The Charles City Comet wrestling team was in Decorah last night for a Northeast Iowa Conference triangular meet with the Vikings and Crestwood. The Comet grapplers will again wrestling short-handed and it cost them both dual meets as they were defeated by Decorah 48-27 and they were beaten by Crestwood 47-26. Charles City’s wrestling team is now 5-12 overall in dual meets and they fall to 0-5 in NEIC duals. They will take part in a tournament hosted by Hudson tomorrow.
The Nashua-Plainfield wrestling team hosted Rockford, Saint Ansgar and Riceville last night in a quadrangular meet. Saint Ansgar had the best record on the night as they won all three of their dual meets. The Saints defeated Rockford 45-21, they beat Nashua 60-24 and they upended Riceville 63-9. The Warrior wrestling team was able to get two victories last night as they beat Nashua 52-28 and got a win over Riceville 42-29. The Huskies squeaked by Riceville in the other dual meet by a final score of 42-41. Nashua will wrestle at the Hudson tournament tomorrow, Rockford will be in action tomorrow at AGWSR for a tournament and Saint Ansgar will also be in action tomorrow as they will take part in a tournament hosted by Perry.
The North Butler Bearcat wrestling team hosted a quadrangular meet last night as they welcomed in Osage, Northwood-Kensett and Garner-Hayfield-Ventura. The Green Devils went 3-0 at the meet as they beat North Butler 37-34, defeated Northwood 58-19 and picked up a 48-33 win over Garner. The Bearcats were able to get wins over the Vikings and Cardinals. The Osage wrestlers will be in action tomorrow as they get set to host a tournament and North Butler will travel to Lake Mills tomorrow for a tournament of their own.
The Osage Green Devil boys basketball team kept their perfect record intact last night as they dominated Nashua-Plainfield in Top of Iowa Conference action 74-19. Osage had four players in double figures as Riley Olson had 14 points, Lucas Schwamman and Brett Bobinet each had 12 points and Collin Klapperich finished with 10. The Green Devil boys are now 11-0 overall this season and they move to 8-0 in conference play while Nashua falls to 3-7 and 2-6. Both teams will be in action again tonight as Osage will host Central Springs and Nashua will be at home against Northwood-Kensett.
The Osage Green Devil girls basketball team also won big over Nashua-Plainfield in their Top of Iowa Conference match-up. Final score was 73-15. Melanie Bye had 16 points to lead the Green Devils, Sophie Muller and Gabby Schwarting each had 12 points and Brenna Jacobs finished with 11. The Osage girls are now 7-3 overall and 6-2 in the conference while the Nashua girls drop to 2-9 and 1-7. The Osage girls will host Central Springs tonight and the Nashua girls will be at home tonight against Northwood-Kensett.
Other area basketball games tonight include the Charles City Comet girls basketball team who will be in a Northeast Iowa Conference road match-up with Decorah. The Comet girls will be looking for their first win of the season as they are 0-10 overall and 0-5 in the NEIC. The Decorah girls are 2-8 overall and 0-3 in conference play. Tip-off for this game is set for around 7:30.
The Charles City Comet boys basketball team will be at home tonight for their Northeast Iowa Conference game with Decorah. The Comet boys are 8-1 overall this season and they are 3-1 in the NEIC while Decorah comes in at 5-3 and 2-1. Tip-off for this game will also be around 7:30.
The North Butler girls and boys basketball teams will host Mason City Newman Catholic tonight in a Top of Iowa Conference girl/boy double-header. The North Butler girls are 3-6 overall and their conference record is 3-5 while the Newman girls are 6-6 and 4-4. The North Butler boys come in at 3-6 overall and are 3-5 in conference play while the Knight boys are 6-5 and 4-4. The girls game will tip-off at about 6:15 and the boys game will follow.
The Rockford Warrior girls and boys basketball teams will be at West Fork tonight for their Top of Iowa Conference games. The Warrior girls come in unbeaten as they are 11-0 overall and 8-0 in the conference while the West Fork girls are 8-2 and 7-1. The Rockford boys who are 7-4 overall and 5-3 in league play will take on the War-Hawk boys who are 8-2 and 7-1. The girls game will tip at about 6:15 and the boys game will start at bout 7:30.