LOCKPORT – Jimmy Kontos rolled a 490 series, with a 255 game, to help Lockport’s boys bowlers to a 2,134-1,894 win over Lincoln-Way Central. Andrew Bean (458) and Evan Pleshar (449) were next-best for the Porters (8-3). Pleshar also had a 258 game.
Alex Nolan (435) led the Knights.
Gardner-South Wilmington 52, Tri-Point 42: Kaitlynn Kavanaugh (14 points), Kennedy Fair (11 points) and Abby Beck (nine points) led the Panthers (6-2, 2-0) in River Valley play.
Seneca 52, Dwight 30: Mel Stewart (10 points, eight rebounds), Rylee Farris (six points) and Danielle Carlson (six points) led the Trojans.
Joliet Catholic 37, Regina Dominican 28: The Angels built a 20-3 halftime lead in the East Suburban Catholic Conference/Girls Catholic Athletic Conference Showdown game. Jenna Hernandez (10 points), Jen Krizka (seven points, seven rebounds) and Kellen McLeod (six points) led JCA.
Minnesota State Mankato 13, Tarleton State 10: Minooka graduate Nate Gunn scored on a 13-yard run with 1:47 left to rally No. 1 Minnesota State Mankato from a 10-0 fourth-quarter deficit to get the win against No. 6 Tarleton State in Saturday’s NCAA Division II quarterfinal game. The come-from-behind win in whiteout conditions advances the 13-0 Mavericks to the 2 p.m. Saturday semifinal against 14-0 Ferris State. Gunn broke a 50 year MSU record by rushing the ball 50 times and finished with 261 yards. The 261-yard effort was his best total of the season. Gunn leads the team in rushing yards (1,578), touchdowns (21), points scored (126) and all-purpose yards (1,621).
Michigan 19-25-25-21-15, Pittsburgh 25-22-17-25-9: The No. 18 Wolverines (24-9) edged the No. 11 Panthers (30-2) to advance to the NCAA Division I Sweet 16, where they’ll play Texas on Friday in an NCAA Regional semifinal. MacKenzi Welsh, a Plainfield East graduate, handed out 47 assists, while adding seven kills and nine digs. A winner of three Big Ten Conference Setter of the Week awards, she leads UM with 1,228 assists.