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Five State Hoops Report (Sunday, November 14th)

11/13/2021, 8:45pm CST
By Chuck Thompson

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Iowa

Grinnell gets out to fast start, but Nebraska Wesleyan rallies for victory

     Grinnell: Ware 14, Rockwell 12, Lillis 10

Cougars Hand (Grand View) Vikings First Loss Of Season

     Grand View: Pisney 29, Larsen 16, Ahlstrom 15

Stars Hold on Late to Defeat (Graceland) Yellowjackets

     Graceland: Sager 16, Nauman 11, Buntin 10

(Clarke) Pride drop school record 114 points in win over Bethel (IN)

     Clarke: Haase 30, McDermott 29, Kelchen 14

(Northwestern) Raiders' Second Half Comeback Leads To Win Over #4 Marian

     Northwestern: Jones 17, Danner 16, Schany 14

(Upper Iowa) Peacocks Close Central Region Challenge with Back-and-Forth Battle Against Muleriders

     Upper Iowa: Musgrave 33, Haack 25, Evenson 23

Hurley hits 22 in Central women's basketball loss

     Central: Hurley 22, Akiona 9, Van Gorp 8

(Buena Vista) Women's Basketball Falls at Monmouth 73-56

     Buena Vista: Whitver 11, Hamlett 10, Anhalt 8

(Coe) Women's Basketball Suffers First Defeat of Season to Augustana

     Coe: Buck 21, Southard 11, Wisner 7, Petersen 7

RV (Loras) Duhawks Remain Undefeated with 89-43 Win Against Platteville

     Loras: Haslow 22, Udelhofen 16, Martin 11

(Briar Cliff) Chargers open conference play with upset over #9 Concordia

     Briar Cliff: Deitchler 20, Davis 17, Martinez 10

Morningside beings 2021-22 GPAC slate on high note

     Morningside: Mitchell 14, Peppers 14, Rodenburgh 11, Lofstrom 11

Slow Start Crushes (William Penn) Statesmen Against Swedes

     William Penn: True 11, Clark 11, White 7

 

Minnesota

($) Fall Exclusive Final Week Standouts: Class of 2022-2024

Neveah Hughes (White Bear Lake/43 Hoops) has committed to Rock Valley College. Hughes averaged 11.9 PPG in 2020-21

($) 2024 rankings update: The biggest stock risers

Redbirds (Illinois St) spoil Women's Hoops (St Thomas) home debut with 70-55 win

     St Thomas: Hill 12, Burns 11, Norling 10, Porter 10

(Martin Luther) Women Close WLC Tournament with UW-La Crosse Defeat

     Martin Luther: Heckendorf 8, Gosch 6, Nelson 5

Bethany Lutheran Suffers First Loss of the Season

     Bethany Lutheran: Geistfeld 21, Kottke 10, Cotten 9

Heittola records double-double in (Bemidji State) Beavers season-opening win

     Bemidji State: Heittola 18, Schires 14, Yoder 12

Resiliency reigns supreme as SMSU Knocks Off #15 UNK

     SMSU: Reinhart 27, Borchers 16, Stetler 13

Slow Start Sinks (Minnesota Morris) Cougars against UW-Oshkosh

     Minnesota-Morris: Wollschlager 11, Van Kempen 6, Eagle Chasing 5

(Augsburg) Auggies drop road contest to the University of Chicago

     Augsburg: Eastman 16, Coplin 15, Lor 14

CSB wraps up tip-off tournament with big win over Vikings

     CSB: Szathmary 17, Meyer 15, Martin 13, Seyer 13

(North Central) Big team win for women's basketball

     North Central: Hagstrom 19, DiGiorgio 13, Conteh 11, Seegers 11

Big Second Half Lifts #6 Central Missouri past (MSU-Moorhead) Dragon Women, 73-53

     MSU-Moorhead: Jens 15, Boom 15, McKeever 8

Strong fourth quarter not enough for (St Catherine) Wildcats

     St Catherine: Orth 9. Benjamin 8, Schimnowki 8

Northwest Missouri State Uses Big Second Quarter to Defeat Minnesota Crookston 53-48

     Minnesota-Crookston: Fox 14, Post 9, Fraaza 9

(Concordia-Moorhead) Cobbers Hold On For First Victory in Conference Opener

     Concordia-Moorhead: Beseman 24, Sem 12, Kedl 10

($) Fall Exclusive Final Week Standouts: Class of 2025-2028

 

Nebraska

Darian Winkelbauer (2022 Millard North HS) has verballed with Webster. Winkelbauer averaged 6.7 PPG in 2020-21 for Millard North

(Creighton) Women's Basketball Takes Battle of Omaha, 71-51

     Creighton: Jensen 16, Bachelor 13, Rembao 11

(Omaha) Mavericks Come Up Short At Creighton

     Omaha: Pratt 9, Pilakouta 7, Bartle 7

Fourth quarter rally gives WSC women 72-65 win at Newman in Season Opener

      Wayne State: Hammer 21, Zacharias 15, Pingel 12

Tabor holds on for 71-67 win over (Bellevue) Bruins

     Bellevue: Ross 18, Martinez 15, Scott 9

Mustangs Use Big Fourth Quarter to Run Past the Lopers, 76-66

     Nebraska-Kearney: Backes 19, Law 14, Carlson 8

Defense Lifts (Doane) WBB to Best Start in 20 Years

     Doane: Hatcliff 25, Teten 12, Nall 9

(Concordia Nebraska) Deficit too large to overcome in season's first road test

     Concordia Nebraska: Rushton 16, Farrell 10, Luebbe 9

 

