Women’s wrestling addition

The Jamestown College women’s wrestling team finished 5th at the NAIA meet in Marshall, Mo., including 8 All-Americans.

That’s two more than last season when the Jimmies had 6 All-Americans and placed fourth as a team.

No individual results yet, just getting bits of pieces from info from folks here at the Civic Center.

Will update Sunday after I track down coach Cisco Cole.

Good night – and I mean it this time.

Jimmie men update

Little more info on the men’s game from the suddenly cold Civic Center. I’m the only one left here now and they want me out – I want to go home anyways.

Here are the stats.

A full run down, of course, in Monday’s print edition.

Jamestown College 67, Dickinson State 61
Dickinson State 23 38 — 61
Jamestown College 36 31 — 67
Dickinson State: Ryan Ernst 2-7 0-0 4, Matthew Lee 2-3 1-4 5, Branden Thomas 2-5 0-0 4, Brian Lebsock 2-5 1-2 5, Nathan Lebsock 6-15 7-8 21, Rochie Estes 0-3 0-0 0, Joshua Henry 6-9 0-0 12, Ryan Kittleson 0-1 0-0 0, John Hanstad 2-6 0-0 6, Dano Fagerlund 2-3 0-0 4. Totals: 24-54 FG, Three-pointers: 4-14 (N.Lebsock 2-3, Hanstad 2-6, B.Lebsock 0-1), 9-14 FT, 26 Rebounds (Ernst 4, Thomas 4, Henry 4), 20 Fouls (Lee 5), 12 Assists (B.Lebsock 7), 12 Turnovers, 1 Blocked shot (N.Lebsock), 5 Steals (Lee 2, N.Lebsock 2).
Jamestown College: C.J. Peeters 4-9 6-6 15, John Peabody 2-4 1-3 5, Jacob Kelsey 3-4 0-0 6, B.J. Mertens 2-5 2-2 6, Hans Hoeg 4-11 7-7 15, Tanner Farkas 1-2 2-2 4, Ross Florhaug 2-3 2-2 6, Dustin Herrmann 5-5 0-0 10. Totals: 23-43 FG, Three-pointers: 1-10 (Peeters 1-5, Farkas 0-1, Mertens 0-1, Hoeg 0-3), 20-22 FT, 32 Rebounds (Hoeg 7), 12 Assists (Florhaug 3, Mertens 3, Peeters 3), 15 Turnovers, 1 Blocked shot (Peeters 1), 7 Steals (Florhaug 2, Hoeg 2).
Records: Jamestown College 6-3 DAC, 15-8 overall; Dickinson State 5-4, 10-12.
 

 

Jimmie men sweep again

The Jamestown College men’s basketball team remains on top of the DAC after beating Dickinson State 67-61 Saturday night.

The Jimmies coughed up a 36-23 halftime lead. The Blue Hawks led as deep as 55-54 on a three from Nathan Lebsock.

But the Jimmies won a free throw shooting contest down the stretch to improve to 6-3 in the DAC and 15-8 overall.
 

U-G-L-Y, But A W

This thing was nice pretty to the eyeball, but a win for the No. 6 Jimmies nonetheless.

I’ll put the numbers below, because I want to write the gamer and be done with it.

Jamestown College 63, Dickinson State 59, OT
Dickinson State 27 26 6 – 59
Jamestown College 23 30 10 – 63
Dickinson State: Amber Adams 4-9 0-0 12, Teryl Norton 3-8 0-0 9, Jennifer Marquez 3-6 2-2 9, Kelsey Boedeker 3-9 0-0 6, Kia Herbel 2-4 5-7 9, Kylee Bittner 2-4 2-2 7, Jessica Nieves 3-6 0-1 7. Totals: 20-46 FG, Three-pointers: 10-22 (Adams 4-7, Norton 3-6, Marquez 1-2, Nieves 1-2, Bittner 1-2, Boedeker 0-3), 9-12 FT, 32 Rebounds (Herbel 9), 24 Fouls (Boedeker 5), 13 Assists (Norton 5), 5 Blocked shots (Herbel 4), 10 Steals (Marquez 3, Boedeker 3).
Jamestown College: Giuli Varriano 3-6 4-4 10, Cori Doubek 3-6 1-1 7, Katie O’Neill 3-12 2-4 9, Kellie Schuneman 2-8 7-8 12, Amanda Rantapaa 5-8 1-2 15, Krista Shaikoski 2-5 0-0 5, Ali Edwards 0-2 0-0 0, Allison Epping 2-5 1-2 5. Totals: 20-52 FG, Three-pointers: 7-15 (Rantapaa 4-6, O’Neill 1-1, Schuneman 1-3, Edwards 0-1), 16-23 FT, 30 Rebounds (Varriano 12), 16 Fouls, 13 Assists (O’Neill 4, Schuneman 4), 22 Turnovers, 1 Blocked shot (O’Neill), 5 Steals (O’Neill 2, Schuneman 2).
Records: Jamestown College 6-2 DAC, 17-5 overall; Dickinson State 4-4 DAC, 12-9 overall.
 

JC women’s wrestling update

Just sketchy details, but the Jamestown College women’s wrestling team has 8 wrestlers that have earned All-American honors at the NAIA national meet in Marshall, Mo.

Four of the 8 advanced to the semifinals, meaning they’re in the hunt for national championships. Tani Ader won a national title last year for the Jimmies, who are in just their second year of existence as a program.

If additional information becomes available, I’ll be all over it and pass it along.

JC women struggling again

Jamestown College is down 27-23 after one half at the Civic Center to Dickinson State.

It’s the second straight poor first half for the 6th-ranked Jimmies, who lost 70-55 to Minot State last night.

Giuli Varriano’s 6 points lead the Jimmies.

Jennifer Marquez leads all scorers in the game with 9 points.

The Jimmies lost for the first time at home all season Friday night.

They fell into a tie for first in the DAC at 6-2 with Black Hills State.

 

Jimmie men win

It ended about 2 hour ago, but we’ve been kicking butt and taking names trying to beat deadline since, but the Jimmie men beat 16th-ranked Minot State 88-80 in an entertaining tilt at the Civic Center Friday night.

Hans Hoeg led the way with 24 points as five JC players scored in double figures.

Much more on the game in the print edition on Saturday.

We’re chalk full of local copy so please buy yourself a copy of the Saturday Sun and enjoy it thoroughly.

Another busy day (today) locally, so we’ll "Just keep doing our job," and we’ll see you at the games.

Good night!