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Boys basketball

Iowa districts

Class 1A District 8

Thursday's score

North Linn 59, Clinton Prince of Peace 48

Class 2A Substate 4 final

Saturday's game

At Muscatine -- Camanche (21-2) vs. West Branch (18-5), 7 p.m.

Class 3A District 7

Thursday's score

Dubuque Wahlert 61, Assumption 53

Class 3A District 8

Thursday's score

Cedar Rapids Xavier 63, Mount Vernon 55

Class 4A Substate 5

Today's games

Pleasant Valley (11-11) at Iowa City West (18-3), 7 p.m.

Linn-Mar (10-12) at Muscatine (14-6), 7 p.m.

Class 4A Substate 6

Today's games

Davenport West (5-17) at Bettendorf (16-5), 7 p.m.

Davenport Central (17-4) at North Scott (15-6), 7 p.m.

Illinois regionals

Class 2A at Morrison

Today's championship

Sterling Newman vs. Winnebago, 7 p.m.

Class 2A at Kewanee

Today's championship

Kewanee vs. Monmouth-Roseville, 7 p.m.

Class 2A at Mercer County

Today's championship

Rockridge vs. Alleman, 7 p.m.

Class 1A at Henry

Today's championship

Annawan vs. Galva, 7 p.m.

Dubuque Wahlert 61, Assumption 53

DUBUQUE WAHLERT (7-15) \u2014 Matthew Bandy 3-10 3-4 9, Craig Collins 3-6 2-4 9, Austin Savary 3-11 0-1 6, Will Leytem 5-8 4-5 16, Peter Timmerman 4-9 6-8 16, Jackson Jaeger 2-2 0-0 5, Samuel Herrig 0-1 0-0 0, Riley Bohr 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 20-48 15-22 61.

ASSUMPTION (13-10) \u2014 Luke Fennelly 1-6 0-0 2, Trenton Wallace 5-10 1-2 11, Trent Fitzpatrick 3-9 2-2 10, Ray Thrapp 3-7 2-2 8, Liam Robbins 6-8 0-0 12, Dylan Peeters 3-7 0-0 6, Landon Dugan 1-2 0-0 2, Thomas Wahl 1-1 0-0 2, Brock Grenier 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 23-50 5-6 53.

Wahlert;11;8;20;22;--;61

Assumption;11;15;13;14;--;53

3-point goals -- Wahlert 6-18 (Timmerman 2-4, Leytem 2-3, Jaeger 1-1, Collins 1-4, Savary 0-5, Herrig 0-1); Assumption 2-13 (Fitzpatrick 2-4, Fennelly 0-3, Wallace 0-3, Thrapp 0-2, Dugan 0-1). Rebounds -- Wahlert 21 (Bandy 5); Assumption 33 (Robbins 15). Turnovers -- Wahlert 5, Assumption 15. Total fouls -- Wahlert 11, Assumption 19. Fouled out -- Fitzpatrick.

North Linn 59, Prince of Peace 48

PRINCE OF PEACE \u2014 Seth Moeller 7-19 1-2 18, Will Andresen 4-5 0-0 9, Aedan Marlowe 5-10 3-3 13, Devin Bilek 0-5 1-2 1, Patrick Mulholland 0-2 2-2 2, Kadion Larson 2-6 0-0 5, Connor Williams 0-0 0-0 0, Payton Schnier 0-0 0-0 0, Johann Hudson 0-1 0-0 0, Nathan Moeller 0-0 0-0 0, Aidan Sager 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 18-48 7-9 48.

NORTH LINN \u2014 Ryan Miller 6-16 0-1 14, Trevor Boge 2-2 0-0 4, Adam Waskow 1-7 0-0 2, David Seber 1-7 0-0 2, Jake Hilmer 9-19 16-18 35, Carter Johnson 0-0 2-2 2. Totals 19-51 18-21 59.

Prince of Peace;12;4;15;17;--;48

North Linn;15;21;7;16;--;59

3-point field goals \u2014 Prince of Peace 5-9 (SMoeller 3-6, Andresen 1-1, Larson 1-1, Hudson 0-1), North Linn 3-14 (Miller 2-6, Hilmer 1-4, Seber 0-4). Fouls \u2014 Prince of Peace 19, North Linn 13. Fouled out \u2014 Marlowe, Bilek, Waskow. Rebounds \u2014 Prince of Peace 29 (Marlowe 8), North Linn 35 (Waskow 13). Turnovers \u2014 Prince of Peace 15, North Linn 10.

Girls basketball

Illinois all-state teams

Class 1A

First team --\u00a0Jayde VanHyfte, Annawan, Jr., F; Grace Baalman, Hardin Calhoun, Sr., C; Anaya Peoples, Danville Schlarman, So., G; Katie Furlong, Galena, Sr., F; Alyssa Iverson, Elgin Harvest Christian, Jr., G

NOTE: VanHyfte and Baalman were unanimous selections

Second team --Jaynee Prestegaard, Ashton-Franklin Cen, So., F; Jill Niehaus, Mt. Olive, Sr., F; Annika Kaufmann, Winchester West Cen., So., G; Kendra Bass, Lebanon, Jr., G; Blair Borrowman, Barry Western, Jr., G

HONORABLE MENTION -\u00a0Jordan Hildebrand (Mendon Unity, Sr., 5-10 F), Lexi Loftus (LaMoille-Ohio, Jr., 5-8 G/F), Brittney Litton (Wethersfield, So., 5-9 G), Sydney Rock (Winchester West Central, Sr., 5-8 F), Skylar Hayes (Mount Pulaski, So., 5-9 G/F), Junie Zirkelbach (Hardin Calhoun, Jr., 5-9 G), Carlie Barman (Ridgewood, Jr., 5-5 G), Hailey Chubb (Gallatin County, Jr., 5-7 G), Lucy Waid (Princeville, Jr., 6-1 C), Capria Brown (Danville Schlarman, Fr., 5-8 G), Caroline Boehne (Centralia Christ Our Rock Lutheran, Jr., 6-0 F), Madison Hackstadt (Okawville, Jr., 5-11 G), Katie Elmore (Springfield Lutheran, Sr., 5-10 G).

