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6 Metro cagers set for All-Star game

Six high school basketball players from the Cedar Rapids Metro area will participate in the 4th Annual Eastern Iowa All-Star Games at Kirkwood Community College on Wednesday.

A.J. Carter of Kennedy and Jacob Olson of Jefferson will play in the boys game that's scheduled to start at approximately 7:30 p.m.

Katie Sommer of Linn-Mar, Kristie Sommer of Linn-Mar, Morgan Martin of Kennedy and Cyerra Hutchins of Prairie will play in the girls game at 6 p.m.

A 3-point shootout will be held during halftime of the girls game, and a dunk contest will be held during halftime of the boys game.

Tickets cost $8 for adults and $6 for students. Doors open at 5:30.

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Riders top Dubuque, clinch playoffs

DUBUQUE —  The Cedar Rapids RoughRiders clinched a spot in the USHL playoffs Saturday night with a 3-1 victory over Dubuque before 3,098 fans at the Mystique Ice Center.

Perhaps of more importance, the RoughRiders moved three points ahead of the Fighting Saints for second place in the Eastern Conference. Cedar Rapids has a 33-20-3 record for 69 points, and Dubuque has a 31-19-4 mark for 66 points, although the Fighting Saints have two games in hand entering the last two weeks of the regular season.

Neither team scored during the first two periods of the defensive struggle Saturday night. The RoughRiders broke through on a goal by Alec Marsh at the 2:19 mark of the third period for a 1-0 lead with an assist from Dylan Steman.

Frederik Tiffels and Andrew Poturalski scored on power plays to give Cedar Rapids a 3-0 lead. Dubuque scored its only goal with 44 seconds left in the contest when it pulled its goalie for an extra attacker.

Danny Tirone pitched a shutout for more than 59 minutes for the RoughRiders.

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Wolfe wins dash; J-Hawks take relay

DUBUQUE — Tim Wolfe of Linn-Mar won the 55 meter dash in 6.67 seconds Saturday at the University of Dubuque Boys High School Indoor Classic.

The Jefferson J-Hawks claimed the 4x200 relay in 1:33.41, nipping Linn-Mar by two-tenths of a second. Jacob Beaton, Nate Karlan, Dan Larson and Dylan Chittick ran for Jefferson.

Karlan placed second in the 55 for the J-Hawks (6.71).

Daniel Murphy finished second in the 1600 for Linn-Mar (4:26.47). Marshall Creech grabbed third in the 400 for the Lions (56.12).

Dubuque Hempstead won the meet with 68 points. Linn-Mar tied for fifth place with 46 points. Jefferson finished seventh with 44.

   

Marion girls win relay at Wamac meet

MOUNT VERNON —  The Marion Indians captured the distance medley at the Wamac Conference indoor track meet Saturday at Cornell College.

Skylar Miller, Gloria Coder, Sam Livingstone and Sydney Brase passed the baton in 4 minutes, 43 seconds for first place.

Avery Graves placed second in the 55 meter dash (8.02 seconds), and she placed third in the 200 (29.23) for the Indians.

The Marion boys finished second in three events. Colton Forster was second in the 1600 (4:57.13), Quinn Cannoy was the runner-up in the 55 hurdles (8.11) and the 4x800 relay also placed second (8:53.04).

No team scores were kept.

 

Kohawks upend No.17 Augustana

ST. LOUIS — Haley Smith delivered a key two-run double as a pinch-hitter Saturday as No.12 Coe trimmed No.17 Augustana (Ill.), 5-3, in a college softball game in St. Louis.

Danielle Schlotterbeck went 3-for-3 for the Kohawks. Maddison Woodruff (7-0) pitched a three-hitter with 11 strikeouts.

Coe lost its second game Saturday to Illinois Wesleyan, 2-0. The Kohawks (11-2) got only two hits in the ballgame.

   

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