Panorama 60, Interstate 35 42
PANORAMA – I-35 lost to Panorama Friday in a 60-42 final.
Panorama scored 27 in the first frame, more than doubling Interstate 35's 13. From there it was a game of catch up, and the Roadrunners were unable to catch them in the final three quarters.
Jaliyah White led I-35 in scoring with 13 points. Carli McCuddin had 11 points.
Mount Ayr 50, I-35 44
MOUNT AYR – Mount Ayr edged I-35 Monday night in a 50-44 final.
Close scoring through all four quarters, I-35 was unable to make up any ground in the fourth quarter, falling just short against the co-Pride of Iowa champions.
White led in scoring again for I-35 with 13 points. McCuddin posted 10 of her own.
Earlham 40, I-35 34
TRURO – In the final home game of the season I-35 fell just short for the second straight game, falling to Earlham Tuesday night 40-34.
I-35 led by one at the half, but was unable to hold off Earlham in the second half as it pulled away in the fourth quarter.
McCuddin led in points with 11. She had seven rebounds.
Central Decatur 72, Clarke 32
LEON – Clarke was blown out by Central Decatur Tuesday night, 72-32.
A 20-4 second quarter and a 22-5 fourth quarter helped push CD ahead over a struggling Clarke team.
Riley Bell scored 14 points and Halle Hamilton scored 13 points.
Clarke stats were unavailable at press time.
Central Decatur 57, Martensdale-St. Marys 49
LEON – Central Decatur beat Martensdale-St. Marys Friday night, 57-49.
A 14-8 third quarter helped CD break away from the Blue Devils, who kept CD at a two-point lead entering halftime. The win for CD is its second in a week over Martensdale, with the first coming Jan. 30 (55-54 final).
Bell scored 18, going 7 of 12 from the floor. She also had 13 rebounds, a double-double, and five assists.
Central Decatur 60, Centerville 57
CENTERVILLE – The Central Decatur Cardinals edged Centerville Thursday night, winning 60-57.
A 24-16 first quarter from Centerville helped it gain a lead early in the contest, but CD chipped away until a 16-8 fourth quarter helped give it the lead it needed to hold on for the win.
Applegate had the team-high, scoring 16 points. She also had nine rebounds.
Bell, Hamilton and Layni Masters each had 12 points.