Downers Grove Beats Kenwood 67-47 In Super Sectionals

Downers Grove

Simeon defeated Hillcrest 67-46 in the Super Sectionals adding another championship to Coach Rob’s accolades. The game took place March 6th at UIC at 5:30 and from the start the game was already pre-determined. Simeon was on top the whole game and are now on the road to state. Simeon is lead by Miles and Wesley Rubin along with Jacksonville commit Jalen Griffith. Simeon has so much potential to go all the way and I wish them nothing but the best.

Chicago Bulls players Dalen Terry, DeMar DeRozen, Patrick Williams, and George Wolkow were among the attendees taking in the IHSA Super Sectionals.

Next up was Kenwood vs. Downers Grove North. Kenwood was the favorite for this game ranking No. 3 in Illinois while Downers Grove was ranked No. 6. Dai Dai Ames also known as Darrin Ames was the key player to watch, ranking No. 2 in Illinois and 65 in the nation. The game had such high intentions that the Chicago Bulls George Wolkow, Damar DeRozen, Dalen Terry and Patrick Williams showed up. Downers Grove started out strong. They finished the first quarter 22-11 and didn’t take their foot off the gas. Jack Stanton, number 21 on Downers Grove, finished with 19 points. Jack hit five threes in the game along with three assists and three steals. George Wolkow was also a key player for Downers Grove finishing with 12 points and 10 rebounds. On the Kenwood side, Tyler Smith put up 17 points, six rebounds and four steals to help Kenwood, but that wasn’t enough being that he was the only player to score in double digits. Ames shot 2-7 and finished with five points and three rebounds. Downers Grove ended up beating Kenwood 67-47.


By Christopher Lockridge

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