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Boys basketball

Thursday's score

Iowa area

Cascade 59, Northeast 49

MAC standings

;;Conf;Overall

;W;L;W;L

Bettendorf;7;0;9;3

North Scott;5;2;8;3

Davenport Central;5;2;8;3

Assumption;4;3;8;4

Muscatine;4;3;7;4

Clinton;4;3;5;6

Pleasant Valley;3;4;5;7

Davenport North;2;5;5;6

Davenport West;1;6;2;10

Burlington;0;7;0;11

Today\u2019s games

Bettendorf at Clinton

Burlington at Davenport Central

Davenport West at Davenport North

Muscatine at Assumption

Pleasant Valley at North Scott

Cascade 59, Northeast 49

NORTHEAST -- Parson 2 2-2 8, Swanton 0 0-0 0, Lange 1 0-1 3, Drury 0 1-2 1, Dondiego 3 0-2 6, Dell 3 1-4 9, Sullivan 3 0-0 6, Hoyer 0 0-0 0, Empen 6 4-6 16. Totals 18 8-17 49.

CASCADE -- D. Simon 0 1-2 1, O'Brien 7 0-0 17, Supple 6 10-11 23, B. Simon 4 1-3 10, Hoffman 1 2-4 5, Koppes 0 1-2 1, B. Simon 0 2-2 2. Totals 18 17-24 59.

Cascade;10;12;19;18;--;59

Northeast;3;19;12;15;--;49

3-point goals -- Northeast 5 (Parson, Lange, Dell); Cascade 6 (O'Brien 3, Supple, Simon, Hoffman). Total fouls -- Northeast 21, Cascade 17. Fouled out: Northeast (Dondiego, Sullivan); Cascade (O'Brien, Hoffman).

MAC stat leaders

Points per game \u2014 Joe Wieskamp (Muscatine) 29.6; Ray Miller (Central) 19.5; Bailey Basala (North Scott) 17.4; Jaden Mixon (Clinton) 16.5; Brian Dayman (PV) 16.1; Corvon Seales (North Scott) 15.6; Brett Erwin (West) 15.0; Trenton Wallace (Assumption) 14.2; Tyrique Vesey (Central) 14.1; Atticus Taylor (North) 13.5; Trey Sampson (West) 13.1.

Rebounding \u2014 Brett Erwin (West) 9.8; Brian Dayman (PV) 9.8; Joe Wieskamp (Muscatine) 9.5; Bailey Basala (North Scott) 8.9; Atticus Taylor (North) 7.5; Suni Lane (Bettendorf) 6.4; Liam Robbins (Assumption) 6.4; Ray Miller (Central) 6.2; Mark Kallenberger (Bettendorf) 6.1; Makai Hart (Clinton) 6.0.

Assists \u2014 Kenny Clay (West) 86; Max Taylor (North) 52; Trent Fitzpatrick (Assumption) 49; Tyrique Vesey (Central) 41; Quavon Jones (Clinton) 37; Luke Fennelly (Assumption) 36; Ray Miller (Central) 35; Corvon Seales (North Scott) 32; Carter Duwa (PV) 29; Joe Wieskamp (Muscatine) 26.

Steals \u2014 Kenny Clay (West) 33; Tyrique Vesey (Central) 31; Ray Miller (Central) 25; Max Taylor (North) 25; Joe Wieskamp (Muscatine) 20; Trent Fitzpatrick (Assumption) 18; Brett Erwin (West) 18; Drew Greenhaw (Muscatine) 16; Dylan Peeters (Assumption) 16; Garrett Mueller (Muscatine) 15.

Blocks \u2014 Jared Beck (North) 28; Brett Erwin (West) 22; Joe Wieskamp (Muscatine) 20; Liam Robbins (Assumption) 19; Atticus Taylor (North) 15; Ray Miller (Central) 13; Lincoln Thomas (Clinton) 11; Brian Dayman (PV) 10; Trey Sampson (West) 9.

FG percentage (min. 40 attempts) \u2014 Jared Beck (North) 62.8; Suni Lane (Bettendorf) 61.4; Luke Fennelly (Assumption) 60.5; Zachary Taylor (Central) 60.0; Brett Erwin (West) 59.8; Ray Thrapp (Assumption) 59.6; Joe Wieskamp (Muscatine) 58.3; Tyrique Vesey (Central) 57.5; Cole Grothusen (Bettendorf) 57.4; Max Taylor (North) 57.0.

Free throw percentage (min. 20 attempts) \u2014 Trent Fitzpatrick (Assumption) 91.5; Dylan Peeters (Assumption) 83.3; D.J. Carton (Bettendorf) 83.3; VJ Wilmington (North) 82.4; Jaden Mixon (Clinton) 80.8; Trenton Wallace (Assumption) 80.0; Nathan Tyson (Central) 80.0; Max Taylor (North) 79.2; Joe Wieskamp (Muscatine) 79.1; Drew Boffeli (North Scott) 78.7.

3-pointers made \u2014 Joe Wieskamp (Muscatine) 31; Bailey Basala (North Scott) 27; Dylan Clearman (Bettendorf) 24; Jaden Mixon (Clinton) 24; Jake Mussehl (Muscatine) 23; Corvon Seales (North Scott) 22; Trenton Wallace (Assumption) 18; Garrett Mueller (Muscatine) 18; Gary Morgan (North Scott) 18.

Big Six standings

;;Conf;Overall

;W;L;W;L

United Township;5;0;19;3

Quincy;3;1;12;3

Moline;2;2;12;6

Rock Island;2;2;9;7

Galesburg;1;3;13;8

Alleman;0;5;10;9

Today\u2019s games

Quincy at Moline

Rock Island at Galesburg

United Township vs. Alleman at Augustana

Girls basketball

Big Six standings

;;Conf;Overall

;W;L;W;L

Rock Island;7;0;23;1

Galesburg;5;2;19;5

United Township;5;3;14;8

Moline;3;4;13;9

Quincy;1;6;9;10

Alleman;1;7;7;13

Thursday\u2019s scores

Galesburg 54, Alleman 21

Rock Island 64, Quincy 17

United Township 54, Moline 51

Thursday's scores

Illinois area

Prophetstown 63, Bureau Valley 45

Erie 51, Rockridge 36

Morrison 56, Sterling Newman 49

Morris 47, Geneseo 43

Annawan 58, Wethersfield 40

Sherrard 52, Orion 31

Ridgewood 64, ROWVA 39

Iowa area

Cascade 54, Northeast 40

MAC standings

;;Conf;Overall

;W;L;W;L

Pleasant Valley;8;1;12;2

Davenport North;8;1;10;2

Bettendorf;8;1;10;3

North Scott;6;3;10;4

Assumption;6;3;8;5

Muscatine;4;5;6;8

Clinton;2;7;5;8

Burlington;2;7;5;8

Davenport West;1;8;1;11

Davenport Central;0;9;1;12

Today\u2019s games

Assumption at Muscatine

Clinton at Bettendorf

Davenport Central at Burlington

Davenport North at Davenport West

North Scott at Pleasant Valley

Galesburg 54, Alleman 21

ALLEMAN -- Loiz 3 0-0 6, Connolly 1 0-0 2, Boelen 2 1-1 5, Hird 0 0-0 0, Larsen 1 0-0 2, Schueneman 0 0-0 0, Gogal 1 0-0 2, Johannes 0 0-0 0, Baller 1 0-0 2, Hillman 1 0-2 2, Georlett 0 0-0 0. Totals 10 1-3 21.

GALESBURG -- Kylee Townsell 1 0-0 2, Boyd 0 0-0 0, Kaylah Townsell 6 1-1 16, Lingafelter 0 0-0 0, Chockly 0 0-0 0, Sampson 2 0-0 6, Milroy 4 2-2 14, Junk 1 0-0 2, McCarthy 1 0-0 2, Campbell 0 0-0 0, Gugliotta 0 0-0 0, Mixon 3 0-0 6, Meinert 2 2-2 6. Totals 20 5-5 54.

Galesburg;16;19;8;11;--;54

Alleman;2;9;2;8;--;21

3-point goals -- Alleman 0; Galesburg 9 (Kaylah Townsell 3, Sampson 2, Milroy 4). Total fouls -- Alleman 5, Galesburg 4. Fouled out: None.

