Brooke Bailey scored 22 points to lead the Dixon girls basketball team to a 47-38 win Saturday at Kewanee.
Maggie Bushman added eight points and Tyler Smith seven for Dixon (6-4), which also got six points and 10 rebounds from Carly Hartle.
Rock Falls 44, St. Bede 30: The Rockets improved to 5-5 on the season with a nonconference win in Peru.
Sterling loses two: Sterling dropped a pair of games in the Sterling Shootout, 44-43 to Moline and 68-26 against Montini. Both contests were at Sauk Valley Community College.
Kiarra Harris had 17 points and Kaitlyn Bauer added 12 for the Warriors (7-4) against Moline. Kristen Bozickivic led the Maroons with 14 points.
Against Montini, Harris finished with 15 points. Kelly Karlis had 14 points for the Broncos.
The event wraps up next Saturday with six games at Musgrove Fieldhouse.
LaMoille-Ohio 42, AFC 39: The Raiders saw a 30-27 lead heading into the fourth quarter slip away to the Lions in Ohio.
Lauren Meurer scored eight points, while Hope Friday and Allison Prestegaard added seven apiece for AFC (8-2).
Pearl City Tournament
River Ridge-Scales Mound 54, Fulton 26: The Steamers' offense never got rolling against the Hornets in their first game of the Pearl City Tournament.
Camerin Huizenga had nine points for Fulton (1-7).
Dixon third, Sterling fifth at UT Invite: Emily Quaco rolled an 1,135 six-game series and teammate Katlyn Bay an 1,129 to lead Dixon to a third-place finish at the seven-team United Township Invite in East Moline.
Sterling's Destinee Howard had the third-highest game (256), third-highest three-game series (677) and third-highest six-game series (1,222) to help the Warriors finish fifth. Teammate Magan Tintori had an 1,183 six-game series.
Oregon takes third at L-P Invite: Freshman Abigail Scheidecker rolled a 1,118 six-game series to finish third and help the Hawks do the same at the LaSalle-Peru Invitational.
Fellow freshmen Alyson Scheidecker (seventh, 1,007) and Victoria Barnhart (ninth, 985) also helped Oregon's cause.
Brooke Bailey, Dixon basketball, 22 points
Destinee Howard, Sterling bowling, 1,222 six-game series
Abigail Scheidecker, Oregon bowling, 1,118 six-game series