AVOCA – Logan-Magnolia’s wrestlers took their second Western Iowa Conference team title in two days Saturday, winning the conference’s individual tournament.

The Panthers won the WIC Duals on Friday. In both meets, strength in the lighter weights was a key to success. Three Panthers won titles Saturday: Hagen Heistand (113 pounds); Briar Reisz (126) and Gavin Maguire (132).

Team scoring: Logan-Magnolia 219; Underwood 203; Missouri Valley 171; AHSTW 156; Riverside 122; Tri-Center 107; Treynor 98; Audubon 86.

Championship matches: 106 pounds: Jace Rose (R) dec. Sean Thompson (LM) 4-2. 113: Hagen Heistand (LM) dec. Stevie Barnes (U) 10-4. 120: Westin Allen (U) pinned Connor Attkisson (TC) 5:21. 126: Briar Reisz (LM) maj. dec. Zane Ziegler (U) 17-5. 132: Gavin Maguire (LM) pinned Joel Sampson (AH) 1:37. 138: Nick Hamilton (U) pinned Gabe Smith (R) 1:07. 145: Blake Thomsen (U) dec. Duke Kyle (MV) 9-3. 152: Connor Lange (MV) pinned Tanner Owens (U) 1:16. 160: Bryson Freeberg (TC) dec. Michael Baker (U) 3-2. 170: Nick Haynes (MV) pinned Drake Adair (U) 3:26. 182: Gabe Pauley (AH) pinned Brennon Mauer (T) 1:42. 195: Luke Mosinski (Aud) pinned Colby Tierney (MV) 1:26. 220: Dylan Obermeier (Aud) pinned Chris Gardner (U) 4:40. 285: Arron Olson (MV) dec. Brady Canada (AH) 4-2.

A.L.’s Price wins

gold at Auburn

AUBURN, Neb. – Abraham Lincoln finished sixth at the Auburn Invitational in prep wrestling Saturday.

Ben Price led the Lynx, winning the 220-pound title over Norris’ Dawson Dorn 3-2 on a tiebreaker.

Team scores: Norris 181; Thayer Central 142.5; Bellevue West 131; Conestoga 122.5; Auburn 122; Abraham Lincoln 115.5; Falls City 47.

Abraham Lincoln finishers: 1, Ben Price (220); 2, Josh Boots (120); Jude Ryan (126); Sean Lorenzen (138). 3, Isaiah Monarrez (106); Austin Eledge (170). 4, Gabriel Daniels (285).

Baker leads T.J.,

improves to 15-0

FORT MADISON – Thomas Jefferson finished ninth in the 17-team Fort Madison Invitational on Saturday. Cedar Rapids Kennedy won the title with 274.5 points. The Yellow Jackets scored 90.5.

T.J.’s Cameron Baker won the 220-pound title with a 7-2 decision over Cam Jones of Kennedy. Baker is 15-0 on the season.

Team scoring: Cedar Rapids Kennedy 274.5; Fort Madison 168.5; Muscatine 159.5; Burlington Notre Dame 146; Louisa-Muscatine 130; Liberty (Wentzville, Mo.) 119; Mediapolis 113.5; Burlington 98.5; Thomas Jefferson 90.5; Clear Creek-Amana 88.5; New London 68.5; Hallsville 60; Fort Madison JV 40; Van Buren 39.5; Keokuk 24; Ilini 14; Warsaw 6.

Thomas Jefferson finishers: 1, Cameron Baker (220); 2, Mason Allen (113); 4, Dalton Flibotte (138); 6, Aiden Keller (132); Seneca Calhoun (152); 10, Jason Salazar (170); Raymond Simmons (285); 11, Emilio Rubio (170); Cayden Rowell (182)

Titans’ Kingery

wins at 160

FORT DODGE - Lewis Central placed 10th at the Don Miller Invitational. The Titans’ Caleb Kingery won the 160-pound title with a 7-1 decision over Garrett Morris of Dallas Center-Grimes.

Team scores: Fort Dodge 214.5; Ankeny Centennial 183.5; Emmetsburg 159; Humboldt 152.5; Webster City 124; Woodbury Central 115; Sioux City East 109; Dallas Center Grimes 107; Storm Lake 101.5; Lewis Central 99; Spirit Lake Park 72; Algona 71.5; Unattached One 60; Unattached Two 43; Unattached Three 0.

Lewis Central finishers: 1st: Caleb Kingery (160); 3rd: Ryan Higgins (182); 4th: Taber Dominguez (126); Tanner Higgins (138) 5th: Tanner Wink (106); 7th: Jake Lear (152); 8th: Nick Wolf (145); Mike Gittins (170)

Titans’ Kingery

tops field at 160

FORT DODGE – Lewis Central placed 10th at the Don Miller Invitational, led by a first-place finish by 160-pounder Caleb Kingery.

The Titans scored 99 points; host Fort Dodge won the title with 214.5 points.

In the finals, Kingery decisioned Garrett Morris of Dallas Center-Grimes 7-1 to improve to 16-3 on the season.

