The Harlem Huskies picked up their first NIC-10 win of the boys basketball season with a 48-45 win over the Bucs in Belvidere.
The win snapped a seven-game losing streak after Harlem had opened the year with solid wins over Johnsburg and Crystal Lake Central.
The victory was a welcome one since the Huskies had especially struggled for more than a week.

After taking Belvidere North down to the wire in 65-63 loss at North on December one, the Huskies had lost to Sterling by 18, Waubonsie Valley by 14 and Guilford by 28.
Harlem has two home games this week, Freeport on Wednesday and Auburn on Thursday.
Through nine games, not including the Belvidere win, Bo Beehler is leading the Huskies in scoring at 13.2 points per game and sophomore Mateo Perera is averaging 11.0. Mason Walsh is averaging 6.1 rebounds.
Coach Luke Tassoni said the team has been relying too much on outside shooting.
“We’re struggling to play from the inside out right now,” Tassoni said in an email. “We keep our kids informed about the stats every day, and those stats show that we score on just about 65% of our possessions where we have a paint touch. We have a formula to win more games, we just need it to start translating to the games and that is on us as coaches.”
The girls team is in a three-way tie for fourth after splitting its games this week.
The Huskies lost to Guilford, 43-27, but rallied to top Belvidere, 52-37, at home on Friday.
The Huskies at 3-2 in the NIC-10 trail Boylan and Guilford, which each has one loss, and everyone is chasing Hononegah. Harlem is tied with Belvidere and Auburn. The Huskies travel to Auburn this Friday.

Taelor Paulson had an outstanding week for Harlem. She was only effective scorer against Guilford, leading Harlem with 15 points and five rebounds. She produced a line of 21 points and seven rebounds in the win over Belvidere.
Haley Fulton added 13 points against Belvidere, while Alyssa Fulton had three assists and six assists.
Harlem girls bowling keeps tourney streak going
The Harlem girls bowling program had another big Saturday, recording a team score of 6,184 to take first at Strikefest at Joliet Town & Country Lanes.

Allison Roberts led Harlem with a fourth-place individual finish, recording a 1,296 over six games, with a high of 265. Ashlin Teves was right behind her with a 1,270, good for sixth place.
Since Nov. 24, Harlem has won the NIBPA Preason tournament, the Rock Island Invitational, the J-Hawk Invitational and Strikefest.
The boys team, which has started out hot in the NIC-10, winning all of its conference matches, finished third in the Guilford Invitational.
Harlem wrestling impresses in Hoffman Estates

The Huskies won one individual championship and two other wrestlers finished second as Harlem took second in the Mickey Marchese Memorial Tournament on Saturday.
Myles Babcock won the 132-pound title with a 4-2 win over Andrew Mohr of Cary-Grove. Justin Lewis and Marshal Cunz claimed second at 106 and 152 pounds.

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