Spartans pass up Postville at All Iowa Attack tourney
AMES – Jack Stumberg went off for 19 points to help Grundy Center trounce Postville 64-45 in the 2015 High School Showcase hosted by the All Iowa Attack on Saturday.
Jordan Stoner had 12 points and 10 rebounds, Jarrett Stoner tallied 10 points and nine boards, and Bryce Flater had 10 points for the Spartans (7-10). Sam Thompson ignited the Spartans’ offense with nine assists.
Meskwaki Settlement 79, Dunkerton 33
MESKWAKI SETTLEMENT – The Meskwaki Settlement School boys basketball team’s record remained unblemished by a loss after the Warriors dominated Dunkerton 79-33 in Iowa Star Conference action Friday.
Allis Tahahwah paced the Warriors (13-0, 12-0) with 18 points and Royce Timberwolf added 15. Jarius Bear added 12 points, Jonas Bear scored 11 and Eammon Tahahwah added 10 points and pulled down a team-high six rebounds.
Brett Rathe and Bryce Rigdon led Dunkerton (5-7) with 12 points apiece.
South Hardin 69, Grundy Center 60
ELDORA – Grundy Center couldn’t recover from a slow start in a 69-60 defeat to NICL West Division opponent South Hardin Friday.
Jordan Stoner and Jack Stumberg combined to score 47 of the Spartans’ 60 points. Stoner spearheaded Grundy Center’s attack with 25 points and Stumberg added 22. Austin Burroughs dished out a team-high six assists and had four steals, while Stumberg pulled down a team-best seven rebounds.
Statistics were not available for South Hardin (9-5, 7-4).
South Tama 56, Marion 40
MARION – Despite getting a team-high 13 points from Darius Lasley, the South Tama boys basketball team suffered a 56-40 loss to Marion Friday in WaMaC West action.
Lasley was a paragon of efficiency on offense for the Trojans, drilling 5-of-8 shots, including two 3-pointers. He also corralled a team-high six rebounds and collected three steals. Grant Koch further bolstered the Trojans’ offense with eight points.
Marion’s Craig Engle paced the Indians with 14 points and Jacob Manderscheid tossed in 10. Deshaun Quinn led Marion (10-3, 6-2) with nine rebounds.
South Tama (4-10, 2-7) plays Tuesday at WaMaC West opponent Center Point-Urbana.
South Hardin 56, Grundy Center 54
GRUNDY CENTER- Sarah Boomgarden scored 18 points and drilled four 3-pointers to help the South Hardin girls basketball team pull out a 56-54 victory over Grundy Center in NICL West Division action Friday.
Kassidy Bunger added 10 points for the Tigers and Haley Lawrence chipped in eight.
Kayla Mathews paced Grundy Center with 18 points on 8-of-16 shooting and Katie Lindeman and Stephanie Faust each tossed in 12. Alyssa Mathews added 11 points and collected four steals, Lindeman grabbed 11 rebounds, Kayla Mathews had four assists and Faust came up with four steals.
Grundy Center (9-7, 6-5) plays East Marshall Friday in Le Grand in NICL West Division action and South Hardin (10-4, 9-2) plays host to NICL cross-division opponent Sumner-Fredericksburg Tuesday in Eldora.
AGWSR 48, Gladbrook-Reinbeck 45
ACKLEY – The AGWSR girls basketball team eked out a 48-45 victory over NICL West Division opponent Gladbrook-Reinbeck Friday.
Maddie Brandt scored 14 points and pulled down a team-high 11 rebounds for the Cougars and Megan Marlette complemented her teammate’s efforts with 12 points and four steals. AGWSR’s Becca Wiarda scored eight points and handed out five assists.
No Rebel statistics were available. Gladbrook-Reinbeck (6-8, 3-8) plays North Butler today in a non-conference game and the Cougars (8-7, 5-6) will entertain NICL East opponent Aplington-Parkersburg Tuesday.
South Tama 66, Marion 44
MARION – Tieranny Keahna scored a team-high 13 points and grabbed a team-best nine rebounds to lead the South Tama girls basketball team to a 66-44 rout over Marion Friday in WaMaC West action.
Chasia Shuckahosee scored eight points and Madie Bacon added seven for the Trojans.
South Tama (5-10, 4-5) plays WaMaC West opponent Center Point-Urbana Tuesday in Tama.