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De'Ante Walker admitted that through three quarters, the United Township defense was taking too many gambles.

So the message from head coach Ryan Webber after the third quarter was pretty simple, \"Don't gamble.\"

The Panthers got the message and locked down Davenport North in the fourth quarter, holding the Wildcats to just four points en route to a 56-40 win at The Panther Den.

The Illinois Class 4A 10th-ranked Panthers held a 39-36 lead after three quarters, but Walker helped the Panthers pull away, hitting three 3-pointers in the fourth quarter as part of his game-high 23 points.

\"It felt good coming out of my hands and it felt like a good fourth quarter,\" Walker said. \"We just had to stop them from scoring and run the score up so we could put them out.\"

Last year, the Panthers handed the Wildcats a 56-29 loss and early Tuesday, United Township looked like it might quickly put the game away again, taking a 20-11 lead after the first quarter. North cut the lead to 28-20 at halftime, then really got to work in the third quarter.

Atticus Taylor quickly scored seven of his team-high 15 points, Jared Beck got a basket and then VJ Wilmington hit a layup to cut the score to 33-32 with three minutes, 55 seconds left in the third quarter.

The Wildcats (5-6) had a chance to take the lead quickly after, but a layup attempt from Wilmington rattled around the rim and just rolled out. The Panthers (19-3) ended the quarter on a 6-4 run, then locked down in the fourth quarter to put the game away.

\"We just can't find a way to get that big bucket when we need it,\" North coach Joe Ewen said. \"That's what we need, one of those shots to fall, one of those fouls to go our way, one of those rebounds to fall to us. To me, you make those plays, it's the practice, the game shots, for us, it's getting that mentality day in and day out and finding a way to see it go through the net one time.\"

United Township senior and North Dakota signee Tray Buchanan scored 19 points and had multiple assists to Walker to spur the run, while Wilmington added 11 points for the Wildcats.

United Township also outrebounded North 21-19 and shot 45 percent from the field, a good sign considering the fatigue of coming off a stretch of six games in four games, including Sterling's MLK tournament.

\"It's been a tough stretch, you haven't had a chance to go back to the practice floor and I think everybody is a bit mentally and physically tired right now,\" Webber said. \"It was one of those situations where anyway we could find a way to get out of here with a win was all we were concerned about.\"

United Township 56, Davenport North 40

NORTH (5-6) \u2013 Keenan Hollingshed 2-5 0-0 5, VJ Wilmington 4-14 3-4 11, Max Taylor 2-5 0-0 3, Atticus Taylor 5-11 2-3 15, Jared Beck 2-2 0-0 4, TJ Vesey 1-1 0-0 2, Derek Murray 0-0 0-0 0, Austin McNeal 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 16-38 5-7 40

UNITED TOWNSHIP (19-3) \u2013 De\u2019Ante Walker 8-15 1-1 23, Jean Luc Wilson 0-0 2-2 2, Thomas Hughes 0-1 1-3 1, Izaya Sims 3-6 2-2 9, Tray Buchanan 6-16 5-6 19, Shamar Grant 0-0 0-0 0, Kyle Ellison 1-1 0-0 2, Zion Ducksworth 0-0 0-0 0, Cajzon Barajas 0-1 0-0 0, Payton Miller 0-0 0-0 0, Delaney Little 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 18-40 11-14 56

North;11;9;16;4;--;40

UT;20;8;11;17;--;56

Three-point goals \u2013 North 5-16 (A. Taylor 3-5, Hollingshed 1-3, M. Taylor 1-3, Wilmington 0-5); UT 8-23 (Walker 6-13, Buchanan 2-8, Hughes 0-1, Sims 0-1). Rebounds \u2013 North 19 (M. Taylor 5); UT 21 (Buchanan 8). Turnovers \u2013 North 14, UT 7. Team fouls \u2013 North 17, UT 11.

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Boys basketball

Iowa City West 59, Bettendorf 45: Top-ranked Iowa City West used a big fourth quarter to down eighth-ranked Bettendorf in a non-conference game Tuesday in Iowa City.

The Bulldogs (9-3) were outscored by a dozen points in the final 8-plus minutes of the game to have their five-game win streak snapped.

JMichael Young had 14 points and Joe Martens finished with 10 for Bettendorf, which was 2 of 10 from the 3-point line. Patrick McCaffery had 15 points and Connor McCaffery chipped in 14 for the Trojans (9-1).

Linn-Mar 47, Pleasant Valley 43: Thanks to a 19-point fourth quarter, Linn-Mar rallied to hand PV its third consecutive loss.

Brian Dayman had a game-high 20 points for the Spartans (5-7), who have lost their last three contests by 4, 2 and 4 points, respectively. Trey Hutcheson had a dozen points for Linn-Mar.

Muscatine 84, Mount Pleasant 78: Iowa recruit Joe Wieskamp scored 32 of his game-high 42 points in the first half as Muscatine knocked off Class 3A fourth-ranked Mount Pleasant at home.

Wieskamp, averaging almost 35 points a game in the last three outings, also pulled down a season-high 16 rebounds. The Muskies (7-4) have won a season high three in a row.

Geneseo 69, Davenport West 53: Isaiah Rivera scored 20 points and Keaton Rice had 10 points and eight rebounds as Geneseo held West to one first-quarter point en route to a double-digit non-conference win.

The Maple Leafs made 17 of 19 free throws in the final quarter to prevail.

Girls basketball

North Scott 72, Cedar Rapids Kennedy 68 (OT): In a back and forth tilt, Class 4A sixth-ranked North Scott did enough in the four-minute overtime period to defeat Kennedy at The Pit.

The Lancers (10-4) have won six of their last eight games.

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Boys basketball

Tuesday's scores

MAC

Assumption 67, Alleman 63

Davenport Central 79, Cedar Rapids Jefferson 65

Fort Madison 61, Burlington 45

Geneseo 69, Davenport West 53

Iowa City West 59, Bettendorf 45

Linn-Mar 47, Pleasant Valley 43

Muscatine 84, Mount Pleasant 78

United Township 56, Davenport North 40

Iowa area

Calamus-Wheatland 62, Easton Valley 46

Camanche 73, Monticello 42

Central DeWitt 53, Solon 51

Maquoketa 72, Anamosa 56

Midland 44, Clinton Prince of Peace 43

Northeast 71, North Cedar 38

Wapello 76, Louisa-Muscatine 44

West Liberty 72, Durant 45

Winfield-Mount Union 56, Columbus Community 46

Illinois area

Fulton 43, Sherrard 40

Mercer County 60, Galva 40

West Central 42, Ridgewood 39

Annawan 68, Stark County 29

Princeville 65, Wethersfield 52

Rockridge 49, Morrison 30

Kewanee 58, Prophetstown 49

Riverdale 45, Orion 43

United Township 56, Davenport North 40

NORTH (5-6) \u2013 Keenan Hollingshed 2-5 0-0 5, VJ Wilmington 4-14 3-4 11, Max Taylor 2-5 0-0 3, Atticus Taylor 5-11 2-3 15, Jared Beck 2-2 0-0 4, TJ Vesey 1-1 0-0 2, Derek Murray 0-0 0-0 0, Austin McNeal 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 16-38 5-7 40

UNITED TOWNSHIP (19-3) \u2013 De\u2019Ante Walker 8-15 1-1 23, Jean Luc Wilson 0-0 2-2 2, Thomas Hughes 0-1 1-3 1, Izaya Sims 3-6 2-2 9, Tray Buchanan 6-16 5-6 19, Shamar Grant 0-0 0-0 0, Kyle Ellison 1-1 0-0 2, Zion Ducksworth 0-0 0-0 0, Cajzon Barajas 0-1 0-0 0, Payton Miller 0-0 0-0 0, Delaney Little 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 18-40 11-14 56

North;11;9;16;4;--;40

UT;20;8;11;17;--;56

Three-point goals \u2013 North 5-16 (A. Taylor 3-5, Hollingshed 1-3, M. Taylor 1-3, Wilmington 0-5); UT 8-23 (Walker 6-13, Buchanan 2-8, Hughes 0-1, Sims 0-1). Rebounds \u2013 North 19 (M. Taylor 5); UT 21 (Buchanan 8). Turnovers \u2013 North 14, UT 7. Team fouls \u2013 North 17, UT 11.

Assumption 67, Alleman 63

Assumption (8-4) -- Trent Fitzpatrick 0-0 7-9 7, Luke Fennelly 1-3 1-2 3, Trenton Wallace 6-12 5-7 18, Ray Thrapp 5-7 5-5 18, Liam Robbins 5-10 1-3 12, Landon Dugan 0-2 0-0 0, Dillon Peeters 2-6 1-2 7, Thomas Wahl 0-0 2-2 2. Totls 19-40 22-30 67.

Alleman (10-9) -- Ryan Hodge 2-8 0-0 5, Jake Sheldon 8-11 0-0 17, Nathan Graves 4-9 4-4 12, Colin O\u2019Keeffe 5-8 5-6 15, Andrew Barrett 3-5 4-4 11, Saur Patwal 0-0 0-0 0, Guaran Patwal 0-3 3-4 3, Michael Elliott 0-0 0-0 0, Nathan Hird 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 22-44 16-18 63.

