|Jan. 27, 2017|
|Waldorf (Iowa)||Indv. Leaders||Jamestown (N.D.)|
|#11 June Prowell - 19||Points||#13 Jake Hagler - 22|
|#11 June Prowell - 8||Rebounds||#13 Jake Hagler - 6|
|#11 June Prowell - 3||Assists||#13 Jake Hagler - 8|
|Waldorf (Iowa)||Team Statistics||Jamestown (N.D.)|
|37.7% (23 - 61)||Field Goals %||46.9% (30 - 64)|
|25% (3 - 12)||3 Point Field Goals %||45.7% (21 - 46)|
|90% (18 - 20)||Free Throws||69.2% (9 - 13)|
|9||2nd Chance Pts||8|
Even in the dead of winter, it was raining Friday night in Jamestown.
More specifically, it was raining threes in the Jamestown Civic Center, as the Jimmie men's basketball team set a new school record by making 21 shots from beyond the arc in a 90-67 NSAA victory over Waldorf (Iowa).
Twenty-one of UJ's 30 field goals were of the three-point variety, as were 46 of its 64 overall shots.
Jake Hagler (SR/Cando, N.D.), who led Jamestown (12-12, 7-4 NSAA) with 22 points, was 6-of-11 from downtown. Logan Brown (SR/Roseville, Minn.) and Sam Johnson (JR/Mora, Minn.) each shot 5-for-8 from long distance, and Christian Kvilvang (SO/Cando, N.D.) was good on three of his seven attempts. Carter Keller (FR/Sioux Falls, S.D.) and Daymeann Stewart (JR/Milwaukee, Wis.) also contributed to the deluge of longballs, which broke the previous record of 18 set in 2002-03 and tied again in 2003-04.
Waldorf took an early 9-2 lead before the Jimmies went on an 11-2 run for their first lead of the game at 13-11 with 15:09 to play. The Warriors retook a one-point lead after June Prowell converted a three-point play to make it 23-22 at the 7:13 mark.
Myles Simmons made a bucket with 3:33 in the half to bring the Waldorf within one at 31-30. Jamestown responded with a 15-2 run, with all 15 points coming on four Hagler threes and another by Kvilvang.
The Warriors chipped away at the Jimmie lead, and cut it to 10 after Falmata Tula scored on a putback to make it 48-38 just 1:08 into the second half.
A pair of triples each from Brown and Sam Johnson, combined with one from Hagler, highlighted a 21-7 run that gave Jamestown a 24-point lead with 12:08 to play and a deficit from which Waldorf would not recover.
Hagler's 22 led all scorers, and he had a team-best six rebounds and eight assists. Brown finished with 19, Johnson 17, and Kvilvang 13, marking the 14th time this season Jamestown has had four or more players end in double figures.
June Prowell scored 19 and pulled down eight rebounds to lead Waldorf (9-14, 5-5 NSAA). Kaden Verdin had 14 points and 7-of-12 shooting.
Jamestown hosts Viterbo on Saturday while Waldorf travels to Valley City State.