Tigers dominate O-BT

East Butler built a 22-12 and didn’t let Omaha Brownell-Talbot close the gap in a 50-36 victory Jan. 5 at Brainard.

“Although we were sloppy at times with 17 turnovers, we did a lot of good things,” East Butler coach Greg Jahde said. “We rebounded well, shot just below 50 percent and shared the ball well with 18 assists on 22 buckets.”

The Raiders outscored the Tigers 10-7 in the second quarter, but they couldn’t overcome their 4-point output in the third quarter.

“If we cleaned up our turnovers that takes away at least 10 of their points and gives us an opportunity to score. We need to continue to look to get better every single game,” Jahde said.

Jaden Rhynalds led the Tigers with 15 points including three three-pointers. Trevor Havlovic scored 13 points and shot the Tigers’ only free throws of the game, going 1-4.

January 5 at Brainard

OBT 12 10 4 10 – 36

EB 22 7 10 11 – 50

Scoring: OBT: Proby 14, Lim 6, Rice, Vouk 4, Henery, Porter 3.

EB: Rhynalds 15, Havlovic 13, Janak 8, Robley 7, Jirovsky 5.

Rebounds- EB: Havlovic 12, Robley 9.

Assists – EB: Jirovksy 8, Janak 5

Steals – EB: Rhynalds 3

Titans edge Scouts

GENOA — Blaine Jacobi and Mason Prososki led a second-half comeback Friday night as Twin River edged David City at home.

The Titans trailed 30-21 at halftime before pulling even at 39-all entering the fourth quarter and eking out a 52-50 win.

Jacobi scored 11 of his game-high 15 points in the second half, including seven in the fourth quarter. Prososki, who hit two of the team's four 3-pointers, scored eight points after the break and 12 in the game.

Jaxson Hinkle made Twin River's other two treys and finished with eight points and Brandon Miller added seven points.

Will Danielson led David City's fast start, scoring all 11 of his points in the first half. He hit two 3-pointers in the first quarter as the Scouts built an 18-10 lead and added another in the second period.

Josh Seibert led David City with 13 points and Colin Vandenberg chipped in 10. - Columbus Telegram

Huskies push Timberwolves to limit

EXETER — Shelby-Rising City pushed Class D-2, No. 5 Exeter-Milligan until the end, but came up a couple of baskets short in Friday's 59-55 road loss.

The Huskies trailed 31-25 at halftime and 42-37 entering the fourth quarter, when they couldn't quite complete the comeback.

Austin Coffin led S-RC with 18 points and Max Hoatson added 10. Brenden Johnston and Jett Pinneo scored nine and eight points, respectively, for the Huskies (3-6), who were 20 for 48 from the field and 3 of 17 on 3-pointers.

Exeter-Milligan (9-2) shot 23 for 52 from the floor and went 4 of 17 from long range. Eric Olsen had 18 points for the Huskies and Spencer Pribyl finished with 14.

S-RC plays Tuesday at Class C-2, No. 4 Centennial.

- Columbus Telegram

January 5 at Exeter

S-RC 14 11 12 18 - 55

E-M 15 16 11 17 – 59

Scoring - S-RC: Coffin 18, Hoatson 10, Johnston 9, Pinneo 8, Belt 6, Lopez 4

E-M: Olson 19, Pribyl 14, Zeleny 8, Murphy 8, Zelenka 7, Babula 4

Rebounds – S-RC: Lopez 6, Hoatson, Belt 4, Pinneo 3

E-M: Zeleny 13, Pribyl 9, Murphy 4.

Assists – S-RC: Pinneo 7, Coffin, Johnson 2

E-M: Olson 6, Zeleny, Murphy 3.

Steals – S-RC: Pinneo 3, Belt 2

E-M: Zeleny 3, Olson 2.

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