Boys Basketball Results January 12th, 2021
Carroll at ADM
It was a night of little surprises for the Carroll Tigers as they steamrolled past ADM on Tuesday night. The first quarter wasn’t what the rest of the game would become, as Carroll would hold the one point advantage over the ADM Tigers 18-17 after the first quarter. The second quarter is where Carroll would start to get way ahead of ADM scoring 24 points and leading at halftime 42-30. Head Coach Randy Bissen says his team did get into some foul trouble early on in the game, but was able to score points in transition easily.
In the third quarter, ADM would attempt to keep up with Carroll scoring 14 points compared to Carroll’s 18. The story was the same in the fourth quarter, Carroll only scored one more point than ADM 14 to 13, but the high scoring second quarter gave Carroll a commanding lead. Coach Bissen said Kaleb Booth had a great night scoring and passing finishing his night with 20 points as Colby Christensen would have five 3’s of his own finishing with 19 points. ADM was able to score 10 threes in the game, but Bissen says his team did a great job of keeping ADM out of the paint. Carroll would win the game 74-57 and extend their undefeated streak.
Individually for Carroll, Booth finished with 20 points, two steals, seven assists, three rebounds, Christensen posted 19 points, one steal, and five assists. Another impressive showing was from Treyton Goins who finished with 11 points, two steals, three assists, and two rebounds. Carroll improves to 10-0 as ADM falls to 3-6.
The Tigers will be in action next when they travel to take on the Gilbert Tigers on Friday, January 15th.
Kaleb Booth – 20 points, 2 steals, 7 assists, 3 rebounds
Nick Macke – 6 points, 1 steal, 3 assists, 2 rebounds
Colby Christensen – 19 points, 1 steal, 5 assists
Tory Feldman – 8 points, 2 steals, 4 assists, 8 rebounds
Kelin Jones – 2 points, 1 assist, 4 rebounds
Ethan Lengeling – 1 assist
Treyton Goins – 11 points, 2 steals, 3 assists, 2 rebounds
Caden Kock – 2 points, 1 rebound
Logan Fricke – 6 points, 1 steal, 8 rebounds
Box Score 1 2 3 Final
Carroll 18 42 60 74
ADM 17 30 44 57
Grand View Christian at Kuemper
Grand View Christian: 69
The Kuemper Knights, coming off a difficult loss to Van Meter, were unable to get it done against the Grand View Christian Thunder Tuesday night. The Knights would keep up with the Thunder to start off the game, only trailing by four points by a score of 17-13. This four point deficit would soon become a 12 points deficit as the Thunder would head into halftime with a 35-23 lead. Kuemper Head Coach Sean Minnehan says his team’s biggest problem was scoring from behind the arc. In the first half, the Knights would give up nine threes. The other issue was the 6’11” Thunder sophomore Daniel Tobiloba, who nearly had a triple double on the night posting nine blocks.
The Knights would begin the third quarter scoring in the first six minutes, but would end up allowing the Thunder to score 13 points compared to their five. The final frame of play would see the Knights win the fourth quarter by a score of 23-21, but their poor performance in the third quarter is what made the difference. Coach Minnehan says the Knights gave up 24 offensive rebounds and the way he sees his team improving is being more consistent on both ends of the ball. The Knights would fall to the Thunder by a score of 69-51.
Individually for the Knights. Noah Bauer would score a team high 18 points along with five rebounds, three assists, and one steal. John Mayhall would also have a decent statline with eight points, four rebounds, five assists, and four steals. Michael Pottebaum and Isaac Evans would be the lifeline underneath the basket for the Knights as they would post eight and seven rebounds respectively. The Knights fall to 2-8 as the Grand View Christian Thunder improve to 8-1.
The Knights are in action next when they defend their court against the Glenwood Rams on Friday, January 15th.
John Mayhall: 8 Points, 4 Rebounds, 5 Assists, 4 Steals
Mitchell Badding: 2 Points, 3 Rebounds, 2 Assists
Blake Pottebaum: 4 Points, 2 Rebounds, 1 Assist
Taye Vonnahme: 1 Rebound, 1 Steal
Isaac Evans: 2 Points, 7 Rebounds, 1 Assist, 1 Block
Dawson Gifford: 8 Points, 5 Rebounds, 1 Assist, 1 Steal
Noah Bauer: 18 Points, 5 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 1 Steal,
Michael Pottebaum: 9 Points, 8 Rebounds
Box Score 1 2 3 Final
Grand View 17 35 48 69
Kuemper 13 23 28 51
Humboldt at South Central Calhoun
South Central Calhoun: 72
The South Central Calhoun Titans were able to score consistently Tuesday night in their victory against the Humboldt Wildcats. It took the Titans a little while to get the scoring going, but by the end of the first quarter, they would hold the 16-10 lead. In the second quarter, the Titans would score well while also keeping their defense aggressive, keeping Humboldt to 7 points, their lowest quarter all game. The Titans would enter halftime with a 31-17 lead. Titans Head Coach Clive Clark said his team played very well defensively while keeping a good shot selection all night.
