Brincks Exteriors Sports Report: Area Girls’ Basketball Teams Go 3-5 Tuesday Night


Girls Basketball Results for Tuesday, January 31st, 2023

Carroll at Bondurant Farrar

Bondurant Farrar 51

Carroll 47


After a back and forth first half, the final eight minutes of Carroll against Bondruant Farrar were just as intense as the Tigers took on the Bluejays Tuesday night.

The Tigers in their last game against the Bluejays were able to come away with a last second layup to win it 50-49. The second go around was just as close between these teams. Carroll was able to keep a tight lead in the first quarter with the 14-9 lead thanks to Katelyn Aden knocking down a pair of three pointers to lead the Tigers in scoring. Bondurant Farrar was eventually able to take the lead with nine seconds left in the first half. They went on a 6-0 run to end the second quarter and led 24-22 at halftime. Aden and Camryn Schable both led the Tigers in the first half with six points. 

The back and forth continued in the second half as Carroll attempted to grab the lead back from Bondurant Farrar. The Tigers at one point were down by seven points and were able to score the last five points of the third quarter to get within two points at 35-33 going into the fourth quarter. Shay Sinnard quickly got her offense going in the second half as she jumped to lead the Tigers with 10 points in the game so far, five points in the third quarter alone. In the final quarter, Carroll was down by six points with 30 seconds left before Madison Tunning stole an inbound pass and got a quick layup. Carroll had the ball back with under 20 seconds left down by four points but were unable to take advantage of the opportunity. Bondurant Farrar was able to get the slight advantage this time and win by a final score of 51-47. 

Shay Sinnard ended up leading the Tigers with 12 points on the night. Camryn Schable led with six rebounds and added six points. Katelyn Aden had nine points on the night and had two blocks. The loss drops the Tigers to 7-10 overall on the season and 4-6 in the Raccoon River Conference. Carroll is back in action on Friday, February 3rd when they host Boone. 


Carroll Stats

Shay Sinnard: 12 Points, 6 Rebounds, 2 Steals

Katelyn Aden: 9 Points, 2 Assists, 2 Steals, 2 Blocks

Shayne Aschinger: 6 Points, 5 Rebounds

Camryn Schable: 6 Points, 6 Rebounds, 3 Steals

Madison Tunning: 6 Points, 4 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 3 Steals


Box Score

Teams         1     2     3     4      FINAL

CARR         14     8   11   14   |   47

BF                9   15   11   16   |   51


#14 South Central Calhoun at SE Valley

South Central Calhoun 64

SE Valley 25


The South Central Calhoun Titans put their loss to Newell Fonda in the rear-view mirror as they were able to cruise past Southeast Valley Tuesday night on the road. 

South Central Calhoun remains in the top 15 this week at number 14 and showed up big time against the Jaguars, who have been unable to pick up a win in the Twin Lakes Conference. The Titans got off to a great start, showing off their scoring and defensive talents by getting up 18-0 after the first quarter. They followed that up with 20 more points in the second quarter while keeping Southeast Valley to just seven points to lead 38-7 at halftime. Kylee Schliesman has been a floor general for the Titans all season long, but tonight she commanded from three-point range, going 5-9 from long range while also going 4-4 from the charity stripe. As a team, the Titans went 12-16 from the free throw line. 

The Jaguars tried to mount a big comeback in the second half, starting off by only being outscored by one point at 14-13 in the third quarter, but still trailed 52-20. South Central Calhoun used the final eight minutes to get other players some time on the floor as they cruised to a 64-25 victory.

Riley Batta had herself another double-double on the season with 24 points and 16 rebounds, which sets a new single game rebounding record for the Titans, while going 10-14 on the floor. Schleisman led the team with 27 points, six assists, and four steals and also set a new record of most career made three pointers in Titans history. The win elevates the Titans to 13-4 overall on the season and 7-3 in the Twin Lakes Conference. They are back home on Friday, February 3rd when they take on Manson NW Webster. 


South Central Calhoun Stats

Sophie McKinney: 1 Steal

Riley Batta: 24 Points, 16 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 2 Steals, 1 Block

Brenna McAlister: 2 Points, 3 Rebounds, 1 Steal

Kylee Schliesman: 27 Points, 2 Rebounds, 6 Assists, 4 Steals

Breanne Patterson: 4 Points, 3 Rebounds, 2 Steals

Morgan McChesney: 1 Rebound

Olivia Toms: 1 Point, 2 Steals

Adlen Wheelock: 1 Point, 1 Rebound

Claire Riat: 5 Points, 2 Rebounds, 2 Steals

Mia Babcock: 1 Steal


Box Score

Teams          1     2     3     4      FINAL 

SCC            18   20   14   12   |   64

SEV              0     7   13     5   |    25


Ar-We-Va at West Harrison

Ar-We-Va 53

West Harrison 45


The Ar-We-Va Rockets were able to snap a long four game losing streak as they got past a struggling West Harrison team Tuesday night. 

