SPORTS: Basketball – Week of Feb. 3, 2020

Belle Plaine girls’ basketball

Bree Shaull drives for Belle Plaine. Photo by Les Jacobi.

Monday, Feb. 3, at Williamsburg

Belle Plaine 7 10 7 13 (37)
Williamsburg 20 27 21 12 (80)

Olivia Bohlen led Belle Plaine with 17 points. Alyssa Tegeler had 12 rebounds. Bohlen also had 6 assists and 33 steals. Tegeler blocked 4 shots. The team was 12 of 35 from the field, 3 of 11 for three-pointers, and 10 of 17 for free throws. The team had 28 rebounds. Quik Stats. Williamsburg was 29 of 67 from the field, 12 of 23 for three-pointers and 10 of 15 from the line. They had 30 rebounds. Charlotte Wetjen led Williamsburg with 25 points.

Tuesday, Feb. 4, at Sigourney

Sigourney 63, Belle Plaine 18

Bree Shaull led Belle Plaine with 6 points. Tegeler had 10 rebounds. Bohlen had 4 assists. Jacy Gates had 3 steals. The team was 5 of 43 for field goals, 2 of 7 for three-pointers and 6 of 13 for free throws. The team had 24 rebounds. Quik Stats. Sigourney was 23 of 45 from the field, 1 of 5 for three-pointers and 16 of 21 for free throws.

Thursday, Feb. 6, at Montezuma

Belle Plaine 5 4 18 2 (29)
Montezuma 26 15 20 17 (78)

Alyssa Tegeler had 13 points for Belle Plaine. She also had 6 rebounds. Olivia Bohlen had 5 assists. With 3 steals each were Bohlen and Tori Hlas. Bohlen also blocked 3 shots. Belle Plaine was 12 of 36 for field goals, 0 of 3 for three-pointers and 3 of 5 for free throws. The team had 24 rebounds. Quik Stats. Montezuma was 30 of 53 for field goals, 14 of 23 for three-pointers and 6 of 9 for free throws. The team had 26 rebounds. Shateah Wetering led Montezuma with 26 points.

Friday, Feb. 7, 2020 at Belle Plaine

Tri-County 6 3 6 5 (20)
Belle Plaine 14 17 14 15 (60)

Alyssa Tegeler scored 16 and Bree Shaull had 15 for Belle Plaine. Tegeler also had 9 rebounds. Olivia Bohlen had 6 assists and 7 steals. Jacy Gates added 6 steals. Tegeler blocked 3 shots. Belle Plaine was 27 of 50 for field goals, 1 of 3 for three-pointers and 5 of 7 for free throws. Belle Plaine had 38 rebounds. Quik Stats. Tri-County was 8 of 35 from the field, 0 of 8 for three-pointers and 4 of 7 for free throws. They had 19 rebounds.

Belle Plaine boys’ basketball

Tuesday, Feb. 4, at Sigourney

Belle Plaine 17 15 26 14 (72)
Sigourney 11 13 7 6 (37)

Ben DeMeulenaere scored 20 for Belle Plaine. Luke DeMeulenaere added 14. Ben DeMeulenaere also had 7 rebounds. Trevin Straight had 7 assists. With 2 steals each were Lance Van Nevel and Ben DeMeulenaere. Blocking one shot each were Jaxon Kressley and Ben DeMeulenaere. The team was 29 of 57 from the field, 8 of 18 for three-pointers, 6 of 10 from the line and had 37 rebounds. Quik Stats.

Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020 at Montezuma

Belle Plaine 8 13 14 6 (41)
Montezuma 22 25 20 11 (78)

Luke DeMeulenaere had 10 points to lead Belle Plaine. Luke and Ben DeMeulenaere had 9 rebounds each. Lance Van Nevel had 3 assists. Eli Ehlen had 2 steals. The team was 16 of 53 for field goals, 3 of 22 for three-pointers and 6 of 9 from the line. They had 33 rebounds. Quik Stats. Montezuma was 26 of 53 for field goals 11 of 25 for three-pointers and 15 of from the line. The team had 30 rebounds. Trey Shearer led Montezuma with 30 points.

