TUESDAY ROUNDUP: Ottawa bowlers win on Senior Night

TUESDAY ROUNDUP: Ottawa bowlers win on Senior Night


Ottawa 3,400, Rochelle 2,854

OTTAWA – At Dettore’s Downtown Lanes, Zander Parise rolled a 638 series to lead the Pirates on Senior Night. Anthony Walter added 614 pins, and Ty Trovero rolled Ottawa’s best game with a 244 as part of a 595 series. Jordan Goff contributed a 230 game for Ottawa.

Ottawa also won the JV contest, led by Colin Sheridan’s 447 pins. Truman Lane added a 168 game for the Corsairs.


Ottawa 54, Morris 29

OTTAWA – Angelique Cowan poured in 15 points and Sloan Gayan added 14 points for the Lady Pirates (13-4, 4-1).


Serena 65, Henry-Senachwine 50

HENRY – Jakob Setchell went off for 28 points for Serena (8-9). Connor Baker added 10 points, seven rebounds and six assists in the victory.

Norsemen hold off Irish

Streator gets overtime win


La Salle-Peru/Ottawa 132, Morris 51

MORRIS – The Cavaliers won every swimming event, led by two wins each from Ottawa swimmers Joe Ovanic and Ryan Nelson, and from L-P swimmer Jacob Pocivasek.

Ovanic won the 100 butterfly (1:02.09) and the 100 backstroke (1:06.22), Nelson took the 200 freestyle (2:16.33) and 400 freestyle (4:49.74), and Pocivasek was first in the 200 Individual Medley (2:22.68) and the 100 freestyle (56.19).

Ottawa swimmer Zach Nelson was first to the wall in the 100 breaststroke (1:12.59), and L-P swimmer Luke Mertes won the 50 freestyle (27.03).

Mertes, Zach Nelson, Ovanic and Pocivasek teamed to win the 200 medley relay (1:57.63) and the 200 freestyle relay (1:47.47), while the grouping of Nolan Perry, Kyle Szewczuk, Ryan Nelson and Jake Ovanic won the 400 freestyle relay (4:17.66).


Shepherd 40, Peru Parkside 24

UNDATED – In the Starved Rock Conference Tournament semifinals, Dillan Quatrano led the Rams (16-3) with 14 points and six steals. Levi Sheehan added seven points and Ryan Chamberlain contributed seven points. Shepherd will play Mendota for the tournament title Thursday.


Danville 59, IVCC 51

OGLESBY – La Salle-Peru graduate Lexi Marx led the Eagles (8-7) with 10 points. Marquette alum Maddie Dougherty and Kewanee grad Rachael Moraski each tallied eight points in the loss.