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MONDAY RESULTS - February 29

(high school basketball)

GIRLS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES

DES MOINES -- Mikayla Nachazel scored 24 points and pulled down 10 rebounds to lead the Springville Orioles to a 60-53 quarterfinal round victory over Kingsley-Pierson Monday afternoon in the Class 1A Girls State Basketball Tournament at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines.  Springville never trailed while jumping in front 9-2 and led 15-5 after a quarter.  The Panthers, playing in their first State Tournament game since 1967, finally shook off the jitters to close to within six by halftime.  Springville built the lead back to 44-31 going into the final quarter before K-P rallied to within 55-53 on a three-point play by Addison Hirschman with 31-seconds to play.  Rylee Menster, who finished with 16 points for the Orioles, hit four free throws in the closing 31 seconds and Megan Wagaman hit another free throw to hold off the Lady Panthers.  Rachel Mercer led a balanced K-P scoring attack with 17 points while Hirschman finished with 14 points and 14 rebounds.  Allison Bailey added another 10 points and freshman Madison Goodwin had nine.  Kingsley-Pierson closes out a 21-and-3 season.


CLASS 1A QUARTERFINALS
#1-Turkey Valley (25-0) 55, Mount Ayr (18-8) 51
#4-Burlington Notre Dame (24-1) 56, #5-Lansing Kee (22-3) 44
#3-Springville (24-1) 60, #6-Kingsley-Pierson (21-3) 53
#7-Newell-Fonda (19-6) 53, #2-Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton (23-1) 42

CLASS 2A QUARTERFINALS
#1-Western Christian (23-2) 61, #8-Central Decatur (23-2) 50
#5-Okoboji (24-1) 48, #4-Pekin (24-2) 44
#3-Unity Christian (23-1) 52, #6-West Branch (21-4) 33


CLASS 3A BOYS SUB-STATE FINALS
sub-state 1 - #4-M-O-C/Floyd Valley 81, Carroll 29
sub-state 2 - #3-Spirit Lake 60, Webster City 50

(college basketball)

AMES — Georges Niang had 17 points and 10 rebounds in his last home game for Iowa State, helping the 21st-ranked Cyclones earn a 58-50 win against Oklahoma State. Abdel Nader scored 19 points and Jameel McKay added six and 10 rebounds as Iowa State clinched its fifth straight winning season in conference play.

(1) Kansas 86, (23) Texas 56
(8) North Carolina 75, Syracuse 70
(21) Iowa State 58, Oklahoma State 50

(N-B-A basketball)

Cleveland 100, Indiana 96
Washington 116, Philadelphia 108
Boston 100, Utah 95
Milwaukee 128, Houston 121
Memphis 103, Denver 96
Oklahoma City 131, Sacramento 116
L.A. Clippers 105, Brooklyn 95

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Rangers 2, Columbus 1
Philadelphia 5, Calgary 3
Pittsburgh 6, Arizona 0
Tampa Bay 2, Toronto 1
Detroit 3, Dallas 2, OT
San Jose 6, Montreal 2

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - March 1

(high school basketball)

GIRLS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES
CLASS 2A QUARTERFINALS
#2-Iowa City Regina (25-0) 59, #7-Manson-Northwest Webster (20-5) 47

CLASS 3A QUARTERFINALS
#1-Pocahontas Area (25-0) 83, Mount Vernon (16-9) 43
#4-Cherokee (23-2) 72, #6-Osage (21-4) 67
#2-Center Point-Urbana (24-1) 48, #14-Mid-Prairie (16-9) 43
#3-Nevada (22-3) 59, #7-Sioux Center (20-5) 44

CLASS 4A QUARTERFINALS
#9-Mason City (16-8) 47, #1-Western Dubuque (24-1) 39
#5-Keokuk (22-2) 59, #4-Ballard (22-2) 44


CLASS 4A BOYS SUB-STATE FINALS
sub-state 1 - #2-Council Bluffs A-L 72, Sioux City East 65

(college basketball)

IOWA CITY — Yogi Ferrell had 20 points and Troy Williams added 15 to lead No. 12 Indiana to an 81-78 triumph at No. 16 Iowa. Ferrell drained a crucial 3-pointer with 37 seconds to secure the Hoosiers' 24th victory and their second outright Big Ten regular-season title in four years.  Iowa's fourth straight loss drops the Hawkeyes to a 20-and-9 record with an 11-and-6 Big Ten mark.

