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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Forest City 68, Hampton-Dumont 40

FOREST CITY | Head coach Dusty Meyn notched his 100th win at Forest City on Monday night.

Senior Brea Dillavou led the Indians to victory making 7 of 15 from the field and 1 for 2 from the line for 16 points. Dillawvoud capped off a double-double performance with 12 rebounds. 

Senior Hannah Anderson went 5 for 12 from the field, including three 3-pointers and made 2 of 4 free throws for 15 points while adding a team-high of six assists. 

The Indians (14-4) take on Bishop Garrigan tonight. 

Northwood-Kensett 45, Riceville 35

NORTHWOOD | Junior Laura Hopperstad led the Vikings to victory, going 7 for 7 from the field and making 10 of 10 from the line for a 24-point performance against the Wildcats. Sophomore Clara Davidson had nine points.

Senior Sarah Harken was the top scorer for the Wildcats with 12 points. Junior Julia Klaes had 10 points.

Riceville plays (4-15) CAL (0-15) on Friday and Northwood-Kensett (2-16) will play at St. Ansgar today.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Northwood-Kensett 47, Riceville 45

NORTHWOOD | Led by 14 points from Josh Jaspers, Northwood-Kensett was able to pick up a 47-45 win over Riceville on Monday.

Colton Moretz added 12 points for the Vikings.

Riceville's John Miller led all scorers with 18.

PREP BOWLING

Southeast Polk sweeps Mason City

MASON CITY | The Southeast Polk girls and boys bowing teams each picked up a win over Mason City on Monday. The girls escaped with a 21-pin victory (2,292-2,271) while the boys won 2,800-2,604.

On the girls' side, Mason City was led by Sadie Arickx's 330 series (129, 191) and Danajua Judon added a 291 series (132, 159). Gabi Simon rolled a career-best 201.

For the Mason City boys, Anthony Frescaz paced the Mohawks with a 427 series and had a team-best 247 game. Aaron Pope added a game of 225.

PREP HOCKEY

Mohawk Hockey Club 2, Omaha 1

OMAHA | The Mohawk Hockey Club picked up an important 2-1 victory over Omaha, which has the league's second-best record, on Sunday.

Zach Jimenez, assisted by Bryce Butler, scored a short-handed goal to put the Mohawks up 1-0 after a period. The Mohawks tallied their second of the night in the third period on a goal by Ben Blaha. Butler also assisted on this goal.

Erik McHenry had 19 saves on the 20 shots he faced in goal for the Mohawks.

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