Collins-Maxwell keeps up growth trend in boys basketball

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Weston Kahler averaged 11.4 points, 8.4 rebounds and 4.8 assists in his senior year to help the Collins-Maxwell boys basketball team go 9-11 in 2021-2022 after finishing just 7-15 the previous season.

The Collins-Maxwell boys basketball program continued to make progress during the 2021-2022 season.

The Spartans went just 2-19 their first year as a program in 2017-2018. They went 5-15 the following year and 7-15 the next two before finishing their 2021-2022 campaign at 9-11 overall and 6-6 in the Iowa State Conference South Division.

“Each year since the start of Collins-Maxwell our goal is to improve on each season and we did that,” Collins-Maxwell head coach Wes Stover said. “We dropped a couple games that we should have won, but overall we improved.  This year’s team played tight as a team.” 

Collins-Maxwell fell to top rival and eventual ISC South champion Baxter in its opener, 50-28. The Spartans came back with a 57-36 victory over Valley Lutheran then suffered a 67-60 loss to Meskwaki at home.

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