Assumption;18;18;14;17;--;67

Alleman;16;8;22;17;--;63

3 pointers: Assumption 7-10 Wallace 0-3, Thrapp 3-3, Robbins 1-1 Duncan 0-1, Peeters 2-2); Alleman 3-12 (Hoge 1-4, Sheldon 1-1, O\u2019Keeffe 0-3, Barrett 1-2, G. Patwal 0-1). Total fouls (fouled out): Assumption 14 (none), Alleman 22 (Barrett, Sheldon). Turnovers: Assumption 11, Alleman 11.

Sophomores: Alleman 46, Assumption 43

Davenport Central 79, Cedar Rapids Jefferson 65

Jefferson -- Royshawn Webb 6 3-6 16, Kane Kramer 5 4-4 18, Kyler Bell 7 6-7 21, Willie Guy III 2 1-2 6, Trenton Kuennen 0 0-0 0, Dakota Hulsing 0 0-0 0, Curtis Shaw 2 0-0 4, Dedrick Hawkins 0 0-0 0. Totals 22 14-19 65.

Central -- Tyrique Vesey 8 6-8 22, Zachary Taylor 4 2-3 10, Rayshawn Bourrage 1 0-2 2, Ray Miller 8 4-7 20, Daejon Thorpe 1 0-0 2, Nathan Tyson 5 2-3 12, Manny Mack 4 0-2 9, Isaiah Litt 0 2-2 2, Cole Montgomery 0 0-0 0. Totals 31 16-27 79.

Jefferson;20;10;17;18;--;65

Central;22;14;19;24;--;79

3-point goals: Jefferson 7 (Kramer 4, Webb, Bell, Guy). Central 1 (Mack). Total Fouls: Jefferson 21, Central 17. Fouled out: None. Technical Foul: Vesey (DC).

Iowa City West 59, Bettendorf 45

BETTENDORF (9-3) -- Suni Lane 3-4 0-0 6, Joe Martens 5-11 0-1 10, Mark Kallenberger 1-4 1-2 3, Dylan Clearman 2-6 0-0 6, J.Michael Young 7-16 0-0 14, Cole Grothusen 2-5 0-0 4, Michael Baer 1-3 0-0 2, Justin Hunter 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 21-50 1-3 45.

IOWA CITY WEST (9-1) -- Seybian Sims 0-2 0-0 0, Patrick McCaffery 6-13 2-3 15, Izaya Ono-Fullard 2-4 0-0 5, Connor McCaffery 4-10 4-5 14, Devontae Lane 2-5 3-3 7, Nate Disterhoft 0-2 0-0 0, Evan Flitz 3-4 0-0 9, Hakeem Odunsi 3-3 3-4 9. Totals 20-43 12-15 59.

Halftime \u2014 West 25, Bettendorf 24. 3-point goals \u2014 Betendorf 2-10 (Young 0-4, Clearman 2-4, Baer 0-1, Hunter 0-1), West 7-23 (P. McCaffery 1-4, Ono-Fullard 1-3, C. McCaffery 2-8, Lane 0-3, Disterhoft 0-1, Flitz 3-4). Rebounds \u2014 Bettendorf 30 (Martens 8), West 25 (Sims, C. McCaffery 5). Total fouls \u2014 Bettendorf 13, West 4. Fouled out \u2014 None. Turnovers \u2014 Bettendorf 12, West 11.

Mercer County 60, Galva 40

Mercer County -- Jacob Dellitt 0 1-1 0 1, Ben Nichols 0 0-0 0 0, Rashaun King 5 1-2 4 12, Jeff Garrett 0 0-0 2 0, Anthony Ruggles 1 0-0 3 3, Jaden Dellitt 4 0-2 4 8, Erlends Zagorskis 0 1-2 0 1, Jordan Metcalf 4 1-1 4 9, Quinton King 9 2-5 2 24, Adem Ramadani 0 0-0 0 0, Treycin Essiq 1 0-0 0 2, Brady Nelson 0 0-0 0 0, Euan Lilly 0 0-0 0 0, Gavin King 0 0-0 0 0. Totals 24 6-14 19 60.

Galva -- Cooper Hoxworth 2 4-6 3 8, Mason Kaiser 2 3-4 2 8, Joshua Jeffries 0 0-0 0 0, Trey Kazubowski 2 2-4 0 6, AJ Stone 0 0-0 1 0, Nick Anderson 1 0-2 4 2, Ethan Peterson 0 1-2 1 1, Gunner Spivey 1 2-3 1 4, Carey Meyer 1 1-2 1 3, Knute Larson 1 0-0 0 3, Tanner Klein 0 0-0 0 0, Ryan Russell 0 1-2 2 1, Parker Taylor 1 0-0 3 2, Ernie Heinrich 1 0-1 0 2. Totals 12 14-26 18 40.\u00a0

Mercer County;20;12;16;12;--;60

Galva;5;8;14;13;--;40

3-point goals -- Mercer County 6 (Quinton King 4, Rashaun King, Ruggles ); Galva 2 (Larson, Kaiser).\u00a0

Camanche 73, Monticello 42

Monticello -- Avery Martensen 2 0-0 2 4, Jacob Manternach 1 1-2 2 4, Josh White 2 0-2 1 5, Alex Kremer 1 1-2 0 4, TJ Nealson 0 0-0 0 0, Taylor Manternach 0 0-0 1 0, Jordan Breashears 0 0-0 3 0, Alex Nealson 8 0-0 0 16, Andrew Tjaden 0 0-0 0 0, Kyle Sperfslage 2 0-0 3 5, Ryan Manternach 1 0-0 0 2. Totals 17 2-6 12 42.\u00a0

Camanche -- Cade Borrison 0 0-0 2 0, Evan Hall 1 0-0 0 2, Dev Patel 3 0-0 0 7, Ethan Schaffer 0 0-0 0 0, Tre Austin 2 0-0 0 6, Dakota Soenksen 5 3-5 2 16, Cam Soenksen 5 3-3 2 16, Jaxon White 1 0-0 0 2, Chase Grim 0 0-0 0 0, Carson Seeser 2 0-0 0 6, Dylan Hundley 5 3-3 1 14, David Gonzalez 2 0-1 1 4, Calvin Ottens 0 0-0 0 0, Caleb Delzell 0 0-0 0 0. Totals 26 9-12 11 73.

Monticello;15;7;9;11;--;42

Camanche;21;14;24;14;--;73\u00a0

3-point goals -- Monticello 4 (Jacon Manternach, White, Kremer, Sperfslage); Camanche 12 (Dakota Soenksen 3, Cam Soenksen 3, Austin 2, Seeser 2, Hundley, Patel).\u00a0

Calamus-Wheatland 63, Easton Valley 46

Easton Valley -- Nate Trenkamp 1 0-0 0 2, Dustin Lippens 3 0-0 1 8, Nate Hartung 4 0-0 4 8, Hunter Horst 2 0-0 5 4, Collin Thines 0 0-0 3 0, Logan Miller 8 0-1 1 17, Keegan Blake 1 0-0 4 2, Wyatt Bierman 2 0-0 2 5. Totals 21 0-1 19 46. \u00a0

Calamus-Wheatland -- Cole Moeller 7 4-6 2 21, Hunter Rickels 2 1-2 1 6, Garrett Rickels 3 3-5 0 11, Darick Dunham 1 0-0 0 2, Brant Boeckmann 3 0-1 2 7, Brett Kelting 6 0-0 2 15, Jacob Looney 0 0-0 1 0. Totals 22 8-14 8 63.\u00a0

Easton Valley;14;13;9;10;--;46

Calamus-Wheatland;9;20;16;18--;63

3-point goals -- Easton Valley 4 (Lippens 2, Miller, Bierman); Calamus-Wheatland 10 (Moeller 3, Kelting 3, Garrett Rickels 2, Hunter Rickels, Boeckmann). Fouled out -- Easton Valley (Horst).\u00a0

Northeast 71, North Cedar 38

Northeast -- Zach Parson 10 4-4 1 28, Collin Swanson 0 0-0 2 0, Ben Lange 1 0-0 1 3, Connor McDonald 0 1-2 0 1, Andrey Drury 1 0-0 1 2, Dawson Stoll 0 0-0 1 0, Axel Dondiego 4 3-3 0 11, Kyle Dell 1 0-0 0 3, Tyson Sullivan 1 0-0 2 2, Braeden Hoyer 2 0-0 1 4, Luke Empen 8 1-2 2 17, Kaleb Schneider 0 0-0 0 0. Totals 28 9-11 11 71.\u00a0

North Cedar -- Jacob Jensen 2 1-2 4 7, Mason Minar 1 0-0 0 2, Carter Johnson 2 2-4 1 6, Aaron Woodward 3 1-1 1 8, Brady Lehrman 0 0-0 0 0, Brice Sahr 2 0-0 0 5, Owen Meyer 0 0-0 1 0, Logan Minar 4 0-2 5 8, Greg Hansen 1 0-0 0 2. Totals 15 4-9 12 38.\u00a0

Northeast;20;13;15;23;--;71

North Cedar;9;9;14;6;--;38

3-point goals -- Northeast 6 (Parson 4, Lange, Dell); North Cedar 4 (Jensen 2, Woodward, Sahr). Fouled out -- North Cedar (Logan Minar).

