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page B2 -- Sioux County Index-Reporter SPORTS Wednesday, [ ..... ....... SCOREBOARD SIOUXLAND CONFERENCE LAKES CONFERENCE BOYS BASKETBALL STANDINGS BOYS BASKETBALL STANDINGS Boyden-Hull Comets 8-0 (10-0) Western Christian 5-1 (6-2) Sioux Center Warriors 6-1 (6-1) Le Mars Bulldogs 4-1 (4-3) M-OC/FV Lady Dutch 6-2 (7-2) Spencer Tigers 7-0 (%2) Sibley-Ocheyedan Generals 6-2 (7-2) Sheldon Orabs 4-2 (6-3) Okoboji Pioneers 4-4 (4-4) t~mmetsburg E-Hawks 4-2 (7-2) George-Little Rock Mustangs 3-5 (3-5) Cherokee Braves 2-4 (4-4) H-M-S Hawks 3-5 (3-6) Esthervilte-LC Midgets 0-4 (0-6) Central Lyon Lions 2-5 (3-5) Spirit Lake lodians 0-5 {2-6) West Lyon Wildcats 1-7(1-7)Storm Lake Tornados 0-5 (2-6) Rock Valley Rockets 0-8 (0-10) Boyden-Hull 61 Sioux Center 59 Westdrn Christian 72 Le Mars 59 George-Little Rock 75 Rock Valley 67 Spencer 82 Storm Lake 57 M-OC/FV 75 Sibley-Ocheyedan 70 Emmetsburg 56 Sheldon 55 Central Lyon 63 West Lyon 53 Cherokee 68 tgpirit Lake 53 Okoboji 67 H-M-S 49 Boyden-Hull 73 M-OC/FV 59 Emmetsburg 82 Western Christian 65 Sibtey-Ocheyedan 58 Rock Valley 51 Spencer 72 Spirit Lake 49 H-M-S 66 George-Little Rock Valley 52 Sheldon 65 Storm Lake 52 Okoboji 86 West Lyon 61 Le Mars 74 Estherville-LC 42 Monday, Jan. 6 South O'Brien 70 Rock Valley 52 SIOUXLAND CONFERENCE LAKES CONFERENCE GIRLS BASKETBALl. STANDINGS GIRLS BASKETBALL STANDINGS RecordTeam Rock Valley Rockets 9-0 ( 11-1 ) Cherokee Braves 7-0 (9-0) George-Little Rock Mustangs 7-2 (9-2)Western Christian 5-1 (5-4) Okoboji Pioneers 7-2 (8-2)Le Mars Bulldogs 5-I (5-5) Sioux Center Warriors 5-3 (5-3)Spencer Tigers 3-3 (6-3) Sibley-Ocheyedan Generals 5-5 (5-5)Esthervilte-LC Midgets 2-4 12-5) M-OC/FV Lady Dutch 4-5 (4-6)Storm Lake ]brnados 2-4 (3-5) Central Lyon Lions 3-5 (3-7)Emmetsburg E-Hawks 1-4 (1-7) Boyden-Hull Comets 3-6 (4-7)Sheldon Orabs 1-5 (4-5) West Lyon Wildcats 2-7 (2-8)Spirit Lake Indians 1-5 (3-6) H-M-S Hawks 0-9 (0- I 0) Sioux Center 62 Boyden-Hull 47 Western Christian 37 Le Mars 31 Rock Valley 63 George-Little Rock 33 Spencer 64 Storm Lake 51 Sibley-Ocheyedan41 M-OC/FV40 Emmetsburg46 Sheldon 35 Central Lyon 57 West Lyon 53 Cherokee 69 Spirit Lake 35 Okoboji 82 H-M-S 37 M-OC/FV 47 Boyden-Hull 45 Western Christian 38 Emmetsburg 34 Rock Valley 64 Sibley-Ocheyean 31 Spencer 56 Spirit Lake 45 George-Little Rock Valley 83 H-M-S 42 Storm Lake 46 Sheldon 35 West Lyon 56 Oko~ji 51 Le Mars 53 Estherville-LC 48 SIOUXLAND CONFERENCE WRESTLING STANDINGS LAKES CONFERENCE WRESTLING STANDINGS Team ~ Team Sibley-Och Generals 4-0-1 (6-2-1) Emmetsburg E-Hawks 2-0 (2-0) Okoboji Pioneers 2-0 (3-2) Le Mars Bulldogs 2-0 (2-0/ West Lyon Wildcats 1-0-1 (2-1-I) Spirit Lake Park Indians 2-0 (4-0) M-OC/FV Lady Dutch 3-i (4-2) Estherville-LC Midgets 3-1 (3-1) H-M-S Hawks 1-,4 (2-2)Spencer Tigers 0-0 (1-0) Sioux Center Warriors 1-1 (1-1) Storm Lake Tornados 1-1 (I-1) Rock Valley Rockets I-2 (1-3) Western Christian 1-3 (2-4) George-Little Rock Mustangs 0-3 (1-5) Cherokee Braves 0- 1-1 10-1 - 1 ) Central Lyon Lions 0-5 (1-7) Sheldon~SO'B Orabs 0-5-1 (2-5-1) HULL FAMILY BOWL TUESDAY NIGHT WOMENS LEAGUE -- WEEK 15 OF 30 Team / The Spotlight ~ 21.50 8.50 Xtreme Body Works 8.50 21.50 Groschopp II,00 19.00 Vi's Costume 4.00 26.00 Darlo's Auto Shop 800 22.~ Northside Body Shop - 22.00 8.00 ff.amc, nLO.