Tuesday's high school basketball roundup: Cedar Falls knocks off No. 1 Iowa City West

Cedar Rapids-Iowa City Metro recaps and Gazette area scores from high school basketball for Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018.

Metro boys

4A No. 10 Cedar Falls 55, 4A No. 1 Iowa City West 54

No. 10 Cedar Falls handed top-ranked Iowa City West its first loss of the season at Cedar Falls.

AJ Green had 36 points for Cedar Falls (9-3).

Patrick McCaffery finished with 20 points for Iowa City West (10-1).

Davenport North 51, Cedar Rapids Prairie 48

The Hawks lost on the road.

Kirs Murray had 17 points and Griff Clark added 11 points for Prairie (7-5).

Max Taylor led North (8-4) with 12 points.

Midland 58, Cedar Valley Christian 39

The game was tied 27-27 with two minutes left in the third quarter, but Midland won the final 10 minutes, 31-12.

Kyle Gustafson had 20 points to lead Cedar Valley Christian (2-14).

Carter Mohr led Midland (2-15) with 15 points.

Cedar Rapids Jefferson 75, Davenport Central 65

he J-Hawks (5-7) shot 25 of 27 from the foul line in Cedar Rapids.

Cedar Rapids Washington 68, 3A No. 5 Mount Pleasant 66

The Warriors (5-7) ended the Panthers’ eight-game winning streak with Mick McCurry’s jumper at the buzzer in Mount Pleasant.

1A No. 2 North Linn 85, Iowa City Liberty 52

f this was its biggest test, the North Linn boys’ basketball team aced it. Make that an A-plus-plus.

That’s the only feasible grade you could give the Class 1A second-ranked Lynx after they took apart Iowa City Liberty, 85-52, Tuesday night.

Read Jeff Johnson’s full story.

Metro girls

5A No. 10 Cedar Rapids Prairie 60, Mount Pleasant 34

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Rachael Kilpatrick had 12 points and Makenna Moenk added 10 points as the 10th-ranked Hawks won at home.

Sidney McCrea added nine for Prairie (9-4).

Cedar Rapids Jefferson 75, Davenport Central 60

The J-Hawks used a second-half surge, 39-24, in Davenport.

Erica Oler had 30 points for Jefferson (5-9).

4A No. 1 Marion 54, Independence 19

The top-ranked Indians raced out to a 22-3 lead after one quarter and never looked back in Marion.

Kayba Laube was the only player in double figures in scoring with 18 points for Marion (14-0).

Jadyn Schultz had seven points to lead Independence (1-13).

5A No. 4 Pleasant Valley 55, Linn-Mar 27

The fourth-ranked Spartans put the defensive clamps on the Lions in Marion.

Linn-Mar (2-12) had 23 turnovers.

Ellie Spelhaug, a Bradley commit, had 28 points for Pleasant Valley (14-0).

2A No. 8 Iowa City Regina 71, Mid-Prairie 60

The Regals completed the season sweep of River Valley rival Mid-Prairie in Wellman.

Regina hit 19 of 21 from the foul line. Mary Crompton had 23 points and Alex Wiese added 19, the pair hitting 15 of 15 at the line for Regina (10-3).

Addie Rath led M-P (9-5) with 17 points.

Midland 60, Cedar Valley Christian 46

The Eagles turned the tables on Cedar Valley Christian. CVC won the first game, 44-43, Nov. 28, but Midland (8-10) controlled things Tuesday in Springville. Callie Markmann had 18 points and Drew Jensen added 17 points.

Maggie Cach had 22 points to lead CVC (8-8).