Girls basketball

Tuesday's scores

MAC

Cedar Rapids Jefferson 64, Davenport Central 31

Davenport North 65, United Township 51

Iowa City West 69, Bettendorf 45

North Scott 72, Cedar Rapids Kennedy 68 (OT)

Pleasant Valley 45, Linn-Mar 40

Muscatine 55, Washington 34

Burlington 46, Fort Madison 36

Iowa area

Camanche 65, Monticello 41

Columbus Community 45, Winfield-Mount Union 40

Durant 50, West Liberty 29

Easton Valley 63, Calamus-Wheatland 21

Maquoketa 49, Anamosa 37

Midland 47, Clinton Prince of Peace 16

North Cedar 52, Northeast 48 (OT)

Solon 42, Central DeWitt 30

West Branch 81, Tipton 46

Pleasant Valley 45, Linn-Mar 40

LINN-MAR (10-4) \u2014 Carly Spies 3-5 3-4 9, Ally Johnson 1-8 1-2 4, Lexi Frese 0-0 1-2 1, Megan Murphy 3-6 0-0 9, Kamryn Finley 3-10 3-4 10, Macey Miller 0-0 0-0 0, Megan Renner 2-3 0-0 4, Carly Printy 1-3 0-0 3. Totals 13-35 8-12 40.

PLEASANT VALLEY (12-2) \u2014 Adrea Arthofer 5-9 0-0 13, Carli Spelhaug 3-6 0-0 6, Rory Donahue 0-2 2-2 2, Grace Budde 1-9 2-2 5, Ellie Spelhaug 0-7 1-2 1, Grace Necker 3-3 0-0 8, Mallory Lafever 2-6 3-4 7, Cami Hunter 1-2 0-0 3. Totals 15-44 8-10 45.

Linn-Mar;13;6;14;7;--;40

Pleasant Valley;13;13;8;11;--;45

3-point goals -- Linn-Mar 6-22 (Murphy 3-6, Johnson 1-7, Finley 1-6, Printy 1-3); PV 7-28 (Arthofer 3-4, Necker 2-2, Budde 1-8, Hunter 1-2, E. Spelhaug 0-5, C. Spelhaug 0-3, Donahue 0-2, Lafever 0-2). Rebounds -- Linn-Mar 28 (Spies 8); PV 24 (Donhaue 9, E. Spelhaug 7). Turnovers -- Linn-Mar 14, PV 6. Total fouls -- Linn-Mar 10, PV 11. Fouled out -- none.

Davenport North 65, United Township 51

NORTH (10-2) \u2013 Jacionna Stowers 8-15 0-1 20, Jinaya Houston 4-9 3-5 11, Coral Dillie 0-2 0-0 0, Mckenzie O\u2019Brien 2-5 0-1 6, Paige Bradford 5-10 2-2 13, Reese Ranum 3-5 2-2 8, Mariah Mayfield 1-7 1-4 3, Lindsay Wardlow 0-1 0-0 0, Kaylee Taylor 0-1 0-0 0, Lindsay Broders 0-0 1-2 1, Tayja Clayton 1-1 0-0 2, Camry Dillie 0-1 0-0 0, Bailey Ortega 0-0 0-0 0, Zoey Davis 0-1 0-0 0, Sydney Happel 0-0 1-1 1. Totals 24-58 10-18 65

UNITED TOWNSHIP (13-8) \u2013 Maddie Tague 1-10 2-4 5, Davi Buchanan 6-13 4-4 16, Ryleigh O\u2019Brien 5-15 2-3 12, Brandi LaFountaine 3-6 1-3 7, Brittni LaFountaine 0-3 0-0 0, Sandra Camarillo 0-0 4-6 4, Calie Walker 1-2 2-2 5, London Jackson 1-2 0-0 2, Jasmine Bell 0-0 0-0 0, Azlynn Sherrod-Butler 0-0 0-0 0, Dasyanique Cartwright 0-0 0-0 0, Jenna Fender 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 17-51 15-22 51

North;24;11;17;13;--;65

UT;16;9;6;20;--;51

Three-point goals \u2013 North 7-20 (Stowers 4-9, O\u2019Brien 2-4, Bradford 1-2, Houston 0-1, Dillie 0-1, Ranum 0-1, Mayfield 0-1, Wardlow 0-1); UT 2-10 (Tague 1-7, Walker 1-1, Buchanan 0-1, Jackson 0-1). Rebounds \u2013 North 29 (Houston 7, Bradford 7); UT 33 (O\u2019Brien 10, Bri. LaFountaine 8). Turnovers \u2013 North 15, UT 21. Team fouls \u2013 North 16, UT 15. Fouled out \u2013 North (Dillie), UT (none). Technical \u2013 North (bench).

Iowa City West 69, Bettendorf 45

IOWA CITY WEST (12-1) \u2013 Logan Cook 4-8 1-1 9, Emma Koch 6-10 3-4 15, Lauren Zacharias 0-2 0-0 0, Rachael Saunders 7-10 5-7 22, Maddie Huinker 1-6 2-2 4, Callyn Morgan 4-7 0-0 9, Katie McGrane 1-2 4-5 6, Paige Beckner 1-3 0-0 2, Ali Tauchen 1-2 0-0 2, Carrie Callahan 0-0 0-0 0, Brianna Faulkner 0-0 0-0 0, Sydney Allen 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 25-50 15-19 69.

BETTENDORF (11-3) \u2013 Jordan Ratigan 0-1 1-2 1, Kylie Wroblewski 5-10 3-4 14, Emily Ivory 3-9 0-1 7, Grace Erpelding 1-3 8-10 10, Erin Hatch 2-5 1-3 5, Elanor Drexler 1-4 0-2 2, Taylor VanZuiden 0-4 0-0 0, Laurel Braaten 0-0 0-0 0, Vanessa Glenn 2-2 0-0 4, Precious Bradley 0-1, Autumn Jensen 0-2 2-2 2. Totals 14-41 15-24 45.

Iowa City West;18;24;8;19;--;69

Bettendorf;12;9;11;13;--;45

3-point goals \u2013 Iowa City West 4-14 (Saunders 3-6, Morgan 1-3, Tauchen 0-1, Huinker 0-2, Zacharias 0-2); Bettendorf 2-10 (Wroblewski 1-2, Ivory 1-6, Ratigan 0-1, Drexler 0-1). Rebounds \u2013 Iowa City West 33 (Cook 7); Bettendorf 25 (Wroblewski 9). Total fouls \u2013 Iowa City West 17; Bettendorf 16. Fouled out \u2013 none. Turnovers \u2013 Iowa City West 16; Bettendorf 16. JV Score \u2013 Bettendorf 49, Iowa City 21.

Camanche 65, Monticello 41

Monticello -- Taylor McDonald 1 2-4 1 5, Shay Stephen 4 0-0 0 10, Lauren Ries 7 0-0 2 17, Maddie Lambert 1 0-0 1 3, Rylee Warthen 0 0-0 0 0, Jacqueline Petersen 0 0-0 1 0, Jordan Kuper 0 0-0 2 0, Maddie Fellinger 0 0-0 1 0, Carly Hayen 3 0-0 0 6, Savanah Kremer 0 0-0 0 0, Rileigh Lambert 0 0-1 0 0, Caitlyn Cruise 0 0-0 0 0, Anna Loes 0 0-0 0 0, Meredith Melchert 0 0-0 0 0, Macy McDonough 0 0-0 0 0. Totals 16 2-5 8 41. \u00a0\u00a0

Camanche -- Lea Lefebure 6 0-0 0 12, Cam Carstensen 0 0-0 0 0, Madi Parson 1 0-0 0 2, Sam Puckett 2 0-0 0 5, Hanna Nissen 1 0-0 0 2, Marly Bussa 7 0-0 3 18, Emily McElroy 0 0-0 1 0, Paige Waltz 0 0-0 1 0, Alexandra Nielsen 2 0-0 1 5, Courtney Schnoor 9 3-6 3 21. Totals 28 3-6 9 65.\u00a0

Monticello;11;14;8;8;--41

Camanche;19;10;24;12;--;65

3-point goals -- Monticello 7 (Ries 3, Stephen 2, Maddie Lambert, McDonald); Camanche 6 (Bussa 4, Nielsen, Puckett).

