BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Griswold goes 1-1:

  • Griswold went 1-1 over a period of back-to-back games, falling to Shenandoah 42-33 before defeating Iowa School For the Deaf 72-32.

Against Shenandoah on Monday, the Tigers rallied from a 16-point deficit in the fourth quarter, pulling to as close as five on a Colton Turner basket, but the Mustangs sealed the win at the free-throw line in a non-conference game Monday at Griswold.

Jayden Amend had a game-high 19 points to lead the Tigers in the loss to their Hawkeye Ten Conference foe.

In Tuesday’s game against ISD, the Tigers jumped out to a 25-6 first quarter lead and never really looked back. For the game, the Tigers connected on 14 three-point shots and 29 total field goals, while all of the Bobcats’ field goals were inside the arc.

Four Tigers were in double figures with Jayden Amend’s team-high 16, Kamron Brownlee with 14, and Adam Houser and Landon Pelzer with 12 each.

Madrid 68, ACGC 60:

  • The Tigers, in an upset, ended the Chargers five-game win streak Tuesday in Madrid with a fourth-quarter flourish. The game was tied at 28 at halftime, but the game was back-and-forth initially in the second half with the Chargers trailing by just two, 41-39, going into the final quarter, before the scoring unfolded.

Eli Kading ended with 17 points and Miles Kading 12. Brock Littler added 11 off the bench.

CAM 43, Boyer Valley 36:

  • The Cougars knocked off the Rolling Valley Conference leading Bulldogs Tuesday night in Dunlap, on the strength of Connor McKee’s game-high 23 points and a double-11 – 11 rebounds and 11 points – by Cade Ticknor.

Tri-Center 56, Riverside 29:

  • Brogan Allensworth led the Bulldogs with 14 points, a team-best, as the Trojans held a 35-20 edge in rebounding.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Shenandoah 32, Griswold 23:

  • The Tigers picked up a pair of threes – an old-fashioned three by Anna Kelley and a beyond-the-arc trey from Hope Ogg – to rally from a seven-point deficit to start the fourth quarter.

But the Fillies stayed a step ahead of Griswold, despite one last attempt to cut into the lead. The Tigers got it to 26-23 on Ogg’s three-point shot but that was the end of their scoring for the night. The Fillies salted the game away with three free throws and a three-point shot to come away with the win in Monday’s non-conference game at Griswold.

Ogg’s eight points were tops for the Tigers.

ACGC 57, Madrid 14:

  • The Chargers made the Tigers’ score a palindrome – 5-2-2-5, in the first through fourth quarters in that order – in a West Central Activities Conference win Tuesday.

No Charger had more than nine points, those by Saige O’Brien, but a lot of players had anywhere from five to eight points, with eight each by EmmaKay McClain and Sophie Dorsey.

ACGC improved to 7-4 on the year.

Boyer Valley 56, CAM 50:

  • After opening the year with eight straight wins, the Cougars had their losing streak extended to three straight. The Cougars rallied from a seven-point deficit to take a 39-36 halftime lead, but the Bulldogs took control right back in the fourth quarter.

Molly Venteicher had a team-high 15 points for CAM.

Tri-Center 42, Riverside 28:

  • Franee Maher led the Bulldogs with nine points and Chiara Rains added eight in the loss to the Trojans.

WRESTLING

AHSTW at West Central Valley Quad:

  • The Vikings fell for the first time this season, losing 40-27 to Underwood. Garrison Gettler got a pin at 160 pounds and Aidan Martin pulled off an action-packed 20-16 decision at 152 pounds.

The Vikings rebounded with solid wins over the host Wildcats (46-26) and Southwest Valley (51-17). Martin picked up two more pins, while 220-pounder Quintin Martin had two pins in contested matches.

Audubon at Southeast Warren Triangular:

  • Wheeler 120-pounder Zeke Konkler had a pair of pinfall victories in a pair of Audubon losses, to Mount Ayr (48-18) and hosting Southeast Warren/Melcher-Dallas (66-14).

Against the Warhawks, Derrek Kommes (132) and Javyn Bladt (182) added major decisions. Cooper Nielsen had a pinfall win at 195 against the Pirates.

Griswold at Bedford-Lenox Quad:

  • The Tigers went 0-3, dropping duals to Bedford-Lenox (66-6), Southwest Iowa of Sidney (72-6) and Red Oak (54-24).

Jeremy Sheeder (132) and Cale Swain (170) both recorded pinfall victories against Red Oak. Sam Olson, the 195-pounderm recorded two first-period pinfall wins in the duals against the Cowboys and Bulldogs, the quickest coming in 13 seconds.

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