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PCM Girls’ Basketball Rolls in First Round of Postseason

Posted: Monday, February 16th, 2015 at 5:52 am

The PCM girls’ basketball team came away with a 62-29 home playoff win on Saturday night against Centerville. The Lady Mustangs were head 26-24, as they struggled from the field and the charity stripe in the first half, but outscored Centerville, 24-1 in the third quarter. The PCM defense was stifling on Saturday night, forcing 53 turnovers and 38 steals. Rachel Freland paced the Lady Mustangs with 23 points. PCM now turns their attention to the regional semifinal on Wednesday night, as PCM will play host to Chariton and head coach Bret Grier says it’s nice to be able to play their first two games in front of their home crowd. Tip-off is slated for 7:00 p.m. and the game can be heard on kniakrls.com.

Pleasantville Girls Fall In Madrid Comeback

Posted: Monday, February 16th, 2015 at 5:52 am

A 10-2 run spurred Madrid to a come-from-behind 46-43 win over Pleasantville in the class 2A girl’s regional opener Saturday night. The Trojans held the lead in the waning moments of the third quarter and settled for a six point lead, but the Tigers grabbed the lead 42-40 with five minutes remaining in the game and outscored the Trojans in the final eight minutes 14-5. Kennedy Core led all scorers with 20 points. Pleasantville finishes its season at 5-17.

Pleasantville Qualifies Their Two Grapplers to State in Front of Home Crowd

Posted: Monday, February 16th, 2015 at 5:52 am

Able to wrestle in the comforts of their own gym, both Griffen McBride and Joe Kauffman came in second place in their weight classes to advance to the Class 1A state tournament at the Wells Fargo Arena. The Trojans hosted their Class 1A district meet, with several perennial powerhouses in attendance, including Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont. McBride won in a wrestle-back for second place over Cody Brown of the Rockets. Kauffman in the 195 weight class fell to Hunter Johnson of the Rockets in the first-place contest, but took second due to beating Alex Schaper in the semis. Full results are below.

IHSAA 1A Dist. 4 Results for Pleasantville
132 – Griffen McBride (30-10) placed 2nd and scored 11.00 team points.
Semifinal – Cooper White (West Marshall) 35-6 won by decision over Griffen McBride (Pleasantville) 30-10 (Dec 7-6)
3rd Place Match – Griffen McBride (Pleasantville) 30-10 won by decision over Lucas Krakow (Iowa Valley) 38-16 (Dec 8-7)
2nd Place Match – Griffen McBride (Pleasantville) 30-10 won by decision over Cody Brown (Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont) 32-9 (Dec 7-4)

195 – Joe Kauffman (31-9) placed 2nd and scored 12.00 team points.
Semifinal – Joe Kauffman (Pleasantville) 31-9 won by decision over Alex Schaper (West Marshall) 30-18 (Dec 3-0)
1st Place Match – Hunter Johnston (Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont) 42-4 won by major decision over Joe Kauffman (Pleasantville) 31-9 (MD 18-6)
2nd Place Match – Joe Kauffman (Pleasantville) 31-9 won by rule over Alex Schaper (West Marshall) 30-18 (RULE)

Southeast Warren, Melcher-Dallas Wrestling Clobbers District Competition

Posted: Monday, February 16th, 2015 at 5:51 am

Five first place finishes and a trio more of second places all equated to a bevy of Southeast Warren and Melcher-Dallas wrestlers who advanced to the Class 1A state meet later this week. The Warhawks decimated their competition, with district champions including Blake Bauer, Brady Kyner, Jake Hunderdosse, Jacob Hoch, and Ty Schneider. There was a difference of 81.5 points between first place Southeast Warren and second place I-35 for the district title. Full results can be found below. The Warhawks will also participate in the Class 1A state dual meet competition on Wednesday, where they will meet Logan-Magnolia in the first round starting at 9:00 a.m.