Wrestling\u00a0

West Carroll 45, Erie-Prophetstown 30\u00a0

106 -- Trapper Hartman (WC) pinned Jaydon Voss 0:38. 113 -- Miguel Watkins (WC) pinned Luke Wetzell 5:10. 120 -- Andrew VanKampen (WC) won by forfeit. 126 -- Aiden Sullivan (WC) dec. Chris Bonnell 7-3. 132 -- Jacob Casey (WC) won by forfeit. 138 -- Kerrick Cameron (EP) won by forfeit. 145 -- Caden Swift (EP) won by forfeit. 152 -- Calvin Naftzinger (EP) won by forfeit. 160 -- Garrett Passmore (EP) pinned Daltin Cayer 3:00. 170 -- Cody Schmidt (WC) pinned Mack Foy 1:19. 182 -- Nate Schultz (WC) pinned Jeremy Huizenga 1:37. 195 -- Eli Dertz (WC) dec. Zach Greer 5-3. 220 -- Lucas Carey (EP) pinned Alex York 1:12. 285 -- Josh Anderson (WC) dec. Trace Shoup 4-0.\u00a0

Geneseo 52, Barton Limestone 27

106 -- Luke Sebastian (Gen) pinned Rivas 0:49. 113 -- Cade Hornback (Gen) won by forfeit. 120 -- Caleb Swearingen (Gen) pinned George 0:41. 126 -- Augie Schmitt (Gen) won by forfeit. 132 -- McBride (BL) won by forfeit. 138 -- Andrew Rizzo (Gen) dec. Walker 12-3. 145 -- Josh Decker (Gen) pinned Linwood 1:47. 152 -- Turner (BL) pinned Benett Egert 0:45. 160 -- Logan Weber (Gen) pinned Jans 1:39. 170 -- Trollopi (BL) pinned Ethan Kennedy 2:30. 182 -- Jordan Jackson (Gen) pinned Hank 1:52. 195 -- Delgadillo (BL) dec. Joe Stohl 6-3. 220 -- Fickes (BL) pinned Logan Ziegenhorn 2:46. 285 -- Billy Blaser (Gen) won by forfeit. \u00a0

Geneseo 39, Galesburg 34

106 -- Luke Sebastian (Gen) won by forfeit. 113 -- Harley Hunt (Gales) pinned Cade Hornback 1:03. 120 -- Caleb Swearingen (Gen) pinned Logan Johnson 1:44. 126 -- Michael Pendleton (Gales) dec. Augie Schmitt 3-0. 132 -- Kadin John (Gales) won by forfeit. 138 -- Andrew Rizzo (Gen) pinned Anthony Blakes 3:07. 145 -- Spencer Minon (Gales) pinned Josh Decker 3:45. 152 -- Nick Perry (Gales) dec. Benett Egert 5-2. 160 -- Logan Weber (Gen) pinned Deven Penberton 3:20. 170 -- Ethan Kennedy (Gen) pinned Osee Bizau 0:58. 182 -- Tawian Cervantez (Gales) dec. Jordan Jackson 14-4. 195 -- Joe Stohl (Gen) dec. Cayden Taflinger 9-4. 220 -- Cody Thomas (Gales) pinned Logan Ziegenhorn 5:17. 285 -- Billy Blaser (Gen) pinned Austin Whetstine 1:06.\u00a0

Boys swimming\u00a0

Davenport Central 102, United Township 81\u00a0

200 medley relay -- 1. Davenport Central (Joseph Shie, Andrew Shie, Charley Cummins, Will Rolfstad) 1:43.92, 2. United Township 1:49.48.\u00a0

200 freestyle -- 1. Andrew Shie (Central) 1:51.41, 2. Evan Juarez (UT) 2:03.53, 3. Derek Mottet (UT) 2:04.43.\u00a0

200 IM -- 1. Will Rolfstad (Central) 2:09.49, 2. Devin Land (Central) 2:15.55, 3. Jacob Johnson (UT) 2:17.85.

50 freestyle -- 1. Seth Land (Central) 22.31, 2. Wyatt Land (Central) 24.27, 3. Diego Hernandez (UT) 24.68.\u00a0

1 meter diving -- 1. Edward Sierra-Lee (UT) 182.10, 2. Cole Johnson (UT) 132.90, 3. Tanner Earl (UT) 71.10.\u00a0

100 butterfly -- 1. Charley Cummins (Central) 54.20, 2. Joseph Shie (Central) 56.02, 3. Ian Johnson (UT) 59.48.\u00a0

100 freestyle -- 1. Seth Land (Central) 49.41, 2. Andrew Shie (Central) 49.60, 3. Jacob Johnson (UT) 53.96.

500 freestyle -- 1. Will Rolfstad (Central) 5:28.61, 2. Jacob Sommer (UT) 5:49.54, 3. Max Finley (UT) 5:53.01.

200 freestyle relay -- 1. Davenport Central (Andrew Shie, Devin Land, Charley Cummins, Seth Land) 1:33.57, 2. United Township 1:38.04.

100 backstroke -- 1. Joseph Shie (Central) 57.13, 2. Ian Johnson (UT) 58.92, 3. Wyatt Land (Central) 1:00.00.

100 breaststroke -- 1. Charley Cummins (Central) 1:05.68, 2. Evan Juarez (UT) 1:11.26, 3. Steven Pyevich (UT) 1:15.85.

400 freestyle relay -- 1. Davenport Central (Joseph Shie, Will Rolfstad, Devin Land, Seth Land) 3:28.53, 2. United Township 3:35.20. \u00a0\u00a0

Rock Island 110, Davenport West 52

200 medley relay -- 1. Rock Island (Jordan Baraks, Grant Osborn, Ryan Nickel, Cory Clemons) 1:58.77, 2. Davenport West 2:00.43.\u00a0

200 freestyle -- 1. Scott Kerno (RI) 2:08.99, 2. Adam McKown (West) 2:14.32, 3. Alex Hunt (West) 2:21.27.\u00a0

200 IM -- 1. Peyton Jones (RI) 2:40.96, 2. Max Steele (RI) 2:40.97, 3. Jeremy Gosney (RI) 2:46.52.\u00a0

50 freestyle -- 1. Aaron Willie (West) 25.46, 2. Cory Clemons (RI) 25.54, 3. Jordan Baraks (RI) 25.85.\u00a0

100 butterfly -- 1. Grant Osborn (RI) 1:00.19, 2. Ryan Nickel (RI) 1:12.50, 3. Pearson Kerchner (RI) 1:33.10.\u00a0

100 freestyle -- 1. Max Steele (RI) 58.18, 2. Keith Picolet (West) 1:00.56, 3. Michael Anfinson (West) 1:00.57.\u00a0

500 freestyle -- 1. Scott Kerno (RI) 5:55.64, 2. Adam McKown (West) 6:05.21, 3. Josh Kruckenberg (RI) 6:52.07.\u00a0

200 freestyle relay -- 1. Davenport West (Aaron Willie, Keith Picolet, Michael Anfinson, Adam McKown) 1:42.51, 2. Rock Island 1:43.25.\u00a0

100 backstroke -- 1. Jordan Baraks (RI) 1:08.23, 2. Ryan Nickel (RI) 1:09.30, 3. Aaron Willie (West) 1:13.03.\u00a0

100 breaststroke -- 1. Grant Osborn (RI) 1:16.27, 2. Alex Hunt (West) 1:21.91, 3. Jeremy Gosney (RI) 1:26.11.\u00a0

400 freestyle relay -- 1. Rock Island (Scott Kerno, Max Steele, Jeremy Gosney, Jordan Baraks) 3:59.13, 2. Rock Island \"B\" 4:12.78, 3. Davenport West 4:15.29.\u00a0

JV -- Davenport West 34, Rock Island 11.\u00a0

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The prize given to the winner is simply called the Rivalry Trophy.

And based on Tuesday night\u2019s game at Don Morris Gym, maybe that\u2019s good enough for this boys basketball game that pits the Quad-Cities\u2019 two Catholic high schools against each other.

Davenport Assumption seemed in control up by seven points with 3:38 left in the fourth quarter. But Rock Island Alleman, as it had earlier, stormed back and had a chance to tie it twice but never got over the hump, falling 67-63 to the Knights.

\u201cThat was a very emotional, intense game,\u201d said Assumption coach Matt Fitzpatrick. \u201cThey just never quit; they never do. They showed a lot of character and so did our guys. I am very proud of their resiliency to finish this game out.\u201d

Alleman\u2019s Collin O\u2019Keeffe, who had 15 points, made a nifty move inside for a bucket inside the final 30 seconds but missed the free throw that could have tied it at 64-all with 6-foot-7 Assumption sophomore Dillon Peeters grabbing the rebound.

The Pioneers quickly fouled Trent Fitzpatrick, who made both foul shots with 27.6 seconds left to boost the lead to three.

Fitzpatrick made all six of his foul shots in the fourth quarter as the Knights made 13 of 16 in the final frame to preserve the win.

The Pioneers got one more chance. Again O\u2019Keeffe, one of the Pioneers' most clutch performers from the 3-point line, fired one up from the right side, but the lefty\u2019s 3 glanced off the rim and Peeters again grabbed the rebound.

He was fouled and converted one of two from the line for the final 67-63 score.

Alleman coach Pat Rangel said the Pioneers failing to take care of the ball earlier in the game was the real culprit in the loss.

\u201cThat was the ball game,\u201d he said, referring to the final minute of the first quarter and final two minutes of the second period, as the Pioneers found themselves down at half by 12 points. \u201cIn the second half, we stuck to our game plan, we executed well, collapsed on the bigs, got bodies on people and played really well.

\u201cWe just couldn\u2019t get over that hump where we had a chance to tie it and that kind of spoiled it.\u201d

The Knights (8-4) were led by Trenton Wallace and Ray Thrapp, who each had 18 points. Liam Robbins added 12 points and nine rebounds but it was Fitzpatrick and Peeters, each with seven points, that played the biggest roles late.

