Created:Wednesday, November 28, 2012 12:24 a.m.CDT
Updated:Wednesday, November 28, 2012 12:30 a.m.CDT

ROUNDUP: Bailey’s 710 leads Indians

MARENGO – Dominique Bailey didn’t just have the best game of the night, she had the first-, second- and third-best games Tuesday for Marengo’s girls bowling team.

The sophomore bowled games of 246, 236 and 228 en route to the high series (710) as Marengo flew past Rockford Lutheran, 3,223-2,419, in Big Northern Conference action.

Senior Kelly Krenzelok (584) and sophomores Susan Anthony (564) and Megan Hanelt (511) also knocked down more than 500 pins to keep the Indians (4-0 overall, 2-0 BNC) undefeated.


Grayslake North 48, Hampshire 40: At Hampshire, Jenny Dumoulin amassed 20 points to lead all scorers, but the Knights rained down seven 3-pointers en route to the FVC Fox Division win. Tricia Dumoulin added seven points for the Whips (0-6, 0-1).

South Elgin 57, Jacobs 36: At Alqonquin, Lauren Grady paced the Golden Eagles (0-6) with 13 points on six buckets, and Jennifer Barnec added seven points.

Grant 48, Dundee-Crown 46: At Fox Lake, Jordan Bartelt sunk five field goals from beyond the arc en route to 17 points, and Lauren Lococo added 11 in the nonconference loss for D-C (0-4).

Winnebago 45, Marengo 43 (OT): At Winnebago, the Indians led by five points at the end of three quarters, but Winnebago outscored them, 18-13, in the fourth to force overtime, where they handed Marengo a nonconference loss.

Jessica Villie paced the Indians (1-5) with a game-high 21 points, and Sabrina Marsh added six.

Alden-Hebron 55, Berean Baptist 40: At Hebron, Jacqueline Walters knocked down four 3-pointers to pace the Giants with 22 points in the nonconference win. Gabrielle Peterson added 14, and Sparkle Lagerhausen added seven for A-H (4-1).


Alden-Hebron 67, Berean Baptist 58: At Hebron, Ian Johnson and Hunter Ogle both scored 16 points, and Cody Nelson (14), Bryce Lawlor (11) and Chip McKay (10) joined them in double figures to earn a nonconference victory for the Giants (2-3), which trailed, 30-25, at halftime.

• Chris Burrows contributed to this report.