PREP WRESTLING

Schriever claims second CIML crown

PLEASANT HILL | Cullan Schriever wrestled to a CIML title Friday for Mason City.

Schriever, competing at 106 pounds, beat Fort Dodge's Drake Ayala by an 8-5 decision in the finals. Schriever is ranked first at 106 in the latest Class 3A rankings by The Predicament. Ayala is second in the same rankings. Schriever now has two CIML titles.

Colby Schriever (126) placed third. Troy Monahan (285) took fourth. 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Osage 68, Nashua-Plainfield 21

OSAGE | The Green Devils (17-0) stayed perfect with help from a 17-point night from Dani Johnson and a 15-point effort from Rylie Olson.

Libby Fisher led N-P (2-16) with 8 points.

Newman Catholic 71, Northwood-Kensett 26

NORTHWOOD | Newman's Peyton Olson scored 21 points, setting a school record of seven made 3-pointers in a game.

The Knights (10-8) also got 10 points from Haily Worman. N-K (1-15) were led by Clara Davidson's 8 points.

West Fork 42, St. Ansgar 41

SHEFFIELD | Jacqlyn Caspers led the Warhaws Friday with 15 points. Lexi Jones scored 15 points for West Fork (12-5).

Elizabeth Jenkins led the Saints (9-8) with 20 points and 10 rebounds.

Hali Anderson, a freshman, scored 8 points. She also set the St. Ansgar record for steals in a season. She has 80; the previous record was 76.

Central Springs 49, Rockford 22

MANLY | Kaylee Parks poured in a game-high 24 points and added 5 rebounds and 6 steals Friday night for Central Springs (13-4). Morgan Kelly added 14 points in the win.

The Panthers led 26-5 at halftime. 

Morgan Thieman led Rockford (4-13) with 11 points and 4 rebounds.

Clear Lake 54, Humboldt 24

HUMBOLDT | Jordyn Barragy led the Lions (16-2) with 15 points in Friday's North Central Conference win. 

Sara Faber scored 14 points and Lexi Fasbender added 11 points. 

Clear Lake can win the NCC title outright Tuesday night when it hosts Iowa Falls-Alden.

"I think they're on the rise and getting better," said Clear Lake coach Bart Smith of IF-A. 

West Hancock 52, Forest City 38

BRITT | Amanda Chizek's double-double (17 points, 18 rebounds) helped propel the Eagles to Friday's victory. 

Rachel Leerar scored 19 points. Kelly Leerar scored 7 points and dished out 6 assists. 

"We really got after it in the third quarter," said West Hancock coach Paul Sonius.

GHV 74, Lake Mills 69

LAKE MILLS | Jillian Heitland led GHV (8-11) with 21 points. Mara Anderson and Maddie Williams added 15 points each.

Lake Mills' Laura Knudtson led all scorers with 24 points. She also had 6 steals and 3 assists. Teah Kesler followed with 15 points and 4 rebounds. 

Lake Mills is 7-10. 

BOYS BASKETBALL

West Fork 75, St. Asngar 45

SHEFFIELD | The Warhawks (12-5) finished Friday's win with four players scoring in double fingures.

Mitchell Halloran led with 17 points, Zach Martinek followed with 15 points, while Nathan Meinders and Ian Latham finished with 11 and 10 points each.

Newman Catholic 67, Northwood-Kensett 44

NORTHWOOD | Joe Scholl's 14 points led the Knights Friday night. Justin Fausnaugh added 9 points for Newman (13-4).

Josh Fick led N-K (1-14) with 10 points. Colton Moretz added 9 points. 

Osage 62, Nashua-Plainfield 47

OSAGE | Drew Olson scored 20 to lead the Green Devils (12-5), while Colin Klapperich followed with 9 points.

The Huskies (9-8) got a 13-point effort from Luke Cerwinske. Austin Bienemann and Isaac Chambers each scored 8 points. 

GHV 58, Lake Mills 36

LAKE MILLS | Ryan Meyers led the Cardinals (15-3) Friday night with 16 points. James Betz added 13 points and Nick Joynt followed with 12 points.    

