Posted On: 02/22/22 8:00 AM

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District 1: Newell-Fonda (21-2) vs. Woodbury Central (15-8) [at Kingsley-Pierson]

This is an interesting contrast in roster makeup and style of play, as Newell-Fonda is filled with small, quick guards who look to get up and down, force turnovers, and play fast, while Woodbury Central likes to get the ball inside to star forward Dallas Kluender Dallas Kluender 6'4" | PF Woodbury Central | 2022 State IA (20.5, 11.7 rebounds), a 6-4 force in the paint. Kluender and younger brother Drew Kluender (6.8, 8.0 rebounds) will look to take advantage of the smaller Mustangs on the glass, as the Wildcats average 13.6 offensive rebounds a game, which helps offset shooting 40.5% from the floor as a team. Newell-Fonda will look to pressure Woodbury Central’s guards and force turnovers, something that they do with great frequency, averaging over 15 steals a game. The Mustangs are led by wing Carter Sievers Carter Sievers 5'11" | PG Newell-Fonda | 2023 State IA (19.7) and guard Trey Jungers Trey Jungers 5'11" | SF Newell-Fonda | 2022 State IA (12.7, 4.1 assists). Jungers and Mason Dicks (8.0, 4.0 assists) headline a backcourt that does a great job keeping the ball moving, and the ’Stangs play a style that gets a lot of players involved. They should be able to force a ton of turnovers in this game and offset the

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