GIRLS BASKETBALL

North Union 63, Forest City 49

FOREST CITY | The Indians (4-1) cut the North Union lead to 55-49 with two minutes to play but saw their shooting go cold.

Hannah Anderson finished the night with 17 points, 8 rebounds and 2 assists. Brea Dillavou finished with 16 points and 7 rebounds.

Osage 65, St. Ansgar 62

ST. ANSGAR | The Green Devils (4-0) fought off a fourth-quarter rally by the Saints (1-3) and finished Tuesday's game with three players scoring in double figures.

Leading 48-40 at the end of the thrird quarter, the Green Devils saw their lead shrink to 63-62 with a minute to play before sealing the victory at the free-throw line.

Gabby Schwarting led Osage with 17 points. Brenna Jacobs and Madi Johnson each turned in 13-point efforts.

St. Ansgar's Jadyn Anderson led all scorers with 19 points. Elizabeth Jenkins follow with 15 points.

West Fork 58, Northwood-Kensett 5

NORTHWOOD | The West Fork defense held Northwood-Kensett scoreless in the second half.

West Fork's Jacqlyn Caspers led the field with 14 points. Payton Kuhlemeier added 7 points as all 12 Warhawks scored.

Clara Davidson led N-K with 3 points and Laura Hopperstad followed with 2 points. 

West Fork is 3-1 and Northwood-Kensett is 1-4.

Central Springs 47, North Butler 38

MANLY | Central Springs improved to 4-1 Tuesday night. Kaylee Parks finished with 23 points, 10 rebounds and 4 steals. Morgan Kelley had 9 points and 3 steals.

North Butler (2-2) was led by Madi Pleas' 13 points. Emy Osterbuhr finished with 8 points.

Bishop Garrigan 73, Lake Mills 65

ALGONA | The Golden Bears rallied from a 38-33 halftime deficit and were paced by Jenna Boelter's 36 points. Grace McGuire followed with 18 points.

Garrigan (5-0) was 21 of 26 from the free-throw line. 

Teah Kesler led Lake Mills (1-4) with 26 points, 7 rebounds and an assist. Jade Gasteiger finished with 20 points and Audrey Casperson pulled down 9 rebounds.

West Hancock 67, GHV 22

BRITT | Amanda Chizek led the Eagles (4-0) with 18 points andn 10 rebounds in Tuesday's win. Kelly Leerar finished the night with 16 points and 5 assists.

Clarksville 50, Riceville 34

RICEVILLE | Sarah Harken led Riceville (0-4) with 10 points. Julie Klaes finished with 8 points.

Clarksville's Emily Wedeking led all scorers with 22 points. 

NICS 26, Ames Vision 22

The North Iowa Christian School picked up its first win Tuesday night, 26-22 over Ames Vision.

Kaitlin Davis and Keegan Barkema led NICS with 12 points apiece.

BOYS BASKETBALL

GHV 73, West Hancock 56

BRITT | The Cardinals moved to 3-1 Tuesday night on the strength of a trio of double-digit scorers.

Ryan Meyers finished the night with 31 points. James Betz finished with 17 points and Nick Joynt followed with 15.

West Hancock (1-2) was led by Gavin Becker's 17 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists. Joe Smith and MaCoy Yeakel each finished with 8 points.

West Fork 61, Northwood-Kensett 45

NORTHWOOD | West Fork's Zack Martinek led all scorers with 25 points and 7 rebounds. Mitch Halloran scored 14 points for the Warhawks (2-2).

Kole Parks led N-K (0-4) with 17 points and Josh Jaspers scored 13 points.

North Butler 57, Central Springs 29

MANLY | Sam Dolan scored 12 points to led the Bearcats. Rhett Lammers followed with an 11-point effort.

Trevor Hall scored 9 points to lead Central Springs. Mason Hanft had an 8-point effort.

Clarksville 65, Riceville 54 

RICEVILLE | John Miller led the Wildcats (0-3) with a 21-point performance Tuesday night.

NICS 63, Ames Vision 41

Allen Alexander and Brian VandenBerg combined for 30 points to help guide the North Iowa Christian School by Ames Vision Tuesday, 63-41.

Alexander had a team-high 16 points and VandenBerg scored 14. VandenBerg added 13 rebounds and 10 assists to finish with a triple-double.

Graham Hellman added 10 points and Logan Dahlin chipped in nine.

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