The Titans would keep consistent in the third quarter scoring a game high 24 points, the most by both teams all night. This was helped by consistent shooting by Brennan Holder who would score nine of his 18 field goals attempted and five of 10 from behind the arc. The Titans just needed to hold their 55-32 lead in the fourth quarter to pull away. While the Wildcats would outscore the Titans 23-17, it was not enough to give the momentum back to the Wildcats. The Titans would run away with this game by a score of 72-55.
Individually for the Titans Brennan Holder would score a team high 28 points along with two rebounds, one assist, and three steals. Two other impressive players for the Titans were Cole Corey and Joshua Dietrich, adding to the impressive scoring night with 14 points each. The Titans improve to 9-2 on the season as the Humboldt Wildcats fall to 6-4.
The Titans are in action next when they are on the road to take on the Alta-Aurelia Warriors on Friday, January 15th.
South Central Calhoun Stats:
Joe Clark: 3 Points, 1 Rebound, 1 Steal
T’Juan Sanders: 4 Points, 6 Rebounds, 3 Steals
Cole Corey: 14 Points, 3 Rebounds, 8 Assists, 2 Steals
Joshua Dietrich: 14 Points, 9 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 4 Steals, 2 Blocks
Brennan Holder: 28 Points, 2 Rebounds, 1 Assist, 3 Steals
Antonio Sanders: 2 Points, 4 Rebounds
Eli Wheelock: 3 Points, 1 Rebound
Homer Martz: 4 Points, 4 Rebounds, 1 Block
Box Score 1 2 3 Final
Humboldt 10 17 32 55
SCC 16 31 55 72
Ar-We-Va At Paton Churdan
Paton Churdan 30
Ar-We-Va came out sharp and very focused tonight and looked like a team on a mission. The defense was sharp not allowing Paton Churdan to get anything inside the lane and closing out on shooters. Offensively they shared the ball and got good looks with Will Ragaller scoring 13 points and Zach Schimmer 12 in the 1st quarter. They led the game 29-5 at the end of the quarter.
Both teams struggled to score much in the 2nd quarter as Paton Churdan had one of those nights where nothing would go in. It was such a struggle for them from the field they even shot 4-16 from the free throw line. Ar-We-Va led 41-9 at half and turned it into a continuous clock game early in the 3rd.
Credit Paton Churdan as they played hard all the way to the end, outscoring Ar-We-Va 11-6 in the 4th quarter.
Will Ragaller led all scorers with 17 points while Zach Schimmer finished with 14 points. Cooper Kock just missed a double-double with 8 points and 15 rebounds. Ragaller added 7 rebounds and 5 assists.
Paton Churdan was led by Joe Carey with 6 points and Justin Stream with 5 points while Forest Thompson added 9 rebounds.
Ar-We-Va hosts Boyer Valley on Friday and sits 7-5 overall and 5-4 in the Rolling Valley. Paton Churdan heads to Glidden Ralston on Friday at 3-9 overall and 1-8 in the Rolling Valley.
Will Ragaller 17 Points, 7 Rebounds, 5 Assists, 3 Steals
Zach Schimmer 14 Points, 3 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 2 Steals
Cooper Kock 8 Points, 15 Rebounds, Assist, Steal
Braeden Kirsch 6 Points, Rebound
Damon Ehlers 5 Points
Andres Cruz 2 Points, 4 Rebounds, 3 Assists
Kyelar Cleveland 2 Points, 3 Rebounds
Emmett Neumann 2 Points
Conner Kirsch 1 Point, 3 Rebounds
Harley Molina 1 Rebound, Assist, Steal
Paton Churdan Stats
Forest Thompson 2 Points, 9 Rebounds
Joe Carey 6 Points, 4 Rebounds
Bradyn Smith 2 Points, 4 Rebounds
Shaydon Thurman 2 Points, 4 Rebounds, Steal
Connor Brus 3 Points, 2 Rebounds, Assist
Justin Stream 5 Points, 2 Rebounds, Steal
Seth Thurman 3 Points, 4 Rebounds, Steal
Parker Fitzpatrick 4 Points, 2 Rebounds, Steal
Riley Cullum 3 Points, Rebound
Box Score 1 2 3 Final
AWV 29 41 51 57
PC 5 9 21 30
Glidden Ralston at Exira-EHK
Glidden Ralston: 43
The Glidden Ralston Wildcats kept a close game in the first half against the Exira-EHK Spartans, but were unable to get the win Tuesday night. The first quarter would start off great for the Wildcats as they would hold the advantage going into the second quarter with a score of 14-9. For the majority of the second quarter, the Wildcats would maintain their lead. It wouldn’t be until the Spartans overtook them with a score of 22-21, and entered halftime with the 26-21 lead. Wildcats Head Coach Tyler Shipley says his team did a great job in the first half by executing out man to man plays and taking away the Spartans post players. Where the struggles came for the Wildcats is when the Spartans switched to their zone defense, eventually giving the Spartans the lead.
