PREP BOYS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: H-LP cruises to semifinalsLAKE PARK, Iowa — The Harris-Lake Park boys’ basketball team continues to roll, advancing to the semifinals of the Class 1A, District 5 tournament with a 64-39 victory over Ruthven-Ayrshire/Graettinger-Terril Thursday night.
By: Daily Globe, Worthington Daily Globe
LAKE PARK, Iowa — The Harris-Lake Park boys’ basketball team continues to roll, advancing to the semifinals of the Class 1A, District 5 tournament with a 64-39 victory over Ruthven-Ayrshire/Graettinger-Terril Thursday night.
Eli Ihnen paced the Wolves with 17 points and six rebounds, while Brady Nissen added 16 points, Tanner Hiveley scored 11 points and Kade Heikens contributed six points and seven assists.
The win keeps H-LP perfect on the season with a 21-0 record.
The Wolves play their semifinal game Tuesday night at home against Newell-Fonda.
R-A/G-T 8 8 10 13 — 39
H-LP 20 20 12 12 — 64
G-LR 59, Trinity 39
HARTLEY, Iowa — Eric Schilling’s 18 points and eight rebounds led the George-Little Rock Mustangs to a quarterfinal win over Trinity Christian in the Class 1A, District 4 basketball tournament Thursday night.
Judd Rosenboom totaled 15 points and seven rebounds for the victors, while Tanner Ver Steg chipped in 13 points and Matt Nagel hauled down 12 rebounds.
The Mustangs improve to 8-16 on the season and travel to Rock Rapids Tuesday to play Central Lyon in the semifinals.
G-LR 15 15 14 15 — 59
Trinity 4 7 12 16 — 39
Luverne 68, Windom 67
WINDOM — Brandon Klein had 36 points, six rebounds and three steals to lead the Luverne Cardinals past the Windom Eagles in the Southwest Conference Thursday night.
Devin Heitkamp (three assists and two steals) and Brett Heronimus (five assists and three steals) added 14 and nine points, respectively, for Luverne (13-9, 5-7)
Josh Slieter grabbed six rebounds, while Alex Weis hauled in five boards for the Cardinals.
Lee Holt led Windom (14-7, 5-5) with 21 points and 11 rebounds, while Andy Pfeffer added 12 points and Trevor Cuppy had seven points and seven rebounds.
The Cardinals travels to Fairmont next Friday, while the Eagles host Tracy-Milroy-Balaton Tuesday.
Luverne 35 33 — 68
Windom 33 34 — 67