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Local Sports Roundup -- 2/10/10
High School Girls Basketball Regionals

-Semifinal Games-


@ Biggsville:

(1) Abingdon beat (4) United 45-40

(3) BPC/A pulled off a minor upset by stopping (2) North Fulton 66-63 in OT.

-Abingdon and BPC/A play in the regional championship game Thursday night at 7:30

@ Woodhull:

(1) Knoxville beat (4) Rowva 42-29

(2) Ridgewood cruised past (3) Orion 61-23

-Knoxville and Ridgewood play Thursday night at 7:30 in the regional championship game

@ Wyoming - Stark County:

(1) Annawan blew out (4) Henry 74-22

(3) Wethersfield upset (2) Stark County 66-64

-Annawan and Wethersfield play for the regional crown Thursday night at 7:30

@ Varna:

(1) Brimfield rolled past (4) Roanoke-Benson/Lowpoint-Washburn 95-49

(2) Princeville defeated (3) Midland 73-49

-Brimfield and Princeville tangle in Thursday night's regional championship game at 7:30


@ Rock Island (Alleman):

(1) Kewanee beat (4) Rockridge 57-34

(2) Rock Island Alleman handled (3) Sherrard 37-26

-Kewanee and Alleman play for the regional title Thursday night at 7:30

High School Boys Basketball

Wethersfield got by Ridgewood 39-36

Galva beat West Central 65-52

Mercer County outscored Princeville by one point in the fourth quarter, leading the Golden Eagles past the Princes 60-59.

Canton beat Dunlap 83-61

College Basketball


Grinnell College (6-14, 4-9) had its highest scoring output of the season in a 131-84 win at home against Knox College (2-18, 2-11). Joe Kozak poured in a career-high 35 points for the Prairie Fire.


Grinnell College beat Knox College 74-69. Lynn Mueller led four Prairie Fire players in double-figure scoring with 12 points as Knox falls to 9-11 overall and 4-9 in conference play. Grinnell's Michelle Briggs broke a school record with 8 blocks for the Pioneers (5-15, 3-10). She also scored 19 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to come up just short of a triple-double.
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