SPORTS SHORTS: Bobcats bounced by No. 10 Jaguars
ANKENY — Freshman Madi Finch had four points and junior Kassey Vest had two, but that was all Marshalltown could muster up in a 67-6 loss against Class 5A No. 10 Ankeny Centennial on Monday night.
The Bobcats (0-4) found themselves down 17-2 after the first quarter, and were held scoreless through the first half. With a 44-2 deficit at halftime, Marshalltown grabbed four more points in the third quarter while Ankeny Centennial (3-1) put up 12 more.
Vest had four of the Bobcats 12 rebounds, while Finch had three and senior Vanessa Vergara had two boards.
Marshalltown plays in back-to-back games with a home game against Newton tonight, and a home game against Fort Dodge on Friday.
South Hardin girls get past Hudson
HUDSON — Paige Harrell had 15 and Kiera Anderson poured on 11 more in the South Hardin girls’ basketball team’s win against Hudson on Monday night, 64-47.
Harrell and Anderson each had four rebounds as well, while Emma Gourley had nine points and four boards, helping the 26 rebounds for the Tigers (3-2).
Miquela Teske led the Tigers with five rebounds and tied Harrell for a team-high five assists. Senior starter Nina Priske had eight points and four boards as well.
Tahahwah, Warriors handle Redhawks
TRAER — Grace Tahahwah led the way for the Meskwaki girls’ basketball team Monday night with 14 points and 2-for-5 3-pointers, as the Warriors defeated Iowa Star foe North Tama 55-26.
Tahahwah had nine steals, seven assists and five rebounds to help the Warriors (2-3, 1-3 Iowa Star South) to a win.
Abigail Iron Shell had 12 points on 17 attempted field goals and seven rebounds, while Tori Lasley led the Warriors with 10 rebounds and six points. Delicia Guevara had nine points and six rebounds.
Stormin’ Pointers push past STC girls
CENTER POINT — The South Tama County girls’ basketball team had bursts in the second and fourth quarter, but couldn’t get it done at Class 3A No. 5 Center Point-Urbana, losing 68-38 on Monday night.
Jessica Musgrave had 13 points and a team-high five assists (with four rebounds) to lead the Trojans (1-4) in the loss.
Kaitlin Berger and Sadie Smith each had six point and Minnie Climer had five as well. Senior Shae Slaven had a team-best five rebounds.
Wolverines outlast host Don Bosco
GILBERTVILLE — Blaire Sonderleiter and McKensie Vaske led the way for the GMG girls’ basketball team with 12 points apiece and the Wolverines beat Don Bosco on the road 57-34 on Tuesday night.
Josie Claassen had eight more and Kelsey Vaverka had seven point, while Madi Krull had six in the win for the Wolverines (2-3, 2-1 Iowa Star South). Don Bosco (0-4, 0-3 Iowa Star South) was led by Maddie Huff with 12 points.
GMG hosts Waterloo Christian on Friday night, tipping off at 6:30 p.m.
Trojan boys run win streak to three
TAMA — After dropping its first game of the year to Grinnell, the South Tama County boys’ basketball team is on a three-game win streak, making Center Point-Urbana its latest victim in a 64-59 win at home.
Clayton Rosenberger went for 19 points, while Gabe Shields went for 15 in the Trojans (3-1) win on Monday. Junior Lane Koch had seven points and a team-high seven rebounds for STC.
Justus Ward dished out a team-best four dimes and both Rosenberger and Shields had for steals in the win.
AGWSR nets NICL West win at BCLUW
CONRAD — The BCLUW boys got off to a sluggish start and couldn’t quite recover in the latter half, falling to NICL West foe AGWSR 59-37 on Monday.
Clay Silver had 19 points on 3-for-5 shooting from the arc, and Troy Dolphin had 11 more in the Comets’ (0-3, 0-2) loss. BCLUW was down 31-11 at the break, but came back to put up 26 points in the second half.
Silver also had a team-high 11 rebounds, giving him a double-double on the night. Jonny Neff had four points and Chase Luethje had three points on a made 3-pointer.
Pirates slip past South Hardin boys
HUDSON — Cauy Teske had 12 points and Cade Spieker had 10 as Hudson barely escaped South Hardin on Monday night, handing the Tigers a 49-46 loss on the road.
Teske was 4-for-6 from the 3-point arc and Spieker grabbed a team-high eight rebounds in the loss. Jacob Vander Wilt had six points and three assists for the Tigers (1-3).
South Hardin (1-3) will head to Roland-Story tonight to seek a bounce-back win, while coming back home for a NICL West match on Friday against Gladbrook-Reinbeck.