Boys High School Basketball Scores
Dyersville Beckman 59, Mount Vernon 55
Hempstead 50, Western Dubuque 47
Senior 68, Wahlert, 35
Maquoketa 60, Clear Creek-Amana 46
Monticello 54, Cascade, 46
Goose Lake 51, Bellevue 47
Cuba City 57, Boscobel 49
Mineral Point 83, Southwestern 62
Prairie du Chien 63, Platteville 47
East Dubuque 42, Galena 34
Girls High School Basketball Scores
Dyersville Beckman, 44, Mount Vernon 38
Bellevue 60, Goose Lake 39
Cascade, 36, Monticello 24
Senior 56, Wahlert, 42
Maquoketa 76, Clear Creek-Amana 56
Shullsburg 44, Benton 41
Dubuque Fighting Saints Hockey
The Dubuque Fighting Saints couldn’t solve the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders in a 2-0 shutout loss on Friday night. The Cedar Rapids RoughRiders held Dubuque to 11 shots over the final two periods. The Fighting Saints return home and return to action tonight against the Fargo Force.
National Sports Updates from the Associated Press
MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Brad Davison scored 21 points and Ethan Happ added 18 as No. 24 Wisconsin beat No. 21 Maryland 69-61. The Badgers lead the Big Ten in 3-point shooting and heated up from outside in the second half. Maryland has lost three of four.
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) – Luka Garza scored 19 points, Joe Wieskamp added 16 and Iowa stunned fifth-ranked Michigan 74-59, handing the Wolverines just their second loss of the season. Ryan Kriener scored 15 points with 10 rebounds for the Hawkeyes, who snapped a two-game losing streak with by far their biggest win of the season.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) – Deja Church and Akienreh Johnson both had career scoring highs of 19 points, Michigan dominated the boards and the Wolverines took a 90-81 victory over No. 13 Iowa. Church was 9-of-11 shooting and Johnson 6 of 9 with three 3-pointers for the Wolverines (13-9, 4-6 Big Ten), who lost to the Hawkeyes (16-5, 7-3) by 14 on Jan. 17.
ATLANTA (AP) – Neither the New England Patriots nor the Los Angeles Rams have a player on the injury report heading into tomorrow’s Super Bowl in Atlanta. Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein and defensive back Blake Countess returned to full participation in practice yesterday, and head coach Sean McVay says running back Todd Gurley is fully healthy. Linebacker Dont’a Hightower worked out with the Patriots after missing Thursday’s practice with an illness, and defensive tackle Malcom Brown was at full speed after being limited Thursday due to a calf injury.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) – Carolina Panthers defensive end Julius Peppers has announced his retirement after 17 NFL seasons, nine Pro Bowl appearances and six All-Pro selections. Peppers ranks fourth in league history with 159 1/2 sacks and is the only player with at least 150 sacks and 10 interceptions. He began his career with an eight-year run in Carolina and played his last two years with the Panthers after stops in Chicago and Green Bay.
NEW YORK (AP) – Dwyane Wade and Dirk Nowitzki are going to the All-Star Game one more time after being added to the player pool by NBA Commissioner Adam Silver. Wade and Nowitzki will be drafted by team captains in a newly-added third round of the Feb. 7 draft for the Feb. 17 game in Charlotte.