No. 5 Wildcats take care of Trojets
JANESVILLE - Fifth-ranked (Class 1A) Janesville got scoring contributions from 11 different players in a 72-15 romp over Northeast Hamilton in an Iowa Star Conference girls' basketball game here last night.
Victoria Leyh was the only player in double figures with 12 points, but seven other Wildcats (2-1, 2-1 ISC) scored at least seven.
"They're No. 5 for a reason and, fundamentally, we'll still working on the basics," NEH head coach Adam Vorrie said.
Janesville led 23-3 after one quarter and 45-7 at the intermission.
Kaylee Massman led NEH (0-4, 0-3 ISC) with five points.
Trojans suffer first loss
JANESVILLE - The Northeast Hamilton boys' basketball team took its first tumble of the season here last night.
Janesville earned a 63-49 victory over the Trojans (2-1, 2-1 ISC) in Iowa Star Conference play.
Logan Seiser scored 29 points in the loss.
Look for the complete story in Thursday's Daily Freeman-Journal.
SH girls start slow, fall to PCM
MONROE - South Hamilton outscored PCM 19-17 in the second half of a Heart of Iowa Conference girls' basketball game here last night.
But by then it was way too late.
PCM (4-2, 3-1 HOIC) led 16-2 after one quarter and 38-13 at the half in its 55-32 victory over the Hawks (0-4, 0-4 HOIC).
"We turned the tables on PCM and were the aggressor in the second half," South Hamilton head coach Kathi Fisher said. "I hope the girls remember how it felt to play that way."
Savana Stangeland had 12 points and nine rebounds in the loss. Kaitlin Fisher pitched in seven points, seven rebounds and three steals.
PCM's Abbi Gilson led all scorers with 19 points.