Girls Basketball

Tuesday's high school basketball roundup: Kennedy Wallace deadly for Regina, Waterloo West tops 3A No. 1 Xavier

Regina's Kennedy Wallace hit seven 3-pointers Tuesday against Monticello. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette)
Regina's Kennedy Wallace hit seven 3-pointers Tuesday against Monticello. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette)

Metro recaps, area scores and links to coverage from high school basketball games Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017.

Metro girls

2A No. 6 Iowa City Regina 59, 2A No. 13 Monticello 33

Regina buried 10 3-pointers and rolled the Panthers, 59-33, in Monticello.

Kennedy Wallace had seven 3-pointers and 25 points to lead Regina (5-2).

4A No. 1 Marion 72, Benton Community 14

The top-ranked Indians led 54-2 over the Bobcats at halftime.

Benton Community (1-6) made just three baskets. Chloe Rice led Marion with 13 points.

Cedar Rapids Kennedy 64, Dubuque Senior 33

Up by five at halftime, the Cougars took the third quarter, 18-8, in Cedar Rapids.

Hailey Dolphin had 15 points and Auddie Alepra added 10 points for Kennedy (3-3).

Cedar Valley Christian 53, Calamus-Wheatland 48 (OT)

Cedar Valley Christian dominated the overtime period, 12-7, in Wheatland.

Molly Hembera led CVC (4-2) with 23 points.

Cedar Rapids Jefferson 77, Waterloo East 58

Erica Oler had 21 points and Jenna Griffith added 18 points as the J-Hawks won big in Cedar Rapids.

4A No. 13 Cedar Rapids Xavier 59, Waterloo West 42

Caitlynn Daniels and Libby Arnold each scored 17 points as Xavier won in Waterloo.

Cedar Rapids Washington 87, Dubuque Hempstead 82 (2OT)

The Warriors won the second overtime period, 13-8, in Dubuque.

Isa Truemper hit 8 of 11 free throws and had 24 points, and Sammy Mia hit 9 of 10 at the foul line and had 20 points for Washington (4-3).

5A No. 3 Iowa City High 53, 5A No. 2 Iowa City West 40

 

 

Welcome to No. 1, Little Hawks.

Paige Rocca ignited a fourth-quarter surge with back-to-back 3-point baskets, then Ashley Joens carried Class 5A third-rated Iowa City High home in a 53-40 non-conference girls’ basketball win over No. 2 Iowa City West on Tuesday at City High.

Tuesday’s win came four days after the Little Hawks vanquished current No. 1 Cedar Falls on the road.

Read Jeff Linder’s full story.

Metro boys

4A No. 10 Cedar Falls 85, 4A No. 6 Cedar Rapids Praire 57

AJ Green had 29 points for host Cedar Falls (3-1).

Kirs Murray had 18 points and Keegan Murray added 17 points for Prairie (2-1).

Waterloo West 54, 3A No. 1 Cedar Rapids Xavier 47

In Cedar Rapids, Waterloo West handed the top-ranked Saints their first loss of the season.

Matthew Mims had 12 points for Xavier (3-1).

Benton Community 75, Marion 64

Spencer Touro scored 23 points and Koal Marshall added 14 as the Bobcats won in Van Horne.

Chase Zielke led Marion (2-3) with 23 points.

Waterloo East 77, Cedar Rapids Jefferson 68

Waterloo East led by three points going into the final quarter in Waterloo.

Willie Guy III had 20 points to lead Jefferson (1-3).

Linn-Mar 64, Dubuque Wahlert 46

The Lions jumped out to a 13-4 lead after one quarter in Marion.

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Nolan Ruff scored 16 points and Trey Hutcheson had 14 points and 11 rebounds for Linn-Mar (3-1).

Calamus-Wheatland 76, Cedar Valley Christian 26

Calamus-Wheatland (4-2) led 50-17 at halftime.

Cole Telecky had 14 points to lead CVC (1-4).

4A No. 1 Iowa City West 75, Iowa City High 48

They’re “not consistent,” according to Steve Bergman. “Not a finished product.”

But ...

“At this point, who is?”

For December, Class 4A top-ranked Iowa City West was plenty good in a 75-48 Mississippi Valley Conference boys’ basketball conquest of Iowa City High on Tuesday at City High.

Read Jeff Linder’s full story.

Dubuque Hempstead 53, Cedar Rapids Washington 48

Hang in there. Be positive, be confident, keep working, and wins surely will follow.

Once you get one, you’re gonna get another. And another and another.

That’s the message Cedar Rapids Washington boys’ basketball coach Justin Decker imparted on his guys Tuesday night after a 53-48 loss to Dubuque Hempstead at Washington.

Read Jeff Johnson’s full story.

