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Area Scoreboard from Monday (2/22)

High School Basketball



4A Substate

  • Senior 69, Davenport West 58

(Senior at Hempstead on Friday night in the semi-final)

3A Substate

  • Waverly Shellrock 61, Wahlert 56
  • Western Dubuque 80, Benton Community 48

(Western Dubuque hosts Waverly-Shellrock Thursday in the semi-finals)

  • Maquoketa 47, West Delaware 46

(Maquoketa at Solon Thursday)


  • East Dubuque 60, Warran 37
  • Galena 59, Milledgeville 58


  • Tonight the Wahlert Golden Eagles play for a trip to the state tournament. Wahlert(12-9) is at #5 Waverly-Shellrock (21-2).


  • East Dubuque 57, Warren 34

College Basketball


  • Coe 85, Loras 81
  • Mount Mercy 89, Clarke 71


  • Coe 86, Loras 68

College Baseball

  • At US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis: Clarke dropped a doubleheader to Northwestern (IA) 2-1, 10-9 (10)

Regional College Basketball News:

  • IOWA CITY, Iowa —For the third time this season, Iowa All-American Luka Garza has been received a Big 10 Player of the Week award.  Garza and Ohio State’s Duane Washington Jr. share the honor this week Garza, also was tabbed the Naismith Trophy Player of the Week, helped lead the Hawkeyes to a pair of victories last week over No. 21 Wisconsin (77-62) and Penn State (74-68). The All-American averaged 26.5 points, 9.5 rebounds in the two contests.
  • Illinois guard Ayo Dosunmu has made the cut as a top 5 finalist for the Bob Cousy point guard of the year honor. Former Illini All-American Dee Brown won the Cousy Award as a senior in 2006.


Women’s Basketball

  • Iowa freshman Caitlin Clark has been named the Big 10 Freshman of the Week for a conference record 11th time this season. Clark recorded her fourth consecutive and eighth total 30-point game of the season in Iowa’s win over Penn State.
  • Iowa State freshman Lexi Donarski was named the Big 12 Freshman of the Week for the 4th time this season after a Donarski she averaged 16.0 points, 4.5 assists and 3.0 rebounds per game in games against Kansas and Oklahoma State.

A Jazz set record…Longest MLB deal…Steelers’ Tomlin ill

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Donovan Mitchell had 23 points and eight assists as the Utah Jazz enjoyed a record-breaking performance from long range in a 132-110 victory over the Charlotte Hornets. Utah set a franchise mark for 3-pointers with 28, including 19 off the bench — the most by any team’s backups in NBA history, according to STATS. Joe Ingles and Georges Niang led the way, making a career-high seven 3s apiece. Charlotte gave up 54 total 3-pointers in two games against Utah this season. Gordon Hayward and LaMelo Ball scored 21 points apiece to lead the Hornets.

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Fernando Tatis Jr.’s $340 million, 14-year contract has been finalized by the San Diego Padres, the longest deal in baseball history. Tatis had been eligible for salary arbitration after this season and for free agency after the 2024 season. The length of his contract exceeds the $325 million, 13-year agreement between Miami and Giancarlo Stanton and the $330 million, 13-year contract between Bruce Harper and Philadelphia. He is the son for former infielder Fernando Tatis.

SEATTLE (AP) — Seattle Mariners CEO Kevin Mather has resigned after video surfaced of him expressing his views about some players and club operations. Mariners Chairman John Stanton says Mather’s comments were inappropriate and do not represent the views of the franchise. Mather’s resignation is effective immediately. Stanton will take on the roles of CEO and team president on an interim basis. Mather issued an apology for his comments, which were made Feb. 5 to the Bellevue, Washington, Breakfast Rotary Club and were posted online over the weekend.

CLEVELAND (AP) — The Cleveland Indians could have as many as 10,000 fans at home games this season. Gov. Mike DeWine says it’s likely professional sports teams could accommodate up to 30% capacity at their venues this spring. The Cincinnati Reds and Columbus Crew would also be affected. The Indians were not allowed to have fans last season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the loss of revenue for ticket sales, parking and concessions dealt the club an economic blow. The Indians have been working with Major League Baseball and the Cleveland Clinic to develop a safety plan to welcome fans back.

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin is dealing with COVID-19. Tomlin said Monday that he’s experienced “minimal symptoms” and remains in “good health.” The 48-year-old Tomlin did not disclose when he tested positive for the novel coronavirus. The team sent employees and staff home last Wednesday as a precaution after someone in the facility tested positive. Tomlin said he expects to be back in the office “soon” and will continue to work virtually.

