Harris-Lake Park hoops teams suffer road sweep

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Harris-Lake Park girls and boys basketball teams suffered a pair of defeats at the hands of Sioux Central on Thursday night. The H-LP girls lost 55-37, snapping a four-game win streak, and the boys fell 75-58 to the Rebels in Sioux Rapids.

Harris-Lake Park's Bubba Sohn looks to drive against the Sioux Central defense Thursday night in Sioux Rapids.
PHOTO BY NATE SHAUGHNESSY

Wolves struggle to end both halves

The Harris-Lake Park boys played well to start both halves Thursday night, but struggled in the second and fourth quarters of a 17-point loss to the Rebels.

Sioux Central led just 14-13 after one quarter of play, but outscored the Wolves 22-9 in the second quarter to lead 36-22 at the half.

In the third quarter, Harris-Lake Park erupted for 27 points to make it a two-point game at 51-49, but the Rebels outscored the Wolves 24-9 in the final stanza to seal the win.

Bret Sohn led Harris-Lake Park with 18 points, seven rebounds, seven assists and a steal. Bryce Perkins had 14 pounds, six rebounds, two steals and a block.

Bubba Sohn had nine points, three assists and two steals. Trevor Gunderson had nine points, two assists and a steal in the loss.

The Wolves (5-10, 5-6) returned to action Friday at home against Unity Christian. They will next be in action Friday, Jan. 26 at home against Hinton.

Harris-Lake Park's Jazmin Voehl battles for a rebound against the Rebels.
PHOTO BY NATE SHAUGHNESSY

Wolves struggle from the field in loss

Harris-Lake Park made just 14 of 54 shots from the field and 3 of 18 from beyond the arc in a 55-37 loss to Sioux Central on Thursday.

The Wolves fell behind early and could never dig themselves out of that hole.

They trailed 17-6 after one and 37-21 at the half. The Rebels outscored the Wolves 11-6 in the third quarter before cruising to the win in the fourth.

Rachel Martin was the lone Wolves player in double figures. She scored11 points to go with three rebounds.

Jazmin Voehl had nine points, six rebounds, two steals and an assist. Taylor Meyer had eight points, five steals and a block in the loss.

The Wolves (6-10, 5-9) returned to action Friday at home against Unity Christian. They will next be in action Friday, Jan. 26 at home against Hinton.

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