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Posted On: 03/8/21 11:49 AM

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Semifinal #2: #7 Montezuma 49, #3 Grand View Christian 35

Trey Shearer Trey Shearer 5'10" | PG Montezuma | 2021 State IA and Cole Watts Cole Watts 5'10" | SG Montezuma | 2021 State IA have been around the block a time or two, and they weren’t going to back down to anyone this week in Des Moines. That includes Grand View Christian’s 7-foot sophomore Daniel Tobiloba Daniel Tobiloba 7'0" | C Grand View Christian | 2023 State IA . Shearer and Watts spearheaded a Braves attack that constantly looked to attack the 7-foot big man, rather than shying away from him and bombing away from 3. The result? Montezuma is headed to the 1A championship game for the first time since 1990, following their 49-35 win over the third-seed Thunder. They’ll take on top-seeded North Linn on Friday at noon.

Tobiloba blocked three shots early, but the Braves just kept attacking in the halfcourt, and using their quick hands to force 14 Thunder turnovers and get some easy buckets in transition to fuel their offense. 

While the offensive game plan was strong, it was the Braves work on the defensive end that won them this one. They held Grand View Christian without a field goal for 8:18 in the third and fourth quarters to build up a 13-point lead, and they held Thunder star guard Manny Hammonds Manny Hammonds 6'1" | SG Grand View Christian | 2022 State IA , who came in averaging 20 points a game, to 6 points on 1-11 shooting. A number of different Braves took a shot at him, and each one had success. Without Hammonds scoring, the Thunder just didn’t have enough offensively to keep up with the talented guards of the Braves.

Montezuma (24-2) advances to the school’s third 1A championship game, and the first one since 1990. The Braves were led by Trey Shearer Trey Shearer 5'10" | PG Montezuma | 2021 State IA , who had a game-high 18 points and 8 rebounds. Cole Watts Cole Watts 5'10" | SG Montezuma | 2021 State IA added 13 points, and Eddie Burgess Eddie Burgess 6'4" | PF Montezuma | 2022 State IA was huge in the paint, scoring 7 points and pulling down 15 rebounds. The team that doesn’t start anyone taller than 6-4 outscored the team with the 7-footer 32-6 on points in the paint.

Grand View Christian’s season ends with a 21-2 record. The Thunder were led by Jonny Gatto, the lone Thunder player to score in double figures with 11. They’ll bring back Manny Hammonds Manny Hammonds 6'1" | SG Grand View Christian | 2022 State IA , Josh Baucum Josh Baucum 6'1" | PG Grand View Christian School | 2022 IA and Daniel Tobiloba Daniel Tobiloba 7'0" | C Grand View Christian | 2023 State IA next year and should be considered one of the early favorites to take home the Class 1A title.

MVP: Trey Shearer Trey Shearer 5'10" | PG Montezuma | 2021 State IA , Montezuma (2021) — 18 points (6-14 FG, 1-5 3P, 5-5 FT), 8 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal

The Truman State signee set the tone early for the Braves, looking to attack Tobiloba and let his teammates know that they don’t need to be intimidated by the size. The dynamic guard scoring a game-high 18 points to lead his team to the championship game. 

 

Team 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q F
Montezuma 9 12 15 13 49
Grand View Christian 9 9 8 9 35

 

Montezuma: Trey Shearer Trey Shearer 5'10" | PG Montezuma | 2021 State IA 18, Cole Watts Cole Watts 5'10" | SG Montezuma | 2021 State IA 13, Masin Shearer Masin Shearer 5'8" | PG Montezuma | 2023 State IA 7, Eddie Burgess Eddie Burgess 6'4" | PF Montezuma | 2022 State IA 7, Cam Johnson 4
Grand View Christian: Jonny Gatto 11, Josh Baucum Josh Baucum 6'1" | PG Grand View Christian School | 2022 IA 9, Manny Hammonds Manny Hammonds 6'1" | SG Grand View Christian | 2022 State IA 6, Alandis Arrasmith 5, Daniel Tobiloba Daniel Tobiloba 7'0" | C Grand View Christian | 2023 State IA 2, Caleb Parlee 2

Team stats
Montezuma: 19-43 FG (44.2%), 3-12 3P (25.0%), 8-14 FT (57.1%), 30 rebounds (6 offensive, 24 defensive), 6 assists, 7 turnovers
Grand View Christian: 12-41 FG (29.3%), 5-17 3P (29.4%), 6-9 FT (66.7%), 28 rebounds (7 offensive, 21 defensive), 6 assists, 14 turnovers