IHSAA 1A Dist. 2 Results for Southeast Warren
106 – Blake Bauer (48-3) placed 1st and scored 18.00 team points.
Semifinal – Blake Bauer (Southeast Warren) 48-3 won by fall over Zach Fees (Guthrie Center) 22-26 (Fall 0:46)
1st Place Match – Blake Bauer (Southeast Warren) 48-3 won by decision over Tatem Bluml (Riverside) 54-7 (Dec 11-5)

113 – Brady Kyner (47-2) placed 1st and scored 20.00 team points.
Semifinal – Brady Kyner (Southeast Warren) 47-2 won by fall over Chris Gaynor (Riverside) 21-18 (Fall 1:38)
1st Place Match – Brady Kyner (Southeast Warren) 47-2 won by fall over Joel Becerra (AHSTW) 31-11 (Fall 0:51)

132 – Jake Hunerdosse (53-0) placed 1st and scored 20.00 team points.
Semifinal – Jake Hunerdosse (Southeast Warren) 53-0 won by fall over Andrew Malloy (Audubon) 17-11 (Fall 3:41)
1st Place Match – Jake Hunerdosse (Southeast Warren) 53-0 won by fall over Tucker Bluml (Riverside) 49-6 (Fall 1:34)

138 – Tanner Flesher (18-23) placed 4th and scored 0.00 team points.
Semifinal – Jake Mulford (Audubon) 39-4 won by tech fall over Tanner Flesher (Southeast Warren) 18-23 (TF-1.5 5:45 (20-4))
3rd Place Match – Dylan Cornelison (Nodaway Valley) 22-16 won by major decision over Tanner Flesher (Southeast Warren) 18-23 (MD 13-0)

145 – Gabe Henderson (13-1) placed 2nd and scored 12.00 team points.
Semifinal – Gabe Henderson (Southeast Warren) 13-1 won by decision over Lane Rumelhart (Guthrie Center) 43-8 (Dec 3-2)
1st Place Match – Brad Kerkhoff (Audubon) 28-1 won by decision over Gabe Henderson (Southeast Warren) 13-1 (Dec 5-2)
2nd Place Match – Gabe Henderson (Southeast Warren) 13-1 won by rule over Lane Rumelhart (Guthrie Center) 43-8 (RULE)

160 – Jacob Hoch (54-2) placed 1st and scored 18.00 team points.
Semifinal – Jacob Hoch (Southeast Warren) 54-2 won by fall over Tyler Bissell (Southwest Valley) 20-23 (Fall 3:01)
1st Place Match – Jacob Hoch (Southeast Warren) 54-2 won in overtime over Sal Arzani (Interstate 35) 31-7 (OT 10-8)

170 – Tj Dierking (51-5) placed 2nd and scored 15.50 team points.
Semifinal – Tj Dierking (Southeast Warren) 51-5 won by tech fall over Teddy Daggett (Guthrie Center) 24-24 (TF-1.5 3:58 (16-0))
1st Place Match – Brogan Kinyon (East Union) 35-12 won by fall over Tj Dierking (Southeast Warren) 51-5 (Fall 4:00)
2nd Place Match – Tj Dierking (Southeast Warren) 51-5 won by fall over Dustin Engel (AHSTW) 34-7 (Fall 3:48)

182 – Nathen Jimenez (28-21) placed 4th and scored 0.00 team points.
Semifinal – Evan Hansen (Exira/ElkHorn-Kimballton) 53-0 won by fall over Nathen Jimenez (Southeast Warren) 28-21 (Fall 2:48)
3rd Place Match – Dante Arzani (Interstate 35) 29-17 won by fall over Nathen Jimenez (Southeast Warren) 28-21 (Fall 1:37)

195 – Ty Schneider (43-2) placed 1st and scored 20.00 team points.
Semifinal – Ty Schneider (Southeast Warren) 43-2 won by fall over Erik Jorgensen (AHSTW) 37-11 (Fall 1:19)
1st Place Match – Ty Schneider (Southeast Warren) 43-2 won by fall over Mike Ward (East Union) 28-11 (Fall 1:40)

220 – Tate Vandyne (49-4) placed 2nd and scored 16.00 team points.
Semifinal – Tate Vandyne (Southeast Warren) 49-4 won by fall over Christian Sousley (Clarinda Academy) 13-12 (Fall 3:06)
1st Place Match – Cale Crowder (Guthrie Center) 45-3 won by fall over Tate Vandyne (Southeast Warren) 49-4 (Fall 6:42)
2nd Place Match – Tate Vandyne (Southeast Warren) 49-4 won by fall over Kessler Tomas (East Union) 24-18 (Fall 1:18)

