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Friday's high school basketball roundup: Mary Crompton, Ashley Joens set scoring records

Iowa City High's Ashley Joens (10) scored 45 points Friday against Waterloo East. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette)
Iowa City High's Ashley Joens (10) scored 45 points Friday against Waterloo East. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette)

Cedar Rapids-Iowa City Metro recaps and Gazette area scores from high school basketball games on Friday, Feb. 2, 2018.

Metro girls

2A No. 7 Iowa City Regina 66, Camanche 41

Mary Crompton became the all-time scoring leader for the Regina girls’ basketball program in style. The senior sank eight 3-pointers and posted 34 points as egina beat Camanche, 66-41, in Iowa City.

Kennedy Wallace added four 3-pointers and 16 points for Regina (16-4).

Lea Lefebure had 10 points to lead Camanche (15-6).

5A No. 1 Iowa City High 84, Waterloo East 26

Ashley Joens set the single-season Iowa City High scoring record, also with style, scoring 45 to bring her total to 550 (Virginia Johnson had the old record of 519). Joens scored 40 points in the first half alone.

Aubrey Joens added 14 and Rose Nkumu 12 for No. 1 City High (18-0).

Kerris Roberts had 19 points to lead East (5-15).

4A No. 12 Cedar Rapids Xavier 59, 5A No. 11 Cedar Rapids Prairie 54 (OT)

Xavier won a battle between ranked teams, topping Prairie at home

Emily Jasper had 15 points, Maria Steffen had 14 and Libby Arnold 13 for Xavier (11-8).

Sidney McCrea and Mallory McDermott each had 19 points for Prairie (12-6).

4A No. 1 Marion 70, South Tama 38

Top-ranked Marion remained undefeated with a dominant win at South Tama.

Marion (19-0) had 11 3-pointers, led by Mia Laube with four and a team-high 15 points. Riley Wright added 14 points, and Kayba Laube and Chloe Rice each added 12 points.

Linn-Mar 61, Cedar Rapids Jefferson 58 (OT)

The Lions pulled off the upset on their home court in Marion.

Megan Murphy had 18 points, including five 3-pointers, and Macey Miller added 14 points for Linn-Mar (3-16).

Erica Oler had 21 points and Jenna Griffith had 16 points for Jefferson (7-12).

Cedar Valley Christian 65, Easton Valley 63

Cedar Valley Christian hung on in Springville.

CVC (10-11) hit 17 of 26 at the free-throw line. Molly Hembera was 11 of 16 and finished with 25 points. Maggie Cach added 18 points and Elizabeth Fields had 13 points.

5A No. 13 Cedar Rapids Washington 70, Cedar Rapids Kennedy 65

A pair of dagger 3-pointers by Caitlin Riley gave Washington some separation, and the Warriors held off Kennedy, 70-65, in a Mississippi Valley Conference battle at Washington High School.

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Riley finished with six 3-pointers and a game-high 21 points as the Warriors (11-6 overall, 7-4 MVC) completed a season sweep between the teams.

Read Jeff Linder’s full story.

Area girls

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY

5A No. 2 Cedar Falls 62, Waterloo West 21

5A No. 13 Cedar Rapids Washington 70, Cedar Rapids Kennedy 65

4A No. 12 Cedar Rapids Xavier 59, Cedar Rapids Prairie 54 (OT)

5A No. 1 Iowa City High 84, Waterloo East 26

Linn-Mar 61, Cedar Rapids Jefferson 58 (OT)

