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Prairie High School - Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Prairie boys fall to Waterloo West

Waterloo West beat the Prairie boys bowling team, 3,055 pins 2,892, in a Mississippi Valley Conference meet Friday at Lancer Lanes.

Matt Galloro rolled a 256 game and 440 series to lead the Prairie Hawks.

Jordan Mattix had a 473 series for the Wahawks.

WATERLOO WEST: Jordan Mattix 225-248=473, Dalton Draeger 195-242=437, Branden Frederick 160-229=389, Hunter Holman 169-219=388, Michael Buehner 201-172=373, J.P. Richmond 172-200=372.

PRAIRIE: Matt Galloro 184-256=440, Brendon Poock 207-203=410, Shawn Wille 202-191=393, Walker Hunt 213-178=391, Lucas Galloro 193-188=381, Paul Toczylowski 184-176=360.

Waterloo West: 2,060-995=3,055.

Prairie: 2,015-877=2,892.

 

Klostermann stars as Lions bop Hawks

The Linn-Mar Lions put on the "Beau & Bo" show Friday night, and it was bye-bye Prairie.

Beau Klostermann pumped in a career-high 26 points and Jordan Bohannon notched 23 after a slow start as the Lions knocked off the Prairie Hawks, 81-63, in an entertaining Mississippi Valley Conference game at the Prairie gym.

Bohannon did not score in the first 15 minutes of the game and had two personal fouls at that point, but he got hot after that and finished with five 3-pointers and slick drives to the hoop.

The Lions are accustomed to getting big nights from Bohannon, who leads Class 4A in scoring, but Klostermann more than doubled his pre-game norm of 11.7 points per outing. Klosterman pumped in four 3-pointers in the first half and had 18 points at intermission, helping the Lions take a 47-38 lead.

Klostermann, a 6-foot-4 senior, added eight more points in the second half. He's technically the starting center for the smallish Lions, but he's a versatile player who can score from all spots.

"That was a big game for him," Linn-Mar coach Chris Robertson said. "He was really in the groove and really shot it well. He's a tough match-up."

Last Updated on Saturday, 13 February 2016 11:16

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No. 8 Lions top Hawks for 8th in row

Jaime Printy Brandt and her husband Danny are expecting their first child in July, but she's having too much fun as the Linn-Mar girls basketball coach to step aside next season.

Brandt plans to return for her third year as head coach next season despite becoming a new mother.

"I do. Yup. No worries," she said Friday night with a smile. "I'm going to stick around. That's the plan.

"My husband will bring our baby to the games, I guess. It will be a gym rat, just like me."

Brandt and the eighth-ranked Lions defeated Cedar Rapids Prairie, 50-35, in a Mississippi Valley Conference game to finish the regular season with an eight-game winning streak Friday.

Last Updated on Friday, 12 February 2016 23:10

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Prairie saves day for Metro grapplers

Thank goodness for Prairie.

The Prairie Hawks won their regional dual meet tournament Wednesday night with a convincing 51-21 victory over North Scott, but none of the other Metro wrestling teams qualified for the state tournament.

The seventh-ranked Kennedy Cougars got punched by No. 13 Clinton, 44-26, in the regional finals at Kennedy.

The ninth-ranked Jefferson J-Hawks were stunned by No. 24 Dowling Catholic in the regional semifinals at Johnston and never got a chance to wrestle for a regional title.

The 18th-ranked Linn-Mar Lions lost to No. 4 Dubuque Hempstead, 49-27, in the regional finals after sticking No. 16 Bettendorf in the semifinals, 45-24.

The sixth-ranked Prairie Hawks (19-3) will face fifth-ranked Johnston (21-2) in the quarterfinals of the Class 3A state dual meet tournament next Wednesday at 9 a.m. at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines.

The other quarterfinals feature Southeast Polk (16-0) against Clinton (16-2), West Des Moines Valley (21-1) against Waverly-Shell Rock (23-4), and Hempstead (27-0) against Indianola (18-2).

Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 February 2016 22:19

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No. 15 Wash girls clip Prairie

The 15th-ranked Washington girls basketall team stormed to a 14-2 lead at the start and went on to beat Prairie, 60-52, in a Mississippi Valley Conference game Tuesday at Prairie.

The Prairie Hawks cut the lead to three points, 42-39, but the Warriors held on down the stretch.

Vanessa Eniola scored 15 points for Washington (13-7). Anne Visser scored 13 points and Jayla Johnson added 10 points.

Olivier Usher shot 10-of-11 from the free-throw line and finished with 18 points for Prairie (10-10). Jenna Wagemester scored 15 points and Sarah Schmitt added 10.

WASHINGTON (60): Clark 0 3-4 3, Carey 1 0-0 2, Visser 6 0-0 13, Eniola 5 2-2 15, Hoeger 0 0-0 0, Bruner 2 0-0 5, Puk 2 1-1 6, Riley 2 0-0 6, Mia 0 0-0 0, Johnson 4 2-5 10. Totals 22 8-12 0.

PRAIRIE (52): Moenk 0 0-0 0, Altenhofen 0 0-0 0, Schmitt 4 1-2 10, Stebral 0 0-0 0, Usher 2 10-11 18, Wagemester 3-4 15, Kuch 1 0-0 2, Stoffer 0 1-2 1, Person 2 2-4 6. Totals 16 17-23 52.

Halftime – Washington 27, Prairie 21. 3-point goals – Washington 8 (Eniola 3, Riley 2, Visser, Bruner, Puk), Prairie 3 (Usher 2, Schmitt).

   
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