Posted On: 03/10/21 11:29 AM

 

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Semifinal #2: #2 Waukee 71, #3 Ames 36

Second-seed Waukee has been on a mission this week to show that they’re the best team in the state (and one of the best in state history), and they’re two-thirds of the way to that goal. The Warriors got off to another fast start en route to a blowout 71-36 win over third-seed Ames, advancing to Friday night’s 4A championship. 

As they did in the quarterfinals against Pleasant Valley, Waukee came out of the gates hot, jumping out to a 16-1 lead and cruising the rest of the way. Ames briefly trimmed the lead down to 7 at the beginning of the second quarter, but the Warriors were ahead by double-digits for the final 22:25 of this game. With 7:21 remaining in the contest, Waukee reached the running clock plateau (up by 35). 

A roster that is loaded with talent, length and shooting, Waukee has put on a clinic in their first two games at the state tournament, and they’ll be looking to do so again tomorrow night in their third meeting with Johnston. 

Waukee (15-2) moves into the 4A championship game for the second straight season. After losing to Ankeny last year, the Warriors are looking for the school’s first state title. They were led by Tucker DeVries Tucker DeVries 6'7" | SF Waukee | 2021 State #123 Nation IA , who led four in double-figures with 18. Omaha Biliew Omaha Biliew 6'8" | SF Waukee | 2023 State #6 Nation IA had 12 points and 9 rebounds, and Pryce Sandfort Pryce Sandfort 6'4" | SF Waukee | 2023 State #140 Nation IA and Payton Sandfort Payton Sandfort 6'7" | SF Waukee | 2021 State #138 Nation IA each added 10 points.

Ames’ season ends with an 18-4 record. The Little Cyclones were led by Keyshaun Brooks Keyshaun Brooks 6'1" | CG Ames | 2021 State IA , who had 10 points. Tamin Lipsey Tamin Lipsey 6'1" | PG Ames | 2022 State #75 Nation IA added 9 in the loss. With Lipsey, Lucas Lueth, Corey Phillips Corey Phillips 6'5" | PF Ames | 2022 State IA and Trevion Labeaux Trevion Labeaux 6'3" | SF Ames | 2022 State IA returning next year, look for Ames to once again be among the top teams in the class. They simply ran into a buzzsaw on Thursday night.

MVP: Omaha Biliew Omaha Biliew 6'8" | SF Waukee | 2023 State #6 Nation IA , Waukee (2023) — 12 points (4-5 FG, 1-1 3P, 3-4 FT), 9 rebounds

Take your pick from the Waukee starters again, but we’ll give the nod to Biliew tonight. The highly-touted 2023 prospect showcased a nice stroke from 3 and a mid-range jumper, and if he can add a consistent jumper to his arsenal, watch out. 

 

Team 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q F
Ames 6 11 9 10 36
Waukee 16 15 25 15 71

 

Ames: Keyshaun Brooks Keyshaun Brooks 6'1" | CG Ames | 2021 State IA 10, Tamin Lipsey Tamin Lipsey 6'1" | PG Ames | 2022 State #75 Nation IA 9, Corey Philips 7, Casey Mumm Casey Mumm 5'11" | PG Ames | 2021 State IA 3, Lucas Lueth 2, Devin Settle 2, Niko Stevens 1
Waukee: Tucker DeVries Tucker DeVries 6'7" | SF Waukee | 2021 State #123 Nation IA 18, Omaha Biliew Omaha Biliew 6'8" | SF Waukee | 2023 State #6 Nation IA 12, Payton Sandfort Payton Sandfort 6'7" | SF Waukee | 2021 State #138 Nation IA 10, Pryce Sandfort Pryce Sandfort 6'4" | SF Waukee | 2023 State #140 Nation IA 10, Malik Allen Malik Allen 5'11" | PG Des Moines North | 2021 State IA 7, Wyatt Heston Wyatt Heston 6'7" | SF Waukee | 2021 State IA 6, Justin Johnson 2, Ryan Cose 2, Blake Papenberg 2, Connor Soethout 2

Team stats
Ames: 11-39 FG (28.2%), 6-22 3P (27.3%), 8-12 FT (66.7%), 15 rebounds (3 offensive, 12 defensive), 6 assists, 7 turnovers
Waukee: 26-44 FG (59.1%), 5-18 3P (27.8%), 14-15 FT (93.3%), 32 rebounds (6 offensive, 26 defensive), 8 assists, 6 turnovers

 

 

Semifinal #1: #4 Johnston 64, #1 Cedar Falls 51 

Top-ranked Cedar Falls was a juggernaut this year, averaging 74.3 points a game, tops in 4A. The 46.9 points a game they allowed ranked fifth in the class. None of that mattered on Thursday night, as fourth-seeded Johnston absolutely steamrolled the Tigers from start-to-finish, cruising to a 64-51 win, advancing to the 4A championship game, where they’ll await either Waukee or Ames.

