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Basketball

Prep Roundup: St. Charles North boys basketball swats Streamwood

ST. CHARLES – The St. Charles North boys basketball team cruised past visiting Streamwood, 70-41, on Thursday in its Upstate Eight Conference River Division and home opener.

North (4-1, 1-0) easily rebounded from its lone defeat of the season to date, Saturday’s St. Charles East Ron Johnson Thanksgiving Tournament final against St. Joseph.

The North Stars, who are set to host East at 6 p.m. Saturday in the nightcap of a girls/boys doubleheader, have had double-digit wins in three of their four victories

Aurora Christian Tournament – Aurora Christian 67, Montini 56: Aurora Christian improved to 3-0 behind a balanced offense that saw six Eagles score nine points or more. Wes Wolfe and Zack Singer led the way with 13 points, while Johnathan Harrell contributed seven assists.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Aurora Central Catholic 39, Ottawa Marquette 28: At Ottawa, ACC (4-2) snapped a shooting slump that plagued it for much of the nonconference game with a strong fourth quarter, pulling away behind an 18-5 spurt in the final period.

Kalie Soris tallied 13 points to pace the Chargers, while Natalie Droeske and Veronica Lavia added nine points apiece.

Rosary 66, Guerin 28: At River Grove, Rosary rolled behind Megan Conlin (20 points) and Rachel Choice (six steals). The Royals finished 20 for 24 from the free-throw line.

GIRLS BOWLING
Dixon 2,826, Kaneland 2,362:
At Mardi Gras Lanes in DeKalb, Michelle Bohanek (429 series) and Dominique Lee (422) helped keep Kaneland close.

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