285 – Elijah Williams (20-29) placed 3rd and scored 8.00 team points.
Semifinal – Coy Maher (Riverside) 43-15 won by fall over Elijah Williams (Southeast Warren) 20-29 (Fall 0:35)
3rd Place Match – Elijah Williams (Southeast Warren) 20-29 won by decision over Tom Herron (Guthrie Center) 14-19 (Dec 5-2)
2nd Place Match – Coy Maher (Riverside) 43-15 won by rule over Elijah Williams (Southeast Warren) 20-29 (RULE)

Game Always in Central’s Handsaker, Dutch Stun Norse on Buzzer-Beater; Women Fall

Posted: Monday, February 16th, 2015 at 5:50 am

In a most improbable ending, one that not even Hollywood could dream up, the Central men’s basketball team hit a last-second shot to be Luther on Saturday, 70 – 69. The Dutch had a five-point lead with about a minute left, before the Norse hit consecutive three’s to take a lead with about 30 seconds left. Down by one, Nile Eckermann drove to the lane and got tied up, which gave the ball back to Luther with 7.5 seconds remaining and Central with just three team fouls. After a pair of Dutch personals, an errant inbounds pass found the arms of Colby Taylor for a steal. He fed Tate Handsaker, who nailed a wide-open 19-footer with 0.6 on the clock and gave the Dutch the win. Kyle Newendorp finished with a game-high 17 points, as Central improves to 13 – 10 on the season, and are now 6 – 6 in the Iowa Conference. The win clinched a spot in the postseason tournament for the Dutch. The depleted Dutch women were outplayed, 63 – 44. Central was led by Jackie Kriegel’s eight points and eight rebounds. They are next in action for a doubleheader on Wednesday inside the P.H. Kuyper Gymnasium against Loras.

Knoxville Sends Two; PCM One To State Wrestling

Posted: Sunday, February 15th, 2015 at 5:59 am

Brock Caviness and Kevin Woodhouse from Knoxville plus P-C-M’s Tristan Clark will get to continue their wrestling seasons in Wells Fargo Arena this week as those three advanced out of district competition yesterday in the class two-A event in Fairfield. Caviness was district champion at 285 pounds defeating fifth ranked Kyle Davis is Columbus Junction. Knoxville’s Woodhouse at 145 and Clarke from P-C-M finished runner-up.

113 Results
4th Place – Ben Wooldridge of Knoxville
3rd Place Match
Dylin Harberts (Chariton) 32-8, Fr. over Ben Wooldridge (Knoxville) 23-25, Jr. (MD 12-1).

126 Results
2nd Place – Tristan Clark of PCM
1st Place Match
Shea Swafford (Mediapolis) 46-2, Jr. over Tristan Clark (PCM) 41-3, Sr. (Dec 4-2).
2nd Place Match
Tristan Clark (PCM) 41-3, Sr. over Austin Hazelett (Washington) 34-9, So. (RULE).

132 Results
4th Place – Xavier Miller of PCM
3rd Place Match
Austin Leopard (Louisa-Muscatine) 32-10, So. over Xavier Miller (PCM) 34-7, So. (Dec 9-2).

138 Results
3rd Place – CodyRay Smith of Knoxville
4th Place – Kyle Sinnott of Albia
2nd Place Match
Trey Van Weelden (Washington) 32-8, So. over CodyRay Smith (Knoxville) 30-18, Fr. (Fall 0:51).
3rd Place Match
CodyRay Smith (Knoxville) 30-18, Fr. over Kyle Sinnott (Albia) 30-16, So. (MD 12-3).

145 Results
2nd Place – Kevin Woodhouse of Knoxville
1st Place Match
Blake Lawless (Albia) 38-6, Jr. over Kevin Woodhouse (Knoxville) 33-11, Sr. (MD 17-5).
2nd Place Match
Kevin Woodhouse (Knoxville) 33-11, Sr. over Austin Edwards (Columbus Community) 37-10, Sr. (RULE).

152 Results
3rd Place – Riley Spaur of Knoxville
4th Place – Tristan Ledger of Fairfield
2nd Place Match
Bradley Conley (Mediapolis) 43-2, Sr. over Riley Spaur (Knoxville) 19-13, So. (RULE).
3rd Place Match
Riley Spaur (Knoxville) 19-13, So. over Tristan Ledger (Fairfield) 5-14, Jr. (Fall 2:42).

