The Terry boys’ varsity basketball team finished another game-filled weekend. On Friday the team traveled to Ekalaka to face off against the Bulldogs, where the Terriers lost 27-54. On Saturday, the boys’ played at home, winning 51-43 against the Jordan Mustangs.
The varsity boys played an intense game against the Bulldogs, scoring a higher free throw percentage of 71 percent to the Bulldogs’ 50 percent, in the first half, keeping the Terriers in the game.
The boys final scores were: Jerett Freiboth - 11, Trevor Pisk - 8, Weston Luedtke - 4, Tanner Stickel - 2, Trayton Schroeber - 1, and Talon Mack - 1.
Although the boys’ junior varsity game came out well on defense against the Bulldogs, the Terriers ended a point short in overtime. The boys drove well against the defenders getting a lot of good shots.
The final score was Terry 21, Ekalaka 22. They also played a half game because they have no subs.
The boys final scores were: DJ Hubbert - 2, Sergey Fredrickson - 7, Talon Mack - 9, and Weston Luedtke - 3.
During the home game against the Mustangs the Terry team took control early, playing with focus and intensity, ending the first half with a 33-17 lead. The Terriers were able to hold off a determined Mustang team during the second half, coming away with an 8-point victory.
Scoring stats are as follows: Trevor Pisk 19, Mack 2, Freiboth 17, Stickel 10, Taylor Pisk 3.
Remaining undefeated, the girls’ varsity basketball team continued their winning streak, ending the weekend with a 7-0 record.
At Ekalaka the girls won 51-48. In home court action Terry defeated the Jordan Mustangs 42-33.
The varsity girls played a tough game against the Bulldogs. Applying ball pressure, the Terry guards were able to stop an easy pass into the post - denying an offensive low-post technique the Bulldogs like to use. Improving on their defense, the Lady Terriers were able to prevent Ekalaka from driving the lane and scoring easy layups.
Individual scores were as follows: Amy Browning-15, Carly Stickel-11, Franque Robertson-9, Dani Dukart-7, Anna Fredrickson-3, and Amanda Haidle-3.
The Lady Terriers completely dominated the Mustangs in first half action. Using a strong inside game, led by Amy Browning, the Terriers were able to find good positions around the basket, drawing fouls and going to the line, according to head coach Sharilyn Kortum.
“(She) was able to outplay their post players,” Kortum said of Browning.
A Terrier scoring drought during second half action, enabled the Mustangs to draw within one point before the Lady Terriers were able to put the game away.
Individual scores were as follows: Carly Stickel 5, Dani Dukart 8, Amy Browning 20, Amanda Haidle 7, Franque Robertson 2.
Published Jan. 13, 2010