Brincks Exteriors Sports Report: Area Boys Basketball Results For Tuesday


Boys Basketball Results For Tuesday, January 23rd

Winterset at Carroll

Winterset 63

Carroll 58


The Carroll Tigers jumped out to an early lead and led at the half but fell to Winterset at home Tuesday night. Carroll jumped out to a 17-7 lead going to the second quarter. In the second quarter, Winterset started fast as they tied the game at 17-17. The Tigers would lead 30-26 at the half. Winterset went on a run to start the third quarter and took the lead. Carroll was outscored 21-15 in the third quarter and trailed 47-45 going to the fourth. Carroll was down three with seconds left in the game but missed a game-tying three and would go on to lose 63-58.

Evan Hammer was the Tigers leading scorer with 22 points. Payton Wardell was excellent on the offensive glass for Carroll. Wardell chipped in 11 points for the Tigers and a team-high seven rebounds. Caden Lengeling and Jared Mohr each recorded eight points.

With the loss, Carroll falls to 8-4 on the season and 5-3 in the Raccoon River Conference. The Tigers are back in action on Friday against Ballard.

Carroll Stats:

Will Schultes 3 points

Mac Collison 2 rebounds, assist

Caden Lengeling 8 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals

Ryan North 6 points, 2 rebounds

Jared Mohr 8 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists, steal

Evan Hammer 22 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists, steal, 3 blocks

Payton Wardell 11 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assists, steal, block


Box Score

Team             1      2      3     4      Final

Winterset     7     19    21    16      63

Carroll        17      13    15    13     58


Manson NW Webster at East Sac County

ESC 75



The East Sac County Raiders erased a third quarter deficit to beat Manson NW Webster Tuesday night. ESC shot the ball well against the Cougars. Both teams’ offensives got going in the first quarter as the game was tied at 21 going into the second quarter. Manson NW Webster took a three-point lead going into the half at 36-33. East Sac County cut into the Cougars lead in the third quarter but trailed 51-50 going to the fourth. The fourth quarter was the Raider’s highest-scoring quarter. ESC outscored Manson NW Webster by ten 25-15. The Raiders would go on to win 75-66.

Caleb Eichorn was the Raider’s leading scorer. Eichorn recorded 25 points for ESC. Ryan Clair recorded another double-double for East Sac County with 19 points and a team-high 13 rebounds. Luke Wright chipped in 13 points for ESC. Sam Julin was the fourth Raider in double figures with 12 points. As a team, ESC recorded 32 rebounds. The Raiders also shot 55 percent from the field and knocked down seven threes.

With the win, ESC improves to 11-3 on the season and 7-2 in the Twin Lakes Conference. The Raiders are back in action on Friday at home against Sioux Central.

ESC Stats:

Caleb Eichorn 25 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assists, steal

Ryan Clair 19 points, 13 rebounds, 2 assists, steal, block

Karter Ludwig 6 points, steal

Luke Wright 13 points, 9 rebounds, 5 blocks

Sam Julin 12 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists, steal

Asher Lawler rebound

Austin Thompson rebound


Box Score

Team             1      2      3      4      Final

MNWW       21    15    15     15       66

ESC             21     12    17     25       75


South Central Calhoun at West Bend Mallard

SCC 58

WBM 50


The South Central Calhoun Titans picked up a double-digit road win over West Bend-Mallard. SCC got their offense going in the first quarter, scoring 26 points. The Titans would take a 26-5 lead going to the second quarter. Both teams scored 13 points in the second quarter, and SCC took a 39-18 lead at the half. South Central Calhoun extended their lead in the third quarter to 56-31. The Titans would go on to win 58-40.

The Titans shot the ball well, knocking down 11 threes. Gavin Batta was SCC’s leading scorer with 29 points. Cole Higgins was the Titan’s second-leading scorer with 15 points. Keegan Soard chipped in eight points and pulled down 14 rebounds. As a team, SCC shot 50 percent from the field and 52 percent from behind the three-point line.

With the win, SCC has won their 11th straight game and improved their record to 11-3 and 7-1 in the Twin Lakes Conference. The Titans are back in action on Friday against Newell-Fonda.

SCC Stats:

Keegan Soard 8 points, 14 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 steals, block

Andrew Anderson 6 points, 2 rebounds, 6 assists

Gavin Batta 29 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists, steal, 2 blocks

Cole Higgins 15 points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists, steal

Bryce Berquist 9 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 steals

Charlie Nattress rebound

Caleb Gaffney assist

Matthew Hardy rebound

Kaden Dorman rebound


Box Score

Team        1      2     3     4     Final

SCC          26   13   17     2      58

WBM      5     13    13     9      40


Exira-EHK At Coon Rapids Bayard

Coon Rapids Bayard 55

Exira-EHK 51


Cal Heydon scored a bucket and hit a free throw with 0:33 left and Cade Behrens hit a pair of free throws as Coon Rapids Bayard earned a big conference win over Exira-EHK. The win keeps them in 1st place in the Rolling Valley Conference, allowing them to go 2-0 against the Spartans this season. The Crusaders started quickly, building a 21-14 lead at the end of the 1st quarter and maintaining the lead at half. They extended the lead in the 3rd before holding off a rally by the Spartans, who tied the game late. They hit clutch free throws, going 12-15 for the game, supplementing a solid night offensively. The Crusaders hit 48.7% from the field but only made 5-13 from deep. 

