Brincks Exteriors Sports Report: Area Girls Basketball Goes 4-5 Tuesday Night


Girls Basketball Results for Tuesday, December 20th

Bondurant Farrar at Carroll

Carroll 50

Bondurant Farrar 49


The Carroll Tigers came up clutch when they needed to, and they were able to squeak past Bondurant Farrar with a buzzer beating shot.

Both teams were looking for their third win of the season while the Tigers were looking for their first conference win of the season. Both teams were going back and forth with the lead in the first quarter with six lead changes featured in the quarter. Katelyn Aden and Camryn Schable showed their range with a three-pointer each while Aubrie Haynes and Peyton Meyer both drained three-pointers as well. The Bluejays were able to hold on to a three-point lead at 12-9 heading into the second quarter. Aden showed her skills in the second quarter where she was able to get in the paint for six points and got her teammates cooking as well. Shay Sinnard and Shayn Aschinger were able to get some layups late in the quarter that got the Tigers ahead by three points at 25-22 at halftime. 

Aden led the Tigers with nine points while Camryn Schable had a pair of three-pointers for six points. Schable would prove to be the star of the game starting in the third quarter where she was untouchable from long range. She drained three three-pointers in the third quarter alone and led the way for the Tigers. The Bluejays were able to strike from a distance too, with Hannah Greene and Abbie Neville pulling up three-pointers to get Bondurant Farrar within a point of Carroll’s 38-37 lead going into the fourth quarter. Schable’s last three pointer was what kept them ahead at the end of the quarter. 

More back-and-forth ensued in the final eight minutes of the contest. Chesney Steenhoek had been trouble for the Tigers all game and she was clutch down the stretch with a late bucket to give the Bluejays the 49-48 lead with an and one attempt. She missed the and one attempt off the front of the rim that led to a scramble for the ball with Carroll being awarded possession off a jump ball. The Tigers with 8.5 seconds left got the ball into Aden who got it across half court to Schable, cut inside the lane and with two seconds left, put up a contested layup from the right block for the win 50-49. 

The Tigers improved to 3-5 overall on the season and 1-4 in the Raccoon River Conference. They return from the holiday break to take on Boone on Tuesday, January 3rd. 


Carroll Stats

Katelyn Aden: 13 Points, 4 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 4 Steals, 1 Block

Shayne Aschinger: 7 Points, 5 Rebounds, 1 Assist, 1 Steal

Camryn Schable: 18 Points, 7 Rebounds, 1 Steal

Madison Tunning: 4 Points, 7 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 4 Steals

Shay Sinnard: 5 Points, 2 Rebounds, 1 Assist, 2 Steals

Elizabeth Perkins: 2 Rebounds

Olivia Rowedder: 3 Points, 2 Rebounds, 1 Steal

Kennedy Thein: 2 Rebounds, 1 Assist


Teams        1      2     3     4      FINAL

BF             12    10   15    12    |   49

CARR          9    16   13    12    |   50


Kuemper at St Albert

St Albert 52

Kuemper 29


The Kuemper Knights had one last game on their schedule before the holiday break as they took on St Albert Tuesday night.

The undefeated St Albert Saints were trying to extend their streak to 9-0 and stay atop the Hawkeye 10 Conference while the Knights were trying to get above .500. In the first half, it looked like Kuemper was going to accomplish just that as they were able to match the Saints at 20-20 going into halftime. Kaci Peter and Frannie Glynn had solid performances with eight rebounds and eight points respectively. The second half was a completely different mood as the Saints took over completely. Kuemper was only able to get one point up on the board in the third quarter and nine total in the second half. St. Albert upped their intensity and got 32 points in the second half to come away with a 52-29 win. 

Other performances in this game include Cate Mayhall who had three steals and Glynn who also had seven rebounds on her stat line. The Knights fell to 4-5 overall on the season and 1-3 in the Hawkeye 10 Conference. Kuemper will return to action on Tuesday, January 3rd when they host Denison-Schleswig. 


Kuemper Stats

Cate Mayhall: 7 Points, 4 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 3 Steals

Elsa Tiefenthaler: 4 Points, 1 Rebound, 2 Assists, 1 Steal

Karsyn Overmohle: 4 Points, 1 Rebound, 1 Assist

Kaci Peter: 8 Rebounds, 1 Steal, 1 Block

Aubrey Heuton: 2 Points, 2 Rebounds

Lauren Boell: 4 Points, 4 Rebounds, 2 Steals

Frannie Glynn: 8 Points, 7 Rebounds, 1 Steal


Teams        1      2     3     4      FINAL

KUE            14      6     1       8    |   29

St Albert    14      6   13      19    |   52


South Central Calhoun at MVAOCOU

South Central Calhoun 62



The South Central Calhoun Titans closed out a great first half of their season as they were able to down MVAOCOU in a high scoring affair. 

