AM-1300 KGLO — Iowa women at Iowa State — pre-game 5:45, tipoff 6:00
MASON CITY — The 4th-ranked in Class 4A Mason City High girls avenged their loss to Decorah in the regional tournament last year with a 54-46 win last night in non-conference basketball, as you heard on AM-1300 KGLO and kgloam.com. After falling behind 12-8 after the first quarter, the Riverhawks outscored the Vikings 20-8 in the second quarter to lead 28-20 at halftime. Mason City is 3-1 on the season and will host Marshalltown on Friday.
NEW HAMPTON — The #10/3A Clear Lake girls picked up a 47-29 win at New Hampton last night in non-conference play, as you heard on AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB and kribam.com. Xada Johnson had 14 points to lead the Lions with freshman Taylor Schwenn added 12 and sophomore Ashleigh Amble adding 10. Clear Lake is now 2-1 on the season and will travel to Waverly-Shell Rock on Thursday.
— other high school girls basketball last night
Newman 62, Nashua-Plainfield 38
Central Springs 57, North Butler 24
Northwood-Kensett 53, West Fork 46
St. Ansgar 52, Osage 47
Belmond-Klemme 42, Eagle Grove 28
Bishop Garrigan 62, Lake Mills 33
Forest City 61, North Union 29
West Hancock 56, Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 48
AGWSR 37, Hampton-Dumont-CAL 34
NEW HAMPTON — The Clear Lake boys scored the first 11 points of the game and never looked back in a 70-34 win at New Hampton last night, as you heard on AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB and kribam.com. Ten different players scored for the Lions, led by Cael Stephany who had 12 and Thomas Meyer who had 10. Clear Lake is now 3-0 on the season and will travel to Waverly-Shell Rock on Thursday.
— other boys basketball last night
Newman 69, Nashua-Plainfield 43
North Iowa 59, Rockford 47
West Fork 69, Northwood-Kensett 57
Osage 59, St. Ansgar 47
Eagle Grove 80, Belmond-Klemme 58
Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 46, West Hancock 30
Lake Mills 70, Bishop Garrigan 50
North Union 49, Forest City 46
Hampton-Dumont-CAL 77, AGWSR 35
AMES — The first of two nights of Cy-Hawk basketball begins tonight at Hilton Coliseum when the Iowa State women host 4th-ranked Iowa. The Cyclones won two years ago in Ames but the Hawkeyes have won six of the last seven in the series.
That’s ISU coach Bill Fennelly. The game will be played in front of a sold out crowd.
A young Iowa State team is 4-3 and needs to find a way to slow down reigning national player of the year Caitlin Clark.
Freshman center Audi Crooks is averaging 16 points per game and this will be her first appearance in the rivalry.
Crooks believes the Cyclones are making progress.
Iowa coach Lisa Bluder says the Cyclones will have a good defensive plan against Caitlin Clark.
Bluder says it will be the first true road test for the Hawkeyes.
Caitlin Clark says it will be a big test for the Hawkeyes.
Clark says the emotion will be high.
Tipoff is scheduled for just after 6 o’clock tonight, with the pre-game starting at 5:45 on AM-1300 KGLO
CEDAR FALLS — Northern Iowa coach Ben Jacobson says the focus has been on defense as the Panthers get ready to host Richmond tonight. UNI surrendered 90 and 91 points last week in Missouri Valley losses to Belmont and Evansville and stand 2-6 overall.
Jacobson on some of the areas of emphasis.
Jacobson says the Panthers are having too many breakdowns in their defensive rotations.
Richmond enters tonight’s game with a record of 5-3.
DES MOINES — Drake coach Darian DeVries expects the Bulldogs to face a motivated St. Louis University team in tonight’s meeting in the Knapp Center. The Billikens are 5-4 but coming off a 101-62 loss at Southern Illinois.
DeVries says St. Louis is a versatile team.
The Bulldogs have won four straight and are coming off two blowout wins to open Missouri Valley play.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Iowa defensive coordinator Phil Parker has been named the winner of the Broyles Award, which is presented annually to the top assistant coach in college football. The Frank & Barbara Broyles Foundation presented the award during a ceremony in Little Rock, Arkansas. Parker had been a semifinalist for the award last year. The 60-year-old Parker is in his 25th season on Iowa’s coaching staff and 12th as defensive coordinator. The Hawkeyes have allowed 15 touchdowns in 13 games and their 13-point defensive average is the team’s lowest since 2008 and ranks fourth nationally.
— boys high school wrestling last night
Marshalltown 60, Mason City 9
Osage 45, New Hampton-Turkey Valley 26
Osage 49, Union LaPorte City 24
New Hampton-Turkey Valley 46, Union LaPorte City 32
@ North Fayette Valley
Crestwood 46, North Butler-Clarksville 33
North Fayette Valley 47, North Butler-Clarksville 36
WAVERLY — Several area wrestlers finished high at the Waverly-Shell Rock Go-Hawk girls wrestling invitational on Tuesday. Looking at area wrestlers that finished in the top three:
== For Clear Lake: Saphira Olsen finished third at 115 pounds, Aali Martinez third at 120, Madeline McLaughlin won the 120B bracket, Pieper Lester won the 125B bracket, Alexa Heflin won the 145 pound bracket, Charlie Larsen finished second in the 155B bracket
== For Osage: Emersyn Blanco finished second in the 100B bracket, Gable Hemann won the 110 pound bracket, Mackenzie Brown finished third in the 130B bracket, Genesis Pickar was second in the 135B bracket, Kaylie Havig was second at 140, Emma Schipper was second at 235
== For St. Ansgar, Mariah Michels won the 115 bracket
No team scores were kept.
— girls high school wrestling last night
Mason City 48, Marshalltown 36
North Central Trailblazers 54, BCLUW 18
North Central Trailblazers 42, West Fork 30
West Fork 30, BCLUW 24