Cal Heydon had another strong game with 21-points along with 5 rebounds while Cade Behrens added 12-points and a team high 7 rebounds. Caden Oswald had a strong overall game with 9-points with 5 rebounds and 4 steals. 

The Crusaders moved to 14-2 overall with the win, their 6th in a row and 11-1 in the Rolling Valley Conference. They head to Ar-We-Va on Thursday. 

Coon Rapids Bayard Stats 

Caden Oswld 9 Points, 5 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 4 Steals 

Parker Hays 4 Points, Rebound, Assist 

Kolby Culbertson 3 Rebounds, 2 Assists 

Cal Heydon 21 Points, 5 Rebounds, 2 Assists 

Cade Behrens 12 Points, 7 Rebounds

Ty Heydon 5 Points, 3 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 2 Steals 

Gavin Heiderscheit 4 Points


Box Score

Teams       1    2    3   4   Final

E-EHK      14  12   9  16     51

CRB          21  12  11 11     55


Glidden Ralston At Woodbine 

Woodbine 64

Glidden Ralston 39 


Glidden Ralston battled back after a hot shooting start by Woodbine as Jonathan Bergmeier knocked in a couple buckets and the Wildcats were able to get to the line, pulling within 18-11. The Tigers extended the lead to 17-points early in the 2nd quarter but Glidden Ralston fought back with Emmett Snyder leading the charge. They pulled within 31-19 at half. The game slipped away in the 3rd quarter with Woodbine extending their lead, outscoring the Wildcats 19-6 in the 3rd quarter. The defense played well early in the 3rd but they weren’t able to capitalize on the offensive end. Woodbine remained hot in the final stanza, pulling away for the win. 

Jonathan Bergmeier with 13-points and Emmett Snyder with 11-points finished in double figures. 

The loss drops the Wildcats to 4-9 as they prepare to host Boyer Valley on Friday. 

Glidden Ralston Stats 

Landon Rohrbeck 2 Points

Emmett Snyder 11 Points

Jonathan Bergmeier 13 Points

Colby Wallace 4 Points

Dawson Majerus 4 Points

Lucas Christian 3 Points

Charles Schon 2 Points 


Box Score

Teams      1    2    3   4    Final 

GR           11   8    6  14     39

Woodbine 18  13  19 25    64


Paton Churdan At West Harrison 

West Harrison 65

Paton Churdan 53 


Paton Churdan played well on the road, hanging tight, giving them a chance in the final stanza. Their offense picked up as the game went on, scoring 28-points in the 2nd half after being held to 9-points in the 1st quarter. They had four players shoot the ball well with Trevon Keely leading the way with 21-points. Cayden Stream and Blaise Schilling nearly scored in double figures with both having 9-points with Phoenix Hartman adding 8-points. 

The loss drops the Rockets to 0-14 overall and 0-8 in the Rolling Valley Conference. They host Boyer Valley on Thursday.

Paton Churdan Stats 

Dane Pedersen 3 Points

Bryce Stephenson 3 Points

Trevon Keely 21 Points

Cayden Stream 9 Points

Phoenix Hartman 8 Points

Blaise Schilling 9 Points


Box Score

Teams    1    2    3   4   Final

PC          9   16  10 18    53

WH        15  16  14 20    65


Audubon At Riverside 

Riverside 52

Audubon 36 


Audubon did a nice job defensively through three quarters against Riverside but the Bulldogs erupted for 27-points in the f4th quarter to pull away for the win. The defense held Riverside to 32.7% from the field but forced only three turnovers and Riverside was able to take advantage of extra possessions.  The Wheelers were down 13-8 at the end of the 1st quarter but rallied to lead 19-18 at half. Their lead grew to 2 heading into the 4th quarter, but they were outscored 27-9. 

Edward Miller paced a balanced offensive attack with 12-points with Austin Christensen adding 9-points and Carson Wessel had 8-points. 

The loss drops the Wheelers to 5-10 overall and 4-8 in the Western Iowa Conference. They host Underwood on Friday. 

Audubon Stats 

Aaron Olsen 4 Points

Mason Steckler 3 Points

Carson Wessel 8 Points

Edward Miller 12 Points

Austin Christensen 9 Points


Box Score

Teams      1     2   3    4    Final

Audubon   8    11  8    9      36

Riverside 13     5  7   27     52

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