The Titans, after falling to Storm Lake to start off the season, have been on a six-game winning streak with a recent win over Southeast Valley. MVAOCOU has seen similar success with a three-game winning streak cut short by a loss to Tri-Center. Both teams showed their abilities to score early in the first quarter where the Titans were out ahead by a score of 19-15. South Central Calhoun had to stay aware and keep their momentum up as MVAOCOU was putting up shot after shot. The Titans had the dynamic duo of Riley Batta and Kylee Schliesman leading their offense with 20+ point performances. The Titans held on at halftime with a 34-27 lead. 

The Rams were able to get closer to the Titans lead at the start of the second half. MVAOCOU cut down the seven-point lead down by a point to six as they trailed 48-42. That six-point lead would stay the same after a draw in the fourth quarter where both teams had put up 14 points, leaving South Central Calhoun with the 62-56 win. Titans’ Head Coach Curt Batta says this was a hard-fought win and they saw great contributions from their bench defensively. 

Batta and Schleisman both had double-doubles for the Titans, Batta had 20 points and team high 12 rebounds, while Schleisman had a team high 23 points and 10 assists. The Titans improve to 6-1 and extend their winning streak to six wins heading into the holiday season. They will return to the court on Monday, January 2nd when they travel to take on OABCIG. 


South Central Calhoun Stats

Sophie McKinney: 3 Points, 1 Assist

Riley Batta: 20 Points, 12 Rebounds, 6 Assists, 4 Steals

Brenna McAlister: 12 Points, 6 Rebounds, 1 Assist, 4 Steals

Kylee Schliesman: 23 Points, 5 Rebounds, 10 Assists, 3 Steals

Breanne Patterson: 2 Rebounds

Olivia Toms: 2 Rebounds

Mia Babcock: 4 Points, 5 Rebounds, 1 Steal


Teams               1      2     3     4      FINAL

SCC                  19    15   14   14    |   62

MVAOCOU     15    12   15   14    |   56


West Harrison at Ar-We-Va

Ar-We-Va 55

West Harrison 42


The Ar-We-Va Rockets picked up their second victory of the season and in the conference Tuesday night as they hosted West Harrison. 

The Rockets started off with a great start in the first quarter, keeping West Harrison to five points while they started with a 15-5 lead. The Rockets took a step back in the second quarter and allowed the Hawkeyes to get back in the game with 16 second quarter points. Ar-We-Va held on to a close 27-21 lead at halftime. Ar-We-Va Head Coach Jeremy Smith says Maggie Ragaller was huge, controlling the ball towards the end of the game and other players made clutch shots down the stretch. Ragaller ended up with 17 points, seven assists, and five steals.

West Harrison continued to claw back in the game and outscored the Rockets 15-10 in the third quarter to trail 37-36 going into the fourth quarter. Coach Smith says their press defense started to click towards the end of the third quarter and entering the fourth quarter. In the final eight minutes of the game, Delaney Schurke, Amber Ragaller, and Emma Lieting all hit crucial shots that gave the Rockets the advantage. Ar-We-Va ended up with 20 points in the fourth quarter and came away with the 55-42 win. 

Schurke ended up with 16 points, Ragaller had five and Lieting had six. Kora Obrecht led the team with 10 rebounds. The Rockets improved their record to 2-4 overall and 2-3 in the Rolling Valley Conference. The game against Westwood Sloan on Thursday, December 22nd has been canceled. They will take the floor after the holiday break on Tuesday, January 3rd when they host Paton Churdan.  


Ar-We-Va Stats

Maggie Ragaller: 17 Points, 4 Rebounds, 7 Assists, 5 Steals

Jamie Hausman: 2 Points, 2 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 1 Steal

Delaney Schurke: 16 Points, 1 Assist, 2 Steals

Kora Obrecht: 5 Points, 10 Rebounds, 2 Steals

Kallie Bromert: 2 Points, 1 Rebound

Sammy Hinners: 2 Points, 5 Rebounds

Amber Ragaller: 5 Points, 4 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 1 Steal

Emma Lieting: 6 Points, 1 Rebound


Teams         1      2     3     4      FINAL

WH             5    16   15     6    |   42

AWV         15    12   10   20    |   55


IKM-Manning at Missouri Valley 

IKM-Manning 56

Missouri Valley 36


IKM-Manning fell down early but rallied to lead at the end of the 1st quarter, then dominated the 2nd quarter on their way to their third victory this season. This was a really good team win for the Wolves heading into the holiday break with Thursday’s game postponed. The Wolves had a number of players contribute to the win. 

