The Score Sheet: Cougars top Comets, other area scores

Sumner-Fredricksburg 58, Charles City 40

The Sumner-Fredricksburg Cougars and the Charles City Comets clashed on the hardwood last night and the Cougras flexed their muscles winning 58-40. Freshmen Ashlyn Hoeft bottled up 12 and Lydia Staudt added 11.  Ivy Hirsch and Cassidy Pagel combined for 33 points.  The Cougars are 15-4, the Comets drop to 0-17.

Crestwood 45, New Hampton 31

The New Hampton Chickasaws couldn’t muster enough offense to keep pace with the Crestwood Cadets.  New Hampton fell 45-31.  Six Chickasaws found the bucket and Lauren Frerichs led with 8.  New Hampton is 10-8.

Other girl’s scores

Turkey Valley’s eight game win streak is over after a 65-26 blowout loss to MFL-Mar-Mac.

South Winneshiek picked up a 50 point win over Postville, 66-16.  The Warriors are 8-10.

North Fayette Valley has strung together three straight wins.  The Tiger-Hawks dropped West Central 44-16.  North Fayette is 10-9.

In boys:

Sumner-Fredricksburg is 10-8 after picking up a 56-35 win over Gladbrook=Reinbeck.

Turkey Valley dropped MFL-Mar-Mac 64-59.  The Trojans are 15-4.

North Fayette Valley is 13-5 after a 71-35 blowout of West Central.  Kole Johnson and Brennan Imoehl each paced the Tiger Hawks with 16.

#17 Iowa State 75, Oklahoma 74

Iowa State held off Oklahoma to win on the road.


John Walters and Eric Heft with the call on the Cyclone Network. Marial Shayok’s three pointer with a minute-16 remaining gave ISU the lead for good in a 75-74 win. Lindell Wigginton led the Cyclones with 17 points as they erased a 10 point first half deficit.


Wigginton says they knew a struggling Oklahoma team would play hard.


Iowa State is the first Big-12 team to seven wins. They improve to 7-3 in the conference. Coach Steve Prohm.



Chris Berg

Chris was born in Webster City and raised in Charles City. As a young kid, he would always be caught singing along to songs on the radio. He says he's good at karaoke but we think otherwise. ;) In his free time, he enjoys beginning new projects at home and hardly ever finishing them. Chris lives in Charles City with his wife Vicki, daughter Brynlee and son Jaxon.
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