Boys Basketball Roundup: Regina Keeps on Rolling With Rout of Wilton

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Regina continued its impressive start to the season with a 93-32 win over Wilton on Saturday in Wilton.

Masen Miller led four Regals in double figures with a game-high 16 points as Regina won its third game in five days to open the season.

Regina improved to 3-0 and 3-0 in River Valley Conference play while Wilton dropped to 1-5 and 0-4 in RVC play with its fourth straight loss.

The Regals scored 35 points in the first quarter and led 55-18 at halftime while cruising to a third straight win by more than 20 points.

Jacob Clark had 15 points and six rebounds and Even Brauns added 14 points, even rebounds and three blocks for the Regals.

Jocoa Kerschen had 14 points as Regina shot 50 percent from the floor.

Miller and Jacob Sueppel each had four assists for Regina.

Regina            35  20  24  14  –  93

Wilton             8   10   5    9   –  32

Regina (93) – Zach Seaman 2, Michael Conlon 3, Bryce Barnett 4, Masen Miller 16, Jacob Sueppel 1, Jocoa Kerschen 14, Brady Wallace 5, Jake Phillips 2, Even Brauns 14, Alex Moore 1, Luke Stein 8, Blake Berns 15, Jacob Clark 8.

Wilton (32) – Garrett Bohnsack 5, AJ Bosten 3, Isaac Hunter 2, Chase Miller 2, Cole Rabedeaux 6, Ashton Stoelk 3, Brock Hartley 1, Jared Townsend 10.

CPU Stops Liberty in OT

Center Point-Urbana outscored Liberty High 15-9 in overtime to escape with a 61-55 win over the Lightning on Saturday in North Liberty.

Liberty High dropped to 1-3 on the season with its third straight loss while Center Point-Urbana improved to 4-1.

Andre Brandon led Liberty High with 19 points while Bown Gryp added 16 points.

Dylan Harris went 17-of-19 from the free throw line and finished with a game-high 26 points to lead Center Point-Urbana and Brandon Moore had 14 points.

Liberty High (55) – Grayson Tyler 3, Bowen Gryp 16, Iziah Paulsen 6, Moses Bolar 2, Ethan O’Donnell 4, Andre Brandon 19, Sam Funke 5.

Center Point-Urbana (61) – Cam Hasleiet 9, Dylan Harris 26, Mitchell McCauley 4, Alex Wade 4, Brandon Moore 14, Grant Dirks 4.