Bondurant-Farrar’s Logan Farmer (5) Blocks a layup by Carlisle’s Courtney Joiner (10) at Carlisle High School on Jan. 6.
Ballard (Huxley) 47,
BALLARD, Ia. – Jaden Moody scored 11 points and grabbed seven boards to lead the Bombers. Kolby Jensen add nine points, three rebounds, three assists and a steal. Parker Klimesh scored 13 points for the Huskies.
Carroll 69, Boone 57
CARROLL, Ia. – Carroll led 35-22 at the half and never looked back to get the win at home. Kolby Molinsky led all scorers with 21 points. Eli Cleveland added 12 points. Ashton Clemons and Tanner Schminke each scored 10 points for the Toreadors.
Grinnell 57, Pella Christian 50
GRINNELL, Ia. – Sophomore Cade McKnight led Grinnell to a win over Pella Christian with a team-high 16 points. Sophomore Sam Allen wasn’t far behind with 15 points for the Tigers.
Gilbert 80, Collins-Maxwell/Baxter 53
MAXWELL, Ia. – Senior Wes Greder dropped 23 points to lift Gilbert over CMB. Sophomore Jack Hoiberg and senior Noah Haverdink chipped in 12 apiece for CMB.
Nevada 66, Colfax-Mingo 47
NEVADA, Ia. – Cole Gidel scored 14 points and grabbed six steals to lead the Cubs. A.J. Strottman added 12 points and six rebounds. Blake Summy had 11 points for the Tigerhawks.
Grand View Christian 71,
Ankeny Christian 40
ANKENY, Ia. – Junior Katie Hall led Grand View Christian with 27 points, and senior Kaylee Whittington added 10 in a win over Ankeny Christian.
Carlisle 52, ADM (Adel) 46
CARLISLE, Ia. – Senior Kaleigh Haus scored a team-high 21 points for Carlisle. Payton Keeney and Shelbie Curry weren’t far behind with 11 and 10 points, respectively.
Ballard 62, Winterset 22
HUXLEY, Ia. – Junior Gabie Doud paced Ballard with 21 points. Two other Ballard players reached double figures in scoring. Meredith Ossian scored 13 points, and Emily Knittel added 10.
Norwalk 66, Oskaloosa 37
NORWALK, Ia. – Two freshman led the way for the Warriors in a convincing win at home, as four players scored double digits. Shae Campbell poured in 21 points, and Miranda Hughes added 17 points. Tori VanVelzen scored 14 points, while Gabby Grove chipped in 10 points. Sophomore Alexis Westercamp led the way with 12 points for the Indians.