Tuesday's high school basketball roundup: Dubuque Senior edges Cedar Rapids Prairie in 2OT

Keegan Murray scored 18 points, but Cedar Rapids Prairie fell to Dubuque Senior in double-overtime. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette)
Keegan Murray scored 18 points, but Cedar Rapids Prairie fell to Dubuque Senior in double-overtime. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette)

Cedar Rapids-Iowa City Metro recaps and Gazette area scores from high school basketball games on Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018.

Metro boys

4A No. 10 Dubuque Senior 67, Cedar Rapids Prairie 63 (2OT)

Cedar Rapids Prairie pushed No. 10 Dubuque Senior to double overtime, but couldn’t finish the upset, falling 67-63.

Carter Stevens had 17 points for Senior (8-2), including a game-tying 3-pointer late in the first overtime.

Keegan Murray had 18 points for Prairie (5-4).

3A No. 6 Mount Pleasant 76, Iowa City Liberty 51

Mount Pleasant opened the game up in the second quarter in North Liberty. It was 19-16 after one quarter, but 41-27 at halftime.

Brady Sartorius had 26 points for MP (9-2). Andre Brandon led Liberty (5-7) with 15 points.

3A No. 4 Cedar Rapids Xavier 74, Waterloo East 63

The Saints buried 10 3-pointers to pull away in Cedar Rapids.

Matthew Mims had four 3-pointers and 26 points for Xavier (6-3).

Treyshawn LaBeux had 20 for East (3-6).

4A No. 7 Dubuque Hempstead 60, Cedar Rapids Kennedy 52

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The seventh-ranked Mustangs have now won eight straight. The Mustangs (8-1) hit 24 of 29 from the foul line, while the Cougars were 8 of 11.

Jack Wetzel had 19 points to lead Kennedy (7-3).

Iowa City High 61, Cedar Rapids Washington 55

Antonio Turner had 17 points for the Little Hawks in Cedar Rapids. Jeremie Kambomba had nine points and nine rebounds for City (3-6).

Campbell Mitvalsky had 13 points to lead Washington (3-6).

Maquoketa Valley 58, Cedar Valley Christian 41

Trevor Elgin had 31 points to lead Maquoketa Valley in Springville.

Kyle Gustafson had 23 points for Cedar Valley Christian (1-11).

4A No. 1 Iowa City West 69, Linn-Mar 42

Patrick McCaffery scored 23 points and Seybian Sims 15 as West (9-0) rolled to what the IHSAA says is a record 80th straight home victory.

The Trojans really got into Linn-Mar defensively in the second quarter, causing turnovers, getting layups off those turnovers and expanding a three-point lead to 17 at the break. Trey Hutcheson had 16 points to lead Linn-Mar (5-4).

Read Jeff Johnson’s full story.

Cedar Falls 74, Cedar Rapids Jefferson 67

Sure, the customary deep shots are still pure. But this year, there is more to AJ Green’s game than 3-pointers.

The Cedar Falls senior scored a game-high 28 points as the Tigers defeated Cedar Rapids Jefferson, 74-67, in a Mississippi Valley Conference boys’ basketball game Tuesday night at Jefferson.

Read Douglas Miles' full story.

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Metro girls

5A No. 1 Iowa City High 83, 5A No. 14 Cedar Rapids Washington 46

The top-ranked Little Hawks led at the half, 44-21, and Ashley Joens had 32 of her 36 points by intermission.

5A No. 3 Iowa City West 54, Linn-Mar 33

The third-ranked Women of Troy held the Lions to 26.3 percent shooting (10 of 38) and forced 20 turnovers in a defensive win in Marion.

4A No. 11 Cedar Rapids Xavier 70, Waterloo East 39

Caitlynn Daniels had 22 points and Libby Arnold added 12 points for the 11th-ranked (4A) Saints (7-6).

5A No. 12 Cedar Rapids Prairie 70, Dubuque Senior 33

Sarah Schmitt had 19 points as No. 12 Prairie rolled in Dubuque.

5A No. 2 Cedar Falls 68, Cedar Rapids Jefferson 28

Jefferson (3-9) was hurt by 28 turnovers, including 20 steals by No. 2 Cedar Falls (11-1).

2A No. 9 Iowa City Regina 77, Durant 30

Regina (9-3) sank 11 3-pointers, led by Mary Crompton with three as part of her game-high 17 points.

2A No. 14 Maquoketa Valley 83, Cedar VAlley Christian 42

Maquoketa Valley (13-2) led 20-18 after eight minutes, but was up 42-23 by halftime.

4A No. 1 Marion 68, South Tama 34

Freshman Ella Van Weelden played her best game to date, scoring 16 of her career-high 18 points in the first half as Class 4A top-ranked Marion dusted South Tama in a Wamac Conference West Division game at Marion High School.

