Brincks Exteriors Sports Report: Area Boys Teams Earn 5 Wins on Friday


Boys Basketball Results Friday, December 8th 

Kuemper At Red Oak 

Kuemper 77

Red Oak 51


For the third straight game Kuemper came out sharp, taking control of the game in the 1st half. Friday night they put the game on ice in the 1st quarter, jumping out to a 20-0 lead before Red Oak scored. They were up 29-8 at the end of the 1st quarter. The defense clicked early, giving Kuemper plenty of chances but the Knights also shot the ball extremely well, hitting over 50% from the field in the 1st half. Carter Putney hit his first-nine shots before missing a shot late in the game, finishing 9-10 from the field. DJ Vonnahme went 6-6 from the field as the two dominated on the inside. Things didn’t change in the 2nd quarter with Kuemper up 51-16 at half. Head Coach Sean Minnehan says he was happy with the way the Knights came out of the locker room to start the 2nd half. Kuemper finished the game hitting 18-26 shots from 2-point range and 13-36 from three. They rolled to a 77-51 win, improving to 3-1 on the season.

Carter Putney had a team high 20-points with DJ Vonnahme adding 15-points and Brock Badding added 12-points. Michael Kasperbauer finished with 9-points and Carson Kanne had 7-points and 8 assists. Ben Gerken pulled down 5 rebounds.

The Knights are home Saturday against Van Meter on KKRL.

Kuemper Stats

Ben Gerken 5 Points, 5 Rebounds, 2 Assists, Steal

Michael Kasperbauer 9 Points, 4 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 2 Steals

Jase Hoffman 1 Rebound, 2 Assist, 2 Steals

Carson Kanne 7 Points, Rebound, 8 Assists, 2 Steals

Tregan Beiter 4 Points, 3 Rebounds, 2 Assists, Steal

DJ Vonnahme 15 Points, 2 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 2 Steals, Block

Ryan Sundrup 2 Points, Rebound

Brock Badding 12 Points, 2 Rebounds, Steal

Carter Putney 20 Points, 3 Rebounds, Assist, Steal

Colby Pudenz 3 Points, Rebound, Steal


Box Score

Teams         1    2     3    4    Final

Kuemper     29  22    19    7       77

Red Oak        8    8    14    21      51


East Sac At Newell Fonda 

East Sac 65

Newell Fonda 53


East Sac rallied in the 2nd half, taking the lead in the 3rd quarter on their way to a big road win at Newell Fonda on Friday. The Raiders trailed 30-27 at half but outscored the Mustangs 18-8 in the 3rd quarter, taking a 45-38 lead. The Raiders shot the ball well, hitting 26-51 from the field with five shots from down town. They did a nice job on the boards with two players in double figures.

The game was tight the entire 1st half with the Raiders down 2-4-points all half. The defense was off a little, giving up uncontested 3’s in the 1st half. The turned that around in the 3rd quarter, building a 45-38 lead. The Raiders blew the game open early in the 4th quarter, using a 7-0 run. Luke Wright hit several key shots with Caleb Eichorn hitting a pair of nice baseline drives for jumpers. Sam Julin hit a pair of 3’s and Ryan Clair dunked it to complete the Raiders comeback and taking command of the game.

East Sac had four players in double figures with Ryan Clair pacing them with 18-points and 12 rebounds, Luke Wright had 16-points along with 12 rebounds. Sam Julin played every minute, scoring 15-points and Caleb Eichorn added 13-points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists.

The Raiders are 4-0 overall and 2-0 in the Twin Lakes Conference. They host Pocahontas Area on Tuesday.

East Sac Stats 

Caleb Eichorn 13 Points, 6 Rebounds, 4 Assists, Steal

Ryan Clair 18 Points, 12 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 4 Steals, Block

Karter Ludwig 3 Points, Rebound

Luke Wright 16 Points, 12 Rebounds, Assist, Steal

Sam Julin 15 Points, 3 Rebounds, Assist, 2 Steals

Asher Lawler 1 Rebound

Jackson Rubendall 1 Assist, Steal


Box Score 

Teams      1    2     3     4     Final

ESC           13    14   18    20       65

NF             14     16   8     15        53



South Central Calhoun At GTRA 

South Central Calhoun 64



The offense picked up after the 1st quarter as South Central Calhoun earned their second straight wins behind a big night from Cole Higgins. The junior scored 32-points making 5-7 from beyond the arc and 12-20 from the field overall. The Titans led 8-5 at the end of the 1st quarter but a strong defensive 2nd quarter jump started them, holding GTRA to 9-points while pouring in 18 themselves. The Titans hit 6-13 from beyond the arc and shot 53.1% from the field. South Central Calhoun outscored the GTRA in all four quarters, slowly edging away in the 2nd half.

