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Marion High School - Marion, Iowa

Manderscheid leads Indians by South Tama

Jacob Manderscheid scored 16 points to lead the Marion boys basketball team in a low-scoring 46-30 win over South Tama in a Wamac game Friday at Marion.

The Indians led just 19-15 at halftime, but pulled away in the second half.

Noah Walter added 10 points for Marion (8-10, 6-6).

Wade Brown scored eight points for the Trojans (4-14, 3-9).

SOUTH TAMA (30): A.Lasley 0 0-0 0, Rosenberger 2 0-0 5, Shields 1 0-0 3, T.Lasley 2 0-1 5, Koch 1 0-1 2, Davenport 3 1-1 7, Wilkerson 0 0-0 0, Ward 0 0-0 0, Brown 4 0-2 8, N.Lasley 0 0-0 0. Totals 13 1-5 30.

MARION (46): Fish 2 4-5 8, Zielke 1 0-0 2, Holt 0 0-0 0, Walter 3 3-4 10, Manderscheid 5 4-4 16, Whalen 1 0-0 2, Pflughaupt 1 0-1 3, Clayton Mohwinkle 0 5-6 5, Wade 0 0-0 0, Wiese 0 0-0 0. Totals 13 16-20 46.

Halftime – Marion 19, South Tama 15. 3-point goals – South Tama 3 (Rosenberger, Shields, T.Lasley), Marion 4 (Manderscheid 2, Walter, Pflughaupt).

 

No. 7 Marion girls dump South Tama

TAMA – Chloe Rice scored 12 points to lead the seventh-ranked Marion girls basketbal team to a 55-35 win over South Tama in a Wamac Conference game Friday at South Tama.

Mia Laube scored 10 points for the Indians (14-4, 11-1) and Sophie Willette added nine points.

South Tama fell to 9-10 overall and 5-7 in the Wamac.

 

Cougars 7th, Lions 8th in girls rankings

The Kennedy girls basketball team fell from No. 6 to No. 7 in the latest Class 5A rankings, released Thursday by the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union.

Linn-Mar claimed the No. 8 spot in Class 5A, moving up from No. 10 last week. Washington stayed 15th.

Marion maintained its No. 7 ranking in Class 4A from a week ago.

CLASS 5A

1. Ankeny Centennial, 2. Johnston, 3. Iowa City High, 4. Cedar Falls, 5. Waukee, 6. Indianola, 7. Kennedy, 8. Linn-Mar, 9. Davenport North, 10. Southeast Polk, 11. West Des Moines Valley, 12. Iowa City West, 13. Dowling Catholic, 14. Pleasant Valley, 15. Cedar Rapids Washington.

CLASS 4A

1. Harlan, 2. Western Dubuque, 3. Council Bluffs Lewis Central, 4. Keokuk, 5. Ballard, 6. North Scott, 7. Marion, 8. Pella, 9. Fairfield, 10. Mason City, 11. Waverly-Shell Rock, 12. Grinnell, 13. Dallas Center-Grimes, 14. Boone, 15. Central DeWitt.

   

Marion grapplers stick Davenport West

The Marion wrestling team toppled Davenport West, 52-24, in a non-conference dual meet Thursday at Vernon Middle School.

Braden Garringer (126 pounds), Mason Hiler (132), Colin Conway (152) and Keanu Quinn (195) had pins for the Indians.

MARION 52, DAVENPORT WEST 24
106 – Jack Eichhorn (M) dec. Collin Kraft 9-3.
113 – Wyatte Shade (DW) pinned Ismail Havyarimana 3:43.
120 – Zach Cochran (M) major dec. Anthony Vance 13-4.
126 – Braden Garringer (M) pinned Michael Thai 3:19.
132 – Mason Hiler (M) pinned Jacob Milem 4:47.
138 – Trey Clifton (M) won by forfeit.
145 – Caleb Conway (M) dec. John Behrens 12-6.
152 – Colin Conway (M) pinned Mason Webster :49.
160 – Brady Bartz (M) won by forfeit.
170 – Joey Pearson (M) won by DQ over Julian Katko.
182 – Nevin Goettsch (DW) pinned Jack Whitney 2:56.
195 – Keanu Quinn (M) pinned Garrett Brooks 5:11.
220 – Tyler Poggenpohl (DW) won by forfeit.
285 – Jason Peterson (DW) won by forfeit.

 

3 Marion athletes heading to college

Three female athletes from Marion High School plan to continue their careers in college next year.

Alyssa Thomas will continue her volleyball career at the University of Minnesota at Crookston.

Olivia Frazier plans to play volleyball at Cincinnati Christian University.

Madison Bach will be joining the cross country program at Iowa Central Community College.

   
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