|BDS Boys 1-1 At MUDECAS|
|Written by thenebraskasigna|
|Monday, 16 January 2012 21:10|
The BDS Eagles ended up on the wrong side of a second-half rally and were downed by the Pawnee City Indians 41-35 in boys basketball Monday, Jan. 10 at Beatrice in the first round of the MUDECAS Tournament.
BDS had led by one at halftime.
“We played a decent defensive game, but had a difficult time finding much offense,” said BDS Coach Fred Kluck. “We were a little impatient at times and Pawnee City did a nice job getting some second shots that beat us.”
The Eagles jumped in front 11-8 at the end of the first period, led 17-16 after the second period, and then trailed 26-25 after the third period.
BDS saw its record fall to 8-3, while Pawnee City upped its mark to 9-1.
BDS sank 2 of 11 three-point tries and connected on 3 of 7 from the line. The Eagles made 13 of 23 field goal attempts, while Pawnee City was 15 of 30 from the field. Pawnee City connected on 1 of 9 three-pointers and connected on 8 of 13 free throw attempts.
Scoring- Tegtmeier 21, Holeman 8, Christensen 2, Houchin 2, Lauenstein 2. Rebounds- Tegtmeier 8, Houchin 6. Assists- Houchin 2.
Team rebounds-- BDS-21, Pawnee City-18. Team fouls-- BDS-16, Pawnee City-12.
The BDS Eagles downed the Exeter-Milligan Timberwolves 46-32 in boys basketball Saturday, Jan. 14 at Beatrice in the MUDECAS Tournament. The Eagles shot 52 percent from the field in the contest.
BDS’ Michael Houchin pulled down 10 rebounds and played solid defense on a tough match up to help the Eagles secure the win.
“Mike had a big defensive challenge to face and he did a nice job at keeping his focus on that and still getting on the boards to help us down inside,” said BDS Coach Fred Kluck.
The Eagles took the lead 13-9 after the first quarter, and margins of 12-3 and 13-10 in the second and third quarters boosted the lead to 38-22 going into the final period.
“We played a little better than we have for a week or so,” said Coach Kluck. “E-M has a nice team and they shoot the ball well. We were concerned about that and stepped up on the defensive end.”
BDS improved its season mark to 9-3.
BDS sank 3 of 12 three-pointers and hit 13 of 24 free throw tries. The Eagles connected on 12 of 23 from the field, while E-M was 13 of 38 from the field. E-M connected on 3 of 14 three-point tries and sank 3 of 7 free throw attempts.
“Ryan Tegtmeier had another solid all around game scoring 17, pulling down 11 rebounds and passing for 6 assists,” Coach Kluck said. “Luke Christensen and Dylan Lauenstein played solid defense and hustled all night. Kendrick Holeman attacked the basket well scoring 12 points.”
BDS: Scoring- Tegtmeier 17, Holeman 12, Christensen 6, Houchin 4, Norder 3, Schoenholz 2. Rebounds- Tegtmeier 11, Houchin 10. Assists- Tegtmeier 6. Steals- Lauenstein 2, Christensen 2.
E-M: Scoring- Sluka 10, Luzum 7, White 7, Pribyl 3, Bristol 2, Maxson 2, Jensen 1. Rebounds- White 5. Assists- White 3. Steals- White 2, Loontjer 2.
Team rebounds-- BDS-30, E-M-19. Team fouls-- BDS-13, E-M-19.