The Indians (12-0 overall, 6-0 division) collected 24 steals, a big chunk of South Tama’s 38 turnovers, and maintained a one-game divisional lead over Center Point-Urbana in the divisional race.

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Read Jeff Linder’s full story. 

Area boys

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY

Cedar Falls 74, Cedar Rapids Jefferson 67

3A No. 4 Cedar Rapids Xavier 74, Waterloo East 63

4A No. 7 Dubuque Hempstead 60, Cedar Rapids Kennedy 52

4A No. 10 Dubuque Senior 67, Cedar Rapids Prairie 63 (2OT)

Dubuque Wahlert 64, Waterloo West 58

Iowa City High 61, Cedar Rapids Washington 55

4A No. 1 Iowa City West 69, Linn-Mar 42

WAMAC

Benton Community 72, Vinton-Shellsburg 49

Dyersville Beckman 67, Anamosa 66

Independence 72, Clear Creek Amana 66

Mount Vernon 61, DeWitt Central 41

Solon 61, Maquoketa 54

West Delaware 63, Western Dubuque 53

Williamsburg 59, Center Point-Urbana 57

RIVER VALLEY

2A No. 2 Cascade 58, Northeast 55

Iowa City Regina 65, Durant 47

Tipton 81, Mid-Prairie 63

West Branch 78, Wilton 36

TRI-RIVERS

Alburnett 61, Clinton Prince of Peace 51

Central City 54, Bellevue Marquette 45

Edgewood-Colesburg 77, Midland 29

Lisbon 75, Springville 45

Maquoketa Valley 58, Cedar Valley Christian 41

1A No. 2 North Linn 75, Calamus-Wheatland 34

NORTHEAST IOWA

Charles City 70, New Hampton 48

Decorah 76, Crestwood 51

Waverly-Shell Rock 53, Oelwein 44

SOUTH IOWA CEDAR

Colfax-Mingo 77, Belle Plaine 70

Keota 58, HLV 49

1A No. 5 Lynnville-Sully 80, Iowa Valley 45

Montezuma 76, Tri-County 33

UPPER IOWA

North Fayette Valley 71, West Central 28

Starmont 82, Lansing Kee 70

OTHERS

Iowa Mennonite 63, Lone Tree 53

Jesup 51, Waterloo Columbus 36

3A No. 6 Mount Pleasant 76, Iowa City Liberty 51

Area girls

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY

5A No. 1 Cedar Falls 68, Cedar Rapids Jefferson 28

5A No. 12 Cedar Rapids Prairie 70, Dubuque Senior 33

4A No. 11 Cedar Rapids Xavier 70, Waterloo East 39

Dubuque Hempstead 52, Cedar Rapids Kennedy 51

5A No. 1 Iowa City High 83, 5A No. 14 Cedar Rapids Washington 46

5A No. 3 Iowa City West 54 Linn-Mar 33

Waterloo West 51,Dubuque Wahlert 42

WAMAC

Anamosa 31, Dyersville Beckman 26

Benton Community 51, Vinton-Shellsburg 50

4A No. 6 Center Point-Urbana 72, Williamsburg 22

Clear Creek Amana 60, Independence 33

4A No. 1 Marion 68, South Tama 34

Mount Vernon 34, DeWitt Central 30

4A No. 10 Western Dubuque 39, West Delaware 34

RIVER VALLEY

2A No. 7 Cascade 53, Northeast 22

2A No. 9 Iowa City Regina 77, Durant 30

Mid-Prairie 62, Tipton 49

North Cedar 60, Iowa Valley 36

Wilton 77, West Branch 42

TRI-RIVERS

Alburnett 54, Clinton Prince of Peace 15

Bellevue Marquette 53, Central City 15

East Buchanan 73, Easton Valley 53

Midland 54, Edgewood-Colesburg 35

2A No. 14 Maquoketa Valley 83, Cedar Valley Christian 42

2A No. 1 North Linn 99, Calamus-Wheatland 23

1A No. 1 Springville 67, Lisbon 31

NORTHEAST IOWA

3A No. 2 Crestwood 64, Decorah 23

New Hampton 53, Charles City 35

Waverly-Shell Rock 45, Oelwein 22

SOUTH IOWA CEDAR

Belle Plaine 54, Colfax-Mingo 39

English Valleys 50, BGM 41

HLV 37, Keota 29

North Cedar 60, Iowa Valley 36

1A No. 3 North Mahaska 49, Sigourney 48

UPPER IOWA

1A No. 12 Lansing Kee 50, Starmont 34

Turkey Valley 42, South Winneshiek 35

MFL MarMac 51, Elkader Central 33

OTHERS

Highland 39, Columbus Community 31

Iowa Mennonite 46, Lone Tree 41

Jesup 55, Waterloo Columbus 37

Denver 46, Union Community 43

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