Recent Event Highlights: Substate final: Ames 97, Des Moines North 53, Substate semifinal: Ames 87, Mason City 45, Ames wins, but double-digit win streak ends, Barnes returns for 45th win, Autograph seekers, Ames boys win big, Ames secures 4th straight CIML-Iowa Title, and 2 more...
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Whether it felt like an accomplishment or an afterthought, Ames High’s No. 1-ranked boys basketball team secured a state tournament berth...
The Mason City boys basketball team’s strategy was somewhat expected, fairly effective early and wildly unpopular with the home crowd.
JOHNSTON — Aside from aesthetics, a last-second 3-pointer by Johnston reserve Zach Stitz was pretty much meaningless.Ames 61, No. 7 Johnston 53
INDIANOLA — Wednesday night, Harrison Barnes sat behind the North Carolina basketball team’s bench in Chapel Hill and watched the Tar Heels push No. 8 Duke until the end of a 64-54 loss.
Barnes scores 30, McDermott 25 in 73-53 win over Sioux City North at Wells Fargo Arena
MARSHALLTOWN — The Ames High boys basketball team clinched its fourth straight CIML-Iowa title Friday, beating Marshalltown for the second time in a week, 75-57.
Doug McDermott scores 14 points in the first five minutes of an 80-45 win over Des Moines Lincoln
Harrison Barnes scores 31, three others in double-figures as Ames beats Marshalltown 85-50.
Little Cyclones win 75-45 despite playing without point guard Michael Weber
The 3rd-ranked Southeast Polk boys basketball team knocked off two top-5 teams last week, beating then-No. 2 Johnston and fourth-ranked Des Moines Hoover.
After one quarter Tuesday, the Rams trailed Ames, 19-1.
A few boos rang out from the student section Friday night as the Ames High boys basketball team walked off the court
WAUKEE — A 9-2 third-quarter run by Waukee was the only flaw in the Ames High boys basketball team’s 70-38 win Friday night.
Friday night’s home opener against Des Moines Roosevelt was over almost as soon as it started for the Ames High boys basketball team.
DES MOINES — Camera Crews and fans alike flocked to the Knapp Center here Monday to see Harrison Barnes and the Ames High boys basketball team’s season opener against Urbandale.