OKOBOJI, Iowa — The Sibley-Ocheyedan Generals opened the game’s scoring with safety in the second quarter and that same defense ended up pitching a shutout in an 8-0 non-district win over the Okoboji Pioneers Friday night.
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.
GEORGE, Iowa — Eric Schilling had 16 points and nine rebounds, Matt Nagel had 12 points and eight rebounds and Judd Rosenboom and Evan Voss each had nine points to lead George-Little Rock over Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 59-32 in the first round of the boys’ Class 1A District 4 basketball playoffs Monday.
ROCK RAPIDS, Iowa — Central Lyon (9-11) beat George-Little Rock (6-15) 54-48 in boys’ basketball action Tuesday behind 20 points from Ross Ackerman, 12 points from Kyler Huisman and 10 points from Jaren Schrick.
Tanner VerSteeg had 15 points, Eric Schilling had 14 points and Matt Nagel had 11 points for G-LR.
OKABENA — In a game which was closely-contested the entire 40 minutes, Hills-Beaver Creek prevailed in an overtime thriller Friday night, claiming a 70-65 victory over Southwest Star Concept in Red Rock Conference boys’ basketball action.
JACKSON — Whitney Burmeister’s double-double of 33 points and 16 rebounds paired with eight steals and four blocks led the Jackson County Central girls’ basketball team past Martin County West 68-55 Friday night.
ADRIAN — Devin Heitkamp scored 23 points and brought down five rebounds, Brett Heronimus had 14 points, nine rebounds and eight assists, Josh Slieter had 10 points and 10 rebounds and Matt Overgaard had 10 points to lead Luverne’s boys’ basketball team over Adrian 73-66 Monday.
SIBLEY, Iowa — Alyssa Hibbing scored on a putback with 5.3 seconds left to give Sibley-Ocheyedan a 48-47 win over George-Little Rock Friday in girls’ basketball action.
Hibbing had a double-double, scoring 18 points and hauling in 16 rebounds and Bridget Doeden had 12 points and 12 rebounds to help lead S-O (5-8).
Sarah Kruse had 15 points and Jessica Sandbulte had 14 points to lead G-LR (9-5).
FULDA — In a highly-anticipated Red Rock Conference high school girls’ basketball game Tuesday night between a pair of teams who were undefeated in league action, the red-hot Fulda Raiders dominated from beginning to end, claiming a 25-point victory over Southwest Christian, 87-62.
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