Boys basketball: Arrows pierce Luverne, JCC falls to Marshall
LUVERNE — Collin Moeller scored 17 points with 12 rebounds and Boyer Bouman added 16 points with four assists as Pipestone Area defeated Luverne Tuesday night in a battle of arch-rival Southwest Conference boys basketball teams.
The Arrows were accurate with their two-point field goal attempts, making 19 of 33. They converted just one of 11 three-point tries, but they held the Cardinals to 16 of 47 field goals for the night.
Pipestone Area made 12 of 16 free throws compared to Luverne’s five of eight.
Josh Slieter scored 10 points for Luverne.
Pipestone Area 23 53
Luverne 15 41
Marshall 71, Jackson County Central 56
MARSHALL — Senior center Jon Harmening scored 22 points and pulled down 15 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough to lead his Jackson County Central Huskies past Southwest Conference opponent Marshall.Zach Schwarting scored 15 points and Darnell Taylor-Breck had nine for the Huskies.Riley Scharbono led Marshall with 20. CD Douglas added 14.JCC is 3-4 on the season.JCC 24 56Marshall 34 71
Redwood Valley 91, Windom Area 71WINDOM —Cade Johnson, a 5-10 sophomore guard, knocked down seven three-pointers to help Redwood Valley pull away from Windom Area in a Southwest Conference clash.Johnson finished the game with 25 points, while teammates Taquez Perkins (15) and Mitchell Fischer (14) combined for 29 more. The Cardinals (6-1, 3-1) netted 13 three-pointers in the game.Windom (2-5, 0-4) was paced by the 25-point performance of junior Kyle Antes, while sophomore Jeff Pfeffer scored 10 points.Redwood Valley 43 91Windom 27 71
Fulda 63, Red Rock Central 34FULDA —A trio of Raiders scored in double figures in Fulda’s first victory of the season —a decisive 29-point win over Red Rock Central.Cole Dierks scored a game-high 17 points to lead Fulda (1-6, 1-3), while Josh Ramerth and Bennett Appel (10 rebounds) netted 14 and 11 points, respectively. Sophomore Brian Fenske helped the Raiders with seven rebounds.Sam Halter (13) and Austin Price (12) each tallied double-figure scoring for the Falcons (0-6, 0-5), who play at Adrian Thursday.Fulda hosts Ellsworth Thursday.RRC 20 34Fulda 36 63
Sioux Center 67, George-Little Rock 48SIOUX CENTER, Iowa —Sioux Center steadily chipped away at George-Little Rock, eventually winning 67-48.The Warriors were paced by 18 points from Graham Zomermaand and 17 from Steven Kragt. G-LR had Jesse Koerselman (18 points, five rebounds), Tanner Ver Steeg (12 points) and Austin Hayenga (11 points) leading the way as they dropped to 2-4 overall and to 2-3 in the Siouxland Conference.The Mustangs head to West Lyon, Inwood Friday night.G-LR 12 25 36 48SC 21 41 50 67