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Area Scoreboard from Tuesday (4/13)

HIGH SCHOOL

Soccer

  • (boys) Wahlert 2, Hempstead 1
  • (boys) Senior 10, Western Dubuque 0
  • (boys) Dyersville Beckman 2, South Tama 1
  • (boys) Vinton-Shellsburg 10, Maquoketa 0
  • (boys)Bellevue Marquette Catholic 6, Cedar Valley Christian 0
  • (girls) Wahlert 4, Hempstead 1
  • (girls) Bellevue Marquette Catholic 2, Cedar Valley Christian 0
  • (girls) Vinton Shellsburg 10, Maquoketa 0

Track and Field

  • (boys) Wahlert finished 3rd with 65, Cascade 4th with 58 of the 8 teams in the Class A portion of the Central Dewitt Relays last night. Anamosa with 151 took first. In Class B: Bellevue easily won the team title out of seven teams scoring 184.
  • (girls) At the Hempstead Invitational at Dalzell Field: Hempstead finished third with 106, just ahead of Wahlert’s 105. Western Dubuque was fifth with 90 points and Senior (83) was sixth. Linn-Mar won the title.
  • (girls) At the Clinton Relays: Senior finished 9th of the 9 teams in Class A. Bellevue tied with Maquoketa with 118 for 2nd among the 8 teams in Class B. Bellevue Marquette Catholic was 7th with 28

Golf

  • (girls) Hempstead 2nd at the MVC quad at Twin Pines in Cedar Rapids shooting 199, 8 strokes behind Cedar Falls.
  • (girls) Senior finished 3rd at the MVC quad at Gates Park in Waterloo with 210

Tennis

  • (boys) Cedar Falls 9, Senior 0
  • (girls) Cedar Falls 9, Senior 0
  • (girls) Hempstead 5, CR Prairie 4

COLLEGE

Softball

  • Dubuque swept Iowa Wesleyan 3-2 and 9-0

Soccer

  • (men) Loras 3, Wartburg 1
  • (women) Wartburg 2, Loras 1

Lacrosse

  • (women) St. Ambrose 21, Clarke 3

More Accolades for Aliyah Carter

Kansas State outside hitter and former Wahlert prep Aliyah Carter added to her freshman accolades, as she was named the Midwest Region Freshman of the Year by the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) today.

Last week, Carter was named Big 12 Freshman of the Year in addition to being a unanimous selection to the All-Big 12 First Team and All-Big 12 Rookie Team.

Regional MLB Recaps (4/13)

Cubs-Brewers

— Willson Contreras struck back after getting plunked again by the Brewers, hitting a two-run homer in the eighth inning as the Chicago Cubs rallied past Milwaukee 3-2 on Tuesday night. Contreras has already been hit by a pitch from the Brewers three times this season. He got his revenge when he hit a towering drive off Brent Suter.

White Sox-Indians

— AL Cy Young Award winner Shane Bieber pitched three-hit ball over nine innings for Cleveland while Lucas Giolito nearly matched him before the Indians broke through in the 10th to beat the Chicago White Sox 2-0. The matchup between All-Star aces sure lived up to its billing. Bieber struck out 11 and has fanned 35 in his first three starts of the season for the second straight year. Giolito also allowed only three hits and fanned eight. He was pulled after issuing his second walk to begin the eighth inning.

Cardinals-Nationals

— Nolan Arenado, Paul Goldschmidt and Matt Carpenter all homered off Stephen Strasburg and the St. Louis Cardinals routed the Washington Nationals 14-3. Jack Flaherty allowed one run on three hits in five innings as St. Louis snapped a three-game losing streak. Strasburg was hammered for eight runs on eight hits and five walks, two of them intentional.

Twins-Red Sox

— Rafael Devers homered for the fourth straight game and the streaking Boston Red Sox beat the Minnesota Twins 4-2 on a snowy afternoon in a series opener. Hunter Renfroe hit a solo homer and Bobby Dalbec added a pair of RBI doubles as Boston won its seventh in a row. Snow flurries fell for most of the day.

