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Iowa High School Playoff Football Results

Western Dubuque 29, North Scott 7

Wisconsin High School Playoffs: Division 7  Quarterfinals

Black Hawk-Warren 49, River Ridge 7

Fighting Saints Fall at Home

The Dubuque Fighting Saints fell in regulation for the first time this season as Waterloo scored on a shorthanded penalty shot with under two minutes to go in regulation to win 3-2 in Dubuque. Wyatt Schingoethe scored the game winner as the Black Hawks scored twice in the third period to win.

Loras Men Claim Victory in Home Opener

The Loras College men’s basketball team opened their season with a win in front of its home crowd on Friday, as they defeated the Concordia University Chicago Cougars 108-85. Rowen McGowan led the DuHawks with 18 points in 17 minutes, while Jackson Kolsinski scored 17 in the win.

Badgers Top Eastern Illinois

MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Kobe King scored a game-high 18 points, Nate Reuvers added 14 points, 14 rebounds and nine blocks, and the Wisconsin Badgers defeated Eastern Illinois 65-52 in their home opener. Wisconsin forward Aleem Ford had 11 points before fouling out, as the Badgers bounced back from their season-opening overtime loss to No. 20 Saint Mary’s on Tuesday. Marvin Johnson led Eastern Illinois with 12 points, including two 3-pointers, and George Dixon added 11 points for the Panthers.

Illinois Pulls Away Late to Top GCU

PHOENIX (AP) – Kofi Cockburn had 23 points and 14 rebounds, Andres Feliz added 21 points and Illinois pulled away late to beat Grand Canyon 83-61. Illinois worked the ball inside to Cockburn early and that opened up the rest of the floor.

Garza Leads Hawkeyes to Victory

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) – Luka Garza started the season with a double-double and Iowa pulled away in the second half for an 87-60 win over SIU-Edwardsville. Garza, Iowa’s leading returning scorer from a team that reached the second round of the NCAA tournament last season, had 20 points and 12 rebounds as the Hawkeyes won their season opener.

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