The Spartans would begin the third quarter by going on a 7-0 run only broken by a bucket by the Wildcats. The Spartans would leave the third quarter with the 49-35 lead. This newly acquired lead for the Spartans would last for the remainder of the game. The Spartans would go on another big 8-0 run in the fourth quarter and walk away with this game with a score of 66-43.
For the Wildcats, Carter Scott would score a team high 12 points along with seven rebounds and three assists. Not too far behind him, Brigham Daniel would have himself 10 points, five rebounds, and three steals. The Wildcats fall to 2-9 on the season as the Spartans improve to 7-4.
The Wildcats are in action next when they face off against the Paton Churdan Rockets on Friday, January 15th.
Glidden Ralston Stats:
Karter Kennebeck: 8 Points, 5 Rebounds, 3 Steals
Brigham Daniel: 10 Points, 5 Rebounds, 4 Steals, 2 Assists
Jackson Sklenar: 2 Points, 2 Rebounds
Carter Scott: 12 Points, 7 Rebounds, 3 Assists
Tyler Brant: 2 Points, 3 Rebounds
Kyle Olberding: 9 Points, 2 Rebounds, 2 Assists
Cale Klocke: 1 Rebound, 1 Assist, 1 Steal
John Whitver: 1 Rebound
Caden Wenck: 1 Rebound
Box Score 1 2 3 Final
GR 14 21 35 43
Exira-EHK 9 26 49 66
Audubon at AHSTW
The Audubon Wheelers had a tough night scoring against the number one Western Iowa Conference team AHSTW Tuesday night. Starting off, the Wheelers would keep up with the Vikings, even tying with them at five and seven points in the first quarter. The Vikings would end up slipping past the Wheelers in the first with a score of 19-10. The Vikings would end up getting hot in the second quarter as they would go on a 15-0 run to start the second quarter. The dominant second quarter for the Vikings would end with them on top 51-22 heading into the second half.
After a 31 point second quarter, the Wheelers tried to gather up some momentum in the third quarter. They would do better in this quarter matching their second quarter score of 12, but the Vikings continued their beat down scoring 23 in the third quarter. Down 40 in the fourth quarter, the Wheelers kept coming at the Vikings with everything they had. They would score their game high 17 points in the final frame of play, but the aggressive scoring of the Vikings was too much as the Wheelers fell 85-51.
Individually for the Wheelers, Carson Bower would score almost half of his team’s points with 21 points on the night. Also for the Wheelers, Collin Bower would score nine points, Gavin Smith and Jackson Deist would both have five points, and Braden Wessel and Joey Schramm both had three points. The Wheelers fall to 3-8 on the season as the AHSTW Vikings improve to 11-1.
The Wheelers are in action next when they face off against Treynor Cardinals on Tuesday, January 19th.
Jackson Deist: 5 Points
Gavin Smith: 5 Points
Collin Bauer: 9 Points
Braden Wessel: 3 Points
Joey Schramm: 3 Points
Carson Bauer: 21 Points
Box Score 1 2 3 Final
Audubon 10 22 34 51
AHSTW 19 51 74 85
Treynor at IKM-Manning
The IKM-Manning Wolves were unable to score big against the Treynor Cardinals and would walk away empty handed Tuesday night. The Cardinals would start off their dominant night by scoring 20 points against the Wolves and leave the first quarter with the 20-6 lead. The Wolves would begin to chip away at the large Cardinals’ lead by matching their second quarter scoring with 14 points. Yet, the Cardinals would still hold their large lead by a score of 34-20 heading into halftime.
The momentum in the third quarter would swing back to the Cardinals as they would put up 21 points in the third quarter compared to the Wolves 12. The biggest contributor to the Cardinals scoring would be their 13 made threes in this game. Pushing forward, the Cardinals would score another 20 points in the final frame of the game, defeating the Wolves 75-34.
Individually for the Wolves, Cooper Irlmeier would lead his team in scoring with 9 points along with two rebounds and two steals. Kyler Rasmussen would also be a leader for this team tonight, posting eight points, five rebounds, three assists, and one steal. The Wolves fall to 3-6 on the season as the Cardinals improve to 9-2.
The Wolves are in action next when they face off against Logan-Magnolia on the road on Friday, January 15th.
Cooper Irlmeier: 9 Points, 2 Rebounds, 2 Steals
Conner Keller: 2 Points, 3 Rebounds, 3 Assists
Drew Doyel: 2 Points, 1 Rebound, 1 Steal
Nolan Ramsey: 4 Points, 1 Rebound
Kyler Rasmussen: 8 Points, 5 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 1 Steal
Luke Ramsey: 3 Points, 1 Rebound
Brody Swearingen: 6 Points, 3 Rebounds, 1 Assist
Hayden McLaughlin: 2 Rebounds
Caden Keller: 1 Block
Max Nielsen: 1 Block
Box Score 1 2 3 Final
Treynor 20 34 55 75
IKM-Manning 6 20 32 34