170 Results
3rd Place – Ron Marshall of PCM
2nd Place Match
Luke Erickson (Mediapolis) 46-7, Jr. over Ron Marshall (PCM) 31-6, Sr. (Dec 8-1).
3rd Place Match
Ron Marshall (PCM) 31-6, Sr. over Ben Mason (Albia) 20-22, Fr. (Fall 0:38).

182 Results
3rd Place – Jac Agan of Knoxville
4th Place – Tim Good of Chariton
2nd Place Match
Ethan Timmerman (Mediapolis) 34-11, Jr. over Jac Agan (Knoxville) 35-13, Sr. (Dec 2-1).
3rd Place Match
Jac Agan (Knoxville) 35-13, Sr. over Tim Good (Chariton) 28-18, Jr. (Dec 6-2).

195 Results
3rd Place – Travis Poffenbarger of Knoxville
4th Place – Jacob West of Albia
2nd Place Match
Brad Skubal (Washington) 40-3, Sr. over Travis Poffenbarger (Knoxville) 33-12, Jr. (RULE).
3rd Place Match
Travis Poffenbarger (Knoxville) 33-12, Jr. over Jacob West (Albia) 20-14, Jr. (Fall 3:34).

285 Results
1st Place – Brock Caviness of Knoxville
1st Place Match
Brock Caviness (Knoxville) 41-8, Jr. over Kyle Davis (Columbus Community) 37-3, Sr. (SV-1 6-1).

Eagles Roll Over Raiders and Advance in Class 2A Playoffs

Posted: Sunday, February 15th, 2015 at 5:58 am

The Pella Christian Eagles got up early and never looked back in their 53-33 victory over CMB as heard live on 92.1 KRLS. Tessa Howerzyl knocked down eight of her 13 points in the first period, and Brooke Mitrisin tallied 11, including a pair of shots from beyond the arc. Head coach Kevin Van Maanen says both sides of the ball played much better than they have in recent weeks. Their 12th win of the year snaps a three-game losing streak. The Eagles continue in the Class 2A Regional round Tuesday on the road at West Marshall.

Purvis/Mallory Help Indianola To A 21st Place Finish In 4×200

Posted: Sunday, February 15th, 2015 at 5:57 am

Knoxville’s Alex Purvis and Daniel Mallory were a part of the Indianola 4×200 free relay team that participated in the state meet yesterday. The pair helped the Indians place 21st in the event in a time of 1:31.36.

Pleasantville Girls Fall To Madrid Comeback

Posted: Sunday, February 15th, 2015 at 5:55 am

A 10-2 run spurred Madrid to a come-from-behind 46-43 win over Pleasantville in the class 2A girl’s regional opener last night. The Trojans held the lead in the waning moments of the third quarter and settled for a six point lead…but the Tigers grabbed the lead 42-40 with five minutes remaining in the game and outscored the Trojans in the final eight minutes 14-5. Kennedy Core led all scorers with 20 points. Pleasantville finishes its season at 5-17.

Knoxville Loses Two Tough Games To Grinnell

Posted: Saturday, February 14th, 2015 at 6:00 am

Two outstanding games played between Knoxville and Grinnell last night went to Grinnell. The Tigers took the girls game in a 64-61 shootout. Knoxville jumped out to a 13-4 lead early on but Grinnell closed that gap in the second quarter and neither team led by more than six the rest of the way. Knoxville Coach Jim Uitermarkt told KNIA/KRLS his team’s intensity was much better than Tuesday night. Ashley Hawkshead led the Panthers, who fall to 17-4 on the season, with 22 points. The Panthers boys lost a heartbreaker at the buzzer when Grinnell took the inbounds pass and raced the length of the floor in 11 seconds to win it as time expired 55-54. Nathan Winters led the Panthers with 21 points. Knoxville is now 12-8 on the season and will host Carlisle in a boy’s only game Monday Night.

