Girls shoot a season best 48% to defeat West Burlington

IMS was in control from the opening tap and won convincingly, 70-41 at West Burlington.  IMS shot a season best 48% from the floor on 31/64 from the field, helping them to a season high 70 point night.  IMS led 14-6 after a quarter and 36-17 at the break, before taking a commanding 67-34 lead with six minutes to play in the fourth.

IMS was led in scoring by sophomore Riley Schmieder who finished with a season high 18 points on 8/13 shooting from the field. Fellow sophomore Hannah Miller also put in a season high, scoring 17 on 8/16 from the field.  Olivia Yutzy put in 16 points on 7/12 from the field. Yutzy had three thefts on the night. Kristin Davis had a strong floor game scoring 15 points while handing out eleven assists. Davis led IMS with five steals. Hannah Gingerich and Cassidy Bontrager completed the IMS scoring with two points apiece.  Gingerich and Miller both pulled down seven rebounds for IMS.  

Coach Aaron Gingerich commented, “We are playing together and things are clicking for us. I thought our team was tremendous in handling the ball and setting up each other for good looks. We want to keep building momentum as we head towards the end of the season and tournament time.”
IMS is still without Anya Slabaugh, Demi Brezina, Stasia Majerick, and Larissa Wyse due to injury.  
With the win IMS moves to 7-10 on the season and remains at 6-9 in the SEISC.  IMS plays tonight at Columbus Junction.