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SPORTS IN BRIEF: AP basketball polls, Fairfield basketball, FMS wrestling, prep scores

Jan 27, 2014

JV boys lose to Washington

The Fairfield JV boys’ basketball team lost to Washington 40-31 Friday.

Alex Simpson scored 12 points to lead the Trojans. Zach Martin scored six points and got three steals. Nick Higgins scored seven points.

Fairfield is now 4-10 on the season.

 

Freshmen girls defeat Demons

The Fairfield freshmen girls’ basketball team beat the Washington Demons 36-32 Thursday.

Kenady Waugh led Fairfield with 10 points. Kaylee Watson scored eight and Sarah Swanson put in seven points. Brooke McLain chipped in five points. Brynna Bowman put in four points and Natalie Angstead scored two.

The Trojans are now 7-3 and play Saturday at Cedar Rapids Kennedy.

 

FMS wrestlers go 14-12 in Keokuk

The Fairfield Middle School wrestling team competed Friday in Keokuk.

Quincy, Mt. Pleasant and Burlington made the trip as well. The Trojans went 14-12 on the night in matches.

Jason Johannes, Zach Barnes, Derrick Beasley and Brendon Lunsford each won twice on the night.

Mason Allen, Tugg Hill, Noah Stone, Carter Spalla, Stetson Spees and Tristan Waugh each won one match.

The Trojans will wrestle again tonight in Ottumwa.

 

Friday scores

Boys: Pekin 53, L-M 25, Girls: Pekin 70, L-M 35

Boys: Cardinal 73, New London 49, Girls: New London 68, Cardinal 60

Boys: Van Buren 63, West Burlington 60

 

Saturday Iowa prep basketball scores

BOYS BASKETBALL

Ar-We-Va, Westside 58, Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 36

Beckman Catholic, Dyersville 54, Cascade,Western Dubuque 44

Belmond-Klemme 81, Clarion-Goldfield 56

Bettendorf 59, East Moline United, Ill. 39

Caledonia, Minn. 88, Waukon 56

Cedar Rapids, Kennedy 61, Ames 57

Centerville 54, Kirksville, Mo. 53

Central Elkader 49, Starmont 37

Chariton 73, Knoxville 65

Charter Oak-Ute 62, CAM, Anita 58

Clayton Ridge, Guttenberg 50, North Linn, Troy Mills 38

Coon Rapids-Bayard 55, Paton-Churdan 45

Creston 72, Winterset 40

Dakota Valley, S.D. 57, Lawton-Bronson 49

Des Moines, North 79, Carlisle 48

Epworth, Western Dubuque 62, Dubuque, Hempstead 48

Forest City 80, Algona 70

Fort Madison 93, Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont 44

Glidden-Ralston 52, Boyer Valley, Dunlap 49

Grinnell 73, Albia 59

Hinton 59, Trinity Christian High School 49

Iowa City, City High 53, Burlington 39

Jesup 54, Union Community, LaPorte City 51

Johnston 66, Des Moines, Hoover 62, 2OT

Meskwaki Settlement School 78, Valley Lutheran, Cedar Falls 56

Mount Pleasant 67, Oskaloosa 53

Nashua-Plainfield 63, Hudson 59

New Hampton 86, MFL-Mar-Mac 70

North Cedar, Stanwood 57, Midland, Wyoming 37

Northwood-Kensett 52, CWL, Corwith 32

Osage 72, Charles City 63

Regina, Iowa City 58, Solon 53

Rivermont 35, Scattergood Friends 33

Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids 60, Clay Central-Everly 20