A guard-heavy lineup from Johnston used their quickness to their advantage, routinely beating the Tigers off the dribble and getting to the bucket, and shooting a remarkably efficient 56.8% from the floor. Their quickness also allowed them to stay in front of the talented Cedar Falls guards who put a hurting on MVC opponents this year, forcing 17 turnovers and holding a potent Tigers attack 23 points below their season average. They built up a lead as large as 22.

The strength of 4A was certainly in the CIML this season, and the Dragons’ demolition of this talented Cedar Falls team helped prove that. They were absolutely dominant on both ends of the floor against a team boasting at least six scholarship players. It’ll be an all-CIML final for the second year in a row in 4A.

Johnston (12-4) will be making their fourth championship game appearance, the first since 2000. They’ll be looking for their first state title since 1995. The Dragons were led by Steven Kramer Steven Kramer 6'5" | SG Johnston | 2022 State IA , who continued his stellar week with 23 points and 7 rebounds. No player in the tournament has elevated his stock as much as Kramer has this week. Trey Lewis Trey Lewis 5'10" | PG Johnston | 2022 State IA added 15 points and Reid Grant Reid Grant 6'1" | PG Johnston | 2021 State IA and Max Roquet Max Roquet 6'6" | C Johnston | 2021 State IA each chipped in 10.

Cedar Falls’ season ends with a 20-1 record. The Tigers were led by Landon Wolf Landon Wolf 6'5" | CG Cedar Falls | 2021 State IA , who had 20 points in his final high school game. Hunter Jacobson added 10 points off the bench. Trey Campbell Trey Campbell 6'4" | PG Cedar Falls | 2022 State IA will be back next year, as will Dallas Bear Dallas Bear 6'8" | SF Cedar Falls | 2023 State IA and Hunter Jacobson, so the cupboard is not bare in Tiger country. They’ll be strong again next season.

MVP: Trey Lewis Trey Lewis 5'10" | PG Johnston | 2022 State IA , Johnston (2022) — 15 points (5-10 FG, 3-7 3P, 2-2 FT), 1 assist, 1 steal

Lewis had a quiet second half, but he set the tone early by scoring 10 first quarter points for the Dragons. The skilled guard used his explosive first step to blow by Cedar Falls defenders, and he showcased some ridiculous range, knocking down three NBA-range 3s. 

 

Team 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q F
Johnston 16 15 14 19 64
Cedar Falls 8 9 8 26 51

 

Johnston: Steven Kramer Steven Kramer 6'5" | SG Johnston | 2022 State IA 23, Trey Lewis Trey Lewis 5'10" | PG Johnston | 2022 State IA 15, Reid Grant Reid Grant 6'1" | PG Johnston | 2021 State IA 10, Max Roquet Max Roquet 6'6" | C Johnston | 2021 State IA 10, Carter Borwick 6
Cedar Falls: Landon Wolf Landon Wolf 6'5" | CG Cedar Falls | 2021 State IA 20, Hunter Jacobson 10, Trey Campbell Trey Campbell 6'4" | PG Cedar Falls | 2022 State IA 6, Carter Janssen Carter Janssen 6'5" | SF Cedar Falls | 2021 State IA 5, Chase Courbat Chase Courbat 6'9" | C Cedar Falls | 2021 State IA 3, Carter Juhl 3, Joe Knutson Joe Knutson 6'8" | PF Cedar Falls | 2021 State IA 2, Joel Burris 2

Team stats
Johnston: 21-37 FG (56.8%), 6-14 3P (42.9%), 16-23 FT (69.6%), 17 rebounds (3 offensive, 14 defensive), 9 assists, 10 turnovers
Cedar Falls: 19-42 FG (45.2%), 5-17 3P (29.4%), 8-11 FT (72.7%), 26 rebounds (10 offensive, 16 defensive), 3 assists, 17 turnovers

 

 

Quarterfinal #4: #2 Waukee 65, #7 Pleasant Valley 43

Second-seeded Waukee came into the season as perhaps the most hyped team in Iowa high school history. Or at least since the 2010 Ames team that featured Harrison Barnes and Doug McDermott. The Warriors showed why they drew so much hype in the preseason on Wednesday evening, blasting seventh-seeded Pleasant Valley 65-43 to advance to the 4A semifinals.

