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PREP BOYS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Huisken becomes all-time leading scorer in Southwest Christian history in win over AHS

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EDGERTON -- Southwest Christian's Zach Huisken became the all-time leading scorer in SWC history Thursday, scoring 24 points to pass Kara Van Dyke's 1,428 career points in an 83-55 route of Adrian in boys' basketball action. Huisken added 10 rebounds, five assists and three blocks along with moving his career points mark to 1,438.

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Andrew Top added 15 points, 10 rebounds and three assists, Keeran Sampson had 13 points and five rebounds and Dominic Nibbelink and Damon Vander Maten each had nine points to lead SWC (17-1, 13-0) in the Red Rock conference clash.

Adrian (9-10, 7-5) was led by Kyle Kilgore (29 points, 10 rebounds, five steals, four assists) and Brandon Weidert (14 points, six rebounds).

SWC will host H-BC Tuesday and Adrian will host Fulda Tuesday.

Adrian 23 32 -- 55

SWC 37 46 -- 83

EHS 54, H-BC 52

HILLS -- Casey Schilling notched his 2,000th career point, scoring 18 points, and Logan Ahlers scored a putback with 1.8 seconds left to lift Ellsworth over Hills-Beaver Creek in boys' basketball action Thursday.

Dalton Huisman added 10 points for EHS (14-7, 7-5).

Jeff Sandbulte had 24 points and Seth Nuffer had 14 points to lead H-BC (7-12, 5-7).

EHS will be at Southwest Star Concept Tuesday and H-BC will be at Southwest Christian Tuesday.

EHS 25 29 -- 54

H-BC 28 24 -- 52

T-M-B 55, LHI 39

IVANHOE -- Parker Lanoue scored 16 points and Taylor Hoffbeck netted 11 points to lead Tracy-Milroy-Balaton's boys' basketball team over Lincoln HI Thursday.

Jeramie Blagen led LHI (9-10) with 23 points.

T-M-B (6-11) will host Canby Tuesday.

T-M-B 18 37 -- 55

LHI 18 21 -- 39

RRC 69, RL-B 56

ROUND LAKE -- Jeff DeCock had 19 points, 10 rebounds, seven assists and seven steals, Henry Rogotzke had 18 points and Daniel Maras had 16 points and 12 rebounds to lead Red Rock Central's boys' basketball team over Round Lake-Brewster Thursday.

Jake Walker had 25 points and Darrin Schmitz had 13 points and seven rebounds to lead R-LB (1-17, 1-11).

RRC (8-10, 7-5) will travel to SMSU to take on Lakeview Saturday and R-LB will head to Mountain Lake/Butterfield-Odin Tuesday.

RRC 45 24 -- 69

RL-B 28 28 -- 56

Fulda 69, Edgerton 48

FULDA -- Fulda's boys' basketball team moved to 15-5 overall and 10-2 in the Red Rock Conference behind 20 points and 10 rebounds from Matt Appel, 14 points and eight rebounds from Aaron Tiesler and nine points and four steals from Clarke Hein Thursday.

Wade Gunnink (16 points, 13 rebounds) and Isaac Heard (six points, four assists) led Edgerton.

Fulda will take on Russell-Tyler-Ruthton Saturday at SMSU.

Edgerton 24 24 -- 48

Fulda 23 46 -- 69

SSC 66, ML/B-O 60

MOUNTAIN LAKE -- It took an extra frame, but Southwest Star Concept's boys' basketball team was able to get by Mountain Lake/Butterfield-Odin in Red Rock Conference boys' basketball action Thursday.

Andrew Kramer led SSC (11-7, 6-6) with 18 points, Jameson Collin added 16 points and nine rebounds and Luke Henkels scored 16 points.

Carter Kirk had 25 points and nine rebounds and Beau Herrig had 18 points and 11 rebounds to lead ML/B-O (14-5, 8-4).

ML/B-O is at Martin Luther today and SSC hosts Ellsworth Tuesday.

SSC 24 28 14 -- 66

ML/B-O 21 31 8 -- 60

S-O 80, Okoboji 43

SIBLEY, Iowa -- Sibley-Ocheyedan's boys' basketball team closed out the regular season with a win Thursday behind 26 points and 15 rebounds from Harrison Feldkamp and 16 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists from Caleb Hartwig.

Dalton Syverson had 19 points to lead Okoboji.

S-O (7-12) will host Spalding Catholic Monday in the first round of the playoffs.

Okoboji 14 10 14 5 -- 43

S-O 21 18 19 22 -- 80

R-T-R 70, Canby 58

CANBY -- Brett Peterson had 32 points and Dylan Kor had 20 points to lead Russell-Tyler-Ruthton in boys' basketball action Thursday.

R-T-R 32 38 -- 70

Canby 35 23 -- 58

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