Updated: December 12, 2012 10:41PM
Sycamore 60, Kaneland 46 — Matt Limbrunner had a game-high 19 points for the Knights while Dan Miller chipped in with nine.
St. Francis 73, Aurora Christian 73-49 — Jonathan Harrell had a double-double for Aurora Christian with 16 points and 11 rebounds.
Somonauk 47, Reed-Custer 40 — The Bobcats were led by Emily Clark’s 10 points, seven rebounds and four steals. Allison Humes had seven points, eight rebounds and three blocks.
Batavia 58, Glenbard East 28 — The Bulldogs improved to 7-3. Bethany Orman had a strong game with 10 points off the bench.
Oswego East 49, Plainfield North 41 — The Wolves improved to 3-5 overall behind LeRoyia Campbell’s 13 points and six rebounds while Brittany McWaine finished with nine points and seven rebounds.
Metea Valley 65, South Elgin 53 — Sophomore Nia Flowers paced the way for the Mustangs with 16 points and six assists.
Bartlett 43, Waubonsie Valley 36 — Kendall O’Sullivan finished with nine points for the Warriors.
Yorkville defeats Leyden and O’Fallon - Finishing 2-0 on the day for the Foxes were Tyler Burlington (106 pounds), Dan Cikauskas (113 pounds), Gunnar Hjorth (152 pounds), Bob Schillinger (182 pounds) and Tyler Caldwell (220 pounds).
East Aurora places eighth at 40th Mustang Invite – Placing third for the Tomcats were Raul Ochoha (113 pounds) and Frederico Diaz (heavyweight).
Oswego East finishes 1-2 at Glenbard East Quad – Zach Prinz went 3-0 on the day for the Wolves between 170-182 pounds while Andrew Chastain went 2-1 at 152 pounds.
Oswego places fourth at Strikefest – The Panthers were led by junior Cheyanne Valdez’s first place finish with a total of 1,296 total points.
Waubonsie Valley places sixth at Strikefest – Junior Julia Bonds placed third overall for the Warriors with a total of 1,267 points while junior Rachel Felton placed No. 13 overall with a total of 1,216 points.
Oswego East places eighth at Strikefest – Senior Poss Giselle placed sixth place for the Wolves with 1,261 points.
West Aurora places 21st at Strikefest – Freshman Jamie McCreedy paced the way for the Blackhawks by placing No. 27 overall.