Game 7 | 7 PM | Rock Island vs. North Scott - Genesis Health System

Game 7 | 7 PM | Rock Island (6-1) vs. North Scott (3-1)

In a game where Rocky dominated and opened up a 13 point lead in the first quarter, the story became the Lancers inching back to tie the game at the end of the third quarter. The game was ultimately decided at the foul line with North Scott outscoring Rocky 16-5. This was the difference in a game won by the Lancers with a final score of 61-58.

The leading scorer for the game was Amarion Nimmers a guard from Rock Island. Nimmers scored 21 points in 26 minutes. Jordan Rice of Rocky scored 19 points and had six assists.

Lancers Tytan Anderson and Samuel Kilburg had 19 points each. Kilburg also had six assists and two steals.

The Lancers win brought the overall Genesis Shootout score to 6-1 in favor of Iowa.

Points By Quarter

1st QTR 2nd QTR 3rd QTR 4th QTR Total

Rock Island

20

15

12

11

58

North Scott

13

13

21

14

61

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Game Preview by Steve Tappa, Shootout Historian

The Top 10 state-ranked conference title favorites from both sides of the Mississippi River square off in the main event. North Scott coach Shamus Budde returns a pair of starters from a state semifinal squad in sharpshooter Sam Kilburg and Northern Iowa-signed Ty Anderson, the 6-foot-6 senior son of QC Thunder player Tim Anderson. The Lancers also boast a bevy of impact newcomers including Kilburg’s freshman brother Cole. Six letterwinners return for Rocky, including lots of experienced size in 6-4 Andrew McDuffy, 6-5 Taurean Holtam, 6-6 Malachi Key and 6-8 Solomon Gustafson. Holtam, Key and junior point guard Jordan Rice all are receiving college interest, but the only signing so far is Gustafson with Division II Quincy University. Skilled newcomers include Colton Sigel, son of the Rocks’ state title-winning Hall of Fame coach Thom Sigel.

Rock Island

Rock Island

North Scott

North Scott

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