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MONDAY RESULTS – March 2

(high school basketball)

3A BOYS SUB-STATE FINALS
(sub-state 1 at Sioux City North)
Sergeant Bluff-Luton (14-10) 61, Le Mars (15-9) 46

SIOUX CITY — Sergeant Bluff-Luton punched their State tournament ticket for a fourth straight year Monday night with a 61-46 victory over the Le Mars Bulldogs to claim the 3A Sub-State 1 championship.  The Warriors jumped on top 6-0 and eventually went in front by 16 in the second quarter.  The Bulldogs did manage to trim the deficit to eight by halftime at 28-20.  S-B-L again extended the lead to 16 in the third quarter and led by 13 heading into the final eight minutes.  Le Mars never got closer than seven for the rest of the game.  Sergeant Bluff-Luton used a line-up that went 6’8″, 6’7″, 6’7″ across their front line and the Warriors used that big size advantage to dominate on the backboards and also make it a challenging night for the Le Mars offense.  Daniel Wright led S-B-L with 19 points and Nick Muller added 14.  Alec Dreckman and Spencer Mackey had 19 and 11 points respectively for Le Mars but both would tell you they had to work pretty hard for their shots.  The Bulldogs finish the season at 15-9 while S-B-L takes a seven-game winning streak and 14-10 record to Des Moines next week.

GIRLS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES

CLASS 5A QUARTERFINALS
#2-Iowa City High (23-1) 59, #9-Cedar Rapids Prairie (20-4) 40
#4-Johnston (22-2) 75, #7-Southeast Polk (19-5) 71
#1-Waukee (22-2) 76, Sioux City East (16-8) 36
#6-Waterloo West (20-4) 51, #5-Cedar Falls (19-5) 49

CLASS 3A QUARTERFINALS
#1-Dike-New Hartford (23-1) 56, Jesup (20-5) 43
#5-North Polk (20-5) 68, #4-Red Oak (21-4) 40
#2-Clear Lake (23-2) 60, #10=Davenport Assumption (16-8) 46

(college basketball)

Top-25 results:
(4) Baylor 71, Texas Tech 68
(12) Duke 88, N-C State 69

(spring training baseball)

Washington 3, Miami 2
St. Louis 6, Minnesota 1
Tampa Bay 3, Baltimore 3
Boston 11, Detroit 11
Toronto 4, Pittsburgh 0
Texas 3, Cleveland 2
Chicago Cubs (ss) 9, L.A. Angels 4
San Diego 3, Chicago White Sox 1
Cincinnati 6, L.A. Dodgers 2
Colorado 9, Seattle 6
San Francisco 8, Arizona 1
Philadelphia 6, Atlanta 4
Oakland 5, Chicago Cubs (ss) 2

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – March 3

(high school basketball)

GIRLS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES

CLASS 3A QUARTERFINALS
#3-Bishop Heelan (20-4) 50, #9-Des Moines Christian (22-3) 38

CLASS 4A QUARTERFINALS
#1-North Scott (24-0) 63 #15-Clear Creek-Amana (19-5) 43
#5-Center Point-Urbana (22-2) 45, #6-Waverly-Shell Rock (20-3) 41
#3-Glenwood (25-0) 89, #8-Gilbert (19-4) 75
#7-Lewis Central (20-5)  47, #4-Ballard (22-2) 46

CLASS 2A QUARTERFINALS
#1-Cascade (26-0) 41, Denver (17-9) 28
#5-Osage (23-2) 50,  #6-West Branch (21-4) 43

 

4A BOYS SUB-STATE FINALS
(sub-state 1 at Fort Dodge)
Ankeny 73, #10-Sioux City East 67

(sub-state 8 at Iowa Western Community College)
Dowling Catholic 58, #7-Council Bluffs A-L 35

(college basketball)

Top-25 results:
Tennessee 81, (6) Kentucky 73
Rutgers 78, (9) Maryland 67
(16) Michigan State 79, (20) Penn State 71
Purdue 77, (18) Iowa 68

(spring training baseball)

Washington 5, Baltimore 3
N.Y. Yankees 9, Boston 1
St. Louis 6, Houston 3
Tampa Bay 5, Atlanta 2
Minnesota 5, Detroit 1
Miami 6, N.Y. Mets 1
Texas 6, San Francisco 5
Oakland 6, Chicago White Sox 5
L.A. Angels 11, Cleveland 7
San Diego 9, Milwaukee 0
Colorado 11, Chicago Cubs 10
Kansas City 6, Arizona 4

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – March 4

(high school basketball)