~tal 261.50 188.50 237.00 213,00 235.00 2t5.00 230.50 219.50 194.00 256.00 192.00 258.00 High Scratch Game ---- "ream Darlo's Auto 788 Northside Body 780 Northside Body 755 High Scratch Darlo's Auto Northside Body The Spotlight Series --- Team 2247 2221 2155 NATE HARMSEN waits for the official to slap the mat as he scores the fall over West Sioux's Tate Martinson. Chris Driesen would' record the forfeits at 215 and 119 pounds. by Randy M. Cauthron first of two forfeit wins on the night Neither team had a wrestler corn- Index-Reporter at 145 to put Rock Valley in front to peting at 103 pounds. stay in the team points race.Closing out the evening, Rock ROCK VALLEY -- The Rock Justin Juffer, competing at t 52 Valley and West Sioux would take Valley Rockets hosted their first pounds, scored an 11-1 major deci- the mat. The Rockets would tall wrestling meet of the year sion against James Schilling.into an early hole, down 16-0 after Wednesday, bringing Siouxland Nate Harmsen, currently ratedthree matches that included a major Conference rival George-Little third in Class IA at 160 pounds, decision, a forfeit, and a fall. Rock and War Eagle Conference posted a first period fall over Zach Forfeits to Van Engen and Driesen foe West Sioux to town. Vande Kamp in 1:36. at 140 and 145 pounds would put Rock Valley would top the Rocket Cody Johnson added to the the Rockets back in the game, trail- Mustangs 52-24, West Sioux would point parade at 171 pounds with a ingjust 16-12. best G-LR 51-12, and then the third period fall at 4:52 over Justin Another fall at 152 pounds would Falcons would roll the Rockets 46- Hinrichs. put West Sioux up 22-12. 28 in the nightcap. Felipe Gonzalez needed just 1:11 Harmsen would score a 12-I In their opener against the to finish off 189-pounder Joey major decision against Tate Mustangs, Mike Rus got things Kruger for the Mustangs to push the Martinsen. and Johnson would earn started off right at 125 pounds with Rocket lead to 40-12. a tall at 4:52 over Zac Porter to pull a 43 second fall over Scott That would prove to be the final the two teams even at 22-22 head- Remmstsma. match of the evening between the ing to the 189 pound contest. After suffering a forfeit and a loss two schools as Rock Valley's Matt West Sioux would finish the night by fall, the Rockets would get back Wichers and Derrik Orton would with two forfeits and a pair of falls, on the winning track at 140 pounds claim open victories at heavyweight while Rock Valley's Orton would when Mitch Van Engen stuck Mike and 112 pounds respectively, while get his second free win at 112 Holing in 1:20. George-Little Rock would claim pounds. SCOTT KEIZER pulls up for a jumper in the lane against Sibley-Oche?t'd~ First win continues elude Rocket boys 16-11 lead after one by Randy M. Cau/hron their advantage would Index-Reporter by halftime as both enter the intermission In conference or out. the Rock at 30-30. That tie would Valley boys can't seem to find any fall by the wayside as relief for their case of basketball horrible third quarter in blues. Rock Valley saw first quar- Rockets were outscored 1 ter leads disolve last week as they the Wolverines would tell victim to South O'Brien. 70-52victory f or the Sibley-Ocheyedan and George- a non-conference affair. Little Rock. Rock Valley would shots from the floor and PAULLINA -- Against a toughequal amount of baskets South O'Brien basketball team free throw line. Monday night'on the road. Rock Valley's boys managed to hold a ROCKET BOYS-'~ ~ by Randy M. Cauthron Index-Reporter HULL -- Western Christian scored their first Lakes Conference wrestling victory of the year, recording a 35-31 win over the merged Sheldon and South O'Brien programs. The victory over the Orabs included back-to- back wins at 112 and 119 pounds, RAND'I M. CA[rTHRON -- INDEX-REPOR] ER ORAB ANTHONY Heibult lasted only 1:17 against WC's Bryce Boogerd who scored a fall. wrestlers rst mat win second frame. WC's 130-pounder Matt De Jong recorded a 17-2 technical tall over Dan Lemke; Dan Buys needed just just 52 seconds to put Justin Wynia away at }40 pounds; and Blake Groeneweg