Iowa High School Girls’ State Basketball 2022: Live stream, Tuesday schedule, updates

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Iowa High School Girls' State Basketball 2022: Scores, stats and more from Tuesday

Center Point-Urbana’s Ryley Goebel shoots during a State 3A quarterfinal game between Ballard and Center Point-Urbana at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines on Tuesday March 1, 2022. Ballard defeated CP-U 43- 29. (Nick Rohlman/The Gazette)

The 2022 Iowa High School Girls’ State Basketball Tournament continued Tuesday with seven quarterfinal games spanning three different classes at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines.

Find scores, stats and more coverage from Monday here.

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Tuesday’s Girls State Basketball Scores


No. 3 Ballard 43, No. 6 Center Point-Urbana 29

Ballard (22-3) held Center Point-Urbana (21-4) scoreless for 10 minutes in the second half and limited the Stormin’ Pointers to eight points overall in the final 16 minutes to advance.

Nicole Rick scored a season-high 16 points for CPU, which led 21-19 at halftime. Paige Noe scored 11 off the bench for Ballard.

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No. 1 Dallas Center-Grimes 64, No. 14 Benton Community 38

Dallas Center-Grimes (21-3) led 19-10 after one quarter and pulled away, shooting 56.1 percent, including 10 for 19 from 3-point range.

Both Ella Lampe and Emma Miner had three hat-tricks, with Lampe a team-high 15 points. McKenna Kramer led the Bobcats (19-6) with 18 points.

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No. 5 Cedar Rapids Xavier 62, No. 7 DeWitt Central 55

Xavier (18-6) never trailed in a first-round win, but that was never really comfortable either as the Sabers (19-5) stayed there until the end.

Kyla Mason led four Saints in double figures with 14 points. Libby Fandel had 12, Mary Kate Moeder 11 and Maddie Seger 10. Allison Meadows scored a game-high 18 points for Central and Lauren Walker had 16.

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No. 2 Glenwood 64, No. 13 Bondurant-Farrar 59

Bondurant-Farrar (16-8) cut a 17-point fourth-quarter deficit to five in the closing seconds, but ran out of time.

Glenwood (20-4) also had to rally in this one, trailing 19-13 after the first quarter but coming back strong to take a 35-27 halftime lead. Jenna Hopp and Madison Camden both scored 18 points for the Rams, and Abby Hughes added 17. Katelyn Lappe scored a game-high 19 for Bondurant-Farrar.

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No. 3 Sioux City Heelan 54, No. 11 Waverly-Shell Rock 33

Heelan (22-2) started the second half on an 8-0 run to take a 28-16 lead and the Go-Hawks (18-6) went only nine closer from there. Six of those eight points came from Brooklyn Stanley, who finished with a game-high 23 points on 10-for-14 shooting, plus six rebounds and four steals.

Trinidee Moore and Katelyn Eggena led Waverly-Shell Rock with eight points each.

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Dyke No. 1 – New Hartford 64, South Central Calhoun 44

Unranked South Central Calhoun (19-6) was within six in the third quarter, but defending champion Dike-New Hartford (23-2) pulled away with a 19-9 fourth quarter to advance.

Payton (16 and 10) and Jadyn (14 and 11) Petersen led the Wolverines with 30 points and 21 rebounds. Ellary Knock and Maryn Bixby both added 12 points each. Riley Batta had 13 points for the Titans.

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No. 4 Panorama 46, No. 6 Iowa City Regina 38

Payton Beckman scored 20 points to lead Panorama (25-1) to victory in the final game of the day. The Panthers had 10 interceptions and forced 19 turnovers.

Lily Simpson had 10 points for Regina, which finished 20-5.

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