Princeton Logan’s Joshua Reinhardt takes a shot against Kewanee in Tuesday’s championship game of the Kaiser-Kesseler eighth-grade tournament at Pannebaker Gym. The Lions won 45-33.
A mixture of returning bowlers and youth will grace the two area high school bowling squads this winter. St. Bede Academy and Hall High School are the mirror opposites of each other as one’s girls squad has lots of experience and the other has experience on the boys side.
PERU — Ottawa Marquette Academy finally reached the win column Tuesday night with a 57-52 win over host St. Bede Academy.
At Ottawa: Host Ottawa downed the Hall Red Devils 3,223 to 3,010 in boys bowling at Town Lanes Tuesday. Kyle Barkley led Hall with a pair of high games of 220 in a 618 series. Other top bowlers for Hall were James Russell (501), Pete Mautino (493) and Hayden Nielsen.
Henry 77, Galva 32: The Mallards hit the Wildcats from all fronts to capture the championship of the Williamsfield Tournament Monday night. For Henry, even Guelde had 16 points, Jake Schlosser and Ryan Condit each scored 15 points, Kyle Henderson had 13 points and Nathan Helle had 12.
Daniela Pavlovich made her last shot a memorable one Monday night.
The St. Bede wrestling team notched their first win in Three Rivers Conference, defeating the Fulton Steamers 40-30 Tuesday.
LAMOILLE — The LaMoille/Ohio Lions pushed out to a very tentative 6-0 early lead Tuesday night against Streator Woodland, but it was the visiting Warriors who ultimately left town with a 59-49 non-conference victory.
At Brimfield: Sophomore center Hanna Bima poured in 22 points to lead St. Bede to a 51-34 win over Princeville in their final game of the Brimfield Thanksgiving Tournament. Kelsey Thompson (9) and Rally Mauck (7) combined for 16 points for the Lady Bruins, who finished 2-3 in tournament play.
MANLIUS — The Bureau Valley Storm made their best shot at the Hall Lady Devils Saturday at the Storm Cellar, scoring the first six points of the third quarter to cut a 15-point deficit to nine.
ORION — It took four games for the inexperienced Tigers to put together four good defensive quarters, but Saturday night in Orion they did just that, beating the Mercer County Eagles 61-45 in the final game of the Orion Tip-Off Classic.
STERLING — The Putnam County-Hall Wrestling Co-op team did it again. For the second year in a row, the Panthers won the 13-team Sterling Newman Tournament.
Hall finished out the Seneca Thanksgiving Tournament by defeating Reed-Custer 83-74 to take fifth place.
Hunter Culjan, 16, of Princeton, shows the buck he shot on the opening day of the shotgun season on Nov. 22. The 10-point buck weighed 213 pounds with an inside spread of 28 1/8 inches. The second season will be held Thursday through Sunday.
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