stuck Shane Still in under half a minute, using just 24 seconds to complete the task. A total of 24 of Sheldon-South O'Brjen's 31 points came from Western Christian forfeits. R~,so~ M. C~,[ rltllO'~ -- ]'~DIf X-REPORT[R and two others at 140. and 171To get the evening started, WESTERN CHRISTIAN 189-pounder Mike Uittenbogaard struggles to break the pounds. Western battled a talented Le Mars hold of Sheldon-South O'Brien's MikeHelgerson. Helgerson won 2-1. Bryce Boogerd topped Anthony team with the Bulldogs dominating Kolar at 135 pounds accounted for felt victoD' at i 12 pounds resulted Heibult in 1 : 17- of the first period at the competition to the tune of a 69- the only actual match win for WC in Vqestern's 10 points. The maroon 112 pounds, and Jason Van Den 10 victory, in the meet. His our points for the and white would surender four Top stuck Josh Logan at 3 : l l of the Buys major decision over AI 11-3 win added to-Boogerd's for- falls and seven forfeits. Western with WEST~t~N HULL -- After suffering pointing Lakes loss on Tuesday, was happy to return to tl~ confines of their Hull on Le Mars Friday night were right-to be jumped out to an early tesy of strong three-point and then slovly pull visiting Bulldogs for a It was a chan time that helped _ deal with the according to Coach "Le Mars is a very we had difficulty penetration in the first Hector had 12 points half and we put Steve on him the second half him scoreless. couldn't also put Steve Sitzman who had 25 Western outshot ke percent for thegame, decided advantage~,at stripe 78 to 47 percent. Ethan Haveman points and grabbed nine JJ. Koele added 12, posted 10 points and and" Steve Van Voorst down 11. Mike Van seven boards, three steals, blocks. giftS remain perfect, beat Generals, Mustangs in 100p hoops ly," commented Rocket coach a,,,,, ~t. c,~,,,,,,,- ~,,,,,-m:,,,,,,:, by Randy M. Cauthron Preston Kooima tbllowing the AMBER DE WEERD of Rock Valley looks Index-Reporter team's 33-point victory, to split the S-O defense. The Generals were unable to reach Playing a couple of Siouxland double digit scoring in any period play. Conference games as a tune-up for except the last where they managed their non-conference showdown 12 points. GEORGE -- Rock Valley set the with nationally sixth-ranked South Rock Vailey continued to shoot tone early, outscoring l lth-ranked Sioux City Saturday night. Despite well, finishing with a 52 percent George-Little Rock 20-8 in the first the lop-sided score in both wins, the field goal effort for the game, but quarter en route to a 63-33 drubbing Rockets didn't play the same level the pace seemed sluggish compared of the Mustangs. of flawless ball that they had to the fast-paced contests in previ- The Rockets poured it on early to enjoyed inpreviousweeks, ousoutings, take a 38-14 advantage into the Deb Remmerde posted 27 pointsbreak against the team that nearly ROCK VALLEY -- Rock Valley to lead Rock Valley while Erica upset them in the Class 1A Regional established itself early against Schlotfeldt tallied 11 to go with semi-final last year. Sibley-Ocheyedan, jumping out to nine assists in the game. Fellow Rock Valley shot 48 percent for an 8-0 lead and pushing that advan- senior Molly Gort produced five the game and made 7 of 19 free tage to 16-4 by quarters end on their rebounds and as many steals to lead throws. way to a 64-31 beating of the Lady the squad in both categories while Deb Remmerde posted 31 points, Generals. freshman Shayla Lange continued Erica Schlotfeldt finished with nine "It was a good defensive game, to be a defensive obstacle under the assists and seven steals. Amber De but we played tentative offensive- basket with four blocks in limited Weerd collected five boards.