BOYS HOOPS: G-R hits century mark in Redhawk Country
February 7, 2014
TRAER - Camden Kickbush made five first-half 3-pointers en route to a season-high 24 points in leading Gladbrook-Reinbeck to a 103-64 romp over North Tama in Saturday's non-conference boys' basketball contest. Eight different players accounted for the Rebels' 13 3-pointers, nine of which came in the first half as Gladbrook-Reinbeck (15-2) got out to a 62-40 lead and poured it on for the team's seventh win in a row. North Tama (6-11) had trouble keeping pace despite Paul Kaufmann's game-high 28 points. The state's leader in 3-pointers added six to his season total, yet the Redhawks sustained their fifth consecutive loss. Zach Pierce and Cameron Clark both scored 16 points - a career-high for Clark - while Joe Smoldt added 13 points for the Rebels. Tyler Eiffler added a career-best 11 points. Logan Zobel chipped in 13 points and Ben Panfil had eight for North Tama. Both teams return to conference play on Tuesday. Gladbrook-Reinbeck hosts rival Grundy Center in NICL West Division play, while North Tama visits Waterloo Christian in Iowa Star Conference action.
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