IDA GROVE, Iowa -- MVAOCOU broke open a two-point game at halftime in the second half to pick up the Class 2A District 1 victory over East Sac County 69-57 here Monday.
MVAOCOU got 24 points from Colby Seuntjens and Connor Beeck and Calvin Ferris both had 16.
East Sac Conty (12-8) was led by Brandyn Clair's 21 and Levi Olhausen added 14.
MVAO (13-8) plays at Carroll Kuemper on Thursday.
WEST LYON 57, WEST SIOUX 54: West Lyon got 18 points from Korbyn Gramstad and 17 from Micah Meyer to open up Class 2A district play in Orange City on Monday.
West Sioux was paced by Jake Lynott who had 21 points, Kade Lynott added 16 and Hunter Dekkers had 12.
West Lyon is 14-8 and will face No. 2 Western Christian in Hull on Thursday. West Sioux ends its season at 15-7.
UNITY CHRISTIAN 71, HINTON 34: Unity Christian was led by Jonah Vander Kooi's 10 points as it advanced in Class 2A district play on Monday.
Hinton was paced by Tate Linton's nine points.
Unity Christian (15-7) will face Rock Valley in Hull on Thursday. Hinton closes out its season at 4-16.
WEST HARRISON 77, WHITING 43: Ty Houston had 22 points and Nick Rife added 11 as West Harrison opened Class 1A district play with a convincing victory.
Whiting was led by Brady Wiggs 14 points and Casey Sprock added 11. The Warriors ended the season at 2-18.
West Harrsion (3-18) will face third-ranked Remsen St. Mary's Thursday in Remsen.
SIOUX CENTRAL 65, SOUTH CENTRAL CALHOUN 57: Sioux Central got 25 points from Hunter Decker who hit seven 3-pointers to help his team reach the Class 2A district semifinals against Alta-Aurelia on Thursday. Prestan Samson added 10 points for Sioux Central (12-9).
South Central Calhoun (8-14) was led by Zane Neubaum's 17 and Jared Birks added 16.
ELK POINT-JEFFERSON 76, VIBORG 63: Elk Point-Jefferson had four players score in double figures led by Alex Grashoff's 19 points. Jared Merkley added 16, Presston Kollbaum had 15 and Preston Fejfar finished with 13.
Brodee Sherman had 21 points to lead Viborg/Hurley.
EP-J jumped out to a 20-6 lead after the first quarter.
The Huskies are now 9-9 on the season while Viborg-Hurley falls to 14-4.