Sloan, Iowa | Carah Drees had 24 points and 15 rebounds to help Westwood spring a 68-44 upset of No. 2 Kingsley-Pierson (Class 1A) in a Western Valley Conference girls basketball game Tuesday.

Andee Martin also had a double-double with 14 points and 10 assists for the Rebels (4-1). Bri Jensen scored 11 points and Bradi Harvey 10 for the Panthers (2-1).

WEST SIOUX 49, AKRON-WESTFIELD 43: The No. 7 Falcons (Class 2A) got 12 points from Abbie Ericson and 11 from Katey Koopmans and went on to improve to 3-0 with a win over the Westerners in a girls basketball game played Tuesday in Hawarden, Iowa.

Jaden Harris had a game-high 15 points and Brooke Koele 11 for Akron-Westfield (2-2).

SOUTH O'BRIEN 45, HARRIS-LAKE PARK 37: Hannah Dau scored 23 points as the Wolverines improved their record to 5-0 with a win over the Wolves in a girls basketball game played in Paullina, Iowa, Tuesday. Madison Brevik led H-LP (0-4) with nine points.

HINTON 50, REMSEN ST. MARY 28: The Blackhawks picked up their first win of the season behind a game-high scoring effort from Hallie Reuter who had 14 points as they downed the Hawks in Hinton, Iowa, Tuesday.

Sydney Schorg had nine points to lead St. Mary (0-4).

CHEROKEE 90, ESTHERVILLE-LINCOLN CENTRAL 53: The Braves had six players score in double figures led by Kassidy Pingel who had a game-high 24 points in a win over the Midgets in Estherville, Iowa, Tuesday.

Lindsay Williams also scored 13 points while Paityn Hagberg and Teagan Slaughter each added a dozen. Brianna Sleezer and JeMae Nichols also scored 11 for Cherokee (3-0). Josie Condon had 18 points to pace E-LC (1-3).

MVAO/COU 47, OA-BCIG 43: Brooklyn Beery scored a game-high 17 points to lead the Rams to a Western Valley Conference win over the Falcons in a game played in Ida Grove, Iowa Tuesday. Haylee Halbur and Katelyn Trucke also scored 10 apiece to MVAO/COU (2-2).

Beth Rehse and Anna Van Dusen scored 13 points apiece to lead OA-BCIG (0-3). Kylee Weber also hit dounle digits scoring with 10.

WESTERN CHRISTIAN 55, SPIRIT LAKE 13: The No. 3 Wolfpack put the clamps on the Indians winning in a Lakes Conference girls basketball game played in Hull, Iowa Tuesday.

University of Nebraska basketball recruit Ashtyn Veerbeek scored 23 points and had 16 rebounds to lead Western Christian to its second win in as many games. Jessi De Jager also scored nine points and Makenna Kooima eight for the winners. Spirit Lake dropped to 2-2.

NEWELL-FONDA 75, POCAHONTAS 47: Olivia Larsen tallied 17 points while younger sister Ella added 16 as eighth-ranked (1A) Newell-Fonda defeated Pocahontas in a Twin Lakes Conference gameon Tuesday.

Megan Morenz chipped in 11 points for the Mustangs, now 4-0.

Delaney Ehn led Pocahontas with 13 points while Elizabeth Ricke added 12.

UNITY CHRISTIAN 65, GEHLEN CATHOLIC 40: Jori Bronner scored 23 points as the Unity Christian girls basketball team defeated Gehlen Catholic 65-40 in a War Eagle Conference game on Tuesday in Orange City.

Cori Franken had 12 points for Unity Christian (1-2, 1-0), Justine Malenke added 11 and Brooke Zevenbergen finished with 10.

Sydney Livermore scored 19 points for Gehlen Catholic (4-1, 0-1) and Addison Weber tossed in 10.

WOODBURY CENTRAL 59, LAWTON-BRONSON 32: Maddie Paulsen scored 13 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead the Wildcats to a Western Valley Conference win over the Eagles in Moville, Iowa, Tuesday.

Payge Ronfeldt also had 12 points and seven steals for Woodbury Central while Sally Gallagher had 15 points to lead all scorers. Freshman Maggie Oehlerking had 14 points on four 3-pointers Haley Williams also had a dozen points for the Eagles (0-4).

The Wildcats led 17-0 after one quarter on the way to their third win in four games.

WEST MONONA 76, SIOUXLAND CHRISTIAN 39: Abbey Jamison scored 22 points to lead the Spartans to a Western Valley Conference win over the Eagles in a game played in Sioux City Tuesday.

Macie McCall also scored 15 points and Ariel Rotnicke 13 for West Monona (3-0). Rachel Nelson had 16 points and Riely Doenhoefer 10 for Siouxland Christian (1-4).

SIOUX CENTER 66, OKOBOJI 41: Jordyn Van Maanen and Lexi Toering scored 10 points each as top-ranked (3A) Sioux Center picked up a Siouxland Conference win over Okoboji on Tuesday.

Kallyn Stumbo led OKoboji with 20 points, 15 rebounds, five steals and five assists.

RIDGE VIEW 59, RIVER VALLEY 21: Beth Pickhinke scored 16 points as Ridge View moved to 3-0 with a Western Valley Conference win over River Valley.

Kara Richard tallied 13 points and Kennedy Mason 12 for the Raptors.

Megan Carstens led River Valley with seven points.

ROCK VALLEY 54, SHELDON 37: Emily De Ruyter scored 13 points as the Rock Valley girls basketball team defeated Sheldon 54-37 in a Siouxland Conference game on Tuesday in Sheldon.

Lexi VanKekerix and Abby Heemstra both finished with 12 points for Rock Valley (3-1).

Katie Wagner had 11 points for Sheldon (0-5).

WEST HARRISON 45, WOODBINE 38: Emily McIntosh had 12 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Hawkeyes to a girls basketball win in Mondamin, Iowa Tuesday.

TRINITY CHRISTIAN 44, MMCRU 41: Shayna De Roon scored 13 points as the Trinity Christian girls basketball team improved to 2-3 with a 44-41 win over MMCRU in a War Eagle Conference game on Tuesday in Remsen.

Aliyah Jackson had 17 points for MMCRU (1-3).

DENISON-SCHLESWIG 55, CARROLL 40: Sarah Heilesen scored 24 points to lead the Monarchs past the Tigers in a non-conference girls basketball game played in Denison, Iowa Tuesday.

Jazlyn Beeck also scored 14 points for Denison-Schleswig (3-1). Gabriella Hammer had nine points to pace Carroll (1-3).


WAYNE 79, LOGAN VIEW/SCRIBNER-SNYDER 37: Ashton Boyer scored 25 points as ninth-ranked (C1) Wayne posted a Mid-States Conference win over Logan View/Scribner-Snyder on Friday.

Frankie Klaussen tallied 16 points and Kylie Hammer 11 for the Blue Devils.

Shaylin Daugherty led LVSS with 11 points.

LAUREL-CONCORD/COLERIDGE 47, HOMER 44: Lorna Maxon scored 14 points and Bethany Kardell 11 as Laurel-Concord/Coleridge earned a Lewis & Clark Conference win over Homer on Tuesday.

LLC trailed by two entering the fourth quarter before outscoring the Knights 12-7 in the final frame.


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