\u201cIt was pretty nerve-wracking,\u201d said Peeters. \u201cThey fought hard the whole game. It was pretty scary.\u201d

He had one goal on both the free throw and the missed three by Alleman.

\u201cJust get the rebound and get the ball to the point guard and let him take it from there,\u201d Peeters said.

Alleman (10-9) was led by Jake Sheldon\u2019s 17 points, O\u2019Keeffe\u2019s 15 and Nathan Graves\u2019 14.

The rivalry win clearly means plenty to the players and fans. Assumption has now won all five meetings since the trophy game began in 2013.

\u201cIt means a lot,\u201d Peeters said of the win. \u201cIt\u2019s a good rivalry. We respect Alleman a lot. So, it was a good win for us.\u201d

\u201cWe are a resilient group,\u201d added coach Fitzpatrick. \u201cAnd we\u2019ve done a good job of finding ways to win. It\u2019s kind of been a theme of our team this year.\u201d

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Cedar Rapids Jefferson boys basketball coach Brandon Horman has seen many tough backcourts playing in the Mississippi Valley Conference.

But even Horman admitted he was not sure he has seen as tough a 1-2 punch as Davenport Central\u2019s Ray Miller and Tyrique Vesey this season.

Vesey and Miller sliced their way through the J-Hawks defense to combine for 42 points as the Blue Devils scored a solid nonconference win, 79-65, over Jefferson in George Marshall Gym on Tuesday night.

Vesey put up 22 points and grabbed five rebounds while Miller put in 20 points in addition to four assists and seven rebounds. The senior dynamic duo attacked the basket so much that 34 of the 42 points came in the lane on drives to the basket or transition points off of steals or turnovers.

\u201cThose two guys, if allow them to catch and get going, they are off to the races,\u201d Horman said. \u201cThat would be one heck of a 4 x 100 (in track). We have not seen anything with that kind of quickness. I mean we have a lot of solid, all-around players in the Valley but to that speed, that is impressive to see two guys that quick. They played well and kept attacking and made us pay for it.\u201d

Both Central (8-3) and Jefferson (7-4) loved to get ball out and go. Some possessions might have lasted 3-4 seconds as the guards from both teams were flying up and down the floor. The first quarter ended with the Blue Devils up 22-20.

It was back and forth that way the whole night. The teams slowed down a little as Central led 36-30 at halftime. The Blue Devils were able to keep the J-Hawks at arm\u2019s length most of the second half as the lead shrunk to just three only once.

Miller said this type of play gives the opposition very little chance to set their defense.

\u201cThat\u2019s what I like about playing basketball, the fast-pace, getting up and down the court and getting a layup in like two or three seconds,\u201d he said. \u201cWe are a fast-paced team and when we play like this, the defense is scrambling.\u201d

The difference was the Blue Devils shot the ball just a little bit better and the J-Hawks missed some easy opportunities down the stretch. The Blue Devils went 16-of-24 from the floor in the second half while Jefferson missed seven short jumpers or layups in the third and four quarters combined.

Central also dominated the glass, out-rebounding Jefferson 41-22 and limiting second-chance points to just seven for the visitors.

Zachary Taylor was a monster on the glass for the hosts, grabbing 15 rebounds including 10 defensive boards. Taylor also scored 10 points. Nathan Tyson was also solid for the Blue Devils, putting up 12 points and three steals. Manny Mack just missed joining his teammates in double figures, scoring nine points and grabbing five boards.

Kyler Bell led the visitors with 21 points while Royshawn Webb added another 16 points. Kane Kramer hit four three-pointers and finished with 18 points for the J-Hawks.

This victory might be a nice boost to Central\u2019s resume with the sub-state seeding meeting just around the corner.

Blue Devils coach Craig Wurdinger said he would have liked to have seen his team play better defense as Jefferson, many times, blitzed his team for layups as well. But he couldn\u2019t argue with the outcome.

\u201cThere was not much defense tonight but we like the transition game, we like to get up-and-down,\u201d Wurdinger said. \u201cI was pretty disappointed in our team defense but we had some good rebounds and run-outs that help us build our lead so we did do a good job with that. We are always happy with a win, we just have to clean some things up.\u201d

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Bettendorf considered Tuesday\u2019s match-up against third-ranked Iowa City West to be a midseason measuring stick.

The Bulldogs, rated 15th in the latest Iowa Class 5A poll, learned they still have some work to do to compete against one of the state\u2019s elite girls basketball teams.

Iowa City West used a fast start, inside strength and the hot shooting hand of junior Rachael Saunders to roll to a 69-45 nonconference victory at Bettendorf.

\u201cThey have been one of the state\u2019s premier programs over the last couple of years and in a lot of respects, they are at where we want to get,\u2019\u2019 Bulldogs coach Brian Tritt said. \u201cThey gave us a real good idea of where we\u2019re at and how much harder we need to work in games and in practice.\u2019\u2019

The Women of Troy took control early, scoring nine of the game\u2019s first 10 points before extending an 18-12 lead after one quarter by starting the second quarter on an 11-0 run.

That led Iowa City West to a 29-12 lead with 5 minutes, 46 seconds remaining in the second quarter which went unchallenged.

By that point, Saunders had already collected 14 of her game-high 22 points as part of a 7-of-10 shooting performance.

Her work included 3-point baskets on consecutive possessions around the three-minute mark of the opening quarter which turned a 9-4 game into a 15-4 problem for Bettendorf.

\u201cThey started strong and fast and we\u2019re going to learn a lot from watching the tape of this,\u2019\u2019 Tritt said. \u201cDefensively, we got caught trailing them quite a bit early on and that led them to some baskets. The good thing about playing them now is that we can learn from it and use it to help us improve.\u2019\u2019

Saunders and Emma Koch combined for 27 points in the first half, helping Iowa City West (12-1) to a 42-21 lead at the break.

The Bulldogs scored the first five points of the third quarter, pulling with 42-26 on a Grace Erpelding basket just over two minutes into the half, but Bettendorf continued to toil against the inside size of the 6-foot-1 junior Logan Cook and Koch, a 5-11 sophomore who finished with 15 points.

The pair combined for 12 rebounds, helping the Women of Troy to a 33-25 edge on the boards that allowed West to carry a 50-32 lead into the final quarter.

Kylie Wroblewski led the Bulldogs (11-3) with 14 points and nine rebounds while Erpelding contributed 10 points.

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The Iowa women's basketball team shot a season-high 62.5 percent from the floor to earn its first Big Ten road win of the season, 71-59, at Rutgers on Tuesday night.

Megan Gustafson scored a team-high 19 points on 7 for 7 shooting for the Hawkeyes (12-7, 3-3 Big Ten), who snapped a six-game road conference losing streak.

Tania Davis added 15 points, four steals and four assists, shooting 3 for 5 from the floor and 9 for 11 from the free-throw line.

Iowa scored 42 points in the paint for the game and extended a 29-27 halftime lead with a 23-12 advantage in the third quarter.

The Hawkeyes held Rutgers (6-14, 3-4) to 34.7 percent shooting from the field and grabbed their largest lead at 15 with 4 minutes, 12 seconds left to play.

Shrita Parker led all scorers with 20 points for Rutgers. Makenzie Meyer was also in double figures for Iowa with 10 points. Chase Coley and Hannah Stewart added eight apiece.

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Throughout Tuesday's game, Davenport North and United Township put on a showcase of physical, grind-it-out basketball.

A high-intensity game that featured hard fouls, players diving for every loose ball and hard-nosed play ended with the Iowa Class 5A No. 4 Wildcats beating the Panthers 65-51 in girls basketball at the Panther Den.

\"We had a talk before the game because we knew it was going to be a physical game,\" junior Paige Bradford said. \"Both teams go for balls and loose rebounds so we had a talk saying we needed to go after loose balls, hustle harder because it wasn't going to be easy.\"

Bradford was matched up throughout the game with fellow junior forward Ryleigh O'Brien, and both gave the other a battle. Bradford finished with 13 points and seven rebounds while O'Brien had 12 points and 10 rebounds.

While those two matched up well in the post, the Panthers (13-8) had no answer for the guard play of the Wildcats. Jacionna Stowers scored a game-high 20 points and Iowa signee Jinaya Houston had 11 points, helping North pull away from a 35-25 halftime lead to take a strong 52-31 lead after three quarters.

For the game, the Wildcats shot 41.4 percent from the field, while the Panthers struggled, shooting 33.3 percent. The Panthers outrebounded the Wildcats 33-29 but couldn't capitalize on any second-chance opportunities.

\"I thought early on we didn't do a good enough job of closing out on shooters,\" UT head coach Carie Walker said. \"We had opportunities in the paint we again didn't finish and you've got to have that when you're going up against a team the caliber we were going up against.\"

North (10-2) received a nice spark in the fourth quarter, getting eight points off the bench from Reese Ranum. Ranum has been out since before the start of the season but has played in the last two games. Her return gives the North some added depth that should help as the second half starts to wind down.

