Sports

Stout pours in half of Eagles total

JD Stout’s performance led area high school basketball action Tuesday.

Keota 66, North Mahaska 49

The Eagles won the South Iowa Cedar League boys home game behind 33 points from Stout.

Stout was 10-for-23 from the field, going 2-for-9 on 3-pointers but sank 11-of-12 free throws. He added six rebounds and two assists.

Carson Sprouse and Luke Hammen also reached double-digit scoring for the Eagles with Sprouse going 2-of-5 on treys and 7-for-8 on foul shots for his 13 points. Hammen went 6-of-8 on free throws on his way to 11 points. Wyatt Sieren produced 10 rebounds, seven points, three blocked shots, 3-of-3 free throws and two steals.

The Eagles were 27-of-31 on free throws.

Durant 62, Mid-Prairie 52

The Golden Hawks dropped their record to 2-7 with the River Valley Conference road loss.

Mid-Prairie trailed 9-8 after one quarter, 31-21 after two and 43-37 after three.

Ethan Trimpe put in 13 points and Carter Harmsen 11. Jack Baker and Brad Tornow tallied six points apiece. Aidan Rath coralled seven rebounds while Baker had five. Tornow dished out five assists and took back three steals.

Highland 63, Louisa-Muscatine 37

The Huskies improved to 10-1 overall and 7-1 in the Southeast Iowa Super Conference North Division with this home victory.

Mason McFarland’s double-double consisted of 21 points and 11 steals in the win. Cole Adamson added 12 points and seven assists. Zack Lasek added 15 points, seven rebounds and three blocks.

Louisa-Muscatine 65, Highland 42

The home team fell behind early in the SEISC North girls game, trailing 13-6 after a quarter and 30-13 at the half.

Highland is 2-8 North, 4-11 overall.

Alyssa Brase had 15 points and 10 rebounds for Highland. Haley Sweeting also grabbed 10 reboundswith six points, four assists and two steals. Dani Laughlin added eight points. Kayla Cerny scored six with two assists.

Mid-Prairie 45, Durant 32

Tied at 7-7 after the first quarter in this River Valley Conference game at Durant, the Golden Hawks led 20-14 at halftime and 31-26 after three quarters to improve their record to 4-6.

Maddie Nonnenmann went 8-for-13 from the field on her way to 17 points for the Hawks. Caitlyn Riggan sank 4-of-5 from the field that included 2-of-3 from behind the arc. and scored 10 points. Phelan Hostetler and Colby Rourke scored six apiece. Nonnenmann snared 11 rebounds and Myah Lugar nine. Amara Jones had four assists and three steals. Hostetler had five blocks, five rebounds and three assists.