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GRUNDY CENTER — Senior Hailey Wallis surpassed 1,000 points for her career Friday as Class 2A’s top-ranked Grundy Center walloped Gladbrook-Reinbeck, 76-23.

Wallis poured in 29 points for the second straight game on a night when 11 Spartans broke into the scoring column.

Grundy Center (3-0 overall, 1-0 North Iowa Cedar League) led 44-10 at halftime.

DIKE-NEW HARTFORD 56, DENVER 31: Dike-New Hartford rode strong defense and 23 points from Morgan Weber to a North Iowa Cedar League win over Denver.

The sixth-ranked Wolverines (2-0, 2-0) led 31-12 at the break and got 16 points from Katie Knock and 10 rebounds from Jill Eilderts. Sarah Steege topped Denver (2-1, 1-1) with 13 points.

COLO-NESCO 60, NORTH TAMA 29: Tenth-ranked Colo-Nesco had three girls reach the double-digit mark in scoring while the Royals shut down North Tama.

Faith Vincent led C-N (3-0 overall, 2-0 Iowa Star) with 15 points and nine rebounds.

TRIPOLI 67, DUNKERTON 44: Tripoli improved to 3-0 with an Iowa Star Conference victory Friday night in Dunkerton.

Taylor Flaig notched 17 points and Zoe Semelroth added 15 for Tripoli while dominating the glass. Dunkerton (1-2) got a 14-point night from point guard Kaitlyn Wilder.

APLINGTON-PARKERSBURG 42, HUDSON 37: Aplington-Parkersburg used a late run and clutch free throw shooting to edge Hudson in a North Iowa Cedar League girls’ basketball battle.

The Falcons (3-0, 2-0) pulled away in the final quarter thanks to a 9-1 run that erased a 29-28 Hudson lead.

A-P’s Sophia Jungling and Hudson’s Abby Gaudian and Jessica Carolan all scored 12 points.

Boys’ basketball

DIKE-NEW HARTFORD 78, DENVER 55: A fast-paced North Iowa Cedar boys’ basketball contest ended with Dike-New Hartford pulling away from Denver Friday to open its season.

The Wolverines (1-0) led by 15 points at halftime and Cade Fuller heated up in the second half with 13 of his game-high 19 points.

Bryce Phelps tallied 15 points for Denver (1-1).

DON BOSCO 60, RICEVILLE 17: Don Bosco played smothering full-court defense and was efficient on offense during an Iowa Star Conference rout of Riceville.

The Dons (1-1) led 36-9 at halftime and got 19 points from Zach Huff and 14 from Jack Kelley.

AGWSR 57, WEST MARSHALL 47: AGWSR outscored West Marshall 27-10 in the final eight minutes to score a come-from-behind NICL West win.

The Cougars were led by Alex Hames with 19 points.

DUNKERTON 80, TRIPOLI 49: Dunkerton’s talented backcourt led the way as the Raiders rocked Tripoli in Iowa Star action.

Brady Happel scored 24 points and Zach Johnson 16 for the Raiders (2-0), who also got 15 from Tylin Williams.

APLINGTON-PARKERSBURG 69, HUDSON 31: Aplington-Parkersburg’s perimeter shooting was on target as the Falcons torched Hudson in an NICL matchup. Six players hit 3-pointers for A-P (1-1, 1-0). Aaron Price led a balanced and deep scoring list with 15 points on five treys.

Summaries

Girls’ basketball

GRUNDY CTR. 76, GLAD.-REINBECK 23

GLADBROOK-REINBECK (0-2, 0-1) — Belen Ellenberger 4, Taylor Gienger 5, Mahayla Olson 2, Reagan Skovgard 8, Saari Kuehl 2, Rachel Cooley 2.

GRUNDY CENTER (3-0, 1-0) — Kyah Luhring 3, Reegan Zinkula 6, Hailey Wallis 29, Maddie McMartin 4, Sydney Mathews 2, Shelby Rivera 5, Sarah Lindeman 6, Cora Saak 5, Kylie Willis 6, Brooke Flater 7, Leslie Homeister 3.

DIKE-NEW HARTFORD 56, DENVER 31

DENVER (2-1, 1-1) — Sarah Steege 13, Lexi Lyons 3, Kambrie Clinton 7, Rachel Hennessey 3, Sammy Gehrke 5.

DIKE-NEW HARTFORD (2-0, 2-0) — Sydney Latwesen 2, Taylor Kvale 1, Morgan Weber 23, Katie Knock 16, Sophia Hoffmann 6, Carlee Dove 2, Jill Eilderts 2, Abby Sohn 4.

