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After stepping out of conference for a trip to Solon on Saturday Regina returned to River Valley Conference play on Tuesday and returned to its winning ways.
Regina used a 19-point fourth quarter to secure a 64-42 win over West Liberty in a RVC South Division contest in Iowa City.
Jocoa Kerschen had 15 points and five rebounds and Even Brauns had a double-double with 13 points and 13 rebounds as Regina improved to 10-5 on the season and 9-3 in RVC play.
West Liberty was led by Noah Feldman with 21 points and dropped to 5-11 on the season and 4-9 in RVC play.
Freshman guard Masen Miller had four points, five rebounds, four assists and two steals for Regina while Sam Stein had seven points and three assists.
Ryne Schooley had nine points for Regina.
Regina 18 12 15 19 – 64
West Liberty 12 9 15 6 – 42
Regina (64) – Jocoa Kerschen 15, Even Brauns 13, Ryne Schooley 9, Sam Stein 7, Jake Phillips 6, Zach Seaman 4, Masen Miller 4, Bryce Barnett 3, Jack Jensen 2.
West Liberty (42) – Noah Feldman 21, Seth Feldman 8, Tanner Iske 5, Leo Lopez 5, Nathan Schemmel 2, Spencer Daufeldt 1.
Solon Wins Fourth Straight
Another day, another game, another win for Solon.
Solon won its fourth game in five days on Monday with a 47-34 victory over Anamosa in a WAMAC East Division matchup in Solon.
The win improved Solon to 10-4 on the season and 7-3 in WAMAC East play and came after the Spartans held off Maquoketa on Monday.
Sterling McIlravy had a team-high 13 points to pace Solon while Luke Ira added nine and Ben Krutzfeldt had seven.
Anamosa dropped to 3-13 on the season and 1-9 in WAMAC East Division play.
Clippers Falter in Fourth Quarter
Clear Creek Amana had another game come down to the final quarter on Tuesday.
Once again the Clippers came up just short of a win.
Vinton-Shellsburg broke open a tie game with a 22-point fourth quarter on its way to a 49-38 win over Clear Creek Amana in a WAMAC West Division game in Vinton.
Clear Creek Amana dropped to 1-13 with the loss and 0-10 in WAMAC West Division games while Vinton-Shellsburg improved to 9-6 and 7-2 in WAMC West play.
Drake Mougin and Cory Siders each had 10 points to lead Clear Creek Amana while Tate Thomsen added eight points for the Clippers.
Tyler Hallett and Tyler Schrepfer each had five points for Clear Creek Amana
Cole Smith had a game-high 16 points to lead Vinton-Shellsburg.
Clear Creek Amana 8 10 9 11 – 38
Vinton-Shellsburg 4 15 8 22 – 49