(3) Villanova 83, DePaul 62
(4) Virginia 64, Clemson 57
(6) Oklahoma 73, (19) Baylor 71
(11) Louisville 56, Georgia Tech 53
(12) Indiana 81, (16) Iowa 78
(15) Purdue 81, Nebraska 62
(17) Duke 79, Wake Forest 71
(20) Texas A&M 81, Auburn 63
(22) Kentucky 88, Florida 79

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 126, Phoenix 92
Miami 129, Chicago 111
Portland 104, New York 85
Dallas 121, Orlando 108
Golden State 109, Atlanta 105, OT
L.A. Lakers 107, Brooklyn 101

(N-H-L hockey)

St. Louis 4, Ottawa 3, SO
Boston 2, Calgary 1
Carolina 3, New Jersey 1
Edmonton 2, Buffalo 1, OT
Washington 3, Pittsburgh 2
Nashville 5, Dallas 3
Minnesota 6, Colorado 3
Florida 3, Winnipeg 2
N.Y. Islanders 3, Vancouver 2

(major league spring training baseball)

Atlanta 4, Baltimore 4, tie, 10 innings
Toronto 5, Philadelphia 3
Pittsburgh 4, Detroit 2
Cincinnati 6, Cleveland 5

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS - March 2

(high school basketball)

GIRLS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES
CLASS 4A QUARTERFINALS
#8-Pella (22-2) 47, #2-Lewis Central (20-2) 41
#7-Marion (20-4) 46, #3-Harlan (20-3) 38

CLASS 5A QUARTERFINALS
#6-Linn-Mar (20-4) 60, #5-Indianola (22-2) 39
#1-Johnston (21-3) 60, #9-Southeast Polk (18-6) 48
#3-Ankeny Centennial (21-3) 56, #8-Davenport North (21-4) 52
#4-Cedar Falls (22-2) 48, #7-Waukee (17-6) 46

(college basketball)

(2) Michigan State 97, Rutgers 66
(7) Miami 68, Notre Dame 50
(9) Oregon 76, U-C-L-A 68
(10) West Virginia 90, Texas Tech 68

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 119, Philadelphia 99
Orlando 102, Chicago 89
Toronto 104, Utah 94
Boston 116, Portland 93
Washington 104, Minnesota 98
Indiana 104, Milwaukee 99
San Antonio 97, Detroit 81
Memphis 104, Sacramento 98
Houston 100, New Orleans 95
Denver 117, L.A. Lakers 107
L.A. Clippers 103, Oklahoma City 98

(N-H-L hockey)

Anaheim 3, Montreal 2, SO
Washington 3, Toronto 2
Chicago 5, Detroit 2

(major league spring training baseball)

Atlanta 11, Baltimore 4
Detroit (ss) 10, Pittsburgh 3
Minnesota 7, Boston 4
N.Y. Yankees 10, Detroit (ss) 9
Washington 6, Tampa Bay 2
Philadelphia 4, Toronto 4, tie
Cleveland 4, Cincinnati 4, tie
Texas 6, Kansas City 2
San Francisco 4, L.A. Angels 1
Seattle 7, San Diego 0
Arizona 6, Colorado 3

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS - March 3

(high school basketball)

GIRLS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES
CLASS 1A SEMIFINALS
#1-Turkey Valley (26-0) 79, #4-Burlington Notre Dame (24-2) 67
#3-Springville (25-1) 59, #7-Newell-Fonda (19-7) 52

