Forest City 58, Belmond-Klemme 20
FOREST CITY | Hannah Anderson netted her 1,000th career point as Forest City (No. 9, 3A) rolled to a 58-20 victory over Belmond-Klemme in Top of Iowa Conference West Division girls basketball on Tuesday.
Anderson, who needed five points entering the game, finished with 15, including three 3-pointers.
Kelsey Koch added 15 points on 7-for-7 shooting from the floor.
Koch also had six steals and four rebounds.
Becca Seglum and Brea Dillavou had 11 points apiece, and Dillavou hauled in 11 rebounds.
Forest City (6-2) returns to action on Jan. 2 when it plays host to Bishop Garrigan in a key conference matchup.
The Broncos (0-8) will look for their first win on Thursday when they play host to CAL.
St. Ansgar 45, Rockford 25
ST. ANSGAR | Hali Anderson paced the Saints with 21 points in Tuesday's win. St. Ansgar got 8-point efforts from Molly and Elizabeth Jenkins.
The Saints (5-4) went on a 26-9 run across the second and third quarters.
Kayla Carroll led the Lady Warriors (2-7) in scoring with 8 points. Morgan Thieman followed with 7 points and 6 rebounds.
Bishop Garrigan 86, North Iowa 18
ALGONA |Jenna Boelter led Garrigan with 20 points. Madison Meister followed with 12 points.
The Golden Bears (No. 11, 1A) moved to 8-1 with Tuesday's victory. North Iowa dropped to 2-6.
Central Springs 62, Northwood-Kensett 24
MANLY | Kaylee Parks led the Panthers (8-1) with 28 points, 6 rebounds, and 6 steals. Morgan Kelley finished with 11 points, 6 rebounds, and 6 assists.
Clara Davidson scored 6 points for N-K (1-7). Laura Hoppersted and Paige Oleson scored 5 points each.
GHV 56, Eagle Grove 24
EAGLE GROVE | Jillian Heitland scored 18 points in Tuesday's victory. Mara Anderson followed with 10 points. GHV improved to 5-6.
Algona 61, Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 31
ALGONA | The Bulldogs' Abbey Holmes led all scorers with 25 points. Aliyah Buscher added 11 points for Algona, which improved to 6-3.
Clear Lake 63, Iowa Falls-Alden 46
IOWA FALLS | Jordyn Barragy led the Lions (No. 3, 3A) in scoring with 25 points, including three 3-pointers. Lexi Fasbender made a team-high four 3-pointers and scored 12 points.
The team as a whole made 11 3-pointers, other top scorers included Zoe Fasbender and Sara Faber, each with eight points.
The Lions (8-1) will be back on the road after break with a matchup against Webster City on Jan. 5.
West Hancock 72, Newman 52
BRITT — A strong third quarter helped West Hancock to a 72-52 win over Newman Catholic on Tuesday.
The Knights carried a 36-34 lead into halftime before the Eagles used a 19-9 run in the third to open things up.
Freshman Rachel Leerar paced the Eagles with a game-high 22 points, Amanda Chizek finished with a double-double with 16 points and 18 rebounds, and Maddie Eisenman added 14 points. Kelly Leerar also finished in double figures for the Eagles (7-1) with 10 points.
Maria Determan and Peyton Olson scored 10 points apiece to lead the Knights, and McKenzie Sullivan and Hailey Wormann each had nine.
Osage 55, West Fork 24
OSAGE | Osage rolled to a 55-24 win over West Fork Tuesday night to stay perfect in TIC East Division play.
Rylie Olson led the way with 14 points, Mia Knudsen tossed in 13 and Gabby Schwarting had 12.
Jacqlyn Caspers scored 11 for the Warhawks.
Other scores: Riceville 76, CAL 14
Riceville 67, CAL 29
RICEVILLE — Riceville grabbed its first win of the season Tuesday night in dominating fashion with a 67-29 victory over CAL.
The Wildcats’ Grant Shedenhelm led all scorers with 19 points, Sully Fair had 15 and John Miller tossed in 12.
