Dons drop Wolverines at home

GILBERTVILLE – Senior Jacob Burt had 16 points but the GMG boys’ basketball team fell to Don Bosco in a 60-39 defeat on the road Tuesday night.

Burt was the only one in double figures for GMG (3-11, 1-5 Iowa Star). Junior Conner Stonewall was close with nine points and junior Garret Groth five. Sophomore Evan Espenschied led the Wolverines with four rebounds.

The Dons (9-4, 8-2 Iowa Star) held a 30-17 lead at halftime and continued on their rout by putting up 21 points in the third quarter, going up 51-28.

Warriors best Redhawks on the road

TRAER – Jarius Bear and Allis Tahahwah each had 20-plus points in the Meskwaki Warriors’ win on the road at North Tama on Tuesday night.

Bear tallied 25 points on nine field goals, including 3-of-6 from 3-point land in the Warriors’ (13-1, 12-1 Iowa Star) win. Tahahwah had 21 points and shot 50 percent from the floor. Terrell Grant had six rebounds to lead the Warriors.

Despite trailing 63-38 after three quarters, the Redhawks (5-10, 5-8 Iowa Star) outscored the Warriors 20-8 in the fourth quarter in their attempted comeback.

SH-BCLUW splits home triangular

CONRAD – The South Hardin-BCLUW wrestling team was able to hold on for a 65-12 win against Twin Cedars on Tuesday night, but fell 61-18 to Sumner-Fredericksburg.

Forfeits helped the Storm earn seven-straight matches against Twin Cedars before their first loss. SH-BCLUW only suffered two match losses to Twin Cedars.

The Storm ran up against two ranked opponenets in their battle with Sumner-Fredericksburg. At 145 pounds, James Kime started things off with a foreit win. He’s ranked No. 7 in his weight class. Then, Ryland Duchane lost by a 13-4 major decision to the No. 3 wrestler at the 152-pound weight class in Karsean Seehase.

The Storm were able to get three wins with Ian Showers, Coby Willett and Josiah Darrow at weight classes 113, 120 and 126 at the end of the night.