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Genoa-Kingston High School's Girls' Basketball Headlines

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G-K girls basketball team’s season ends

February 12, 2013 • Genoa-Kingston High School • 32 Views

The Genoa-Kingston girls basketball team’s season ended with a 51-18 loss to Richmond-Burton in the Class 3A Woodstock Regional quarterfinals. Andrea Strohamier and Kate Thurlby each had five points for the Cogs. “We had trouble putting the ba   More »

Cogs lose on road

February 11, 2013 • Genoa-Kingston High School • 25 Views

Genoa-Kingston fell, 39-33, at Harvard in the Cogs' final regular-season game of the year. Bria Foley had 12 points while Andrea Strohmaier led G-K with 16. The Cogs (2-24, 1-11 Big Northern Conference East Division) will play Richmond-Burton in Class 3A Woodstock Regional quarterfinals o   More »

Games at Harvard Cancelled

February 7, 2013 • Genoa-Kingston High School • 19 Views

Tonight's girls basketball games at Harvard have been cancelled due to the weather conditions. The games will be made up this Saturday, February 9th at Harvard with the freshmen game starting at noon, the sophomores at 1:15 and the varsity to follow at 2:30. Thank you.    More »

Girls Basketball Regional Information

February 4, 2013 • by Dirk Campbell • Genoa-Kingston High School • 37 Views

The Genoa-Kingston varsity girls basketball team will be competing in the Woodstock High School Regional Tournament beginning on Monday, February 11th. The address for Woodstock High School is 501 W. South Street in Woodstock. The complete tournament schedule is posted below. Good luck ladie   More »

Cogs fall

February 4, 2013 • Genoa-Kingston High School • 9 Views

Rockford Christian beat Genoa-Kingston, 39-32. Andrea Strohmaier led the Cogs (2-23, 1-10 Big Northern East) with 12 points. Brea Foley added six.    More »

G-K needs more consistency

February 1, 2013 • Genoa-Kingston High School • 23 Views

Genoa-Kingston coach Kyle Henkel has seen improvement in his team’s play throughout the season, particularly on the defensive side of the ball. Now, the challenge is putting together an entire game free of mental lapses. “We’re really trying to focus on the menta   More »

Girls Basketball Power Rankings

February 1, 2013 • Genoa-Kingston High School • 10 Views

1. DeKalb (21-3, 8-0 NI Big 12 East): The Barbs showed once again that they’re a cut above the rest of the area teams by beating Sycamore, 36-18, on Jan. 25. 2. Kaneland (12-10, 4-4 NI Big 12 East): The Knights need to fix their free-throw shooting to be a threat down the stretch.    More »

Cogs fall at Richmond

January 30, 2013 • Genoa-Kingston High School • 14 Views

Genoa-Kingston lost, 51-23, at Richmond-Burton. Kate Thurlby led the Cogs with eight points while Andrea Strohmaier had six points. The Cogs are 2-22 (1-9 Big Northern Conference East) and play Rockford Christian at home Friday on senior night.    More »

Marengo edges Genoa-Kingston

January 23, 2013 • Genoa-Kingston High School • 23 Views

The Cogs fell in another close Big Northern Conference East matchup, losing, 39-35, to Marengo at home. Bria Foley had 15 points to lead the Cogs, while Andrea Strohmaier had 14. “We kind of put ourselves in the hole,” G-K coach Kyle Henkel said. “We couldn&rsquo   More »

Girls Basketball Power Rankings

January 23, 2013 • Genoa-Kingston High School • 18 Views

POWER RANKINGS 1. DeKalb (17-3, 6-0 Northern Illinois Big 12 East Division) – The Barbs may not lose in conference. 2. Kaneland (12-7, 4-3 NI Big 12 East) – Kaneland beat Morris after losing an NI Big 12 East crossover to Ottawa. 3. Sycamore (8-7, 1-4    More »

Cogs fall

January 14, 2013 • Genoa-Kingston High School • 11 Views

Byron beat Genoa-Kingston, 57-27. Courtney Winters had eight points for the Cogs while Brea Foley finished with seven. G-K is now 2-17. "We did not bring enough effort, intensity, discipline that we have over the last couple games where we played well," Cogs coach Kyle Henkel said   More »

Girls basketball insider: G-K progressing

January 11, 2013 • by Dirk Campbell • Genoa-Kingston High School • 19 Views

For the fourth time in four years, Genoa-Kingston was forced to adjust to a new coach with Kyle Henkel at the helm this season. The Cogs had a rough start adjusting to a new system, but they’ve made progress. The Cogs are now playing opponents close, like   More »

Sycamore girls hoops pulls away from G-K

January 11, 2013 • Genoa-Kingston High School • 26 Views

SYCAMORE – Bailey Gilbert had 14 points and five steals for the Sycamore girls basketball team in a 43-25 win Thursday over Genoa-Kingston. Lauren Goff added eight points and five assists for the Spartans, while Paige Wogen finished with seven points. Bri   More »

Steady defense leads Indian Creek past Genoa-Kingston

January 7, 2013 • Genoa-Kingston High School • 25 Views

SHABBONA – Things were clicking for Indian Creek on both ends of the floor on Saturday night. The Timberwolves limited visiting Genoa-Kingston to 20 percent shooting and forced 20 turnovers, but the biggest key w   More »

Girls Basketball Power Rankings

January 7, 2013 • Genoa-Kingston High School • 24 Views

POWER RANKINGS 1. DeKalb (15-2, 4-0 Northern Illinois Big 12 East) The Barbs had a week of rest before a tough weekend slate against Rochelle and 2012 Class 3A champion Montini. 2. Kaneland (9-5, 2-2 NI Big 12 East) Kane   More »

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