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Warriors clip Don Bosco at Loras College
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DUBUQUE - Black Hawk junior Conner Meyer scored 18 points and reached the 1,000-career-point milestone to help propel the Warriors to a 64-57 win over Don Bosco Catholic in the Wendy's American Trust Classic Saturday at Loras College.

Don Bosco, ranked No. 4 in the Iowa Class 1A state rankings, led the Warriors by 1 point at the half. Black Hawk senior C.J. Leuzinger scored 18 points. Black Hawk (7-3) outscored Don Bosco 38-30 in the second half.

Black Hawk junior Kyle Lovelace added 10 points, and senior Jason Treuthardt chipped in 8 points.

Don Bosco's Sean McFadden scored a game-high 25 points, and Zach Nie added 21.

"We played a close and intense game where it was within a couple of

possessions," Black Hawk coach Charlie Anderson said. "That will help prepare us for the playoffs. That is valuable. We kind of had to grind the game out and make our free throws. Come playoff time, that's what you have to do to win games."

Black Hawk hosts Argyle tonight and then plays at Barneveld Friday.


NEW GLARUS - Junior Zach Feller drilled six 3-pointers and scored a game-high 31 points to lead the New Glarus boys basketball team to an 89-78 win over Wisconsin Heights Saturday.

New Glarus (11-0, 2-0 Capitol South) with the win stays in first place in the conference. New Glarus senior Cullen Brooks added 22 points.

The Glarner Knights led by just 2 points at the half. New Glarus outscored Wisconsin Heights 49-40 in the second half. New Glarus junior point guard Jaden Kreklow scored 15 points, and junior Trevor Gassman pitched in 14.

The Knights, ranked No. 4 in the Division 3 Coaches Poll, play at Marshall tonight and then host rival Belleville Friday.