Clarke 66, Centerville 62
Not only did Clarke hold on to pull out a win Friday over Centerville, senior guard Deseree Stubbe scored 17 points, eclipsing the 1,000-point mark for her career.
The Lady Indians developed a lead going into the half after outscoring Centerville 23-9 in the second quarter.
Four other players posted double figures in the points column along with Stubbe as Sarah Davis dropped 12, Megan Linskens had 11 and Ashlynn Oehlert and Tori White each put up 10.
Winterset 65, Clarke 32
WINTERSET – Clarke was limited to just nine points in the second half, during a 65-32 loss at Winterset Saturday.
The Huskies pulled down 16 offensive rebounds and swiped 17 steals in the win.
Linskens finished as Clarke’s leading scorer with eight points.
Central Decatur 81, Clarke 46
Class 2A No. 2 Central Decatur put together an impressive performance Monday in an 81-46 win over Clarke.
Emma Atwood and Alli Masters shot high percentages from the floor on their way to scoring 19 and 18 points, respectively.
Masters, Atwood and Erica Kauzlarich each dished out five assists as the Cardinals moved to 19-0 on the season.
Murray 54, Moulton-Udell 39
MOULTON – Twenty-one points from Bre Klein and 14 more from Kendra Boles powered Murray past Moulton-Udell Friday.
Klein also had nine boards and five assists in the win.
“Had a really good first half, but too many turnovers in the third quarter let them hang around,” said Murray head coach Jerry Shields.
Murray 48, Diagonal 26
Boles posted an 11-point, 11-rebound double double Monday in Murray’s 22-point win over Diagonal.
Defensively, Murray kept Diagonal to shooting just 10 of 45 from the field.
“Did a nice job this evening as we held their three best scorers below their averages,” said Shields. “Hailey (Chew) and Britta (Callstrom) helped out a lot on the boards for us.”
Chew finished with nine points and eight rebounds while Callstrom posted two points while grabbing seven boards.
Panorama 69, Interstate 35 28
Mount Ayr 67, Interstate 35 38
Interstate 35 dropped its last two games to quality foes in Panorama and Mount Ayr.
Jaliyah White and Carli McCuddin both scored eight points for the Roadrunners in the loss while Gracie McCuddin pulled down a team-high five rebounds.
Stats for the Mount Ayr contest were unavailable by press deadline.