IKM-Manning Girls, Boys End Up Losing Skids With Wins Over Missouri Valley | Sports


By Todd Danner

The IKM-Manning basketball teams both recorded losing streaks Tuesday night as the Wolves took the Western Iowa Conference victories over the Missouri Valley at Manning.

In the first game, eleven different girls scored for IKM-Manning, as Gene Rasmussen’s side clinched a lopsided 66-27 victory.

In the last drink, Keith Wagner’s IKM-Manning team clocked a 20-point third quarter to claim a 55-40 triumph over the visiting Big Reds.

Tuesday’s 39 points ended a five-game losing streak as IKM-Manning heads to the Christmas break 2-4 in the WIC and 2-6 overall.

The Wolves stood out defensively, limiting Missouri Valley to six points or less in three of four quarters.

IKM-Manning led 19-4 after one quarter, 34-15 at halftime and 53-21 after three quarters.

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Macie Doyel drained three three-point baskets, ending the night with 17 points, three rebounds and two steals.

Mabel Langel added 14 points, five boards and four steals, while Bianca Cadwell had 12 points, five boards and three steals.

Taylor Ferneding finished with nine points, five rebounds, five steals and three assists.

Morgan Hanson had two points and seven boards, while Megan Williams finished with two points and five boards.

IKM-Manning’s victory ended a four-game losing streak for Wolves, as Wagner’s club enter the 1-5 break in WIC action and 2-6 in aggregate.

IKM-Manning slowly extended their lead throughout the contest.

Wolves led 15-9 after a quarter, 30-24 at halftime and 50-36 before the fourth.

Conner Halbur paced IKM-Manning with a double-double performance of 24 points and 11 boards to follow with two interceptions.

Caden Keller added nine points, three rebounds and two assists. Ross Kusel had eight points, seven rebounds and three assists.

Nolan Ramsey contributed six points, three assists, two boards and two steals. Luke Ramsey also had four points, nine assists and three boards.

Dalton Gross finished with two points, five rebounds and two steals, while Amos Rasmussen had two points, three assists, three steals and two rebounds for Wolves.


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