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By on February 6, 2014

Delayed NIB-12 gathering has KHS bowling 10th

STREATOR, Ill.—It took only a week to get going, but the Northern Illinois Big XII Conference meet took place on Monday at Dixon Plum Hollow Lanes.

The meet, hosted by exiting conference outfit Streator, ended with Morris in first place after an output of 7,230 pins. Departing Dixon was second with a tally of 6,485, followed by the hosts at 6,167.

Ottawa was fourth from the West division at 6,091.

LaSalle-Peru, DeKalb, Rochelle, Sycamore and Sterling filled out the rest of the order.

Morris’ Jessica Winter, at 1,291, was top in the individual category, while Dixon’s Emily Quaco was second at 1,264.

While Kaneland was stuck with bringing up the rear in the 10-team field with a total pin collection of 5,115, there were some bright spots.

[st_callout title="So close .." button_text="Full NIB-12 Results" link="http://nibig12.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/NIB12-2013-14-Varsity-Tournament.xls"]Kaneland junior Dominique Lee was 82 pins away from entering the conference’s top 15 list for high six-game series on Monday.[/st_callout]

“Dominique Lee had a nice 228 game for us at the tournament,” KHS coach Jim McKnight said. “It was amazing how Morris absolutely ran away from the field. They really were in a different league, you might say.”

With a 228 as her high game, Lee, a junior, ranked 15th in the conference high-game category.

The Kaneland totals included Lee followed by senior anchor Christie Crews, junior Rena Wojciechowski with an 888 afternoon, freshman Grace Lindgren at 851, junior Katy Hill at 825 and senior Michelle Bohanek at 662.

Kaneland’s regular season was scheduled to come to an end on Wednesday in Lisle, Ill., against the Interstate Eight Conference entry Lions in a road contest.

About Mike Slodki

Mike Slodki is a sports reporter for the Elburn Herald. You can reach him at MSlodki@elburnherald.com.

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