DES MOINES — For two and a-half quarters unrated Gehlen Catholic looked headed for yet another tournament upset over a state-rated team.  But No. 2 Marquette Catholic wiped out a seven-point third quarter deficit with an 11-3 run that put the Mohawks in front 37-36 forty seconds into the fourth quarter and Marquette sidestepped the upset bid with a 60-53 victory Wednesday night in the 1A Girls State basketball tournament quarterfinals at the Wells Fargo Arena.  The Lady Jays were never able to reclaim the upper hand and Marquette’s 24 points in the final quarter sealed the outcome.  The big front line for the Mohawks of six-footers Tori Michel and Ellie O’Brien and 5’11” Miranda Peters finally took control of the game in the final quarter.  All three finished with double-doubles.  Michel had 19 points and 12 rebounds, the Mohawks leading scorer, Peters overcame foul trouble to lead the fourth quarter charge with 17 points and 18 rebounds and O’Brien had 10 points and hauled in 13 rebounds.  Sydney Livermore had a double-double for the Lady Jays with 15 points and 12 rebounds while Lauren Heying and Kate Hill added 11 each.  Addison Weber hit only one three-pointer in the game and ended her career with 1,062 points as Gehlen’s all-time career scoring leader.  The Lady Jays end the season at 15-10.  Marquette moves on to the semifinals Friday with a 24-1 record and a 20-game winning streak.

GIRLS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES

CLASS 2A QUARTERFINALS
#2-West Hancock (25-1) 57, #12-Logan-Magnolia (21-4) 31
#3-North Linn (22-2) 49, #8-Western Christian (17-8) 44

CLASS 1A QUARTERFINALS
#1-Newell-Fonda (25-0) 77, Council Bluffs St. Albert (13-12) 47
#7-Saint Ansgar (22-2) 51, #5-Montezuma (23-2) 46
#2-Marquette Catholic (24-1) 60, Gehlen Catholic (15-10) 53
#4-Bishop Garrigan (24-1) 55, Martensdale-St. Marys (18-9) 40

(college basketball)

Top-25 results:
(1) Kansas 75, T-C-U 66
(3) Dayton 84, Rhode Island 57
(7) Florida State 73, Notre Dame 71
(14) Villanova 79, (8) Seton Hall 77
(11) Creighton 91, Georgetown 76
Texas A&M 78, (17) Auburn 75
(22) Virginia 46, Miami 44
(24) Wisconsin 63, Northwestern 48

(spring training baseball)

Miami (ss) 2, Houston 1
Detroit 13, Boston 9
Baltimore 5, Miami (ss) 3
Philadelphia (ss) 9, Pittsburgh (ss) 7
Tampa Bay 9, Toronto 5
Atlanta 9, Pittsburgh (ss) 7
N.Y. Mets 4, St. Louis 1
Texas 7, Colorado 4
Chicago Cubs 6, Cincinnati 6
Chicago White Sox 5, Milwaukee 1
Kansas City 9, San Diego 7
L.A. Angels 2, Seattle 0
Cleveland 6, Arizona 2
N.Y. Yankees 3, Philadelphia (ss) 2
L.A. Dodgers 4, San Francisco 0

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – March 5

(high school basketball)

GIRLS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES

CLASS 5A SEMIFINALS
#4-Johnston (23-2) 71, #2-Iowa City High (23-2) 61
#1-Waukee (23-2) 88, #6-Waterloo West (20-5) 65

CLASS 3A SEMIFINALS
#5-North Polk (21-5) 46, #1-Dike-New Hartford (23-2) 44
#3-Bishop Heelan (21-4) 61, #2-Clear Lake (23-3) 57

CLASS 4A SEMIFINALS
#1-North Scott (25-0) 40, #5-Center Point-Urbana (21-3) 32
#7-Lewis Central (21-5) 62, #3-Glenwood (25-1)  51

(college basketball)

Top-25 results:
(5) San Diego State 73, Air Force 60
(13) Oregon 90, California 56
(19) Ohio State 71, (23) Illinois 63
U-Conn 77, (21) Houston 71
(25) Michigan 82, Nebraska 58

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – March 6

(high school basketball)

GIRLS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES

CLASS 2A SEMIFINALS
#5-Osage (24-2) 46, #1-Cascade (26-1) 32
#3-North Linn (23-2) 61, #2-West Hancock (25-2) 46

CLASS 1A SEMIFINALS
#1-Newell-Fonda (26-0) 84, #7-Saint Ansgar (22-3) 33
#4-Bishop Garrigan (25-1) 69, #2-Marquette Catholic (24-2) 37

CLASS 5A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
#4-Johnston (24-2) 69, #1-Waukee (23-3) 65