 

Dylan Kurt Dylan Kurt 6'3" | SF North Linn | 2022 State IA – North Linn

Semifinal #1: #1 North Linn 63, #4 Martensdale-St. Marys 50

Top-ranked North Linn has something in common with the legendary Ricky Bobby – they like to go fast. And when Martensdale-St. Marys was trying to slow it down, the Lynx threw their patented trapping defense at them and briefly sped it up. That was all they needed, as the Lynx advanced to the 1A championship game with a 63-50 win over the fourth-seeded Blue Devils. They await the Montezuma/Grand View Christian winner.

Martensdale-St. Marys started the game hot from the arc. One of the best shooting teams in the class, they made 5 of their first 10 attempts from 3 to stick around, but a 13-5 spurt by the Lynx to end the first half gave them an 11-point edge heading into the locker rooms, 34-23. 

In the second half, North Linn was content to slow it down a bit, spreading out the Martensdale defense and taking their time until a driving lane presented itself, then attacking. The Lynx outscored the Blue Devils 30-14 in points in the paint, a testament to both their defense and their attacking style. 

North Linn (27-0) was led by Dylan Kurt Dylan Kurt 6'3" | SF North Linn | 2022 State IA , who led four in double-figures with 17. Cade Haughenbury Cade Haughenbury 6'2" | SF North Linn | 2022 State IA had 16 points and 7 rebounds, and Ben Wheatley and Austin Hilmer Austin Hilmer 5'11" | PG North Linn | 2022 State IA each chipped in 12. The Lynx will play for a state championship for the fourth year in a row, losing the 1A championship in 2018, winning the 2A title in 2019 and losing in 2A last year. 

Martensdale-St. Marys’ season ends with a sterling 25-1 record. The Blue Devils were led by Hogan Franey Hogan Franey 6'0" | CG Martensdale-St. Mary's | 2022 State IA , who 19 points. Carson Elbert Carson Elbert 6'3" | SF Martensdale-St. Marys | 2021 State IA and Trey Baker Trey Baker 6'4" | SF Martensdale-St. Mary's | 2021 State IA each added 10. The senior core of Jack Franey Jack Franey 5'7" | PG Martensdale-St. Marys | 2021 State IA , Carson Elbert Carson Elbert 6'3" | SF Martensdale-St. Marys | 2021 State IA , JT Archibald and Trey Baker Trey Baker 6'4" | SF Martensdale-St. Mary's | 2021 State IA was the best in school history, leading the school to their first two state tournament appearances, and helping them win their first ever state tournament game with their quarterfinal win over Easton Valley.

MVP: Dylan Kurt Dylan Kurt 6'3" | SF North Linn | 2022 State IA , North Linn (2022) — 17 points (7-8 FG, 1-1 3P, 2-2 FT), 3 rebounds, 1 assist

The 6-2 junior wing was excellent and efficient, routinely getting to the bucket and showing his ability to finish creatively around the rim, twice through contact. It was a balanced attack for the Lynx, but he was the leader of the group.

 

Team 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q F
Martensdale-St. Marys 12 11 11 16 50
North Linn 15 19 10 19 63

 

Martensdale-St. Marys: Hogan Franey Hogan Franey 6'0" | CG Martensdale-St. Mary's | 2022 State IA 19, Carson Elbert Carson Elbert 6'3" | SF Martensdale-St. Marys | 2021 State IA 10, Trey Baker Trey Baker 6'4" | SF Martensdale-St. Mary's | 2021 State IA 10, Jack Franey Jack Franey 5'7" | PG Martensdale-St. Marys | 2021 State IA 9, Troy Holt 2
North Linn: Dylan Kurt Dylan Kurt 6'3" | SF North Linn | 2022 State IA 17, Cade Haughenbury Cade Haughenbury 6'2" | SF North Linn | 2022 State IA 16, Ben Wheatley 12, Austin Hilmer Austin Hilmer 5'11" | PG North Linn | 2022 State IA 12, Tate Haughenbury 6

Team stats
Martensdale-St. Marys: 15-42 FG (35.7%), 8-29 3P (27.6%), 12-14 FT (85.7%), 23 rebounds (10 offensive, 13 defensive), 12 assists, 12 turnovers
North Linn: 20-35 FG (57.1%), 4-7 3P (57.1%), 19-24 FT (79.2%), 23 rebounds (4 offensive, 19 defensive), 8 assists, 10 turnovers

 

 

Quarterfinal #4: #3 Grand View Christian 54, #6 St. Mary’s 49

Third-seeded Grand View Christian rolled into Wednesday night’s semifinals with an impressive 54-49 win over sixth-seed Remsen, St. Mary’s on Monday afternoon. The Thunder overwhelmed the Hawks from start-to-finish with their size and quickness.

