Monday during a Iowa girls’ state basketball tournament: All a scores, stories and highlights
February 28, 2017 - Basketballs
Two true weeks of state basketball sloping offMonday with a initial day of a girls’ contest during Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines.
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CLASS 1A QUARTERFINALS
Defending Class 1A champion Springville hold Burlington Notre Dame to a 5-on-5 state-tournament record 16 points.
The Orioles outscored a Nikes 27-2 in a second half. It was 12-10 Springville after a first, afterwards Notre Dame scored only 6 points a rest of a way.
Johanna Myers, averaging 24.8 points, was scoreless. Notre Dame skip all 22 field-goal attempts in a second half. Mikayla Nachazel led a Orioles with 18 points and 6 rebounds.
No. 7 Kingsley-Pierson65, No. 6 Bellevue Marquette 61
Despite a Class 1A state-tournament record 38 points from Marissa Schroeder, Kingsley-Pierson rallied to kick Marquette and acquire a semifinal date with No. 1 Springville.
Schroeder was 13-for-24 from a margin and done 12-of-14 giveaway throws to go with 11 rebounds. She pennyless Notre Dame’s Taylor Hickey’s aged symbol of 27 points.
Kingsley-Pierson dug itself an early 10-0 hole though stormed behind to within 16-13 during a finish of a initial and led 35-31 during halftime. Addison Hirschman had 22 points and 10 play for a Panthers.
Turkey Valley trailed 58-52 with 1:20 to go though scored a final 8 points to advance.
Shelby Reicks strike a go-ahead layup with 29 seconds left, afterwards Janesville incited it over on a final possession.
Reicks finished with 21 points notwithstanding battling ankle injuries. Tori Hazard led Janesville with 34, that would have been a 1A five-on-five contest record had it not been for Marquette’s Marissa Schroeder going for 38 progressing today.
No. 3 Exira-EHK 58, No. 9 Sidney 43
Sophia Peppers scored 22 points, Kealy Nelson combined 16 and Exira-EHK hold on to kick Sidney in a final 1A quarterfinal.
The Spartans used a 19-6 second entertain to spin a two-point advantage into a 35-20 halftime lead.
The Cowgirls fought behind to within 42-37 late in a third before a 13-0 run that stretched into a fourth put them divided for good.
CLASS 2A QUARTERFINALS
Logan-Magnolia hung with top-ranked Regina as both teams shot improved than 60 percent in a initial half, though a Regals were too many in a second half.
Regina solemnly pulled away. It was 19-13 after one, 36-29 during a half and 53-39 after three.
Alex Wiese scored Regina’s initial 8 points in her state entrance and finished with 18, and 11 rebounds. Mary Crompton combined 15 and Sarah Lehman had 12 as Regina shot 61.5 percent (24-39), including 7-of-15 from 3-point range.
Kylan Straight led a Pantherswith 22 points on 8-for-11 sharpened and eightboards.
Nebraska dedicate Ashtyn Veerbeek scored 25 points and pulled down 19 rebounds as Western outlasted North Linn.
Veerbeek did many of her work during a free-throw line, attack 15 of 19 tainted shots. Erika Feenstra combined 18 points for a Wolfpack.
Grace Flannagan led a Lynx with 15 points. North Linn led 29-26 during halftime and 40-37 after three, though Western scored a initial 5 points of a fourth entertain and never trailed again.
No. 2 Treynor 60, No. 10 Van Meter 54
Konnor Sudman done all 12 of her free-throw attempts and scored 18 points to lead Treynor to a 2A semis.
Madelyn Deitchler combined 15 points for a Cardinals, who led 29-24 during halftime after descending behind 11-7 in a initial quarter.
Van Meter pulled within 52-50 with 2:16 to go, though a Konnor Sudman take and dual giveaway throws pushed a lead to four.
Mackenzie Roberts led a Bulldogs with 20 points before fouling out late.