Area boys

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY

4A No. 10 Cedar Falls 55, 4A No. 1 Iowa City West 54

Cedar Rapids Jefferson 75, Davenport Central 65

Cedar Rapids Washington 68, 3A No. 5 Mount Pleasant 66

3A No. 1 Cedar Rapids Xavier 57, Dubuque Hempstead 56

Davenport North 51, Cedar Rapids Prairie 48

WAMAC

Clear Creek Amana 73, Benton Community 69

Independence 58, Marion 54

Maquoketa 51, Anamosa 38

Solon 56, DeWitt Central 43

South Tama 50, Center Point-Urbana 42

West Delaware 72, Dyersville Beckman 49

Western Dubuque 56, Mount Vernon 52

Williamsburg 42, Vinton-Shellsburg 35

RIVER VALLEY

Camanche 63, Monticello 52

2A No. 2 Cascade 68, Bellevue 40

Durant 51, West Liberty 48

2A No. 10 Northeast 69, North Cedar 29

Tipton 55, West Branch 44

NORTHEAST IOWA

Prairie du Chien (Wis.) 66, Waukon 62

TRI-RIVERS

Alburnett 56, East Buchanan 41

Edgewood-Colesburg 62, Central City 51

Lisbon 93, Prince of Peace 78

Maquoketa Valley 57, Springville 53

Midland 58, Cedar Valley Christian 39

1A No. 2 North Linn 85, Iowa City Liberty 52

SOUTH IOWA CEDAR

Belle Plaine 61, Tri-County 34

BGM 60, North Mahaska 25

Colfax-Mingo 71, HLV 22

Iowa Valley 64, English Valleys 21

Keota 57, Sigourney 44

1A No. 5 Lynnville-Sully 55, Montezuma 45

UPPER IOWA

North Fayette Valley 66, Lansing Kee 51

Postville 60, MFL MarMac 58

South Winneshiek 66, Elkader Central 42

Turkey Valley 65, Clayton Ridge 34

OTHERS

Baxter 58, Meskwaki Settlement School 46

Iowa Mennonite 68, Highland 55

Pekin 62, Lone Tree 53

Washington (Iowa) 77, Davis County 50

Area girls

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY

Cedar Rapids Jefferson 75, Davenport Central 60

5A No. 10 Cedar Rapids Prairie 60, Mount Pleasant 34

Dubuque Senior 55, Davenport West 16

Dubuque Wahlert 60, Iowa City Liberty 36

5A No. 4 Pleasant Valley 55, Linn-Mar 27

WAMAC

Anamosa 55, Maquoketa 46

4A No. 5 Center Point-Urbana 69, South Tama 28

Clear Creek Amana 56, Benton Community 23

Dyersville Beckman 45, West Delaware 39

4A No. 1 Marion 54, Independence 19

Mount Vernon 37, 4A No. 14 Western Dubuque 31

Williamsburg 49, Vinton-Shellsburg 33

RIVER VALLEY

2A No. 9 Bellevue 46, 2A No. 6 Cascade 43

Durant 60, West Liberty 39

2A No. 8 Iowa City Regina 71, Mid-Prairie 60

3A No. 15 Monticello 54, 3A No. 11 Camanche 50

North Cedar 49, Northeast 33

West Branch 60, Tipton 41

TRI-RIVERS

East Buchanan 51, Alburnett 24

Lisbon 58, Prince of Peace 34

Midland 60, Cedar Valley Christian 46

1A No. 1 Springville 58, 2A No. 14 Maquoketa Valley 40

SOUTH IOWA CEDAR

Belle Plaine 46, Tri-County 22

Colfax-Mingo 51, HLV 37

2A No. 15 Sigourney 54, Keota 16

1A No. 9 Montezuma 58, 1A No. 15 Lynnville-Sully 36

1A No. 3 North Mahaska 65, BGM 41

UPPER IOWA

Elkader Central 44, South Winneshiek 38

1A No. 10 Lansing Kee 63, North Fayette Valley 43

Turkey Valley 46, Clayton Ridge 18

OTHERS

Highland 56, Iowa Mennonite 24

Meskwaki 59, Baxter 27

Pekin 53, Lone Tree 39

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