VM boys beat W-G by over 30 points

Staff Report
Bulldog Blake Fryar goes up for a layup during a game earlier this season. Fryar scored 21 points on the Hawks on Dec. 8. PHOTO BY BAILEY FREESTONE/DALLAS COUNTY NEWS

On Dec. 8, the Van Meter Bulldogs took on the Woodward-Granger Hawks. The Bulldogs stay undefeated after beating the Hawks 64-31.

The Bulldogs immediately dominated the game, with a 18-10 lead at the end of the first quarter. By the end of the half, the Bulldogs had outscored the Hawks 13-8 for a scored of 31-18. The Bulldogs continued to outscore the Hawks and soon, they led by 33 points.

Blake Fryar was the Bulldogs leading scorer. Fryar finished the game with a whopping 21 points. He had scored six field goals, one three pointer and six free throws.

Keith Braunschweig was the Hawks leader in points. Braunschweig had 13 points for the Hawks, two field goals, one three pointer and six free throws.

Sophomore Ian Abrahamson led the Bulldogs in rebounds. He had seven rebounds, four of which were defensive and three that were offensive rebounds.

The Hawks had a total of 24 rebounds over the Bulldogs. Reese Jamison and Kaya Bowlsby tied with five rebounds a piece. Jamison had four defensive rebounds and one offensive rebound and Bowlsby had all defensive rebounds.

The leader in assists for the Bulldogs was Fryar. He ended the game with a total of six out of the team’s 16. Abrahamson also led the team in steal, with four out of a total of ten. The Bulldogs had just one block over the Hawks. The block came from junior Ryan Schmitt.

Sophomore Bryce Achenbach led the Hawks in assists and steals. He had four of the team’s six assists and two out of five steals. The Hawks had two blocks, one a piece from Achenbach and Bowlsby.

The Bulldogs were able to beat the Hawks 64-31 to keep an undefeated record. The Bulldogs now have a 4-0 record and the Hawks hold a 4-2 record on the season.

Both the Bulldogs and Hawks play again on Tuesday, Dec. 12. The Bulldogs play at home against West Central Valley at 7:15 p.m. The Hawks play Ogden at home at 7:30 p.m.