Sigourney boys crush Tigers behind Haines, Magill

The Savages have regrouped as of recent, having won two of their last three games following a couple blowout losses. Sigourney kept their momentum rolling when they faced Iowa Valley on the road on February 2 and routed the Tigers 74-44.

Sigourney got out to a quick lead by scoring 15 in the first quarter and held Iowa Valley to single digits, then pushed their lead further with a 24-point second quarter. The Savages went into the half with a big 39-19 lead and the momentum on their side. Sigourney continued to find success with their offense by pouring in another 23 points with a few successful threes.

A running clock meant a quicker fourth quarter and even with the offense scoring their lowest points in a quarter on the night, the Savages still beat out Iowa Valley 12-11. The Savages shot just over 50 percent from the field (31-60) and converted on 10 of their 21 three-point attempts in the win. Despite the high scoring and aggressive play, Sigourney got to the free throw line four times, converting on two.

Spencer Magill and Dustin Haines had 22 points apiece, draining a combined 7-13 from three. They also combined for six rebounds, seven assists, seven steals and a pair of blocks. Cole Weber also got into double figures with 10 points, converting on four of his six shots from the field to go with five rebounds, three assists and one steal. Kyle Weber and Brett Striegel, two other starters, combined for 10 points, 12 rebounds, three assists and one steal.

Sigourney made up their game against English Valleys on February 4 and then hosted Iowa Mennonite on February 5 before they finish out the week on the road at Twin Cedars on February 8.