The Streator High School boys basketball team outscored DeKalb 32-19 in the fourth quarter and overtime to turn a 58-50 deficit into an 82-79 nonconference victory Saturday at Streator.
The Bulldogs (2-8) finished 5-of-6 from the free-throw line in overtime and held DeKalb's Kyle Waller, who had 29 points at the end of regulation, scoreless in the extra frame.
Brooks Martin led Streator with 24 points and six 3-pointers, while Brandon Van Duzer added 18 points. The two scored 15 of the Bulldogs' 21 fourth-quarter points. Mitch Uratchko added 16 and Sean Ramon tallied 12.
At St. Joseph
PBL 78, Armstrong-Potomac 61: Jon Wallace's 21 points led four Panthers in double figures as PBL earned the victory in the first game of the St. Joseph-Ogden Leader Classic.
Wallace scored 11 of his points in the second quarter as the Panthers turned a 12-11 first-quarter deficit into a 32-23 halftime lead. Kendall Cox and Travis Enghausen added eight apiece in the third quarter as PBL pushed its advantage to 54-39, while Tyler Overstreet helped seal the win with a nine-point fourth quarter.
Cox and Overstreet each finished with 16, with Enghausen totaling 13. Justin Cessna led Armstrong-Potomac with 25 points, including seven three-point baskets.