Brincks Exteriors Sports Report: Area Girls Basketball Results For Monday


Girls Basketball Results For Monday, January 22nd

Ogden at Coon Rapids-Bayard

CRB 67

Ogden 14


The Coon Rapids-Bayard Crusaders won their ninth game of the season convincingly over Ogden Monday night. The Crusaders defense was a big key in the victory. CRB jumped out to a 14-3 lead to open the game. The Crusaders lead inceased to 35-7 at the half. The defensive intensity continued in the second half. The Crusaders took a 54-12 lead going to the fourth quarter. CRB outscored Ogden 13-2 in the fourth quarter and went on to win 67-14.

Malia Clayburg was significant for the Crusaders, scoring a team-high 25 points. Breeley Clayburg recorded 13 points. Breeley also pulled down a team-high 12 rebounds. Anna Hart and Aubrey Hofbauer each chipped in seven points. Hart recorded a team-high seven steals. As a team, the Crusaders totaled 20 steals.

With the win, CRB improves to 9-3 on the season. The Crusaders return to Rolling Valley Conference play on Tuesday at home against Exira-EHK.

CRB Stats

Malia Clayburg 25 points, 5 rebounds, assist, 2 steals, block

Breeley Clayburg 13 points, 12 rebounds, assist, 2 steals, block

Anna Hart 7 points, rebound, 5 assists, 7 steals

Aubrey Hofbauer 7 points, rebound, assist, 4 steals

Lydia Hofbauer 2 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assists, steal

Ashtyn Klocke 4 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals

Ella Heithoff 3 points, rebound, assist, steal

Shelbi Wiskus 2 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals

Mya Downing rebound, 2 assists, steal, block

Macy Thompson 2 points, steal

Katie Wiskus 2 points

Maddy Mason assist

Jayna Hoffman 2 rebounds, assist, block


Box Score

Team          1       2        3      4

Ogden        3       7       12     14

CRB          14      35      54    67


West Harrison at Glidden Ralston

WH 40

GR 36


On Monday night, the Glidden-Ralston Wildcats dropped a close one at home against West Harrison. The first quarter was back and forth, but West Harrison held a lead 10-9 going into the second. In the second quarter, Glidden-Ralston outscored West Harrison to take the lead going into the locker room. The Wildcats put up 11 points and led 20-19 at the half. West Harrison tied the game up, going to the fourth quarter at 29-29. In the fourth quarter, Glidden-Ralston missed some free throws and layups as West Harrison would go on to win 40-36.

Tiela Janssen was the Wildcats leading scorer with 15 points. Kassidy Wenck and Allison Snyder each chipped in six points for Glidden-Ralston. With the loss the Wildcats fall to 4-8 and 3-7 in the Rolling Valley. Glidden-Ralston is back in action on Tuesday against Woodbine.

Glidden-Ralston Stats

Kassidy Wenck 6 points

Tiela Janssen 15 points

Jaelyn Subbert 4 points

Allison Snyder 6 points

Brileigh Bock 5 points


Box Score

Team         1      2       3      4      Final

WH           10     9      10    11         40

GR             9     11       9     7           36


Kuemper at Glenwood

Glenwood 47

Kuemper 43


The Kuemper Knights dropped a close game on the road at Glenwood. The Knights shot the ball well overall but only hit three threes on the night. Kuemper jumped out to a one-point lead going to the second quarter at 13-12. Kuemper struggled to put the ball in the basket in the second quarter, managing only six points. The Knights trailed Glenwood 21-19 at the half. Kuemper regained their lead in the third quarter by outscoring Glenwood 10-5. The Knights would lead 29-26 going to the fourth quarter. Both team’s offenses got going in the fourth quarter, but Kuemper would be outscored 21-14 by Glenwood and go on to lose 47-43.

Frannie Glynn was the Knights leading scorer with 19 points. Glynn also pulled down a team-high 14 rebounds. Six of those rebounds were an offensive rebound. Elsa Tiefenthaler chipped in 13 points for Kuemper. Kaylie Simons had a great game defensively off the bench for Kuemper, leading the team in steals with five. Kuemper, as a team, pulled down 28 rebounds.