Class 2A

First team -- Morgan Griffith, West Frankfort, Sr., G/F; Lexi DeVries, Byron, Sr., G/F; Tessa Leman, Eureka, Jr., F; Maddie Spagnola, Elgin St. Edward, Sr., G; Faith Anderson, Sherrard, Sr., F

NOTE: Morgan Griffith was a unanimous selection.

Second team --\u00a0Gabby Kreykes, Illiana Christian, Sr., G; Sammi Matoush, Hillsboro, So., G; Grace Schroeder, Iroquois West, Jr., G; Hannah Garascia, Sesser-Valier, Sr., G/F; Hunter Galassi, Spring Valley Hall, Sr., F/G

HONORABLE MENTION -\u00a0Ashley Ford (Tri-City/Sangamon Valley, Sr., 6-2 C), Lauren Shanks (Bloomington Central Catholic, So., 5-4 G), Madisyn Fischer (Peoria Christian, Sr., 5-11 F/G), Katryel Clark (Auburn, Jr., 6-0 C), Katelyn Young (Oakwood, Fr., 6-1 C), Matty Hawkins (Harrisburg, Jr., 6-2 C), Jessica Hopson (Harrisburg, Jr., 5-8 G/F), Jaylin Haley (Sesser-Valier, Sr., 5-7 G), Lindsey Holhubner (Vienna, Jr., 6-0 F), Madi Epperson (Athens, Sr., 5-7 G), Jordan Price (Fulton, Sr., 5-7 G), Micah Tapscott (Athens, Sr., 5-10 F), Bailey Burrows (Byron, Sr., 6-2 C), Laney Lantz (Central-Southeastern, So., 5-8 G), Kelsey Gerdes (Breese Mater Dei, Sr., 5-8 G), Kyleigh Vaught (Belleville Althoff, Sr., 5-7 G), Mallory Hillman (Rock Island Alleman, Sr., 5-8 F).

Illinois sectionals

Class 4A

At Normal

Thursday's score

Edwardsville 48, Rock Island 46

Illinois state tournament

At Redbird Arena, Normal

Class 1A

Today's semifinals

Annawan vs. Harvest Christian Academy, 11 a.m.

Mendon Unity vs. Calhoun, 12:45 p.m.

Saturday's games

Third-place game -- 11 a.m.

Championship -- 12:45 p.m.

Iowa state tournament

at Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines

Class 1A

Quarterfinals\u00a0

Monday's games

Springville (22-2) vs. Burlington Notre Dame (19-6), 10 a.m.

Bellevue Marquette (21-3) vs. Kingsley-Pierson (23-1), 11:45 a.m.

Turkey Valley (21-3) vs. Janesville (24-0), 1:30 p.m.

Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton (23-1) vs. Sidney (23-1), 3:15 p.m.\u00a0

Class 2A

Monday's games

Iowa City Regina (25-0) vs. Logan-Magnolia (21-3), 5 p.m.\u00a0

Western Christian (22-2) vs. North Linn (24-1), 6:45 p.m.\u00a0

Treynor (25-0) vs. Van Meter (21-3), 8:30 p.m.\u00a0

Tuesday's game

Central Decatur (24-0) vs. Cascade (22-2), 10 a.m.

Class 3A

Tuesday's games

Sioux Center (24-0) vs. PCM (20-4), 11:45 a.m.

Crestwood (22-1) vs. Cherokee (20-3), 1:30 p.m.

Center Point-Urbana (21-3) vs. Davenport Assumption (16-7), 3:15 p.m.

Pocahontas Area (24-1) vs. Clear Lake (21-3), 5 p.m.

Class 4A

Tuesday's games

Nevada (22-1) vs. North Scott (18-5), 6:45 p.m.\u00a0

Grinnell (19-4) vs. Cedar Rapids Xavier (17-6), 8:30 p.m.\u00a0

Wednesday's games

Marion (22-1) vs. Boone (19-5), 10 a.m.\u00a0

Pella (19-4) vs. Lewis Central (22-1), 11:45 a.m.\u00a0

Class 5A

Wednesday's games

Indianola (23-0) vs. Johnston (19-4), 1:30 p.m.\u00a0

Iowa City High (22-1) vs. Cedar Falls (21-2), 3:15 p.m.\u00a0

West Des Moines Valley (21-2) vs. Dowling Catholic, 5 p.m.\u00a0

Iowa City West (20-3) vs. Waukee (18-4), 6:45 p.m.

Edwardsville 48, Rock Island 46

Rock Island (31-2) Brea Beal 8-13 2-3 20, Chrislyn Carr 5-17 8-8 22, Lauren Hall 0-5 0-0 0, Justice Edell 2-5 0-0 4, Dellaney Anderson 0-0 0-0 0, Anne Awour 0-0 0-0 0, Mariah Anderson 0-2 0-0 0, Jameshia Walls 0-0 0-0 0, Sophia Thomer 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 15-42 10-11 46.

Edwardsville (30-0) Criste \u2018on Waters 2-6 3-4 7, Makenzie Silvey 5-7 6-7 18, \u00a0Rachel Pranger 2-4 5-6 9, Kate Martin 2-8 2-2 6, Myriah Haywood 3-6 0-0 6, Quierra Love 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 15-32 16-19 48.

