Area Teams Hit The Hardwood For Weekend Of Season

Girl’s Basketball Results

The New Hampton girls fell to 1-2 after dropping both weekend-contests.  Waukon topped the Chickasaws 43-29 and Jesup won 38-29. New Hampton will travel to Charles City tomorrow.  

The Nashua-Plainfield Huskies picked up their first win over the weekend beating Northwood Kensett 33-25. The Husky defense stymied the Viking offense, holding them to only two points in the third quarter.  The Huskies dropped their Friday matchup to Rockford 53-37. The Huskies are 1-2.

The Sumner-Frederickburg Cougars evened their record by doubling up Wapsie Valley Friday 52-26. The Cougar defense held Wapsie Valley to seven first-half points.  Cassidy Pagel led the Cougars with 18 points. Sumner-Fred is 2-2.

The Turkey Valley Trojans split their week-end games.  The Trojans blew out West Central 57-15, but dropped their Saturday contest to Wapsie Valley 57-51.  Turkey Valley is 2-2.

South Winneshiek is 0-2 after falling to MFL-Mar-Mac on Friday 79-27.  South Winneshiek could only post two five-point frames in the loss. Ali Hoffert led South Winn with 11 points.

The North Fayette Valley Tiger-Hawks are 0-3 after falling to Hudson 40-25 on Saturday.  

Boy’s Basketball Results

New Hampton is 0-2 after a 65-58 loss to Cedar Rapids Washington on Saturday.  Dillon Roberson led New Hampton with 15 points and Tristan Sweitzer added 12.

The Nashua-Plainfield Huskies picked up their first win Friday topping Northwood-Kensett 61-31.  Connor Cerwinske led the Huskies with 16 points.

The Sumner-Fredrickburg Cougars are 0-1 after dropping their season opener to Wapsie Valley 74-49.  James Stimson led the Cougars with 18 points.

The Turkey Valley Trojans rebounded with a 72-39 win over West Central on Friday.  The wiin included a 42-point first half. Ethan Leibold led the way with 17 points.  The Trojans are 1-1.

South Winneshiek is 2-0 after dispatching MFL-Mar-Marc 72-53 after outscoring their opponent 39-17 on Friday.  Levi Lukes led South Winn with 19 points and Jacob Herold and Jarron Todd each collected 16.



Kellan Heavican

News & Sports Director

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