United Township 54, Moline 51

UT (14-8, 5-3) -- Davi Buchanan 3-6 2-5 8, Maddie Tague 5-9 0-2 15, Ryleigh O\u2019Brien 5-8 7-10 17, Brittni LaFountaine 1-3 0-3 2, Brandi LaFountaine 3-6 5-7 12, Calie Walker 0-0 0-0 0, London Jackson 0-0 0-0 0, Sandra Camarillo 0-1 0-0 0. Totals: 17-33, 14-27 54.

Moline (13-9, 3-4) -- Alyssa Ealy 1-2 0-0 3, Crystal Rios 5-12 0-0 12, Alannah Crompton 4-11 3-3 11, Leticia Billups 1-4 1-2 3, Ava Gomez 1-1 0-0 2, Hannah Thiele 6-12 2-2 18, Shannon Fowler 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 19-47 6-9 51.

United Township;9;11;15;19;--;54

Moline;12;10;14;15;--;51

3-pointers: United Township 6-9 (Tague 5-7, Brandi LaFountaine 1-1, Buchanan 0-1); Moline 7-19 Rios 2-8, Ealy 1-1, Thiele 4-10). Total fouls (fouled out): United Township 12 (none); Moline 23 (Pittington). Turnovers: Moline 17, United Township 16. Rebounds: United Township 24, Moline 25.

Sophomores: Moline 50, UTHS 44

Sherrard 52, Orion 31

SHERRARD -- Minch 4-11 0-0 10, Hofmann 2-5 0-0 4, Anderson 8-14 1-1 23, Crippen 1-5 0-0 2, Strandgar 2-4 2-3 6, Whitsell 1-3 2-2 4, Mattingly 1-2 1-2 3, Morrison 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 19-44 6-8 52.

ORION -- Stropes 0-1 0-0 0, Moore 2-9 2-2 7, McCunn 0-0 0-0 0, Mohr 1-3 0-0 2, Taets 2-7 2-4 6, Schultz 1-3 0-0 2, DeVoss 0-0 0-0 0, Smolenski 2-4 5-6 10, Parsons 2-2 0-0 4. Totals 10-29 9-12 31.

Sherrard;17;19;8;8;--;52

Orion;10;4;13;4;--;31

3-point goals -- Sherrard 8-20 (Minch 2-8, Hofmann 0-1, Anderson 6-11); Orion 2-8 (Stropes 0-1, Moore 1-3, Taets 0-2, Schultz 0-1, Smolenski 1-1). Total fouls -- Sherrard 11, Orion 7. Fouled out: None.

Erie 51, Rockridge 36

ERIE -- Steel 1 0-0 2, Redell 3 4-6 13, Bramm 2 8-9 12, Lawson 1 0-0 3, Saad 0 3-4 3, T. Steimle 1 3-6 5, Schanze 1 0-0 2, Newton 2 3-4 7, S. Steimle 2 0-2 4. Totals 13 21-31 51.

ROCKRIDGE -- Range 1 0-2 2, Riley 1 1-1 3, Henry 1 1-2 4, Heisch 1 0-0 2, Garrett 0 0-0 0, Woods 0 2-4 2, Stice 7 2-4 16, Fischer 0 0-0 0, Letts 3 1-5 7. Totals 14 7-18 36.

Erie;11;14;13;13;--;51

Rockridge;7;10;6;13;--;36

3-point goals -- Erie 4 (Redell 3, Lawson); Rockridge 1 (Henry). Total fouls -- Erie 16, Rockridge 23. Fouled out: None.

Morrison 56, Newman 49

MORRISON -- Melton 2 0-0 4, Sitzmore 3 6-6 12, Workman 2 6-6 12, Church 4 1-1 9, Vanderleest 2 0-0 4, Vos 1 1-2 3, Petkus 0 0-1 0, Steines 0 0-0 0, Teqeler 4 3-5 12. Totals 18 17-21 56.

NEWMAN -- Hinrichs 0 1-2 1, Ferris 1 2-4 4, H. Wilson 1 1-2 3, L. Wilson 1 0-0 2, Simpson 5 0-0 11, Jensen 3 2-3 8, Craft 5 5-7 17, Murray 1 0-0 3, Klein 0 0-0 0. Totals 17 11-18 49.

Morrison;13;15;9;19;--;56

Newman;10;10;10;19;--;49

3-point goals -- Morrison 3 (Workman 2, Steines); Newman 4 (Simpson, Craft, Klein). Total fouls -- Morrison 15, Newman 20. Fouled out: None.

MAC stat leaders

Points per game \u2014 Jinaya Houston (North) 20.3; Emily Ivory (Bettendorf) 18.2; Paige Bradford (North) 17.3; Rachel Stewart (West) 17.0; Ellie Spelhaug (PV) 16.0; Bailey Brown (Assumption) 15.2; Jasmine Harris (Assumption) 15.0; Karli Rucker (North Scott) 13.9; Jacionna Stowers (North) 13.7; Tarae Warner (Burlington) 13.2; Carli Spelhaug (PV) 10.7.

Rebounding \u2014 Paige Bradford (North) 9.4; Sarah Goldensoph (Clinton) 8.1; Jinaya Houston (North) 8.0; Ellie Spelhaug (PV) 8.0; Rory Donahue (PV) 7.3; Karlie Westmoreland (Central) 7.1; Grace Boffeli (North Scott) 7.1; Terria Baker (Burlington) 6.7; Kylie Wroblewski (Bettendorf) 6.2; Hannah Porter (Burlington) 5.6.

Assists \u2014 Megan Gandrup (Clinton) 49; Karli Rucker (North Scott) 40; Jacionna Stowers (North) 39; Tarae Warner (Burlington) 39; Carli Spelhaug (PV) 39; Molly Gervase (Assumption) 37; Jinaya Houston (North) 34; Ellie Spelhaug (PV) 33; Jasmine Harris (Assumption) 32; Rylie Rucker (North Scott) 29.

Steals \u2014 Carli Spelhaug (PV) 70; Molly Gervase (Assumption) 40; Ellie Spelhaug (PV) 39; Tarae Warner (Burlington) 37; Rachel Stewart (West) 34; Mallory Lafever (PV) 33; Karli Rucker (North Scott) 32; Rylie Rucker (North Scott) 31; Rory Donahue (PV) 31; Grace Jacobsen (Assumption) 29.

Blocks \u2014 Jinaya Houston (North) 13; Hannah Porter (Burlington) 11; TaNiya Gardner (Central) 11; Ellie Spelhaug (PV) 11; Tessa Kerr (Muscatine) 10; Grace Budde (PV) 10; K\u2019Breonna Collins (Central) 9; Yaidelis Torres (Muscatine) 8; Adrea Arthofer (PV) 8.

FG percentage (min. 50 attempts) \u2014 Paige Bradford (North) 58.1; Jinaya Houston (North) 57.7; Sarah Goldensoph (Clinton) 52.3; Grace Boffeli (North Scott) 50.0; Emily Ivory (Bettendorf) 49.1; Jasmine Harris (Assumption) 47.4; Carli Spelhaug (PV) 44.9; Jacionna Stowers (North) 44.4; Allie Timmons (Assumption) 43.6; Mati Hepker (Muscatine) 43.6.

Free throw percentage (min. 25 attempts) \u2014 Karli Rucker (North Scott) 86.0; Bailey Brown (Assumption) 78.9; Paige Bradford (North) 75.8; Jinaya Houston (North) 72.9; Kylie Wroblewski (Bettendorf) 72.7; Megan Gandrup (Clinton) 71.4; Abby Rusch (Muscatine) 71.4; Rylie Rucker (North Scott) 71.0; Hannah Wislander (Assumption) 69.2.

3-pointers made \u2014 Emily Ivory (Bettendorf) 44; Bailey Brown (Assumption) 29; Carli Spelhaug (PV) 23; Jacionna Stowers (North) 22; Karli Rucker (North Scott) 22; Jasmine Harris (Assumption) 21; Grace Budde (PV) 20; Ellie Spelhaug (PV) 19; Caryle Brown (Assumption) 18; Rylie Rucker (North Scott) 16.

