SHELDON, Iowa | Kyle Boerhave scored 23 points Tuesday night as fifth-ranked Sheldon forced a tie atop the Siouxland Conference standings with a 70-63 win over No. 6 Sioux Center.
Jaden Kleinhesselink added 17 points for Sheldon (13-1, 10-1 Siouxland), which avenged a 44-43 loss at Sioux Center on Dec. 1. Tyler Johnson added 14 points.
Cade Bleeker led Sioux Center (11-3, 10-1) with 22 points. Tyus Arends, son of veteran Sioux Center coach Todd Arends, added 19 points.
LE MARS 74, SPENCER 62: Dylan Rarrat-Kass led a quartet of double-digit scorers with 17 points while leading Le Mars to Tuesday night’s Lakes Conference win at Bulldogs Competition Gym.
Rarrat-Kass and Alex Irwin (16 points) each made four 3-point baskets for Le Mars (8-4). The son of Le Mars Coach Dave Irwin made two of his threes in the second quarter, while Rarrat-Kass made a pair of treys in the third quarter for a team that stretched a 35-33 halftime lead by outscoring the Tigers 26-10.
Gabe Eckstaine and Logan Lancaster tallied 14 and 13 points, respectively, for Le Mars, which also went 23 of 25 from the charity stripe.
Brady Kluender led Spencer (6-6) with 23 points while Chase Hough added 14. The Tigers were just 8 of 18 from the free throw line.
LOGAN-MAGNOLIA 54, IKM MANNING 46: Kolby Morrison’s game-high 25 points lifted Logan-Magnolia to Tuesday night’s Western Iowa Conference win at Mannning.
Nic Hiller added 15 points for Logan-Magnolia (9-4) while Alex Lingle led IKM Manning (7-6) with 18 points, six more than Jared Johnson.
RIDGE VIEW 69, SIOUXLAND CHRISTIAN 39: Jaxon Franken posted a game-high 26 points to lead the Raptors to a win over the Eagles in a Western Valley Conference boys basketball game played in Sioux City Tuesday. Ezra Miller also scored 16 for Ridge View while Cameron Pierson led Siouxland Christian with 17.
UNITY CHRISTIAN 60, SOUTH O’BRIEN 40: Kolin Kroeze scored 20 points as the Unity Christian boys basketball team defeated South O’Brien 60-40 in a nonconference game on Tuesday in Paullina.
Austin Van Donge finished with 10 points for Unity Christian (10-5).
Carson Louscher had 15 points for south O’Brien (9-5) and Jackson Louscher added 12.
STORM LAKE 76, CARROLL 63: Cham Deng scored 21 points in Storm Lake's non-conference win over Carroll.
Malga Yanga tallied 20 points and Brayden Hoops 18 for the Tornadoes (9-3).
KINGSLEY-PIERSON 72, RIVER VALLEY 38: Cam Bainbridge had 22 points to lead the Panthers to victory over River Valley in Kingsley on Tuesday.
Nathan Keck had 15 points for K-P, Kaden Schroeder had 11 and Jessen Reinking added 14.
River Valley was paced by Garrett Trapp's 15 and Devin Todd added 11.
K-P is now 9-5 on the season and River Valley is 3-9.
SIOUX CENTRAL 68, EMMETSBURG 54: Ben Hargens scored 23 points as the Sioux Central boys basketball team defeated Emmetsburg 68-54 in a Twin Lakes Conference game on Friday in Sioux Rapids.
Hargens didn’t miss a shot making 11 of 11 field goals and went 1-1 from the free throw line. Jake Hanson had 15 points for Sioux Central (6-5).
Tim Geelan finished with 13 points for Emmetsburg (4-9) and Zach Mason added 12.
WESTERN CHRISTIAN 64, SPIRIT LAKE 48: Jacob Vis scored 17 points and top-ranked (2A) Western Christian downed ninth-ranked (3A) Spirit Lake in a Lakes Conference matchup on Tuesday.
Ben Granstra tallied 13 points and Carter Broek 10 for the unbeaten Wolfpack (12-0).
Owen Coburn led Spirit Lake (9-4) with 17 points and 17 rebounds.
HARTLEY-MELVIN-SANBORN 60, MMCRU 51: Ivan Abonce scored a game-high 22 points to lead the Hawks to a War Eagle Conference boys basketball win over the Royals in a game played in Marcus, Iowa Tuesday. Andrew Prescott had 19 to lead MMCRU.
MAPLE VALLEY-AO 62, LAWTON-BRONSON 50: Connor Beeck scored16 points and Ely Fundermann 14 to lead the Rams to a Western Valley Conference boys basketball win over the Eagles in Lawton, Iowa Tuesday. Colby Seuntjens also added 13 points for MVAO (6-7) and topped 1,000 points for his career during the game.
Aaron Schorg had a game-high 20 points and Ethan Heiss 10 for Lawton-Bronson (6-8).
OKOBOJI 52, BOYDEN-HULL 45: Cris Halbur scoerd 16 points to lead the Pioneers to a Siouxland Conference boys basketball win over the Comets in a game played in Milford, Iowa Tuesday.
Jamison Helmers asls had 13 points and Izic Brouwer 12 for Okoboji (4-10 overall and 2-9 Siouxland). Beau De Jongh scored a game-high 24 points and Spencer Te Slaa 10 for Boyden-Hull (3-9 overall and 2-9 Siouxland).
REMSEN ST. MARY'S 59, WEST SIOUX 51: Nicholas Ruden scored 19 points and Carter Kuchel added 15 as third-ranked (1A) Remsen St. Mary's downed West Sioux in a nonconference contest between War Eagle Conference teams.
Hunter Dekkers led the Falcons with 15 points, same total as Jake Lynott.
WYNOT 58, ALLEN 28: Nate Wieseler scored 19 points as Wynot rolled to a Lewis & Clark Conference win over Allen on Tuesday.
HOMER 69, EMERSON-HUBBARD 41: Wyatt Tighe scored 15 points as the Homer boys basketball team improved to 6-10 with a 69-41 win over Emerson-Hubbard on Tuesday in Emerson.
Joshua Sebade had 14 points for Emerson-Hubbard (1-14).
LAUREL-CONCORD/COLERIDGE 64, HARTINGTON-NEWCASTLE 61: Noah Schutte scored 23 points for Laurel-Concord/Coleridge, which outscored Hartington-Newcastle 17-11 in the fourth quarter of Tuesday night’s victory.
Schutte added 10 rebounds, five blocked shots and two steals for Laurel-Concord/Coleridge (10-6). Izac Reifenrath provided 17 points and five steals while Ty Erwin finished with 10 points and four assists.
Hartington-Newcastle is now 5-8 on the season.
WAYNE 73, CROFTON 46: Shea Sweetland made three 3-point baskets in a 23-point performance that lifted Wayne to Tuesday night’s win at Crofton.
Wayne (9-7) shot 59.1 percent while winning for the fifth time in its last six games. Jack Evetovich added 14 points while Mason Lee provided 11 points, six rebounds, three steals and three assists.
VERMILLION 65, ELK POINT-JEFFERSON 50: A.J. Plitzuweit scored a game-high 33 points to lead the Tanagers to a Dakota XII Conference boys basketball win over the Huskies in Vermillion, S.D. Tuesday. Vermillion improved to 7-3.