Indian Creek TimberwolvesIndian Creek High School • 506 S. Shabbona Rd., Shabbona, IL 60550 • Phone: 815-824-2199
Colors: Red/Black • Conference: Little Ten • Stadium name: Waterman Junior High Field • Enrollment: 261
Directions: Take IL-23 S, turn right at US-30 W, turn left at Shabbona Rd.
SHABBONA – Samantha Mosley is one of only two seniors on the Indian Creek girls basketball team, but she refused to say youth or inexperience were reasons for Tuesday’s 68-47 loss to Morris.
The Indian Creek girls basketball team defeated Leland-Earlville, 65-45, on Monday night to remain undefeated in the Little Ten Conference.
Rudy Lopez had a season-high 21 points for the DeKalb boys basketball team on Saturday, but it wasn't enough in a 59-52 loss to Peoria Richwoods.
Kaneland defeated Sycamore, 33-29, in a Northern Illinois Big 12 East wrestling dual meet Thursday at Northern Illinois’ Convocation Center in DeKalb.
Drew David, Kaneland, sr., PG
Kaneland at Sycamore
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Madelyne Johnson had 17 points and 10 rebounds for DeKalb girls basketball in a 40-34 win over Oswego at the Lady Warhawk Tournament. Brittney Patrick added 13 points and five assists for the Barbs, who improved to 4-1 on the season.
BATAVIA – The Kaneland boys basketball team rallied to beat Batavia, 81-74, in overtime on Wednesday at the Windmill City Classic.
The Genoa-Kingston boys basketball team won its opening game of the season with a 50-35 win over Morrison on Monday in its first matchup of the Oregon tournament.
Genoa-Kingston girls basketball split a pair of games and finished in second place at the Harvard tournament on Saturday.
The DeKalb-Sycamore co-op swim team saw its season end in the preliminary round of the IHSA state swimming finals at New Trier High School on Friday.
The Sycamore girls basketball team won its season opener Thursday night, defeating Crystal Lake Central, 59-30, at the Burlington Central Tournament.
The DeKalb girls basketball team won a tough road game against Harlem, 52-44, to open up its season Tuesday night.
GENOA – Indian Creek girls basketball coach Paul Muchmore wasn’t surprised Genoa-Kingston focused on sophomore Josie Diehl in Monday’s 51-36 win – Muchmore said he’d do the same thing if he were the opposition.