|Eagle Boys Fall In Sub-district Final|
|Written by thenebraskasigna|
|Monday, 27 February 2012 22:33|
The BDS Eagles pulled away in the last stanza to defeat the Heartland Huskies 49-40 in boys basketball Tuesday, Feb. 21 at York in the semi-finals of the D1-2 Sub-district Tournament.
BDS had led by only one heading into the final quarter.
BDS’ Ryan Tegtmeier carried his team to a first round sub-district win by scoring 41 of his teams 49 points.
“We’ve seen a lot of different approaches to stopping Ryan this year,” said BDS Coach Fred Kluck. “Lots of junk defenses and double teams. This was a team who decided to just cover the other guys and see what Ryan could do. He’s a good scorer and when he needs to can put up big points.”
The Eagles fell behind 12-7 at the end of the first period, led 20-19 at halftime, and then led 34-33 going into the final period.
“We did a nice job defensively and good enough job offensively to win,” said Coach Kluck. “Dylan Lauenstein really covered the big kid (6’8”) well and didn’t let him get on the offensive boards like he can.”
BDS improved its season mark to 18-5.
BDS hit 2 of 7 three-pointers and sank 9 of 12 from the line. The Eagles connected on 17 of 30 field goal attempts, while Heartland was 14 of 32 from the field. Heartland hit 2 of 10 three-point attempts and sank 6 of 9 from the line.
“Kendrick Holeman did a nice job in the second half of getting to the basket and drawing fouls,” Coach Kluck said. “He helped open some things up for Ryan.”
Scoring- Tegtmeier 41, Holeman 4, Houchin 4. Rebounds- Tegtmeier 9. Assists- Holeman 2. Steals- Tegtmeier 2.
Team rebounds-- BDS-32, Heartland-28. Team fouls-- BDS-15, Heartland-16.
The BDS Eagles were downed by the Deshler Dragons 46-38 in boys basketball Thursday, Feb. 23 at York in the championship game of the D1-2 Sub-district Tournament as the Eagles shot only 23 percent from the field.
“Deshler did a nice job of playing steady basketball,” said BDS Coach Fred Kluck. “They didn’t let our fast start bother them. Their experience (4 senior starters) really showed and that’s why they won.”
BDS jumped ahead 17-8 after the first quarter, but was out scored 9-0 in the second period and 12-9 in the third to trail 29-26 going into the final period.
The BDS season mark fell to 18-6.
BDS sank 6 of 28 three-pointers and sank 10 of 12 free throw attempts. The Eagles sank 5 of 22 field goal attempts, while Deshler was 13 of 26 from the field. Deshler made 4 of 14 three-point attempts and hit 8 of 10 from the line.
“Michael Houchin, Wyatt Schoenholz and Luke Christensen really played solid defense on Len Baker and Luke Dloughy,” Coach Kluck said. “Baker scored 25 the first time we played and Michael and Wyatt held him scoreless this time. Luke Christensen always does a good job of being physical and kept Dloughy in check most of the night.”
Scoring- Tegtmeier 17, Christensen 10, Holeman 7, Schoenholz 2, Norder 2. Rebounds- Tegtmeier 9, Lauenstein 6. Assists- Tegtmeier 3. Steals- Tegtmeier 2.
Team rebounds-- BDS-31, Deshler-24. Team fouls-- BDS-18, Deshler-13.