Friday, January 30, 2015
THURSDAY'S SCOREBOARD - GIRLS BASKETBALL - Midland 59, Cedar Valley Christian 36 ... BOYS BASKETBALL - Midland 67, Cedar Valley Christian 44 ... HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING - Linn-Mar 32, Kennedy 31 ... Linn-Mar 51, Cedar Falls 17 ... DeWitt Central 49, Marion 30 ... GIRLS BOWLING - Linn-Mar 2505, Kennedy 2415 ... BOYS BOWLING - Linn-Mar 3202, Kennedy 3120 ...
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Washington High School - Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Arrington’s 18 points lead Warriors

WATERLOO – Maurice Arrington and the Washington boys basketball team cruised to a 64-50 win over Waterloo East on Tuesday.

Arrington scored 18 points with eight rebounds to lead the Warriors (7-7). Steven Kramer added 10 points with six assists.

Washington jumped out to a 20-11 lead in the first quarter.

Leighton Nash was the Trojans’ top scorer with eight points as Waterloo East fell to 1-12.



Warriors demolish Waterloo East girls

The Washington girls basketball team led 60-8 at halftime and went on to beat Waterloo East 79-15 Tuesday at Washington.

The Warriors (10-6) had a 41-6 run in the second quarter and allowed just seven points in the second half.

Joniqua Clark and Anne Visser led Washington with 17 points each. Kandis O’Donnell scored 13 points and Emily Oler added 10.



Warriors make strides at MVC swim

Swimming is a curious sport.

Iowa City West set eight records at the Mississippi Valley Conference meet Saturday at the Linn-Mar Aquatic Center, yet Dubuque Senior claimed the championship despite winning only one event.

The Washington Warriors did not win any races Saturday, yet Coach Chris Cruise was all smiles after the event.

It's the nature of the sport as teams point toward the state meet in Marshalltown next month.

Iowa City West, with its glittering array of stars, will be the heavy favorite to win another state title despite finishing second in its own conference meet. And the Washington Warriors, with rich tradition on their side, are probably a lot stronger than their 13th spot in the power rankings would indicate.



Lions nab 2 titles at Clinton

CLINTON – The Linn-Mar wrestling team won a pair of individual titles and scored 117.5 points for sixth place Saturday at the Bob Lueders Invitational.

Washington scored nine points for 19th place.

Matt Wempen improved to 15-0 with a 12-2 major decision over Sean Gohlke of Milton for the 145-pound title for the Lions. Shea Hartzler (29-1) won the 160 title with an 11-1 major decision over Davenport Assumption’s Joe Argo.



Wash girls survive Stowers' 54 points

DAVENPORT – The Washington girls basketball team used balance to defeat Class 4A No. 7 Davenport North 88-87 in overtime Saturday at North.

Sophomore Jacionna Stowers poured in 54 points to lead the Wildcats (13-2), sinking six 3-point goals and making 20-of-24 free throws.

But Joniqua Clark answered with 26 points and four steals for the unranked Warriors (9-6). Jessi Puk chipped in 13 points with six rebounds and Jayla Johnson scored 10 points.


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