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GILBERTVILLE — Zach Nie surpassed the 1,000 career point plateau and fifth-ranked Don Bosco pulled into a tie for the Iowa Star Conference lead with a decisive 62-39 victory over No. 4 Dunkerton Monday.

Defense was the name of the game for the Dons (15-2, 8-1), who set the tone by surrendering just 16 first-half points and led by as many as 30 points in the second half.

Sean McFadden finished with 14 points while Jack Kelley and Nie had 12 each for Don Bosco, which fell to the Raiders 59-55 earlier this season in Dunkerton.

Dunkerton (16-2, 8-1) got 13 points from Zach Johnson.

APLINGTON-PARKERSBURG 72, DENVER 43: Eighth-ranked Aplington-Parkersburg locked up its first North Iowa Cedar League East title since 2014-15 with a rout of Denver.

The Falcons (17-1, 13-0) got a triple-double of 16 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists from Alec Oberhauser and 14 points from Carter Cuvelier.

DIKE-NEW HARTFORD 78, WAPSIE VALLEY 65: Dike-New Hartford knocked down a season-high 12 shots from 3-point range, overcame 38 points from Paul Rundquist and defeated Wapsie Valley 78-65 in a North Iowa Cedar League boys’ basketball showdown Monday.

D-NH (12-6, 10-4) led by 12 points at halftime, but Wapsie Valley (12-5, 10-4) crept within six after three quarters before the Wolverines closed it out.

Colton Harberts had 24 points and Cade Fuller 17 with five 3-point buckets for the balanced Wolverines, who avenged a 61-60 loss to the Warriors Dec. 19 in Fairbank.

AGWSR 60, WATERLOO COLUMBUS 45: Alex Hames erupted for a career-high 31 points, including 9 of 15 from 3-point range, to power AGWSR to a 60-45 win over Waterloo Columbus in a North Iowa Cedar League crossover game.

The Cougars (8-11, 4-8) led 27-24 at halftime before opening a 54-33 lead after three quarters.

Trey Mudd’s 12 points topped Columbus (2-15, 2-11).

Girls’ basketball

CLARKSVILLE 55, WEST CENTRAL 36: Clarksville broke away from a 26-26 halftime tie with stifling second-half defense as the Indians improved to 17-3.

Janet Borchardt scored 16 points and Kori Wedeking 14 for Clarksville, which will attempt to avenge one of its defeats Tuesday night when it hosts Dunkerton.

APLINGTON-PARKERSBURG 57, DENVER 43: Aplington-Parkersburg used a strong third quarter to stretch a 30-20 halftime lead to a 20-point advantage on the way to a North Iowa Cedar League win over Denver.

Sophia Jungling scored 16 points for the Falcons (12-6, 10-4).

SummariesBoys’ basketball

DON BOSCO 62, DUNKERTON 39

DUNKERTON (16-2, 8-1) — Zach Johnson 13, Brady Stone 5, Riley Tisue 2, Brady Happel 5, Kaleb Westendorf 6, Dalton Burch 8.

DON BOSCO (15-2, 8-1) — Jack Kelley 12, Zach Huff 6, Zach Nie 12, Cael Tenold 4, Sean McFadden 14, Kendall Becker 6, Clayton Weber 8.

DIKE-N.H. 78, WAPSIE VALLEY 65

WAPSIE VALLEY (12-5, 10-4) — Paul Rundquist 38, Jake Kuhlmann 4, Carson Kerns 5, Cameron O’Donnell 2, Kirk Drew 11, Kobe Risse 1, Kiks Rosengarten 4.

DIKE-NEW HARTFORD (12-6, 10-4) — Tim Koop 8, Cade Fuller 17, Ryan Moore 11, Isaac Jorgensen 4, Dane Fuller 10, Colton Harberts 24, Owen Goos 4.

AGWSR 60, WAT. COLUMBUS 45

COLUMBUS (2-15, 2-11) — Kaden Ludwig 7, Robert Porth 5, Trey Mudd 12, Parker Westhoff 3, Jarrett Kruse 4, Cannon Butler 4, Ben Leibold 4, Austin Zaputil 6.

AGWSR (8-11, 4-8) — Keon Huffman 6, Alex Hames 31, Alec Stahl 2, Liam Stubbe 5, Tanner Weichers 5, Aaron Roelfs 5, Ethan Ubben 6.

APL.-PARKERSBURG 72, DENVER 43

APLINGTON-PARKERSBURG (17-1, 13-0) — Aaron Price 6, Coby Hoff 4, Carter Cuvelier 14, Grant Truax 11, Dylan Ellis 11, Sam Bachman 3, Junior Bodden 7, Alec Oberhauser 16.

DENVER (8-9, 6-7) — Isaac Besh 1, Bryce Phelps 9, Alex Gebel 2, Bo McMahon 4, Sam Joerger 7, Ki Jenkins 12, Zach Miller 8.

Girls’ basketball

CLARKSVILLE 55, W. CENTRAL 36

WEST CENTRAL (1-15) — Bryleigh Rouse 2, Kenzie Squires 23, JaLyn Brownell 11.

CLARKSVILLE (17-3) — Emma Poppe 10, Cheyenne Behrends 2, Kori Wedeking 14, Chloe Ross 6, Capri Rabatach 2, Janet Borchardt 16, Mallory Hoodjer 6.

APL.-PARKERSBURG 57, DENVER 43

APLINGTON-PARKERSBURG (12-6, 10-4) — Jenna Bruns 12, Megan Johnson 7, Maddie Waller 2, Sophia Jungling 16, Gabbi Kampman 2, Avari Everts 8, Ainsley Brungard 3, Jaycie Ellis 4, McKenna Oldenburger 3.

DENVER (5-14, 2-12) — Jaden McMahon 12, Lexi Lyons 2, Lila Meyer 7, Jenna Haase 3, Katie Terrill 2, Sarah Steege 5, Kambrie Clinton 5, Haley Barkau 4, Emma Larson 3.

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