CLASS 3A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
#3-Bishop Heelan (22-4) 53, #5-North Polk (21-6) 46

(college basketball)

Top-25 results:
(5) San Diego State 81, Boise State 68

(spring training baseball)

Philadelphia 9, Detroit 0
Atlanta 7, Boston 5
Minnesota 5, Tampa Bay 3
Pittsburgh 19, Toronto 13
Chicago White Sox 6, Chicago Cubs 3
Cincinnati 11, Oakland (ss) 5
Kansas City (ss) 4, L.A. Angels (ss) 3
Oakland (ss) 7, Cleveland 6
San Francisco 5, Milwaukee 5
Colorado 6, Arizona 6
Kansas City (ss) 4, L.A. Angels (ss) 4
Houston 3, N.Y. Mets 2
Baltimore 5, N.Y. Yankees 1
Miami 7, Washington 3
Seattle 9, L.A. Dodgers 3
San Diego 4, Texas 3

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – March 7

GIRLS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES

CLASS 4A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
#1-North Scott (26-0) 49, #7-Lewis Central (21-6) 35

CLASS 2A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
#3-North Linn (24-2) 66, #5-Osage (24-3) 42

CLASS 1A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
#1-Newell-Fonda (27-0) 65, #4-Bishop Garrigan (25-2) 63

(college basketball)

(1) Kansas 66, Texas Tech 62
(3) Dayton 76, George Washington 51
West Virginia 76, (4) Baylor 64
Utah State 59, (5) San Diego State 56
(6) Kentucky 71, Florida 70
(7) Florida State 80, Boston College 62
(11) Creighton 77, (8) Seton Hall 60
(22) Virginia 57, (10) Louisville 54
(12) Duke 89, North Carolina 76
(13) Oregon 80, Stanford 67
(14) Villanova 70, Georgetown 69
(17) Auburn 85, Tennessee 63
Northwestern 80, (20) Penn State 69

Kansas State 79, Iowa State 63

MANHATTAN, Kansas (AP) — Xavier Sneed scored 31 points, went 10-of-21 from the field and hit four 3’s as Kansas State defeated Iowa State 79-63, winning for the first time since January 29 to end a 10-game losing skid. Kansas State led by as many as 26 in the win. Solomon Young scored 17 for Iowa State, which has lost five of its last six games.

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – March 8

(college basketball)

(23) Illinois 78, (18) Iowa 76

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) — Ayo Dosunmu scored 17 points and No. 23 Illinois held off No. 18 Iowa 78-76 to secure the No. 4 seed in the Big Ten Conference tournament. Andres Feliz scored 14 points, Kofi Cockburn had 12 and Kipper Nichols added 10 for Illinois. Luka Garza scored a game-high 28 points for Iowa, which finished in a four-way tie for fifth in the Big Ten and will be the No. 5 seed in the tournament. Iowa’s Joe Toussaint scored 14 and Connor McCaffery added 10, including two clutch three’s during the Hawkeyes late run.  Illinois built a 17-point lead late in the game that evaporated to two points in the final seconds with Garza missing a last second off balance shot off an inbounds pass for Iowa.

(16) Michigan State 80, (19) Ohio State 69

EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Cassius Winston scored 27 points and No. 16 Michigan State beat No. 19 Ohio State 80-69 to win a third straight Big Ten championship. The Spartans shared the conference title with No. 9 Maryland and No. 24 Wisconsin. Michigan State will be the second-seeded team at the Big Ten Tournament, behind Wisconsin. The Buckeyes had won four straight and six of their previous seven games. Ohio State’s Kaleb Wesson was held to eight points. Michigan State was in control of much of the game and pulled away with a late 16-4 run.

(9) Maryland 83, (25) Michigan 70

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Anthony Cowan Jr. had 20 points and eight assists in his final home game at Maryland, and the ninth-ranked Terrapins beat No. 25 Michigan 83-70 to earn a share of the Big Ten regular-season title. Cowan, a senior guard, went 7 for 11 from the floor and hit six free throws in the final minute. Eric Ayala scored 19 and Jalen Smith had 18 points and 11 rebounds for the Terps and Aaron Wiggins chipped in with 15 points.

(21) Houston 64, Memphis 57

HOUSTON (AP) — Fabian White Jr. had 18 points and 14 rebounds, Quentin Grimes added 17 points and No. 21 Houston defeated Memphis 64-57. Grimes had 15 second-half points, which led a 17-2 run for the Cougars. Nate Hinton had 13 points for Houston, which shot 34% overall including 48% in the second half. The Cougars will finish at least in a tie for second in the American Athletic Conference.