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Alta boys JV clouts Gehlen, now 15-0

Monday, February 5, 2007

The Alta JV boys basketball team continued their winning ways Thursday with a convincing 92-40 victory over the LeMars Gehlen Jays, as Alta improved to 15-0.

Stuart Goslinga led the scoring charts with 26 followed by Austin Stille with 17, Scott Radke with 14, Quentin Thomas with eight, and Mike Huseman, Jack Mills and Andrew Allerdings with six each.

Stille had eight steals, Thomas, Peterson and Huseman 2 each. Schmitz, Peterson and Allerdings had four assists each.

"Every player contributed in this game,"" commented Coach Dean Lietz, "We ran the court well, passed the ball well and played solid defensively. These guys keep getting better all the time."

The Alta High junior varsity basketball scored early and often in an 89-32 victory earlier this week

The 'Clones were led by Stuart Goslinga with 25 points and 11 rebounds. Mike Huseman and Quentin Thomas each scored 10 points.

Alex Peterson and Jack Mills each added nine points. while Austin Stille netted eight, Scott Radke seven, Andrew Allerdings six and Chris Schmitz five.

Stille grabbed seven boards with Peterson and Allerdings adding four each.

Radke notched four steal four steals and Peterson two. Schmitz and Peterson had five assists each, with Huseman adding four and Stille three.

"We really played a complete game tonight," Alta junior varsity coach Dean Lietz said.

"We only had eight turnovers and shot the ball well. I thought we took a step forward."

The Alta JV "B" boys basketball team took on Sioux Central in a home contest and avenged an early season loss by beating the Rebels 42-31.

Cameron Manteufel led Alta with 13 points, Robert Maharry added 10, Ben Stevens, D.J. Bass and Jon Lietz five each and Mike Huseman four. Stevens had nine rebounds, Bass eight, Manteufel five, and Lietz and Maharry four each.

Stevens, Lietz and Manteufel all had three steals with Lietz and Stevens collecting two assists each.

"We didn't shoot the ball well but I thought we played well except for a stretch in the 4th quarter when Sioux Central's full court pressure bothered us." said Lietz, "We needed a win and I was proud of the guys for going out and getting one." The win brings Alta's record to 5-6.

The Alta JV boys basketball team struggled against a determined Sioux Central Rebel team but prevailed in the end 47-38 to preserve their unbeaten season at 14-0.

Scott Radke led the way with 12 points followed by Quentin Thomas with 11, Stuart Goslinga with six, Jack Mills with five five, Chris Schmitz four, and Austin Stille and Alex Peterson with three each,

Andrew Allerdings netted two points and Mike Huseman one as all the Cyclones hit the scoring column.



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