Spartan boys Varsity unable to overcome the Morning Stars
By Jacob Wang
On Feb. 1, the Spartans travelled to Lame Deer to take on the Morning Stars for the second time this season. The game started off fast paced and at the end of the first quarter Lame Deer led 21-9. Both teams battled back and forth and picked up the pace but at the end of the first half the Spartans trailed 32-23. In the third quarter the teams clashed again but the Spartans were unable to close the gap. The Morning Stars were able to defeat the Spartans 67-47.
Caleb Ploeger led the team in scoring with 14 points, Konner Flint had 10, Jacob Wang had 8, Teight Madler had 7, Jaxson Tronstad and Trent Collins had 3 each, and Logan Graham had 2.
Caleb Ploeger also led the team in rebounds with 8, Jacob Wang had 7, Konner Flint had 6, Garrett Lesh had 3, Logan Graham, Teight Madler, and Jaxson Tronstad had 2 each and Trent Collins had 1.
Baker C-Squad and JV boys basketball face off against Lame Deer
By Lena Kennel
On Feb. 1, 2020, the Baker boys’ basketball teams traveled to Lame Deer for some exciting games.
The C-Squad won 49-37, with Ethan Gundlach scoring 14 points, Guy Lesh finished with 13 points, Rory Lingle scored 9 points, Nathan Schallenberger had 4 points, and Aiden Wyrwas with 3 points. Guy Lesh led the team in rebounds claiming 9 himself, with Ethan Gundlach taking 7, Bryant O’Connor with 6, Nathan Schallenberger with 5, and Aidan Wyrwas and Rory Lingle each with 2, for a total of 31. Aidan Wyrwas had 3 steals while Ethan Gundlach, Rory Lingle, Guy Lesh, and Bryant O’Connor each had 2 steals for a team total of 11. Guy Lesh also managed 2 assists during this game.
The JV team lost in a tight game 48-56. Nathan Schallenberger dominated, scoring 17 points while Bryant O’Connor scored 9, Jory Miller scored 6, and Logan Graham and Guy Lesh had 2 each. Nathan Schallenberger also led the team in rebounds, snatching 12 himself with Bryant O’Connor close behind with 11, Jory Miller and Guy Lesh each with 5, and Logan Graham with 3, for a grand total of 36. The boys had 9 steals together with Bryant O’Connor contributing 4, Nathan Schallenberger with 3, and Guy Lesh with 2.