Mitchell Christian boys struggle on offense in loss to Wolsey-Wessington

Golden Eagles hit just five field goals in 31-point defeat


WOLSEY -- The Mitchell Christian boys basketball team hit just five field goals and dropped a 59-28 decision against Wolsey-Wessington on Monday.

The Golden Eagles were held to 5 of 26 shooting from the field, went 16 of 19 at the free-throw line and committed 23 turnovers. As a result, Mitchell Christian trailed 16-4 at halftime and 34-14 at the break.

Aiden Lieber paced the Golden Eagles (3-13) with 13 points, while Anders Enga and Micah Frey finished with five points apiece. Frey collected a team-high four rebounds.

Tristan Abbott netted a team-high 12 points and dished out six assists for the Warbirds (11-6). Ethan Nelson and Payson Gohn scored 10 points apiece, while Gohn collected six boards. Jake Williams added eight points.

Mitchell Christian hosts Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Thursday.


Wolsey-Wessington 59, Mitchell Christian 28

Mitchell Christian (3-13): Aiden Lieber 13, Nathanael Anderberg 3, Max Reynen 2, Micah Frey 5, Anders Enga 5.

Wolsey-Wessington (11-6): Jake Williams 8, Corbin Haanmeyer 6, Tristan Abbott 12, Ethan Nelson 10, Payson Gohn 10, Carson Zomer 2, Marty Gohn 5, Blaze Herdman 3, Kaden Krutzfeldt 3.

MC 4 14 24 28

WW 16 34 52 59

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