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DUNKERTON — After breaking the 1,000-point mark last week, Zach Johnson hit a career high 33 Friday night as Dunkerton wrapped up its regular season with a 78-53 Iowa Star Conference win over Clarksville.

Dunkerton was successful on 10 3-point shots, seven by Johnson.

Clarksville was led by Ethan Schmidt with 24 points.

The win gives the Raiders their third straight Iowa Star North conference title as they finished league play at 11-1. They will take a 17-4 record into district play.

APLINGTON-PARKERSBURG 73, DENVER 56: Carter Cuvelier scored a season-high 27 points as Aplington-Parkersburg defeated Denver 73-56.

Cuvelier, a 6-5 senior, was also credited with 11 rebounds.

Trailing 39-20 at the break, Denver got no closer than eight as A-P continued to control the game.

The Falcons are now 12-2 in the conference. The Cyclones, led by Bryce Phelps with 25 points, finished the NICL East schedule at 10-6.

ST. ANSGAR 65, NORTH BUTLER 37: St. Ansgar cruised out to a 34-18 halftime lead on the way to a Top of Iowa Conference win.

Collin Kramer scored 16 points, Ethan Kirchgatter 13 and Ryan Cole 11 for the Saints (12-7, 9-7). Eric Brehmer led North Butler (3-14, 2-13) with 11 points.

DECORAH 61, CHARLES CITY 51: Decorah turned the game around in the second half and upended Charles City to wrap up Northeast Iowa Conference play.

The Vikings (9-11, 5-7) trailed 23-22 at halftime but heated up near the end of the third quarter and took control. Charlie Robinson led Decorah with 19 points while Jackson Molstead had 25 for Charles City (12-7, 7-5).

NEW HAMPTON 68, WAUKON 63: New Hampton charged past Waukon in the fourth quarter for a Northeast Iowa Conference win.

The Chickasaws (9-11, 4-8) trailed 28-25 at halftime and were still down by three points heading into the final eight minutes.

Tristan Sweitzer poured in 24 points to lead four New Hampton players in double figures.

Waukon fell to 5-14 and 1-11.

Girls’ basketball

COLO-NESCO 67, JANESVILLE 59: Colo-Nesco edged Janesville in a matchup of top 15 Iowa Star Conference teams Friday.

Ninth-ranked Janesville (16-4) led 35-26 at halftime before 13th-ranked Colo-Nesco (17-3) took over in the second half.

Alisa Bengen led Janesville with 19 points and eight rebounds.

DECORAH 51, CHARLES CITY 49: Decorah raced out to a 24-6 halftime lead only to see Charles City storm back in the fourth quarter.

Abigail Milburn’s 15 points led Decorah (4-17, 3-9) while Emma Nierengarten added 14. Jodie Sindlinger scored 21 for the Comets (0-19, 0-12).

Summaries

Boys’ basketball

DUNKERTON 78, CLARKSVILLE 53

CLARKSVILLE (7-11, 4-7) — Chris Behrends 15, Deric Trees 9, Pacen Hendricks 3, Ethan Schmidt 24, Dawson Holub 2.

DUNKERTON (11-1, 17-4) — Zach Johnson 33, Brady Stone 9, Tylin Williams 6, Brody Rygel 2, Jacob Brandt 2, Brady Happel 19, Kolby Rich 2, Gabe Heideman 2, Kaden Behrens 3.

APL.-PARKERSBURG 73, DENVER 56

APLINGTON-PARKERSBURG (14-5, 12-2) — Aaron Bartels 3, Aaron Price 8, Owen Thomas 11, Carter Cuvelier 27, Riley Oberhauser 7, Sam Bachman 3, Junior Bodden 11, Josh Haan 2, Joe Schipper 1.

DENVER (14-6, 10-6) — Isaac Besh 14, Bryce Phelps 25, Alex Gebel 3, Devin Baas 8, Kyler Matthias 6.

ST. ANSGAR 65, N. BUTLER 37

NORTH BUTLER (3-14, 2-13) — Braydan Steere 2, Levi Lubben 3, Beau Thompson 2, Brandon Reiher 10, Eric Brehmer 11, Fletcher Buss 2, Kaleb Salge 2, Jaden Mason 4, Martin Campazano 1.

ST. ANSGAR (12-7, 9-7) — Erik Gerdts 7, Ethan Kirchgtter 13, Ryan Cole 11, Jack Sievert 8, Collin Kramer 16, Braden Powers 4, Cade Duckert 2, Taylor Hillman 2.

DECORAH 61, CHARLES CITY 51

CHARLES CITY (12-7, 7-5) — Jackson Molstead 25, J.J. Ritter 2, Marcus Cranshaw 6, Bradley Andrews 15, Tait Arndt 3.

DECORAH (9-11, 5-7) — Sam Robinson 10, Charles Robinson 19, Pat Bockman 8, Matt Franzen 8, Logan Halverson 11, Andrew Magner 5.

Girls’ basketball

COLO-NESCO 67, JANESVILLE 59

JANESVILLE (16-4) — Grace Hovenga 6, Lily Liekweg 4, Bailey Hoff 6, Alisa Bengen 19, Kennedy Rieken 12, Briana Baker-Bruce 11, Gabby Gergen 1.

COLO-NESCO (17-3) — Faith Vincent 19, Lauryn Hill 15, McKenzie Niemeier 4, Rylee Purvis 21, Megan Carlson 3, Gracie Kettwig 3, Emma Stalzer 2.

DECORAH 51, CHARLES CITY 49

DECORAH (4-17, 3-9) — Ambria Pipho 9, Abigail Milburn 15, Amanda Kuehner 5, Emma Nierengarten 14, Skyler Malone 8.

CHARLES CITY (0-19, 0-12) — Lydia Staudt 10, Rachel Chambers 10, Mackenzy Bilharz 4, Liz Fiser 4, Jodie Sindlinger 21.

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