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ROUNDUP: Two 700 series spark Indians to win

CREST HILL — Two series above 700 sparked Minooka to a 3,113-2,830 win over host Joliet Central in varsity boys bowling Thursday at Crest Hill Lanes.

Kyle Kurte led the Indians (1-1) with a 740 series and a high game of 269. Zach Segatto's 715 series included a high game of 257.

Chris Dombrowsky bowled a 638 with a high game of 353 to lead Minooka in a 2,763-1,802 junior varsity victory.


GRADE SCHOOL BASKETBALL
Minooka 41,
Coal City 20


MINOOKA — Brooklyn Bachmann scored 15 points and Hailey Arlis added 12 for the Indians (14-0) in the eighth-grade girls Illinois Valley Conference East championship Thursday.


GSW 34,
Seneca 29


ELWOOD — Sydney Perkins and Jenni Price scored 9 points each for Gardner-South Wilmington Thursday in the eighth-grade Illinois Valley Conference West championship.

Paige Hacker's 14 points were high for Seneca (12-5), and Eva Bruno added 4.

Seneca advanced to the championship with a 48-20 win over Dwight on Tuesday. Hacker scored 14 points for the Lady Raiders.


SEVENTH GRADE
Seneca 28,
Elwood 16


Behind 11 points from Eve Odum, Seneca (10-7) won Wednesday in the IVC West semifinals at Saratoga in Morris.


BOYS BASKETBALL
Elwood 28,
Coal City 27

COAL CITY — Ty Hakey scored 9 points and Kyle Cowherd 8, but the Warriors (0-3) lost Thursday in their eighth-grade home opener.

Christian Johnson led Coal City with 5 points Tuesday in a 32-17 loss to Bourbonnais. The Warriors were defeated Monday by Dwight, 39-28, in their season opener. Zack Nolan's 8 points were a Coal City high.


GSW 45,
Ransom 43, OT


GARDNER — Austin Kavanaugh's 29 points paced the Gardner-South Wilmington eighth-graders. Kavanaugh also led GSW with 14 points in a 41-13 win over Braceville.

GSW's seventh-graders lost 32-13 to Ransom despite Ethan Haywood scoring 5 points but won 29-20 over Braceville behind Kal Kociss' 12 points.

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