REMSEN, Iowa -- Derrick Schorg scored 14 points and grabbed eight rebounds as the third-ranked (1A) Remsen St. Mary’s boys basketball team defeated Unity Christian 63-51 to win the regular season War Eagle Conference title on Tuesday in Remsen.

Nicholas Ruden finished with 13 points and nine rebounds for St. Mary’s (20-0). Brody Ricke and Carter Kuchel both had 12 points.

Adam Viet scored 15 points for Unity Christian (14-7) and Sam Byker added 14.

Both teams entered the game unbeaten in conference play.

GEORGE-LITTLE ROCK 61, OKOBOJI 51: Landon Jumbeck had 13 points, Caleb Terhark added 11 and Blake Johnson 10 to help George-Little Rock get the win Tuesday.

Okoboji was led by Cris Halbur's 21 points and Jamison Helmers added 11.

MVAO/COU 80, WEST MONONA 55: Calvin Ferris scored 27 points to lead the Rams to a Western Valley Conference boys basketball win over the Spartans in game played in Mapleton, Iowa Tuesday.

Colby Seuntjens also scored 18 points and Connor Beeck 16 for MVAO/COU (12-7). Calvin Coffman had 16 points, Gage Rotnicke 15 and Dylan Collison 10 for West Monona (8-11).

BOYER VALLEY 67, WESTWOOD 31: Joe Weber and Lucas Berens each scored 15 points as the Boyer Valley boys basketball team defeated Westwood 67-31 on Tuesday in Sloan.

Gavin Reineke finished with 11 points for Boyer Valley (16-3) and Chad Klein added 10.

Drew Brekke led Westwood (8-10) with 10 points and scored the 1,000th point of his career. Brekke currently had 1,005 career points.

GEHLEN CATHOLIC 80, AKRON-WESTFIELD 77: Cole Wiltgen scored 29 points as the Gehlen Catholic boys basketball team downed Akron-Westfield in a War Eagle Conference game on Tuesday in Le Mars.

Caden Kneip had 10 points for Gehlen (12-8).

Nick Jacobs hit 10 3-pointers and scored 43 points for Akron-Westfield (6-14). Connor Anderson scored 19 points.

IKM-MANNING 68, GRISWOLD 27: IKM-Mannnig got 11 points from Dillon Hansen, Jared Johnson and Ethan Carter to get the victory on Tuesday. Nathan Blankman added 10 points for IKM (12-8).

Griswold was paced by Morgan Mundorf's 15.

LAWTON-BRONSON 46, WOODBURY CENTRAL 40: Max Fluent made 12 of 13 free throws and scored 18 points as the Lawton-Bronson boys basketball team downed Woodbury Central in a Western Valley Conference game on Tuesday in Lawton.

Mitchell Countryman finished with 13 points for Woodbury Central (11-10).

Lawton-Bronson (9-11) made 23 of 28 free throws in the game, including 18 of 20 in the fourth quarter.

WESTERN CHRISTIAN 69, LE MARS 53: Jacob Vis scored 24 points as the top-ranked (2A) Western Christian boys basketball team downed No. 8 (3A) Le Mars in a Lakes Conference game on Tuesday in Le Mars.

Caleb Harmsen had 13 points for Western Christian (19-1).

Dylan Rarrat-Kass and Gabe Eckstaine both finished with 16 points for Le Mars (12-6). Logan Lancaster scored 12 points.

SPIRIT LAKE 81, CHEREOKEE 39: Owen Coburn scored 40 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead the Indians to a Lakes Conference boys basketball win over the Braves in a game played in Spirit Lake, Iowa Tuesday.

Coburn topped 1,000 points for his career during the game and helped Spirit Lake improve to 14-4 overall. Mason McCaffery also added 14 points and Kip Hurd 11 for the Indians. Ruan Hurd paced Cherokee with 11 points.

HARRIS-LAKE PARK 64, MMCRU 36: Bubba Sohn finished with 19 points, five assists and five steals as the Harris-Lake Park boys basketball team downed MMCRU in a War Eagle Conference game on Tuesday in Lake Park.

Trevor Gunderson scored 13 points for the Wolves (9-11).

Chris Schmid led MMCRU (3-17) with 15 points.


MCCOOK CENTRAL/MONTROSE 62, CROFTON 52: Koltan Lindstrom scored 22 points and grabbed 14 rebounds as the McCook Central/Montrose boys basketball team defeated Crofton on Tuesday.

Bryce Smart finished with 15 points for MCM (9-8) and Tucker seamer added 11.

Noah Lancaster had 18 points for Crofton (2-16).

RANDOLPH 47, EMERSON-HUBBARD 29: Merrix Denn scored 15 points and Keaton Backhaus tossed in 12 as the Randolph boys basketball team improved to 13-6 with a win over Emerson-Hubbard on Tuesday in Emerson.

Joshua Sebade had eight points for Emerson-Hubbard (1-18).