Results from Friday's basketball games in North Iowa.
High School boys basketball: Algona loses to Webster City in overtime
Webster City 45, Algona 40
WEBSTER CITY | The Bulldogs lost by five points in overtime to Webster City on Friday, their second loss in the past three games. Junior Wyatt Wegener led the team in scoring, with 12 points, while Spencer Holmes was close behind, with nine. Jason Cecil had a team-high eight rebounds. Algona plays at Clear Lake High School on Tuesday night. The Bulldogs are 10-9 on the season.
High School girls basketball: Rockford's strong second half leads to defeat of Riceville
Rockford 51, Riceville 36
ROCKFORD | The Warriors earned a convincing victory against the Wildcats on Friday, gaining a 33-18 advantage in the second half after being tied 18-18 after two quarters.
Morgan Theiman scored 21 points with five rebounds and four steals in the victory. Amber Reams scored 13, adding five rebounds, two assists and three steals.
High School girls basketball: Charles City's comeback attempt falls short
Decorah 51, Charles City 49
CHARLES CITY | The Comets' second-half surge put them within striking distance of their first victory, but they barely fell short Friday. Charles City outscored Decorah 43-27 in the second half, falling by only two points to Decorah.
Jodie Sindlinger scored 21 points on 9-of-10 shooting. She also had three rebounds and two steals. Lydia Staudt and Rachel Chambers each pitched in 10 points for the Comets (0-19).
High School girls basketball: Bishop Garrigan advances, stomps Northwood-Kensett
Bishop Garrigan 58, Northwood-Kensett 27
ALGONA | Bishop Garrigan won its first-round playoff game Friday, as three players reached double figures. Madison Meister had a team-high 18 points. She also had five assists and three steals.
Northwood-Kensett was outscored in all four quarters as was also held to three points in the second.
Kaylyn Meyers had 17 points, four rebounds, five assists, two steals and two blocks. Gracie Elsbecker had 11 points. The Golden Bears (15-6) will face the winner of Saturday's contest between North Iowa and Newman Catholic.
High School girls basketball: North Butler stomps Nashua-Plainfield
North Butler 48, Nashua-Plainfield 29
GREENE | The Bearcats picked up a 19-point victory against the Huskies on Saturday, which marked their second consecutive victory. North Butler began the season 1-8 but have a 6-4 record since.
High School boys basketball: Saint Ansgar steamrolls North Butler
Saint Ansgar 65, North Butler 37
SAINT ANSGAR | The Saints beat the Bearcats by 28 points on Friday night, outscoring their North Butler opponents 34-18 in the first half, and 31-19 in the second half. Senior Collin Kramer led the Saints in scoring, with 16 points, on 8-of-13 shooting. Kramer also collected a team-high nine rebounds. Ethan Kirchgatter was second on the team in scoring, with 13 points. It was the third win in a row for the Saints, who are now 12-7 for the season. Their next game will be Thursday, against Tripoli. For North Butler, the loss drops them to 3-14.
High School boys basketball: North Iowa rolls over Northwood-Kensett
North Iowa 47, Northwood-Kensett 35
NORTHWOOD | Northwood-Kensett lostby 12 points to North Iowa on Friday night. The Vikings scored only six points in the first, falling into a hole they couldn't climb out of.
Three players led Northwood-Kensett in scoring. Kyle Nichols, Cade Henesteg, and Kale Juseth all scored six points, while TJ Whitelow led the team in rebounds, with 13. The loss dropped the Vikings to 1-19.
High School boys basketball: Decorah beats Charles City by 10
Decorah 61, Charles City 51
DECORAH | The Charles City boys team lost by 10 points at Decorah on Friday. The loss broke a two-game winning streak for the Comets, and dropped their record to 12-7 on the season.
Charles City's next game is Tuesday, at home, against Mason City.
High School girls basketball: North Butler cruises past Lake Mills
North Butler 47, Lake Mills 32
GREENE | North Butler's defense became stronger as the game progressed Tuesday, as the Bearcats held the Bulldogs to 11 points in the second half after surrendering 21 in the first.
North Butler improved to 6-12, while Lake Mills fell to 8-13.
