Basketball: Packer boys win big in opener

Published 7:02pm Sunday, December 2, 2012

KASSON — It took a little while for the Packers to heat up, but when they got going they put away Kasson-Mantorville (1-1 overall) in an 88-54 win in their boys basketball opener on the road Saturday.

The No. 2 ranked Packers (1-0 overall) connected on 8 of their 11 three-point attempts in the second half as they rolled to a win.

“It was a typical first game,” Austin head coach Kris Fadness said. “We were a little sloppy in the first half, but we got going in the second half.”

Tom Aase had 18 points and eight rebounds for Austin and Zach Wessels had 17 points and five assists.

Austin 36 52 — 88

KM 23 31 — 54

Austin scoring: Tom Aase, 18; Zach Wessels, 17; Joe Aase, 16; Bret Lukes, 14; Nik Gasner, 8; Ajuda Nywesh, 7; Gach Gach, 5; Collin Weisert, 3; field goals: 55 percent (35-for-64); three-pointers: 45 percent (9-for-20); free throws: 64 percent (9-for-14); rebounds: 31 (Weisert, 8; Tom Aase, 8); turnovers: 10


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