The Warriors were dominant on both ends of the floor from start-to-finish, scoring the game’s first 13 points. They blocked four of Pleasant Valley’s first five shot attempts. Just dominant. The Warriors led 22-3 after the first quarter and 40-14 at halftime, and they led by as much as 30 in the third quarter. 

With a starting lineup that goes 6-7, 6-7, 6-5, 6-8, and 6-7, the Warriors have college-level size and length. And four of them shoot at least 43.8% from behind the arc – Wyatt Heston Wyatt Heston 6'7" | SF Waukee | 2021 State IA (43.8), Tucker DeVries Tucker DeVries 6'7" | SF Waukee | 2021 State #123 Nation IA (46.8), Payton Sandfort Payton Sandfort 6'7" | SF Waukee | 2021 State #138 Nation IA (47.1) and Pryce Sandfort Pryce Sandfort 6'4" | SF Waukee | 2023 State #140 Nation IA (52.2). The outlier? Only the #5 prospect in the 2023 class nationally, Omaha Biliew Omaha Biliew 6'8" | SF Waukee | 2023 State #6 Nation IA . If the Warriors play like this during the semifinals and championship rounds, nobody can touch them. Their ceiling is the highest in the state. 

Waukee (14-2) was led by Payton Sandfort Payton Sandfort 6'7" | SF Waukee | 2021 State #138 Nation IA , who had 18 points on 7-12 shooting. Tucker DeVries Tucker DeVries 6'7" | SF Waukee | 2021 State #123 Nation IA and Pryce Sandfort Pryce Sandfort 6'4" | SF Waukee | 2023 State #140 Nation IA each added 10 in the win. The Warriors shot 55.6% from the floor and blocked 10 shots. They will play in the 4A semifinals for the fourth consecutive year. 

Pleasant Valley’s season ends with a 19-4 record. The Spartans were led by Ryan Dolphin Ryan Dolphin 5'8" | PG Pleasant Valley | 2022 State IA , who had 14 points in the loss. 

MVP: The Waukee starting five
Tucker DeVries Tucker DeVries 6'7" | SF Waukee | 2021 State #123 Nation IA (2021) — 10 points (3-7 FG, 2-5 3P, 2-2 FT), 3 assists, 3 blocks, 3 steals
Payton Sandfort Payton Sandfort 6'7" | SF Waukee | 2021 State #138 Nation IA (2021) — 18 points (7-12 FG, 4-6 3P), 4 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals
Pryce Sandfort Pryce Sandfort 6'4" | SF Waukee | 2023 State #140 Nation IA (2023) — 10 points (3-4 FG, 1-2 3P, 3-3 FT), 3 blocks
Omaha Biliew Omaha Biliew 6'8" | SF Waukee | 2023 State #6 Nation IA (2023) — 7 points (3-5 FG, 1-2 FT), 9 rebounds, 4 blocks
Wyatt Heston Wyatt Heston 6'7" | SF Waukee | 2021 State IA (2021) — 6 points (2-3 FG, 2-3 3P), 2 assists

It’s hard to pick out just one of the Warriors, so we’ll just take the whole starting unit. They set the tone immediately by blocking four of the first five PV shots and jumping out to a quick 13-0 lead. 

 

Team 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q F
Pleasant Valley 3 11 12 17 43
Waukee 22 18 16 9 65

 

Pleasant Valley: Ryan Dolphin Ryan Dolphin 5'8" | PG Pleasant Valley | 2022 State IA 14, Jacob Townsend Jacob Townsend 6'4" | SF Pleasant Valley | 2021 State IA 9, Joel Lawlor 6, Bryce Rubel 5, CJ Ragins CJ Ragins 6'4" | PF Pleasant Valley | 2021 State IA 4, Matt Mickle 3, Joey Borbeck 2
Waukee: Payton Sandfort Payton Sandfort 6'7" | SF Waukee | 2021 State #138 Nation IA 18, Tucker DeVires 10, Pryce Sandfort Pryce Sandfort 6'4" | SF Waukee | 2023 State #140 Nation IA 10, Omaha Biliew Omaha Biliew 6'8" | SF Waukee | 2023 State #6 Nation IA 7, Wyatt Heston Wyatt Heston 6'7" | SF Waukee | 2021 State IA 6, Malik Allen Malik Allen 5'11" | PG Des Moines North | 2021 State IA 6, Cade Kelderman Cade Kelderman 6'0" | PG Waukee | 2023 State IA 4, Blake Papenberg 2, Braden Menz 2