National Scoreboard from Tuesday (4/13)

INTERLEAGUE
Final Oakland 7 Arizona 5
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Final Boston 4 Minnesota 2
Final Seattle 4 Baltimore 3
Final Baltimore 7 Seattle 6
Final Texas 8 Tampa Bay 3
Final Toronto 7 N.Y. Yankees 3
Final Kansas City 3 L.A. Angels 2
Final Cleveland 2 Chicago White Sox 0
Final Detroit 8 Houston 2
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Final N.Y. Mets 4 Philadelphia 3
Final N.Y. Mets 4 Philadelphia 0
Final Pittsburgh 8 San Diego 4
Final Chicago Cubs 3 Milwaukee 2
Final St. Louis 14 Washington 3
Final Miami 14 Atlanta 8
Final San Francisco 7 Cincinnati 6
Final L.A. Dodgers 7 Colorado 0
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NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Final Brooklyn 127 Minnesota 97
Final Atlanta 108 Toronto 103
Final L.A. Clippers 126 Indiana 115
Final L.A. Lakers 101 Charlotte 93
Final Utah 106 Oklahoma City 96
Final Phoenix 106 Miami 86
Final Boston 116 Portland 115
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NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (Postponed)
Final N-Y Rangers 3 New Jersey 0
Final Washington 6 Philadelphia 1
Final SO Boston 3 Buffalo 2
Final OT Calgary 3 Toronto 2
Final Nashville 7 Tampa Bay 2
Final OT Florida 3 Dallas 2

Area Scoreboard from Monday (4/12)

High School

Track and Field

  • (boys) Western Dubuque placed 3rd and Senior tied for 4th at the eight team Gordy Yuska Wahawk Relays in Waterloo. The Bobcats totaled 95, the Rams scored 88 tying with Waterloo West. Cedar Falls coasted to the title with 203.

Soccer

  • (girls) Western Dubuque 2, Senior 1

College

Baseball

  • Clarke lost twice at Peru State 10-7 and 5-2.

Softball

  • Nebraska Wesleyan 5, Dubuque 3

Schemmel of East Dubuque, Noble of Galena Receive IL All State Honors

East Dubuque high school senior Declan Schemmel has been named to the Illinois Class 1-A All State boys basketball team by the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association.  Schemmel led the 17-and-1 Warriors this season averaging 17 points, 7 rebounds, 4.2 steals and 3 assists per game.

Galena High senior Corrina Noble received Special Mention all-state girls basketball recognition in Class 1-A.

ARC Athletes of the Week

University of Dubuque first baseman Kellen Mitchell has been named the American Rivers Conference Male Athlete of the Week. Mitchell collected six hits, eight RBIs, including two home runs and two doubles. He scored five runs was hit by pitches three times, had three walks and scored five runs helping the Spartans win 3 of 4 at Nebraska Wesleyan.

Four Loras College athletes also received honors from the ARC in their respective sport. Josh Smith and Ryan Rogers swept the men’s track and field awards while Kassie Rosenbum was named the Female Track Performer of the Week and men’s soccer’s Reed Miklavcic was honored as the Offensive Player of the Week.

Clarke’s McFarland Honored by Heart

Clarke University first baseman Travis McFarland has been named the Heart of America Athletic Conference Baseball Player of the Week for the period ending April 11.

McFarland went 4-for-4 in Clarke’s 10-8 Game 1 win at Peru State College on Saturday with a grand slam, a three-run home run and 10 RBIs.  He also had a home run in the Pride’s 3-2 loss to the Bobcats in the nightcap.

For the week, McFarland hit .714 with three home runs and 10 RBIs

Regional MLB Recaps from Monday(4/12)

Brewers-Cubs

— Pinch-hitter Luis Urías  drove in three runs with a go-ahead double while the Brewers scored six times in the sixth inning to beat the Cubs, 6-3. Freddy Peralta struck out 10 over six innings of two-hit ball for the victory. Milwaukee has won five of six, while the Cubs lost for the fifth time in six games.

Cardinals-Nationals

— Kyle Schwarber doubled home a run in his delayed Nationals debut and Andrew Stevenson had a pinch-hit homer in a 5-2 victory at St. Louis. Schwarber, Josh Bell and Josh Harrison were in the starting lineup after being sidelined for Washington’s first six games by a coronavirus outbreak that forced the postponement of the team’s first four contests. Stevenson’s solo shot was just his fourth homer in 221 career at-bats.

White Sox-Indians

— The White Sox scored on a wild play in the ninth inning to beat the Indians, 4-3. First baseman Yu Chang hit Yasmani Grandal  with a throw trying to force him at second base as Nick Madrigal raced home with the winning run. Adam Eaton homered in his second straight game and rookie Yermín  Mercedes got the winning rally started with a one-out single.

Minn. games postponed…Cubs’ COVID concerns

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota’s Twins, Wild and Timberwolves postponed their games scheduled for yesterday because of safety concerns following the unrest in the Minneapolis area connected to the fatal shooting of a  black man by police on Sunday. The Red Sox and Twins were scheduled to open a four-game set yesterday afternoon, and there’s no word when the series will begin. Also postponed were the Wild’s game against St. Louis and the Timberwolves’ matchup with Brooklyn.

