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LAKE PARK, Iowa -- Bubba Sohn scored 21 points and dished out seven assists as the Harris-Lake Park boys basketball team defeated Akron-Westfield 57-54 in a War Eagle Conference game here Friday.

Luke Gunderson recorded a double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds for HL-P (2-2) while Abdulla Elbuytari had 10 points.

Nick Jacobs finished with 16 points for Akron-Westfield (1-3) and Reagan Frankl added 11.

Akron-Westfield led 25-23 at halftime, but HL-P took a double-digit lead in the third quarter. Akron-Westfield trimmed the lead to three points in the final minutes, but never came any closer.

The Westerners had three shots to tie the game in the final seconds but missed all three.

WESTWOOD 60, WOODBURY CENTRAL 51: Ben Brekke scored 14 points to lead the Rebels to a win over the Wildcats in a Western Valley Conference boys basketball game played in Sloan Friday.

Sam Miller and Harrison East also chipped in 13 points apiece for Westwood (2-2 overall and 2-1 WVC). The Rebels led 31-18 at the half

Mitchell Countryman had a game-high 16 points to lead Woodbury Central (0-6 overall and 0-3 WVC). Carter Bleil also had 13 points and Cain Schmitt 11 for the Wildcats, who pulled within five points early in the fourth quarter but could come no closer.

RIVER VALLEY 57, MVAOCOU 50: Garrett Trapp scored 21 points as the River Valley boys basketball team defeated MVAOCOU 57-50 in a Western Valley Conference game on Friday in Correctionville, Iowa.

Ashton Lichtenberg finished with 12 points for River Valley (3-1) and Chris Todd added 10.

Calvin Ferris and Ely Fundermann both scored 14 points for MVAOCOU (2-2) and Chase Pester had 11.

River Valley made 5 of 6 free throws at the end of the game to help seal the win.

RIDGE VIEW 66, KINGSLEY-PIERSON 47: Jake Tokheim scored 26 points as the Ridge View boys basketball team defeated Kingsley-Pierson 66-47 in a Western Valley Conference game on Friday in Holstein, Iowa.

Caleb Kistenmacher had 15 points for the Raptors (2-2).

Nathan Keck led Kingsley-Pierson (3-2) with 15 points.

SIOUX CENTRAL 56, MANSON NORTHWEST WEBSTER 52: Hunter Decker scored 21 points for Sioux Central as the Rebels defeated Manson Northwest Webster 56-52 in a Twin Lakes Conference game on Friday in Manson, Iowa.

Prestan Samson finished with 14 points and nine rebounds for the Rebels (4-0) and Logan Grote had 11 points.

Kaden Hanson scored 22 points for Northwest Webster (0-5) and Riley Peters added 11.

Sioux Central led by 12 in the second half, but the Cougars trimmed it to 51-50 with around a minute left in the game. Caleb Rock made a free throw with just seconds remaining to give Sioux Central a four-point lead.

UNITY CHRISTIAN 51, HARTLEY-MELVIN-SANBORN 43: Austin Van Donge scored 21 points as the Unity Christian boys basketball team defeated Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 51-43 in a War Eagle Conference game on Friday in Orange City, Iowa.

Damon Dekkers finished with 10 points for Unity Christian (4-0)

Cade Schiphoff scored 12 points for HMS (1-2) while Ivan Abonce and Nick Smyth both had 10.

SIBLEY-OCHEYEDAN 57, SHELDON 37: Junior Caleb Meyer paced Sibley-Ocheyedan in a 57-37 Siouxland Conference victory over host Sheldon in a boys' basketball contest on Friday. Meyer connected on eight of 10 shots for a 17-point effort for the Generals. Teammate Grant Brouwer, a senior, contributed 11 points as the visitors evened their mark at 2-2 on the season.

The Orabs fell to 0-3 with the loss.

WEST SIOUX 54, SOUTH O'BRIEN 41: West Sioux used a strong second-half performance in registering a 54-41 victory over South O'Brien in a War Eagle Conference boys' basketball tilt in Hawarden on Thursday. Jackson Louscher and Zeke Lundquist led the Wolverines with 13 points apiece as the visitors suffered their first loss of the year against three victories.

West Sioux, which moved to 4-0 on the season, outpointed South O'Brien, 33-19, in the second half.

LE MARS 65, CHEROKEE 55: Senior Alex Irwin canned four three-pointers on his way to a 22-point night in piloting the Le Mars Bulldogs to a 65-55 victory over Cherokee in Lakes Conference boys' basketball action at Le Mars on Friday. Junior teammates Tate Westhoff and Aisea Toki contributed to the cause with 12 and eight points, respectively. Toki topped the rebound chart for the hosts with seven.

A 28-12 run during the second quarter keyed the victory for Le Mars, which improved to 2-1 on the season, 2-0 in Lakes Conference play.

Cherokee, meantime, fell to 3-2 overall, 2-1 in loop action.

WEST BEND-MALLARD 54, STORM LAKE SM 50: Host West Bend-Mallard outpointed Storm Lake St. Mary's by a nine to five margin in  overtime while collecting a 54-50 triumph over the Panthers in a Twin Lakes boys' basketball contest at West Bend on Friday.

Panther senior Alex Merten registered 17 points and eight caroms, while Jake Heitman added nine tallies. Senior Dawson Miller pitched in with eight points and five assists as St. Mary's fell to 1-3 on the season.

West Bend-Mallard upped its ledger to 2-2 with the win.

SOUTH CENTRAL CALHOUN 60, GRAETTINGER-TERRIL 33: The South Central Calhoun Titans improved to 5-1 on the season with a 60-33 triumph over Graettinger-Terril in a Twin Lakes Conference boys' basketball fray at Lake City on Friday. Junior Zane Neubaum paced the hosts with 20 points and 11 rebounds, while senior Jared Birks added 10 points and five steals.

South Central Calhoun won its fourth straight while handing Graettinger-Terril its first loss in four games this season.

SB-L 59, ABRAHAM LINCOLN 51: Conner Groves scored 17 points as the Sergeant Bluff-Luton boys basketball team defeated Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln 59-51 in a Missouri River Activities Conference game Friday at Council Bluffs.

Sam DeMoss had 15 points for SB-L (3-1 overall, 3-1 in the MRAC) while Daniel Wright finished with 14 points and nine rebounds.

Hunter Hendrix scored 16 points for Abraham Lincoln (1-2, 1-2) and Jadin Johnson added 15.

SB-L led 42-34 going into the fourth quarter. Abraham Lincoln trimmed the lead to five points with roughly six minutes left in the game, but the Lynx never got any closer.

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