The Thunder backcourt of Manny Hammonds Manny Hammonds 6'1" | SG Grand View Christian | 2022 State IA and Josh Baucum Josh Baucum 6'1" | PG Grand View Christian School | 2022 IA were routinely able to break down the Hawks defense and get to the rim on the offensive end, helping the Thunder shoot 58.3% from the floor in the win. And on the defensive end, the overwhelming presence of 6-11 sophomore Daniel Tobiloba Daniel Tobiloba 7'0" | C Grand View Christian | 2023 State IA proved to be too much for the Hawks to handle. The long, athletic big man completely took away the paint for the Hawks with his shot blocking and altering. The Hawks shot just 29.4% from the field.

Grand View Christian built a lead as large as 19 points in the third quarter, but a feisty St. Mary’s team refused to go away, trimming the lead back down to single-digits on a few occasions. But the hole that they dug themselves was just too much to overcome, as Grand View Christian ended their season for the third time in the last five seasons. 

Very free-throw shooting made things interesting down the stretch, as the Thunder were just 10-29 from the stripe, allowing St. Mary’s to get as close as four points in the final minute. That will certainly be an issue moving forward for the Thunder.

Grand View Christian (21-1) advances to Wednesday’s semifinals, where they will face Montezuma. The Thunder were led by Manny Hammonds Manny Hammonds 6'1" | SG Grand View Christian | 2022 State IA , who had a game-high 20 points. Daniel Tobiloba Daniel Tobiloba 7'0" | C Grand View Christian | 2023 State IA added 11 points, 18 rebounds and 7 blocks in the win. 

St. Mary’s season ends with a 22-4 record. The Hawks were led by Jaxon Bunkers and Austin Jensen Austin Jensen 6'2" | PF St. Mary's, Remsen | 2022 State IA , who each had 12 points. They bring back three of their top five scorers and will be a threat to make their sixth consecutive tournament appearance next year. 

MVP: Daniel Tobiloba Daniel Tobiloba 7'0" | C Grand View Christian | 2023 State IA , Grand View Christian (2023) — 11 points (4-6 FG, 3-10 FT), 18 rebounds, 7 blocks, 1 assist

The 6-11 sophomore is the ultimate game-changer at the back end of the Thunder defense with his ability to block and alter shots and dominate the glass. 

 

Team 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q F
St. Mary’s 11 5 11 22 49
Grand View Christian 17 15 6 16 54

 

St. Mary’s: Jaxon Bunkers 12, Austin Jensen Austin Jensen 6'2" | PF St. Mary's, Remsen | 2022 State IA 12, Blaine Harpenau Blaine Harpenau 6'0" | SG St. Mary's, Remsen | 2021 State IA 8, Levi Waldschmitt 8, Carter Schorg 5, Alex Schroeder 4
Grand View Christian: Manny Hammonds Manny Hammonds 6'1" | SG Grand View Christian | 2022 State IA 20, Daniel Tobiloba Daniel Tobiloba 7'0" | C Grand View Christian | 2023 State IA 11, Josh Baucum Josh Baucum 6'1" | PG Grand View Christian School | 2022 IA 7, Jonny Gatto 6, Alandis Arrasmith 4, Caleb Parlee 4, Josh Sanderson 2

Team stats
St. Mary’s: 15-52 FG (28.8%), 5-23 3P (21.7%), 14-18 FT (77.8%), 29 rebounds (16 offensive, 13 defensive), 7 assists, 9 turnovers
Grand View Christian: 21-36 FG (58.3%), 2-5 3P (40.0%), 10-29 FT (34.5%), 36 rebounds (11 offensive, 25 defensive), 4 assists, 17 turnovers

 

Shearer

Quarterfinal #3: #7 Montezuma 64, #2 Lake Mills 61 (OT)

In an exceptionally played high school basketball game, seventh-seeded Montezuma knocked off second-seed Lake Mills, 64-61 in overtime, to advance to Wednesday’s Class 1A semifinals. In the battle between the smaller, quicker Montezuma and bigger, more physical Lake Mills, it was the quickness that won out to send the Braves to the semis for the third straight season.