Rock Island;10;7;12;17;--;46

Edwardsville;18;8;6;16;--;48

Total fouls (fouled out): Rock Island 17 (Beal), Edwardsville 12 (none). 3-pointers: Rock Island 6-16 (Beal 2-3, Carr 4-8, Edell 0-2, Hall 0-1, M. Anderson 0-2), Edwardsville 2-5 (Silvey 2-3, \u2018on Waters 0-1, Martin 0-1); Turnovers: Rock Island 12, Edwardsville 13. Rebounds: Rock Island 23 (Beal 9), Edwardsville 20 (Pranger 6).\u00a0

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When Liam Robbins has avoided foul trouble this season, Davenport Assumption's boys basketball team has been quite formidable.

Unfortunately for the Knights, there have been too many nights this winter the 6-foot-11 senior post has been saddled to the bench with fouls.

Dubuque Wahlert capitalized on Robbins' absence in a big way Thursday night.

The Golden Eagles strung together a 20-4 flurry in the second half, much of it with Robbins on the bench, to end the Knights' season 61-53 in a Class 3A district final at Assumption High School.

\"We need Liam on the floor,\" Assumption coach Matt Fitzpatrick said. \"We could never quite figure out how to keep him in games this year. When he's not on the floor, we're not as good.\"

Wahlert (7-15) made only five of 23 shots in the opening half. It converted 15 of 25 attempts in the second half to pour in 42 points.

After Robbins picked up his third foul early in the third quarter, the Golden Eagles attacked the interior to chip away at a seven-point halftime deficit.

Then, Wahlert found its touch from the perimeter. Will Leytem and Peter Timmerman each had 16 points for the Golden Eagles, who meet Cedar Rapids Xavier in a substate final Monday night at the U.S. Cellular Center in Cedar Rapids.

\"We knew if we could get (Robbins) on the bench, that could be big,\" Wahlert coach Tom English said. \"He's a difference-maker defensively, and we had a hard time stopping him on the other end as well.\"

Robbins registered a team-high 12 points and grabbed a game-high 15 rebounds. Still, he spent more than seven minutes on the bench in the second half because of three or four fouls.

\"It was a spark for them when that happened,\" Assumption's Trenton Wallace said. \"It was a different feel for us on defense. We had to focus more on stopping the inside game. Once we did that, they kicked out and hit some 3s.\"

Top-seeded Assumption (13-10) beat Wahlert by 16 points in the season opener, thanks to 26 of 26 shooting at the foul line. In the rematch, the Knights were 5 of 6 at the line compared to 15 of 22 for the Golden Eagles.

Fitzpatrick's team turned the ball over 15 times and were 2 of 13 from beyond the arc.

\"Wahlert out-played us, out-hustled us and out-toughed us that entire second half,\" Fitzpatrick said. \"In the first half, we were contesting everything and aggressive on close-outs.

\"We had some major mental breakdowns in that second half that allowed them to get in a flow.\"

Wahlert, last year's state runner-up, lost its top 10 scorers from a season ago. It has played arguably the toughest schedule in the state\u00a0\u2014 10 games against teams ranked in Class 4A at some point this year.

In fact, it beat 4A top-10 Dubuque Hempstead and Cedar Falls.

\"We knew it was going to be a learning curve and it has been tough to put wins on the board against that schedule,\" English said. \"We're not surprised that we're here. This team is playing well down the stretch like I thought we would.\"

Assumption was 5-18 a season ago and near the bottom of the conference. It improved its win total by eight and finished tied for fifth this year.

The Knights return a good nucleus with Trent Fitzpatrick, Dylan Peeters and Ray Thrapp.

\"This was one of the toughest teams I've ever played on,\" Wallace said. \"This is the best year I've ever had of playing basketball in my career. I'd do anything to be back with this group of guys.\"

That's what was so troubling for Fitzpatrick afterward. He felt with a veteran group and wins over Wahlert and Xavier earlier this season, this team had the ingredients to reach the state tournament.

\"It is hard because I want to go and coach them right now,\" he said. \"I want to get ready for a game on Monday. It just doesn't seem quite real right now.

\"I'm proud of the strides we made, but we've still got a ways to go.\"

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NORMAL, Ill. \u2014 Rock Island did everything but win the game.

In the end, the result was the same as the last two years for the Rocks in Thursday's Class 4A sectional final.

No. 3-ranked Edwardsville advanced to Monday's supersectional with a 48-46 victory over No. 2 Rock Island at Normal Community High School. It is the third consecutive year the Rocks' season has ended at the hands of Edwardsville (30-0) in the sectional championship game.

Chrislyn Carr\u2019s bucket on a floater with about a second left cut a four-point margin to two for the final score. Carr, a junior, finished with 22 points.

Rock Island sophomore star Brea Beal had 20 herself along with nine rebounds despite spending a lot of time on the bench after collecting her third foul with 1:01 to go in the first half. She fouled out with 34.7 seconds left in the game while going for a steal as the Tigers stalled near half court with the ball and lead.

Rock Island was once down 26-13 but played with no fear in the second half and a lot more poise and intensity. Senior Justice Edell played a spirited game for Rock Island, finishing her finale with four points and five rebounds. She started a 9-0 third-quarter run with a bucket that brought the Rocks back into the game.

\u201cWhen we came back, the crowd\u2019s going crazy,\u201d Beal said. \u201cWe are all cheering each other on. We are all just going at it. Coming so close to them, and feeling like, hey we got this. It\u2019s still a devastating loss compared to last year.\u201d

Rock Island took a brief 39-38 lead with 2:15 to go in the fourth quarter on a Beal 3-pointer from beyond the top of the key. Unfortunately for Rock Island, Southern Illinois-bound Makenzie Silvey drained a distant 3 from the left wing on the very next trip down the floor for a 41-39 Tigers lead.