High School girls basketball: Forest City stays hot, defeats Saint Ansgar
Forest City 59, Saint Ansgar 54
SAINT ANSGAR | The Indians have won eight of their past nine games, the most recent being a road contest against a tough Saint Ansgar team on Tuesday. Erin Caylor had 12 points, shooting 5-of-8 from the field with six rebounds.
Noelle Jones, a senior, had 11 points and six rebounds. Five other Forest City players (Kelsey Kock, Ellie Caylor, Kallista Larson, Makayla Kingland and Shae Dillvou) each scored at least five points.
Saint Ansgar saw its four-game winning streak end. Hali Anderson had 23 points, five rebounds, two assists and three steals for the Saints. Jaydn Anderson and Brooklyn Hackbart each had 11 points apiece.
High School girls basketball: Ausenhus notches double-double in Central Springs' victory against Belmond-Klemme
Central Springs 34, Belmond-Klemme 26
MANLY | The Panthers picked up their third victory in the past four games, winning their Top of Iowa Crossover game against Belmond-Klemme.
Hannah Ausenhus notched a double-double, scoring 11 points and grabbing 11 rebounds. She added a pair of blocks and a steal. Mackenzie Lohmann and Kayley Kelley each had six points.
Allison Noland had nine points, five rebounds and two steals for the Broncos. Haley Beminio had four points, 10 rebounds and six blocks.
High School girls basketball: Hanson's 25-point performance boosts Garner-Hayfield-Ventura against Rockford
Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 64, Rockford 53
ROCKFORD | Jade Hanson scored 25 points, shooting 9-of-14 in the victory. Jayden Frank had 15 points, four rebounds, four steals and two blocks.
Mara Anderson had 12 points, three rebounds, two assists and three steals. The Cardinals improved to 10-11 with the win.
Amber Reams scored 14 points for Rockford. Morgan Thieman had 13 points to go along with four rebounds and three steals.
High School boys basketball: Mason City falls to Ankeny Centennial
Ankeny Centennial 83, Mason City 56
ANKENY | Mason City dropped its second consecutive game Monday, falling to an Ankeny Centennial team that had lost seven consecutive games heading into the contest.
Dylan Miller led the Mohawks with 16 points. Corey Miner added 13. Mason City (5-12) will look to rebound Saturday with a home contest against Fort Dodge, which also marks the Mohawks' Senior Night.
High School boys basketball: North Iowa hands Central Springs 20-point loss
North Iowa 60, Central Springs 40
MANLY | The Bison convincingly won their Top of Iowa Conference crossover game, handily defeating the Panthers on Tuesday.
Central Springs freshman Angel Jose scored 10, as did senior Dylan Kisner.
North Iowa (5-16) will face Northwood-Kensett on Friday to conclude its regular season.
Central Springs ends its regular season at 6-15.
High School boys basketball: Clear Lake crushes Hampton-Dumont
Clear Lake 72, Hampton-Dumont 27
HAMPTON | The Lions remained perfect Monday, moving to 18-0 with one of their most convincing victories of the season. Clear Lake scored a whopping 30 points in the second quarter to take a 39-9 lead.
Drew Enke led Clear Lake with 13 points. Andrew Formanek had 10, Carson Toebe had 9, and Jack Barragy, as well as Tate Storbeck, had seven.
Mason Hanft led Hampton-Dumont (5-16) with nine points. The Bulldogs face North Butler on Thursday, and Clear Lake faces Iowa Falls-Alden.
High School boys basketball: Belmond-Klemme ends four-game losing streak, defeats North Union
Belmond-Klemme 57, North Union 51
BELMOND | The Broncos defeated North Union on Tuesday, ending a four-game losing streak and improving Belmond-Klemme's record to 5-14.
Tristan Yoder had 18 points and 10 rebounds, shooting 7-of-8 from the field. Carson Lane added 12 points, five rebounds and two steals in the victory. Koty Kuhlers, a senior, had 11 points, four rebounds and two blocks.
The Broncos will face Nashua-Plainfield on Monday.
High School boys basketball: Northwood-Kensett earns first victory
Northwood-Kensett 50, Eagle Grove 45
NORTHWOOD | The Vikings earned their first victory of the year after losing their first 18 games of the season. TJ Whitelow had 10 points and 15 rebounds to lead Northwood-Kensett. Marquise Berry had eight, and Caden Roberts had seven. Kyle Nichols had six points, five rebounds and two steals.