Montezuma jumped out of the gates quickly, shooting 5-8 from behind the arc in the first quarter to take a 25-19 lead after one. The size of Lake Mills started to exert itself in the second period, as they were able to routinely use their size and strength to bully their way to the rim for easy buckets. Senior guard Ryan Huston also had a huge first half, scoring 11 points and knocking down three 3-pointers. Montezuma star guard Trey Shearer Trey Shearer 5'10" | PG Montezuma | 2021 State IA drilled a 3 from about 35 feet to send the teams to the locker rooms tied at 40.

The pace certainly slowed down as the teams tightened up a bit in the second half, as neither team led by more than two possessions for the last 16 minutes. After a bucket in the paint by Wyatt Helming gave Lake Mills a 58-55 lead with 2:45 to play, Shearer answered with a 3 from the right wing to knot it back up at 58. Lake Mills held for the last shot, and a good look from Helming missed off the front iron as time expired to send the game into overtime.

Eddie Burgess Eddie Burgess 6'4" | PF Montezuma | 2022 State IA scored the first bucket of the extra period off of a nice feed from Masin Shearer Masin Shearer 5'8" | PG Montezuma | 2023 State IA , and the Braves led the entire overtime. Up 64-61 with 30 seconds left, Trey Shearer Trey Shearer 5'10" | PG Montezuma | 2021 State IA missed the front-end of a 1-and-1. On the ensuing Lake Mills possession, Dashawn Linnen Dashawn Linnen 6'3" | SG Lake Mills | 2021 State IA lost control of the ball and tossed up a wild, contested shot that went out-of-bounds. Ballgame, Montezuma.

Montezuma (23-2) advances to face either Grand View Christian or St. Mary’s (Remsen) in Wednesday’s semifinals. The Braves were led by Trey Shearer Trey Shearer 5'10" | PG Montezuma | 2021 State IA , who had a game-high 25 points. Cole Watts Cole Watts 5'10" | SG Montezuma | 2021 State IA added 18 and Eddie Burgess Eddie Burgess 6'4" | PF Montezuma | 2022 State IA had 14 points in the win. The Braves did an excellent job on Lake Mills’ leading scorer Dashawn Linnen Dashawn Linnen 6'3" | SG Lake Mills | 2021 State IA , holding him to just one point. He came in averaging over 19 points a game.

Lake Mills’ season ends with a 25-1 record, and an upset loss at the state tournament for the second straight year. The Bulldogs were led by unsung senior Ryan Huston, who scored 19 points (16 more than his season average). Caleb Bacon Caleb Bacon 6'4" | PF Lake Mills | 2021 State IA had 17 points and 10 rebounds, and Wyatt Helming added 16 points and 12 rebounds in the loss.

MVP: Trey Shearer Trey Shearer 5'10" | PG Montezuma | 2021 State IA , Montezuma (2021) — 25 points (9-16 FG, 5-8 3P, 2-3 FT), 6 rebounds, 2 assists

The most dynamic player in 1A basketball was at it again, providing all sorts of highlights as he helped the Braves into the semifinals for the third straight season. The Truman State signee has limitless range, as he showed time and time again with his silky smooth stroke off the dribble.

 

Team 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q OT F
Montezuma 25 15 11 7 6 64
Lake Mills 19 21 9 9 3 61


Montezuma: Trey Shearer Trey Shearer 5'10" | PG Montezuma | 2021 State IA 25, Cole Watts Cole Watts 5'10" | SG Montezuma | 2021 State IA 18, Eddie Burgess Eddie Burgess 6'4" | PF Montezuma | 2022 State IA 14, Masin Shearer Masin Shearer 5'8" | PG Montezuma | 2023 State IA 7
Lake Mills: Ryan Huston 19, Caleb Bacon Caleb Bacon 6'4" | PF Lake Mills | 2021 State IA 17, Wyatt Helming 16, Bennett Berger 5, Denton Kingland 3, Dashawn Linnen Dashawn Linnen 6'3" | SG Lake Mills | 2021 State IA 1