CLASS 2A SEMIFINALS
#1-Western Christian (24-2) 70, #5-Okoboji (24-2) 41
#3-Unity Christian (24-1) 53, #2-Iowa City Regina (25-1) 45

CLASS 3A SEMIFINALS

#1-Pocahontas Area (26-0) 102, #4-Cherokee (23-3) 91
#3-Nevada (23-3) 47, #2-Center Point-Urbana (24-2) 41

(college basketball)

(14) Maryland 81, Illinois 55
(18) Arizona 64, (25) California 61
(24) S-M-U 80, U-Conn 54

Big Ten Women's Tournament: Iowa 97, Michigan 85

(N-B-A basketball)

Miami 108, Phoenix 92
San Antonio 94, New Orleans 86
Sacramento 104, Dallas 101
Golden State 121, Oklahoma City 106

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 4, Chicago 2
Buffalo 6, Calgary 3
Edmonton 4, Philadelphia 0
Pittsburgh 4, N.Y. Rangers 1
Minnesota 2, Toronto 1
Tampa Bay 4, Ottawa 1
New Jersey 5, Nashville 4, OT
N.Y. Islanders 4, Winnipeg 3, OT
Colorado 3, Florida 2
Anaheim 5, Arizona 1
San Jose 3, Vancouver 2
Los Angeles 3, Montreal 2

(major league spring training baseball)

St. Louis 4, Miami 3
Tampa Bay 10, Baltimore 3
Toronto 10, Pittsburgh 8
Houston 3, Philadelphia (ss) 2
Washington 9, N.Y. Mets 4
Detroit 8, Atlanta 2
Philadelphia (ss) 13, N.Y. Yankees 4
Cincinnati 9, Cleveland 1
L.A. Dodgers 6, Chicago White Sox 1
Milwaukee (ss) 2, Chicago Cubs 1
Texas 10, Kansas City 0
Milwaukee (ss) 8, San Francisco 7
L.A. Angels 8, Oakland 2
Seattle 6, San Diego 5
Colorado 6, Arizona 5
Boston 6, Minnesota 5

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - March 4

(high school basketball)

GIRLS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES
CLASS 4A SEMIFINALS
#9-Mason City (17-8) 57, #5-Keokuk (22-3) 45
#8-Pella (23-2) 54, #7-Marion (20-5) 48

CLASS 5A SEMIFINALS

#1-Johnston (22-3) 51, #6-Linn-Mar (20-5) 39
#3-Ankeny Centennial (22-3) 57, #4-Cedar Falls (22-3) 31`


CLASS 1A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
#3-Springville (26-1) 49, #1-Turkey Valley (26-1) 48

DES MOINES — Alyssa Jaeger sank two free throws with 3.2 seconds left to give Springville a 49-48 victory over Turkey Valley in the Iowa girls Class 1A state championship.  Jaeger's shots on a 1-and-1 ended a game of huge swings and gave Springville (26-1) its second title. The Orioles blew a 15-point lead and fell behind by five points before settling down and handing top-ranked Turkey Valley its first loss.


CLASS 2A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
#3-Unity Christian (25-1) 42, #1-Western Christian (24-3) 41

DES MOINES — Josie Blankespoor scored the go-ahead basket with 2 minutes left and Orange City Unity Christian held on during a hectic final minute to edge Hull Western Christian 42-41 Friday night and win its second straight Class 2A state championship.  Western Christian had a chance in the closing seconds after Ashtyn Veerbeek sank the first of two free throws with 6.5 seconds remaining to make it a one-point game.
She missed the second and Blankespoor rebounded but was tied up. The possession arrow favored Western so the Wolfpack kept the ball.
But Erika Feenstra missed a layup and Western couldn't get off a second shot before the buzzer, allowing the Knights to escape with the title.
Anna Kiel led Unity Christian (25-1) with 13 points and 15 rebounds and was voted captain of the all-tournament team. Veerbeek led Western Christian (24-3) with 13 points.

