IMS traveled to Winfield Tuesday and bolted to a 29-6 first quarter lead on the way to a 67-22 win over the Wolves. Cole Ours knocked down consecutive threes to give IMS a 6-0 lead, and Trevor Leyden connected on two more treys in the frame. It was 45-11 at the half, as eleven players saw action. The mercy rule kicked in one minute into the third quarter as IMS reserves saw the majority of time in the second half.
Caleb Gingerich had a team-high six assists and Reggie Borntrager and Schmieder shared rebounding honors with five apiece. Cole Ours had three steals, and Reggie Borntrager, Eli Ours, Gingerich and Schmieder each picked up two steals. Bontrager and Kobe Borntrager each pulled down four rebounds, and Eli Ours, Roser-Peet, Reggie Borntrager, Kobe Borntrager, Schmieder and Bontrager had two assists apiece.
Coach Dwight Gingerich said “we shot the ball very well, and the ball movement was excellent, leading to good shots. Defensively, our pressure was solid early, helping us to get out to a really good start.”