-conference action in DePue.

Isaac Reyes led the Little Giants with 16 points. Jesse Lopez added 11 points and Austin Zimmer had 10.

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Sterling 55, Ottawa 52
The Lady Pirates led 42-40 to start the fourth quarter Tuesday but came up short in the final eight minutes in the Northern Illinois Big 12 Conference West Division loss on the road.

Jasmine Bailey hit seven 3-pointers en route to 23 points, while Jaleesa Kindred added 12 points for Ottawa (5-4, 2-1 NIB 12 West).

IMSA 45, Earlville-Leland 33
The Lady Red Raiders came up short Tuesday against the Illinois Math and Science Academy.

Junior Julie Musich led E-L (1-8) with 13 points.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
IVCC 95, Wright College 41
Arnisha Thomas had a team-high 21 points Tuesday as the Lady Eagles flew past Wright College in Chicago.

Three other IVCC players landed in double-digit scoring. Brytney Bennett had 15 points for IVCC (12-2), while Ottawa graduate Asya Williams  added 13 and Princeton alumna C.J. Rhodes had 10.

The Lady Eagles are currently ranked No. 12 in the nation.

BOYS BOWLING
Oregon 3,391, Mendota 3,210
Michael Rosalez led the Trojans with a 216 high game and 620 series Tuesday, but it wasn’t enough as they fell in Big Northern Conference West Division action in Mt. Morris.

GIRLS BOWLING
Mendota 2,541, Oregon 2,281
The Lady Trojans rolled past Big Northern Conference West Division foe Oregon led by a match-best 503 series from Michaela DeLong on Tuesday in Mt. Morris.












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