Brincks Exteriors Sports Report: Girls Basketball Results Thursday


Girls Basketball Results Thursday, February 1st 

Kuemper At Harlan 

Harlan 55

Kuemper 49


Kuemper rallied in the 2nd half against the ranked Cyclones but fell short on Thursday. They trailed 33-20 at half but cut it to five by the end of the 3rd quarter. Kuemper hung close in the 4th quarter thanks to 19-points from Aubrey Heuton and another strong rebounding game from Frannie Glynn. Kuemper struggled from the floor, hitting 34.8% from the field.

Aubrey Heuton had a team high 19-points with Lauren Boell adding 10-points as they had two players in double figures. Glynn had a team high 12 rebounds to go with 7-points. Elsa Tiefenthaler added 7-points along with a team high 4 assists. Boell finished with 8 rebounds.

The loss drops Kuemper to 6-12 overall with a home gane on Friday Vs Shenandoah on KIKD.

Kuemper Stats 

Kaylie Simons 1 Rebound, 3 Assists

Elsa Tiefenthaler 7 Points, 2 Rebounds, 4 Assists, 2 Steals

Karsyn Overmohle 4 Rebounds, 4 Assists, Steal

Aubrey Heuton 19 Points, 2 Rebounds, Assist, Steal

Charlotte Hackfort 1 Steal

Lauren Boell 10 Points, 8 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 2 Steals

Frannie Glynn 7 Points, 12 Rebounds, Assist, Steal


Box Score

Teams      1      2    3     4    Final

Kuemper  10    10  18     11       49

Harlan      15    18   10    12      55



ACGC At Coon Rapids Bayard 

Coon Rapids Bayard 31



Coon Rapids Bayard earned a huge win against a very strong ACGC team on Thursday, improving to 15-3 on the season. The Crusaders defense shinned again and they were able to get just enough offense to hold off the Chargers rally. They held ACGC to 2-points in the 1st quarter and 7-points in the 1st half. ACGC scored 5 more points in the 3rd quarter as Coon Rapids Bayard built a 23-12 lead. Coon Rapids Bayard was outscored by 7-points in the final stanza but held on for the win.

Breeley Clayburg paced the Crusaders with 14-points and 10 rebounds along with 4 steals. Malia Clayburg added 8 rebounds while also making 7 steals and blocking 3 shots. Anna Hart finished with 5 assists and 4 steals. Lydia Hofbauer poured in 6-points.

The Crusaders sit 15-3 on the season heading into Friday’s home game with Boyer Valley.

Coon Rapids Bayard Stats 

Breeley Clayburg 14 Points, 10 Rebounds, 4 Steals, Block

Lydia Hofbauer 6 Points, 2 Rebounds, 3 Assists, Steal, Block

Anna Hart 6 Points, Rebound, 5 Assists, 4 Steals, Block

Malia Clayburg 3 Points, 8 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 7 Steals, 3 Blocks

Aubrey Hofbauer 2 Points, 4 Rebounds, Assist, Steal

Ella Heithoff 4 Rebounds, Steal

Ashtyn Klocke 2 Rebounds, 2 Steals


Box Score 

Teams       1      2     3    4    Final

ACGC           2      5     5    15       27

CRB              4    12     7     8      31


Ar-We-Va At LoMa 

LoMa 58

Ar-We-Va 21


Ar-We-Va struggled on offense on the road on Thursday, scoring 3-points in both the 1st and 3rd quarters and 6-points in the 2nd quarter. The defense played well most of the game, giving up  one big scoring quarter in the 2nd when the Panthers scored 26-points. Ar-We-Va did have six different girls score with Amber Ragaller leading the way with 6-points to go with 7 rebounds. Gabby Hundling added 4-points and 6 rebounds with Delaney Schurke with 4 rebounds and 3-points. Mollie Leiting and Karime Sanchez also scored 3-points each.

The loss drops the Rockets to 3-17 on the season. They host Glidden Ralston on Friday.

Ar-We-Va Stats 

Karime Sanchez 3 Points

Mollie Leiting 3 Points

Amber Ragaller 6 Points, 7 Rebounds, 2 Assists, Steal

Gabby Hundling 4 Points, 6 Rebounds, 2 Blocks

Delaney Schurke 3 Points, 4 Rebounds, Assist, Steal

Azaya Martinez 2 Points, 2 Rebounds, Steal

Makayla Schrad 4 Rebounds

Hallie McCollough 1 Steal

Noellia Gonzalez 1 Assist


Box Score

Teams      1     2      3    4     Final

AWV          3      6     3      9        21

LoMa         7    26    12   13       58



Boyer Valley At IKM-Manning 

IKM-Manning 59

Boyer Valley 48


The Wolves were clicking on the offensive from the get-go on Thursday, scoring 24-points in the 1st quarter. They led 24-15 going into the 2nd quarter, then widened the gap by half. IKM-Manning was up 42-24 at half and cruised into the 4th quarter when Boyer Valley closed the gap, making the final score closer than it was. IKM-Manning was up 57-30 entering the 4th quarter.

Anna Stangl had another strong game, leading the Wolves with 20-points, followed by 14-points from Mckenna Benton and 12-points from Taylor Beckendorf.

The Wolves improved to 3-16 on the season and will host LoMa on Friday.

IKM-Manning Stats 

Anna Stangl 20-Points
Abby Neiheisel 6 Points

McKenna Benton 14 Points

Taylor Beckendorf 12 Points

Emma Reginato 5 Points

Laynie Gawley 2 Points


Box Score

Teams       1     2      3     4     Final

BV               15    9       6    18      48

IKM-M      24   18     15     2       59


Madrid At Glidden Ralston 

Madrid 42

Glidden Ralston 35


Glidden Ralston was unlucky on Thursday, having led most of the game, they couldn’t get shots to fall in key situations in the 4th quarter while Madrid hit timely 3’s. The Wildcats built a 13-11 lead at the end of the 1st quarter and led 19-18 at half. They were balanced in scoring with four girls between 7-10-points. They trailed by 1 heading into the final stanza when Madrid was able to stretch the lead with key baskets.

Allison Snyder had a team high 10-points with Kassidy Wenck and Brileigh Bock both having 9-points and Tiela Janssen finishing with 7-points.

The Wildcats slip to 4-14 overall as they head to Ar-We-Va on Friday.

Glidden Ralston Stats 

Kassidy Wenck 9 Points

Tiela Janssen 7 Points

Allison Snyder 10 Points

Brileigh Bock 9 Points


Box Score

Teams       1      2    3    4    Final

Madrid       11      7   11    14      42

GR              13     6    9      7       35


Paton Churdan At Colo-Nesco 

Colo Nesco 32

Paton Churdan 27


Paton Churdan fought back in the 2nd half, falling short after a nice rally in the 3rd quarter. They struggled offensively in the 1st half, scoring 2-points in the 1st quarter and 3-points in the 2nd quarter but played well enough on defense to trail 15-5 at half. The offense got going behind Kaliyah Minnehan and Alivya Smith who combined for 23 of the teams 27-points. They outscored Colo-Nesco 13-7 in the 3rd quarter and trailed by 4-points to begin the final stanza.

Alivya Smith led the Rockets with 12-points and Kaliyan Minnehan added 11-points.

The loss drops the Rockets to 0-17 overall. They travel to Orient Macksburg on Friday.

Paton Churdan Stats 

Ava Minnehan 4 Points

Kaliyah Minnehan 11 Points

Alivya Smith 12 Points


Box Score

Teams     1    2    3    4   Final

PC             2     3   13    9       27

CN             11   4    7    10      32




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