Team stats
Montezuma: 25-48 FG (52.1%), 8-19 3P (42.1%), 6-8 FT (75.0%), 22 rebounds (5 offensive, 17 defensive), 11 assists, 7 turnovers
Lake Mills: 25-53 FG (47.2%), 7-19 3P (36.8%), 4-5 FT (80.0%), 30 rebounds (10 offensive, 20 defensive), 14 assists, 9 turnovers

 

 

Quarterfinal #2: #4 Martensdale-St. Marys 51, #5 Easton Valley 45 (OT)

The second quarterfinal of the day, a meeting between a pair of undefeated teams, didn’t disappoint early Monday afternoon, as fourth-seeded Martensdale-St. Marys squeaked out a 51-45 overtime win over fifth-seed Easton Valley to advance to Wednesday night’s semifinals against top-ranked North Linn.

Easton Valley controlled the game for a majority of the first half, building up a lead as large as 11 midway through the second quarter. Their quickness on both ends of the floor created some issues for the Blue Devils in the first half, as their smaller guards, particular the Fuegen brothers – Carson and Porter – were able to get to the rim for easy looks. They also forced seven first half turnovers, using quick hands to bother the Blue Devils guards.

One of the best 3-point shooting teams in 1A, Martensdale-St. Marys didn’t back down and kept firing. While they didn’t shoot a good percentage from the arc in this one, they started to knock down some shots in the second half, particularly senior wing Carson Elbert Carson Elbert 6'3" | SF Martensdale-St. Marys | 2021 State IA , who sparked a run with a pair of 3-pointers. The Blue Devils have been excellent on the defensive end all year, and they were great again int his one, utilizing a game-plan that collapsed down on Easton Valley star big man Kaleb Cornilsen Kaleb Cornilsen 6'5" | PF Easton Valley | 2021 State IA any time he touched the ball. That game-plan really took a high-powered River Hawks team out of rhythm and allowed the Blue Devils to climb back into it.

A Trey Baker Trey Baker 6'4" | SF Martensdale-St. Mary's | 2021 State IA offensive rebound and putback gave the Blue Devils a 37-35 lead with 5:47 to play, their first lead since 2-0. Carson Fuegen tied it up a few minutes later and the teams were scoreless for the next three minutes. Tied at 37 with 13.6 seconds left, Martensdale-St. Marys called a timeout. A drive by Carson Elbert Carson Elbert 6'3" | SF Martensdale-St. Marys | 2021 State IA led to a layup attempt from Baker, who was fouled. He made both free throws with 2.6 seconds to play to give them a 2-point lead. Easton Valley threw a full-court pass and Cayden Deardorff was fouled on the rebound with no time left. Somehow, though, Cornilsen, who wasn’t anywhere near the action, took the free throws, making both to send the game into overtime.

Martensdale-St. Marys scored the first six points of the overtime to grab control, and they iced the game away at the free-throw line, going 9-14 from the line in the final period. 

Martensdale-St. Marys (25-0) advances to the semifinals for the first time in school history. The Blue Devils were led by Trey Baker Trey Baker 6'4" | SF Martensdale-St. Mary's | 2021 State IA , who had a game-high 20 points and 14 rebounds. He was also a key defender against Cornilsen. Carson Elbert Carson Elbert 6'3" | SF Martensdale-St. Marys | 2021 State IA added 19 points in the win. 

Easton Valley’s season ends with a 22-1 record. The River Hawks were led by Porter Fuegen, who had 15 points before fouling out. Kaleb Cornilsen Kaleb Cornilsen 6'5" | PF Easton Valley | 2021 State IA ended his fantastic high school career with 14 points and 10 rebounds, and Carson Fuegen added 11 points in the loss.

 

MVP: Trey Baker Trey Baker 6'4" | SF Martensdale-St. Mary's | 2021 State IA , Martensdale-St. Marys (2021) — 20 points (4-11 FG, 12-14 FT), 14 rebounds (6 offensive), 1 block, 1 steal

The senior who is headed to Graceland had a fantastic game, putting up a huge double-double for the Blue Devils in the win. He was a key piece of their defensive effort against Cornilsen and his reliable free-throw shooting was huge for MStM as they iced away the game at the line.