IGHSAU rankings

Class 5A

Team;Record;LW

1. Indianola;12-0;1

2. Iowa City High;13-0;2

3. Iowa City West;12-1;3

4. Davenport North;10-2;4

5. Cedar Falls;10-1;5

6. West Des Moines Valley;13-2;6

7. Dowling Catholic;12-2;10

8. Pleasant Valley;12-2;11

9. Ankeny Centennial;10-4;12

10. Waukee;9-3;7

11. Johnston;11-3;9

12. Southeast Polk;9-4;14

13. Ames;10-4;8

14. Bettendorf;10-3;15

15. Linn-Mar;10-4;13

Dropped out: none

Class 4A

Team;Record;LW

1. Pella;12-1;1

2. Marion;12-1;2

3. Nevada;12-1;3

4. Grinnell;10-3;4

5. Lewis Central;13-1;5

6. North Scott;10-4;6

7. Cedar Rapids Xavier;7-6;7

8. Western Dubuque;10-1;10

9. Dallas Center-Grimes;8-6;9

10. Waverly-Shell Rock;10-4;11

11. Boone;11-3;12

12. Ballard;8-4;8

13. Carlisle;11-3;13

14. Fairfield;9-3;14

15. LeMars;9-3;15

Dropped out: none

Class 3A

Team;Record;LW

1. Pocahontas Area;12-0;1

2. Sioux Center;14-0;2

3. Crestwood;10-0;4

4. Cherokee;12-1;3

5. Center Point-Urbana;12-2;5

6. Clear Lake;11-1;6

7. West Marshall;13-0;8

8. Union, LaPorte City;11-2;7

9. Davenport Assumption;8-5;9

10. Algona;12-1;10

11. Mount Vernon;8-4;11

12. Shenandoah;12-2;12

13. Humboldt;8-2;13

14. Mid-Prairie;10-4;15

15. Red Oak;10-3;NR

Dropped out: Carroll Kuemper (14)

Class 2A

Team;Record;LW

1. Iowa City Regina;13-0;1

2. Treynor;12-0;2

3. Central Decatur;13-0;4

4. North Linn;14-0;6

5. Western Christian;12-2;3

6. Van Meter;12-1;7

7. Pella Christian;9-4;8

8. Mount Ayr;12-1;5

9. Panorama;13-1;11

10. Cascade;10-2;10

11. Logan-Magnolia;12-1;13

12. West Lyon;12-2;12

13. Rockford;11-1;9

14. West Sioux;13-1;NR

15. Highland;12-1;NR

Dropped out: Bellevue (14); North Union (15)

Class 1A

Team;Record;LW

1. Springville;12-1;1

2. Turkey Valley;11-2;2

3. Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton;13-0;3

4. Glidden-Ralston;10-2;4

5. Kee High;8-3;6

6. Bellevue Marquette;12-2;7

7. Newell-Fonda;10-3;8

8. Easton Valley;11-3;10

9. Kingsley-Pierson;13-1;9

10. Sidney;13-1;11

11. Lynnville-Sully;15-0;12

12. Janesville;12-0;13

13. Burlington Notre Dame;10-4;5

14. Colo-Nesco;12-2;14

15. Akron-Westfield;12-2;NR

Dropped out: AGWSR (15)

Wrestling

Thursday's scores

Moline 49, United Township 19

Assumption 49, Pleasant Valley 16

North Scott 56, Davenport West 18

Bettendorf 61, Davenport North 12

Bettendorf 67, Muscatine 12

Lena-Winslow 40, Clinton 27

Muscatine 48, Davenport North 21

113 -- Tateum Park (North) dec. Brady Holmes, 6-0; 120 -- Kuinton Middaugh (Muscatine) won by forfeit; 126 -- Carson Harder (Muscatine) pinned Noah Rhoads, 3:44; 132 -- Bryan O'Neill (Muscatine) dec. Noah Schoephorster 5-4; 138 -- Colton Oldfield (Muscatine) dec. Dalton Kelly 6-2; 145 -- Gavyn Ashley (Muscatine) pinned Tony Pena, 3:26; 152 -- Bronson Brown (Muscatine) pinned Sam Hamma, 2:52; 160 -- Carter Oldfield (Muscatine) pinned Cole Meader, 1:53; 170 -- Garrett Brunson (Muscatine) pinned Nate Pemberton, 5:40; 182 -- Dakota Wright (North) pinned Tyler Justus, 3:20; 195 -- Cameron Butler (North) won by forfeit; 220 -- Isiah Gray (North) pinned Dalton Sell, 5:01; 285 -- Nolan Bell (Muscatine) won by forfeit

Bettendorf 67, Muscatine 12

106 -- Aiden Evans (Bettendorf) won by forfeit; 113 -- Keano Roberts (Bettendorf) tech fall Kuinton Middaugh, 20-5; 120 -- Tyler Cole (Bettendorf) won by forfeit; 126 -- Voyen Adamson (Bettendorf) won by forfeit; 132 -- Will Jefferson (Bettendorf) tech fall Bryan O'Neill, 16-0; 138 -- Mason Morris (Bettendorf) pinned Colton Oldfield, 3:29; 145 -- Bradley Holmes (Bettendorf) pinned Gavyn Ashley, 2:26; 152 -- Joe Tyson (Bettendorf) dec. Bronson Brown 8-2; 160 -- Carter Oldfield (Muscatine) pinned Alex Blizzard, 1:37; 170 -- Raul Lopez (Bettendorf) pinned Garrett Brunson, 1:31; 182 -- Tucker Schoenfelder (Bettendorf) won by forfeit; 195 -- Alec Eitrheim (Bettendorf) won by forfeit; 220 -- Nick Lank (Bettendorf) pinned Dalton Sell, 1:27; 285 -- Nolan Bell (Muscatine) won by forfeit

Assumption 49, Pleasant Valley 16

106 -- Double forfeit. 113 -- Double forfeit. 120 -- Eli Loyd (PV) pinned Jacob Felderman, 4:56. 126 -- Sean Casey (ASSU) pinned Justin Harrington, 1:57. 132 -- Matt Robertson (ASSU) wins by forfeit. 138 -- Adam Laubenthal (Assumption) pinned Tysen Sparbell, 2:44 145 -- Brock Redecker (PV) pinned Jack Thomas, 3:46. 152 -- Dermott Weldon (PV) major dec. Joe Deckert, 12-3. 160 -- Julien Broderson (Assumption) pinned Ryan Loyd, 5:14. 170 -- Brock Timmons (Assumption) major dec. Scott Wendell, 17-7. 182 -- Cannon Kelly (Assumption) wins by forfeit. 195 -- Peter Laubenthal (Assumption) pinned Sam Hanna, 5:48. 220 -- Noah Broderson (Assumption) pinned Carter Sergeant, 3:23. 285 -- Nolan Melchert (Assumption) dec. Brady Bormann, 7-3.

North Scott 56, Davenport West 18

182 -- Triston Richardson (NS) pinned Clayton Broderson, 2:20. 195 -- Zach Petersen (NS) pinned Travis White, 1:46. 220 -- Wyatt Wriedt (NS) pinned Garrett Brooks, 3:06. 285 -- Cole Ernst (NS) dec. Jacen Peterson, 1-0. 106 -- Colin Kraft (DW) wins by forfeit. 113 -- Jacob Schipper (NS) wins by forfeit. 120 -- Riley Thomas (NS) tech fall. Anthony Vance, 19-4 4:59. 126 -- Wyatte Shade (DW) wins by forfeit. 132 -- Benny Lingle (DW) dec. Kevin Diep, 4-0. 138 -- Collin Lewis (NS) pinned Michael Mayfield, 0:43. 145 -- Jake Matthaidess (NS) pinned Wesley Eisenbacher, 1:17. 152 -- Drake Golinghorst (NS) pinned Mason Webster, 1:17. 160 -- Avion Lard (NS) wins by forfeit. 170 -- Anthony Stock (DW) dec. Jonathan Wolbert, 10-4.

