The IMS girls basketball team has continued to see improvements throughout the course of the season. IMS put together one of its best performances in early January against the regular season conference champions, falling by just four points. From last season to now, IMS has increased its scoring average by 10 pts/game and increased its shooting percentage by over 5%.
“We’re doing some really good things,” IMS head coach Kari Heusinkveld said. “Offensively we’ve cut down on turnovers, and continued to improve executing our sets. We’re doing a much better job cleaning up the glass and because of this we’ve had success with more fast break opportunities. We’ve seen some great individual performances at different times throughout the year, and as we head into the postseason we’re looking to bring everything together for complete games.”
IMS plays HLV on Feb. 9th in the first round of Class 1A Regionals.
IMS dropped its home opener to the Mediapolis Lady Bullets, 48-86. IMS kept the game close through the opening six minutes of play, but an 11-point Mediapolis run to close out the first quarter widened the gap. IMS went into the locker room down 22-47 at the half, and wouldn’t cut into the lead […]