Area Sports Results, Iowa Out Shoots ISU In Heated Rivalry Battle

Scoring the winning points at a basketball game

Wrestling

Charles City falls to Waverly-Shell Rock 66-12, girls had their first dual meet of the year and fell 45-30.

NH/TV wrestling vs Owelwein 66-9 and 76-0 over Waukon.

Basketball

The New Hampton Girls are 3-2 after edging Columbus Catholic 55-47 last night. The Chickasaws burst out to  14-2 first quarter lead and held on for their win.

West Hancock dispatched Rockford last night 61-19.  In the loss, the Warriors fall to 1-3.

The New Hampton Chickasaw boys basketball team picked up their second straight win thumping Columbus Catholic 67-45.  New Hampton is 2-2.

The Rockford Warriors picked up a 60-57 win at West Hancock tonight to improve to 3-1 on the season.

Friday night’s girls basketball lineup 

Charles City versus Crestwood 

Rockford at Northwood-Kensett

North Butler vs Saint Ansgar tonight

Riceville vs Dunkerton

Saturday’s basketball slate

Charles City at Saint Ansgar

North Butler vs Hampton-Dumont

Friday night’s boys basketball lineup

Charles City at Crestwood

North Butler vs Saint Ansgar

Rockford at Northwood-Kensett

Riceville vs Dunkerton

Saturday’s basketball slate

Osage at Belmond-Klemme 

The 18th ranked Iowa Hawkeyes blew the game open in the second half during an emotional night in Carver-Hawkeye Arena.

 

Gary Dolphin and Bobby Hansen with the call on the Hawkeye Network. Iowa shot 57 percent in a 98-84 win over Iowa State. Tyler Cook had 26 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Hawkeyes.

 

Iowa improves to 7-2 and bounced back from a 22-point loss at 10th ranked Michigan State.

 

The game included a first half scuffle that resulted in three technical fouls and another scuffle at the end of the game as the Hawkeyes were running out the clock. Iowa coach Fran McCaffery pulled his team off the court and their was no hand shake.

 

Iowa State coach Steve Prohm raced on the court twice to separate players. He says an Iowa assistant coach told him “to keep his hands off of our players”.

 

Prohm says it was a test the Cyclones needed.

 

Freshman Talen Horton-Tucker led the Cyclones with 21 points.