The weather held off just enough for area teams who are still in the post season.
We’ll start in Waterloo as the Charles City bowling teams – boys and girls- are district champions and have qualified for Monday’s state meet. Maddie Ross bowled 419 and Cael Bohlen bowled a 462.
We will start in the 1A Region 2 tournament. After a slow start, Clarksville exploded with a 69-32 win over Rockford. Indian’s Head Coach Ross Timmermons says you’re going to win a lot of games when four players score in double figures.
Kori Wedekking scored a game-high 17 points and Janet Borchardt added 15. Amber Reams led Rockford with 9. The Warriors end their season at 10-11. Clarksville 18-2 and hosts Bishop Garrigan on Friday.
The Comet girls searched for their first win of the season last night in hopes of continuing their campaign. Erik Hoefer had the call.
The New Hampton girls season is done after a defensive gridlock gave way in the fourth quarter. Crestwood topped the Chickasaws 28-20. Hope McDonald finished with 9. New Hampton ends their season at 11-9.
The New Hampton boys made it a three-game sweep of the Waukon Indians in their first-round district game. The Chickasaws won 78-73.
In other girls scores:
Osage continues their season after a 55-40 win over Forest city.
The Saint Ansgar Saints season has come to its close. West Fork won 56-49.
Osage took home third place in the state wrestling duals.
TCU: 76, #18 Iowa State 69
The 18th ranked Iowa State women struggled from the field in a 76-69 loss at TCU. It snapped the Cyclones four game winning streak.
That’s ISU coach Bill Fennelly. Bridget Carleton led the Cyclones with 34 points and said the TCU defense was tough to solve.
With her 34 points Carleton moved into second place on Iowa State’s all-time scoring list.
Iowa State falls to 8-4 in the Big-12.