\u201cI didn\u2019t realize how deep I was,\u201d said Silvey, who finished with 18 points, including 5-for-5 on free throws after that shot to preserve the lead. \u201cWe were just trying to execute our plan and find a good shot. I did a little pass fake and the defense kind of jumped out, so I just shot it and fortunately it went in.\u201d

Both coaches said it was the difference-maker after the game.

\u201cThat\u2019s Silvey,\u201d said Edwardsville coach Lori Blade with a knowing smile. \u201cShe doesn\u2019t get a lot of the recognition, but has a great basketball IQ and understanding of the game, and I would not trade her for anything.\u201d

Added Hoover: \u201cWe\u2019re up one, and Silvey hits a 22-foot 3-pointer to put them back up by two. If that shot doesn\u2019t go in and we get the rebound \u2026 that\u2019s a huge shot. And then she makes all her free throws. That\u2019s why she\u2019s a college basketball player.\u201d

Rachel Pranger added nine points for the Tigers, including four free throws in the fourth quarter. Criste'on Waters added seven points and Kate Martin six.

Silvey\u2019s drive off the opening tip looked like it was the start of a rout, but the Rocks stormed back after recharging and regrouping at halftime. Still, their spectacular season ends with a 31-2 record.

\u201cIn the second half, we just tried to do what we do, do what we have done all season,\u201d Hoover said. \u201cWe played with a little more patience on offense and got some ball movement, moved some people.

\"Defensively, I thought we turned up the intensity and started playing more where we were directing them and making them do what we wanted to do. We did that for most of the second half. We just came up short.\u201d

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MAQUOKETA, Iowa \u2014 Bob Hilmer and his son, Mike, who serve as co-head coaches of the North Linn basketball team, knew what they were getting into.

Their unbeaten Lynx, ranked No. 1 in Iowa Class 1A, had only one game all season in which any team came within 20 points of them but that one \u2014 a 14-point victory back in mid-December \u2014 stuck with them. They remembered the type of relentless effort the opposing team gave.

So they knew their rematch with Clinton Prince of Peace on Thursday night in the 1A District 8 championship game wasn\u2019t going to be easy. And it wasn\u2019t.

Prince of Peace staged a second-half rally in which it sliced a 24-point deficit down to six before finally going down to a 59-48 loss to North Linn at Maquoketa High School.

Sophomore guard Jake Hilmer, Mike\u2019s son and Bob\u2019s grandson, led North Linn with 35 points after netting 34 in that earlier conquest of the Irish.

The Lynx (24-0) will now face Clayton Ridge for a berth in the state tournament Saturday night at West Delaware.

\u201cI was just happy with the win because they played us tough the first time,\u2019\u2019 Bob Hilmer said.

\u201cI told my son today that I\u2019d be happy with an ugly 1-point win,\u2019\u2019 he added. \u201cHe said \u2018I\u2019d really like to win by a nice comfortable 10.\u2019\u2019\u2019

They won by 11, but it was hardly comfortable.

It looked as though it might be that way, though, when the Lynx scored the last 15 points of the second quarter to open a 36-16 halftime lead, then extended the margin to 42-18 in the third quarter.

But the Irish went to a three-quarters court trap after halftime that got the Lynx out of their rhythm a little bit. Led by senior center Aedan Marlowe, who finished with 13 points and eight rebounds, the Irish began to climb back into the game, going on a 13-1 scoring run to end the third period.

Senior Seth Moeller took over in the fourth quarter, scoring 11 of his team-high 18 points in that period, including three straight 3-pointers. A Moeller three with 3 minutes, 13 seconds remaining sliced the deficit to just 51-45, prompting the Lynx to call a timeout.

A putback by center Adam Waskow \u2014 his only points of the game \u2014 and two Hilmer free throws allowed the Lynx to hold on after that.

\u201cThe kids never gave up,\u2019\u2019 Prince of Peace coach Gerry Murphy said. \u201cIt\u2019s a great group of kids. I told them if you\u2019re going to lose, at least go out with a great second half\u2019 and we did.\u2019\u2019

He pointed to his team\u2019s doldrums at the end of the second quarter as a big cause of the defeat. The Irish were outscored 21-4 in that period.

\u201cOne bad quarter,\u2019\u2019 Murphy said. \u201cYou can\u2019t have that against a team like North Linn.\u2019\u2019

Murphy also pointed to the performance of Jake Hilmer as a big factor, describing the 5-foot-10 sophomore as \u201ca one-man wrecking crew.\u2019\u2019

The majority of Hilmer\u2019s nine field goals came on drives to the hoop and he also made 16 of 18 free throws.

\u201cThe big thing is we kept our composure,\u2019\u2019 Jake Hilmer said. \u201cWe don\u2019t have any seniors, but all of us probably have been playing together since the second or third grade. We\u2019ve been in a lot of close games like this.\u2019\u2019

He said he knew when he saw the pairings that this was a game he and his teammates would need to show up for.

\u201cThey play like seniors,\u2019\u2019 he said of Prince of Peace. \u201cWe got them down 20 and they didn\u2019t flinch. They just kept coming.\u2019\u2019

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Morgan VanHyfte greeted her sister, Jayde, with a hug as she held the supersectional championship trophy Monday night in Oglesby.

Morgan later tweeted a video of the embrace, telling her sister how proud she is of her accomplishments. She ended the tweet with a message: Now go win state on my home court.