Missouri Valley scored the first-four points of the game. Morgan Hanson scored 5 straight points, pulling the Wolves within two points. Taylor Beckendorf tied the game at 7, Hanson scored again to put the Wolves up 9-7. After a Kaitlynn Spoelstra free throw, Morgan Hanson hit a three and IKM-Manning led 13-7 early in the 2nd quarter. The lead grew to 10, at 19-9 after a pair of free throws from Taylor Beckendorf and a bucket by Anna Stangl. Mabel Langel extended the lead to 11 twice, then Taylor Beckendorf made it a 13-point lead at 26-13. Morgan Hanson scored the final six points of the half and IKM-Manning was in control at half, up 32-14. 

Kaitlynn Spoelstra and Emmie Ring drained back-to-back 3’s to start the 3rd, giving the Wolves their biggest lead at 25. Missouri Valley scored 7 straight, pulling within 39-21 but the Wolves answered with a 7-0 run, extending the lead back to 25. IKM-Manning maintained the lead between 19 and 23 the rest of the game. 

Morgan Hanson led the Wolves in scoring with 18 points along with 3 steals. Mabel Langel had a double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds. Taylor Beckendorf added a 9-point, 8 rebound game and Kaitlynn Spoelstra added 5 rebounds and 4 steals. She got her hands on a number of passes that stopped advantages for Missouri Valley. She also made several nice passes that nearly turned into assists. 

The Wolves enter the holiday break at 3-4 overall and 3-2 in the Western Iowa Conference. 


IKM-Manning Stats

Morgan Hanson: 18 Points, Rebound, Assist, 3 Steals 

Emmie Ring: 4 Points, 3 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 3 Steals 

Kaitlynn Spoelstra: 4 Points, 5 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 4 Steals 

Mabel Langel: 16 Points, 11 Rebounds, 2 Assists, Steal 

Taylor Beckendorf: 9 Points, 8 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 2 Steals 

Alikxa McGinn: 3 Rebound

Anna Stangl: 4 Points, 4 Rebounds, 2 Assists

Emma Branning: 1 Assist

Laynie Gawley: 1 Point


Box Score

Teams           1      2       3       4      Final

IKM-M        10    22     14    10  |    56

Mo Valley     7      7       9     13  |    36


Audubon at LoMa

LoMa 55

Audubon 25


The Audubon Wheelers had another tough conference matchup to finish up their first half of the season as they traveled to take on LoMa on Tuesday.

The Wheelers in the first quarter found ways to keep up with the Panthers and were only down four points at 16-12 entering the second quarter. LoMa flipped a switch in the second quarter and didn’t let anything get past their defense. LoMa went on a 22-0 scoring run in the second quarter to lead 38-12 at halftime. In the second half, the Wheelers got back on the saddle and were able to hold their own, outscoring the Panthers 7-5, but still trailed 43-19. The Panthers in the final eight minutes put up another 12 points and finished out the game with a 55-25 win at home. 

For the Wheelers, Madison Steckler came away with a team high 10 points with Sienna Albertsen close behind with seven. The Wheelers return from the holiday break to host Ar-We-Va on Thursday, January 5th. 


Audubon Stats

Audrey Jensen: 3 Points

Madison Steckler: 10 Points

Kade Sporrer: 5 Points

Sienna Albertsen: 7 Points


Teams           1      2     3     4      FINAL

AUD            12      0     7     6    |   25

LOMA         16    22     5   12    |   55


East Sac at SE Valley

Southeast Valley 70

East Sac 37


The East Sac Raiders were unable to stop a high scoring Southeast Valley team Tuesday night. 

The Jaguars were with the Raiders in the Twin Lakes Conference, looking for their first win in the conference. Southeast Valley looked to have all the answers offensively in the first half, putting up 46 points compared to East Sac’s 18. The surprise of the night came from East Sac where Sarah Bontrager was able to lead the team with 12 points off the bench. She had some solid back up with Makenna Steiger who had nine points for the Raiders. In the second half, the Jaguars kept piling on the points with 15 in the third quarter and a final nine points to end it with a final winning score of 70-37. 

The Raiders will return from the holiday break on Tuesday, January 3rd to host Woodbury Central. 


