BDS Eagles Win CRC

Published on Wednesday, 09 February 2011 17:14
Written by thenebraskasigna

The BDS Eagles topped the Shelby Huskies 44-28 in boys basketball Tuesday, Jan. 25 at York in the first round of the CRC Tournament.

“As a team we played pretty well,” said BDS Coach Fred Kluck. “Offensively we kept mistakes to a minimum and defensively we took away most of what they wanted to do.”

The contest was well-played, with each team committing only 9 turnovers.

The Eagles heated things up from three-point range, hitting 6 of 9 from long distance.

The Eagles took the lead 15-8 after the first quarter, and margins of 12-8 and 12-8 in the second and third quarters boosted the lead to 39-24 going into the final period.

BDS improved its record to 12-4, while Shelby dropped to 5-9.

BDS hit 6 of 8 free throw attempts. The Eagles connected on 10 of 20 from the field, while Shelby was 13 of 27 from the field. The Huskies sank 2 of 2 free throw attempts.

Individual Stats

Scoring- Tegtmeier 16, Holeman 11, Swartzendruber 7, Ahrens 7, Houchin 3. Assists- Christensen 4.

Team rebounds-- BDS-17, Shelby-Rising City-12. Team fouls-- BDS-9, Shelby-9.

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The BDS Eagles slipped by the Hampton Hawks 38-36 in boys basketball Thursday, January 27 at York in the semi-finals of the CRC Tournament.

Hampton fell from the unbeaten ranks, giving them a record of 15-1.

“Anytime you can play an undefeated and top ranked team to move on in a conference tournament you have to take advantage and step-up your game,” said BDS Coach Fred Kluck. “I thought we did tonight.”

BDS jumped ahead 12-6 after the first quarter, but was outscored 9-7 in the second period and 12-8 in the third to knot the game 27-27 going into the final period.

BDS improved its season mark to 13-4.

BDS connected on 4 of 13 three-point attempts and hit 10 of 16 free throw tries. The Eagles connected on 8 of 20 field goal attempts, while Hampton was 12 of 26 from the field. Hampton hit 2 of 10 three-point tries and connected on 6 of 9 free throw attempts.

Individual Stats

Scoring- Tegtmeier 20, Holeman 6, Swartzendruber 6, Row 4, Ahrens 2. Rebounds- Swartzendruber 8, Tegtmeier 6. Assists- Tegtmeier 2. Steals- Tegtmeier 2.

Team rebounds-- BDS-26, Hampton-18. Team fouls-- BDS-10, Hampton-15.

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The BDS Eagles topped the Giltner Hornets 43-34 in boys basketball Friday, Jan. 28 at York in the championship game of the CRC Tournament.

Giltner fell from the unbeaten ranks, giving them a record of 16-1.

This was the first time BDS had played in the CRC Tournament and the first BDS conference tournament championship. BDS improved its season mark to 14-4.

BDS’s Ryan Tegtmeier ended the game with 31points and 10 rebounds to help BDS to a CRC Tournament championship.

“Ryan really shot the balll well all night and his teammates, sensing he was hot, did a great job of getting him the ball and setting screens,” said BDS Coach Fred Kluck.

The Eagles jumped in front 11-3 after the first quarter, led 18-15 at halftime, and then led 27-22 going into the final period.

The contest was well-played, with the Eagles committing only 5 turnovers and the Hornets committing only 9.

“Our team defense was really solid, not only tonight, but the whole tournament,” said Coach Kluck. “Offensively we were patient and got good looks. A big team win.”

BDS connected on 3 of 6 three-point tries and hit 14 of 24 from the line. The Eagles hit 10 of 30 field goals, while Giltner was 12 of 27 from the field. Giltner made 0 of 8 three-pointers and sank 10 of 19 from the line.

“TannerAhrens and Jeremy Row held Drew Ott to just 13 points, five under his average, and really gave us an opportunity to be patient and get good shots on the offense,” Coach Kluck said. “They never let him get on a roll and they limited his touches and kept him off the offensive boards.”

Individual Stats

Scoring- Tegtmeier 31, Swartzendruber 6, Row 4, Holeman 1, Ahrens 1. Rebounds- Tegtmeier 10, Swartzendruber 6. Assists- Holeman 2. Steals- Tegtmeier 2.

Team rebounds-- BDS-29, Giltner-24. Team fouls-- BDS-17, Giltner-19.