TREYNOR – Class 2-A No. 2 Treynor came back from the holiday break in high gear Thursday, handling Class 3-A Creston 66-38 in nonconference boys basketball.

Jon Schwarte, Treynor’s 6-foot-10 junior, led the Cardinals with 20 points and Jack Tiarks added 18 points.

“Our defense was really locked in,” Treynor coach Scott Rucker said. “Offensively, we left a lot of points out there.”

Creston (2-7) 8 7 8 15–38

Treynor (9-0) 17 15 14 20–66

C: Brance Baker 2, Kylan Smallwood 16, Cael Kralik 6, Colby Burg 2, Payton Pryor 4, Clayton Stafford 2, Evan Bruce 2, Brodie Wallace 2, Ashton Wills 2.

T: Sid Schaaf 5, Noah James 2, Jon Schwarte 20, Jack Stogdill 10, Craig Chapman 2, Jerry Jorgenson 9, Jack Tiarks 18.

Girls Basketball

St. Albert 51,

Tri-Center 24

NEOLA – St. Albert got a taste of victory after losing three straight games and six of their last seven.

“We played some pretty good defense at times,” St. Albert coach Dick Wettengel said. “It was also nice to see Bailey (White) get untracked a bit.”

White, a senior, led the Saintes with 20 points. Another senior, Emily Recher, added 11.

Lilly Dahir, a 5-foot-6 senior, led Tri-Center with 14.

St. Albert (4-6) 14 13 10 14–51

Tri-Center (3-7) 5 6 9 4–24

SA: Bel Pershing 7, Allie Petry 3, Bailey White 20, Emily Recher 11, Teagan Blackburn 4, Veronica Svajgl 3, Bailee Cook 3.

T-C: Lilly Dahir 14, Jade Daughenbaugh 1, Kylie Alfers 2, Addy Fischer 3, Kayla Jensen 4.

Treynor 59,

Creston 37

TREYNOR – Class 2-A No. 2 Treynor got 21 points from Briar Cliff commitment Konnor Sudmann.

“That’s the most size we’ve faced this season, but we played our best defense of the season,” Treynor coach Joe Chapman said. “Our offense started a bit sluggish but got going the last three quarters.”

“Creston has a good club.”

Kelsey Fields, a 6-foot-2 sophomore, led Class 3-A Creston with 19 points. Kayla Chapman added 12 points for Treynor.

Creston (5-4) 9 5 11 12–37

Treynor (9-0) 8 14 20 17–59

C: Sam Dunphy 7, Bree Ross 2, Saige Rice 2, Brielle Baker 5, Braelyn Baker 2, Kelsey Fields 19.

T: Tori Castle 4, Noel James 2, Konnor Sudmann 21, Anna Halverson 2, Sydney Carman 8, Kayla Chapman 12, Sydni Huisman 10.

Swimming

Sioux City Metro 101,

Lewis Central 69

Lewis Central’s boys dropped their first meet after the holiday break to visiting Sioux City Metro.

“We had some illness, but we did not swim very well,” L.C. coach Bruce Schomburg said. “Sioux City was the better team tonight.”

There were some bright spots. Mason Parks won the 50-yard freestyle and the 100 butterfly, also joining Dallas Davis, Hunter Evans and Carter Stangeland in winning the 400 free relay.

Davis won the 200 individual medley, and Stangeland captured the 500 free.

Lewis Central returns to action Saturday at the Johnston Invitational.

Lewis Central scoring:

200-yard medley relay: 2. Dallas Davis, Carter Stangeland, Mason Parks, Kamron Alexander, 1:48.43

200 freestyle: 3. Hunter Evans 1:55.93; 4. Stangeland, 1:57.26.

200 individual medley: 1. Davis 2:12.57; 3. David Gann, 2:23.60.

50 free: 1. Parks, 22.56; 3. Alexander, 24.60.

100 butterfly: 1. Parks, 57.82.

100 free: 2. Evans, 52.90; 3. Alexander, 58.21.

500 free: 1. Stangeland, 5:11.27; 2. Gann, 5:26.11.

200 free relay: 3. Evans, Gabe Patton, Alexander, Gann, 1:43.54.

100 backstroke: 3. Davis, 1:03.57

100 breaststroke: 3. Harrison Sprecher, 1:26.10

400 free relay: 1. Davis, Evans, Parks, Stangeland, 3:26.36.

