Landen Miller rolled a 1,400 series Tuesday to win the individual title and lead the La Salle-Peru boys bowling team to the crown at the Interstate Eight Conference Tournament in DeKalb.

The Cavaliers racked up 7,413 pins to beat second-place Sycamore (7,304). The Cavs and Spartans were the only teams to finish above 7,000.

With the win, L-P also claims the season conference championship. Miller finished first in the season conference race as well with a 233 average.

Dylan Wyzgowski bowled a 1,330 series to place second in the conference tournament, while Kyle Jordan rolled a 1,208 to finished eight in the tournament. Wyzgowski was sixth and Jordan seventh in the overall season standings.


La Salle-Peru 2,944, Streator 2,640

Isabella Weber bowled a 554 series Tuesday to help the Lady Cavaliers to a non-conference victory in Peru.

Cassidy Antle contributed a 505 series for L-P.


Putnam County 44, Indian Creek 33

Molly Boyd scored 17 points Tuesday to help the Lady Panthers to a non-conference victory in Granville.

Chloe Linton added nine points for PC.

Winnebago 53, Mendota 41

Amellia Bromenschenkel scored 35 points to go along with 16 rebounds and five steals, but it wasn’t enough as the Lady Trojans dropped a Big Northern Conference game in Mendota.

Newman 50, Princeton 24

Mckenzie Hecht had six points, seven rebounds and four steals Tuesday as Princeton lost a Three Rivers Conference East Division game in Sterling.


Serena 64, Henry-Senachwine 53

Jake Miller and Ethan Condit scored 16 points each Tuesday as the Mallards came up short in a non-conference game in Serena.

Griffin Self added 14 points for Henry.

Roanoke-Benson 66, Fieldcrest 53

The Knights lost to the undefeated and Class 1A No. 1-ranked Rockets on Tuesday in a non-conference game in Roanoke.

Rockridge 73, Bureau Valley 21

Dalton Dean scored nine points Tuesday as the Storm fell in a Three Rivers Conference crossover in Edgington.

Eureka 79, Putnam County 50

The Panthers lost a non-conference game Tuesday in Eureka.

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