The Broncos will host North Iowa on Friday.
High School boys basketball: Betz, Dalbeck lead Garner-Hayfield-Ventura past Rockford
Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 66, Rockford 50
ROCKFORD | The Cardinals earned a double-digit, road victory against Rockford on Monday, winning their Top of Iowa Conference crossover game.
Garner-Hayfield-Ventura (15-6) got 23 points from Landon Dalbeck and and James Betz, who combined to shoot 17-of-28 from the field.
Jake Staudt led the Warriors (14-6) with 16 points and four assists. Max Rooney had 14 points.
The loss mark's Rockford's third in a row.
High School girls basketball: Northwood-Kensett snaps four-game losing streak, defeats North Iowa
Northwood-Kensett 47, North Iowa 34
NORTHWOOD | The Vikings snapped a four-game losing streak with Tuesday's victory against the Bison. Laura Hopperstad scored 14 points with seven rebounds and two assists. Clara Davidson had 10 points, three rebounds and two assists.
High School girls basketball: Mason City falls to Ankeny Centennial
Ankeny Centennial 73, Mason City 55
ANKENY | Mason City found itself in a 40-27 hole after the first half Tuesday, which led to a 18-point loss. It marks the Mohawks' second loss in a row. Four Ankeny Centennial players finished with at least 13 points.
"We got off to a slow start with six turnovers in the first quarter," Mason City coach Curt Klaahsen said. "Centennial's strong inside players gave us problems and we gave up too many offensive rebounds, especially in the first half."
Megan Meyer had 17 points to lead Mason City. Anna Deets, as well as Jaeda Whitner, each finished with 11.
High School boys basketball: Molstead's 35 propels Charles City
Charles City 71, Waverly-Shell Rock 55
WAVERLY | Jack Molstead’s 35-point performance helped the Comets take a 71-55 victory against Waverly-Shell Rock on Tuesday. Tait Arndt added 10 points, and Marcus Cranshaw had nine.
The Comets (12-6) have won two consecutive games heading into Friday's road contest against Decorah.
High School girls basketball: Charles City remains winless with loss
Waverly-Shell Rock 59, Charles City 25
CHARLES CITY | Charles City fell to 0-18 with Tuesday's blowout loss against Waverly-Shell Rock. The Comets scored 15 points in the fourth quarter after scoring 10 points in the first three quarters.
High School girls basketball: Clear Lake defeats Hampton-Dumont
Clear Lake 61, Hampton-Dumont 41
HAMPTON | The Lions rebounded from their Saturday loss against Algona with a 20-point victory Tuesday. Clear Lake (15-4) will face Iowa Falls-Alden on Thursday.
High School boys basketball: Mason City falls to Dowling Catholic
Dowling Catholic 79, Mason City 54
MASON CITY | Mason City fell to Dowling Catholic on Monday, losing its second game in its past three contests. The Mohawks were led by Jarvorius Toney, who had 19 points. Dylan Miller and Corey Miner each finished with 13.
High school boys basketball: McCardle sets record as Newman Catholic beat Central Springs
Newman Catholic 66, Central Springs 40
Mason City | Newman Catholic got a big win and watched a bit of history Monday, as the Knights took down Central Springs by 26 points. Senior Merritt McCardle broke the Knights' single season 3-point record, with 57 on the season.
John Fitzgerald led the Knights with 13 points, and McCardle was close behind, with 11. Newman Catholic's next game will be Thursday, at West Fork.
High school boys basketball: Martinek pushes West Fork to victory against North Butler
West Fork 76, North Butler 53
Sheffield | The Warhawks took down North Butler by 24 points Monday, their sixth straight win. Zack Martinek scored 31 points on 11-of-18 shooting, to lead West Fork. He shot six 3-pointers in the game, while also contributing five assists. Mitchell Halloran also had a good day, scoring 18 points on 7-of-8 shooting, with four 3's.
The loss was North Butler's sixth in a row, and dropped them to 3-12.
High School girls basketball: Clark's 60-point effort too much for Mohawks
Dowling Catholic 90, Mason City 78
MASON CITY | Caitlin Clark exploded for 60 points Monday, coming within one point of the all-time Iowa 5-on-5 record (61 points). She hit 13 three-pointers. Mason City was within a few points late, but a bevy of free throws stretched Dowling Catholic's lead late.