Cole Higgins led the team with 32-points with Gavin Batta adding 17-points. Keegan Soard was terrific on the boards with 15-rebounds. Bryce Berquist finished with 10-points.

The two straight wins improved the Titans to 2-3 overall. They head to SE Valley on KIKD 106.7 on Monday.

South Central Calhoun Stats 

Keegan Soard 4 Points, 15 Rebounds, 2 Steals

Andrew Anderson 1 Point, 2 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 2 Steals

Gavin Batta 17 Points, 2 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 2 Steals, Block

Cole Higgins 32 Points, 2 Rebounds

Bryce Berquist 10 Points, Rebound, 2 Steals, Block

Charlie Nattress 4 Rebounds, Steal

Evan Myers 1 Rebound, Steal


Box Score

Teams      1     2    3   4    Final

SCC             8    18   21  17      64

GTRA         5     9    18   11     43



IKM-Manning vs Tri-Center

IKM-Manning 64

Tri-Center 58


The IKM-Manning Wolves picked up their first win of the season at home against Tri-Center Friday night. The first half was an offense half, as a combined 12 threes were made. IKM-Manning fell down 3-0 early but quickly took a 6-3 lead due to back-to-back baskets from Ben Ramsey. IKM-Manning would lead for the rest of the game. The Wolves took a 20-14 going into the second quarter. Ramsey sparked the IKM-Manning offense as he finished with ten points in the quarter. Tri-Center would cut the Wolves lead to 20-18 in the second quarter. IKM-Manning would go into the locker room up 35-27. 

The second half was more physical as both teams struggled to get going out of the locker rooms. The third quarter was the only quarter in which Tri-Center outscored IKM-Manning. The Wolves would hold on to a 53-48 lead going to the fourth quarter. IKM-Manning’s largest lead of the game was 12 points, but every time it got to double digits, Tri-Center went on a run. The fourth quarter was filled with defense. Tri-Center would cut the IKM-Manning lead to under five points multiple times in the fourth quarter, but Ross Kusel came up big at the free throw line down the stretch. Kusel scored four points in the quarter, all of them from the free-throw line. IKM-Manning would go on to beat Tri-Center 64-58.

Ross Kusel and Ben Ramsey each had 17 points to lead the Wolves against Tri-Center. Lane Sams chipped in nine for IKM-Manning. Sams and Miles Nuzback pulled down a team-high eight rebounds. IKM-Manning improves to 1-4 on the season and 1-3 in conference play. The Wolves are back in action on Saturday against Exira-EHK.

IKM-Manning Stats

Ross Kusel 17 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assist, 3 steals, block

Ben Ramsey 17 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists, steal

Lane Sams, 9 points, 8 rebounds, assists, steal

Justin Segebart 7 points, 2 rebounds, 3 assists

Miles Nuzback 7 points, 8 rebounds, steal

Davis Rassmussen 3 points, rebound

Isaac Blankman 2 points

Brock Kusel 2 points, rebound

Ben Langle 2 assists


Box Score

Team      1        2        3       4     Final

IKM-M    20     15      18      11      64
TC         14       13     20      8       58



Paton Churdan At Coon Rapids Bayard

Coon Rapids Bayard 63

Paton Churdan 20


Coon Rapids Bayard improved to 6-0 on the season with a convincing with against Paton Churdan, who falls to 0-4. The Crusaders only attempted five-3’s in the game, hitting a pair of them. They did their damage in the paint, making 20 of 40 shots. Coon Rapids Bayard built a 16-4 lead at the end of the 1st quarter, extending it to 36-11 at half. Paton Churdan struggled from the field, but Trevon Keely was able to shine for the Rockets, showing his future is bright. The Crusaders came out in the 3rd quarter and opened the game up, putting it into continuous clock.