Pella Boys, Girls Blast Oskaloosa for Fifteenth and Final Season Sweep

Posted: Saturday, February 14th, 2015 at 5:59 am

After the first few minutes of each game, it wasn’t even a contest, as Pella High’s basketball teams had no problem taking care of business against Oskaloosa in yet another “Green Sweep” last night. The Lady Dutch put up 46 first half points, outscoring the Indians 23 – 3 in the second quarter, to win 68 – 31. Ten different players scored, four of them wound up in double figures, led by Katie Vander Molen’s 13, while Mackenzie Gustafson, Jessica Holterhaus, and Morgan Terpstra all dumped in ten. Pella’s boys were down 8 – 5 early in the first quarter, but closed the period out on a 30 – 2 run to demolish Oskaloosa, 95 – 25. Isaac Naaktgeboren scored 22 points, which puts him at 1,003 for his career. He is only the fourth in school history to eclipse the millennium mark, with two of the others having the last name of Korver. Sebastian Baugh, Grant Judkins, and Austin Schulte combined for 45 points off the bench in the win, as the Little Dutch improve to 17 – 2 on the season, and are Little Hawkeye Conference champions. The Lady Dutch end the regular season with an 18 – 2 record and have the same designation. The boys are off until Tuesday to host Centerville in their finale, while the girls host the winner of Knoxville-Washington in the Class 4A regional semifinals next Saturday.

Eagles’ Bowlers Fourth at Conference Meet

Posted: Saturday, February 14th, 2015 at 5:57 am

Pella Christian took some more steps forward on the lanes yesterday in the Little Hawkeye Conference bowling meet. The Eagle girls finished with 1,711 pins, and were led by Holly Milby’s 278 series, with Abbie Vander Molen right behind her with 271. Grant Fynaardt, Max Kolb, and Caleb Van Zee all put up scores in the 300s, with a 351, 347, and 313, respectively. PC’s boys were 99 pins behind third-place Oskaloosa. Full team results for the girls and boys are below. Pella Christian will try to qualify for state this Tuesday at Washington against Knoxville, Louisa-Muscatine, Durant, Fairfield, and the Demons.

Final Results

Girls

Newton 2543

Oskaloosa 2352

Norwalk 2092

Pella Christian 1711

Boys

Newton 2827

Norwalk 2612

Oskaloosa 2436

Pella Christian 2337

Eagles Begin Postseason Campaign Against Raiders in Regional Action

Posted: Saturday, February 14th, 2015 at 5:55 am

The Pella Christian girls will look to right the ship in the first round of the Class 2A regional postseason bracket tonight against CMB. The Eagles finished the regular season 11-10 and lost their last three games. Head Coach Kevin Van Maanen says he liked the way his team kept up through two and a half quarters against DCG on Thursday, but the consistency issues that have plagued his squad throughout the year popped up at an inopportune time. He says they need to figure out a way to play with confidence for four quarters to have a deep postseason run. CMB finished the regular season at 5-16 overall, but won three of their last four to close out their campaign. Andrew Schneider and Jay Skellhaas are on the air tonight live on 92.1 KRLS and kniakrls.com, with pregame coverage at 6:40 and first tip set at 7 p.m. inside Pella Christian High School’s gym.

Area Wrestlers Try to Punch Ticket to Wells Fargo Arena Today

Posted: Saturday, February 14th, 2015 at 5:53 am

Pella, Knoxville, PCM, Pleasantville, and Melcher-Dallas wrestlers partake in their biggest event of the season up to this point today: the district meets. The top two finishers in each weight class advance to the Wells Fargo Arena next week for the state meet. Pella High, in Class 3A, must contend with the likes of a stacked district that includes Ankeny Christian and #1 ranked, Southeast Polk. Tristan Clark, Xavier Miller, and Ronnie Marshall will all try to bring a PCM singlet with them to Des Moines at the Fairfield site, which includes Knoxville. Brock Caviness, Jac Agan, and Travis Poffenbarger are amoung the seven Panthers that are vying for a spot at state. Pleasantville is at home, and two wrestlers have a chance to make it to the big stage: Griffen McBride and Joe Kauffman. Several Melcher-Dallas wrestlers who joined with Southeast Warren also made it past the sectional stage and will be trying to qualify individually, after the Warhawks will participate in the state dual meet on Wednesday. All district meets are scheduled to start at noon today.

