Comets lose heart breaker at the buzzer, Comet wrestlers split double-dual

Crestwood 63, Charles City 61

The Charles City boys basketball team tried to avenge an early NEIC loss against the Crestwood Cadets last night and again, the buzzer decided the game.

Brandon Lewis had the call.


Other scores: (girls basketball)
The Charles City girls fell to Crestwood 67-37. The Comets fall to 0-13.
Rockford edged Northwood-Kensett 44-42 to improve to 7-7
Riceville lost 45-29 at Dunkerton

Boys basketball

Rockford is 11-3 with a 70-24 win over Northwood-Kensett. The Warriors have won four straight.


Dylan Koresh picked up his 100th career win last night during a double dual against Waverly-Shell Rock and Waukon.
Comets took down Waukon 57-12 but lost to the Go-Hawks 63-12. Picking up wins: Jacob Sindlinger, Colton Crooks, Bronson Forsyth and Jacob Vais.

The raining state champions New Hampton/Turkey Valley grabbed a pair of wins over Decorah and Osage in their final home-matches of the season. The Chickasaws downed the Vikings 44 to 22 and the Green Devils 46-22. Picking up wins: Hunter Pesek, Clayton Tayler,Cameron Rasing, Carter Reicks, Alex Kriener, Mason Clevland, Jacob Reicks, Braydon Anderson, Clayton Taylor Carson and Max Babcock.

#22 Iowa 75, Michigan 61

The 22nd ranked Iowa Hawkeye women outscored Michigan 22-9 in the third quarter in a 75-61 win in Iowa City.

Hawkeye coach Lisa Bluder.


Megan Gustafson led four Hawkeyes in double figures with 21 points and added 16 rebounds as the Hawks move to 4-2 in the Big Ten.


Iowa visits Illinois on Sunday.


Chris Berg

Chris was born in Webster City and raised in Charles City. As a young kid, he would always be caught singing along to songs on the radio. He says he's good at karaoke but we think otherwise. ;) In his free time, he enjoys beginning new projects at home and hardly ever finishing them. Chris lives in Charles City with his wife Vicki, daughter Brynlee and son Jaxon.
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