Megan Meyer finished with 27, and Anna Deets had 21. Anna Lensing added 10. The Mohawks connected on 10 three-pointers.
High School boys basketball: Yoder's 18 powers Belmond-Klemme to victory
Belmond-Klemme 57, North Union 51
BELMOND | The Broncos used a big fourth quarter to edge North Union on Monday. Triston Yoder had a quality performance, scoring 18 points with 10 rebounds. Carson lad had 12 points and five rebounds. Koty Kuhlers had 11 points.
The victory improves Belmond-Klemme's record to 5-14. They'll face Nashua-Plainfield in the Top of Iowa Conference crossover game Tuesday.
High school girls basketball: Newman Catholic overwhelms Central Springs in blowout
Newman Catholic 67, Central Springs 38
Mason City | On Senior Night, the Newman Catholic girls team put on a show against Central Springs. With their characteristic fast offense and swarming press defense, the Knights didn't allow the Panthers to get into a rhythm, in a 67-38 for Newman Catholic.
At halftime, the Knights had a 39-15 lead. In the second half, the Knights outscored the Panthers 28-23. Keelan Curley led Newman Catholic in scoring, with 14 points.
Newman Catholic will play North Union at home Tuesday.
High School girls basketball: Charles City falls to 0-17
Sumner-Fredricksburg 58, Charles City 40
CHARLES CITY | The Comets fell to 0-17 with a loss to Sumner-Fredricksburg on Monday. Charles City will look for an elusive first win Tuesday against Waverly-Shell Rock before hosting Decorah on Friday.
High School girls basketball: Balanced effort leads West Fork against North Butler
West Fork 51, North Butler 29
GREENE | Five Warhawks scored at least six points during West Fork's victory against North Butler on Monday. Emily Caspers led the way with 11 points, nine rebounds and two blocks. Morgan Meier, a senior, had nine points, 10 assists and four steals.
McKenna Weaver had seven points, and Rachael Jones had eight. The victory gives the Warhawks (14-5) 10 wins in their past 12 games.
High School girls basketball: Algona clinches North Central Conference title
Algona 53, Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 43
CLARION | The Bulldogs capped a 19-1 regular season with a 10-point victory against Clarion-Goldfield-Dows, clinching the North Central Conference title Monday.
High School girls basketball: Hampton-Dumont's second-half outburst downs Humboldt
Hampton-Dumont 49, Humboldt 45
HUMBOLDT | The Bulldogs ended a two-game skid and improved to 8-11 with a tightly contested victory against Humboldt on Monday. The game took a drastic turn after halftime, as the teams combined for 72 points in the second half after combining for 22 in the first.
High School girls basketball: Hackbart's monster day gives Saint Ansgar victory
Saint Ansgar 65, Nashua-Plainfield 29
SAINT ANSGAR | Brooklyn Hackbart, a sophomore, scored 21 points on 10-of-14 shooting during the Saints' blowout victory Monday. She added 13 rebounds, six steals and three blocks.
Molly Jenkins, Gracie Urbatsch and Hali Anderson each added 11 points in the victory. Anderson also had five rebounds, eight assists and three steals. The victory pushes Saint Ansgar's record to 16-3 ahead of Tuesday's contest against Forest City.
High School girls basketball: Belmond-Klemme falls flat against North Union
North Union 62, Belmond-Klemme 24
BELMOND | The Broncos were stymied in Monday's contest against North Union. Haley Beminio led Belmond-Klemme with eight points, nine rebounds and four blocks. Addison McMurray had six points, three rebounds and three assists.
Belmond-Klemme (2-16) travels to Central Springs on Tuesday for a Top of Iowa Conference crossover matchup.
High School girls basketball: Riceville earns fifth victory with win against Northwood-Kensett
Riceville 49, Northwood-Kensett 43
RICEVILLE | The Wildcats used a five-point advantage in the fourth quarter to claim a six-point victory against Northwood-Kensett on Monday. The win marks Riceville's fifth of the season.
Laura Hopperstad of Northwood-Kensett had a solid performance, posting 17 points with seven rebounds and three assists. Jaela Parks had nine points, five rebounds, two assists and three steals.