Bowling

Lewis Central

sweeps Clarinda

Lewis Central’s boys and girls teams each defeated Clarinda at Thunderbowl.

The boys, led by Tim Lincoln’s two-game series of 459, swept the first five places in a 3,200 to 2,652 win.

The girls won 2,411 to 1,846, led by Savannah Wayman’s two-game series of 400.

L.C. results:

Boys: Johnathan Hemmingson 203-205–408; A.J. Schiltz 179-214–393, Brandon Cline 214-202–416; Tim Lincoln 266-193–459; Zach McDaniel 211-199–410; Lucas McDaniel 152-183–335

Girls: Savannah Wayman 207-193–400; Zoe Pawloski 192-137– 329; Mikayla McCart 148-134–282; Natalie Fahrenkrug 178-153–331; Sierra Haddix 144-127–271; Taylor French 98-141–239

Wrestling

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T.J. tops Lynx,

loses to SB-Luton

Thomas Jefferson won seven straight contested matches to take a 47-23 win over Abraham Lincoln in a double dual at Thomas Jefferson.

The Yellow Jackets and Lynx each also dropped dual matches to Sergeant Bluff-Luton.

City double winners for the day were T.J.’s Cameron Baker at 220 (two pins), the Jackets’ Dalton Flibotte at 138 (decision, major decision) and T.J.’s Jason Salazar at 170 (pin, major decision).

TJ-AL results:

126: Josh Boots, AL, pinned Gage Belt, 2:54; 132: Aiden Keller, TJ, pinned Cam Erickson, 4:57; 138: Dalton Flibotte, TJ, maj. dec. Sean Lorenzen, 14-3; 145: Mack Dofner, TJ, pinned Austin Mattice, 2:54; 152: Seneca Calhoun, TJ, pinned Kent Hyde, 1:08; 160: Emilio Rubio, TJ, by forfeit; 170: Jason Salazar, TJ, maj. dec. Austin Eledge, 14-5; 182: Jacob Byers, TJ, by forfeit; 220: Cameron Baker, TJ, pinned Ben Price, 2:27; 285: Gabriel Daniels, AL, by forfeit; 106: Isaiah Monarrez, AL, by forfeit; 113: Mason Allen, TJ, dec. Tanner Potter, SV-1 4-2; 120: Seth Frush, AL, tech. fall Matthew Foster 17-1, 4:55

Titans go 3-0;

Rams topple Shen

Lewis Central won three dual wrestling matches, beating Glenwood 41-37, Shenandoah 78-6 and Red Oak 53-18.

Glenwood also swept Shenandoah 75-0.

Winning two contested matches for L.C. were Robbie O’Doniel at 113 (pin, decision), Brian Paul at 132 (two pins), Nick Wolf at 145 (two pins), and Caleb Kingery at 160 (two pins.

Glenwood’s double winners were Dalton Bell at 113 (two pins) and Noah Carter at 220 (one pin, one decision).

Lo-Ma finishes 2-0;

Tri-Center goes 1-1

LOGAN – Logan-Magnolia bounced West Central Valley and Tri-Center in a double dual.

Tri-Center fell to Lo-Ma but beat West Central Valley 38-36 when Alex Ausdemore decisioned his opponent at 285 pounds in the dual’s final match.

Five Lo-Ma wrestlers won two contested matches each: Sean Thompson at 106 (two pins), Briar Reisz at 126 (pin, decision), Gavin Maguire at 132 (two pins), Weston Worley at 170 (pin, major decision) and Cole Leonard at 285 (pin, major decision.

For Tri-Center, double winners were Trevor Nelson at 145 (two pins) and Bryson Freeberg at 160 (pin, decision)

Falcons drop

three duals

CRESTON – St. Albert’s wrestling team fell to Carroll Kuemper, Creston/Orient-Macksburg and Clarinda in a quadrangular.

Keaton Barnes at 138 won one contested match for the Falcons.

Cyclones top Monarchs,

fall to Atlantic-CAM

HARLAN – Atlantic’s wrestlers moved into first place in the Hawkeye Ten Conference with a 39-31 win over Harlan Community.

The Cyclones also beat Denison-Schleswig 76-6, helped by six forfeits.

Carter Bendorf (170) and Nathan Henry (195) each won two matches for the Cyclones.

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