Soon after a break up doubleheader Saturday, the Mid-Prairie boys and girls basketball groups will stick to a related formula tonight when the boys host West Liberty and the women journey to Camanche. The Mid-Prairie boys appear into the match with an overall record of 11-6 and are 11-4 in conference immediately after beating these exact Comets more than the weekend 68-45 at the rear of a 29 point, 12 rebound double double from Carter Harmsen and 17 points from Alex Bean. On the year, the Hawks are led by Harmsen at 20 factors and seven rebounds per video game. Jack Pennington has the crew direct with 5 assists and two steals for each video game.

West Liberty is now 3-12 overall and 2-11 in the River Valley Convention just after Saturday’s reduction to Mid-Prairie wherever they ended up led by Chance Thrasher and Caleb Wulf every with 12 factors. Wulf potential customers the Comets with 14 factors, eight rebounds, a few assists and a few steals for each night time. The Golden Hawks have gained nine straight in the series.

The Golden Hawk women are 9-10 total and 8-9 in the River Valley Convention. They fell at Iowa Metropolis Regina Saturday 65-32 with Maddie Nonnenmann scoring 11 factors. On the year, the Golden Hawks are led by Nonnenmann at 14 points and seven boards for every game. Amara Jones qualified prospects Mid-Prairie with four assists and a few steals a evening.

Camanche is 3-14 on the period and 2-13 in the River Valley Convention. In their past video game they were crushed by Bellevue Tuesday 58-28 with Bridgette Hundley scoring 7 points. For the calendar year Aubrey Carstensen and Maddie Michaels each set up 7 details for every recreation. Carstensen pulled down a crew finest six rebounds and has two steals for each night. These two teams met last year with Mid-Prairie successful 51-29 in Wellman. The Indians have won six of the past seven in the collection.

You can hear all of the boys basketball action reside tonight from Tim Grady Gymnasium in Wellman on AM 1380, FM 102.5 and as the Hawks host West Liberty, commencing with the Washington HyVee pregame display at 6:30 and tip off at 7p.m.

By Harriet