AM-1300 KGLO, kgloam.com, KGLO mobile app — Mason City at Ankeny Centennial — girls 6:15, boys follow
AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB, kribam.com, KRIB mobile app — Clear Lake at Hampton-Dumont/CAL — girls 6:15, boys follow
MASON CITY — Caitlin Clark scored 60 points, hitting 13 three-pointers as Dowling downed Mason City 90-78 last night in girls basketball, as you heard on AM-1300 KGLO. Clark’s total was one shy of the all-time Iowa 5-player basketball record. Megan Meyer had 27 while Anna Deets added 21 to lead the Mohawks, who drop to 11-7 on the season and travel to Ankeny Centennial tonight.
MASON CITY — The Newman girls jumped out to a 23-6 lead after the first quarter and never looked back in a 67-38 win over Central Springs last night in Mason City. Keelan Curley scored 14 points while Kailah Thompson added 10 as 12 different Knights scored. Newman is 12-8 and will host North Union tonight to wrap up the regular season.
— other girls basketball Monday
Algona 53, Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 43
Forest City 53, Bishop Garrigan 49
Riceville 49, Northwood-Kensett 43
Saint Ansgar 65, Nashua-Plainfield 29
MASON CITY — The Dowling boys pulled away in the second half to beat Mason City 79-54 last night in Mason City, as you heard on AM-1300 KGLO. Jarvorius Toney led the way for the Mohawks with 19 points, while Dylan Miller and Corey Miner each had 13. Mason City drops to 6-11 on the season and will travel to Ankeny Centennial tonight. You’ll hear both the girls and boys games on KGLO starting at about 6:15.
MASON CITY — Merritt McCardle broke the single-season school record for three-pointers as the Newman boys beat Central Springs 66-40 last night. McCardle has 57 long-distance goals for the season. Josh Fitzgerald had 13 points while McCardle added 11 for the Knights, who are 16-2 on the season heading into their game at West Fork Thursday night.
— other boys basketball Monday
Algona 74, Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 32
Forest City 60, Bishop Garrigan 53
Humboldt 76, Hampton-Dumont 38
Osage 69, Rockford 57
Saint Ansgar 62, Nashua-Plainfield 52
West Fork 76, North Butler 53
CENTRAL CITY — While Dowling’s Caitlin Clark was scoring 60 points against Mason City last night, it was not the highest point total by a high school basketball player in the state last night. Central City junior Nick Reid scored 76 points in an 86-76 win over East Buchanan. It’s the second most points in Iowa boys basketball history behind the 84 scored by Ray Buchanan of Conway against Gravity on February 2nd, 1927.
DES MOINES — This week’s AP boys basketball poll:
|1. North Scott, Eldridge (9)||16-0||98||2|
|3. Waukee (1)||16-1||76||1|
|4. Iowa City, West||12-3||64||4|
|5. Cedar Falls||13-2||50||6|
|6. Dubuque, Senior||12-2||49||8|
|7. Sioux City, East||15-1||41||7|
|8. Davenport, Central||13-3||30||5|
|9. Valley, West Des Moines||14-3||23||T9|
|10. Prairie, Cedar Rapids||12-3||18||T9|
Others receiving votes: Des Moines, North 8. Ames 7. Linn-Mar, Marion 3. Indianola 2.
|1. Clear Lake (7)||17-0||94||1|
|2. Norwalk (2)||13-3||85||2|
|3. Maquoketa (1)||15-1||76||4|
|4. Sergeant Bluff-Luton||15-3||75||3|
|6. West Delaware, Manchester||13-4||38||8|
Others receiving votes: Gilbert 14. Oskaloosa 14. Marion 5. Boone 3. Spencer 3. Xavier, Cedar Rapids 2. Center Point-Urbana 1. Le Mars 1. Storm Lake 1.
|1. North Linn, Troy Mills (8)||17-0||98||1|
|2. Boyden-Hull (2)||18-0||89||2|
|3. West Sioux, Hawarden||18-0||72||4|
|4. South Hamilton, Jewell||17-1||70||6|
|5. South Central Calhoun||18-1||42||7|
|6. Van Meter||16-1||39||3|
|9. Dike-New Hartford||15-1||26||9|
|10. Pella Christian||11-6||22||NR|
Others receiving votes: Regina, Iowa City 13. Western Christian, Hull 9. West Branch 5. Sioux Center 2. Forest City 1.
|1. Grand View Christian (8)||17-1||98||1|
|2. Montezuma (1)||17-0||73||2|
|3. New London||17-0||68||3|
|(tie) George-Little Rock||17-2||68||5|
|5. Ankeny Christian Academy (1)||18-0||64||4|
|6. Ar-We-Va, Westside||19-0||47||7|
|8. Prince of Peace Prep, Clinton||15-1||39||8|
|9. Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids||17-2||18||9|
|10. Exira1Elk Horn-Kimballton||17-2||13||10|
Others receiving votes: Easton Valley 6. Newman Catholic, Mason City 6. Bishop Garrigan, Algona 3. South O’Brien, Paullina 2. Notre Dame, Burlington 1.
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — Lindell Wigginton scored 17 points to help lead No. 17 Iowa State to a 75-74 victory over Oklahoma on Monday night.
Marial Shayok added 16 points, 10 in the final eight minutes, including a crucial off-balance 3-pointer as the shot clock expired with 1:19 remaining, for Iowa State (18-5, 7-3 Big 12). Shayok, who shot just 2-of-7 for six points through the first 32-plus minutes, also had eight rebounds and five assists as the Cyclones won their fourth straight.
Kristian Doolittle had 19 points and nine rebounds, while Brady Manek scored 16 for Oklahoma (15-8, 3-7), which had a very short turnaround after a game at West Virginia on Saturday. The Sooners have lost three in a row.
Iowa State led for most of the second half, going up 64-57 with 5:49 remaining when Wigginton hit two free throws. But Oklahoma battled back, going on a 12-5 run over the next four minutes to tie it 69-69 on Christian James’ layup with 1:51 to go.
The Cyclones pushed the lead to four on Talen Hortton-Tucker’s free throw with 13.5 seconds left, and after Doolittle’s basket pulled OU to within two again with 4.2 to go, Shayok sank two more free throws with 3.5 seconds remaining before Jala Bieniemy hit a meaningless 3-pointer as time expired.
MASON CITY — Regional wrestling dual tournaments take place tonight in Classes 1A and 2A with winners of each regional heading to next week’s state dual tournament in Des Moines:
== 2A at Clarion
#8 Clarion-Goldfield-Dows vs. Spencer
#9 Osage vs. #36 Winterset
== 2A at New Hampton
#3 New Hampton/Turkey Valley vs. #32 Mt. Vernon
#20 Independence vs. #25 Hampton-Dumont
== 1A at Emmetsburg
#12 Central Springs vs. #14 Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayshire
#6 Emmetsburg vs. #44 Adair-Casey/Guthrie Center
== 1A at Lake Mills
#5 Lake Mills vs. North Butler-Clarksville
#8 MFL-Mar-Mac vs. #28 Nashua-Plainfield
Semifinal round duals start at 6:00 PM, with the regional championship dual immediately following.