The Rockets were able to get past the Hawkeyes earlier in the season on December 13th where they won 55-42. This game had almost the same number of points, but still the same outcome. The Rockets got off to a slow start as they’d find themselves down 11-10 after the first quarter and eventually down seven points at 26-19 at halftime. Ar-We-Va Head Coach Jeremy Smith says the intensity wasn’t there for the Rockets in the first half, but they upped that energy a lot in the second half. 

The Rockets were able to overcome that seven-point deficit and get ahead by two points at 37-35 heading into the fourth quarter. Coach Smith says his team identified West Harrison’s scorers a lot better and played harder on the press, along with hitting their free throws down the stretch. In the fourth quarter the Rockets left nothing behind them as they went on to have a 16-9 final eight minutes of scoring to come away with the 53-45 win. 

Maggie Ragaller once again led the Rockets with 22 points and seven steals. Jamie Hausman had a strong performance with 12 points, five rebounds, three assists, and three steals. Kora Obrecht and Delaney Schurke both had eight points. The win elevates the Rockets to 6-10 overall on the season and 5-9 in the Rolling Valley Conference. They are off until Thursday, February 2nd when they host LoMa. 


Ar-We-Va Stats

Maggie Ragaller: 22 Points, 1 Rebound, 1 Assist, 7 Steals

Jamie Hausman: 12 Points, 5 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 3 Steals, 1 Block

Delaney Schurke: 8 Points, 3 Rebounds

Kora Obrecht: 8 Points, 5 Rebounds, 1 Steal

Kallie Bromert: 1 Rebound

Sammy Hinners: 2 Points, 2 Rebounds, 1 Steal, 1 Block

Amber Ragaller: 2 Rebounds

Emma Lieting: 1 Point, 2 Rebounds, 1 Steal

Makayla Schrad: 1 Rebound


Box Score

Teams         1     2     3     4      FINAL

AWV          10     9   18   16   |   53

WH            11   15   10     9   |   45


Missouri Valley at IKM-Manning

IKM-Manning 53

Missouri Valley 22


The IKM-Manning Wolves were able to snap a long five-game losing streak as they were able to easily get past Missouri Valley Tuesday night. 

The Wolves got off to a nice start and never gave up their lead. They’d get up 14-6 after the first quarter and end up ahead by 22-11. Abby Neiheisel and Mabel Langel had solid games for the Wolves, putting up a combined 27 points. Missouri Valley’s woes continued in the second half as IKM-Manning shut them down with a 21-3 third quarter. All IKM-Manning had to do in the fourth quarter was run out the clock and they were awarded with the 53-22 win.

Neiheisel led the Wolves with 14 points and five steals while Morgan Hanson led the team with 12 points. The win elevates the Wolves to 6-12 overall on the season and 6-7 in the Western Iowa Conference. They are on the road on Thursday, February 2nd when they take on Boyer Valley. 


IKM-Manning Stats

Morgan Hanson: 5 Points, 12 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 2 Steals

Abby Neiheisel: 14 Points, 7 Rebounds, 1 Assist, 5 Steals

Emmie Ring: 9 Points, 2 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 1 Steal

Taylor Beckendorf: 4 Points, 1 Rebound, 2 Steals

Ali McGinn: 3 Points, 3 Rebounds, 1 Assist, 2 Steals

Anna Stangl: 2 Points, 3 Rebounds, 5 Assists

Mabel Langel: 13 Points, 7 Rebounds, 4 Steals

Emma Branning: 2 Rebounds, 1 Assist

McKenna Benton: 3 Points


Box Score

Teams         1     2     3     4      FINAL

MV              6     5     3     8   |   22

IKM           14     8   21   10   |   53


Coon Rapids Bayard at CAM Anita

CAM Anita 45

Coon Rapids Bayard 30


The Coon Rapids Bayard Crusaders kept the first half close against CAM Anita, but the Cougars had other plans in the second half Tuesday night. 

The Crusaders were on a bit of a winning streak going into this game, winning four of their last five games and recently getting past Boyer Valley and Ar-We-Va. CAM Anita were back and forth in their last five games, winning three of them defeating Boyer Valley, West Harrison, and Paton Churdan. In Tuesday’s contest, the Cougars were able to get out to a 4-0 start and stayed ahead at 9-4. Before the quarter was done, the Crusaders had a nice surge that kept the game within four points at 11-7. CAM Anita would get ahead 16-11 in the second quarter, and both teams would go radio silent. Coon Rapids Bayard broke the silence with a bucket to cut the deficit down to three points at 16-13 by halftime. Breeley and Malia Clayburg once again were a dynamic duo for the Crusaders and led the team in points, rebounds, and steals. 

The Cougars started to inch farther and farther away from the Crusaders, starting off with a 6-0 scoring run in the third quarter to be up 22-13. The Crusaders would get five points on the board in that quarter and were down 32-18 entering the fourth quarter. CAM Anita had another scoring run to start off the fourth quarter, going 5-2 to lead 37-20 and they used that to stay ahead for good. The Cougars ultimately won with a final score of 45-30.

Malia Clayburg got herself another double-double on the season with 12 points and 12 rebounds. Breeley Clayburg led the team with seven steals and added 10 rebounds. The loss drops the Crusaders to 11-7 overall on the season and 8-6 in the Rolling Valley Conference. They are back in action on Thursday, February 2nd when they travel to take on ACGC. 