 

Team 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q OT F
Easton Valley 11 11 13 4 6 45
Martensdale-St. Marys 7 8 17 7 12 51

 


Easton Valley: Porter Fuegen 15, Kaleb Cornilsen Kaleb Cornilsen 6'5" | PF Easton Valley | 2021 State IA 14, Carson Fuegen 11, Cayden Deardorff 5
Martensdale-St. Marys: Trey Baker Trey Baker 6'4" | SF Martensdale-St. Mary's | 2021 State IA 20, Carson Elbert Carson Elbert 6'3" | SF Martensdale-St. Marys | 2021 State IA 19, Hogan Franey Hogan Franey 6'0" | CG Martensdale-St. Mary's | 2022 State IA 9, Troy Holt 2, Jack Franey Jack Franey 5'7" | PG Martensdale-St. Marys | 2021 State IA 1

Team stats
Easton Valley: 17-50 FG (34.0%, 4-23 3P (17.4%), 7-9 FT (77.8%), 28 rebounds (8 offensive, 20 defensive), 6 assists, 10 turnovers
Martensdale-St. Marys: 15-41 FG (36.6%), 5-21 3P (23.8%), 16-22 FT (72.7%), 33 rebounds (8 offensive, 25 defensive), 8 assists, 10 turnovers

 

 

Hilmer

Quarterfinal #1: #1 North Linn 77, #8 South Winneshiek 53

North Linn just keeps attacking, and attacking, and attacking. And eventually the top-ranked Lynx are probably going to wear you down. That’s exactly what they did on Monday morning in their quarterfinal win over eighth-seed South Winneshiek, en route to a 77-53 win, sending the Lynx to Wednesday night’s semifinals. The Lynx will be playing in the semifinals for the fifth consecutive season.

South Winneshiek, making their first state tournament appearance since 1987, played with the Lynx for the first several minutes, but they allowed the Lynx to dictate the tempo, and it eventually caught up to them. Aggressive defense turned into easy offense for the Lynx, with a majority of their looks coming from inside the paint, using their quickness and talent edge to blow by defenders and get to the rim routinely.

A team that thrives on forcing turnovers, North Linn forced 22 Warrior turnovers, which certainly helped contribute to the 44-22 edge the Lynx held in paints in the paint. 

The top-seeded Lynx advance to Wednesday’s semifinals, where they’ll meet either Martensdale-St. Marys or Easton Valley. They were led by Tate Haughenbury, who led four players in double-figures with 19 points. Dylan Kurt Dylan Kurt 6'3" | SF North Linn | 2022 State IA had 15, and Ben Wheatley and Austin Hilmer Austin Hilmer 5'11" | PG North Linn | 2022 State IA each added 13 points in the win. 

South Winneshiek’s season ends with an 18-7 record. The Warriors were led by senior Jacob Herold, who had 15 points in the loss. Junior big man Trey Kriener battled foul trouble to finish with 12 points and 7 rebounds. Kriener will be the piece for the Warriors to build around next year, a very nice piece for them to start with. 

MVP: Tate Haughenbury, North Linn (2023) — 19 points (8-13 FG, 3-3 FT), 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 block, 1 steal

Haughenbury was dominant all afternoon for the Lynx, leading the team with 19 points on 8-13 shooting. An efficient forward, he showed the ability to put the ball on the floor and get to the bucket from the perimeter, and he thrives on finishing around the rim after either running the floor or getting dump-off passes from Hilmer, Kurt and company. 

 

Team 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q F
South Winneshiek 17 10 10 16 53
North Linn 26 17 16 18 77

 

South Winneshiek: Jacob Herold 15, Trey Kriener 12, Carson Wenthold 8, Keegan Streeter 8, Collin Wiltgen Collin Wiltgen 6'3" | PF South Winneshiek | 2021 State IA 7, Logan Baumler 2
North Linn: Tate Haughenbury 19, Dylan Kurt Dylan Kurt 6'3" | SF North Linn | 2022 State IA 15, Ben Wheatley 13, Austin Hilmer Austin Hilmer 5'11" | PG North Linn | 2022 State IA 13, Cade Haughenbury Cade Haughenbury 6'2" | SF North Linn | 2022 State IA 7, Kaleb Kurt 5, Ty Pflughaupt 3, Grant Rechkemmer 2

Team stats
South Winneshiek: 20-46 FG (43.5%), 5-15 3P (33.3%), 7-10 FT (70.0%), 31 rebounds (9 offensive, 22 defensive), 11 assists, 22 turnovers
North Linn: 29-54 FG (53.7%), 5-14 3P (35.7%), 14-22 FT (63.6%), 25 rebounds (6 offensive, 19 defensive), 15 assists, 7 turnovers

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