COLO-NESCO 60, NORTH TAMA 29

NORTH TAMA (1-3, 0-2) — Carlie Gorder 4, Takoa Kopriva 2, Carissa Calderwood 1, Molly Kvidera 3, Hope Brubaker 4, Rylee McLean 7, Abby Deboef 8.

COLO-NESCO (3-0, 2-0) — Faith Vincent 15, Lauryn Hill 13, Emily Hostetler 4, Mckenzie Niemeyer 1, Rylee Purvis 9, Megan Carlson 6, Gracie Kettwig 2, Emma Stalzer 10.

TRIPOLI 67, DUNKERTON 44

TRIPOLI (3-0, 2-0) — Jetti Schmudlach 6, Morgan Moeller 11, Taylor Flaig 17, Olivia Miller 3, Ellie Steere 3, Samara Harms 6, Zoe Semelroth 15, Haileigh Halverson 6.

DUNKERTON (1-2, 1-1) — Bethany Christians 9, Alana Berinobis 4, Morgan Weepie 8, Lily Fettkether 9, Kaitlyn Wilder 14.

APL.-PARKERSBURG 42, HUDSON 37

APLINGTON-PARKERSBURG (3-0, 2-0) — Sophia Jungling 12, Karson DeGroote 2, Megan Johnson 7, Jenna Bruns 7, Avari Everts 6, Jaycie Ellis 5, McKenna Oldenburger 3.

HUDSON (0-2, 0-1) — Morgan Galbraith 6, Maddie McKenna 2, Abby Gaudian 12, Whitley Galbraith 4, Jessica Carolan 12, Ashlynn Kuhn 1.

Boys’ basketball

DIKE-NEW HARTFORD 78, DENVER 55

DENVER (1-1, 0-1) — Isaac Besh 5, Bryce Phelps 15, Kyler Matthias 12, Alex Gebel 5, Zach Miller 4, Devon Baas 11, Caylor Hoffer 3.

DIKE-NEW HARTFORD (1-0, 1-0) — Tim Koop 13, Cade Fuller 19, Ryan Moore 6, Parker Kiewiet 5, Noah Epley 4, Dane Fuller 11, Derek Kinney 6, Jake Landphair 1, Mason Dietrick 2, Colton Harberts 11.

DON BOSCO 60, RICEVILLE 17

DON BOSCO (1-1, 1-1) — Michael Allen 6, Jack Kelley 14, Lewis Havel 5, Zach Huff 19, Kobe Allen 5, Cael Tenold 5, Luke Becker 1, Mason Denton 2, Carter Weber 2, Kendall Becker 1.

RICEVILLE (0-2, 0-2) — Brody Koenigs 3, Tanner Swenson 2, Charlie Ring 4, Sullivan Fair 5, Ryan Larsen 3.

AGWSR 57, WEST MARSHALL 47

WEST MARSHALL (0-1, 0-1) — Seth Diser 4, Cam Bannister 21, Joseph Halverson 3, Josh Larson 6, Gabe Jones 4, Isaiah Borgos 2, Alex Halter 7.

AGWSR (2-0, 1-0) — Bartling Josh 11, Penning Jaden 7, Alex Hames 19, Luke Starr 10, Tanner Weichers 9, Titan Operman Titan 1.

DUNKERTON 80, TRIPOLI 49

TRIPOLI (1-1, 1-1) — Seth Boeckmann 9, Lincoln Drewis 11, Connor Piehl 11, Jacob Davis 2, Gavin Shepard 2, Blake Bockhaus 8, Dawson Bergmann 6.

DUNKERTON (2-0, 2-0) — Zach Johnson 16, Brady Stone 5, Tylin Williams 15, Brody Rygel 4, Jacob Brandt 3, Brady Happel 24, Jared Salisbury 6, Riley Tisue 7.

APL.-PARKERSBURG 69, HUDSON 31

APLINGTON-PARKERSBURG (1-1, 1-0) — Aaron Bartels 8, Aaron Price 15, Olen Thomas 6, Carter Cuvelier 6, Riley Oberhauser 4, Gannon Oberhauser 6, Cameron Luhring 5, Sam Bachman 8, Junior Bodden 4, Josh Haan 7.

HUDSON (0-2, 0-1) — Connor Ham 2, Sam Hansen 3, Jackson Lehr 2, Payton Stuart 3, Drew Stanfield 2, Bryce Griffin 4, Jacob Murray 6, Carter Swope 9.

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