High School boys basketball: Algona's defense suffocates Clarion-Goldfield-Dows
Algona 75, Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 32
CLARION | The Bulldogs' defense excelled Monday, especially in the first quarter, when Clarion-Goldfield-Dows was outscored 20-0. Algona followed the first with a 27-point second quarter to take a commanding 47-15 lead entering halftime.
Spencer Nelson had a team-high 20 points. Wyatt Wegener had 19 points and six assists, and Collin Bleich added 15 points. Jason Cecil had four points, nine rebounds, six assists and two steals.
High School boys basketball: Hampton-Dumont falls to Humboldt, loses fourth straight
Humboldt 76, Hampton-Dumont 38
HUMBOLDT | The Bulldogs were outscored in every quarter Monday, as Humboldt took a dominant, 38-point victory. The loss marks Hampton-Dumont's fourth in a row.
Wyatt Sutter scored nine points with five rebounds and two steals. Dustin Miller had six points, two rebounds and three assists. Drew Uhlenhopp had five points, three rebounds and two assists.
The Bulldogs (3-15) host Clear Lake on Tuesday.
High School boys basketball: Kramer leads Saint Ansgar against Nashua-Plainfield
Saint Ansgar 62, Nashua-Plainfield 52
SAINT ANSGAR | Collin Kramer's incredibly efficient night led to a win for Saint Ansgar on Monday. The senior, who shot 8-of-12 from the floor, had 23 points, 14 rebounds, three blocks and three assists.
Ethan Kirchgatter scored 17 points with five steals and six assists. Erik Gerdts hit three shots from beyond the arc, as well.
The Saints (11-7) have won two in a row entering Tuesday's Top of Iowa crossover game against West Hancock.
High School boys basketball: Riceville concludes regular season with loss
Kee 44, Riceville 42
RICEVILLE | The Wildcats' regular season ended on a four-game losing streak, as Kee took a narrow victory against Riceville (2-17) on Monday.
Riceville trailed 33-32 entering the final quarter.
High School girls basketball: Lake Mills wins by 10 over North Iowa
Lake Mills 45, North Iowa 35
BUFFALO CENTER | The Lake Mills girls squad had a 28-14 halftime lead against North Iowa Saturday, en route to a 45-35 win. Jessica Gasteiger scored a team-high 23 points on 9-of-17 shooting. The win broke a three-game losing streak for the Buldogs.
High School girls basketball: Anderson and Hackbart power Saint Ansgar to win over Northwood-Kensett
Saint Ansgar 63, Northwood-Kensett 39
NORTHWOOD | Jadyn Anderson and Brooklyn Hackbart both scored 17 points Saturday to lead the Saints to a 24 point win over the Bulldogs. Hackbart had a double-double, with 10 rebounds in addition to her 17 points. Northwood-Kensett dropped its third straight game, its sixth loss in the past seven games. Clara Davidson led the Bulldogs in scoring, with 11 points.
High School girls basketball: West Hancock still perfect, crushes Belmond-Klemme
West Hancock 70, Belmond-Klemme 31
BELMOND | The Eagles stayed perfect with a 70-31 victory over Belmond-Klemme Saturday, outscoring the Broncos 46-18 in the first half. Rachel Leerar scored 23 points to lead the Eagles. Kennedy Kelly scored 15 points, while Mahayla Faust had a double-double, with 11 points and 10 rebounds.
Belmond-Klemme dropped its fourth game in a row, and 10th in the past 11 games. Freshman Molly Hartwig scored 14 points to lead the Broncos.
High School boys basketball: Dual double-doubles power West Hancock to win over Belmond-Klemme
West Hancock 56, Belmond-Klemme 30
BELMOND | West Hancock senior Lucas Weiland and junior Tristan Hunt both earned double-doubles in Saturday's game, helping to lead the Eagles to a 26-point victory over the Broncos.
Weiland scored scored 17 points and collected 10 rebounds, and Hunt had 13 points and 17 rebounds. West Hancock went into halftime with a 31-16 lead, and then also held the Broncos to only four points in the fourth quarter.
Senior Jacob Diaz led the Broncos with nine points. Belmond-Klemme lost its fourth game in a row, and has now lost 10 of its past 11 games.
High School girls basketball: Osage loses by three points to Caledonia
Caledonia 57, Osage 54
DECORAH | The Osage girls team suffered its first loss of the season Saturday against Caledonia. Osage got out to an early lead against the Fighting Scots, But Caledonia scored 19 points in the second quarter to tie the game at 27-27 going into halftime.