(college basketball)

Big Ten Women's Tournament: (5) Maryland 75, Iowa (19-13) 55

Men's Top 25

(23) Texas 62, Oklahoma State 50

(N-B-A basketball)

Miami 112, Philadelphia 102
Phoenix 102, Orlando 84
Charlotte 108, Indiana 101
Toronto 117, Portland 115
Boston 105, New York 104
Milwaukee 116, Minnesota 101
Memphis 94, Utah 88
Cleveland 108, Washington 83
Brooklyn 121, Denver 120
Atlanta 106, L.A. Lakers 77

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Rangers 3, Washington 2
Columbus 6, Edmonton 3
Dallas 4, New Jersey 2

(major league spring training baseball)

Boston 7, Tampa Bay 2
Houston 6, St. Louis 3
Miami (ss) 5, Washington 4
Detroit 3, N.Y. Yankees 0
Pittsburgh 2, Minnesota 2, tie
Philadelphia 12, Atlanta 11
Toronto 4, Baltimore 3
N.Y. Mets 4, Miami (ss) 4, tie
Milwaukee 5, Seattle 2
San Francisco 4, Cincinnati 3
Cleveland 5, Chicago White Sox 5, tie
L.A. Dodgers 3, Texas 3, tie
Oakland (ss) 9, Colorado 4
Arizona 6, Oakland (ss) 3
Chicago Cubs 3, L.A. Angels 0
San Diego 3, Kansas City 1

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - March 5

(high school basketball)

GIRLS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES
CLASS 3A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
#1-Pocahontas Area (27-0) 59, #3-Nevada (23-4) 49

DES MOINES — Elle Ruffridge scored 23 points and Pocahontas Area beat defending champion Nevada 59-49 Saturday night to win the Class 3A state title.  Pocahontas (27-0) ended the first half with a 19-1 run to erase a nine-point deficit and avenged a 58-54 loss to top-ranked Nevada in last year's championship game. It wasn't nearly as fast-paced as Pocahontas' 102-91 semifinal victory over Cherokee, but was far more satisfying.  Faith Meyer added 13 points and eight rebounds for the top-ranked Indians, Payton Hjerleid scored 10 and Grace Meyer grabbed 12 rebounds to go with eight points.  Lexy Koudelka led Nevada (23-4) with 26 points on 10-for-13 shooting and grabbed 12 rebounds. Abby Stephenson added 13 points for the Cubs, who had a size advantage but couldn't keep up with their quicker opponent.



CLASS 4A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
#9-Mason City (18-8) 51, #8-Pella (23-3) 44

DES MOINES — Makenzie Meyer scored 25 points and continued a run of steady free throw shooting to lead Mason City past Pella 51-44 Saturday night for the Class 4A state championship.  Meyer and her teammates got back on track after blowing a 10-point lead and gave the school its first title in girls basketball. The Mohawks (18-8) had never played in the state tournament until 2011 and were just 1-4 in state tourney games before putting together three solid performances to capture the crown.  Trailing 46-41, Pella (23-3) had a chance when Mason City twice misfired on the front end of 1-and-1 free throw opportunities. But the Lady Dutch couldn't capitalize and Meyer went 5-for-6 at the free throw line in the final 35 seconds to wrap it up.  Ciara Buchheit led Pella with 14 points.



CLASS 5A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
#3-Ankeny Centennial (23-3) 46, #1-Johnston (22-4) 42

DES MOINES — Tasha Vipond scored 17 points and Keanna Williams drove for a key basket late in the game to lift Ankeny Centennial past top-ranked Johnston 46-42 Saturday night for the Class 5A state championship.  The third-ranked Jaguars (23-3) avenged a 20-point loss to Johnston during the regular season and gave coach Scott DeJong a record seventh state championship. DeJong had been tied with Bob and Sharon Hansen at six titles.  Williams, a sophomore, finished with 13 points and made all five of her free throws. Sydney Wycoff added six points on a pair of 3-point baskets and Meg Brandt contributed three steals in a defensive effort that held Johnston to its lowest point total of the season.  Taryn Knuth led Johnston (22-4) with 17 points and 11 rebounds and was voted captain of the all-tournament team.

