January 26th Scores

The North Fayette/Valley Girls shut down South Winn the first three quarters on their way to a 52-38 victory. Emma Ney led the Tigerhawks with 17. Abby Reichter added 15 and Kenlin Schmitt chipped in 10. South Winn was led by Mary Frana with 9 and Josie Tieskoetter and Katrina Hageman added 8-each. The Tigerhawks led by eight the end of one. The built a 22-9 halftime lead. The Tigerhawks then went to the bench up 48-18 early in the fourth and the Warriors outscored them 20-4 the rest of the way. NFV is now 15 and 1, 11 and 0 in the Conference. South Winn drops to 2 and 13, 2 and 11 in the League.

Other Girls Scores

MFL MarMac 56, Kee High 55

Crestwood 58, Oelwein 29

Decorah 61, Charles City 37

Waukon 52, New Hampton 30

The NFV Boys closed the game with an impressive 18-3 run to rally past South Winn 51-40. Kole Johnson led the Tigerhawks with 23. Grant Stolka added 10, including a two-hand dunk that finished the run with an exclamation point. Tanner Johnson added 8-points. South Winn was led by Keegan Streeter with 12 off the bench. Trey Kriener scored 8. The Tigerhawks led 18-9 at the end of one, only to see the lead cut to 22-20 at the half. South Winn led 37-33 early in the fourth. Taylor Luzum of NFV hit a three for his only points and helped spark the rally. NFV is now 14 and 2, 11 and 1 in the Conference. South Winn falls to 9 and 5, 8 and 3 in the League.

Other Boys Scores

Kee High 67, MFL MarMac 62

Decorah 69, Charles City 56

Waukon 56, New Hampton 53


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