The Fighting Scots outscored the Green Devils 30-27 in the second half, handing Osage a three-point loss. Danielle Johnson scored 26 points for the Green Devils, on 10-of-13 shooting, including six 3-pointers. Senior Rylie Olson scored nine points, and also collected 10 rebounds.
Osage will finish the regular season at home Feb. 9, against Hampton-Dumont.
High School girls basketball: Central Springs dominates Nashua-Plainfield
Central Springs 47, Nashua-Plainfield 23
NASHUA | Central Springs defeated 1-17 Nashua-Plainfield on Saturday night by 24 points. The Panthers held the Huskies to only six first-half points.
Alivea Harms led the Panthers with 16 points, and also collected four rebounds. Hannah Ausenhus scored eight points and collected a team-high five rebounds. The win was Central Springs' second in a row, coming on the heels of a four-game losing streak.
High School girls basketball: Iowa Falls-Alden ekes out win against Hampton-Dumont
Iowa Falls-Alden 54, Hampton-Dumont 49
HAMPTON | The Hampton-Dumont girls team dropped a close game to Iowa Falls-Alden on Saturday. The Bulldogs stormed back from a 25-10 halftime deficit, outscoring the Cadets 39-29 in the second half. But even 21 points in the fourth quarter couldn't propel the Bulldogs to a win. Avery Hanson and Lauren Meader both scored 15 points, with Hanson collecting 11 rebounds for a double-double. The loss was the Bulldog's 10th in their past 12 games.
High School boys basketball: Wapsie Valley pounds North Butler
Wapsie Valley 72, North Butler 43
FAYETTE | The North Butler boys team suffered a resounding 29-point loss to Wapsie Valley on Saturday. Junior Eric Bhremer scored a team-high 17 points, collected five rebounds, and had four assists.
The Bearcats have five straight losses, and are 3-12 on the season.
High School boys basketball: Saint Ansgar beats winless Northwood-Kensett
Saint Ansgar 64, Northwood-Kensett 32
NORTHWOOD | At halftime of Saturday's game, Saint Ansgar had a 44-11 lead. In the second half, the Saints eased off a bit, but the Vikings couldn't make a comeback happen. The Saints beat Northwood-Kensett by 32 points, snapping a three-game losing streak.
Collin Kramer scored 18 points on 7-of-11 shooting, and collected six rebounds. Senior Ethan Kirchgatter had 16 points on 7-of-11 shooting. Northwood-Kensett is still winless with three games left in the regular season, while Saint Ansgar is 10-7.
High School boys basketball: Iowa Falls-Alden steamrolls Hampton-Dumont
Iowa Fall-Alden 79, Hampton-Dumont 45
HAMPTON| The Hampton-Dumont boys team suffered a big defeat on Saturday, falling to Iowa Falls-Alden by 34 points. The trouble started early, when the Cadets outscored the Bulldogs 29-10 in the first quarter, and powered their way to a 50-20 halftime lead.
Senior Dustin Miller scored 16 points for the Bulldogs on 5-of-10 shooting. Junior Drew Uhlenhopp scored 11 points, and collected seven rebounds. Hampton-Dumont is 1-9 in its past 10 games, and is 3-14 on the season.
High School boys basketball: Bienemann powers Nashua-Plainfield to victory
Nashua Plainfield 73, Central Springs 49
NASHUA | Sophomore Austin Bienemann had a big performance on Saturday to help lead the Huskies to 24 point win over Central Springs. Bienemann scored 20 points on 5-of-10 shooting, made 10 free throws, collected 10 rebounds, and had four assists, and three steals.
The game was relatively close early on. After the first quarter, the Huskies' had a two-point lead, and at halftime, led 30-23. But in the third, Nashua-Plainfield scored 26 points, to pull away and get the win. Each of the Huskies' three previous have been by at least 20 points, but the teams has won just three of its previous eight games.
High School girls basketball: Riceville loses big to Janesville
Janesville 55, Riceville 16
RICEVILLE | The Riceville girls basketball team was crushed at home against Janesville Saturday, the team's third straight loss. The team scored a game-high five points in the second quarter. Riceville is 4-15 on the season.