Sports Briefs – Feb. 12, 2020

Weather forces Hounds to forfeit Regional duals
The snow that hit the area for most of the day Wednesday forced the Fort Madison Bloodhounds to forfeit their regional dual wrestling match(s) at North Scott.
According to FMHS Activities Director Jeremy Swink, when he informed Iowa High School Athletic Association officials the roads were unsafe in this part of the state he was given two options: forfeit or reschedule for Thursday. With individual districts on Saturday the school opted to forfeit rather than forcing wrestlers from FMHS and the other schools to wrestle that close to districts. Cedar Rapids Kennedy was given the win 1-0 and then North Scott downed CR Kennedy in the finals.

Hawks edge Cardinal Monday
ELDON – Brayden Wyrick led the Hawks seventh graders with 20 points in a 30-29 win over Cardinal of Eldon on Monday. Hunter Edlin had four points and Drake Weber, Ostyn Moore and Chase Johnson each had two points in the win.
In a 5th quarter Cale Clark scored two points.
On Tuesday, Wyrick again was the top scorer for Central Lee with 17 points. Johnson had six, while Weber and Kegan Damico each had four points.
Central Lee plays at Danville on Feb. 18 and are at home on the 20th vs. Holy Trinity Catholic.

Hound 8th graders beat Washington
WASHINGTON – Carson Rashid got into double figures Monday night to lead FMMS eighth graders to a 39-32 win over Washington in the ‘A’ game. Leif Boeding had nine points in the win. Hunter Cresswell, Ben Ramatowski, Nathan Bowen, and Jamarkus Kline each had three points in the win. Cade Denning, Marin Rose, Aiden Benda and Henry Morris all scored two points in the win. Rashid also has seven boards to lead FMMS.
Fort Madison also won the ‘B’ game behind a nine-point effort of William Bennett. Kline and Oliver Santiago each had four points and Richard Stocker had two. Kline had five rebounds in the game.

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