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Former Hawkeye star returns to honor new Comet scoring leader

 

Press photo by John Burbridge Former Charles City and Iowa Hawkeye star Greg Brunner waves to the crowd after presenting a plaque to Comet senior Jack Molstead, who passed Brunner last week as Charles City's all-time leading scorer. Molstead also is the Comets' all-time leader in assists. Not all of Brunner's records have been broken as he remains the Hawkeyes' all-time leading rebounder. Molstead later added to his all-time total by scoring 30 points against Waukon, but the Indians managed to force overtime after trailing for most of the game before upsetting the Comets, 76-75.
Press photo by John Burbridge
Former Charles City and Iowa Hawkeye star Greg Brunner waves to the crowd after presenting a plaque to Comet senior Jack Molstead, who passed Brunner last week as Charles City’s all-time leading scorer. Molstead also is the Comets’ all-time leader in assists. Not all of Brunner’s records have been broken as he remains the Hawkeyes’ all-time leading rebounder. Molstead later added to his all-time total by scoring 30 points against Waukon, but the Indians managed to force overtime after trailing for most of the game before upsetting the Comets, 76-75.

 

 

WAUKON 76, CHARLES CITY 75 (OT)

Scoring by Quarters and OT

WAUKON 11 16 16 22 11 — 76

CHARLES CITY 17 16 16 16 10 — 75

WAUKON — Logan Houg 2, Creed Welch 14, Michael Headington 3, Reed Kelly 2, Ethan O’Neil 2, Michael Sweeney 39, Asher Fahey 8, Braden Hemann 6.

CHARLES CITY — Jack Molstead 30, JJ Ritter 13, Marcus Cranshaw 4, Colton Slinger 3, Bradley Andrews 15, Tait Arndt 9.

 

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