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Tiger boys and girls both go 2-1 in last three games

Sam Martin • DCN A-D-M’s Jackson VerWoert, shown protecting the ball under the hoop against DC-G on Jan. 3, has 32 assists on the season, second on the team.Buy Photo
Sam Martin • DCN A-D-M’s Jackson VerWoert, shown protecting the ball under the hoop against DC-G on Jan. 3, has 32 assists on the season, second on the team.
Sam Martin • DCN Sydney Bertman, shown in a game at DC-G on Jan. 3, tied for a team-high six rebounds against Boone on Feb. 7.Buy Photo
Sam Martin • DCN Sydney Bertman, shown in a game at DC-G on Jan. 3, tied for a team-high six rebounds against Boone on Feb. 7.

The A-D-M girls’ basketball team was unable to keep their momentum going and snapped their two-game winning streak against Carlisle on Tuesday. The Tigers lost to the Wildcats 62-47.

Brianna Mueller and Madi Bertman tied for a team high in points with 11 each. Mueller did it on 4-of-8 shooting performance while Bertman did it on a 5-of-11 performance.

Mueller also led the team in assists with five.

Molly Jacobsen barely missed a double-double as she had nine points and nine rebounds in the loss to the Wildcats.

The Tiger boys had a 45-38 lead over Carlisle after the third quarter but were unable to hold on as they were outscored 21-14 in the fourth quarter and were narrowly defeated 68-67, ending their two-game winning streak.

Kyle Ferguson hit three treys and led the team with 15 points. Robbie Sloss tied for the team high and also had 15 points in the game. Sloss eventually fouled out of the game.

Boone

The girls made it two in a row on Feb. 7 in Boone. The Tiger girls’ beat Boone 61-53 after losing to them 52-31 last time they played each other back on Jan. 10.

Madi Bertman shot 7-of-10 from the field and had a team-high 16 points while also having nine of the teams 14 total steals in the game. Molly Jacobsen made one three-point basket and had 14 points.

Brianna Mueller was also in double figures for the Tigers with 10 points. Sydney Bertman and Emily Hofmann tied for a team-high in rebounds, grabbing six apiece.

For the boys, it was a much close game than the girls played, but the Tigers were able to come away with a two-point victory against Boone. The Tigers won 52-50.

The Tigers were trailing 34-32 after the third quarter but outscored the Toreadors 20-16 in the fourth quarter to hang on for their second-straight win.

Jake Sloss hit one three pointer and had 11 points in the game. He also had four rebounds and four assists.

Kyle Ferguson was able to make two treys in the game and had 10 points. Jacob Hardy led the team in rebounds with nine in addition to his seven points.

Perry

The A-D-M girls’ basketball team has struggled this season, losing six-straight at one point between Jan. 3 and Jan. 17 but a 52-49 upset win against No. 4 Perry on Feb. 6 in Adel was the Tigers fourth win over a six-game stretch from Jan. 21 to Feb. 6.

The boys also beat Perry making it a sweep for the Tigers. The boys won by a score of 82-70.

The girls’ win avenged a 56-36 loss to Perry back on Jan. 7.

The girls were led in scoring by Brianna Mueller, who had 16 points in the win. She also grabbed five rebounds, had three assists and had three steals.

Madi and Sydney Bertman tied for a team-high six rebounds. In addition Madi Bertman was in double figures with 14 points on a 6-of-10 shooting performance.

Molly Jacobsen was also in double figures for the Tiger girls with 10 points on two made field goals.

Kyle Ferguson led the way for the Tiger boys with 24 points on a 7-of-11 field goal performance and going 5-of-8 from beyond the arc. Logan Essy went 7-of-9 overall and 2-of-3 from three-point range for 18 points while also having five rebounds and five assists.

Joe Sloss and Jacob Hardy were also both in double figures for the Tigers having 12 points apiece. Sloss went 5-of-5 from the floor and had nine rebounds while Sloss went 4-of-8 and had four rebounds and three assists.

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