The No.8-ranked Wartburg women’s basketball team is on the road this weekend to face conference opponent Buena Vista on Saturday.
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After opening American Rivers Conference play Wednesday against Central, the Wartburg men’s basketball team is set to head to Storm Lake on Saturday to match up against Buena Vista.
The No. 7 Clarksville girls began their season in dominant fashion.
The sophomore scored 24 points in the Wildcats' win over Dunkerton.
The sophomore led the Knights with 10 assists and added three goals this past season.
Janesville improves to 1-1 on the young season with its first conference win.
Junior Kyler Matthias led the Cyclones with 21 points on 6-for-16 shooting and also recorded 7 rebounds and five assists.
Junior Rachel Hennessy led the Cyclones with 15 points, while the Cadets' center Sharon Goodman scored 29.
The Warhawks were efficient on special teams and took advantage of solid field position.
It marks the first time the Knights are ranked No. 1 since the final rankings of the 2017-18 season, in which Wartburg earned the program's 14th NCAA Championship.
The Go-Hawks' loss comes in spite of a game-high 27 points from Abbie Draper.
Wartburg started off the game with a 22 point lead at halftime over Fontbonne and prevented its opponent from scoring more than 15 points in both the third and fourth quarters.
Four players from Wapsie Valley made the all-state team, and three players from Janesville joined them.
As the winter sports season arrives, now is a good time to recognize the local fall sports athletes who have won awards as their respective seasons have come to a close
The win stood as the 11th NCAA playoff win as the Knights earned an at-large bid to make their 14th postseason appearance in program history.
Sophomore Allison Bonnette was great with 11 points, but Denver couldn't finish off the comeback.
Jared Pickett became the Cyclones' newest head coach after Chris Krueger resigned, and with the new hire comes more organization.
W-SR is ranked eighth in Class 4A, while Clarksville is ranked seventh in Class 1A.
Simpson opened the dual with an 8-3 decision at 125 to take a 3-0 lead, but the Knights followed winning eight individual bouts along with a forfeit at 165.