Team stats
Pleasant Valley: 17-46 FG (37.0%), 5-10 3P (50.0%), 4-7 FT (57.1%), 21 rebounds (8 offensive, 13 defensive), 6 assists, 11 turnovers
Waukee: 25-45 FG (55.6%), 9-21 3P (42.9%), 6-7 FT (85.7%), 30 rebounds (7 offensive, 23 defensive), 14 assists, 9 turnovers, 10 blocks 

 

 

Quarterfinal #3: #3 Ames 54, #6 Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln 37

The name of the game at Ames High School is defense, and the Little Cyclones put on a defensive clinic on Wednesday afternoon, holding Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln 30 points below their season average en route to a 54-37 win, advancing to the 4A semifinals. They’ll await the winner of the Waukee vs. Pleasant Valley contest.

The Little Cyclones scored the first bucket of the game on a Patrick Krapfl offensive rebound and putback. Christian Tidiane Christian Tidiane 6'4" | PF Council Bluffs Lincoln | 2021 State IA answered with a layup on the other end to tie it back up at 2, and that’s as close as the Lynx were the rest of the afternoon. 

Ames used a deliberate offensive attack to get great looks all afternoon, running through their offense multiple times, waiting for an opportunity to open up to attack, and the Little Cyclones shot 47.4% from the floor as a result of their patient approach. It also took Council Bluffs Lincoln out of their offensive rhythm, as they’re a team that likes to get up-and-down and play a more free-flowing game. By making them work hard on the defensive end, playing extended possessions in a defensive stance, they struggled to get much offense going.

Ames (18-3) advances to the 4A semifinals for the 15th time in school history, the first trip since 2010. They were led by Corey Phillips Corey Phillips 6'5" | PF Ames | 2022 State IA , who had a game-high 16 points and 7 rebounds. Tamin Lipsey Tamin Lipsey 6'1" | PG Ames | 2022 State #75 Nation IA added 12 points and 6 assists, and Keyshaun Brooks Keyshaun Brooks 6'1" | CG Ames | 2021 State IA chipped in 10 points off the bench.

Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln’s season ends with a 19-5 record. The Lynx were led by junior standout Josh Dix Josh Dix 6'5" | SG Council Bluffs Lincoln | 2022 State #250 Nation IA , who finished with 11 points and 7 rebounds in the loss. With Dix and junior guard Jamison Gruber Jamison Gruber 6'1" | PG Council Bluffs Lincoln | 2022 State IA both returning, they should be the class of the Missouri River Conference again next year, and a threat to make it back to Des Moines.

MVP: Tamin Lipsey Tamin Lipsey 6'1" | PG Ames | 2022 State #75 Nation IA , Ames (2022) — 12 points (5-13 FG, 1-3 3P, 1-2 FT), 3 rebounds, 6 assists, 2 steals

Even when he’s not scoring, Lipsey makes a huge impact on the end with his ability to control the tempo and probe the defense to find open looks for his teammates. An explosive athlete with a lightning quick first step, he can certainly score when needed, but he plays a solid all-around game on both ends of the floor. He was the primary defender against Dix, and he made the CBAL star work hard for his points.

 

Team 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q F
Council Bluffs Lincoln 8 10 10 9 37
Ames 14 10 13 17 54

 

Council Bluffs Lincoln: Josh Dix Josh Dix 6'5" | SG Council Bluffs Lincoln | 2022 State #250 Nation IA 11, Noah Sandbothe 9, Christian Tidiane Christian Tidiane 6'4" | PF Council Bluffs Lincoln | 2021 State IA 6, Jamison Gruber Jamison Gruber 6'1" | PG Council Bluffs Lincoln | 2022 State IA 5, Lennx Brown 3, Ben Waugh 2, Jaden Reiss 1
Ames: Corey Phillips Corey Phillips 6'5" | PF Ames | 2022 State IA 16, Tamin Lipsey Tamin Lipsey 6'1" | PG Ames | 2022 State #75 Nation IA 12, Keyshaun Brooks Keyshaun Brooks 6'1" | CG Ames | 2021 State IA 10, Casey Mumm Casey Mumm 5'11" | PG Ames | 2021 State IA 6, Lucas Lueth 4, Patrick Krapfl 4, Niko Stevens 2