Lena-Winslow 40, Clinton 27

106 -- Justin Brewer (CLIN) pinned Sarah Nicholas, 0:27. 113 -- Darrin Bethard (CLIN) wins by forfeit. 120 -- Austin Vincent (LW) pinned Evan Sanders, 1:17. 126 -- Winston McPeek (LW) dec. Kyle Guilliams, 10-7. 132 -- Hunter Luke (LW) pinned Brennan Weets, 3:08. 138 -- Jeremiah Hermann (LW) over Nigelle Whitaker, SV-1 3-2. 145 -- Jess Chapman (CLIN) pinned Matt Stampfli, 0:17. 152 -- Walker Chapman (CLIN) dec. Aaron Dvorak, 3-2. 160 -- Kyle Kalkbrenner (LW) pinned Clem Butler, 3:04. 170 -- Rahveon Valentine (LW) dec. Ben Chapman, 9-7. 182 -- Elijah Rowe (LW) dec. Ethan Barry, 10-3. 195 -- Connor Davis (LW) major dec. Dawson Troxel, 11-3. 220 -- Tim Dickherber (CLIN) wins by forfeit. 285 -- Ian Kuehl (LW) pinned Tyler Clark, 5:35.

Rock Island 60, Alleman 9

106 -- Kobe McCorkle (RI) wins by forfeit. 113 -- Jacob Israel (RI) wins by forfeit. 120 -- Michael Myers (RI) wins by forfeit. 126 -- Victor Guzman (RI) pinned Sam Terronez, 1:59. 132 -- Alex Gant (RI) dec. Adam Bowker, 8-4. 138 -- Mike Long (RI) pinned Nick Lange, 1:15. 145 -- \u00a0Jorge Duarte (RI) pinned Aaron Mickelson, 1:30. 152 -- Ryan O'Hern (ALL) pinned Shawn Dennis, 4:30. 160 -- Alec Carton (ALL) dec. Jayden Van Cooley, 6-4. 170 -- Dakari Nephew (RI) dec. John West, 7-3. 182 -- Chase Spicer (RI) pinned Joe O'Meara, 0:53. 195 -- Double forfeit. 220 -- Alex Andrews (RI) pinned Eric Lange, 3:30. 285 -- Donovan Rodgers (RI) pinned Kobe Rios, 5:43.

The Predicament rankings

Class 3A

Teams -- 1. West Des Moines Valley (7); 2. Southeast Polk (9); 3. Fort Dodge (7); 4. Western Dubuque (5); 5. Waverly-Shell Rock (6); 6. Glenwood (5); 7. Dubuque Hempstead (6); 8. Indianola (6); 9. North Scott (4); 10. Dowling Catholic (3)

Top 3 + locals

106 -- 1. Cullan Schriever, fr., Mason City; 2. Nick Oldham, so., WDM Valley; 3. Conrad Braswell, so., CR Prairie

113 -- 1. Drew Bennett, jr., Fort Dodge; 2. Kyle Biscoglia, jr., Waukee; 3. Kobey Pritchard, jr., Indianola; 4. Jacob Schipper, sr., North Scott

120 -- 1. Brody Teske, jr., Fort Dodge; 2. Gauge Perrien, jr., SE Polk; 3. Joe Pins, so., Dubuque Hempstead; 4. Eli Loyd, fr., Pleasant Valley

126 -- 1. Adam Brown, sr., SE Polk; 2. McGwire Midkiff, sr., CB Thomas Jefferson; 3. Zach Price, jr., Johnston; 8. Caleb McCabe, so., North Scott

132 -- 1. Jake Watters, sr., Dowling Catholic; 2. Cade DeVos, so., SE Polk; 3. Bradan Birt, sr., Western Dubuque; 7. Will Jefferson, so., Bettendorf

138 -- 1. Triston Lara, sr., Fort Dodge; 2. Nathan Lendt, jr., SE Polk; 3. Harlan Steffensmeir, jr., Fort Madison; 7. Collin Lewis, so., North Scott; 9. Mason Morris, jr., Bettendorf

145 -- 1. Zach Barnes, sr., SE Polk; 2. Grant Stotts, jr., WDM Valley; 3. Drew Sams, sr., Oskaloosa; 7. Preston Terry, so., Burlington

152 -- 1. Nelson Brands, jr., Iowa City West; 2. Austin Yant, sr., Waverly-Shell Rock; 3. Cayd Lara, jr., Fort Dodge

160 -- 1. Joel Shapiro, jr., WDM Valley; 2. Mac Southard, sr., Lewis Central; 3. Zach Wagenhoffer, sr., Waverly-Shell Rock

170 -- 1. Marcus Coleman, sr., Ames; 2. Ben Sarasin, jr., CR Kennedy; 3. Bryce Pilcher, sr., Cedar Falls

182 -- 1. Max Lyon, sr., Western Dubuque; 2. Anthony Sherry, jr., Glenwood; 3. Spencer Sherwood, sr., Burlington

195 -- 1. Connor Corbin, sr., WDM Valley; 2. Kaden Sauer, sr., Dowling Catholic; 3. Isaac Bartel, sr., Mason City

220 -- 1. Wyatt Wriedt, sr., North Scott; 2. Rocky Lombardi, sr., WDM Valley; 3. Jordain Buckland, sr., Iowa City High

285 -- 1. Aaron Costello, sr., Western Dubuque; 2. Caleb Sanders, jr., Glenwood; 3. Colin Newell, sr., Ames; 8. Tyler Clark, sr., Clinton

Class 2A

Teams -- 1. New Hampton (10); 2. Solon (6); 3. Creston-OM (5); 4. Atlantic (5); 5. West Liberty (3); 6. Clear Lake (2); 7. Davenport Assumption (3); 8. Spirit Lake Park (4); 9. South Tama (4); 10. Washington (7)

Top 3 + locals

106 -- 1. Grayson Kesterson, jr., Williamsburg; 2. Jack Thomsen, fr., Union; 3. Dylan Robinson, sr., New Hampton; 5. Jarod Kadel, so., Columbus Jct; 6. Will Esmoil, fr., West Liberty

113 -- 1. Eric Faught, so., Clear Lake; 2. Aden Reeves, so., Albia; 3. Kaleb Olejniczak, so., Perry

120 -- 1. Bryce West, sr., Solon; 2. Drake Doolittle, so., Webster City; 3. Jared Hensley, sr., Bedford-Lenox

126 -- 1. Drew West, sr., Solon; 2. Michael Millage, jr., New Hampton; 3. Riley Wright, so., Denver-Tripoli

132 -- 1. Derek Holschlag, sr., Union; 2. Brayden Curry, sr., Sgt Bluff Luton; 3. Matt Robertson, jr., Davenport Assumption

138 -- 1. Keaton Geerts, sr., New Hampton; 2. Austin Rozeboom, jr., BHRV; 3. Tanner Abbas, jr., Clarion-Goldfield-Dows; 9. Nate Thoms, sr., Camanche

145 -- 1. Ryan Leisure, sr., Clear Lake; 2. Kyler Reick, so., Spirit Lake Park; 3. Xavier Miller, sr., Prairie City Monroe; 9. Baylor Crigger, so., Camanche

152 -- 1. Joe Kelly, jr., West Liberty; 2. Isaac Judge, jr., South Tama; 3. John Tuttle, sr., Spirit Lake Park

160 -- 1. Luke Hageman, jr., Dyersville Beckman; 2. Ryan Gorman, sr., New Hampton; 3. Trevor Nelson, sr., Solon; 4. Julien Broderson, so., Davenport Assumption

170 -- 1. Brock Jennings, sr., Osage; 2. Conner Shaw, sr., Garner-Hayfield-Ventura; 3. Tucker Morrison, sr., Columbus Jct; 6. Ira Kuehn, sr., Central DeWitt

182 -- 1. Chase Shiltz, sr., Creston-OM; 2. Tanner Vermaas, sr., Woodward Granger; 3. Kyler Fisher, so., Southeast Valley

195 -- 1. Bryce Esmoil, jr., West Liberty; 2. Zac Stork, sr., Atlantic; 3. Michael Fritz, sr., Fairfield; 8. Reece Westphal, sr., Central DeWitt

220 -- 1. Noah Broderson, sr., Davenport Assumption; 2. Kadon Hulett, sr., Creston-OM; 3. Caleb Ring, sr., Osage; 9. Nick Smith, sr., Central DeWitt