Sioux City, East 56, Sioux Falls Lincoln, S.D. 55

Sioux City, North 57, Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 55

South Winneshiek, Calmar 53, North Fayette Valley 45

Southeast Polk 78, Prairie, Cedar Rapids 58

Waterloo, West 55, Decorah 52

Waukee 58, Cedar Rapids, Washington 34

West Fork, Sheffield 62, Hampton-Dumont 39

West Harrison, Mondamin 78, Woodbine 48

West Monona, Onawa 70, Siouxland Community Christian 60

Wilton 63, Bellevue 59

Ankeny Christian Academy 70, Moravia 23

Grandview Park Baptist, Des Moines 75, Seymour 18

Mormon Trail, Garden Grove 79, Melcher-Dallas 42

Fremont Mills, Tabor 42, Heartland Christian 39

East Mills 35, Sidney 27

GIRLS BASKETBALL

ADM, Adel 88, West Central Valley, Stuart 49

Ames 60, Cedar Rapids, Kennedy 56

Bellevue 45, Wilton 36

Bettendorf 54, Prairie, Cedar Rapids 48

CAM, Anita 38, Charter Oak-Ute 37

Carlisle 63, Des Moines, North 17

Cascade,Western Dubuque 45, Beckman Catholic, Dyersville 33

Cedar Falls 54, New Hampton 35

Cedar Rapids, Washington 67, Marshalltown 44

Charles City 38, Osage 27

Clarion-Goldfield 54, Belmond-Klemme 39

Coon Rapids-Bayard 43, Paton-Churdan 35

Crestwood, Cresco 67, Waukon 37

Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 52, Ar-We-Va, Westside 48

Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 53, Rockford 35

Gilbert 58, Webster City 37

Grinnell 56, Albia 52

Hampton-Dumont 62, West Fork, Sheffield 47

Hinton 73, Trinity Christian High School 30

Iowa Mennonite, Kalona 48, English Valleys, North English 36

Johnston 58, Des Moines, Hoover 44

Knoxville 48, Chariton 41

Lawton-Bronson 73, Dakota Valley, S.D. 71

Manson Northwest Webster 48, Spencer 35

Meskwaki Settlement School 70, Valley Lutheran, Cedar Falls 13

Mount Pleasant 48, Oskaloosa 14

New London 60, Van Buren, Keosauqua 54

North Linn, Troy Mills 47, Clayton Ridge, Guttenberg 37

Regina, Iowa City 44, Solon 28

Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids 52, Clay Central-Everly 43

Sioux City, North 60, Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 32

Sioux Falls Lincoln, S.D. 55, Sioux City, East 38

South Winneshiek, Calmar 56, North Fayette Valley 45

Southeast Polk 60, Assumption, Davenport 47

Union Community, LaPorte City 46, Jesup 44

Valley, West Des Moines 60, Iowa City, West 51

Wahlert, Dubuque 45, Maquoketa 30

Waterloo, West 46, Cedar Rapids Xavier 28

Waukee 58, Linn-Mar, Marion 52

West Monona, Onawa 55, Siouxland Community Christian 37

Woodbine 64, West Harrison, Mondamin 33

Iowa Christian Academy 56, Mormon Trail, Garden Grove 36

Lamoni 49, Diagonal 26

Melcher-Dallas 51, Moulton-Udell 24

 

AP men's college basketball poll information

Arizona and Syracuse are 1-2 in The Associated Press college basketball poll for the eighth consecutive week.

The Wildcats (20-0) are again a runaway No. 1, receiving 63 first-place votes Monday from the 65-member national media panel. The Orange (19-0) got the other No. 1 votes.

Florida jumped from sixth to third while Wichita State (21-0), the other undefeated Division I team, moved up one spot to fourth.

San Diego State and Kansas both moved up two places to fifth and sixth. They were followed by Michigan State, which dropped from third, Oklahoma State, Villanova and Michigan. The Wolverines jumped from 21st to 10th after beating Michigan State.

No. 20 Creighton moved back into the rankings after being out for one week. No. 25 Texas moves into the poll for the first time since 2010-11. The Longhorns have beaten three straight ranked opponents for the first time in school history.

 

AP women's college basketball poll information

Connecticut remains No. 1 in The Associated Press poll after two easy victories while Middle Tennessee makes it first appearance in the poll since 2009.

The Huskies routed both Memphis and South Florida to improve to 21-0 this season. UConn visits Temple and Cincinnati this week where Geno Auriemma will coach against two of his former assistants.

Notre Dame, Duke, Stanford and Louisville followed the Huskies, with the first five teams unchanged in Monday's vote. The second-ranked Irish are also unbeaten and visit No. 8 Maryland on Monday night.

North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland, Baylor and Tennessee round out the first 10.

Middle Tennessee entered at No. 25, the Blue Raiders' first ranking since Nov. 16, 2009. Nebraska fell out.

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