\"I think her being back is an important part of her team because she's able to come in and sub,\" Stowers said. \"She'll do everything anybody else can do and it's going to help a lot to have her throughout the rest of the season.\"

Davenport North 65, United Township 51

NORTH (10-2) \u2013 Jacionna Stowers 8-15 0-1 20, Jinaya Houston 4-9 3-5 11, Coral Dillie 0-2 0-0 0, Mckenzie O\u2019Brien 2-5 0-1 6, Paige Bradford 5-10 2-2 13, Reese Ranum 3-5 2-2 8, Mariah Mayfield 1-7 1-4 3, Lindsay Wardlow 0-1 0-0 0, Kaylee Taylor 0-1 0-0 0, Lindsay Broders 0-0 1-2 1, Tayja Clayton 1-1 0-0 2, Camry Dillie 0-1 0-0 0, Bailey Ortega 0-0 0-0 0, Zoey Davis 0-1 0-0 0, Sydney Happel 0-0 1-1 1. Totals 24-58 10-18 65

UNITED TOWNSHIP (13-8) \u2013 Maddie Tague 1-10 2-4 5, Davi Buchanan 6-13 4-4 16, Ryleigh O\u2019Brien 5-15 2-3 12, Brandi LaFountaine 3-6 1-3 7, Brittni LaFountaine 0-3 0-0 0, Sandra Camarillo 0-0 4-6 4, Calie Walker 1-2 2-2 5, London Jackson 1-2 0-0 2, Jasmine Bell 0-0 0-0 0, Azlynn Sherrod-Butler 0-0 0-0 0, Dasyanique Cartwright 0-0 0-0 0, Jenna Fender 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 17-51 15-22 51

North;24;11;17;13;--;65

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Three-point goals \u2013 North 7-20 (Stowers 4-9, O\u2019Brien 2-4, Bradford 1-2, Houston 0-1, Dillie 0-1, Ranum 0-1, Mayfield 0-1, Wardlow 0-1); UT 2-10 (Tague 1-7, Walker 1-1, Buchanan 0-1, Jackson 0-1). Rebounds \u2013 North 29 (Houston 7, Bradford 7); UT 33 (O\u2019Brien 10, Bri. LaFountaine 8). Turnovers \u2013 North 15, UT 21. Team fouls \u2013 North 16, UT 15. Fouled out \u2013 North (Dillie), UT (none). Technical \u2013 North (bench).

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Adrea Arthofer doubled her season scoring average. Grace Necker and Mallory Lafever came off the bench to team for 15 points.

Even on a night when leading scorer Ellie Spelhaug did not make a field goal, the Class 5A 11th-ranked Pleasant Valley girls basketball team found others to carry the torch in defeating 13th-ranked Linn-Mar 45-40 Tuesday at PV High School.

\"We've preached all year about role acceptance and next (person) up,\" PV coach Jennifer Goetz said. \"It was good tonight to have other kids do that and good for other teams to see that we do have other weapons besides Ellie.\"

Spelhaug averages a little more than 17 points per game, but foul trouble plagued her in the first half and she finished 0 for 7 from the field with a season-low one point.

PV (12-2) had others shine.

Arthofer, who averages 5 points a contest, scored a game-high 13 points. Necker poured in eight first-half points and Lafever chipped in seven, six in the fourth quarter, as the Spartans improved to 8-0 on their home floor.

\"This was huge,\" sophomore Carli Spelhaug said. \"It really shows we're the real deal and is big for rankings. We'll do everything in our power to always defend our home court.\"

PV built a 26-19 advantage at halftime and extended the margin to 10 in the third quarter before Linn-Mar (10-3) ran off 12 in a row to take the lead.

The Spartans recovered as reserve Cami Hunter triggered a 7-0 surge with a 3-pointer.

Tied at 40 with just more than a minute remaining, Carli Spelhaug recorded a steal and found Arthofer for the go-ahead layup.

\"The first part of the season was me getting comfortable out there, playing with girls I didn't play with last year since I was on JV,\" Arthofer said. \"Now I'm getting into a groove with things. My team trusts me to knock down shots so I can shoot more freely.\"

Carli Spelhaug, at the front of PV's zone defense, had five steals and deflected several other passes.

\"Coach Goetz always says I have to have active hands,\" Spelhaug said. \"If I don't get the steal, at least I want to rattle the other team's offense.\"

The Spartans forced 14 turnovers and didn't allow a field goal the last 2 minutes, 58 seconds of the game.

Junior Kamryn Finley paced Linn-Mar with 10 points.

It was an important win for PV in the start of a pivotal two-week stretch. The Spartans face 4A sixth-ranked North Scott on Friday before 3A ninth-ranked Assumption and 5A fourth-ranked Davenport North await next week.

\"This group just finds a way to win,\" Goetz said. \"I haven't had that here at PV as a head coach in a long time. Whether you call it ugly or grittiness, they find a way to get it done.\"

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IOWA CITY \u2014 Dale Jones knows all about pain. He has undergone two major knee surgeries during his college basketball career and has missed a very big chunk of this season with a broken wrist.

But Iowa\u2019s senior forward admitted he can\u2019t recall enduring too many things more excruciating than watching the Hawkeyes get pummeled by Northwestern on Sunday night.

\u201cThat was one of the toughest games to watch because we just needed some energy from somewhere,\u2019\u2019 Jones said of the 89-54 defeat. \u201cIt was really tough.\u2019\u2019

The 6-foot-7 fifth-year man is hoping maybe he can start providing some energy for the Hawkeyes this week. He was planning to go through his first full practice in two months on Tuesday and be ready to play Thursday when the Hawkeyes host Big Ten frontrunner Maryland at Carver-Hawkeye Arena.

\u201cThat is the plan,\u2019\u2019 Iowa coach Fran McCaffery said Tuesday. \u201cHe was close last weekend. I thought he might give it a go.

\u201cI almost wish he did because I would have thrown him in there (at Northwestern) and seen what he could do. You know, the wrist is a funny thing, especially for a shooter. It's got to feel right. He's still working on that range of motion.\u2019\u2019

Jones admitted he also is still working on his conditioning, which is understandable. The junior college transfer from Waterloo West was slow to start the season after undergoing off-season knee surgery, then played just two minutes against Seton Hall, collecting one rebound, one assist, one foul and one broken wrist. He hasn\u2019t played since.

His return will create a bit of a headache for McCaffery, who has tried to limit his rotation to 10 players this season. That has been complicated lately by the emergence of freshman Ryan Kriener, who played well in a short stint in a victory over Purdue and scored a team-high 14 points in a career-high 22 minutes at Northwestern.

McCaffery was adamant after that game that Kriener has earned extensive playing time and not only because he has hit 9 of 11 shots from the field over the past two games.

\u201cHe doesn't do anything crazy,\u2019\u2019 McCaffery said. \u201cHe doesn't put his head down and try to drive through packs of people and charge. If there's room, he goes. If there's not, he moves it on, he screens and rolls. He's active and he's tough.\u2019\u2019

Kriener got more time Sunday because junior Dom Uhl missed the game with a badly bruised right thumb. Uhl also is likely to return to action Thursday, giving McCaffery an overload of frontcourt bodies.

\u201cThey're all going to play, \u2018\u2019 he said. \u201cIt will be a night-to-night thing as to how much they play.\u2019\u2019

Kriener said the glut of big men, which also includes freshmen Tyler Cook and Cordell Pemsl and sophomore Ahmad Wagner, won\u2019t change his approach at all.

\u201cYou\u2019ve just got to come in every day with the same mindset, do everything you can in practice to get better and when your name is called, just go play,\u2019\u2019 he said.

Fatigue factor: Several Iowa players said they were beat up after a very rugged game with Purdue last Thursday and that fatigue could have been a factor in their lopsided loss at Northwestern.

\u201cWe certainly played that way,\u2019\u2019 McCaffery said.

He said after an extra long bus trip home from Evanston through an ice storm, he gave his players a day off Monday.

Beating on Pete: One player who definitely didn\u2019t look like himself in the Northwestern game was Peter Jok, who scored just four points after not having fewer than 13 in any game all season.

The senior guard admitted a chronic back problem acted up on him.

\u201cLast game was one of the first times it has tightened up all year,\u2019\u2019 he said, \u201cbut I\u2019m good now.\u2019\u2019

McCaffery said teams continue to get physical with Jok and double-team him everywhere he goes, but that comes with the territory when you\u2019re leading the Big Ten in scoring.

\u201cEverybody does it to the other team's best player,\u2019\u2019 he said. \u201cThat's what happens. He's no different than anybody else. He's a tough guy. I'm not worried about that. He's had some injuries, and they have lingered \u2026 But he's as tough a guy as there is playing through that stuff.\u2019\u2019

Uhl hurting: McCaffery said Uhl actually practiced with the Hawkeyes on Saturday after injuring his thumb on an aborted dunk two days earlier. But he told the coach Sunday he didn\u2019t think he should play.

\u201cHe's got to be able to catch the ball and shoot the ball and dribble the ball,\u2019\u2019 McCaffery said. \u201cHe just said he couldn't do that without incredible pain, and that's not going to make him very effective, so to his credit, he goes \u2018I can't really help you.\u2019\u2019\u2019

Gold-out: Thursday\u2019s game has been designated as a \u201cgold out.\u2019\u2019 All Iowa fans are encouraged to wear gold-colored apparel to the game.