285 -- 1. Spencer Trenary, so., Clarion-Goldfield-Dows; 2. Elijah Van't Hof, sr., Sioux Center; 3. Tristan Wirfs, sr., Mount Vernon

Class 1A

Teams -- 1. Lisbon (6); 2. Sibley-Ocheyedan (5); 3. Missouri Valley (5); 4. Don Bosco (5); 5. Alburnett (5); 6. Martensdale- St Marys (3); 7. Logan Magnolia (5); 8. Dike-New Hartford (3); 9. Southeast Warren (4); 10. North Linn (3)

Top 3 + locals

106 -- 1. Jaymus Wilson, so., Alburnett; 2. Adam Allard, fr., West Sioux; 3. Cobe Siebrecht, so., Lisbon; 10. Daniel Meeker, fr., Wapello

113 -- 1. Cael Happel, fr., Lisbon; 2. Jacob Ragsdale, sr., Dike-New Hartford; 3. Devon Meeker, sr., Wapello

120 -- 1. Brady Kyner, sr., SE Warren; 2. Gable Fox, jr., Don Bosco; 3. Brock Henderson, sr., North Linn; 8. Ben Emrich, jr., Tipton

126 -- 1. Alex Thomsen, jr., Underwood; 2. Donny Schmit, jr., Wapsie Valley; 3. Kody Berg, sr., Westwood Sloan

132 -- 1. Joshua Tibbits, so., Martensdale-St Marys; 2. Chance Throndson, jr., Riceville; 3. Kolton Roth, jr., GTRA

138 -- 1. Jacob Hansen, sr., West Fork; 2. Tanner Lundgren, sr., Emmetsburg; 3. Austin Leopard, sr., Louisa Muscatine

145 -- 1. Trent Johnson, sr., Dike-New Hartford; 2. Dylan Schuck, sr., Sibley Ocheyedan; 3. Trey Brisker, jr., Wilton

152 -- 1. Zach Axmear, sr., English Valleys; 2. Brennan Swafford, jr., Mediapolis; 3. Skylar Solko, sr., Alta-Aurelia

160 -- 1. Nathan Hayes, jr., Missouri Valley; 2. Jacob Krakow, sr., Iowa Valley; 3. Karsen Seehase, sr., Sumner-Fredericksburg

170 -- 1. Tanner Sloan, jr., Alburnett; 2. Taylan Entriken, sr., Hudson; 3. Trent Kruger, sr., Sibley Ocheyedan

182 -- 1. Logan Schumacher, jr., Martensdale-St Marys; 2. Daniel Bishop, sr., Hinton; 3. Alec McDowell, sr., Maquoketa Valley; 6. Bryce Oveson, sr., Wilton

195 -- 1. Slade Sifuentes, sr., Lake Mills; 2. Hunter Hagen, jr., West Hancock; 3. Walker Even, sr., Don Bosco; 6. Mason Lyons, sr., Bellevue

220 -- 1. Drake Johnsen, sr., Logan Magnolia; 2. Tom Reif, jr., Missouri Valley; 3. Caleb Meinders, sr., AGWSR

285 -- 1. Jared Brinkman, sr., Iowa City Regina; 2. Matt Naig, sr., Sibley Ocheyedan; 3. Kyler Schott, sr., North Linn

Boys swimming

Muscatine Triangular

Dual scores: Muscatine 114, Davenport North 39; Muscatine 100, Keokuk 52; Keokuk 66, Davenport North 56

(All teams swam together)

200 medley relay \u2013 1, MUS (Eli Meeker, Logan Nugent, Nick Santaniello, scott Schafer) 1:54.40; 2, MUS) Gabe Bender, Klye Schoer, Wade Whiteside, Christian Kellett) 1:55.40.

200 freestyle \u2013 1, Daylon Shelangoski (Muscatine) 1:55.02; 2, Lucas Burkamper (Muscatine) 2:15.27; 3, Eddie Treiber (Muscatine) 2:18.24.

200 individual medley \u2013 1, Dyalan Jones (Keokuk) 2:12.92; 2, Kyle Schoer (Muscatine) 2:18.83; 3, Nick Santaniello (Muscatine) 2:28.12.

50 freestyle \u2013 1, Ethan Wilkinson (Davenport North) 23.76; 2, Scott Schafer (Muscatine) 24.06; 3, Connor Heinz (Keokuk) 24.32.

100 butterfly -- 1, Jacob Jones (Keokuk) 1:06.65; 2, Lucas Burkamper (Muscatine) 1:10.62; 3, Brenden Goellinitz (Davenport North) 1:14.85.

100 freestyle \u2013 1, Ethan Wilkinson (Davenport North) 52.55; 2, Scott Schafer (Muscatine) 53.22; 3, Kyle Schoer (Muscatine) 53.47.

500 freestyle \u2013 1, Gabe Bender (Muscatine) 5:55.98; 2, Jacob Jones (Keokuk) 6:09.37; 3, Isaac Nichols (Muscatine) 6:55.24.

200 free relay \u2013 1, Muscatine (Thomas Lobianco, Nicholas Hilton, Even Kelly, Griffin Steines) 2:01.67; 2, Muscatine (Brodie Nugent, Carson Borde, Benjamin Zigamen, Christian Kellett) 2:02.39.

100 backstroke \u2013 1, Wade Whiteside (Muscatine) 1:00.36; 2, Connor Heinz (Keokuk) 1:10.58; 3, Carson Orr (Muscatien) 1:14.34.

100 breaststroke \u2013 1, Dylan Jones (Keokuk) 1:05.71; 2, Daylon Shelangoski (Muscatine) 1:09.26; 3, Nick Santaniello (Muscatine) 1:15.54.

400 free relay \u2013 1, Keokuk 3:52.32; 2, Muscatine (Gabe Bender, Carson Orr, Kyle Schoer, Will Zillig) 3:54.62.

Bettendorf 109, Burlington 59

200 medley relay -- 1. Burlington (Kale Schuff, Matthew Rowland, Josh Gulick, Blake Wyrick), 1:50.12; 2. Bettendorf (Xavier Lee, CJ Myers, Luke Nickles, Ethan Clarke), 1:58.75

200 freestyle -- 1. Caleb Aman (BETT), 1:42.97; 2. Luke Nickles (BETT), 2:06.72; 3. Landon Duerre (BURL), 2:07.24

200 IM -- 1. Zach Bunn (BETT), 2:00.70; 2. Charlie Bunn (BETT), 2:10.88; 3. Ben Luppen (BETT), 2:15.13

50 freestyle -- 1. Andrew Ottavianelli (BETT), 23.49; 2. Blake Wyrick (BURL), 23.68; 2. Matthew Rowland (BURL), 23.68

100 butterfly -- 1. Ryan Schade (BETT), 57.42; 2. Ben Ketalaar (BETT), 1:00.52; 3. Josh Gulick (BURL), 1:02.31

100 freestyle -- 1.\u00a0Andrew Ottavianelli (BETT), 51.85; 2. Blake Wyrick (BURL), 52.40; 3. Ben Luppen (BETT), 52.66

500 freestyle -- 1. Zach Bunn (BETT), 4:55.61; 2. Zach Hunter (BURL), 6:13.88; 3. Jacob Venvertloh (BURL), 6:26.72

200 freestyle relay -- 1. Bettendorf (Sam Mitvalsky, Andrew Ottavianelli, Ben Ketalaar, Charlie Bunn), 1:32.82; 2. BURL (Matthew Rowland, Niles Siefken, Josh Gulick, Blake Wyrick), 1:37.17

100 backstroke -- 1. Charlie Bunn (BETT), 58.48; 2. Ryan Schade (BETT), 58.72; 3. Luke Nickles (BETT), 1:05.02

100 breaststroke -- 1. Caleb Aman (BETT), 58.08; 2. Ben Ketalaar (BETT), 1:05.22; 3. Matthew Rowland (BURL), 1:05.82

400 freestyle relay -- 1. Bettendorf (Ben Luppen, Ryan Schade, Ben Ketalaar, Sam Mitvalsky), 3:31.76; 2. Burlington (Josh Gulick, Niles Siefken, Jacob Venvertloh, Colton Ketcham), 3:49.82