Friday, Feb. 7, 2020 at Belle Plaine

Tri-County 9 13 6 13 (41)
Belle Plaine 14 23 17 15 (69)

A balanced scoring attack helped Belle Plaine to a SICL win in boys’ basketball. Ben DeMeulenaere came off of the bench to score 18. Adding 13 each were Noah Bachelder and Lance Van Nevel. Luke DeMeulenaere had 10. Ben DeMeulenaere had 15 rebounds. Van Nevel had 5 assists. With 4 steals each were Trevin Straight and Van Nevel. Ben DeMeulenaere blocked 4 shots. The team was 22 of 72 from the field, 4 of 21 for three-pointers and 21 of 32 from the line. The team had 56 rebounds. Quik Stats.

Benton boys’ basketball

Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020 at Vinton

Benton 4 10 8 15 (37)
Vinton-Shellsburg 7 10 19 3 (39)

Blake Osborn led Belle Plaine with 12 points. With 6 rebounds each were Turner Schroeder, Drew Lange and Grant Embretson. With 3 assists each were Brady Sadler, Cade Timmerman and Schroeder. With 2 steals each were Sadler, Timmerman and Osborn. Embretson blocked 11 shots. The team was 14 of 44 from the field, 4 of 16 for three-pointers and 5 of 12 for free throws. The team had 29 rebounds. Quik Stats. Vinton was 15 of 50 for field goals, 4 of 14 for three-pointers and 5 of 9 for free throws. The team had 37 rebounds. CJ Rickels led Vinton with 12 points.

Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020

Maquoketa 10 11 20 8 (48)
Benton 8 10 4 19 (41)

Benton hosted Maquoketa in WaMaC action, losing 48-41. Turner Schroeder scored 9 and had 10 rebounds. Sadler had 5 assists and 4 steals. The team was 10 of 43 for field goals, 4 of 24 for three-pointers and 17 of 23 for free throws. The the team had 34 rebounds. Quik Stats. Maquoketa was 16 of 41 from the field, 6 of 18 for three-pointers and 11 of 14 for free throws. They had 22 rebounds.

Friday, Feb. 7, 2020, at Van Horne

Independence 5 7 6 12 (30)
Benton 18 14 18 15 (65)

Benton bounced back with a 65-30 win at home over Independence. Sadler had 14 points, Clay Krousie had 12 with 4 of 7 shooting for three-pointers, and Schroeder had 10. With 6 rebounds each were Sadler and Krousie. Drew Lange had 4 assists. The team was 27 of 62 for field goals, 11 of 25 for three-pointers, and 0 of 5 for free throws. The team had 34 rebounds. Quik Stats. Independence was 10 of 49 for field goals, 4 of 18 for three-pointers and 6 of 10 for free throws. They had 24 rebounds.

Benton girls’ basketball

Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020 at Van Horne

Vinton-Shellsburg 7 8 18 4 (37)
Benton 14 19 10 15 (58)

Jenna Twedt had 19 for Benton. Kayla Lambe added 10. Lauren Woeste had a big night on the boards with 19 rebounds. Twedt also had 3 assists and 3 steals. Emma Von Ahsen had 3 steals, as did Woeste. Twedt blocked two shots. The team was 21 of 55 from the field, 3 of 15 for three-pointers and 13 of 21 for free throws. They had 45 rebounds. Quik Stats.

Friday, Feb. 7, 2020 at Independence

Benton 17 21 18 3 (59)
Independence 5 12 0 5 (22)

Jenna Twedt scored 22 for Benton. Lauren Woeste added 11 and had 10 rebounds. With 3 assists each were Twedt, Alyse Harvey and Kayla Lambe. Harvey also had 3 steals and blocked 1 shot. The team was 21 of 49 for field goals, 6 ofd 18 for three-pointers and 11 of 17 for free throws. They had 42 rebounds. Quik Stats.


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