Team stats
Council Bluffs Lincoln: 14-32 FG (43.8%), 2-12 3P (16.7%), 7-13 FT (53.8%), 17 rebounds (1 offensive, 16 defensive), 4 assists, 12 turnovers
Ames: 18-38 FG (47.4%), 6-13 3P (46.2%), 12-17 FT (70.6%), 27 rebounds (6 offensive, 21 defensive), 8 assists, 8 turnovers

 

 

Chase Courbat Chase Courbat 6'9" | C Cedar Falls | 2021 State IA

Quarterfinal #2: #1 Cedar Falls 42, #8 Senior 27

Top-ranked Cedar Falls survived a first-half scare from eighth-seeded Dubuque Senior on Wednesday afternoon before the Tigers grabbed control fo the game and cruised to a 42-27 win, advancing to the 4A semifinals, where they’ll meet Johnston. 

The Tigers, who came in averaging 76 points a game, got off to an ice-cold shooting start, with a lot of credit going to the strong defense that Senior was playing, particularly the work that Max Link and Kendrick Watkins-Hogue Kendrick Watkins-Hogue 6'0" | SF Senior | 2021 State IA were doing against Cedar Falls star Landon Wolf Landon Wolf 6'5" | CG Cedar Falls | 2021 State IA . They held Wolf to just 3 points on 1-8 shooting. The Tigers started the game just 3-17 from the floor as Senior built up a 10-point, 15-5, lead early in the second quarter. After grabbing a 19-11 lead with 2:30 left in the first half, the Rams went scoreless for the next 8:38 of game-time, as Cedar Falls went on a 22-0 run to grab control. The Tigers are just too potent to keep down for long, and Senior wasn’t able to take enough advantage of the slow start from Cedar Falls.

Cedar Falls (20-0) was led by Trey Campbell Trey Campbell 6'4" | PG Cedar Falls | 2022 State IA , who had a game-high 12 points. Carter Janssen Carter Janssen 6'5" | SF Cedar Falls | 2021 State IA and Chase Courbat Chase Courbat 6'9" | C Cedar Falls | 2021 State IA each chipped in 10 points in the win, and Hunter Jacobson deserves a mention for his strong play off the bench, scoring 4 points with 6 rebounds, 3 assists, and 3 steals. The Tigers will be playing in the semifinals for the fourth straight year. 

Senior’s season ends with a 12-9 record. The Rams were led by Jim Bonfias, who had 8 points and 8 rebounds in the loss.  

MVP: Trey Campbell Trey Campbell 6'4" | PG Cedar Falls | 2022 State IA , Cedar Falls (2022) — 12 points (5-13 FG, 1-4 3P, 1-2 FT), 6 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal

Campbell got off to a slow start, making just 1 of his first 7 field goal attempts. But he didn’t let that get him down or take him out of the game, finding other ways to contribute until his shot started falling. He scored a game-high 12 points, but also tied for the team lead in rebounds and assists, while playing strong on-ball defense.

 

Team 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q F
Senior 11 8 6 2 27
Cedar Falls 5 13 15 9 42

 

Senior: Jim Bonifas Jim Bonifas 6'5" | PF Senior | 2021 State IA 8, Cain McWilliams Cain McWilliams 5'10" | CG Senior | 2021 State IA 7, Kendrick Watkins-Hogue Kendrick Watkins-Hogue 6'0" | SF Senior | 2021 State IA 6, Max Link 4, Sam Akins Sam Akins 5'11" | PG Senior | 2022 State IA 2
Cedar Falls: Trey Campbell Trey Campbell 6'4" | PG Cedar Falls | 2022 State IA 12, Carter Janssen Carter Janssen 6'5" | SF Cedar Falls | 2021 State IA 10, Chase Courbat Chase Courbat 6'9" | C Cedar Falls | 2021 State IA 10, Hunter Jacobson 4, Dallas Bear Dallas Bear 6'8" | SF Cedar Falls | 2023 State IA 3, Landon Wolf Landon Wolf 6'5" | CG Cedar Falls | 2021 State IA 3