Trojan Girls Hoping to Continue Season

Posted: Saturday, February 14th, 2015 at 5:52 am

The playoffs have arrived for the Pleasantville girls’ basketball team, and tonight, they’ll try to tackle Madrid on the road. The Tigers and Trojans each enter with just five wins on the season, though all of Madrid’s victories came against non-conference opponents. Pleasantville will still be without key freshman, Kelsey Van Haalen, who was injured against Martensdale – St. Mary’s a few weeks ago. Coach Aaron Fichter says he’ll need more than Kennedy Core to step up tonight. Derek Cardwell has the play-by-play of the Trojans’ playoff opener live on KNIAKRLS.com, with pre-game set to begin at 6:40 p.m. and tip-off at 7:00. We’ll have a delayed broadcast on AM 1320 and FM 95.3 KNIA immediately following the PCM girls’ affair with Centerville.

Lady Mustangs Open Up Postseason Play at Home

Posted: Saturday, February 14th, 2015 at 5:52 am

The PCM girl’s basketball team looks to carry momentum from their Tuesday night home victory over Gilbert into the first round of Class 3A Regional play tonight at home against Centerville. The Lady Mustangs finished the regular season with a record of 14-7 and finished with a Heart of Iowa conference record of 14-4. Centerville has had its struggles this year finishing the regular season with a record of 6-15. This will be the first meeting this year between these two teams. Centerville does have a nice balance of size inside and have been competitive throughout the year. The Lady Mustangs need to have a fast start to tonight’s matchup and continue to have a balanced scoring attack, led by seniors Rachel Freland and Courtney VanHouweling. Head coach Bret Grier says they need to use their speed and quickness against a bigger Centerville team (actuality). The call can be heard on AM 1320 and FM 95.3 KNIA and online at kniakrls.com with Garrett Knock on the call.

Mustangs’ Boys Thump Greene County, are Co-Conference Champs

Posted: Saturday, February 14th, 2015 at 5:52 am

PCM’s boys’ basketball team got the job done against Greene County last night to wrap up their 2014-15 regular season, breezing by them, 66 – 49. Luke Greiner put up 25 points and Logan Gilman had 14. The Mustangs are 17 – 4 overall and finish 16 – 2 in the conference, tied with Gilbert, whom they swept the season series from. They will play either Davis County or Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont in the Class 2A district semifinals next on Thursday.

Central Concludes Road Schedule in Decorah

Posted: Saturday, February 14th, 2015 at 5:50 am

It’ll be the last time they take a bus during the regular season, as the Central men’s and women’s basketball teams head up north to Decorah to play Luther for some Saturday afternoon hoops. The Dutch women continue their search for their first conference win, but may have problems going up against the Norse, who are a league-best 18 – 4 overall and just a game out of first place in the conference. Central lost by seven in their first meeting way back on January 10. The Dutch men have won two straight, and hope to continue their late season surge against a Norse squad that has stumbled to an 8 – 14 record, and are tied for the sixth spot in the league with Loras. Central is a game ahead at number five, and could move as high up as third if they win out. The two schools shot at least 60% from the field in the second half of their contest in Pella, where the Dutch came out on top by three. Today’s doubleheader can be heard live on 92.1 KRLS and KNIAKRLS.com, with Cory Houser and Jacob Dreyer on the play-by-play. The pre-game show will begin at 1:45 p.m.

Local Basketball Scores

Posted: Friday, February 13th, 2015 at 10:25 pm

Boys
Pella 95, Oskaloosa 25
Knoxville 54, Grinnell 55
PCM 66, Greene County 49

Girls
Pella 68, Oskaloosa 31
Knoxville 61, Grinnell 64

Eagles Blown Out in Season Finale Against DCG

Posted: Friday, February 13th, 2015 at 6:00 am

The Pella Christian Eagles were stuck in neutral offensively against a pair of good DCG teams on senior night, falling 57-38 in the girls game and 68-52 in the boys in a pair of games heard live on 92.1 KRLS. On the girls side, it was a defensive battle back and forth, and the girls tied the game on a three from Howerzyl late in the third quarter to even the score at 29-all. But the Fillies closed the quarter on a 12-0 run and never looked back. Brooke Mitrisin posted eight points as the girls fall to 11-10 to end the regular season. On the boys side, they had plenty of good looks from three to keep pace with the Mustangs, but the ball wouldn’t go down as they shot just 4-for-20 from outside and 1-for-11 in the first half. Head Coach Larry Hessing says the team hasn’t experienced a game like tonight all season, and he hopes they get some of their inside game back in the postseason in case the balls don’t drop from downtown. The boys finish the season at 13-7. The girls begin postseason play tomorrow night against CMB at home, with first tip set for 7 p.m.