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January 17, 2019
Northern-Sun Print
:GMG boys pull away from Spartans GARWIN — GMG boys basketball seniors Brayden Peterson and Aaron Fleming matched their season-high scoring outputs to lead the Wolverines past Collins-Maxwell, 65-38, in Tuesday’s Iowa Star Conference contest. Peterson scored a game-high 25 points to go with a team-leading eight rebounds, while Fleming finished with 16 points for GMG (5-7, 3-4). Justin Savadty added 10 points as the Wolverines halted a four-game skid. Mason Markley scored a career-high 23 points to pace Collins-Maxwell (3-8, 1-7), which sustained its fourth consecutive loss. Having completed the season sweep of the Spartans, GMG goes to Waterloo Christian on Saturday in hopes of doing the same to the host Regents.

Collins-Maxwell edges Wolverine girls GARWIN — Collins-Maxwell got a balanced scoring effort and the Spartans defeated the GMG girls’ basketball team 57-49 in Tuesday’s Iowa Star Conference South Division showdown. Collins-Maxwell’s leading scorers Mikayla Houge and Reagan Franzen combined for 27 points, scoring 14 and 13 respectively, and three more Spartans (10-4, 6-2) scored at least eight points. Mikayla Markley had nine points and both Gracie Cheville and Alexis Houge had eight points each. GMG (7-7, 2-5) led after the opening quarter but fell behind by halftime and couldn’t regain the lead, suffering its fourth-straight loss. Emily Vaughn scored a career-high 14 points to lead the Wolverines, and Zoe Duncan added 11 points. Kelsey Vaverka chipped in seven points and Madi Krull added six points for GMG, which is scheduled to visit Waterloo Christian on Saturday.

Rebels run past Dunkerton, 50-27 DUNKERTON — Taylor Gienger scored a game-high 17 points to lead the Gladbrook-Reinbeck girls’ basketball team past Dunkerton 50-27 in Monday’s non-conference clash. Mahayla Olson added 10 points off the bench for the Rebels (5-10), who led 28-18 at the half before outscoring the host Raiders 24-9 in the second half. Belen Ellenberger added seven points and eight rebounds for G-R, while Reagan Skovgard had six points and Saari Kuehl had six points and 10 rebounds. Gienger also had eight rebounds. Lily Fettkether led Dunkerton (5-9) with eight points.

G-R withstands Raiders’ comeback DUNKERTON — Four players scored in double figures to help the Gladbrook-Reinbeck boys’ basketball team hold off Dunkerton’s frantic fourth-quarter comeback for a 62-60 win in Monday’s non-conference clash. Dunkerton outscored Gladbrook-Reinbeck 30-17 in the fourth quarter to nearly erase a 15-point deficit. The Rebels led 30-15 at the half and 45-30 after three quarters before the host Raiders (10-3) rallied. Jackson Kiburis racked up 19 points and eight rebounds to lead Gladbrook-Reinbeck (9-3). Tyler Tscherter added 17 points, eight rebounds, six assists and three steals, Eli Thede tallied 14 points and six boards, and Dylan Riffey pitched in with 10 points off the bench for the Rebels, who won their fifth-straight while ending Dunkerton’s six-game win streak.

 
 

 

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