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NEH boys say goodbye to 6-game slide

January 16, 2013
The Daily Freeman Journal

LATIMER - CAL came up on the schedule at the exact right time for the Northeast Hamilton boys' basketball team.

The Trojans needed a night to redeem their confidence.

With Noah Ronnfeldt and Logan Seiser combining for 40 points, Northeast Hamilton (5-8, 4-7 ISC) ended a six-game slide with a 59-23 romp past the Cadets (0-13, 0-12 ISC) in Iowa Star Conference action last night.

Ronnfeldt blistered the Cadets for 22 points, and Seiser was a monster at both ends, as he finished with 18 points and 21 rebounds.

"This came at a good time for us and we executed much better than we have been," NEH head coach John Seiser said. "The kids did a good job. They stuck with what we wanted to do."

Stephen Chamness gave the Trojans a third double-digit scorer; he finished with 10 points.

Fact Box

Northeast Hamilton 59, CAL 23

Northeast Hamilton (5-8, 4-7 ISC) - Noah Ronnfeldt 8 6-8 22, Logan Seiser 5 6-8 18, Stephen Chamness 4 2-2 10, Nick Jeffers 1 2-4 4, Austin Smith 1 0-0 2, Tyler Smith 1 0-0 2, Truman Chamness 0 1-2 1, Gabe Rapp 0 0-2 0. Totals: 20 17-26 59.

CAL (0-13, 0-12 ISC) - Juan Carlos Calles 3 1-4 8, Andrew Quinones 2 2-3 7, Ben Fahrmann 3 0-3 7, Hunter Schleisman 0 1-2 1. Totals: 8 4-15 23.

Quarter scores - NEH led 12-1, 25-9 and 35-17. 3-point field goals - NEH 2 (Seiser 2); CAL 3 (Calles, Quinones, Fahrmann). Team fouls - NEH 18, CAL 17. Fouled out - none.

NEH jumped out to a 12-1 lead after one quarter, and CAL never threatened again.

Juan Carlos Calles had eight points for the Cadets. Andrew Quinones and Ben Fahrmann both chipped in seven.

 
 

 

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