Ben Rapp scored 14 to lead the Cadets.
Clear Lake 69, Iowa Falls-Alden 56
IOWA FALLS — Zach Lester continues to dominate opposing defenses.
KLester poured in a game-high 39 points Tuesday night to lead the Lions to a North Central Conference victory over Iowa Falls-Alden, 69-56.
The Lions trailed by six points at halftime before a strong second half vaulted them to the win.
“We just started to defend,” Clear Lake coach Jeremey Ainley said. “We did a better job in the second in in our half-court defense. We’re going to score, it’s just a matter of buckling down.”
Tate Storbeck added nine points for the Lions (5-3, 3-1) and Jared Penning had five.
Newman 69, West Hancock 50
BRITT — Newman Catholic broke loose from West Hancock in the fourth quarter and walked away with a 69-50 victory Tuesday night.
Josh Fitzgerald led the way with 16 points and five assists, Justin Fausnaugh had 13 points, Merritt McCardle scored 12 and grabbed eight rebounds, and Joe Scholl added 10 points of his own.
Gavin Becker had 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Eagles. Chase Eisenman added 11 points and Lucas Weiland finished with 10 points and eight rebounds.
St. Ansgar 69, Rockford 62
ST. ANSGAR | Three Saints scored in double figures, including Ethan Kirchgatter who led all scorers with 23 points.
St. Ansgar (3-4) also got 18 points from Collin Kramer and 17 points from Jack Sievert.
Andrew Longcor led Rockford (8-1) with 12 points. Jake Staudt followed with 11 points.
Nashua-Plainfiled 58, North Butler 47
GREENE | Austin Bienemann led the Huskies with 11 points. Mitchell Malven followed with a 10-point effort.
North Butler's Dylan Clipperton led all scorers with 13 points. Kendrick Miller added 11 points and Rhett Lammers scored 10 points.
The Huskies are 5-3. North Butler falls to 4-4.
Lake Mills 48, North Union 19
LAKE MILLS | DaShawn Linnen led the Bulldogs with 11 points. Chett Helming followed with 8 points and 8 rebounds.
Riley Bauer led North Union with 7 points.
The Bulldogs improved to 3-5.
Osage 69, West Fork 66 (2OT)
OSAGE | Drew Olson's 27 points led all scorers in Tuesday's victory. nathan Bushbaum added 11 points.
Zack Martinek scored 23 points to lead West Fork.
Osage improved to 6-1. West Fork falls to 4-4.
Algona 60, Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 43
ALGONA | Wyatt Wegener scored 11 points and was one of three Bulldogs to finish in double digits. Trevor Bermann and Spencer Nelson added 10 points each.
Rhett Darland led C-D-G with 18 points.
The Bulldogs (4-4) stretched their win streak to three games with Tuesday win.
Charles City 56, New Hampton 48
NEW HAMPTON | Jack Molstead poured in a game-high 21 points Tuesday to lead Charles City to a 56-48 win over New Hampton.
Mike Cranshaw and Cade Hemesath added 11 points apiece for the Comets.
GHV 76, Eagle Grove 31
EAGLE GROVE | Nick Joynt and Ryan Meyers each scored 22 points for the Cardinals, who improved to 6-3.
Marshalltown 37, Mason City 27
MASON CITY | Mason City lost its team dual to Marshalltown 37-27.
Troy Monahan, Cullan Shriever and Luke Deinhart won by pin for the Mohawks, and KJ Barkema won by a 14-11 decision.
The Mohawks travel to Urbandale on Thursday.
North Butler-Clarksville goes 0-2
WEST UNION | North Butler-Clarksville dropped a pair of dual meet losses, a 37-30 to North Fayette Valley and a 54-22 loss to Crestwood, Tuesday night.
Heavyweight Trace Engel pinned North Fayette Valley's Blue Backson in 1:05. At 182 pounds, Brandon Trees pinned Crestwood's Treyton Burnikel in 1:07.