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Amboy edged at home

Warrior wrestlers lose, Marcos win two on road

Justin Hart tossed in 19 points to lead the Amboy boys basketball team in a 62-53 home loss against conference foe Orangeville on Wednesday.

The Clippers also got 14 points apiece from Hunter Zimmerly and Mitchell McLaughlin.

Caden Getz led the Broncos with 20 points, and Carter Kleckler had 16.

On Tuesday, Amboy lost a 59-57, triple-overtime decision against Forreston. Hart poured in 27 points, and Zimmerly added 10.

Brandon Schneiderman led the Cardinals with 21 points, and Jaron Groshans added 17.

Girls basketball

Prophetstown 44, Kewanee 30: Courtney Pierceson had 21 points, two assists and two steals as the Prophets won a TRAC East tilt on the road.


Ottawa 58, Sterling 20: The Golden Warriors lost on the road to the Pirates at Kingman Gym.

Sterling won four bouts, two by major decisions and two via pinfall.

Cade Lyons needed just 1:34 to pin Brence Smith at 220 pounds, and 160-pounder Turner Garcia pinned Thor Rick in 3:53.

Brayden Porter (120) won by a 16-2 major decision, while Ethan Edmondson (152) earned a 14-5 major decision.

Marcos win twice: Polo took a pair of duals in Ashton, winning 48-30 against North Boone and 48-24 against the host Raiders.

Connor Eubanks (120), Austin Horn (132), Alex Davies (138), Kyle Blum (145) and Joel Ludwig (195) won bouts for Polo against North Boone. Marcus McKenna (160), Cole Faivre (170) and Mason McKenna (182) won bouts against AFC.

Winners for the Raiders against Polo were Sam Hahn (152), Colin Kaecker (195) and Jonah Awalt (285).

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