North Dakota

(NDSU) Bison Fall On Road At Green Bay 71-54

     NDSU: Hamling 20, Cobbins 10, Schulte 6, Hopkins 6

First Quarter Pressure the Difference in 89-69 UTEP Win (North Dakota)

     North Dakota: Orth 17, Manson 15, Hoskin 10

(Valley City State) Vikings Drop Pair of Games at Northwestern Classic

     Valley City State: Diemert 13, Critchley 11, Johnson 11

     Valley City State: Dieterle 10, Roberts 7, Nielsen 7

(Mary) Marauders women's basketball falls in a 66-62 thriller to the Bronchos

     Mary: Williams 15, Voit 13, Wacha 10

(Black Hills State) Yellow Jackets Record First Win of the Season in Minot

     BHSU: Kocer 13, Hammerbeck 10, Fox 6, Beacom 6

Late rally not enough in Minot State's 56-55 loss to Black Hills State

     Minot State: Stevahn 24, Head 9, Wilson 8

CSM rallies late to defeat (Jamestown) Jimmies

     Jamestown: Josephson 12, Savela 12, Rodakowski 11

 

South Dakota

Northern State Falls at #6 Central Missouri

Sydney White has a career-high 18 but second half rally by USF Women's Basketball falls short in 76-68 loss to MWSU

     Sioux Falls: White 18, Schaub 13, Carlson 12

(Mount Marty) Lancers Travel for First Conference Game of the Season

    Mount Marty: Millar 11, Otkin 8, Kemp 7

(Dakota Wesleyan) Women's Basketball Comes Up Short in Sioux Falls, Falls to #6 Mustangs to Open GPAC Play

     Dakota Wesleyan: Kirk 15, Ihnen 11, Reiner 10

#13 (Dakota State) Trojans hit century point, rout Conquistadors 105-55

     Dakota State: Giles 20, Walsdorf 16, DeBeer 14

Northern State Defeats Rogers State 82-74

     Northern State: Fillipi 24, Rogers 18, Roe 13

(South Dakota Mines) Women's Basketball Team Starts Slow, Falling To 0-2

     South Dakota Mines: Bauer 8, Bodette 8, Johnson 6, Peterson 6

 

Wisconsin

W7 Girls Basketball Day

Gracie McNabb (2023 Grafton HS/Chapman Basketball Academy) Highlight Reel

Mya Moore (Pius XI) has signed with Seattle University. Moore averaged 15.6 PPG as Pius XI went 14-10 in 2020-21

Pingel Powers (UWGB) Phoenix past NDSU in Home Opener

     Green Bay: Pingel 22, Blackburn 11, Levy 8

(Edgewood) Cardinals deal Eagles non-conference setback

     Edgewood: Shane 15, Bonser 14, Guerrero 10, Pikulyk 10

Defense Guides Carthage Over St Mary's 50-32

     Carthage: Coshun 12, Ester 10, Barrett 7

Stout jumps out early over Bethel, go on to 96-79 win

     Stout: Olsem 18, Mutch 14, Schaeffer 13, Giesen 13

Nilsen and the (UWRF) Falcons down Yellowjackets for win #1

     UWRF: Nilsen 28, Justice 19, DeSouza 9

(UW-Superior) Yellowjackets Fall to Falcons at Eau Claire Tip-Off Tournament

     UW-Superior: Servais 20, Christian 13, Zimmer 8, Luoma 8

(UW-Parkside) Women's Basketball Completes Second Half Comeback to Defeat Quincy

     UW-Parkside: Nelson 23, Plockelman 15, Bohr 9

UWL Earns Victory over Martin Luther College

     UWL: Gamoke 13, Schumann 9, Dienberg 8, Gilles 8

Third Quarter Dooms St Norbert Against Carroll

     St Norbert: Jepson 14, DeCleene 13, Gierczak 9

(UW-Oshkosh) Titans Have Little Trouble With Cougars

     UW-Oshkosh: Arneson 15, Vaile 12, Porath 10, Osterman 10

Loras Runs Past (UW-Platteville) Pioneers

     UW-Platteville: Anger 11, Heckert 7, Mueller 7

Marian Concludes Road Trip With Loss To Northwestern

     Marian: Downard 16, Guy 13, Garrard 10

Waldorf On Fire From Downtown In (Beloit) Bucs Loss

     Beloit: Boyance 17, Kalk 16, Ciochon 11

#18 (UW-Whitewater) Women's Basketball Finishes 2-0 in Stevens Point

     UW-Whitewater: Grundahl 21, Schumacher 10, Trautsch 9, Taylor 9

(Carroll) Women's Basketball Wins St Norbert Tournament Handily

     Carroll: Rohner 19, Thompson 12, Palzkill 12

(Concordia Wisconsin) Women's Basketball Popped by Pointers

     Concordia Wisconsin: Buchholz 15, Hafemann 11, Smitsdorff 10

Slowik's Pivotal Three Fuels Comeback Win For (UW-Stevens Point) Pointers

     UW-Stevens Point: Thomson 15, Nies 13, Pfeifer 10

Leisemann's Double-Double Leads WLC To Wire-To-Wire Win

     Wisconsin Lutheran: Leisemann 21, Mace 19, Birkholz 15

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