PREP BOYS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: PA wins double OT thrillerPIPESTONE — A mere regulation basketball game wasn’t enough to decide a winner.
PIPESTONE — A mere regulation basketball game wasn’t enough to decide a winner.
In fact, one overtime didn’t help.
Pipestone Area outscored Murray County Central 10-3 in the second overtime en route to a 57-50 double-overtime victory Tuesday night.
Jason Nettik scored a game-high 20 points for the Arrows, while Tyler Rieck (seven) and Devin Gorter (six) each contributed for PA.
Trent Carlson scored 17 points to lead the Rebels, while Nate Wieneke added 15 points.
The game was tied at 45 all after regulation and the two teams each score two points in first overtime.
MCC 28 17 2 3 — 50
PA 25 20 2 10 — 57
Windom 76, W-WG 30
WESTBROOK — The Holts combined for 34 points, leading Windom to a non-conference victory.
Jake Holt scored 18 points to go with six rebounds, five assists and five steals, while Lee Holt scored 16 points and had seven rebounds.
Jessy Grove scored 10 points, while Travis Mattson and Levi Gotto each scored nine points for the Eagles (2-1), who travel to Pipestone Area on Friday.
Westbrook-Walnut Grove was led by Jacob Comnick, who scored 12 points. Aaron Thiesen added 10 points for the Chargers, who fall to 2-2 this season.
Windom 42 34 — 76
W-WG 13 17 — 30
Sheldon 56, Rock Valley 45
SHELDON, Iowa — Josh Van Kekerix scored a game-high 21 points as the Orabs remained undefeated with a victory against Rock Valley.
Chris Balster and Ray Scott each scored nine points for Sheldon, which improves to 5-0 this season. The Orabs lead at the end of each quarter, taking leads of 11-10, 27-20 and 34-28.
Blake Kooima and Chris Zylstra each scored 12 points for Rock Valley.
Sheldon will travel to Boyden-Hull on Thursday.
RV 10 10 8 17 — 45
Sheldon 11 16 7 22 — 56
MOC, FV 75, G-LR 48
ORANGE CITY, Iowa — Dan Jansen scored a game-high 17 points, leading MOC, Floyd Valley to a victory against George-Little Rock.
Wyatt Vander Voort and Caleb DeHaan each scored 10 points for the home team, which had a 40-20 lead at halftime.
Matt Nagel scored 12 points and had six rebounds for the Mustangs (3-2), while Brandon DeBoer added nine points and five steals.
Taylor Klingenberg dished out five assists and pulled down five rebounds for G-LR, which travels to Sioux Center on Friday.
G-LR 10 10 11 17 — 48
MOC, FV 17 23 12 23 — 75
H-LP 56, CCE 49
LAKE PARK, Iowa — Whatever the Wolves did at halftime seemed to work.
Harris-Lake Park outscored Clay Central Everly 21-6 in the third quarter, propelling the Wolves to a seven-point victory.
Justin Murphy scored a game-high 23 points, including five 3-pointers, for H-LP (2-3). He also added five assists.
Eli Ihnen scored nine points and had five rebounds for the Wolves, while Mychal Sheridan scored five points, dished out three assists and had seven rebounds.
Caleb Mackey, Jared Schloerman and Nich Roghair each scored 13 points for CCE.
The Wolves will travel to face North Sentral Kossuth on Friday.
CCE 8 22 6 13 — 49
H-LP 8 14 21 13 — 56
SSC 46, Edgerton 43
EDGERTON — There wasn’t much difference between the Southwest Star Concept and Edgerton boys’ basketball teams on Tuesday night.
The Quasars two top scores combined to register three more points that the Fling Dutchmen’s two top scorers, and that three-point difference was enough to win the game for the Quasars.
Andrew Kramer had 14 points for SSC, and Jameson Collin had 13 points and 17 rebounds.
Edgerton’s Jordan Gunnink led the team with 13 points, and Johnny Menning added 12 points.
The Quasars (2-0) travel to face Murray County Central on Thursday.
The Flying Dutchmen (0-2) host Westbrook-Walnut Grove on Tuesday.
SSC 17 29 — 46
Edgerton 16 27 — 43