HS Sports; Thursday Night 1/16 Results

The class 4A 13th-ranked West Delaware Girls basketball team upped their record to 11-2 and 9-1 in the WAMAC Conference with a 53-40 win over 3A #7 Center Point-Urbana last night. The win was the 9th in a row for the Hawks, which ties a program history mark set by the 06-07 team.

Veteran head coach Harold Shepherd’s team got down early trailing by 7 at the end of the first quarter, he talks about the adjustments made:

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The Hawks return to WaMaC conference play tonight staying at home, welcoming in Clear Creek-Amana. Coached by 1994 WD graduate and Manchester native Matt Haas. Coach Shep knows that the Clippers will be ready to pull off the upset, so his team will have to bring the same intensity:

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Also last night:

Maquoketa Valley 40, Bellevue Marquette 30
North Linn 60, Central City 13

Tonight from KMCH Sports, we will feature area girls basketball as┬áBeckman plays host to Western Dubuque, plus score updates from West Delaware’s match ups with Clear Creek-Amana.

In Boys Basketball:

Maquoketa Valley 52, Bellevue Marquette 50
Central City 44, North Linn 28
Western Dubuque 64, Beckman 47


West Delaware went to Van Horne and defeated Benton Community 55-16, Williamsburg 50-23, and Anamosa 72-12. Coach Jeff Voss says a few of the younger Hawk wrestlers gained some valuable experieince in the meet:

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The Hawks will be back in action tomorrow at the Cedar Rapids Jefferson Invitational, which you can hear on KMCH.COM. Also last night:

Benton Community 73, Anamosa 5
Williamsburg 73, Anamosa 6
Alburnett 78, Central City/Springville 0
Alburnett 59, East Buchanan 18
CPU 48, Beckman 30
CPU 48, Beckman 24
Lisbon 54, Maquoketa Valley 30
Lisbon 66, North Linn 12
Maquoketa Valley 69, North Linn 8
Maquoketa Valley 55, Midland 24

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