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Athletes of the week

Tray Buchanan

School: United Township

Sport: Basketball

Year: Senior

The North Dakota recruit eclipsed 1,000 career points Monday at the Sterling MLK Classic. Buchanan set a tournament record with 96 points in four games, including 30 points in a 58-55 triumph against Sterling.

Emily Ivory

School: Bettendorf

Sport: Basketball

Year: Junior

The guard broke a 20-year-old school record with eight made 3-pointers and matched a Bettendorf school mark with 34 points in the Bulldogs' win against Davenport West last Friday. Ivory made 13 of 21 shots in the game.

Victor Guzman

School: Rock Island

Sport: Wrestling

Year: Freshman

Guzman rallied from a 9-3 deficit to earn a second-period pin over Jackson Zofkie of Providence to win the 126-pound title at the Geneseo Invitational on Saturday. The win moved Guzman to 23-5 on the season.

Teams of the week

Annawan girls basketball

Last week: went 2-0 in Lincoln Trail tournament

The Bravettes defeated Wethersfield 51-36, and then followed with wins against ROWVA (51-18) and West Central (65-36) in the Lincoln Trail Conference tournament. Arizona State prospect Jayde VanHyfte averaged 27 points per contest in the three victories.

Davenport Central boys basketball

Last week: defeated Clinton, Pleasant Valley

After a two-game losing streak, Central knocked off Clinton (67-57) and Pleasant Valley (56-54) to vault into a second-place tie in the conference. Ray Miller averaged 24.5 points and 6 rebounds as Central rallied from a double-digit deficit to beat PV on the road.

Pleasant Valley boys swimming

Last week: won Burlington Invitational

The Spartans, ranked third in the latest Iowa state power rankings, amassed 414 points to claim the 42nd annual Burlington Grayhound Invitational last Saturday. PV won four events and had three runner-up finishes to claim the 12-team meet by 89 points over Moline.

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Calling all Chicago Cubs fans.

You already watched (and celebrated) the win 108 years in the making, but the \"Fly the W\" festivities aren't over.\u00a0

The\u00a0Chicago Cubs\u00a0World Series Trophy tour is traveling around the Midwest this month,\u00a0including a short stop in Davenport.\u00a0

The trophy is slated to be displayed from noon to 1:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 30, at the River Music Experience, 129 N. Main St., Davenport. The public is invited to take photos of (and with) the\u00a0Commissioner's Trophy.

Other planned Iowa stops on the trophy tour include 5:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 30, at\u00a0University of Iowa Student Union Building in\u00a0Iowa City; 8 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 31, at the Cedar Rapids Ice Arena in\u00a0Cedar Rapids; and 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 31, at the\u00a0Cedar Valley SportsPlex in Waterloo.

For the full list of dates, visit\u00a0Cubs.com/trophytour.

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It was perhaps the most interesting week of the season for Quad-City Mallards goaltender Adam Vay.

Vay's week started with a one-punch knockout of Cincinnati goaltender Michael Houser last Wednesday, a fight that received attention from national outlets such as ESPN, Sports Illustrated and Bleacher Report.

It brought a lot of notoriety to the rookie goaltender and spare-time MMA fighter, who immediately checked on Houser after knocking him to the ice but didn't make a big deal of the altercation in the days after.

\"About the fight, I was just defending my teammates,\" he said. \"After the other goalie challenged me, I (am up to) the challenge and I liked the challenge. It doesn't mean I've changed my mindset, I want to play in the NHL.\"

Saturday, the 22-year-old from Hungary showed the potential that caught the eye of the Minnesota Wild, who took a chance on the raw prospect following a standout performance over the summer at the IIHF World Championship in Russia.

Vay made 32 saves in a 4-3 win over Fort Wayne, but his all-around play was maybe the best it's been all year. He allowed very few rebounds, was positioned well throughout the game, and made several big saves with his glove, including in the final minute when the Komets had a 6-on-4 power play chance.

\"It was a lucky save but I was in a good position,\" Vay said. \"I didn't see anything, I just hold my hands and holy ... the puck is there.\"

Vay's performance was a welcome and needed change as it snapped a six-game regulation losing streak for the Mallards. During that stretch, Vay was 0-4-0 with a 4.62 goals against average and a sub-par .864 save percentage.

Saturday, he allowed three goals but had a .914 save percentage, his best mark since Dec. 7.

\"When he's on, he's on,\" forward Justin Kovacs said. \"Our goalies play well for us usually every game. It's kind of on us, sometimes we have some mental lapses where we give them easy chances and give up too many goals, then we get down and we can't score. He's definitely played like that before, we know how both of our goalies can play and it was huge to get him a win, finally.\"

Head coach Terry Ruskowski hopes Vay has turned a corner, and credited all the work he's done with Iowa goaltender development coach Frederic Chabot. Vay was recalled to the Iowa Wild on Tuesday to spend the all-star break continuing to work with Chabot.

\"I'm hoping he plays with confidence the rest of the way in because we sure do need him. Great goaltending means we have a chance to win,\" Ruskowski said. \"He wants to get better, he wants to learn and he wants to get better, which is huge.\"

Over the weekend, the Mallards replayed Vay's fight over their video board. Friday night, it brought a big smile to Vay, who was backing up C.J. Motte. But on Saturday, it was almost an afterthought during a standout performance on the ice.

\"What's happened, it's not a big deal for me. I was the same before so I forget about the fight, I didn't think about that,\" Vay said. \"I saw it on the screen but I'm not really caring, it's the past so I'm not thinking about the past, always about the future.\"

All-star captain, alternates named: Fort Wayne's Shawn Szydlowski will serve as captain for the ECHL All-Stars while Reading's Justin Crandall and Idaho's Travis Walsh will serve as alternates for today's all-star game in Glen Falls, New York.

The league also announced five players were added to the all-star roster to replace players either injured or up with an American Hockey League team. Elmira's Sam Povorozniouk, Kalamazoo's Tanner Sorenson and Brampton's David Vallorani were added as forwards while Norfolk's Aaron Harstad and Toledo's Nolan Zajac were added as defensemen.

Elmira makes coaching change: The Elmira Jackals mutually agreed to part ways with head coach Dave Leger, the team announced Friday. Player/assistant coach Mike Duco has taken over as interim head coach.

Duco, 29, has played for eight professional seasons, including 18 games in the NHL with the Florida Panthers and Vancouver Canucks.

Duco was signed by the Jackals this offseason as a player/assistant coach but will now transition into the sole position of interim head coach.

The Jackals were 8-22-5 in Leger's first season as head coach.

Wild weekly: The Minnesota Wild went 3-0-0 last week and are in first place in the NHL's Central Division with 61 points.

The Iowa Wild went 2-1-0 last week and are in fourth place in the AHL's Central Division with 39 points.

Players of the week: Wheeling Nailers forward Christian Hilbirch was named the Sher-Wood Hockey player of the week after scoring five goals and adding four assists for nine points in four games last week.

Norfolk Admirals goaltender Brandon Anderson was named the CCM goaltender of the week for the third time in his career. Anderson went 2-0-0 with two shutouts last week.

This week: The Mallards resume play out of the all-star break Friday with a home game against the Missouri Mavericks at 7:05 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday, the Mallards travel to Independence, Missouri to face the Mavericks at 7:05 p.m. and 4:05 p.m., respectively. The Mallards are 2-1-0 this season against the Mavericks.

Friday and Saturday's games can be heard on WFXN 1230 AM.

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Boys basketball

Monday's scores

United Township 58, Sterling 55

Willowbrook 52, United Township 47

United Township 58, Sterling 55

UT -- De'Ante Walker 3-9 2-2 9, Shamar Grant 0-0 0-0 0, Jean Luc WIlson 0-0 0-0 0, Thomas Hughes 1-3 2-2 5, Kyle Ellison 0-0 0-0 0, Izaya Sims 7-8 0-1 14, Tray Buchanan 9-18 7-7 30. Totals 20-38 11-12 58

Sterling -- Myles Williams 2-6 4-5 8, Micah Kendrick 1-5 0-1 3, Reid Blackburn 1-5 0-0 2, Dimitric Young 9-15 7-8 26, Ryan Blackburn 4-7 0-0 10, Sean Gingrich 1-6 0-0 3, Daniel Pontnack 1-1 0-0 2, Tyler Willman 0-0 1-2 1. Totals 19-45 12-16 55

UT;12;15;17;14;--;58

Sterling;22;7;11;15;--;55

3-point goals -- UT 7-16 (Walker 1-5, Hughes 1-1, Buchanan 5-9); Sterling 5-17 (Blackburn 2-2, Kendrick 1-2, Young 1-4, Gingrich 1-6). Total fouls -- UT 12, Sterling 13

Louisa-Muscatine 60, West Liberty 58

Louisa-Muscatine;12;13;14;21;--;60

West Liberty;6;18;18;16;--58

Louisa-Muscatine (3-10) \u2013 Alex Yerington 1 0-0 3, Zack Bieri 6 0-2 14, Lowden Gabriel 3 2-2 8, Dawson Munday 2 0-0 4, Brady Walker 9 2-3 21, Brandon Burmeister 2 4-6 10. Totals 23 8-13 60.

