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Hampton-Dumont 49, Grundy Center 47

HAMPTON — Hampton-Dumont picked up its first win of the season Monday night with a 49-47 nonconference victory over Grundy Center. The win ended a 28-game losing streak for the Bulldogs.

Cesar Demas knocked down the game-winner with less than a second remaining to send the Bulldogs home winners.

Wyatt Sutter led the way with nine points, Joe Vondra and Dustin Miller scored eight apiece and Damas added seven for the Bulldogs (1-5).

Cale Hendricks scored 11 to lead Grundy Center.


North Iowa 2, Yellowstone 1

BLAINE, Minn. — Thanks to a two-goal first period, North Iowa picked up a 2-1 victory over Yellowstone Monday on the second day of the NA3HL Showcase.

Jared Blackowiak, assisted by Dan Sandvig and Brendan Studioso, scored 3 minutes, 19 seconds into the first period to put the Bulls up 1-0, and then Josh Arnold tallied what would serve as the game-winner at the 16:16 mark. Brandon Caudill and Shane Bernhardson assisted on the goal.

Colin Cain picked up the win in goal.

North Iowa also had a 5-2 win over the L/A Nordiques in Sunday’s showcase opener. Connor Clemons scored a pair of goals in the win for the Bulls.

North Iowa wraps up the showcase today vs. the Texas Brahams at 12:15 p.m.


Mohawk Hockey Club 4, Quad City 1

DAVENPORT — The Mohawk Hockey Club completed the weekend sweep at Quad City on Sunday with a 4-1 victory.

Andrew Crane kick off the scoring for the Mohawks in the first period, Ben Blaha and Speed Toyne each scored in the second, and Zach Jimenez added a short-handed goal in the third to give the Mohawks four unanswered goals.

Erik McHenry picked up the win in goal, stopping 16 of the 17 shots he faced.

The Mohawks travel to Ames on Friday.


Waldorf's Tula earns NSAA weekly honor

FOREST CITY – Three games in three days didn’t slow down Warrior senior Falmata Tula one bit.

Waldorf’s 6-foot guard led the way two of the three nights in scoring, averaged 19.34 points per game and hit 52.6 percent of his field-goal attempts during the 3-game run, earning him North Star Athletic Association Player of the Week honors in men’s basketball.

Starting a busy weekend with 15 points and six rebounds in the Warriors 76-75 overtime win at non-conference foe Luther College, Tula then led his team both nights at home in NSAA battles.

Saturday he scored 21 points and grabbed four rebounds for Waldorf (8-8 overall, 4-1 NSAA) against Viterbo in a 73-67 setback.

Tula then led the way again on Sunday as the Warriors bounced back strong, beating Bellevue 78-76. The senior guard from Minneapolis, Minn., scored a game-high 22 points and grabbed a game-high eight rebounds in the win, while adding four assists and a steal.


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