PREP BOYS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Harris-Lake Park cruises by Round Lake-BrewsterROUND LAKE — Brady Nissen ripped the nets for 28 points Tuesday night, leading undefeated Harris-Lake Park (12-0) to a 74-39 victory over Round Lake-Brewster in a non-conference, across-the-border high school boys’ basketball game.
By: Daily Globe, Worthington Daily Globe
ROUND LAKE — Brady Nissen ripped the nets for 28 points Tuesday night, leading undefeated Harris-Lake Park (12-0) to a 74-39 victory over Round Lake-Brewster in a non-conference, across-the-border high school boys’ basketball game.
Eli Ihnen (15 points, seven steals), Colin Brons (14 points) and Tanner Hiveley (10 rebounds) also made key contributions for the Wolves, who scored 45 points after intermission, stretching an 11-point halftime lead.
Cole Bosma poured in 22 points to lead the Raiders (0-10), while Kurt Schmitz (12 rebounds, nine points) and Brady Meyer (five assists) also played well for the hosts.
RL-B travels to Adrian Thursday and H-LP hosts Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn Monday.
H-LP 29 45 — 74
RL-B 18 21 — 39
G-LR 58, Okoboji 51
GEORGE, Iowa — Holding Okoboji to four points in the third quarter, George-Little Rock claimed a seven-point Corn Belt Conference victory over the Pioneers.
Eric Schilling (21 points, 11 rebounds) and Matt Nagel (14 points, 14 rebounds) each had double-doubles to lead the Mustangs, who also received 14 points from Judd Rosenboom.
Keith Oskvig and Weston Burgeson paced Okoboji with 14 and 13 points, respectively.
G-LR (4-9) travels to Sibley Friday for a clash with the Sibley-Ocheyedan Generals, while Okoboji (1-12) hosts Sioux Center the same night.
Okoboji 15 10 4 22 — 51
G-LR 16 11 12 21 — 58
Sheldon 57, Spencer 42
SHELDON, Iowa — A strong second half lifted Sheldon to its second win in as many nights, as the Orabs pulled away from a slim 23-22 halftime edge to defeat Spencer by 15 points.
Matt Dykstra (18), Nate Oostra (16) and Dallas Ennema (11) each double figures for the Orabs, who improve to 8-3 with the win.
Sheldon returns to Siouxland Conference action Friday with a key game at Boyden-Hull.
Spencer 22 20 — 42
Sheldon 23 34 — 57
ML/B-O 64, Sleepy Eye 61
MOUNTAIN LAKE — Big games by the inside duo of Carter Kirk and Beau Herrig lifted Mountain Lake/Butterfield-Odin to a close three-point victory over Sleepy Eye Saint Mary’s in boys’ basketball action.
Kirk scored 23 points and pulled down 16 rebounds, while Herrig contributed 16 points and 14 rebounds for the Wolverines, who improved to 10-1 with the victory.
The Indians, who had an 11-point lead at halftime, are now 6-3.
ML/B-O plays at Fulda Thursday night.
SESM 36 25 — 61
ML/B-O 25 39 — 64