|Jan. 27, 2017|
|Waldorf (Iowa)||Indv. Leaders||Jamestown (N.D.)|
|#10 Morgan Straight - 10||Points||#1 Kyra Dewald - 29|
|#40 Taylor Fricke - 7||Rebounds||#33 Taylor Hammer - 6|
|#14 Nichole Oberthien - 3||Assists||#3 Bryn Woodside - 6|
|Waldorf (Iowa)||Team Statistics||Jamestown (N.D.)|
|31.5% (17 - 54)||Field Goals %||57.4% (39 - 68)|
|20% (4 - 20)||3 Point Field Goals %||51.3% (20 - 39)|
|62.5% (10 - 16)||Free Throws||76.5% (13 - 17)|
|11||2nd Chance Pts||18|
For the Jimmie women's basketball team, it was a night for the record books.
Jamestown tied a school record by making 20 three-point shots (in 39 attempts) and Kyra Dewald (SR/Jamestown, ND) scored a career-high 29 points as UJ rolled to a 111-48 victory over Waldorf (Iowa) Friday evening. The 111 points by the Jimmies is the fifth-most all-time in a single game, and is the most ever scored in a conference game.
The Jimmies left no doubt that Friday was their night, as they outscored the Warriors 28-4 in the second quarter, turning a 10-point first quarter lead into an insurmountable 34-point halftime advantage. Waldorf made just 1 of 10 field goal attempts and a pair of free throws to account for second quarter offense.
Dewald was one of nine Jimmies to hit from beyond the arc, draining five of her seven attempts. Allison Jablonsky (FR/Blaine, MN), who finished with 16 points, tied a career high with four treys, and Paige Emmel (JR/Bismarck, ND) also connected on four from long range to set a personal best. Paige Schmidt (FR/Tappen, ND) was the other Jimmie sinking multiple threes, including the first two of her career.
The Warriors found themselves on the wrong end of a 14-0 run to start the second quarter, finally ending a four minute, three second scoreless streak on a basket by Angie Gore. Runs of 6-0 and 8-0 gave the Jimmies a 34-point halftime lead.
Waldorf had its best point total in the third quarter, nearly doubling their first half point total with 17 points, but the Jimmies poured in 29 points to make it a 46-point game going into the final stanza.
Dewald's 29 led all scorers, and she also recorded seven steals and four assists for Jamestown (16-4, 11-0 NSAA). Emmel finished with 12 points and five rebounds, and Orr chipped in with 11 and five boards as well. Woodside's six assists and Taylor Hammer (SR/Grand Forks, ND)'s six rebounds were team highs.
Waldorf (2-20, 0-10 NSAA) was led by Morgan Straight's 10 points. Nicole Oberthien added nine points and three assists while Taylor Fricke had seven points and seven rebounds.
Jamestown shot 57.4 percent overall and 51.3 from three-point range. Waldorf connected on 31.5 percent overall and 20 percent from long distance. UJ turned the ball over 12 times to Waldorf's 28, which turned into 39 Jimmie points.
Next up for the Jimmies is a home game against Viterbo on Saturday while Waldorf travels to Valley City State.