West Liberty (4-9) \u2013 Seth Feldman 2 0-0 5, Tanner Iske 4 1-3 10, Leo Lopez 2 0-0 5, Nathan Schemmel 3 0-0 6, Noah Feldman 10 2-4 22, Spencer Daufeldt 2 6-11 10. Totals 23 9-18 58.

3-point goals: Louisa-Muscatine 6 (Yerington, Bieri 2, Walker, Burmeister 2); West Liberty 3 (Feldman, Iske, Lopez).

MAC standings

;;Conf;Overall

;W;L;W;L

Bettendorf;7;0;9;2

North Scott;5;2;8;3

Davenport Central;5;2;7;3

Assumption;4;3;7;4

Muscatine;4;3;6;4

Clinton;4;3;5;6

Pleasant Valley;3;4;5;6

Davenport North;2;5;5;5

Davenport West;1;6;2;9

Burlington;0;7;0;10

Today's games

Assumption at Alleman

Bettendorf at Iowa City West

Cedar Rapids Jefferson at Davenport Central

Davenport North at United Township

Fort Madison at Burlington

Mount Pleasant at Muscatine

Pleasant Valley at Linn-Mar

Iowa AP poll

The Top Ten teams in the Associated Press Iowa high school basketball poll with first-place votes in parentheses and won-loss record, total points and position last week at right:
Class 4A
\u00a0RecordPtsPrv
1. Iowa City, West (6)8-11011
2. Sioux City, East (4)10-0983
3. Cedar Rapids, Kennedy (1)8-1942
4. Dubuque, Senior9-1805
5. Waukee9-2577
6. Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln8-1474
7. Valley, West Des Moines9-3438
8. Bettendorf9-2399
9. Cedar Falls7-3296
10. Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines8-15NR

Others receiving votes: Lewis Central 4. Des Moines, Hoover 4. North Scott, Eldridge 3. Ames 1.

Class 3A
\u00a0RecordPtsPrv
1. Waverly-Shell Rock (10)12-01091
2. Pella (1)10-1953
3. West Delaware, Manchester11-0934
4. Mount Pleasant10-1686
5. Dallas Center-Grimes9-2532
6. Mount Vernon8-2487
7. Assumption, Davenport7-4359
8. Charles City9-1338
9. Sergeant Bluff-Luton8-422NR
(tie)Spirit Lake9-2225

Others receiving votes: Xavier, Cedar Rapids 13. Bishop Heelan Catholic, Sioux City 6. Oskaloosa 4. Forest City 2. Le Mars 2.

Class 2A
\u00a0RecordPtsPrv
1. Western Christian, Hull(5)10-1103T1
(tie)Pella Christian (6)10-1103T1
3. Kuemper Catholic, Carroll9-177T3
4. Cascade,Western Dubuque11-0745
5. Van Meter11-0467
6. Sheldon11-14410
7. Camanche12-1439
8. Osage12-0428
9. Jesup11-117NR
10. South Hamilton, Jewell9-1126

Others receiving votes: Hinton 10. Des Moines Christian 7. Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 6. Northeast, Goose Lake 6. Rock Valley 6. West Lyon, Inwood 4. Sioux Center 2. West Burlington 2. Dike-New Hartford 1.

Class 1A
\u00a0RecordPtsPrv
1. North Linn, Troy Mills (10)11-01091
2. New London11-0913
3. Gladbrook-Reinbeck (1)8-1832
4. St. Mary's, Remsen10-0705
5. Grand View Christian11-1577
6. Ar-We-Va, Westside13-0556
7. Lynnville-Sully12-1408
8. Murray12-0329
9. West Fork, Sheffield9-217NR
10. Don Bosco, Gilbertville11-113NR

Others receiving votes: Montezuma 9. Siouxland Community Christian 8. West Hancock, Britt 6. St. Albert, Council Bluffs 6. Boyden-Hull 5. George-Little Rock 2. Lone Tree 1. Stanton 1.

Girls basketball

Monday's scores

Western Big Six

Rock Island 71, Rockford Lutheran 50

Illinois area

Mundelein 48, Kewanee 44

Kewanee 58, Riverdale 47

Mundelein 46, Geneseo 38

Kewanee 58, Riverdale 47

Riverdale -- Falk 2 0-0 4, Maring 1 0-0 2, Mitton 4 0-1 8, Berge 4 0-0 10, Walls 0 0-0 0, Smeltzly 3 0-0 8, Garrett 4 3-4 13, Weaver 1 0-0 2, Darrin 0 0-0 0. Totals 19 3-4 47

Kewanee -- Moraski 3 4-7 10, Bullock 3 5-5 11, Smith 11 2-3 24, M. Damron 3 2-2 8, G. Damron 0 1-2 1, Hinojosa 2 0-2 4. Totals 22 14-21 58

Riverdale;11;6;14;16;--;47

Kewanee;19;14;14;13

3-point goals -- Riverdale 6 (Berge 2, Smeltzly 2, Garrett 2); Kewanee 0. Total fouls -- Riverdale 17, Kewanee 7.

Mundelein 46, Geneseo 38

Mundelein -- Frank 4 2-4 11, Austwick 1 0-0 2, Ouimet 1 2-2 4, Tipperreiter 5 0-0 13, Goodson 1 2-4 4, Buscher 3 2-5 9, Wald 1 0-0 3. Totals 15 8-15 46

Geneseo -- Dietrich 1 1-1 3, Rumler 5 2-6 12, Mackey 4 2-3 10, Gradert 3 0-0 6, Vanduwiele 2 0-0 4, Himmelman 1 0-0 2. Totals 16 6-11 38

Mundelein;11;11;14;10;--;46

Geneseo;8;11;14;5;--;38

3-point goals -- Mundelein 6 (Frank, Tipperreiter 3, Buscher); Geneseo 0. Total fouls -- Mundelein 13; Geneseo 12.

Riverdale 42, Orion 39

Riverdale -- Falk 3 7-12 15,\u00a0 Maring 1 0-0 2, Mitton 1 0-0 2, Smeltzly 1 0-3 2, Garrett 7 1-3 16, Weaver 1 0-0 2, Darin 1 0-0 3. Totals 15 8-18 42

Orion -- Stopes 0 0-0 0, Moore 4 2-4 12, Moler 0 0-0 0, Taets 1 5-8 8, Schultz 3 1-4 8, Smolenski 3 3-6 9, Parsons 1 0-0 2. Totals 12 11-22 39

Riverdale;13;3;13;13;--;42

Orion;5;10;11;13;--;39

3-point goals -- Riverdale 4 (Falk 2, Garrett, Darin); Orion 4 (Moore 2, Taets, Schultz). Total fouls -- Riverdale 16, Orion 16.

Mundelein 48, Kewanee 44

Mundelein -- Frank 5 0-0 12, Austwick 1 0-0 2, Ouimet 2 2-2 6, Tipperreister 2 0-0 6, Buscher 4 0-0 11, Wald 4 0-0 11, Parola 0 0-0 0, Goodson 0 0-0 0. Totals 18 2-2 48

Kewanee -- Moraski 1 1-2 3, Bullock 5 4-4 16, Smith 5 3-6 13, Damron 2 3-3 7, Jackson 1 0-0 3, Hinojosa 1 0-0 2. Totals 15 11-15 44

Mundelein;6;16;13;13;--;48

Kewanee;8;17;9;10;--;44

3-point goals -- Mundelein 10 (Frank 2, Tipperreister 2, Buscher 3, Wald 3); Kewanee 3 (Bullock 2, Jackson). Total fouls -- Mundelein 17, Kewanee 8.

Louisa-Muscatine 57, West Liberty 20

West Liberty;3;7;6;4;--;20

L-M;17;8;16;16;--;57

West Liberty (0-15) -- Haylee Lehman 1 0-0 3, Cora Wickham 1 0-0 3, Alexis Partida 0 0-1 0, Haddie Anderson 2 2-5 6, Austyn Crees 1 2-4 4, Madison McIntosh 2 0-1 4, Abby Jacques 0 0-2 0. Totals 7 4-13 20.

L-M (5-9) -- Hailey Sanders 1 3-6 5, Alexa Wehrle 1 2-4 5, Cat Osborn 2 3-4 9, Lani Hillard 6 0-0 13, Randyn Carter 5 1-2 11, Mariah Pugh 6 0-2 12, Sophia Sneddon 1 0-0 2. Totals 22 9-18 57.

3-point goals: West Liberty 2 (Lehman, Wickham); L-M 4 (Osborn 2, Wehrle, Hillard).

MAC standings

;;Conf;Overall

;W;L;W;L

Pleasant Valley;8;1;11;2

Bettendorf;8;1;10;2

Davenport North;8;1;9;2

North Scott;6;3;9;4

Assumption;6;3;8;5

Muscatine;4;5;5;8

Clinton;2;7;5;8

Burlington;2;7;4;8

Davenport West;1;8;1;11

Davenport Central;0;9;1;11

Today's games

Cedar Rapids Kennedy at North Scott

Davenport Central at Cedar Rapids Jefferson, 6:30 p.m.

Davenport North at United Township, 6 p.m.

Fort Madison at Burlington, 6 p.m.

Linn-Mar at Pleasant Valley, 6:30 p.m.

Iowa City West at Bettendorf

Muscatine at Washington

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