Tuesday February 6th Local Sports


== AM-1300 KGLO, kgloam.com — Mason City vs. Fort Dodge — girls 6:15, boys follow

== AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB, kribam.com — Clear Lake at Humboldt — girls 6:15, boys follow


CHARLES CITY — The Mason City High girls had no problem at Charles City last night, picking up a 61-21 victory over the Comets. The Riverhawks improve to 18-2 overall and will host Fort Dodge as part of an Iowa Alliance Conference girl-boy doubleheader tonight in Mason City. You can hear the doubleheader on AM-1300 KGLO and kgloam.com starting with the girls game at 6:15 tonight.




CLEAR LAKE — The Clear Lake girls held Nevada to two total points in the middle 16 minutes of the ballgame in a 53-25 win in non-conference basketball, as you heard on AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB and saw on Lions TV at kribam.com. The Lions defense only allowed Nevada to score a field goal with a minute left in the second quarter and shut them out in the third quarter. Madi Ott led Clear Lake with 16 points while Addie Doughan added 11. Clear Lake is now 11-9 on the season and will wrap up the regular season as part of a North Central Conference girl-boy doubleheader tonight in Humboldt that you can hear on KRIB starting at 6:15.




— other girls basketball last night
Newman 49, Dunkerton 38
Central Springs 43, Northwood-Kensett 32
St. Ansgar 54, Clarksville 18
West Fork 57, Osage 45
Forest City 62, Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 30
Bishop Garrigan 67, North Iowa 42
Hampton-Dumont-CAL 48, St. Edmond 25




— boys basketball last night
Dunkerton 72, Newman 55
West Fork 70, Osage 60 (West Fork wins TIC East title with win)
Nashua-Plainfield 78, Rockford 73
Northwood-Kensett 70, Central Springs 61
St. Ansgar 69, Clarksville 31
Forest City 59, Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 46
Bishop Garrigan 93, North Iowa 53
Hampton-Dumont-CAL 58, St. Edmond 50




BOONE — New boys basketball rankings are out from the Iowa High School Athletic Association:

== Class 3A
1. Clear Lake
2. ADM
3. Waverly-Shell Rock
4. Solon
5. Decorah
6. Marion
7. MOC-Floyd Valley
8. Ballard
9. Clear Creek-Amana
10. Winterset



== Class 1A
1. North Linn
2. Madrid
3. Bellevue Marquette
4. Lake Mills
5. Winfield-Mount Union
6. Keota
7. Lynnville-Sully
8. North Union
9. East Mills
10. Kee



== Class 2A
1. Western Christian
2. Hudson
3. West Lyon
4. Underwood
5. Pella Christian
6. Carroll Kuemper
7. Treynor
8. West Burlington
9. Monticello
10. Grundy Center



== Class 4A
1. Cedar Rapids Kennedy
2. Iowa City West
3. West Des Moines Valley
4. Sioux City East
5. Dubuque Senior
6. Cedar Falls
7. Waukee
8. Ankeny Centennial
9. Pleasant Valley
10. Waukee Northwest





IOWA CITY — The University of Iowa women’s basketball team is ranked No. 2 in the Associated Press Top 25 released on Monday. Iowa has spent 16 total weeks at No. 2 in program history.

The Hawkeyes have been ranked in the Top 5 since the first poll came out Oct. 17. Iowa currently owns the longest active streak in the AP Top 5 at 15 consecutive weeks.

Iowa has 327 appearances in the AP Poll and the Hawkeyes rank 23rd for all-time appearances.

The Hawkeyes are coming off a pair of road wins at Northwestern and Maryland. Iowa snapped its seven-game losing streak at Maryland on Saturday with a 93-85 victory against the Terps.

Iowa last started 21-2 in the 1995-96 season and is 7-1 against AP Top 25 and teams receiving votes this season.





DES MOINES — Drake men’s basketball coach Darian DeVries says his team is focused on what is ahead and not what could have been. The Bulldog’s Missouri Valley regular season title hopes took a hit on Saturday with a loss at league leader Indiana State.

The Bulldogs host Southern Illinois on Wednesday night.

Drake begins the week with a 9-3 record in the Missouri Valley Conference and 18-5 overall.





AMES — Iowa State coach Matt Campbell will be at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Sunday when former Cyclone quarterback Brock Purdy leads the San Francisco 49ers against the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 58. Purdy became the ISU starter as a freshman and led the Cyclones to four bowl games, a trip to the Big 12 Championship game and a Fiesta Bowl victory. Campbell is not sure he will get a chance to see the former Cyclone.

Campbell says several of Purdy’s former ISU teammates will be at the game.

Campbell is not surprised by the success Purdy has enjoyed in the NFL.

Campbell says two weeks into fall camp in Purdy’s freshman year, he knew he had someone special.

Campbell says Purdy has succeeded at all levels of football because he wins.

Kickoff for the Super Bowl is scheduled for about 5:30 Sunday evening.