UNDATED — The Chicago Cubs are concerned about a possible COVID-19 outbreak after two coaches tested positive for the virus and three relievers were placed on the COVID-19-related injured list. The team announced the positive test for bullpen coach Chris Young yesterday with first base coach Craig Driver already away from the team following his positive test. Relievers Brandon Workman, Jason Adam and Dan Winkler were placed on the COVID-19-related injured list, though there was no word on whether their designation was the result of a positive test or contact tracing.

BOSTON (AP) — Wide receiver Julian Edelman has announced his retirement after failing his New England Patriots physical yesterday. Edelman cited a knee injury that cut his 2020 season short after just six games. It brings an abrupt end to the 11-year New England tenure of the 34-year-old, whose fingertip catch helped complete the Patriots’ historic Super Bowl 51 comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons.

EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Aaron Henry has decided to skip his senior season at Michigan State to enter the NBA draft. Henry said yesterday he plans to sign with an agent after averaging a team-high 15.4 points for the Spartans last season.

UNDATED (AP) — The Washington Capitals, Boston Bruins and Pittsburgh Penguins picked up forwards before yesterday’s NHL trade deadline as they battle the New York Islanders for the NHL’s East Division title. The Capitals acquired Anthony Mantha from the Detroit Red Wings for wingers Jakub Vrana and Richard Panik, a 2021 first- and a 2022 second-round pick. The Bruins acquired 2018 NHL MVP Taylor Hall and fellow forward Curtis Lazar (lah-ZAHR’) from Buffalo for Anders Bjork and a second-round pick, and the Pens improved their forward depth by getting Jeff Carter from the Kings for a pair of conditional draft picks.

National Scoreboard from Monday (4/12)

INTERLEAGUE
Final Oakland 9 Arizona 5
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston at Minnesota 2:10 p.m. (Postponed)
Seattle at Baltimore 7:35 p.m. (Postponed)
Final Tampa Bay 1 Texas 0
Final N.Y. Yankees 3 Toronto 1
Final Detroit 6 Houston 2
Final Chicago White Sox 4 Cleveland 3
Final L.A. Angels 10 Kansas City 3
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia at N-Y Mets 7:40 p.m. (Postponed)
Final San Diego 6 Pittsburgh 2
Final Milwaukee 6 Chicago Cubs 3
Final Miami 5 Atlanta 3
Final Washington 5 St. Louis 2
Final Cincinnati 3 San Francisco 0
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NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Brooklyn at Minnesota  (Postponed)
Final Philadelphia 113 Dallas 95
Final New York 111 L.A. Lakers 96
Final San Antonio 120 Orlando 97
Final Memphis 101 Chicago 90
Final New Orleans 117 Sacramento 110
Final Washington 125 Utah 121
Final Phoenix 126 Houston 120
Final Golden State 116 Denver 107
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NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
St. Louis at Minnesota(Postponed)
Final Ottawa 4 Winnipeg 2
Final Montreal 4 Toronto 2
Final OT Chicago 4 Columbus 3
Final Detroit 3 Carolina 1
Final Colorado 4 Arizona 2
Final Vegas 4 Los Angeles 2
Final Anaheim 4 San Jose 0

Area Scoreboard from Sunday (4/11)

COLLEGE

Baseball

  • Clarke split a doubleheader at Peru State winning 10-8 and then losing 3-2

Regional

  • Iowa took two at Minnesota to finish a 3 game sweep of the Gophers 6-1 and 18-0. It’s Iowa’s first three-game sweep since 2018 and the Hawkeyes have won eight of their last nine games and currently sit in fifth place in the Big Ten.
  • Illinois at Indiana ppd due to rain.

Softball

  • Dubuque split with Nebraska Wesleyan falling 11-8 and winning 2-0 (Games played in Indianola)
  • Clarke dropped both ends of a doubleheader at Benedictine College, 8-1 and 7-3.

Regional

  • Iowa softball team was defeated by Wisconsin, 3-2
  • Illinois fell at Nebraska 8-6

Soccer

  • (women) Clarke 1, Mount Mercy 0

Cyclones Get Minnesota Transfer

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota guard Gabe Kalscheur has announced he is transferring to Iowa State for his senior season. In 88 games with the Gophers, all starts, he averaged 10.4 points and shot 34.5% from 3-point range.

Regional MLB Recaps from Sunday (4/11)

Cubs-Pirates

— JT Brubaker pitched into the sixth inning and had the first three RBIs of his career to lead the Pirates over the Cubs 7-1. Brubaker allowed one run and four hits in 5 1/3 innings and supplied a two-run single to cap a three-run second that gave the Pirates a 3-1 lead. Pittsburgh’s Bryan Reynolds had the third four-hit game of his career.

