Area Sports Schedule
Monday, July 16
Denison-Schleswig at Harlan, 7 p.m.
In the rubber match between Western Iowa Conference rivals IKM-Manning and Tri-Center, the Wolves gained the advantage with a 51-42 victory over the Trojans in a Class 1A boys’ substate semifinal game played on Friday night at Kuemper Catholic High School at Carroll.
IKM-Manning limited Boyer Valley to a season low in points on Tuesday night, as the Wolves came away with a 57-41 victory over the Bulldogs in a Class 1A boys’ district semifinal contest at Manning.
Kia Rasmussen and Shauna Reitan scored 18 points apiece on Tuesday night, as the IKM-Manning girls pulled off a 59-55 victory in overtime against Class 2A fourth-ranked Logan-Magnolia at Manning.
Members of the IKM-Manning varsity boys’ basketball team in 2017-18 are, front row, left to right: Dillon Hansen, Dane Blom, Keaton Allmon, Nate Blankman, Kyler Rasmussen, Carter Irlmeier; back row: Austin Ahrenholtz, Jared Johnson, Lucas Brown, Grant Stracke, Ethan Carter, Alex Lingle, Colb…
Second-ranked Carroll Kuemper got a combined 40 points from Matt Dentlinger and Sam Auen, as the Knights picked up a 76-53 victory over IKM-Manning in the Class 2A, District 15 title game on Tuesday night at Carroll High School.
IKM-Manning stayed alive in postseason play on Thursday night, as Keith Wagner’s Wolves’ squad picked up a 76-74 victory over South Central Calhoun in a Class 2A district semifinal affair at Carroll Kuemper High School.
The 15th-ranked IKM-Manning girls had little trouble with Tri-Center on Saturday night, as the Wolves picked up a 63-28 victory in a Class 2A regional first-round game at Manning.
The IKM-Manning girls and boys concluded their regular seasons on Thursday night with Western Iowa Conference victories over Griswold at Manning.
The IKM-Manning girls and boys made it a clean sweep of Audubon on Thursday night, as the Wolves came away with Western Iowa Conference victories over the Wheelers at Manning.
IKM-Manning put together another strong second half on Thursday night, as the Wolves picked up a 68-46 victory over Paton-Churdan in the Class 1A, District 14 championship game at Guthrie Center.