Team scores: Fort Dodge 214.5; Ankeny Centennial 183.5; Emmetsburg 159; Humboldt 152.5; Webster City 124; Woodbury Central 115; Sioux City East 109; Dallas Center-Grimes 107; Storm Lake 101.5; Lewis Central 99; Spirit Lake Park 72; Algona 71.5; Unattached One 60; Unattached Two 43; Unattached Three 0.

Lewis Central finishers: 1, Caleb Kingery (160); 3, Ryan Higgins (182); 4, Taber Dominguez (126); Tanner Higgins (138); 5, Tanner Wink (106); 7, Jake Lear (152); 8, Nick Wolf (145); Mike Gittins (170)

Falcons’ McLaren

takes silver

SHENANDOAH – St. Albert finished fifth at the Mustang Tournament Saturday.

Cael McLaren at 182 took second place to lead the Falcons.

Team scores: Shenandoah 141; Maryville 118; East Mills 111; Savannah 111; St. Albert 45; Red Oak 44; Clarinda Academy 30.

St. Albert finishers: 2, Cael McLaren (182); 3, Ben O’Niell (195); 4, William Cehacek (113); 5, Cameron Mardeson (145); 6, Brett Klusman (132); Keaton Barnes (138)

Rams’ Mower takes

first at Southeast Polk

PLEASANT HILL – Glenwood finished eighth Saturday at the Red Owens Holiday Classic, hosted by Southeast Polk.

For the Rams, Brett Mower won the 182-pound title with a 6-4 decision over Iowa City West’s Will Hoeft. Mower is 22-1 on the season.

Team scores: Southeast Polk 367; Bettendorf 246; Iowa City West 178.5; Atlantic-CAM 159.5; Southeast Polk Black 153.5; Albia 136.5; PCM 127; Glenwood 106; Cedar Rapids Jefferson 84; OA-BCIG 35; Des Moines Roosevelt 21.

Girls Basketball

Sidney 61,

St. Albert 48

Sidney junior Maddy Duncan scored 27 points to spark the Cowgirls to the win.

“Sidney controlled the game from start to finish,” said St. Albert Coach Dick Wettengel. “Maddy Duncan was outstanding.”

He said the Saintes “are trying to find ourselves both offensively and defensively. We need to sort things out.”

Teagan Blackburn’s 13 points led St. Albert.

Sidney (7-1) 17 13 22 9–61

St. Albert (3-5) 10 6 19 13–48

S: Caitlyn Ward 10, Olivia Larsen 5, Danica Laumann 2, Presley Brumbaugh 4, Camryn McClintock 5, Maddy Duncan 27, Adi Williams 8.

SA: Allie Petry 10, Bailey White 4, Emily Recher 6, Teagan Blackburn 13, Izabella Shaw 4, Jordyn Blaha 5, Makenna Shepard 2, Veronica Svajgl 4.

Essex 41,

Heartland Christian 25

Essex got 10 points each from Jori Mosley and Jessie Jones in the win at Iowa School for the Deaf.

“I liked the way the girls hustled,” Heartland Christian coach John Stile said. “It hurt us when Kalainee (Teaney, a 5-foot-10 sophomore) had to leave the game early in the first quarter with a knee injury. She was an inside presence for us.”

Sarah Stile led Heartland with nine points and nine rebounds.

Essex (2-4) 12 13 10 6–41

Heartland Christian (1-6) 6 12 5 2–25

E: Camryn Chambers 2, Riley Jensen 2, Jori Mosley 10, Elise Dailey 10, Jessie Jones 7, Helen Nicholas 4, Sami York 6.

HC: Bella Dingus 7, Hallee May 3, Savannah Horan 2, Shelena Cochran 4, Sarah Stile 9 (9r).

Underwood 43,

Fremont-Mills 40, OT

TABOR – A rough week for Underwood had a happy ending Saturday.

The Eagles were coming off losses on Tuesday and Friday, but coach Jasmyn Flynn said her team did a good job of putting that behind them.

Ashley Vanfossan and Lauren Brown scored 10 points each for the Eagles. F-M’s Kaelynn Driskell had 13.

Underwood (3-5) 13 6 8 10 7–43

Fremont-Mills 2 12 9 13 4–40

U: Erin McMains 4, Ashley Vanfossan 10, Lauren Brown 10, Kendra Kuck 9, Macy Vanfossan 3, Erica Rowe 8.

F-M: Kaelynn Driskell 13, Kelly Kesterson 10, Damita Fischer 3, Courtney Goodman 4, Kaylee Wright 4, Lexie Howard 5

Boys Basketball

Abraham Lincoln 60,

Des Moines Hoover 56

TRENTON, Mo. – Abraham Lincoln won for the second straight night at North Central Missouri College’s Holiday Hoops tournament.

“The guys played great basketball,” A.L. coach Jason Isaacson said. “Josh Dix and Hunter Hendrix hit some big shots late. We got up by 10 or 12 in the fourth quarter and held them off as they made a couple of late 3-point baskets.”

Hendrix finished with 23 points and Dix had 12 for A.L.