Area girls

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY

5A No. 1 Cedar Falls 71, 5A No. 13 Cedar Rapids Prairie 37

Cedar Rapids Jefferson 77, Waterloo East 58

Cedar Rapids Kennedy 64, Dubuque Senior 33

Cedar Rapids Washington 87, Dubuque Hempstead 82 (2OT)

4A No. 13 Cedar Rapids Xavier 59, Waterloo West 42

5A No. 3 Iowa City High 53, 5A No. 2 Iowa City West 40

Linn-Mar 49, Dubuque Wahlert 48

WAMAC

3A No. 12 Anamosa 55, Solon 36

4A No. 3 Center Point-Urbana 69, Independence 27

Clear Creek Amana 49, Vinton-Shellsburg 42

Dyersville Beckman 35, Mount Vernon 25

Maquoketa 62, West Delaware 51

4A No. 1 Marion 72, Benton Community 14

South Tama 55, Williamsburg 53

4A No. 11 Western Dubuque 55, DeWitt Central 42

RIVER VALLEY

2A No. 10 Bellevue 61, Durant 24

3A No. 7 Camanche 65, Wilton 50

2A No. 8 Cascade 73, West Branch 68

2A No. 6 Iowa City Regina 59, 3A No. 13 Monticello 33

North Cedar 60, Tipton 34

Northeast 55, West Liberty 43

TRI-RIVERS

Cedar Valley Christian 53, Calamus-Wheatland 48 (OT)

East Buchanan 63, Edgewood-Colesburg 25

2A No. 11 Maquoketa Valley 66, Alburnett 27

Midland 56, Lisbon 41

2A No. 1 North Linn 83, Central City 17

1A No. 1 Springville 72, Clinton Prince of Peace 23

Bellevue Marquette at Easton Valley, no report

NORTHEAST IOWA

3A No. 2 Crestwood 66, Waukon 37

Decorah 48, Oelwein 40

Waverly-Shell Rock 57, New Hampton 38

SOUTH IOWA CEDAR

Belle Plaine 53, Keota 38

English Valleys 49, Tri-County 16

Lynnville-Sully 53, BGM 35

1A No. 8 Montezuma 61, HLV 22

1A No. 3 North Mahaska 74, Colfax-Mingo 32

Sigourney 65, Iowa Valley 42

UPPER IOWA

1A No. 10 Lansing Kee 40, Turkey Valley 38

MFL MarMac 79, Clayton Ridge 33

South Winneshiek 42, Starmont 41

OTHERS

Baxter 45, North Tama 39

Jesup 55, Denver 46

Pekin 59, Highland 33

Winfield-Mount Union 54, Iowa Mennonite 27

Garwin GMG at Meskwaki, no report

Waterloo Columbus 54, Union Community 46

Area boys

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY

4A No. 3 Dubuque Senior 69, Cedar Rapids Kennedy 67 (OT)

4A No. 10 Cedar Falls 85, 4A No. 6 Cedar Rapids Prairie 57

Dubuque Hempstead 53, Cedar Rapids Washington 48

Linn-Mar 62, Dubuque Wahlert 41

4A No. 1 Iowa City West 75, Iowa City High 48

Waterloo East 77, Cedar Rapids Jefferson 68

Waterloo West 54, 3A No. 1 Cedar Rapids Xavier 47

WAMAC

Benton Community 75, Marion 64

Clear Creek Amana 60, Vinton-Shellsburg 50

Independence 66, Center Point-Urbana 64

Mount Vernon 57, Dyersville Beckman 56

South Tama 54, Williamsburg 48

West Delaware 71, Maquoketa 41

Western Dubuque 59, DeWitt Central 50

Anamosa at Solon, no report

RIVER VALLEY

Bellevue 69, Durant 53

Camanche 87, Wilton 58

2A No. 3 Cascade 66, West Branch 51

Northeast 60, West Liberty 44

Tipton 64, North Cedar 53

Iowa City Regina 56, Monticello 39

TRI-RIVERS

Alburnett 72, Maquoketa Valley 38

Calamus-Wheatland 76, Cedar Valley Christian 26

Edgewood-Colesburg 94, East Buchanan 34

Easton Valley 66, Bellevue Marquette 48

Lisbon 71, Midland 36

1A No. 2 North Linn 84, Central City 32

Springville at Prince of Peace, no report

NORTHEAST IOWA

Oelwein 48, Decorah 19

Waukon 64, Crestwood 58

Waverly-Shell Rock 37, New Hampton 34

SOUTH IOWA CEDAR

Colfax-Mingo 65, North Mahaska 37

Montezuma 61, HLV 22

Keota 63, Belle Plaine 56

1A No. 5 Lynnville-Sully 77, BGM 41

Sigourney 46, Iowa Valley 41

Tri-County 61, English Valleys 19

UPPER IOWA

MFL MarMac 62, Clayton Ridge 50

Postville 57, Elkader Central 46

South Winneshiek 80, Starmont 55

Turkey Valley 71, Lansing Kee 54

OTHERS

Baxter 72, North Tama 54

Iowa Mennonite 94, Winfield-Mount Union 55

Jesup 44, Denver 41

3A No. 4 Oskaloosa 83, Washington (Iowa) 50

Pekin 71, Highland 60

Waterloo Columbus 69, Union Community 57

Garwin GMG at Meskwaki, no report

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