National Scoreboard from Monday (2/22)

San Antonio at Indiana 7 p.m. (Postponed)
Final Chicago 120 Houston 100
Final Dallas 102 Memphis 92
Final Phoenix 132 Portland 100
Final Miami 108 Oklahoma City 94
Final Utah 132 Charlotte 110
Final OT Washington 127 L.A. Lakers 124
Final N-Y Islanders 3 Buffalo 2
Final Calgary 3 Toronto 0
Final Florida 3 Dallas 1
Final Tampa Bay 4 Carolina 2
Final Los Angeles 3 St. Louis 0
Final Vegas 3 Colorado 0
Final Arizona 4 Anaheim 3
Final Minnesota 6 San Jose 2
(10)West Virginia at TCU 7 p.m. (Postponed)
Final Oklahoma St. 74 (18)Texas Tech 69
Final (19)Southern Cal 72 Oregon 58

Regional College Hoops: Garza New Hawkeye Record Holder in Iowa Win……Badgers Clobber Northwestern

Garza breaks Iowa scoring mark, No. 11 Hawkeyes beat Penn St

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Luka Garza scored 23 points to become Iowa’s all-time leading scorer, and the 11th-ranked Hawkeyes beat Penn State 74-68. Garza has 2,126 points for Iowa, breaking the record of 2,116 points set by Roy Marble from 1985-89. Garza also had 11 rebounds for his 10th double-double of the season. It was the fourth consecutive win for Iowa. Izaiah Brockington and Myreon Jones each had 11 points to lead Penn State. CJ Fredrick added 18 points for the Hawkeyes, who took control with a 13-2 second-half run.

Next Up: Iowa play at #3 Michigan on Thursday.


Potter helps No. 21 Wisconsin knock off Northwestern 68-51

EVANSTON, Ill. (AP) — Micah Potter scored 19 points, D’Mitrik Trice had 13 and No. 21 Wisconsin shut down lowly Northwestern for a 68-51 victory. Jonathan Davis and Brad Davison added 12 points apiece, helping Wisconsin bounce back from consecutive losses to No. 3 Michigan and No. 11 Iowa. The balanced Badgers improved to 10-1 when they have at least four players score in double figures. Northwestern lost its 13th straight game. Boo Buie scored 19 points, but he was the only player in double figures for the Wildcats.

Next up: Wisconsin will be at #5 Illinois on Saturday.

Homa wins at Riviera…Woods iffy about Masters

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Max Homa captured the PGA’s Genesis Invitational in a one-hole playoff against Tony Finau (FEE’-now). The win was secured just minutes after Homa missed a 3-foot birdie putt on 18 to extend the tournament. Homa closed with a 5-under 66 and played the final 26 holes without a bogey for a minus-12 total.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Tiger Woods says he isn’t sure if he’ll be able to compete in the Masters this spring. Woods said during the CBS broadcast of the Genesis Invitational that he doesn’t know when he will return from a fifth back surgery. The former No. 1 player had a microdiscectomy Dec. 23 and says he’s a little stiff.

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Christopher Bell chased down Joey Logano on the winding Daytona road course for his first career Cup victory and a coveted spot in NASCAR’s playoffs. Bell was competing in his second race driving for JGR, which loaned him out to Leavine Family Racing last year for his rookie season. Logano had to settle for second after building a decent lead late in the race.

UNDATED (AP) — Colorado Rockies outfielder Ian Desmond has decided to opt out for a second straight season. The Gold Glove center fielder announced on his Instagram account that his “desire to be with my family is greater than my desire to go back and play baseball under these circumstances.” No amount of lobbying by Rockies manager Bud Black could persuade the 35-year-old Desmond, who was scheduled to make $8 million this season.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Former Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Stan Williams has died at 84 after being in hospice care due to the effects of cardio-pulmonary illness. The two-time All-Star helped the Dodgers win the 1959 World Series and was part of a powerhouse Los Angeles rotation that included Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale and Johnny Podres from 1960-62. Known as the “Big Hurt” because of his penchant for pitching inside, Williams had a record of 109-94 and a 3.48 ERA during his 14-year career in the majors.

National Scoreboard from Sunday (2/21)

Final OT New Orleans 120 Boston 115
Final Oklahoma City 117 Cleveland 101
Final Orlando 105 Detroit 96
Final New York 103 Minnesota 99
Final Toronto 110 Philadelphia 103
Final Atlanta 123 Denver 115
Final Brooklyn 112 L.A. Clippers 108
Final Milwaukee 128 Sacramento 115

Final Washington 4 New Jersey 3
Final OT Ottawa 3 Montreal 2
Final Boston 7 Philadelphia 3
Final OT Winnipeg 4 Vancouver 3

Final (3)Michigan 92 (4)Ohio St. 87
Final (6)Houston 90 Cincinnati 52
Final (11)Iowa 74 Penn St. 68
Final (21)Wisconsin 68 Northwestern 51