(college basketball)

LAWRENCE, Kan. — Perry Ellis scored 22 points, including a hook shot over Iowa State's Georges Niang to ice the game, and No. 1 Kansas stretched its nation-leading home winning streak to 42 games with an 85-78 victory over the 21st-ranked Cyclones on Saturday.  Devonte Graham and Wayne Selden, Junior finished with 16 points apiece for Kansas (27-4, 15-3 Big 12), which has won 33 straight home finales.  Ellis, playing in his final game at Allen Fieldhouse, spearheaded an 11-0 run over the final 4:45 with a hustle play. He ended it with an emphatic dunk.  Kansas looked poised to break the game open with 13:21 left in the game, when Mason slipped his way through two defenders and finished at the rim. Iowa State responded with a 13-2 run to grab its largest — and last — lead at 63-59.  Niang led the Cyclones (21-10, 10-8) with 22 points and Jameel McKay added 19 points and nine rebounds.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Jarrod Uthoff scored 16 of his 29 points in the first half, and Number 16 Iowa snapped a four-game losing streak with a 71-61 win over Michigan Saturday night.  Anthony Clemmons added 12 points for the Hawkeyes (21-9, 12-6 Big Ten), who used a 14-5 run to take a 15-point lead with 10:13 to play. Michigan (20-11, 10-8) scored the next 10 points, but the Wolverines couldn't pull any closer down the stretch and now may need a strong showing in the Big Ten tournament to make it to the NCAAs.

ST. LOUIS — Wes Washpun scored 20 points and Jeremy Morgan sank the go-ahead 3-pointer in overtime Saturday to lift fourth-seeded Northern Iowa past top-seeded Wichita State 57-52 and into the championship game of the Missouri Valley Conference tournament.  Trailing by a point with two minutes left in overtime, Northern Iowa (21-12) got a free throw from Morgan to tie it at 52 before he hit the go-ahead 3-pointer on an assist from Wyatt Lohaus. The Panthers then forced a turnover and Washpun hit a jumper to extend the advantage to five with 18 seconds left.
Markis McDuffie missed a 3-pointer at the other end and Klint Carlson hauled in the defensive rebound to clinch it.  Northern Iowa trailed most of the game but stayed close and forced overtime with Wyatt Lohaus' layup to tie it at 47 at the end of regulation.  Anton Grady led Wichita State (24-8) with 14 points and Ron Baker had 12.  The Panthers will play second-seeded Evansville, which beat sixth-seeded Indiana State 69-42, in the title game.

UNDATED — Austin Peay has earned an automatic NCAA tournament berth by winning the Ohio Valley Conference tournament. Freshman Jared Savage scored all 24 of his points from 3-point range as the Governors upset No. 2 seed Tennessee Martin 83-73 in the conference title game. And Yale clinched the Ivy League's automatic NCAA bid with a 71-55 win over Columbia.

( 1) Kansas 85, (21) Iowa State 78
( 2) Michigan St. 91, Ohio St. 76
( 3) Villanova 84, Georgetown 71
( 4) Virginia 68, (11) Louisville 46
( 5) Xavier 98, Creighton 93
( 6) Oklahoma 75, T-C-U 67
Virginia Tech 77, ( 7) Miami 62
( 8) North Carolina 76, (17) Duke 72
( 9) Oregon 76, Southern Cal 66
(10) West Virginia 69, (19) Baylor 58
(13) Utah 57, Colorado 55
(16) Iowa 71, Michigan 61
(18) Arizona 94, Stanford 62
(20) Texas A&M 76, Vanderbilt 67
(22) Kentucky 94, L-S-U 77
(25) California 68, Arizona State 65

(N-B-A basketball)

