Johnston 72, Mason City 45
JOHNSTON | The Mohawks (6-7) opened up a four-game road swing on Tuesday with a loss.
Mason City's Megan Meyer led all scorers with 25 points. Anna Deets finished with 5 points.
Maya McDermott led Johnston with 22 points.
Leading 19-15 after the first quarter, the Dragons pulled away in the second and went into halftime up 21.
"The kids gave good effort in the second half. I thought it was a lot better," said Mason City coach Curt Klaahsen.
The Mohawks go back on the road Friday for a game at Urbandale.
Rockford 62, Nashua-Plainfield 30
NASHUA | Amber Reams poured in a team-high 15 points as the Lady Warriors doubled up the Huskies Tuesday night.
Also hitting double digits for Rockford were Sierra Kuhlers (12) and Jamie Schuster (10). Schuster also had 6 rebounds and 6 steals.
Bishop Garrigan 75, Belmond-Klemme 35
ALGONA | Jenna Boelster scored a game-high 24 points in the Golden Bears' home win over the Broncos.
Kaylyn Meyers finished with 15 points.
St. Ansgar 48, Central Springs 43
ST. ANSGAR | Elizabeth Jenkins had a triple double of 16 points, 12 rebounds, and 10 blocks for the Saints.
Hannah Patterson and Molly Jenkins scored 9 points each for St. Ansgar.
Kaylee Parks scored a game-high 22 points for Central Springs.
West Hancock 68, Lake Mills 34
LAKE MILLS | The Eagles (11-1) stretched their win streak to seven games Tuesday night.
Rachel Leerar led the way with a game-high 29 points. Amanda Chizek finished with 15 points.
Laura Knudtson led the Bulldogs with 15 points.
St. Ansgar 52, Central Springs 45
ST. ANSGAR | Ethan Kirchgatter led the Saints with 23 points Tuesday night. Collin Kramer followed with a 14-point effort.
Central Springs' Jacob Langenbau led all scorers with 27 points. Dylan Kisner followed with 8 points.
GHV 76, North Iowa 41
GARNER | The Cardinals (10-1) won their sixth straight Tuesday night.
Ryan Meyers led GHV with a game-high 19 points. Nick Joynt followed with 17 points and James Betz followed with 15, 6 rebounds and 4 blocks.
Jordan Boekelman led North Iowa with 16 points. Nathan Beenken added 8 points.
North Butler 41, Northwood-Kensett 31
GREENE | Dylan Clipperton led the Bearcats with 11 points. North Butler got 8 points each from Sam Dolan and Brandon Reiher.
Kole Parks led N-K with 8 points.
West Hancock 54, Lake Mills 52
LAKE MILLS | An attempted 3-pointer by Lake Mills at the buzzer came up short at the Eagles held on for the win.
Gavin Becker led the way with 16 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 steals. MaCoy Yeakel led the team in scoring with 18.
Chett Helming led Lake Mills with 17 points and 11 rebounds. Trevor Hanna followed with 14 points.
Rockford 70, Nashua-Plainfield 43
NASHUA | Three Warriors finished scoring in double figures Tuesday night — Kaden Lyman (18), Matthew Schubert (17), and Zach Bushbaum (15).
Rockford's Jared Marth pulled down 9 rebounds. Alex Schriever had 6 assists.
Charles City 70, New Hampton 48
CHARLES CITY | The Comets picked a win Tuesday in a battle of longtime NEIC rivals.
Jack Molstead led Charles City with 29 points. Cade Hemesath followed with 19 points.
John Keagan led New Hampton with 27 points.
Indians sweep B-K, South Hamilton
BELMOND | Forest City picked up a pair of dual meet wins Tuesday, beating Belmond-Klemme 54-26 and South Hamilton 46-27.
Pins by Kristian Gunderson and Dylan Jenkins at 152 and 160 helped secure the victory for Forest City. B-K's Tucker Kroeze picked up a 24-9 technical fall win at 182 pounds.
Gunderson dropped down to 145 pounds to pick up the pinfall victory against South Hamilton. Austin Kelso posted a 13-3 major decision at 220 pounds.
Clear Lake goes 1-1 at home
CLEAR LAKE | The Lions opened the night with 56-17 loss to Denver, ranked third in Class 1A.
Clear Lake picked up victories from Kade Hambly (20-4 technical fall) at 195, Eric Faught (58-second pin) at 126, and Braxton Doebel (fall, 5:51) at 145.
Clear Lake won the first seven contesteds matches of the dual en route to a 61-16 defeat of Charles City.
Doebel added a second pin, beating Cole Reams in 1:16. At 152 pounds, Charles City's Dylan Koresh pinned Rhys Glidden in 5:07.
Coach Mike Lester was happy with the win, especially coming off claiming the team title at Saturday's Clear Lake Invite.
"The kids have had some improvement from Saturday to today," said Lester.
At 285, Clear Lake's Jake Keith pinned Tylor Zuspan in 5:31. Lester praised Keith's effort getting to Tuesday's win.
"He's been in the room, fighting and working on his skills," said Lester.
Mohawks fall to Fort Dodge
MASON CITY | The Mason City boys and girls bowling squads dropped meets to Fort Dodge Monday at Mystic Lanes.
The girls team lost 2,172-2,802. Gabi Simon bowled a 198 (a career high) and had a two-game series of 329.
Sarah Wendel rolled a 129-119. Stephanie Santos had a 114-130.
The boys team fell 2,635-2,793. Andrew White had the high game (247) and high two-game series (390).
Carter Beaver finished with a 163-209 and Colton VanderPloeg had a 137-205.