Davenport Central 131, Clinton 32

200 medley relay -- 1. Davenport Central (Joseph Shie, Andrew Shie, Charley Cummins, Seth Land), 1:37.58; 2. Davenport Central (Canon Klaur, Michael Smith, Wyatt Land, Will Rolfstad), 1:56.80

200 freestyle -- 1. Wyatt Land (DC), 2:01.58; 2. Canon Klaur (DC), 2:11.93; 3. Jack Marlowe (CLIN), 2:17.82

200 IM -- 1. Devin Land (DC), 2:08.92; 2. Will Rolfstad (DC), 2:15.93; 3. Bobby Solis (DC), 2:38.48

50 freestyle -- 1. Seth Land (DC), 22.22; 2. Andrew Shie (DC), 22.23; 3. Zane Jensen (CLIN), 25.69

100 butterfly -- 1. Charley Cummins (DC), 53.43; 2. Seth Land (DC), 55.00; 3. Louis Nelson (DC), 1:27.39

100 freestyle -- 1. Joseph Shie (DC), 49.45; 2. Zane Jensen (CLIN), 56.63; 3. Michael Smith (DC), 59.22

500 freestyle -- 1. Devin Land (DC), 5:07.96; 2. Canon Klaur (DC), 5:58.04; 3. Bobby Solis (DC), 6:09.48

200 freestyle relay -- 1. Davenport Central (Will Rolfstad, Charley Cummins, Devin Land, Seth Land), 1:34.12; 2. Clinton (Garrett Stumbaugh, Zane Jensen, Jack Marlowe, Josh Bolen), 1:46.40

100 backstroke -- 1. Joseph Shie (DC), 57.15; 2. Wyatt Land (DC), 1:00.21; 3. Will Rolfstad (DC), 1:00.61

100 breaststroke -- 1. Andrew Shie (DC), 58.76; 2. Charley Cummins (DC), 1:04.26; 3. Michael Smith (DC), 1:15.86

400 freestyle relay -- 1. Davenport Central (Devin Land, Joseph Shie, Wyatt Land, Andrew Shie), 3:27.20; 2. Davenport Central (Canon Klaur, Danny Frandsen, Bobby Solis, Marty Leyhe), 4:06.97

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For Moline, this is clearly the one that got away. For United Township, this was the one that should be filed under \u201cnever give up.\u201d

In a girls basketball game between truly evenly matched teams, the Panthers rallied from a seven-point deficit with 6 minutes, 14 seconds remaining, using a 10-0 fourth-quarter run to win 54-51 over the Maroons on Thursday at Wharton Field House.

\u201cThis is exciting,\u201d said Panthers junior center Ryleigh O\u2019Brien, who led UT with 17 points and 12 rebounds. Her last two points came on free throws that cemented the victory and put the Panthers up 54-48.

\u201cWe knew this was our game,\u201d O'Brien added. \u201cWe were not going to give up. We were going to give 110 percent from beginning to end that second half and we are going to leave it all out there.\u201d

UT had trailed since the first quarter and gradually closed the gap until Moline got two Hannah Thiele 3-pointers to open the fourth quarter and stretch a one-point lead to seven. But the Maroons committed six fourth-quarter turnovers as the lead slipped away.

The seven-point fourth-quarter deficit only served as motivation, O'Brien said.

\u201cWe\u2019re down by this much,\u201d she said. \u201cWe need to push this ball down the court, and that\u2019s exactly what we did.\u201d

The Panthers (14-8, 5-3 Western Big Six) stopped a three-game losing streak and moved two games ahead of the Maroons (13-9, 3-4) in conference play. UT has only two games remaining and is a half-game behind second-place Galesburg (19-5, 5-2) in the standings.

\u201cIt hurt. It hurts,\u201d said Moline coach Tracy Sant Amour, whose team had won at UT 53-45 on Dec. 1.

United Township, which at one point made just one of eight foul shots earlier in the fourth quarter, closed by making four straight, two each by O\u2019Brien and Davi Buchanan with Buchanan\u2019s putting the Panthers up 52-48 with 15.8 seconds remaining.

The Panthers got 15 points from guard Maddie Tague on five 3-pointers, three in the second half, and 12 points from Brandi LaFountaine. Her sister, Brittni, was in foul trouble and only had one bucket but it was big, putting the Panthers up by four in the final minute. Buchanan finished with eight points.

Moline had a big night going with Alannah Crompton, who had 11 points early in the third quarter but was held scoreless from that point on. She added 13 rebounds. Thiele nearly bailed the Maroons out, scoring 18 points while shooting 4-for-10 shooting from beyond the arc.

The Maroons also got 12 points from Crystal Rios. But a week after making 10 3-pointers against Rock Island, Rios only made two Thursday, one coming at the buzzer to which she turned around and said, \u201cfinally.\u201d

\u201cWe were trying to get the girls to make smarter decisions on offense and they didn\u2019t make the smart decisions on offense,\u201d Sant Amour said.

For Panthers coach Carie Walker, this was a nice one to get. She saluted Brandi LaFountaine, a 5-foot-10 sophomore who added five rebounds on top of her 12 points.

\u201cThis was a big game for her,\" Walker said. \"Somebody had to step it up and who better to fill her sister\u2019s (Brittni) shoes that were missing on the floor than her sister.\"

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Wrestling

North Scott 56, Davenport West 18: Wyatt Wriedt earned his 100th career victory and North Scott's wrestling team cruised to a 56-18 conference dual win at home on senior night.

The Lancers had six pins and capitalized on two forfeits to remain undefeated in MAC competition. Benny Lingle (132) and Anthony Stock (170) had contested victories for the Falcons.

Assumption 49, Pleasant Valley 16: Sean Casey, Adam Laubenthal, Julien Broderson, Peter Laubenthal and Noah Broderson had pins as Assumption downed Pleasant Valley in a home dual.

Nolan Melchert defeated PV's Brady Bormann in the 285-pound bout, 7-3. PV received wins from fourth-ranked Eli Loyd (120), Brock Redecker (145) and Dermott Weldon (152).

Bettendorf wins triangular: Bettendorf's wrestling team cruised to dual wins over Davenport North (61-12) and Muscatine (67-12) Thursday at North.

The Bulldogs won all but one contested bout against the Muskies. Mason Morris, Bradley Holmes, Alex Lopez and Nick Lank had falls for Bettendorf.

In the North dual, Bettendorf had seven falls and a major decision.

Muscatine bested North in the other dual, 48-21.

Lena-Winslow 40, Clinton 27: Lena-Winslow collected four pins and won nine bouts to defeat Clinton in a non-conference dual at Yourd Gymnasium.

Justin Brewer (106 pounds), Jess Chapman (145) and Walker Chapman (152) had contested wins for Clinton, which hosts the Bob Lueders Invitational on Saturday.

Rock Island 60, Alleman 9: Rock Island recorded six falls and collected forfeit wins at 106, 113 and 120 to roll past Alleman in a Big Six dual.

Jorge Duarte (145), Chase Spicer (182), Alex Andrews (220), Donovan Rodgers (285), Victor Guzman (126) and Mike Long (138) had pins for the Rocks.

Elsewhere, Moline defeated United Township 49-19.

Girls basketball

Rock Island 64, Quincy 17: Chrislyn Carr scored 15 points as the Rocks (23-1, 7-0) moved one win away from clinching at least a share of the Western Big Six title.

Galesburg 54, Alleman 21: Kaylah Townsell scored 16 points and the Silver Streaks (19-4) remained in sole possession of second place in the Western Big Six at 5-2 with the win. The Pioneers fell to 7-13 overall and 1-7 in Big Six play.

\u2014 Staff report

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MUSCATINE\u00a0\u2014 The Muscatine boys swimming team decided the best way to honor their seniors was to let them swim together in front of their home crowd.

Both of the Muscatine teams competing in the 200 medley relay to open its triangular with Davenport North and Keokuk on Thursday night at Carver Swim Center consisted mostly of senior swimmers.

And they couldn't hide their excitement when the team of seniors Eli Meeker, Logan Nugent, Nick Santaniello and Scott Schafer won the event by a full second in 1 minute, 54.20 seconds.

