Julius Wolf pulls down a rebound for the Knights vs. St. Charles in the first game of 2014.
Julius Wolf pulls down a rebound for the Knights vs. St. Charles in the first game of 2014.
Kingsland fell to St. Charles 73-36 at home Friday in the Knights' only boys basketball game last week.

The Saints scored the first seven points of the game and built the lead to 45-17 at the half. With the win, the Saints go to 11-2 overall while the Knights fall to 2-10 for the season.

The big difference in the game was shooting, as the Knights shot just 19.6 percent from field while St. Charles made 51 percent of its shots.

Jacob Rindels scored 17 points to lead the Knights in scoring. Julius Wolf had four points. Quinn Larson, Josh Bradley and Brennen O'Connor each had three points while Marcus Plaehn, Lenny Moore and Nick Niemeyer each had two points.

Bradley, Plaehn and Wolf each had five rebounds for the Knights. Moore led the team in assists with five and Rindels led the team in steals with four.

The Knights were scheduled for three more contests at home this week with a game Tuesday against Plainview-Elgin-Millville, a non-conference game Thursday against Grand Meadow and a game Friday against Wabasha-Kellogg. Next Tuesday, Jan. 14, Kingsland travels to Lewiston-Altura.