Area Sports Schedule
Monday, July 16
Denison-Schleswig at Harlan, 7 p.m.
Denison-Schleswig’s varsity boys’ basketball season came to an end on Monday night, as the Monarchs suffered a 68-51 loss to Atlantic in a Class 3A district quarterfinal game at Glenwood.
Derek Fink’s Denison-Schleswig boys’ basketball team wrapped up Hawkeye 10 Conference play on Saturday with an 82-43 loss at Class 3A fifth-ranked Glenwood.
Kuemper Catholic’s Parker Badding poured in 31 points on Tuesday night, as the Knights picked up a 77-59 nonconference victory over Denison-Schleswig at Denison.
The Denison-Schleswig boys suffered a tough 73-69 loss in overtime to Council Bluffs St. Albert in Hawkeye 10 Conference basketball action on Friday night at Denison.
Denison-Schleswig senior guard Evan Wiebers drained a three-point basket from the right wing just before the buzzer sounded on Tuesday night, as the Monarchs pulled off a 64-63 upset of Class 3A No. 6 Harlan in Hawkeye 10 Conference play at Denison.
Denison-Schleswig placed four boys in double figures on Friday night, as the Monarchs picked up a big 77-72 Hawkeye 10 Conference victory over Kuemper Catholic at Carroll.
Denison-Schleswig shot a cold 33.3 percent from the field on Tuesday night, as the Monarch boys suffered a 78-52 Hawkeye 10 Conference loss to Lewis Central at Council Bluffs.
Denison-Schleswig landed four boys in double figures on Saturday, as the Monarchs picked up a 76-52 nonconference victory over Odebolt-Arthur/Battle Creek-Ida Grove at Ida Grove.
Denison-Schleswig landed four players in double figures on Tuesday night, as the Monarch boys earned a 68-52 non-Hawkeye 10 Conference victory over Council Bluffs St. Albert at Council Bluffs.
A total of 12 different players got their names in the scoring column on Saturday, as the Denison-Schleswig boys rolled to a 78-36 victory over Shenandoah at Denison.
The Denison-Schleswig varsity boys pulled off a 50-49 victory in overtime against Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto/CO-U in nonconference basketball action on Monday night at Mapleton.
Class 3A second-rated Glenwood outscored Denison-Schleswig 22-6 in the third quarter on Friday night, as the Rams left Denison with a 72-45 nonconference victory over the Monarchs.
Ten different players got their names in the scoring column on Tuesday night, as the Denison-Schleswig boys opened Hawkeye 10 Conference play with a 60-35 victory over Red Oak at Denison.
Harlan outscored Denison-Schleswig 41-16 in the middle two quarters on Friday night, as the Cyclones came away with a 70-49 nonconference victory over the Monarchs at Harlan.
Carroll High outscored Derek Fink’s Denison-Schleswig squad 28-11 in the second quarter on Tuesday night, as the Tigers came away with a 73-59 nonconference victory over the Monarchs at Carroll.
Denison-Schleswig raced out to a 19-8 first-quarter lead en route to a 66-60 victory over Lewis Central in the season opener for the Monarch boys on Tuesday night at Denison.
Sophomore Goanar Biliew scored a game-high 20 points and led four Denison-Schleswig boys in double figures, as the Monarchs earned a 63-52 victory over East Sac County in an Iowa Hall of Pride scrimmage on Monday night at Sac City.
Denison-Schleswig shot just under 32 percent on Monday night, as the Monarch boys saw their 2016-17 basketball season end after a 64-36 loss in a Class 3A District 16 semifinal game at Glenwood.
Denison-Schleswig managed its signature victory of the season to date on Tuesday night, as the Monarch boys earned a 56-53 triumph over Class 3A seventh-ranked Sergeant Bluff-Luton in nonconference play at Sergeant Bluff.
Hunter Lilleholm netted 18 points and Evan Wiebers added 11, as the Denison-Schleswig boys picked up a 54-42 Hawkeye 10 Conference victory over Council Bluffs St. Albert on Friday night at Council Bluffs.
Class 2A, third-ranked Carroll Kuemper handed the Denison-Schleswig boys their third straight loss on Friday night with a 76-37 victory over the Monarchs at Denison.
One night after losing by four at home to Creston, the Denison-Schleswig varsity boys bounced back with a lopsided 71-24 nonconference victory over Odebolt-Arthur/Battle Creek-Ida Grove at Denison.
Denison-Schleswig fell behind by 20 points at halftime and dropped a 69-42 loss to Atlantic in Hawkeye 10 Conference boys’ basketball action on Friday night at Denison.
Chris Siemer and Conner Andersen combined for 37 points on Tuesday night, as the Denison-Schleswig boys returned to action after the holiday break with a 63-50 victory at Shenandoah.
The Denison-Schleswig varsity boys outscored Red Oak 48-15 during the middle two quarters on Tuesday night, as the Monarchs picked up their first victory of the season with a 72-42 triumph on the road.
Storm Lake raced out to a 27-15 first-quarter lead on Thursday night, as the Tornadoes earned an 81-60 nonconference victory over Derek Fink’s Denison-Schleswig boys at Storm Lake.
Chris Siemer and Hunter Lilleholm each hit two free throws in the final 30 seconds of overtime on Monday night, as the Denison-Schleswig boys posted a 67-64 victory over East Sac County in an Iowa Hall of Pride scrimmage at Denison.
Jake Farley and Nhial Biliew combined for 35 points on Friday night, as the Denison-Schleswig boys snapped a five-game losing streak with a 66-47 victory at Clarinda.
Lewis Central outscored the Denison-Schleswig boys 53-27 over the final three quarters on Monday night, as the Titans picked up a 71-44 Hawkeye 10 Conference victory at Council Bluffs.
A 10-0 Lewis Central run midway through the third quarter on Monday night proved to be the difference, as the Titans picked up a 48-43 nonconference basketball victory over the Denison-Schleswig boys at Denison.
Creston outscored Denison-Schleswig 26-19 over the final eight minutes on Friday night, as the Monarch boys suffered a 76-70 Hawkeye 10 Conference loss at Creston.
The Denison-Schleswig boys saw their losing streak end at six games on Saturday, as the Monarchs pulled out a 65-62 nonconference victory in overtime against Odebolt-Arthur/Battle Creek-Ida Grove at Ida Grove.
Atlantic raced out to a 34-11 halftime lead over Denison-Schleswig on Friday night, as the Monarch boys dropped a 64-28 Hawkeye 10 Conference decision to the Trojans at Atlantic.
Denison-Schlewig’s rally down the stretch fell just short Monday night, as the Monarch boys suffered a 43-38 nonconference decision to Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto at Mapleton.
Glenwood jumped out to a 22-11 first-quarter lead on Friday night, as the Ram boys picked up a 76-53 Hawkeye 10 Conference victory over Denison-Schleswig at Council Bluffs.
Denison-Schleswig landed four players in double figures on Tuesday night, as the Monarch boys picked up their first victory of the season with a 65-49 triumph over Red Oak at Denison.
One season after winning the Hawkeye 10 Conference championship and getting to within one game of the state tournament, the Denison-Schleswig boys will enter the 2015-16 winter campaign with a roster of new faces excited to greet the challenge that awaits them.