Boys Basketball

2014-2015 Varsity  Basketball  Schedule  
Date  Opponent Girls/Boys Place Time  Win/Loss
12/1/2014   Spirit Lake G/B  Spirit Lake  6:15 
12/2/2014   OABCIG G/B Ida Grove  6:00  L
Kingsley Pierson
G/B Home 6:00 W
 12/6/2014  Hinton  G/B Hinton 6:00 L
Lawton Bronson
G/B Lawton 6:00 L
Ridge View
G/B Holstein 6:00 L
12/13/2014  Alta Aurelia  G/B   Alta  6:00
G/B Home 6:00 L
West Sioux
G/B Home 6:00 W
West Monona
G/B Onawa 6:00 L
Westwood G/B Home 6:00 W
Clay Central Everly G/B CCE 6:00 W
River Valley
G/B Home 6:00 W
Siouxland Christian
6:00 W
 1/17/2015  SBL G/B  Home  6:00 
LeMars Gehlen
G/B Home 6:00 L
1/23/2015 Crofton, NE G/B Home  6:00 L
WVC Tourney 
V Boys TBA 6:00

2/2/2015 WVC Tourney V Boys TBA 6:00
2/6/2015 WVC Tourney  V Boys TBA
2/15/2015  V BB Districts   VB TBA   

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Pre-Season WC boys’ basketball

By Nic Scheelhaase

            Not only is winter on its way but so is the Woodbury Central’s boys basketball season. With less than a month to prepare for their first game Dec. 1 at Spirit Lake, the Wildcats still have some time to re-group with a more experienced team than last year.

            WC lost three seniors from last year’s squad, one of whom was its leading scorer. However the Wildcats retained five seniors who played vital roles on the team last year. Coming back from a disappointing 7-14 record, the team is excited to turn that around. According to senior guard Jameson Mandl, the season will be competitive. “We have a lot of returning players and more varsity experience so we should be able to improve from last year,” he adds.

            In his third year as the boys’ basketball coach, Trevor Alfredson looks for a second winning season to add to his resume, “I think with the players we have coming back and with the development of the younger kids, we are poised for a run at the Conference title,” says Alfredson.

            Leading scorers returning to the team are seniors Keaton Fish and Drew Widman, who averaged 6.6 points per game last year. Also returning are leaders in assists: seniors Nic Scheelhaase and Fish. Junior Joe Hayden will be the primary big-man back this year for the team. Practice began Nov. 17.