Coon Rapids Bayard Stats

Malia Clayburg: 12 Points, 12 Rebounds, 1 Assist, 3 Steals, 1 Block

Breeley Clayburg: 7 Points, 10 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 7 Steals

Lydia Hofbauer: 4 Points, 1 Rebound, 3 Assist, 4 Steals

Ella Heithoff: 3 Points, 1 Rebound, 2 Steals

Anna Hart: 2 Points, 1 Rebound, 1 Assist, 3 Steals

Mya Downing: 2 Points, 1 Steal


Box Score

Teams         1     2     3     4      FINAL

CRB              7    6      5   12   |   30

CAM          11     5   16   13   |   45


#9 Pocahontas Area at East Sac

Pocahontas Area 72

East Sac 36


The East Sac Raiders had a nice first half, but it was incomparable to what Pocahontas Area was able to do Tuesday night. 

The Indians have been on the rise in the Twin Lakes Conference, knocking off South Central Calhoun to take over the second-place spot in the conference while East Sac saw some success in the last five games and were looking to improve with each game. In the first half, the Raiders were able to get 26 points on the board, but with the scorers that the Indians have, Pocahontas Area was able to put up 44 points and lead 44-26 at halftime. The only East Sac player to cross double digit points was Sarah Bontrager who ended up with 10 points off the bench. 

In the second half, it was much the same for the Indians, another 24-point performance in the third quarter while East Sac was kept to just four points. The Indians chewed off the remainder of the clock in the fourth quarter and came away with a 72-36 win. The loss drops the Raiders to 4-14 overall on the season and 2-8 in the Twin Lakes Conference. They will be home on Friday, February 3rd when they host SE Valley. 


East Sac County Stats

Makenna Steiger: 6 Points, 3 Rebounds, 1 Assist

Jen Aschinger: 3 Points, 2 Rebounds, 4 Assists

Mary Bontrager: 9 Points, 3 Rebounds, 2 Assists

Addisen Ehler: 2 Rebounds

Kendall Quirk: 6 Points, 7 Rebounds, 1 Assist

Chloe Bieret: 1 Rebound, 2 Assists

Sarah Bontrager: 10 Points, 2 Rebounds, 1 Assist

Costanza Rosati: 2 Rebounds, 2 Blocks


Box Score

Teams         1     2     3     4      FINAL

POC           21   23   24    4   |   72

ESC            10   16     4     6   |   36


#10 Woodbine at Glidden Ralston 

Woodbine 63

Glidden Ralston 37


The Glidden Ralston Wildcats were unable to find the offensive answers Tuesday night as they took on #10 Woodbine. 

The Wildcats were able to win three of their last five games, last defeating Paton Churdan while Woodbine had won their last four games in a row. The Wildcats were in a close battle in the first quarter, but after the Tigers led 6-5, they took over and led 20-10 going into the second quarter. Woodbine kept their momentum up and increased their 10-point lead to 15 as they led 36-21 at halftime. Glidden Ralston’s Tiela Janssen tried to rally the Wildcat offense into the next half as they had to fight off a big deficit.

The 15-point Woodbine lead would grow bigger and bigger in the second half as they ended up leading 47-29 going into the fourth quarter. The Wildcats tried to claw back late in the fourth quarter, but their efforts were thwarted as the Tigers ended up with a 63-37 victory.

Janssen led the team with 12 points and Paige Klocke was second with eight points. The loss drops the Wildcats to 10-8 overall on the season and 8-5 in the Rolling Valley Conference. They are back in action on Thursday, February 2nd when they travel to take on Madrid. 


Glidden Ralston Stats

Vanessa Koehler: 6 Points

Tiela Janssen: 12 Points

Paige Klocke: 8 Points

Brileigh Bock: 4 Points

Ashtyn Klocke: 2 Points

Kassidy Wenck: 5 Points


Box Score

Teams         1     2     3     4      FINAL

WOOD      20   16   11   16   |   63

GR             10   11     8     8   |   37


LoMa at Audubon

LoMa 48

Audubon 20


The Audubon Wheelers were unable to crack double-digit points in any of the four quarters as they took on LoMa Tuesday night. 

The early parts of this game were solid for the Wheelers as they held on to a 3-2 lead and eventually got it up to 5-2. LoMa was slowly able to catch up and grab the lead at 6-5 entering the second quarter. The next quarter was all LoMa as the Panthers found offensive answers to get them up 20-10 at halftime. The Panthers kept their momentum rolling into the second half with a 6-0 start in the third quarter and got ahead 37-15. They closed out the game with a 11-6 fourth quarter to end up victorious over Audubon 48-20.

Kade Sporrer led the Wheelers with nine points followed by Rylee Brittain with six points. The Wheelers are at home on Thursday, February 2nd when they host CAM Anita. 


Audubon Stats

Audrey Jensen: 2 Points

Kade Sporrer: 9 Points

Harlow Miller: 4 Points

Rylee Brittain: 6 Points


Box Score

Teams         1     2     3     4      FINAL

LOMA          6   14   17   11   |   48

AUD             5     5     5     6   |   20

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