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Camanche, Central DeWitt remain 1-2 in Area Fab 5

Camanche, Central DeWitt remain 1-2 in Area Fab 5

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AREA FAB 5

1. Camanche (8-0, LW: 1)

Ranked second this week in Iowa Class 2A, Camanche had four players in double figures to blitz Monticello on Tuesday, 77-55. The Indians, averaging 68 points per game, will play their next seven games on the road or on a neutral court.

This week: Thursday at Wilton; Saturday vs. West Branch in Cedar Rapids

2. Central DeWitt (7-2, LW: 2)

Tucker Kinney had 16 points and Henry Bloom tossed in a dozen as the Sabers rebounded from a blowout loss at Center Point-Urbana with lopsided win over rival Maquoketa. Kinney leads Sabers in scoring at 20.4 points per contest.

This week: Thursday at West Delaware; Tuesday vs. Solon

3. Easton Valley (10-0, LW: 3)

One of eight unbeaten teams left in Iowa regardless of class, Easton Valley outscored Lisbon 41-6 in the middle two quarters Tuesday. Kaleb Cornilsen had 25 points for the River Hawks, who have won all 10 by double figures.

This week: Thursday vs. Midland; Tuesday vs. Bellevue Marquette

4. Rockridge (14-4, LW: 4)

Just outside of the 2A top 10, the Rockets have won four straight and 12 of their last 13. Jenson Whiteman had a game-high 25 points Tuesday in a 73-21 rout of Bureau Valley. Rockridge made 11 3s in Friday's win over Riverdale.

This week: Friday at Fulton; Tuesday at Alleman

5. Kewanee (15-4, LW: NR)

Carson Sauer and Kavon Russell had 18 points each as Kewanee rolled past Orion 66-41 on Tuesday. Since a 16-point loss to Sterling Newman on Jan. 3, Kewanee has won its last four games by 13, 30, 33 and 25 points, respectively.

This week: Friday at Hall

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