"Everybody played well. We got out to that nice quick start," Gehlen boys coach Mike Langel said. "About everybody scored."
The Jays jumped out to a 10-point lead in the first quarter, with the score at 23-13, Gehlen, going into the second stanza.
The Jays kept on rolling in the third quarter, scoring 19 points while only allowing seven from RSM.
Gehlen let up the pace a little in the fourth quarter, keeping a generous lead for the win.
"He (Freking) held Wesselman to nine points. They both did a nice job playing defense on him," the Gehlen coach said. "We just really wanted to limit his touches as much as we could. He's a very good shooter and we didn't want him to get started."
Leading scoring for the night was Gehlen's Michael Whitehead with 19 points. Blake Wiltgen was also in double figures scoring for the Jays with 10 points.
The Jays were 54 percent from the field.
For the Hawks, Tyler Delperdang led scoring with 12 points and Wesselmann had 9.
On defense for Gehlen, Whitehead had five steals and Alex Kellen had four assists and four steals.
Colton Kneip led in rebounds for Gehlen with six boards and Wiltgen logged five.
The RSM matchup was Gehlen's last conference game before the Christmas break, making them 5-0 in the conference and 6-2 overall.
RSM's record drops to 3-5 going into a road matchup with Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn on Thursday.
The Jays next host Storm Lake, St. Mary Thursday.
That will be a big game for us; they're rated, so we'll see what we've got," Langel said.