Allen, Narber lead Aurora basketball in 2014-15

by Dave Bradley

Final statistics have been released for Aurora’s boys and girls basketball teams.
The boys finished the season with a 19-6 overall record and were led in scoring by Austin Allen, who averaged 14.5 points, while Tommy Leininger was right behind at 14.2.
Todd Honas averaged 7.1, followed by Aaron Vinkenberg at 6.6, Jake Kittle 3.8, Henry Penner 3.3, Zach Stevenson 3.24, Kade Moural 2.0, Sam Johnson 1.5, Trey Wilson 1.3,  and Scott Bergmark 1.2 points.
Allen also led in rebounds at 9.5 per game, followed by Kittle with 4.8 and Vinkenberg 3.2.
Kittle averaged 2.7 assist to lead the team, while Leininger had 2.4.
Allen totaled 35 blocks and Leininger 56 steals.
Stevenson led the team in 2-point field goal shooting percentage, hitting 38 of 67 for 56.7 percent. Leininger followed on 105 of 207 for 50.7 percent, while Sam Johnson made 10 of 21 for 47.6 percent.
Allen hit 138 of 299 for 46.2 percent, while Kittle and Vinkenberg also finished at 46.2 percent shooting.
Vinkenberg made the most treys with 40, while Leininger added 34 and Honas 19. Penner led the team percentage-wise hitting eight of 15 for 53.3 percent, while Kade Moural shot 11 of 22 for 50 percent.
Allen hit 81 of 139 free throws, while Leininger made 44 of 54.
Aurora averaged 55.3 points per game and allowed 45.4.
The Huskies shot 534 of 1,246 from the field for 43 percent and made 195 of 320 free throws for 61 percent, while opponents made 381 out of 1,043 from the floor for 36 percent along with 193 of 314 free throws for 61 percent.
Aurora outrebounded foes by an average of 31.9 to 26.4 per game. The Huskies averaged 11.4 assists, 10.8 turnovers and 9.4 steals.

Lady Huskies
The girls finished the year 11-13 and were led in scoring by Adyson Narber, who averaged 15.3 points per game. Jasa Scheierman scored 8.0 points per contest, Allison Penner 7.4 and Maggie Grosshans 4.2
Narber hit 87 of 228  2-point field goals along with 31 of 90 3-pointers plus 102 of 147 free throws. She was first on the team in steals with 42 and second in assists with 21.
Scheierman made 77 of 157 2-pointers and 39 of 64 free throws, and was third in rebounds with 85. She added 21 steals.
Penner made 69 of 175 from the field and 36 of 50 from the line. She was first in rebounds with 106, and second in steals with 38.
Grosshans went 40 for 103 on field goals and hit 19 of 35 free throws. She was fourth in rebounds, pulling down 83.
Brooke Williams scored 71 points with 35 boards and 14 steals. Logan Ohlson had 60 points, was second in rebounds with 103, first in assists with 31 and added 30 steals.
Keri Oswald scored 51 points and pulled down 14 rebounds, while Alex Schneider had 50 points and 60 rebounds plus nine steals.
Other totals included Kennedy Krejdl with five points and two rebounds, Corrie Schneider two points and six boards, McClain Narber two points and four rebounds, while Kristin Bell added four points and five rebounds.
As a team the Lady Huskies averaged 45.2 points per game and allowed 44.2.
They shot 359 out of 866 2-point field goals for 41 percent along with 44 of 167 treys for 26 percent.
The girls hit 65 percent from the stripe on 235 of 362 and averaged 23.8 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 7.0 steals and 8.2 turnovers.

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