White Sox-Royals

— Michael A. Taylor scored when Garrett Crochet misplayed Andrew Benintendi’s bunt in the 10th inning, sending the Royals to a 4-3 victory over the White Sox. Kansas City forced extra innings on Carlos Santana’s home run leading off the ninth. Greg Holland worked two scoreless innings for the win, and Kyle Zimmer tossed a perfect 10th for his first career save.

Brewers-Cardinals

— The Brewers hammered the Cardinals, 9-3 as Avisaíl García homered for the second day. Travis Shaw belted a three-run homer and Manny Piña added a two-run shot in Milwaukee’s fourth win in five games. Brett Anderson allowed a run and five hits over five innings, but Cardinals third baseman Nolan Arenado singled off him to run his hitting streak to nine games.

Twins-Mariners

— Kyle Seager’s second homer of the game was a three-run drive in the ninth inning to complete the Mariners’ rally in an 8-6 win over the Twins. Seager had four hits and Taylor Trammell also homered for Seattle, which trailed 6-0 going into the sixth. The Mariners won a road series for the first time since Sept. 11-13, 2019, at Arizona.

Masters history…Truex wins…Fowler done for year

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Hideki Matsuyama  has captured the Masters to become the first Japanese man to win a major championship. Matsuyama followed Saturday’s 65 with a 1-over 73 to finish at 10-under, one ahead of Will Zalatoris , Matsuyama made the turn with a five-shot lead, but his advantage shrunk to just two when Xander Schauffele triple-bogeyed the par-3 16.

MARTINSVILLE, Va. (AP) — Martin Truex Jr. is the first NASCAR driver with multiple Cup victories this year after taking the checkered flag at Martinsville. Truex was engaged in a long battle with Denny Hamlin before taking the lead for good with 15 laps remaining. Chase Elliott was second, followed by Hamlin, William Byron and Kyle Larson.

DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP) — Los Angeles Angels outfielder Dexter Fowler has a torn ACL in his left knee that requires season-ending surgery. Fowler was hurt when he took an awkward step on second base in Friday’s game against Toronto. The Angels initially thought Fowler had avoided a serious injury until an MRI exam on Saturday found the tear.

UNDATED (AP) — The Toronto Maple Leafs have added Nick Foligno before today’s NHL trade deadline. The Columbus Blue Jackets have shipped Foligno to the Leafs for a 2021 first- and 2022 fourth-round pick, part of a three-team swap with the Sharks. Toronto also acquired forward Stefan Noesen  from San Jose, which got a fourth-round pick in this year’s draft for retaining 25% of Foligno’s salary.

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Texas Tech junior guard Mac McClung intends to go through the NBA draft process while the team’s leading scorer from last season also has his name in the NCAA transfer portal. The Georgetown transfer’s decision is the latest in the potential exodus of key players since coach Chris Beard took the job at Texas. Texas Tech assistant Mark Adams was promoted to take Beard’s place.

National Scoreboard from Sunday (4/11)

INTERLEAGUE
Final San Diego 2 Texas 0
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
L-A Angels at Toronto  (Postponed)
Final Cleveland 5 Detroit 2
Final Boston 14 Baltimore 9
Final N.Y. Yankees 8 Tampa Bay 4
Final Seattle 8 Minnesota 6
Final Kansas City 4 Chicago White Sox 3
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Miami at N-Y Mets  (Suspended)
Final Pittsburgh 7 Chicago Cubs 1
Final Milwaukee 9 St. Louis 3
Final L.A. Dodgers 3 Washington 0
Final Arizona 7 Cincinnati 0
Final San Francisco 4 Colorado 0
Final Philadelphia 7 Atlanta 6
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NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Final Atlanta 105 Charlotte 101
Final Boston 105 Denver 87
Final Milwaukee 124 Orlando 87
Final New Orleans 116 Cleveland 109
Final Indiana 132 Memphis 125
Final San Antonio 119 Dallas 117
Final Minnesota 121 Chicago 117
Final New York 102 Toronto 96
Final Miami 107 Portland 98
Final L.A. Clippers 131 Detroit 124
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NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Final Buffalo 5 Philadelphia 3
Final Vegas 1 Arizona 0
Final Colorado 4 Anaheim 1
Final OT N-Y Islanders 3 N-Y Rangers 2
Final Pittsburgh 5 New Jersey 2
Final Washington 8 Boston 1
Final SO Nashville 3 Dallas 2