Glad I could surprise this champ tonight. So proud of you and all your accomplishments. I love you JD. Now go win state on my home court \u2764 pic.twitter.com/szO6XDitJX

— Morgan VanHyfte (@VanHyfte_Morgan) February 21, 2017
\n

Jayde VanHyfte will lead Annawan (26-8) into Friday\u2019s 11:15 a.m. Class 1A state semifinal against Elgin Harvest Christian Academy (29-3) in Normal. The game will be played at Redbird Arena, home of Illinois State University, where Morgan\u00a0\u2014 herself a former Annawan star\u00a0\u2014 is a freshman on the women\u2019s basketball team.

Jayde, who\u2019s not afraid to laugh, finds it amusing when asked about playing on her sister\u2019s college home court.

\u201cIt is a big deal,\u201d she said. \u201cBut actually she won\u2019t even be here this weekend because she\u2019s going down to Southern Illinois, where my other sister (Celina) plays, which is ironic.\u201d

Yes, the VanHyftes are one very talented athletic family. Their mother (Val Wancket) was the Quad-City Times Female Athlete of the Year in 1984 after starring at Atkinson High School before playing basketball at Bradley University.

Val\u2019s husband and the girls\u2019 dad, Ted VanHyfte, played football at Wake Forest. Now the couple has two girls playing Division I basketball and Jayde, though just a junior, already has committed to play at Arizona State University.

The good news for girls basketball teams around the state? There is no other VanHyfte girls coming along. The bad news, perhaps, for boys teams? The youngest child, Drake, is a freshman at Annawan.

Bravettes coach Jason Burkiewicz, who has coached all three of the VanHyfte sisters, has no trouble telling you which one of the girls is the best player.

\u201cJayde is on her own wavelength,\u201d Burkiewicz said on a teleconference Tuesday. \u201cThose are great players. As far as a comparison goes, as good as the other two were, she\u2019s in a class by herself.\u201d

That\u2019s saying something.

Morgan is Annawan\u2019s career scoring leader with 1,711 points. Celina, who is redshirting her junior season at SIU due to a leg injury, was a four-time Associated Press all-stater at Annawan.

Jayde, a 6-foot-1 junior forward, is averaging 23.4 points and 11 rebounds this season since coming back from an ACL injury suffered during her sophomore year.

Jayde laughs off the comparison with her sisters.

\u201cMy sisters are very talented as well,\u201dJayde said. \u201cWe always compete with each other, I have to say that.\u201d

What she would like to do now is join them as a state champion. Annawan won a state title in 2014, in Celina\u2019s senior year, and placed third in 2013.

This year\u2019s team opened with a 2-6 record as Jayde was recovering from her ACL injury suffered late last season. Since her return, Annawan has gone 22-2 and is currently on an 18-game winning streak.

Jayde is quite the weapon. Burkiewicz says he\u2019s able to play her in any of five positions.

\u201cWe like to move her all around,\u201d he said. \u201cShe\u2019s fast. She can score, penetrate, beat people around the basket and score the 3. She can guard people on the post or the perimeter. Arizona State is just thrilled about getting her.\u201d

The team was lost without her earlier in the year, Burkiewicz said. The pressure of past success at Annawan was weighing on the Bravettes when they were 2-6.

Burkiewicz told them the beginning of the year would be difficult, but when they got Jayde back they would have a shot at the end of the year.

\u201cThey kept believing in the process,\u201d he noted. \u201cBut it was frustrating.\u201d

Burkiewicz told the team to take a deep breath and relax.

\u201cYou are doing the right thing,\u201d he told them. \u201cThere will come a time every night where you are winning if you stay on your path.\u201d

Now it seems like a tale of two seasons, he said, and it\u2019s hard for the girls to even remember those difficult times when they were 2-6.

For Jayde, watching the team was difficult, too.

\u201cIt was very hard to sit and watch,\u201d she said. \u201cI am glad I got to watch my team play and see them progress throughout the season. I am pretty grateful that I got the opportunity to come back and play.\u201d

Working through the rehab, a full 10-month process, was very tough, Jayde said.

\u201cIt took almost 10 months to a year to get back into full basketball,\u201d she said. \u201cAt times, it was really tough. But I always had my teammates there and my family to support me. And the community has always been there for me.\u201d

Come Friday morning it\u2019s time to play ball. Annawan beat Harvest Christian Academy last season at the Chicagoland Classic, so there is some familiarity.

But Lions coach Rich Detamble is quick to point out it\u2019s a much different team. In that game, Detamble said Annawan \u201chandled us,\u201d but also said the Lions \u201chad a pretty good second half.\u201d

\u201cWe don\u2019t fear them,\u201d he added. \u201cWe are a completely different team.\u201d

He does call Jayde \u201cthe engine that makes them run, probably one of the top three players in the state.\u201d

Playing Annawan is a compliment to his team, he said.

\u201cWe have only been in business for seven years,\u201d he added. \u201cAnnawan has been in the rankings ever since I have been here. We accept the challenge; it\u2019s going to be fun.\u201d

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Iowa state bowling

Central\u2019s Smith 2nd at state; North boys 3rd: Davenport Central\u2019s Maddi Smith finished second at the Class 3A state girls bowling tournament Tuesday with a score of 480. Donna Diggs also had a strong showing for the Blue Devils, bowling a 448 to finish eighth as they finished sixth as a team.

The Muscatine girls finished third with a team score of 3,005. The Muskies were led by Christine Swank who bowled a 451 and Ragan Carey who rolled a 443.

On the boys side, Davenport North rolled a score of 3,072, which was good enough for third place. State champion Dubuque Hempstead won with 3,194 pins. CJ Bakoylis led the Wildcats with a 468 to finish third overall.

Boys basketball

Annawan 68, Wethersfield 61: Annawan won a regional semifinal at Henry to advance to Friday's championship against Galva, which defeated Ridgewood 58-50.