\u201cOnce (the seniors) all found out we would be doing senior relays, words cannot describe how happy we were,\u201d Schafer said. \u201cWe were being allowed to swim together one last time at our home pool, so it was a really nice. I think we all did a great job tonight.\u201d

Muscatine swept the meet, beating North 114-39 and Keokuk 100-52.

As well as the seniors worked together to start the meet, only three others would take first in an event as Griffin Steines, Nick Hilton and Evan Kelly teamed with Thomas Lobianco win the 200 freestyle relay in 2:01.67.

The Muskies also got wins from sophomore Wade Whiteside in the 100 backstroke in 1:00.36, freshman Daylon Shelangoski in the 200 freestyle in 1:55.02 and sophomore Gabe Bender in the 500 freestyle in 5:55.98.

\u201cWe saw some competition we weren\u2019t exactly planning on, but I felt we handled that well,\u201d Schafer said. \u201cI think overall as a team we took steps forward as a program.\u201d

The memories of old rivalries came to the forefront, though, as Schafer swam against Meeker on their leg in the final event, the\u00a0400 free relay. After the classmates tried to out-do the other, Schafer\u2019s relay was in first and Meeker\u2019s was in second.

\u201cI loved swimming that last race against Eli,\u201d Schafer said. \u201cWe have been swimming together for years, even before high school, so to finish off my home season like that was my favorite part of the night.\u201d

Along with old came the new as five of the Muskie seniors \u2014 Christian Zogg-Kellett, Kyle Hoffman, Hilton, Kelly and Nugent\u00a0\u2014 decided to join swimming for the first time this season.

\u201cI think a lot of them were buddies and they wanted to do something together so they chose swimming,\u201d Muskie coach Judd Anderson said. \u201cThey have been really good kids for us, in terms of giving their all day in and day out. I think them doing that for us really helped everyone\u2019s times improve this year so far.\u201d

As the seniors were being recognized during the meet, the team's bond was on display. Jokes were told and\u00a0 teammates screamed loudly for each senior as they were announced.

If it still wasn\u2019t evident\u00a0by the end of the night, it surely was after when all the seniors competed in \u201cwheelbarrow swims\u201d after the competition was over\u00a0\u2014 which saw one Muskie using their arms while a teammate held on and kicked to see what pair was the fastest.

\u201cSwimming like that was really interesting to say the least, but we seniors wanted to do something crazy and see what happened.\u201d Schafer said. \u201cI love this team and the atmosphere that we give off when each other are around. I am really going to miss these guys once this season is over.\u201d

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Muscatine (7-4, 4-3) at Assumption (8-4, 4-3)

When: Friday, 7:30 p.m.

Where: Assumption High School

Twitter: Follow the Quad City Times' Matt Coss, @mattcoss78

Muscatine's top players: Joe Wieskamp, 6-6, jr. (29.6 ppg, 9.5 rpg, 1.8 bpg); Jake Mussehl, 6-2, sr. (10.8 ppg, 5.2 rpg); Garrett Mueller, 6-0 jr. (8.3 ppg, 2.9 rpg)

Assumption's top players: Trenton Wallace, sr. (14.2 ppg, 3.3 rpg); Trent Fitzpatrick, jr. (12.6 ppg, 4.8 apg); Liam Robbins, sr. (10.5 ppg, 6.4 rpg).

Need to know: The Muskies come into their Mississippi Athletic Conference matchup on a three-game winning streak, their longest of the year. The Muskies are averaging 77.3 points per game in their winning streak, an increase of nearly 13 points over their season average. With Joe Wieskamp continuing to play at a high level scoring 34.7 points per game during the winning streak, it's been the play of his teammates that have been particularly key. Garrett Mueller (14.7 points) has become the third regular contributor with Jake Mussehl (11.3) and Wieskamp. The play of Jackson Foulk (7.7) has given the Muskies an added boost, but Muscatine coach Gary Belger still sees room for improvement. Assumption can be just as potent offensively, averaging 62.6 points, with a veteran backcourt and the 6-foot-11 Liam Robbins.

Muscatine coach Gary Belger: \"We need to play better defense. We got to practice harder. ... We had some troubles defensively the last game and taking care of the ball late to close out the game. We're getting good play from three players. ... Assumption's really good. They're one of the best teams I've seen all year. It'll be extremely tough game for us. We just want to come and play competitive and keep getting a little better. ... They're well coached, their guards don't press things. They're really good.\"

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It's hard to tell what's more impressive. The fact that three Western Big Six basketball players have joined the rarefied air of the 1,000-point club this season. Or that all three play on great teams.

Rock Island teammates Brea Beal and Chrisyln Carr play on the top girls team in the Quad-Cities and one of the best in the state. United Township's Tray Buchanan stars for arguably the best boys team in the area.

There are only four losses between the teams. The Panthers are 19-3 overall and ranked 10th in the latest Illinois Class 4A AP poll. The Rocks, meanwhile, have won three tournaments and are ranked No. 2 in the state at 22-1 overall.

Both teams are in first place and unbeaten in conference play. Buchannan, Beal and Carr are obviously big reasons why.

Carr achieved the 1,000-point mark for her career early in the season for Rock Island in her first game. The junior transfer piled up most of her points in her first two seasons at Davenport West, where she led the MAC in scoring a year ago.

Carr entered Thursday night averaging about 15 points per game while Beal, a sophomore, was at 21.8 and reached 1,000 points Monday. Beal, of course, is considered among the nation\u2019s best girls basketball recruits in the class of 2019.

The pair will be honored at next week\u2019s home game against Rock Island Alleman on Jan. 26.

\u201cIt really is a pretty big achievement,\u201d said Rocky coach Thad Hoover. \u201cA thousand points is a lot of points. You are obviously a great player if you are scoring that well. We\u2019ve had a lot of really good players who didn\u2019t score that many, so that\u2019s definitely a big honor.

\u201cThe big thing is with a player that scores that many points is that they have put a lot of work in to have that kind of skillset, and both those girls have practiced a lot to be able to score that way.\u201d

The Rocky duo has also meshed well in their first season together to help pile up the wins.

\u201cThe thing we have really done well together as of late is work together to score points and because of that all of our kids are scoring better,\" Hoover said. \"And Chrislyn and Brea are a part of that. Both of them have been playing really well offensively, and as a team we have been.\u201d

Buchanan, who also hit the 1,000-point milestone Monday, has done all of his scoring at UT in just over one and a half seasons after transferring from Chicago Simeon late in his sophomore year.

This season he is averaging 20.7 points per game while also pulling down 3.86 rebounds. But, according to his coach, you wouldn't hear it from him.

\u201cThe thing that is for me fun to see and be a part of it is just how unselfish he is and he never talks about any of that stuff,\u201d said Panthers coach Ryan Webber. \u201cHe just kind of goes about his business.

\"I don\u2019t think I can talk about it enough just how he goes about hard work. He never has a bad day. Every practice, he\u2019s focused. He works at his craft. He works hard at his ball-handling, his shooting, his free-throw shooting, his threes, coming off screens. ... So, it\u2019s nice to see kids get rewarded by being true to the game. We always talk about if you\u2019re good to the game, the game is good to you.\u201d

Buchanan is quite a leader and role model, too. Last Thursday, an elementary school fan won a drawing to be an honorary coach for the night. Buchanan took the youngster under his wing, looking out for him at every turn.

\u201cJust to see the way Tray treated him to get him to be part of the action all the time, he made sure on a night where it\u2019s a big game for himself, he\u2019s trying to make some little kid\u2019s life really good,\u201d Webber said. \u201cThat speaks volumes for who he is as a person.

\u201cIt\u2019s neat to see a kid who gets the power of who he is and how he can influence little kids and others around him.\u201d

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Assumption (8-5, 6-3) at Muscatine (6-8, 4-5)\u00a0

When: Friday, 7:30 P.M.