With the loss, Kuemper falls to 5-9 on the season and 3-4 in the Hawkeye Ten. The Knights are back in action against Lewis Central on Friday.

Kuemper Stats

Kaylie Simons 5 points, 2 rebounds, 3 assists, 5 steals

Elsa Tiefenthaler 13 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists, steal

Karsyn Overmohle rebound, 2 assists, steal

Charlotte Hackfort rebound

Lauren Boell 6 points, 7 rebounds, assist

Frannie Glynn 19 points, 14 rebounds, 3 steals


Box Score

Team                 1     2      3      4        Final

Kuemper         13    6      10    14        43

Glenwood       12     9      5      21        47


IKM-Manning at Underwood

Underwood 56

IKM-Manning 32


The IKM-Manning Wolves lost on the road to one of the top teams in the Western Iowa Conference. IKM-Manning fell down early in the first quarter and trailed 19-3 going to the second. The Wolves got the offense going in the second quarter by outscoring Underwood 12-11. IKM-Manning would trail 30-15 at the half. Underwood came out of the locker room and extended their lead by outscoring IKM-Manning 13-10 in the third quarter. The Wolves would go on to lose 56-32.

Taylor Beckendorf was IKM-Manning’s leading scorer with 19 points. Anna Stangl chipped in five points for the Wolves. Stangl also pulled down a team-high six rebounds. IKM-Manning stuggled to shot the basketball. The Wolves as a team shot 31 percent from the field.

The loss dropped IKM-Manning to 1-13 on the season and 1-9 in conference play. The Wolves are back in action on Tuesday against Ar-We-Va.

IKM-Manning Stats

Anna Stangl 5 points, 6 rebounds, assist

Abby Nieheisel rebound, assist

McKenna Benton 3 points, assist

Taylor Beckendorf 19 points, 5 rebounds, assist, 3 steals, block

Karlee Arp 3 rebounds, steal

Alikxa McGinn rebound

Emma Reginato 3 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assist, 2 steals

Oriah Meiners 2 points, block

Caylie Rasmussen rebound, assist

Laynie Gawley 4 rebounds, assist, 2 steals


Box Score

Team                       1     2      3       4       Final

IKM-Manning      3    12    10       7        32

Underwood          19    11    13     13       56


Storm Lake St. Mary’s at East Sac County

East Sac County 58

Storm Lake St. Mary’s 16


The East Sac County Raiders picked up another conference win Monday night over Storm Lake St. Mary’s. The Raiders defense started slow in the first quarter. ESC gave up ten points in the quarter but would lead 15-10 going to the second. The Raiders extended their lead to 38-14 at the half by outscoring Storm Lake St. Mary’s 23-4 in the second quarter. The ESC defense stepped up in the second half and only held the Panthers to two points the whole half. East Sac County would go on to win 58-16.

Makenna Steiger was the Raiders leading scorer with 14 points. ESC had three girls scored in double figures. Jen Aschinger chipped in 13 points. Kendall Quirk recorded ten points for the Raiders. Addisen Ehler pulled down a team-high ten rebounds. Quirk recorded eight rebounds for the Raiders. As a team, ESC recorded 22 steals in the win.

With the win, ESC improves to 6-9 on the season and 4-5 in the Twin Lakes Conference. The Raiders are back in action on Tuesday against Manson Northwest Webster.

ESC Stats

Makenna Steiger 14 points, rebound, 2 assists

Jen Aschinger 13 points, rebound, 3 assists, 3 steals, block

Sarah Bontrager 6 points, 3 rebounds, assist, 2 steals

Addisen Ehler 7 points, 10 rebounds, assist, 2 steals

Emma Meredith 4 points, 3 steals

Cora Mahler 4 rebounds, assist, 2 steals

Chloe Bieret 2 points, 2 rebounds, 3 assists, 4 steals

Rachel King 2 rebounds, block

Jordin Carroll 2 points, 4 rebounds, steal

Anna McCollough 3 rebounds, 3 steals


Box Score

Team          1      2     3     4      Final

SLSM        10    4      2     0       16

ESC           15    23    18    2       58

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