Tuesday February 12th Local Sports

MASON CITY — There were some postponements due to the weather forecast last night

== The Mason City High girls basketball games against Des Moines North are scheduled to be made up on Thursday with JV at 4:00 and varsity at 5:30.

== The Mason City boys basketball games against Charles City are scheduled to be made up on Thursday as well

 

BRITT — Clear Lake had five players score in double figures as the top-ranked team in 3A beat West Hancock 86-66 last night in a non-conference basketball game in Britt, as you heard on AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB. Drew Enke 17, Tate Storbeck 16, Kody Kearns had 11 while Jaylen DeVries and Andrew Formanek each had 10 for Clear Lake, as the Lions improve to 19-0 on the season. Clear Lake is scheduled to play Algona tonight weather permitting. West Hancock was led by Gavin Becker who had 18, as the Eagles finish the regular season at 9-12 and will face Central Springs in a 1A district quarterfinal Thursday night at Newman.

 

 

NEW HAMPTON — There was one Class 2A district basketball game that did get played last night as Osage beat North Fayette Valley 67-37 in New Hampton. Osage is scheduled to play at Crestwood on Thursday night in a district semifinal. The other quarterfinal game in that district, Waukon versus New Hampton, was postponed until tonight.

 

 

DES MOINES — AP boys basketball poll

Class 4A
Record Pts Prv
1. North Scott, Eldridge (9) 18-0 98 1
2. Waukee (1) 18-1 84 3
3. Bettendorf 17-1 77 2
4. Iowa City, West 13-3 67 4
5. Dubuque, Senior 14-2 66 6
6. Sioux City, East 17-1 48 7
7. Cedar Falls 14-3 29 5
8. Prairie, Cedar Rapids 14-3 20 10
8. Valley, West Des Moines 16-4 20 9
10. Davenport, Central 14-4 12 8

Others receiving votes: Ames 11. Des Moines, North 5. Sioux City, West 5. Linn-Mar, Marion 4. Indianola 4.

 

 

Class 3A
Record Pts Prv
1. Clear Lake (8) 18-0 91 1
2. Sergeant Bluff-Luton (1) 16-3 85 4
3. Pella (1) 15-4 76 5
4. Norwalk 16-4 59 2
5. Maquoketa 17-2 57 3
6. Oskaloosa 12-5 42 NR
7. Fairfield 15-3 38 7
8. Carroll 16-3 36 9
9. Denison-Schleswig 15-4 33 10
10. Gilbert 15-4 14 NR

Others receiving votes: Glenwood 8. West Delaware, Manchester 5. Spencer 4. Marion 1. Xavier, Cedar Rapids 1.

 

 

Class 2A
Record Pts Prv
1. North Linn, Troy Mills (10) 20-0 100 1
2. West Sioux, Hawarden 20-0 78 3
3. South Hamilton, Jewell 18-1 74 4
4. South Central Calhoun 20-1 62 5
5. Boyden-Hull 19-2 49 2
6. Van Meter 18-2 46 6
7. Dike-New Hartford 18-1 37 9
8. Regina, Iowa City 17-2 22 NR
(tie) Treynor 18-3 22 7
10. Camanche 18-3 21 8

Others receiving votes: Pella Christian 20. Woodward-Granger 5. Mediapolis 4. Mount Ayr 3. Sioux Center 3. Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 2. Forest City 1. OA-BCIG 1.

 

 

Class 1A
Record Pts Prv
1. Grand View Christian (9) 19-1 99 1
2. Ankeny Christian Academy (1) 20-0 84 5
3. George-Little Rock 18-3 59 T3
4. Montezuma 17-1 58 2
5. New London 18-1 50 T3
6. Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids 18-2 43 9
7. Exira Elk Horn-Kimballton 19-2 29 10
8. Ar-We-Va, Westside 20-1 26 6
(tie) South O’Brien, Paullina 17-4 26 NR
10. Newman Catholic, Mason City 18-2 22 NR

Others receiving votes: Easton Valley 14. Notre Dame, Burlington 11. Prince of Peace Prep, Clinton 11. Stanton 8. Calamus-Wheatland 4. Belle Plaine 3. Newell-Fonda 2. East Mills 1.

 

 

 

 

DES MOINES — Drake senior forward Nick McGlynn has been a key in the Bulldogs surprising run under first year coach Darian DeVries. The 6-8 McGlynn scored 22 points in Saturday’s win over UNI and surpassed one thousand points for his career.

Drake leads the Missouri Valley in scoring and one of the reasons is their ability to get quality shots before the defense can set up.

The Bulldogs visit Southern Illinois tonight. DeVries says a concern is Saluki point guard Aaron Cook, who averages more than 11 points per game.

Drake is 18-7 overall and 7-5 in the Valley.

 

 

CEDAR FALLS — Northern Iowa coach Ben Jacobsen says the Panthers need improved defense as they get ready to host Illinois State on Wednesday night. The Panthers scored 77 points in a loss at Drake and 71 in a home loss to Bradley last week.

Jacobsen says both opponents last week played well on offense.

The Panthers are 5-7 in the Valley and 10-15 overall.

 

 

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Derrick Rose and Jeff Teague gave a beleaguered backcourt a needed boost and lifted the Minnesota Timberwolves to a 130-120 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers. Rose scored 22 points and Teague added 19 for the Timberwolves, who played without the ill Andrew Wiggins. Lou Williams scored a season-high 45 points off the bench for the Clippers, making a season-best 16 free throws while going perfect from the line.

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