Where: MHS Fieldhouse

Twitter: Follow the Journal's Jeremy Lensing, @jeremylensing36

Muscatine's probable starters: G \u2014 Abby Rusch, 5-5, sr. (9.4 ppg); G \u2014 Mati Hepker, 5-7, sr. (6.1 ppg); G \u2014 Tessa Kerr, 5-11, jr. (4.9 ppg); G \u2013 Macey Rodgers, 5-9, so. (8 ppg); F \u2013 Amanda Doyle, 6-0, sr. (3.4 ppg)

Assumption's top players: Bailey Brown, jr. (15.2 ppg); Jasmine Harris, sr. (15 ppg); Molly Gervase, jr. (3.1 spg)

Need to know: The Muskies hope to continue their strong play since the holiday break when they get back into Mississippi Athletic Conference play against the Knights, particularly in terms of starting quick. One area where Muscatine has still struggled despite playing better is getting behind quickly. That will be particularly key against the Class 3A No. 9 Knights, who average the eighth-most points in the state (69.2). Assumption will look to push the tempo, both offensively and defensively. They'll pressure and look for quick shots, so the Muskies will need to take care of the ball and execute its game plan to keep things rolling after a strong effort Tuesday at Washington.\u00a0

Muscatine coach Susan Orvis: \"We've got to get out early and hopefully handle the pressure and establish the tempo. We can't allow a quick start tomorrow night. We've got to be on the right side of it. ... They're going to push the ball, they're going to drive the ball to the rim. They're going to shoot a lot of threes. ... We've spent a lot of time breaking pressure, full-court pressure and half-court pressure, we've worked on that all year. ... Hopefully limit them to as many one-shot possessions as possible.\"

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Boys basketball

Illinois AP prep poll

Here are the boys prep basketball polls with rank, team, first-place votes, record and total points.

Class 4A
SchoolW-LPtsPrv
1. Simeon (12)16-01201
2. Evanston Township14-2972
3. Edwardsville13-1903
4. Bolingbrook15-0755
5. Curie16-2716
6. Joliet West16-1477
7. Kenwood11-3304
8. Whitney Young11-4278
9. Fremd16-0239
10. East Moline United18-32010

Others receiving 7 or more votes: Geneva 13. Belleville West 10. Belleville (Althoff Catholic) 10. East St. Louis 9. Willowbrook 9.

Class 3A
SchoolW-LPtsPrv
1. Morgan Park (9)12-31392
2. Springfield Lanphier (5)13-11301
3. Bloomington15-31083
4. North Lawndale13-4874
5. Fenwick13-4825
6. Benton (1)15-1786
7. Farragut7-3319
8. Centralia9-42510
9. Effingham13-221NR
10. Breese Central14-319NR

Others receiving 7 or more votes: Springfield Southeast 18. Burlington Central 13. Morton 11. Mahomet-Seymour 7.

Class 2A
SchoolW-LPtsPrv
1. Quincy Notre Dame (9)14-11421
2. Chicago Uplift (2)14-41272
3. Teutopolis (1)16-11155
4. Orr (2)11-11064
5. Tremont (1)16-1983
(tie)Eldorado (1)19-1986
7. Pinckneyville16-15310
8. Alton Marquette15-2479
9. Mt. Carmel15-3368
10. Hoopeston14-117NR

Others receiving 7 or more votes: Rockridge 14. St. Joseph-Ogden 9.

Class 1A
SchoolW-LPtsPrv
1. Quest Academy (7)20-11382
2. Okawville (6)15-21321
3. Effingham St. Anthony (1)17-11015
4. Colfax Ridgeview17-1984
5. East Dubuque (1)19-1973
6. DePue19-0846
7. Newark14-3647
8. Annawan15-2478
9. Hope Academy17-33010
10. Mendon Unity13-410NR

Others receiving 7 or more votes: Nokomis 7. St. Anne 7.

Girls basketball

Illinois AP prep poll

Here are the girls prep basketball polls with rank, team, first-place votes, record and total points.

Class 4A
SchoolW-LPtsPrv
1. Montini (12)21-01201
2. Rock Island22-1962
3. Edwardsville20-0944
4. Homewood-Flossmoor13-2823
5. Benet18-2675
6. Rockford Boylan19-1486
7. Springfield17-2417
8. Hersey18-2338
9. Geneva14-3229
10. Oswego East19-321NR

Others receiving 7 or more votes: Bradley-Bourbonnais 12. Evanston Township 11.

Class 3A
SchoolW-LPtsPrv
1. Chicago Marshall (7)10-01322
2. Morton (4)19-21231
3. Mattoon (1)21-0924
4. Highland(2)16-3873
5. Bethalto Civic Memorial17-3855
6. Richwoods18-3736
7. Rochester14-3568
8. Effingham18-2347
9. Normal University16-332NR
10. North Lawndale14-31310
(tie)Litchfield19-213NR

Others receiving 7 or more votes: Peoria Central 8.

Class 2A
SchoolW-LPtsPrv
1. Byron (11)19-21271
2. Eureka(1)19-21052
3. Teutopolis20-2963
4. Sherrard20-2924
5. Camp Point Central19-2725
6. Kewanee21-3509
7. Hall18-5476
8. Sesser-Valier (1)19-1418
9. Hillsboro18-4357
10. Gilman Iroquois West18-211NR
(tie)Auburn20-31110

Others receiving 7 or more votes: Arthur-Lovington-Hammond-Atwood 9. St. Edward 8.

Class 1A
SchoolW-LPtsPrv
1. Lebanon (12)19-01351
2. Winchester(2)20-01233
3. Ashton-Franklin Center18-2972
4. Colfax Ridgeview19-2875
5. Mount Olive19-2816
6. Okawville16-4587
7. Danville Schlarman13-5408
8. Calhoun13-4344
9. Princeville21-2299
10. Heyworth20-126NR

Others receiving votes: Annawan 21. Galena 15.

Annawan 65, Ridgewood 38

Ridgewood -- Carlie Barman 4 2-7 3 10, Marcie Shannon 3 0-0 2 6, Hannah Akers 0 0-0 5 0, Grayce Spicher 1 2-4 2 4, Lauren Curry 3 0-0 4 7, Emily Kenney 4 0-0 4 11. Totals 15 4-11 20 38.

Annawan -- VanHyfte 9 8-12 1 27, Sierens 2 2-3 5 8, Jackson 2 2-6 1 6, Peterson 1 2-4 2 4, Randall 2 0-0 2 4, Rico 1 0-0 2 2. Totals 22 17-29 10 65.\u00a0

Annawan;10;19;24;12;--;65

Ridgewood;5;15;7;11;--;38

3-point goals -- Ridgewood 4 (Kenney 3, Curry); Annawan 4 (Sierens 2, VanHyfte, Gripp). Fouled out -- Ridgewood (Akers); Annawan (Sierens).\u00a0

Wrestling\u00a0

Fulton 36, Rockridge 30

106 -- Henderson (Ful) pinned Swailes 0:23. 120 -- Ty Fleetwood (Ful) pinned opponent 1:34. 126 -- Dahl (Rock) dec. Kaecker 5-4. 132 -- Throne (Rock) pinned Hansen 1:44. 138 -- Heinitz (Ful) pinned Swailes 4:25. 145 -- Simmons (Rock) pinned Hodge 2:40. 152 -- Grant (Ful) pinned McCabe 3:40. 160 -- Smith (Rock) won by forfeit. 170 -- Martin (Ful) dec. Salmon 4-2. 182 -- Eli Pannell (Ful) pinned Calvin 1:59. 195 -- Lenz (Ful) dec. Dierikx 11-8. 220 -- Miller (Rock) won by forfeit. HWT -- Schmidt (Rock) dec. Tay Fleetwood 5-3.\u00a0

Fulton 38, Riverdale 27

106 -- Henderson (Ful) pinned Fuller 2:36. 120 -- Ty Fleetwood (Ful) tech fall opponent 3:56, 8-3. 126 -- Kaecker (Ful) dec. Edwards 4-0. 132 -- Reiman (River) pinned Hansen 1:54. 138 -- Heinitz (Ful) dec. Altensey 10-3. 145 -- Brinkmeir (River) pinned Hodge 5:44. 152 -- Grant (Ful) dec. Biscontine 6-1. 160 -- Rose (River) won by forfeit. 170 -- Angel (River) dec. Martin 4-0. 195 -- Eli Pannell (Ful) pinned Lemaster 1:22. 220 -- Lenz (Ful) pinned Dwyer 1:51. HWT -- Tay Fleetwood (Ful) won by forfeit.\u00a0

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