WAMAC

Anamosa 39, Dyersville Beckman 32

Benton Community 55, Vinton-Shellsburg 49

4A No. 5 Center Point-Urbana 53, Williamsburg 25

Clear Creek Amana 47, Independence 28

4A No. 1 Marion 70, South Tama 38

Mount Vernon 43, DeWitt Central 37

Maquoketa 56, Solon 46

4A No. 15 Western Dubuque 45, West Delaware 32

RIVER VALLEY

Bellevue 59, Wilton 57

2A No. 6 Cascade 50, Mid-Prairie 34

2A No. 7 Iowa City Regina 66, Camanche 41

3A No. 11 Monticello 53, Tipton 31

Northeast 49, Durant 36

North Cedar 70, West Liberty 37

TRI-RIVERS

Bellevue Marquette 52, Lisbon 30

Calamus-Wheatland 67, Clinton Prince of Peace 36

East Buchanan 61, Central City 18

Cedar Valley Christian 65, Easton Valley 63

2A No. 1 North Linn 58, Maquoketa Valley 44

1A No. 1 Springville 54, Edgewood-Colesburg 25

NORTHEAST IOWA

3A No. 1 Crestwood 74, 4A No. 13 Waverly-Shell Rock 37

New Hampton 53, Oelwein 36

Waukon 54, Charles City 9

SOUTH IOWA CEDAR

Iowa Valley 51, HLV 36

Lynnville-Sully 60, Eddyville EBF 38

1A No. 3 North Mahaska 61, English Valleys 42

Tri-County 46, Twin Cedars 24

UPPER IOWA

1A No. 9 Lansing Kee 46, Turkey Valley 26

South Winneshiek 44, Starmont 39

OTHERS

Aplington-Parkersburg 68, Union Community 41

Hghland 62, Fort Madison Holy Trinity 57

Lone Tree 48, Cardinal 30

Sumner-Fredericksburg 55, Jesup 40

WACO 58, Iowa Menonite 38

Washington (Iowa) 45, Fort Madison 19

Metro boys

Iowa City High 85, Waterloo East 81

The Trojans cut the lead to two before Antonio Turner hit a pair of fouls shots to seal the win. Turner finished with 35 points.

Ryland Threlkeld-Wiegand — who had 11 points overall — had a 3-pointer to break the tie earlier in the fourth quarter for City High (5-12). Keshawn Christian added 23 points, including five 3-pointers.

Treyshawn LaBeaux had 20 points and Tyrese Nickelson added 19 points for Waterloo East (8-9).

Marion 56, South Tama 44

The Indians showed some growth, having lost to South Tama, 49-45, back on Jan. 9.

Trevor Paulsen led Marion (10-9) with 20 points. Jaffer Murphy added 11 points.

Cedar Rapids Jefferson 55, Linn-Mar 54

Jefferson scored a basket in the final minutes to win in Cedar Rapids.

Ozzie Meiborg had 15 points and Kyler Bell added 13 points for Jefferson (8-9).

Trey Hutcheson had 22 points to pace Linn-Mar (8-9).

Easton Valley 94, Cedar Valley Christian 34

Kyle Gustafson had 19 points for Cedar Valley Christian (2-16) in Springville.

Cedar Rapids Kennedy 66, Cedar Rapids Washington 64 (2OT)

Two ordinary teams played an extraordinary game. And in the end, the smallest guy on the court stood tallest.

Jackson Foley scored 10 of Cedar Rapids Kennedy’s 11 points in extra time, and the Cougars outlasted Cedar Rapids Washington, 66-64, in a double-overtime Mississippi Valley Conference boys’ basketball game Friday night at Washington High School.

Read Jeff Linder’s full story.

3A No. 1 Cedar Rapids Xavier 72, Cedar Rapids Prairie 65

No comeback for the ages again.

Cedar Rapids Xavier’s boys’ basketball team stayed calm, cool and collected, held on to its halftime lead this time and beat Cedar Rapids Prairie, 72-65, Friday night at the Hawks nest.

These teams played an instant classic back a month ago. Well, at least on the Prairie side.

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Read Jeff Johnson’s full story.

Area boys

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY

Cedar Rapids Jefferson 55, Linn-Mar 54

Cedar Rapids Kennedy 66, Cedar Rapids Washington 64 (2OT)

3A No. 1 Cedar Rapids Xavier 72, Cedar Rapids Prairie 65

Dubuque Hempstead 55, Dubuque Wahlert 53

Iowa City High 85, Waterloo East 81

Waterloo West 65, 4A No. 3 Cedar Falls 64

WAMAC

Benton Community 54, Vinton-Shellsburg 41

Independence 81, Clear Creek Amana 68

Mount Vernon 56, DeWitt Central 50

Center Point-Urbana 53, Williamsburg 25

RIVER VALLEY

Bellevue 67, Wilton 42

2A No. 2 Cascade 69, Mid-Prairie 48

Iowa City Regina 73, Camanche 34

North Cedar 67, West Liberty 45

Tipton 59, Monticello 57

TRI-RIVERS

Easton Valley 94, Cedar Valley Christian 34

Edgewood-Colesburg 71, Springville 43

Lisbon 77, Bellevue Marquette 68

1A No. 2 North Linn 82, Maquoketa Valley 33

NORTHEAST IOWA

3A No. 6 Charles City 84, Waukon 69

OTHERS

Jesup 68, Sumner-Fredericksburg 52

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