Winfield-Mt. Union girls top IMSW-MU boys defeated in Southeast Iowa Super Conference game
KALONA — The Winfield-Mt. Union girls’ basketball team put big points on the board early to win a SEISC North Division game at Iowa Mennonite School in Kalona on Friday, 55-36.
The W-MU boys weren’t able to do the same, falling to a tough IMS team by a score of 83-37.
In the girls’ game, W-MU posted at least 15 points in each of the first three quarters to take a 33-16 lead by halftime and hold on for the win.
Shelby Therme paced the Wolves with a game-high 19 points. She also pulled down 10 rebounds to lead W-MU and finish with a double-double.
Cassie Kingery put up nine points for W-MU and Alicia Escher scored eight. Paige Breon grabbed six boards.
Kingery dished four assists and Therme had four steals. Escher and Therme each blocked a shot.
The girls are now 15-4 on the season and 14-3 in the SEISC North.
In the boys’ game, IMS just about doubled the Wolves’ score in each quarter on their way to a win.
Jake Edwards had 16 points to pace W-MU in the loss, and he also grabbed a team-high six rebounds.
Four different players had two assists each: Lucas Rappenecker, Max Fricke, Klayton Booth and Kolt Rossiter.
Rappenecker also had three steals, and Garret Baker had the team’s only block.
The boys are now 3-13 on the season and 2-13 in the SEISC North.
The Wolves will travel to Riverside tonight (Tuesday) to play against Highland.
The girls’ game is set to tipoff at 6 p.m., and the boys’ game will follow.