Morrison, Fulton bow out: Boys basketball teams from Morrison and Fulton had their seasons come to an end in regional contests.

Ben Brackemmyer scored 21 points but host Morrison fell 74-52 to Sterling Newman in a 2A regional semifinal. Newman will meet Winnebago, which defeated Fulton 58-34, in Friday's final.

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ALEDO, Ill.\u00a0\u2014 It wasn\u2019t perfect, but it will do for Rock Island Alleman.

The Pioneers started fast against scrappy Orion in a Class 2A Mercer County Regional semifinal Wednesday and held on to beat the Chargers 53-47.

The victory puts the Pioneers (13-13) against Rockridge (20-5) in Friday's regional final in a rematch of a close game Alleman won earlier this season. The Pioneers are now 11-2 this season against Class 1A and 2A competition.

Alleman set the tone Wednesday by forcing seven first-quarter turnovers with a trapping, hustling full-court press to ignite a 10-0 run for an 18-7 lead.

\u201cOur defense was what got us through it,\u201d said Alleman coach Patrick Rangel of Wednesday's win. \u201cWe were fortunate. We played some good defense at the right times. It just wasn\u2019t as consistent as I would like it to have been. Nor was our passing; stellar in moments, then we looked like at other times that we didn\u2019t take care of the basketball.\u201d

The result was the Pioneers could never really shake Orion, which saw both its six-game winning streak and season end with an 18-11 record.

\u201cEarly in the game, give Alleman a lot of credit,\u201d said Orion coach Alex Johnson. \u201cThey came out and they played their brand of basketball. It took us a little while to get going. I think we had a little bit of jitters. So some of those early turnovers did lead to some problems. Against a team like Alleman, any time you have to climb an uphill battle from the first quarter, it\u2019s going to be tough.\u201d

Alleman got 19 points from senior Nathan Graves, 15 in the first half, which saw him land on his back in the final seconds going for a loose ball.

Ryan Hodge who was ice cold in the first half but scored 10 of his 11 points in the second half and made several nifty passes setting up Alleman's big men. Fellow senior Jacob Sheldon added eight points, six in the first half, two coming off nice passes by the Pioneers to him cutting down the lane.

\u201cI\u2019ve kind of been off and on lately,\u201d Graves said. \u201cCoach talked about intensity. I guess it could have been my last game, and that kind of hit me. The team came out hard\u00a0\u2014 everyone did.\u201d

Alleman got some quality bench play from Sheldon, Guarav Patwal (six points) and his twin brother Saurabh Patwal. The twins increased the Pioneer intensity in the second half, after it had fallen off in the third quarter when Orion cut the lead to seven.

\u201cThe twins did a great job,\u201d Rangel said. \u201cThey came in and kind of steadied things. They\u2019re quick and they\u2019re the ones that picked up that intensity for us. We were able to get in our press a lot and apply some pressure.\u201d

Orion was led by senior Caleb Allen\u2019s 18 points, while Trevor Ditman and Adam Clark each added nine.

Alleman upped the lead to 12 early in the second half on Hodge\u2019s second straight 3, but never led by more than 11 after Orion made a 5-0 run to cut it 37-32 near the end of the third quarter. Even then Alleman\u2019s Andrew Barrett made one inside for a seven-point margin heading into the fourth quarter.

\u201cIt was a hard-fought game,\u201dRangel said. \u201cWe knew it was going to be. It\u2019s always tough in the regionals. It\u2019s either advance or it\u2019s one and done. So there\u2019s nothing to lose. It just came down to execution on some key plays in the fourth quarter.\u201d

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Boys basketball

Iowa districts

Class 1A District 8

Today's game

At Maquoketa -- North Linn vs. Clinton Prince of Peace, 7 p.m.

Class 2A Substate 4 final

Saturday

At Muscatine, Camanche (21-2) vs. West Branch (18-5), 7 p.m.

Class 3A District 7

Today's game

At Assumption -- Dubuque Wahlert (6-15) vs. Assumption (13-9), 7 p.m.

Class 3A District 8

Today's game

At Mount Vernon -- Cedar Rapids Xavier (11-11) vs. Mount Vernon (17-5), 7 p.m.

Class 4A Substate 5

Friday's games

Pleasant Valley (11-11) at Iowa City West (18-3), 7 p.m.

Linn-Mar (10-12) at Muscatine (14-6), 7 p.m.

Class 4A Substate 6

Friday's games

Davenport West (5-17) at Bettendorf (16-5), 7 p.m.

Davenport Central (17-4) at North Scott (15-6), 7 p.m.

Illinois regionals

Class 2A at Morrison

Wednesday's semifinals

Sterling Newman 74, Morrison 52

Winnebago 58, Fulton 34

Friday's championship

Sterling Newman vs. Winnebago, 7 p.m.

Class 2A at Kewanee

Tuesday's score

Kewanee 62, Bureau Valley 51

Wednesday's semifinal

Monmouth-Roseville 46, Riverdale 38

Friday's championship

Kewanee vs. Monmouth-Roseville, 7 p.m.

Class 2A at Mercer County

Tuesday's score

Rockridge 59, Mercer County 37

Wednesday's semifinal

Alleman 53, Orion 47

Friday's championship

Rockridge vs. Alleman, 7 p.m.

Class 1A at Henry

Wednesday's semifinals

Annawan 68, Wethersfield 61

Galva 58, Ridgewood 50

Friday's championship

Annawan vs. Galva, 7 p.m.

