Treynor completes season sweep of Underwood

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Treynor completes season sweep of Underwood

Juniors Jack Stogdill and Jack Tiarks battle for a rebound hard for a rebound.

Juniors Jack Stogdill and Jack Tiarks battle for a rebound hard for a rebound.

Shad Granger

Juniors Jack Stogdill and Jack Tiarks battle for a rebound hard for a rebound.

Shad Granger

Shad Granger

Juniors Jack Stogdill and Jack Tiarks battle for a rebound hard for a rebound.

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The Treynor men came out hot and didn’t let up as they dominated the Underwood Eagles 76-53 to stay undefeated on the season.

The Cardinals scored 21 points in the opening quarter to jump out to a 7-point lead heading into the second quarter. Junior Jack Tiarks reintroduced himself from injury with a thunderous dunk that put everyone in the gym on notice. Treynor took a 21-point lead into halftime, doubling up the Eagles with a 42-21 lead. The Cardinals would continue to keep their distance in the second-half, outscoring the Eagles 34-32.

Jack Tiarks led the way with 24 points in his return from an injury to his ribs. “My body right now is really sore because I took an elbow right to the ribs, which is where I had been injured, but I think it should heal up quick,” Tiarks said. Sore and all, he is excited about what the second half of the season brings. “For the rest of the season, I expect the same of what we are doing right now, which is coming to practice, working hard, taking it one game at a time, and reaching our ultimate goal of a state championship,” Tiarks said.

Junior Jack Stogdill turned in an efficient game, too, as he posted 15 points, 4 rebounds, and 5 assists. Despite the solid performance, Stogdill knows the team has parts of their game to improve on. “I think we need to work on gang rebounding, especially without Jon,” Stogdill said, “Individually, keeping turnovers down has been a big focus of mine as of late, so I’m happy I’ve been keeping those down lately.”

Senior Jerry Jorgenson kept up his hot shooting from beyond the arc, finishing with 15 points, 3 rebounds, and 7 assists on 5-of-12 shooting from the field.

Treynor improves to 13-0 and is 1 of just 5 teams in Class 2A that remains unbeaten on the season. The Cardinals will be back in action on Saturday, Jan. 19.