951 The Bull Sports Report (1/10)

In a couple of matches heard right here on 951 The Bull last night, the New Hampton Chickasaw wrestling team welcomed in a pair of non-conference opponents as they hosted Center Point-Urbana and Union-LaPorte City.  The Chickasaw grapplers were able to pick up a win against both teams as they defeated CPU 63-15 and then went on to beat Union 57-19.  New Hampton’s wrestlers are now 22-2 in dual meets this season and they will tomorrow night for a couple of duals at Denver.

The New Hampton Chickasaw girls and boys basketball teams were in Charles City last night for a Northeast Iowa Conference double-header.  In the girls game, the Chickasaws were able to pick up a 53-35 win over the Comets to improve to 9-5 overall and 4-3 in the NEIC.  In the boys game, Keegan John scored 27 points, but it wasn’t enough as the Chickasaws were beaten by the Comets 70-48.  New Hampton’s boys drop to 6-7 overall on the season and they now have an NEIC record of 1-5.  The Chickasaw girls and boys will play again on Friday when the girls host Waukon and the boys will head to Waukon to take on the Indians.

The Nashua-Plainfield Husky girls and boys basketball teams played host to Rockford last night in a Top of Iowa Conference double-header.  The Warrior girls took control of the game early and were able to coast to a 62-30 win.  Amber Reams led Rockford with 15 points, Sierra Kuhlers had 12 points and Jamie Schuester had 10.  Nashua’s girls are now 1-12 overall this season and they drop to 0-9 in conference games while the Warrior girls improve to 3-10 and 3-7.  In the boys game, Rockford’s offense was too much for the Huskies in a game that saw the Warriors win 70-43.  Kaden Lyman led three Warriors in double figures with 18 points, Matt Schubert had 17 and Zach Bushbaum added 15.  The Nashua-Plainfield boys fall to 6-6 overall this season and they now have a conference record of 4-5 while the Rockford boys improve to 10-3 and 7-2.  Up next for Nashua’s boys and girls will be a double-header at Northwood-Kensett on Friday night.  The Warrior boys and girls will play on Friday night as well when they welcome in West Fork.

The Turkey Valley Trojan girls and boys basketball teams were at home for their Upper Iowa Conference double-header last night against South Winneshiek.  In the girls game, the Trojans were able to win their game by a final score of 42-35.  The Turkey Valley girls improve to8-6 overall this season and they are now 7-3 in the UIC while the Warrior girls drop to 4-6 and 3-4.  In the boys game, South Winn took an early 13-9 lead after the first quarter, but it was all Trojans after that as they walked away with a 60-49 win.  Ethan Leibold had 25 points for Turkey Valley and Levi Izer had 14 as the Trojan boys improve to 10-2 overall and 10-0 in conference play.  The Warrior boys fall to 7-4 and 6-3.  The Turkey Valley boys and girls will play again tomorrow night at Tripoli and the South Winn boys and girls will have their next game tomorrow night at home against Sumner-Fredericksburg.

The Sumner-Fredericksburg Cougar girls and boys basketball teams hosted Dike-New Hartford last night in North Iowa Cedar League play.  In the girls game, the Cougars were up by three at halftime, but their offense stalled and fell behind after the third quarter and wound up losing the game 56-47.  Cassidy Pagel led Sumner-Fred’s offense with 15 points as they fall to 9-2 overall and 8-2 in the conference.  In the boys game, the Cougars fell short in their attempt to pick up their first win as they were beaten by the Wolverines 73-57.  Sumner’s boys fall to 0-10 overall and 0-9 in the NICL.  Both the Cougar boys and girls will be in non-conference action tomorrow night at South Winneshiek.

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