Brincks Exteriors Sports Report: Tuesday Was A Tough Night for SCC and CRB Boys

Boys Playoff Basketball Results Tuesday, February 22nd 

South Central Calhoun Vs Roland Story- Class 2A District 5 Final 

Roland Story 80

South Central Calhoun 41


It was not South Central Calhoun’s night as they didn’t shoot well early and had a tough time containing Roland Story on the boards and when the Norseman leaked out for easy baskets. Tyler Lightner hit a driving layup to tie the game at 2, then Joshua Dietrich sank a pair of free throws, tying the game at 4. Roland Story responded with a 15-0 run and led 23-6 after the 1st quarter. The Titans came out more aggressive on the offensive glass in the 2nd quarter but still couldn’t get shots to fall. Gavin Batta knocked down a shot off an offensive rebound, and Eli Wheelock found Ethan Myers for a three but the Titans still trailed 30-11. South Central Calhoun started the game in a 2-3 zone, shifted to man-to-man and a 1-3-1 but struggled to slow down Jonovan Wilkenson and Isaia Naylor. They finished the game with 28 and 26 respectively and had 19 and 15 at half. The Titans were down 44-22 at half. Roland Story didn’t slow down in the 3rd quarter, outscoring the Titans 17-12, taking a 27 point lead into the 4th quarter. The lead eventually grew to 42 in the closing moments.

The Titans shot just 31.2% from the field and were 4-20 from three. Joshua Dietrich had a team  high 13 points and 10 rebounds but struggled to get going on the inside until the 2nd half. Gavin Batta added 10 points.

The loss ends the Titans season at 17-6.

South Central Calhoun Stats

Joe Clark 4 Points, 2 Rebounds, 2 Assists, Block

Joshua Dietrich 13 Points, 10 Rebounds, Block

Gavin Batta 10 P0ints, 4 Rebounds, 2 Assists

Eli Wheelock 2 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 2 Steals, Block

Tyler Lightner 4 Points, Assist, Steal

Antonio Sanders 3 Rebounds

Ethan Myers 5 Points, Assist

Kadynn Isaacs 2 Points

Aiden Westcott 3 Points


Box Score

Teams       1       2     3     4     Final

SCC              6      16    12     7        41

RS               23     21    17    19       80


Coon Rapids Bayard vs West Harrison – Class 1A District 16 Final

West Harrison 75

Coon Rapids Bayard 40


The Coon Rapids Bayard’s season came to a crushing end as they faced off against the Rolling Valley Conference champions West Harrison in Denison Tuesday night.

The Crusaders had a solid start to the game, getting out 4-0 over the Hawkeyes and keeping a good pace. That lead was overtaken by West Harrison at 8-7 thanks to Walker Rife hitting back to back threes, but was taken back with a three pointer from Easton Hays at 10-8. The Crusaders were able to keep the Hawkeyes scoring to a minimum, but still had some troubles with West Harrison attacking the basket well. At the end of the first quarter, West Harrison tied the ball game at 12 points. Rife for the Hawkeyes led all players with six points while Hays and Gabe Obert led the Crusaders with three points. West Harrison’s offense started to take off as they put down another two three pointers and had Mason King go four-for-four from the free throw line. Coon Rapids Bayard’s offense still had some good production, going up against the triangle-and-two defense the Hawkeye were setting up in. Tanner Oswald drained a three pointer to keep his offense alive. Despite a decent half from Coon Rapids Bayard, West Harrison stayed ahead 30-22 at the halftime. Hays, Obert, Oswald, and Lance Clayburg all had five points in the first half.

The Hawkeyes were automatic in the third quarter and left no room for Coon Rapids Bayard to get back in the contest. West Harrison put up 30 points in the quarter and sank four three pointers with Rife, King, Mason McIntosh, and Sage Evans draining a triple. The Crusaders had troubles with fouls and turnovers in the third quarter and couldn’t find the answers to the Hawkeyes quick turnaround offensively. West Harrison led 60-30 heading into the fourth quarter. In the final eight minutes of the contest, the Hawkeyes stayed out ahead with their passing in the half court and keeping the ball away from Coon Rapids Bayard. The Hawkeyes’ dominant third quarter push allowed them to come away with the 75-40 victory.

Obert led the team with 13 points in the game while he had some nice help from Hays with nine points. Clayburg had a solid night with five points and six rebounds. The Crusader’s season will come to an end with a final record of 17-6.

Coon Rapids Bayard Stats

Easton Hays: 9 Points, 1 Rebound, 3 Assists, 1 Block

Gabe Obert: 13 Points, 2 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 1 Steal

Tanner Oswald: 5 Points, 4 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 1 Steal, 1 Block

Raiden Doty: 2 Points, 3 Rebounds

Lance Clayburg: 5 Points, 6 Rebounds, 1 Assist

Omarion Floyd: 1 Rebound

Corey Heithoff: 1 Point, 1 Rebound

Parker Hays: 1 Point

Kolby Culbertson: 1 Rebound

Cade Behrens: 4 Points


Teams        1      2     3     4    Final

CRB             12     10    8    10      40

WH              12    18    30   15      75




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