Caleb Bacon led Lake Mills (6-10) with 10 points. 

North Iowa 49, Belmond-Klemme 25

BELMOND | Taylor Baumann's 16 points helped push the Bison to Friday's road victory. Jordan Boekelman added 11 points in the win. 

Caleb Sturgeon led B-K with 5 points and 5 rebounds. Carson Lane and Kyle Watne scored 5 points each.  

Clear Lake 80, Humboldt 49

HUMBOLDT | Clear Lake stayed hot in North Central Confernece play Friday night with an 80-49 win over Humboldt.

Zach Lester led the Lions Friday night with 26 points. Drew Enke had 19 points. 

Charles City 80, Oelwein 51

OELWEIN | Charles City had four players finish in double figures Friday night as it rolled to an 80-51 victory over Oelwein.

Noah Schlader led the way with 17, Mike Cranshaw scored 15, Cade Hemesath has 12 and Jack Molstead added 10.

Rockford 73, Central Springs 52

MANLY | Rockford got back on track Friday night with a 73-52 win over Central Springs.

Matt Schubert led four Warriors in double figures with 18 points and he added seven blocked shots.

Zach Bushbaum added 15 points and 12 rebounds, Jacob Staudt scored 14, and Max Rooney chipped in 10.

COLLEGE TRACK

NIACC's Delgado wins 600 at UNI 

CEDAR FALLS | NIACC's Akahnni Delgado won the 600-meter run in a personal-best time of 1 minute, 25.62 seconds at Northern Iowa's Jack Jennett Invitational in the UNI-Dome on Friday.

NIACC's Daniel Hennigar was fitth in the 600 in a time of 1:28.01.

Also for the Trojans, who placed 10th in the team standings with 19 points, the 4x400-meter relay team of Scott Hengesteg, Kalen Eastman, Blake Lindsey and Timothi McMaster placed 6th in 3:35.05.

NIACC's Abdiaziz Wako was seventh in the mile in a time of 4:39.26. Former NIACC all-American Wal Khat, who was running unattached for Northern Iowa, won the mile in 4:27.83.

McMaster and Prince Buduo narrowly missed qualifying for the finals (top eight) in the 60-meter dash. McMaster ran 7.17, which was the ninth fastest qualifying time, and Boduo ran 7.18, which was the 10th fastest qualifying time.

For the NIACC women, Keisha Gonzague placed third in the 600-meter run in a personal-best time of 1:49.60 seconds.

NIACC freshman Jaylynn Scrivner placed fourth in the 400-meter dash in a personal-best time of 1:03.26 seconds.

NIACC's 4x400-meter relay team of Dashawn Wyatt, Amy Fullerton, Gonzague and Elizabeth Mennen placed third in a time of 4:36.11.

Also Friday for the NIACC women, Anna Frisch was 10th in the mile in a time of 5:51.52.

The NIACC women placed ninth in the team standings with 21 points.

COLLEGE WRESTLING

No. 13 NIACC wrestlers stop No. 8 Iowa Lakes

MASON CITY | The No. 13 NIACC wrestling team picked up three falls and topped No. 8 Iowa Lakes in an ICCAC dual meet Friday night in the NIACC gym.

NIACC, which dropped a 34-15 decision to Iowa Lakes in November, gained falls from Mark Gonzales (125), Sedrak Sheppard (197) and Jimsher Sidhu (285) to improve its dual meet record to 2-5.

Gonzales (5-6) pinned Iowa Lakes' Kevin Saravia in 6 minutes, 53 seconds at 125 pounds.

Sheppard (7-8) stuck the Lakers' Cayelon Barton in 6:09 and Sidhu (9-5) pinned Montana Fuller in 1:30.

NIACC also picked up wins from Austin Anderly at 141 pounds, Ryan Faught (11-4) by forfeit at 165 pounds and Tavion Askew (1-0) at 174 pounds.

Anderly, who is top-ranked at 141 by Intermat, took a 6-4 decision from the Lakers' seventh-ranked Anthony Fisher. Anderly improved his 2017-18 record to 8-1.

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