Team stats
Senior: 12-37 FG (32.4%), 1-12 3P (8.3%), 2-4 FT (50.0%), 24 rebounds (5 offensive, 19 defensive), 4 assists, 9 turnovers
Cedar Falls: 17-45 FG (37.8%), 5-14 3P (35.7%), 3-6 FT (50.0%), 33 rebounds (12 offensive, 21 defensive), 8 assists, 6 turnovers

 

 

Quarterfinal #1: #4 Johnston 49, #5 Dowling Catholic 33

These teams split their two meetings during the regular-season, but it was all about fourth-seeded Johnston on Wednesday morning, as the Dragons rolled to a 49-33 win over fifth-seed Dowling Catholic. The win sends the Dragons into the 4A semifinals for the first time since 2009, where they’ll await either Cedar Falls or Dubuque Senior.

A guard-heavy lineup from Johnston spread out the bigger Maroons and used their quickness to routinely get inside the paint, where their guards either found a cutting guard, big man Max Roquet Max Roquet 6'6" | C Johnston | 2021 State IA , finished or kicked it out to an open shooter. The constant pressure that their explosive ball-handlers put on the Dowling defense proved to be too much for the Maroons to contend with. They set the tone early with their speed, and their skilled ball-handlers had no issues with the pressure that Dowling tried to apply in the fourth quarter. 

The Dragons came out of the gates hot, with junior guard Trey Lewis Trey Lewis 5'10" | PG Johnston | 2022 State IA scoring five points within the first 40 seconds of the contest. Johnston ended the first quarter on a 12-2 run, holding a 19-6 edge after the first eight minutes. Dowling got back to within single-digits, both times a 9-point deficit, a few times in the third quarter, but Johnston quickly responded each time to push it back out to a double-digit margin. Johnston pushed the lead to as large as 19 early in the fourth quarter and cruised to the win.

Johnston (11-4) was led by Steven Kramer Steven Kramer 6'5" | SG Johnston | 2022 State IA , who had 16 points in the win. Max Roquet Max Roquet 6'6" | C Johnston | 2021 State IA added 11 points and 11 rebounds for the Dragons, who forced 15 Dowling turnovers.

Dowling Catholic’s season ends with a 12-9 record, and a third consecutive state tournament appearance. The Maroons were led by Ryan Riggs Ryan Riggs 6'9" | PF Dowling Catholic | 2021 State IA , who battled foul trouble and finished with 8 points in his final high school game.

MVP: Steven Kramer Steven Kramer 6'5" | SG Johnston | 2022 State IA , Johnston (2022) — 16 points (6-13 FG, 2-3 3P, 2-2 FT), 4 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 block, 2 steals

The 6-5 junior guard has emerged as one of the best prospects in Iowa’s 2022 class because of his length and ability to impact the game on both ends of the floor. He’s struggled with his shot for most of the year, but he showed a confident, smooth stroke from 3, knocking down 2 of his 3 attempts. He controlled this game from start to finish on both ends of the floor.

 

Team 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q F
Dowling Catholic 6 12 5 10 33
Johnston 19 10 9 11 49

 

Dowling Catholic: Ryan Riggs Ryan Riggs 6'9" | PF Dowling Catholic | 2021 State IA 8, Simon Daniel 6, Sam Hughes Sam Hughes 6'1" | PG Dowling Catholic | 2021 IA 5, Matt Riedl Matt Riedl 6'2" | SF Dowling Catholic | 2021 State IA 5, Jaylon Moses Jaylon Moses 6'8" | PF Xavier | 2021 State IA 5, Andrew Lentsch 2, Adam Bialzak 2
Johnston: Steven Kramer Steven Kramer 6'5" | SG Johnston | 2022 State IA 16, Max Roquet Max Roquet 6'6" | C Johnston | 2021 State IA 11, Carter Borwick 8, Trey Lewis Trey Lewis 5'10" | PG Johnston | 2022 State IA 7, Reid Grant Reid Grant 6'1" | PG Johnston | 2021 State IA 4, Mason Ryan 3

Team stats
Dowling Catholic: 13-37 FG (35.1%), 3-12 3P (25.0%), 4-6 FT (66.7%), 22 rebounds (5 offensive, 17 defensive), 7 assists, 15 turnovers
Johnston: 18-46 FG (39.1%), 4-15 3P (26.7%), 9-12 FT (75.0%), 29 rebounds (12 offensive, 17 defensive), 12 assists, 10 turnovers

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