Alleman 53, Orion 47

Orion (18-11) -- Trevor Ditzman 4-5 1-2 9, Cade Ketron 1-3 0-0 3, Noah Anderson 0-4 0-0 0, Adam Clark 3-8 3-3 9, Caleb Allen 6-10 4-6 18, Bryce Grafton 0-3 0-0 0, Drew Minas 2-3 1-3 5, Sam West 0-0 0-0 0, Seth West 1-1 0-0 3, Scott Gambon 0-0 0-0 0, Seth Allen 0-0 0-0 0, Schulenberg 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 17-34 9-14 47.

Alleman (13-13) -- Ryan Hodge 2-8 5-6 11, Andrew Barrett 2-3 1-3 5, Collin O\u2019Keeffe 0-3 1-2 1, Nathan Graves 6-9 7-7 19, Will Mihm 1-2 1-2 3, Jacob Sheldon 3-7 2-2 8, Michael Elliott 0-0 0-0 0, Guarav Patwal 2-2 2-2 6, Saurabh Patwal 0-0 0-1 0, Ryan Buskirk 0-0 0-0 0, Tommy Schmitt 0-0 0-0 0, Patrick Schmitt 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 16-33 19-25 53.

Orion;7;11;14;15;-;47

Alleman;18;11;10;14;--;53

Total fouls (fouled out): Orion 19 (Ketron); Alleman 13 (none). 3-pointers: Orion (4-16) Ketron 1-3, Anderson 0-4, Clark 0-2, Allen 2-3, Grafton 0-3, Se. West 1-1), Alleman 2-8 (Hodge 2-6, O\u2019Keeffe 0-2). Turnovers: Orion 13, Alleman 12. Rebounds: Orion 23 (Clark 9), Alleman 22 (Graves 5).

Winnebago 58, Fulton 34

Winnebago \u2013 Brennon Burkket 1 0-0 2, Ian McDuff 3 0-0 6, Jesse Smith 0 1-2 1, Kenzell Jones 3 0-0 8, Bryce Bryden 1 0-0 2, Isaiah Whitehead 2 0-0 5, Ty Waller 7 0-0 15, Andrew Morrissey 7 5-8 19.

Fulton \u2013 Cole McClary 2 1-1 5, Cody Sanderson 2 5-6 10, Austin Schroeder 1 0-2 2, Dylan Smith 0 2-2 2, Tyler Bruggenwirth 2 0-2 4, Kyle Schipper 1 1-3 3, McCuckie 1 0-1 2, Nate Wierema 3 0-0 6.

Winnebago;12;15;17;14;--;58

Fulton;4;8;10;12;--;34

3-point goals \u2013 Winnebago 4 (Jones 2, Whitehead 1, Waller 1), Fulton 1 (Sanderson 1).

Monmouth-Roseville 46, Riverdale 38

Monmouth-Roseville \u2013 Dakota Welsh 2 5-7 9, Nick Kelley 2 1-5 6, Brayden Reece 2 0-2 6, Brady Morefield 1 0-0 2, Jordan Cheek 5 1-3 11, Jared Kirby 3 2-3 8, Austin Hammond 1 2-2 4. Totals 16-55 11-22 11 46.

Riverdale \u2013 Brett Murphy 4 2-2 12, Scott Murphy 2 0-0 4, Dalton Beale 0 4-4 4, Tyler Bussert 1 0-0 3, Blake DeClerq 5 1-2 11, Jack Barnett 1 2-2 4. Totals 13-52 9-10 19 38.

Monmouth-Roseville;9;6;16;15;--;46

Riverdale;6;15;8;9;--;38

3-point goals \u2013 Monmouth-Roseville 3 (Reece 2, Kelley 1); Riverdale 3 (Murphy 2, Bussert 1).

Sterling Newman 74, Morrison 52

Sterling Newman \u2013 Cade Gorzny 2 0-0 6, Drake Farster 1 1-2 4, Kyle Schmitt 0 1-2 1, Eli Leffelman 3 1-2 8, Brady Osborne 6 0-0 18, Jake Terveer 0 0-2 0, Travis Williams 6 2-4 16, Devon House 5 0-0 10, Ethan Hafner 2 0-0 5, Luke Olson 2 0-0 6.

Morrison \u2013 Britt Ottens 4 2-3 11, Bryce Smith 2 0-0 4, Ben Brackemyer 10 1-2 21, Evan Ernst 1 1-2 3, Steven Kramoski 3 0-0 6, Nick Klimson 3 0-0 7,Griffin DuBois 0 0-2 0.

Sterling Newman;22;18;20;14;--;74

Morrison;8;13;16;15;--;52

3-point goals \u2013 Sterling Newman 15 (Osborne 6, Williams 2, Gorzny 2); Morrison 2 (Ottens 1, Klimson 1)

Girls basketball

Illinois sectionals

Class 4A

At Normal

Today's final

Rock Island vs. Edwardsville, 7 p.m.

Illinois state tournament

At Redbird Arena, Normal

Class 1A

Friday's semifinals

Annawan vs. Harvest Christian Academy, 11 a.m.

Mendon Unity vs. Calhoun, 12:45 p.m.

Saturday's games

Third-place game -- 11 a.m.

Championship -- 12:45 p.m.

Iowa state tournament

at Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines

Class 1A

Quarterfinals\u00a0

Monday's games

Springville (22-2) vs. Burlington Notre Dame (19-6), 10 a.m.

Bellevue Marquette (21-3) vs. Kingsley-Pierson (23-1), 11:45 a.m.

Turkey Valley (21-3) vs. Janesville (24-0), 1:30 p.m.

Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton (23-1) vs. Sidney (23-1), 3:15 p.m.\u00a0

Class 2A

Monday's games

Iowa City Regina (25-0) vs. Logan-Magnolia (21-3), 5 p.m.\u00a0

Western Christian (22-2) vs. North Linn (24-1), 6:45 p.m.\u00a0

Treynor (25-0) vs. Van Meter (21-3), 8:30 p.m.\u00a0

Tuesday's game

Central Decatur (24-0) vs. Cascade (22-2), 10 a.m.