Utah 106, New Orleans 94
Cleveland 120, Boston 103
Indiana 100, Washington 99
New York 102, Detroit 89
Minnesota 132, Brooklyn 118
Houston at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.
San Antonio 104, Sacramento 94
Atlanta 107, L.A. Clippers 97

(N-H-L hockey)

Minnesota 3, Buffalo 2, SO
Calgary 4, Pittsburgh 2
Nashville 5, Colorado 2
Anaheim 3, Los Angeles 2
Washington 2, Boston 1, OT
Ottawa 3, Toronto 2
Tampa Bay 4, Carolina 3, OT
Philadelphia 6, Columbus 0
Winnipeg 4, Montreal 2
Arizona 5, Florida 1
Vancouver 4, San Jose 2

(major league spring training baseball)

N.Y. Yankees 6, Boston 4
Washington 8, Detroit 4
N.Y. Mets 3, Houston 1
Minnesota 13, Baltimore (ss) 2
St. Louis 3, Miami 2
Pittsburgh 9, Atlanta 6
Toronto 9, Philadelphia 6
Cincinnati 4, Chicago Cubs 2
Chicago White Sox 7, Kansas City 6
Texas 7, San Francisco (ss) 5
San Francisco (ss) 6, Cleveland 2
Oakland 8, Milwaukee 8, tie
L.A. Dodgers 7, Arizona 2
L.A. Angels 9, Seattle 7
Colorado 9, San Diego 5
Tampa Bay 10, Baltimore (ss) 6

 

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS - March 6

(indoor football)

Sioux City Bandits (2-0) 41, Chicago Eagles 39

(college basketball)

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Wes Washpun's jumper from the top of the key bounced high off the back of the rim and fell in at the buzzer and Northern Iowa survived after squandering a 17-point lead, beating Evansville 56-54 in the Missouri Valley Conference title game Sunday.  Washpun had 18 points, five rebounds and three assists for Northern Iowa (22-12). Klint Carlson added 17 points for the fourth seed, which repeated as champion. The Panthers beat top seed Wichita State in overtime in the semifinals before dispatching second seed Evansville (25-9) for the third time this season — all of them close.  D.J. Balentine had 20 points and Jaylon Brown added 18 for Evansville, which hasn't made it to the NCAA Tournament since 1999. The conference tourney winner gets an automatic bid and Wichita State could get an at-large bid.

MISSORI VALLEY CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP GAME:  Northern Iowa 56, Evansville 54

Top 25 results:

(12) Indiana 80, (14) Maryland 62
(15) Purdue 91, Wisconsin 80
Cincinnati 61, (24) S-M-U 54

(N-B-A basketball)

L.A. Lakers 112, Golden State 95
Oklahoma City 104, Milwaukee 96
Phoenix 109, Memphis 100
Denver 116, Dallas 114, OT
Miami 103, Philadelphia 98
Detroit 123, Portland 103
Houston 113, Toronto 107

(N-H-L hockey)

Dallas 2, Ottawa 1
Pittsburgh 6, New Jersey 1
N.Y. Islanders 6, N.Y. Rangers 4
Chicago 4, Detroit 1
Edmonton 2, Winnipeg 1
St. Louis 4, Minnesota 2

(major league spring training baseball)

Boston 8, Baltimore 7
Philadelphia 6, N.Y. Yankees 5
Minnesota 5, Tampa Bay 4
Detroit 9, Miami 2
Houston (ss) 11, Pittsburgh 8
Washington 5, St. Louis 2
Houston (ss) 7, Toronto 1
N.Y. Mets 7, Atlanta 5
L.A. Dodgers 5, San Francisco 2
Seattle 7, Texas 3
Colorado 9, Cincinnati 3
Chicago White Sox 8, San Diego (ss) 1
Milwaukee 6, Cleveland 5
Kansas City 6, L.A. Angels 1
Arizona 8, Chicago Cubs 3
Oakland 6, San Diego (ss) 5


 

 

 

   

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