BOYS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Harris-Lake Park outlasts Round Lake-Brewster in overtime, 59-50
LAKE PARK, Iowa -- Kyle Jacobsen scored 18 points -- six on a pair of 3-pointers in a Harris-Lake Park overtime surge -- as the Wolves outlasted Round Lake-Brewster 59-50 in a boys' basketball game Friday night.
H-LP (6-14 overall) also made 6 of 7 free throws during the extra session, outscoring the Raiders 12-3.
Brady Nissen and Luke Bosma each contributed six rebounds for the Wolves, who will host George-Little Rock on Thursday. Mychal Sheridan added five assists.
Dillon Hansen led RL-B with 16 points.
RL-B 9 15 7 16 3 -- 50
H-LP 10 16 9 12 12 -- 59
SWC 71, RRC 36
EDGERTON -- Zach Huisken scored 18 points and pulled down 14 rebounds to lead Southwest Christian to a victory against Red Rock Central.
Nic Pfeifle had 11 points and four rebounds, while Jared Mouw added nine points and four rebounds for the Eagles (9-6, 7-5), who outrebounded the Falcons 46-26 in the game.
Tyler Erickson had 13 points for RRC, while Brian Benedict had seven rebounds.
SWC, which played its second game in a stretch during which the Eagles will play nine games in 18 days, will travel to Edgerton Public Tuesday.
RRC 17 19 -- 36
SWC 36 35 -- 71
Marshall 57, T-M-B 44
MARSHALL -- Tracy-Milroy-Balaton held a 10-rebound advantage in a non-conference game against Marshall, but the Tigers outscored the Panthers 34-21 in the second half in the 13-point victory.
Dominic Dolan scored 15 points for T-M-B, while Isaac Dolan (14 rebounds) and Walker Schaar each scored six points.
Taylor Hedman scored 17 points, while Tyler Gimmestad added 12 points and 11 rebounds for Marshall.
T-M-B will host Central Minnesota Christian Tuesday.
T-M-B 23 21 -- 44
Marshall 23 34 -- 57
PA 74, JCC 44
PIPESTONE -- Eric Stark scored 20 points and had 12 rebounds to lead Pipestone Area to a Southwest Conference victory against visiting Jackson County Central.
Bryce Beyers added 13 points, while Shelby Jones scored 12 points and had five rebounds.
Jared Vanderpoel (four rebounds) and Jason Nettik (five assists) also contributed for the Arrows, who led 37-19 at the break.
Ty Schwarting scored 12 points to lead the Huskies, while Nathan Brandt added 10 points.
PA will host Southwest Christian Tuesday, while JCC hosts Worthington the same evening.
JCC 19 25 -- 44
PA 37 37 -- 74
In other scores, Redwood Valley defeated Luverne, 77-52.