Class 3A

Tuesday's games

Sioux Center (24-0) vs. PCM (20-4), 11:45 a.m.

Crestwood (22-1) vs. Cherokee (20-3), 1:30 p.m.

Center Point-Urbana (21-3) vs. Davenport Assumption (16-7), 3:15 p.m.

Pocahontas Area (24-1) vs. Clear Lake (21-3), 5 p.m.

Class 4A

Tuesday's games

Nevada (22-1) vs. North Scott (18-5) at 6:45 p.m.\u00a0

Grinnell (19-4) vs. Cedar Rapids Xavier (17-6) at 8:30 p.m.\u00a0

Wednesday's games

Marion (22-1) vs. Boone (19-5) at 10 a.m.\u00a0

Pella (19-4) vs. Lewis Central (22-1) at 11:45 a.m.\u00a0

Class 5A

Wednesday's games

Indianola (23-0) vs. Johnston (19-4) at 1:30 p.m.\u00a0

Iowa City High (22-1) vs. Cedar Falls (21-2) at 3:15 p.m.\u00a0

West Des Moines Valley (21-2) vs. Dowling Catholic at 5 p.m.\u00a0

Iowa City West (20-3) vs. Waukee (18-4) at 6:45 p.m.

Wamac East all-conference team

First team -- Morgan Pitz, Sr., Western Dubuque; Kaitlyn Volesky, Sr., Mount Vernon; Josie Durr, Sr., Solon; Kylie Bildstein, Sr., Beckman; Haley Lyness, Sr., West Delaware; Kali Roling, Sr., Central Dewitt; Sydney Volkenant, Jr., Anamosa; Libby Ryan, Sr., Mount Vernon

Second team -- Karlie Fagan, So., Western Dubuque; Lindsey Eimers, Fr., Western Dubuque; Kristen Elliott, Jr., Mount Vernon; Brie Bennis, So., Maquoketa; Claire Sybesma, Sr., Maquoketa; Maggie Murphy, Jr., Central Dewitt; Sarah Morkel, Sr., West Delaware; Sophia Wilt, Jr., Anamosa

Coach of the year -- Amy Ostwinkle, Western Dubuque

Local honorable mentions -- Emily Cornelius, Sr., Central Dewitt; Madison Burke, Sr., Central Dewitt; Hannah Ambrosy, Jr., Maquoketa; Catia Atienza, Sr., Maquoketa

Girls Bowling

at Plaza Lanes, Des Moines, IA

Class 3A

Team Results \u2013 1. Johnston 3107; 2. Cedar Rapids Praire 3023; 3. Muscatine 3005; 4. Waterloo West 2916; 5. Des Moines Lincoln 2794; 6. Davenport Central 2753; 8. Dubuque Hempstead 24799; 9. Waukee 2489

Individual Results \u2013 1. Hanna Duver (Des Moines Lincoln) 234-266\u2014500, 2. Maddi Smith (Davenport Central) 223-257\u2014480, 3. Chantelle Foster (Johnston) 244-235\u2014479, 4. Makena Djercks (Linn-Mar) 264-205\u2014469, 5. Madi Singleton (Johnston) 224-236\u2014460, 6. Christin Swank (Muscatine) 205-246\u2014451, 7. Abbey Fangman (Waterloo West) 236-215\u2014451, 8. Donna Diggs (Davenport Central) 246-202\u2014448, 9. Ragan Carey (Muscatine) 189-254\u2014443, 10. Kira Gilbert (Waterloo West) 226-214\u2014440

Muscatine \u2013 Christin Swank 205-246\u2014451, Ragan Carey 189-254\u2014443, Gabi Evans 206-196\u2014402, Emily Payne 183-196\u2014379, Jaelynn Klein 174-170\u2014344, Kaitlyn Bierman 184-159\u2014343

Davenport Central \u2013 Maddi Smith 223-257\u2014480, Donna Diggs 246-202\u2014448, Caley Crausby 167-199\u2014366, Grace Herlington 154-190\u2014344, Taelor Campbell 144-180\u2014324, Amber Brewer 110-141\u2014251

Boys Bowling

at Plaza Lanes, Des Moines, IA

Class 3A

Team Results \u2013 1. Dubuque Hempstead 3194; 2. Marshalltown 3111; 3. Davenport North 3072; 4. Waterloo West 3064; 5. Johnston 3022; 6. Cedar Falls 2984; 7. Cedar Rapids Praire 2951; 8. Des Moines Roosevelt 2916

Individual Results \u2013 1. Justin Lanzer (Dubuque Hempstead) 235-245\u2014480, 2. Alex Diercks (Linn-Mar) 255-215\u2014470, 3. CJ Bakoylis (Davenport Norrth) 279-189\u2014468, 4. Cody Beck (Dubuque Hempstead) 265-194\u2014459, 5. Kalen Rios (Iowa City West) 222-235\u2014457, 6. Joshua Arment (Marshalltown) 206-245\u2014451, 7. Lucas Galloro (Cedar Rapids Praire) 226-224\u2014450, 8. Noah Cheever (Dubuque Hempstead) 214-227\u2014441, 9. Tristan Corcoran (Waterloo West) 203-235\u2014438, 10. Carter Lundgren (Johnston) 199-237\u2014436

Davenport North \u2013 CJ Bakoylis 279-189\u2014468, Austin Budde 202-217\u2014419, Nate Hausman 224-194\u2014418, Ty McCumsey 194-194\u2014388, Brant Carter 204-158\u2014362, CJ Fisher 168-181\u2014349

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