Abraham Lincoln (4-2) 16 6 16 22–60

Des Moines Hoover (5-2) 10 14 10 22–56

AL: Jadin Johnson 11, Tyler Reiss 3. Josh Dix 12, Matt Evans 2, Kaden Baxter 3, Hunter Hendrix 23, Andrew Christensen 4, Noah Sandbothe 2.

H: Kenny Quinn 5, Adam Jackson 24, Jonathan Beverly 3, Manny Austin 20, Jacob Cone 4.

Heartland Christian 47,

Essex 45

Brenden Dingus’ traditional three-point play with 4.3 seconds to play lifted Heartland Christian to the home win.

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Dingus, a 6-foot-2 senior, finished with 25 points and 11 rebounds.

Essex (0-7) 6 15 10 14–45

Heartland Christian (3-4) 6 14 14 13–47

E: Cooper Stanley 6, Trent Radley 7, Daniel Ohnmacht 8, Colton Thornburg 18, Wesley Johnson 2, Tristan Frank 2, Quentin Thornburg 2.

HC: Cal Wise 7, Brenden Dingus 25 (11r), Tanner Allen 1, Sean Atchley 6. Kyleb Hall 2, Landen Gray 6 (12r).

Underwood 49,

Fremont-Mills 32

TABOR – Underwood’s Jalen Humphrey had 18 points, 11 rebounds and six assists as the Eagles snapped a four-game skid.

Underwood (4-4) 18 7 16 8–49

Fremont-Mills (2-4) 9 4 11 8–32

U: Jalen Humphrey 18 (11r, 6a), Blake Hall 14 (8r), Landon Nelson 10 (8r), Connor Ryan 4 (5r), Nick Ravlin 2, Ryan Caughey 1.

F-M: Mason Vanatta 8, Eli Owen 9, Cooper Langfelt 15.

Swimming

Parks takes 200

to lead Titans

OMAHA – Lewis Central finished fifth at the 14-team Elkhorn Invitational, scoring 215 points.

Host Elkhorn won the title with 447 points. Council Bluffs finished with 19.

Mason Parks led Lewis Central, winning the 200-yard freestyle in 1:47.87.

“We did all right,” Lewis Central Coach Bruce Schomburg said. “Some of our younger kids did well but just did not score. However, we are improving.”

Lewis Central and Council Bluffs results:

200-yard medley relay: 7. Lewis Central (Dallas Davis, Carter Stangeland, Mason Parks, Kamron Alexander), 1:49.82. 14. Council Bluffs (Tayden Blair, Will Jones, Hunter Gerriets, Jake Braddy), 2:02.96.

200 freestyle: 1. Parks, LC, 1:47.87; 7. Hunter Evans, LC, 1:56.09.

200 individual medley: 7. Stangeland, LC, 2:15.90; 14. David Gann, LC, 2:24.12.

50 free: 9. Alexander, LC, 23.98; 14. Blair, CB, 24.83.

100 butterfly: 12. Davis, LC, 59.69.

100 free: 3. Parks, LC, 48.92; 10. Evans, LC, 53.11; 13. Blair, CB, 53.60.

500 free: 4. Stangeland, LC, 5:14.20; 6. Davis, LC, 5:16.60; 7. Gann, LC, 5:33.46; 8. Gabe Patton, LC, 5:34.69.

200 free relay: 11. Lewis Central (Evans, Patton, Gann, Alexander), 1:41.93. 14. Council Bluffs (Blair, Will Jones, Gerriets, Braddy), 1:43.02.

400 free relay: 2. Lewis Central (Davis, Stangeland, Parks, Evans), 3:27.30.

Iowa Western

IWCC men 71,

Kansas City (Kan.) 59

KANSAS CITY, Kan. – Iowa Western pulled away late to close out the first half of its men’s basketball schedule with a win.

Coach Michael Johnette said his team did a good job under tough circumstances.

“I thought it was a real contested basketball game at the end of a finals week where the home team was playing well. A lesser team may have just kind of let that game go, and we didn’t. Our guys kind of refused to end the semester on a bad note.”

The Reivers did not take the lead for good until Caleb Huffman’s layup with 7:33 left made it 50-49. A free throw by Amadou Sylla with 1:51 remaining gave Iowa Western its first double-digit edge at 66-56.

Iowa Western did enjoy a 43-27 edge in rebounding but made four more turnovers than the Blue Devils. Christian Bentley led the Reivers with 28 points.

Iowa Western (13-2) 29 42–71

Kansas City Kansas (4-10) 29 30–59

IW: Parker Hazen 3 (13r), Christian Bentley 28, Marques Watson 0 (4a), Travon Broadway 16 (5r), Emmanuel 3 (8r), Willard Anderson 2, Caleb Huffman 15 (4a), Amadou Sylla 2 (6r), Esahia Nyiwe 2.

KCK: Kelyn Bolton 4, DuVonte Beard 7, Malcolm Tate 8, Arother Ratliff 11, Jalen Davis 13 (6r), Daiyon Taylor 6, Jonathan Richmond 10.

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