Cal Heydon paced the Crusaders with 26-points with 8 rebounds, Gavin Heiderscheit added 13-points. Cade Behrens had a strong night on the boards with 13 rebounds and Parker Hays added 7-points.

Trevon Keely had 16-points for the Rockets.

Coon Rapids Bayard is 6-0 overall and 5-0 in the Rolling Valley Conference. They head to Exira-EHK on Tuesday. Paton Churdan is 0-4 overall and in the Rolling Valley Conference. The Rockets travel to West Central Valley on Monday.

Coon Rapids Bayard Stats 

Caden Oswald 5 Points, 2 Rebounds, Assist, 3 Steals, 2 Blocks

Parker Hays 7 Points, 2 Rebounds, 4 Assists, Steal

Kolby Culbertson 5 Points, Rebound, 2 Assists, Steal

Cal Heydon 26 Points, 8 Rebounds, 2 Assists

Mason Culbertson 2 Points

Landon Cook 2 Rebounds

Gavin Heiderscheit 13 Points, 4 Rebounds

Lucas Obert 1 Point, Rebound

Mason Betts 3 Rebounds, 3 Assists

Cade Behrens 4 Points, 11 Rebounds, 2 Assists


Paton Churdan Stats 

Blaise Schilling 2 Points

Kinnick Steimel 2 Points

Trevon Keely 16 Points


Box Score

Teams      1    2    3     4    Final

PC               4    7     2      7       20

CRB           16   20  21     6      63


Exira-EHK At Ar-We-Va 

Exira-EHK 76

Ar-We-Va 70


Ar-We-Va rallied back from down 19 early to trail by 5, twice in the final couple minutes but their rally ran out of time, falling at home 76-70. The Rockets struggled early, falling behind 19-11 at the end of the 1st quarter. Things got worse in the 2nd quarter, falling down by 19 and trailing by 16 at half. They began playing better in the 3rd but made a big push in the 4th quarter , outscoring the Spartans 21-14.

Wyatt Ragaller led three guys in double figures with 21-points along with 6 steals and 4 assists. Blayne Smith had 18-points and 4 assists and Harley Molina scored 16-points. Wade Ragaller nearly had a double-double with 9-points and 7 rebounds. Emmett Neumann had 10 rebounds and blocked 3 shots.

The loss drops Ar-We-Va to 2-2 overall and in the Rolling Valley Conference. They travel to Westwood on Thursday.

Ar-We-Va Stats 

Wyatt Ragaller 21 Points, 4 Rebounds, 4 Assists, 6 Steals

Blayne Smith 18 Points, 4 Rebounds, 4 Assists

Harley Molina 16 Points, Rebound

Wade Ragaller 9 Points, 7 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 2 Steals

Emmett Neumann 6 Points, 10 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 2 Steals, 3 Blocks

Devon Ehlers 5 Rebounds, Steal

Tyson Von Glan 2 Rebounds, Assist


Box Score

Teams      1    2    3    4    Final 

E-EHK      19  26   17    14      76

AWV          11   18   20   21      70


Audubon At AHSTW


Audubon 43


Turnovers hurt the Wheelers early as they fell behind 23-11 in the 1st quarter. They settled in, taking care of the ball better as they game went on, clamping down on defense and getting a few more looks on offense. The Wheelers held the Vikings to 6-points in both the 2nd and 3rd quarters. AHSTW led 35-30 heading into the 4th quarter and was able to make shots in the final stanza, extending the lead and winning by 11.

The Wheelers had two players in double figures with Edward Miller having 12-points and Aaron Olsen finishing with 12-points. Carson Wessel and Austin Christensen both added 6-points.

The Wheelers fall to 1-4 overall and 0-3 in the Western Iowa Conference. They host Riverside on Tuesday.

Audubon Stats 

Oliver Deist 2 Points

Aaron Olsen 12 Points

Mason Steckler 3 Points

Brody Schultes 2 Points

Carson Wessel 6 Points

Edward Miller 12 Points

Austin Christensen 6 Points


Box Score

Teams       1     2     3    4     Final

Audubon    11   10     9    13        43

AHSTW      23    6     6    19        54




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