East Sac Stats

Makenna Steiger: 9 Points, 1 Rebound, 3 Assists, 2 Steals, 1 Block

Jen Aschinger: 5 Points, 2 Rebounds, 1 Assist, 1 Steal

Mary Bontrager: 2 Points, 2 Rebounds, 1 Assist, 1 Block

Lilly Boeckman: 2 Rebounds

Kendall Quirk: 4 Points, 6 Rebounds, 1 Assist, 2 Steals, 1 Block

Chloe Bieret: 2 Points, 1 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 2 Steals

Sarah Bontrager: 12 Points, 1 Rebound, 1 Assist, 1 Steal

Addisen Ehler: 3 Points, 1 Rebound, 1 Assist

Tristin Ludwig: 1 Rebound

Anna McCollough: 2 Rebounds, 1 Steal


Teams        1      2     3     4      FINAL

ESC             7    11     8    11    |   37

SEV           27    19   15     9    |   70


CAM Anita at Coon Rapids Bayard

CAM Anita 56

Coon Rapids Bayard 31


The Coon Rapids Bayard Crusaders kept up well with the CAM Anita Cougars in the first quarter Tuesday, but the Cougars took over from the second quarter on. 

The Crusaders were looking to win game number five on the season while CAM was looking to stay in the top portion of the Rolling Valley Conference, ahead of Coon Rapids Bayard. The Crusaders looked to play the spoilers as they were able to get out to a 10-8 lead going into the second quarter. Past that point, it was all Cougars offensively. CAM Anita got back on track and were able to outscore the Crusaders 15-3 in the second quarter and take the lead at 23-13 at halftime. Breeley Clayburg led the Crusaders in this game with a 12-point, 13 rebound double-double with Malia Clayburg almost getting the same with nine points and nine rebounds. 

The Cougars in the second half didn’t slow down at all and even improved in the third quarter. They’d go 20-9 in the third and 13-9 in the fourth and final quarter to come away with a 55-42 win over Coon Rapids Bayard. The Crusaders had only 18 points in the second half. They will fall to 4-3 overall on the season and 2-2 in the Rolling Valley Conference. After the holiday break, the Crusaders will be on the road at Boyer Valley on Tuesday, January 3rd. 


Coon Rapids Bayard Stats

Breeley Clayburg: 12 Points, 13 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 1 Steal

Malia Clayburg: 9 Points, 9 Rebounds, 6 Steals, 1 Block

Lydia Hofbauer: 8 Points, 3 Rebounds, 1 Assist

Shelbi Wiskus: 2 Points, 1 Rebound, 1 Steal

Magen Gray: 3 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 5 Steals

Anna Hart: 3 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 3 Steals

Aubrey Hofbauer: 1 Rebounds, 1 Assist, 1 Steal


Teams     1      2     3     4      FINAL

CAM        8    15   20   13    |   42

CRB        10      3     9     9    |   55


Glidden Ralston at Woodbine

Woodbine 71

Glidden Ralston 46


The Glidden Ralston Wildcats close out the first half of their season with a tough loss to conference opponent Woodbine Tuesday night.

The Wildcats were on a four-game winning streak before losing to Ar-We-Va and Woodbine has seen similar success with a six-game winning streak to stay atop the conference standings with Exira-EHK. In the first quarter, the Tigers were able to get 21 points on the board and led 21-13 entering the second quarter. The Wildcats were able to slow the Tigers down a bit and kept them to 15 points while they were only three points behind with 12. The Tigers kept their lead alive at 36-25 going into halftime. Tiela Janssen has had a few big performances this week and adds to it with a 12-point game against Woodbine. Kassidy Wenck off the bench had a solid performance with 12 points to tie Janssen with the team high in this game.

The start of the second half went the way of Woodbine where the Tigers got out 19-7 in the third quarter to keep their lead alive at 55-32. While Glidden Ralston was able to close out the game only being outscored by two points at 16-14, two big quarters by Woodbine were enough to give the Tigers the 71-46 victory. 

The Wildcats fall to 4-4 overall on the season and 3-3 in the Rolling Valley Conference. They return to action following the holiday break to host CAM Anita on Tuesday, January 3rd. 


Glidden Ralston Stats

Vanessa Koehler: 8 Points

Tiela Janssen: 12 Points

Paige Klocke: 10 Points

Brileigh Bock: 1 Point

Ashtyn Klocke: 3 Points

Kassidy Wenck: 12 Points


Teams         1      2     3     4      FINAL

GR                13    12     7   14    |   46

WOOD         21    15   19   16    |   71

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