PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Adrian, Red Rock Central win key conference girls’ basketball gamesFULDA — All five starters scored in double figures for the Adrian girls’ basketball team Thursday night, as the Dragons jumped out to a 16-4 lead on their way to an 80-59 victory over the Fulda Raiders in a key Red Rock Conference game.
By: Sean Solheim, Worthington Daily Globe
FULDA — All five starters scored in double figures for the Adrian girls’ basketball team Thursday night, as the Dragons jumped out to a 16-4 lead on their way to an 80-59 victory over the Fulda Raiders in a key Red Rock Conference game.
Sam Lynn scored a game-best 25 points to lead the Dragons, while Katy Slater was 11-for-12 from the free-throw line and scored 15 points.
Erica Thier and Karli Meyer each scored 11 points, and Ashley Thier charted 10 points for the Dragons, who crashed the boards for 14 offensive rebounds compared to four for the Raiders.
Lane Gehl and Brittany Hulstein scored 11 and 10 points, respectively, to lead Fulda (2-2, 1-1), which plays at Hills-Beaver Creek Tuesday.
Adrian (3-0, 3-0) hosts Edgerton Tuesday.
Adrian 43 37 — 80
Fulda 24 35 — 59
RRC 51, MCC 47
JEFFERS — In a game that was tied 10 different times and went back-and-forth throughout, the Red Rock Central Falcons pulled out a four-point victory over Murray County Central in another key Red Rock Central matchup Thursday night.
Thea Engen recorded 17 points, 13 rebounds, three steals and a pair of assists to spark the Falcons, while Krystle Sell (12 points, five steals, two assists) and Jenna Smith (11 points, four steals, three assists) also scored in double digits.
Emily Neperman (seven rebounds), Steph Maras (four assists, three steals) and Cierra Nickel (three steals, two assists) also topped the stat sheets for RRC (3-0, 2-0), which hosts SSC Tuesday.
Emily Bose led MCC (2-2, 0-2) with 21 points. Abby Van Meveran added eight points for the Rebels, who host RL-B Tuesday.
MCC 24 23 — 47
RRC 23 28 — 51
Edgerton 57, W-WG 40
EDGERTON — Alyson Drooger popped in a game-high 18 points Thursday night, as the Edgerton Flying Dutchmen claimed a Red Rock Conference victory over Westbrook-Walnut Grove.
Emily Sluis (12 rebounds), Kelsey Wolthuizen (11 points), Hailey Van Kley (11 rebounds, 10 points) and Katie Hadler (10 assists) also had big statistical nights for Edgerton (1-1, 1-1).
Audra Schmidt led W-WG (0-3, 0-2) with 17 points, 13 rebounds and four shot blocks.
Kassandra Jarmer hauled in eight rebounds, Kylie Erickson dished out seven assists, and Kristie Hoffman came up with four steals for the Chargers, who play at ML/B-O Tuesday.
Edgerton travels to Adrian Tuesday.
W-WG 22 18 — 40
Edgerton 27 30 — 57
RL-B 54, ML/B-O 45
ROUND LAKE — Karen Schmitz had a double-double and led a balanced scoring attack for the Round Lake-Brewster Raiders in their Red Rock Conference victory over Mountain Lake/Butterfield-Odin Thursday night.
Schmitz totaled 13 points, 10 rebounds and seven shot blocks for RL-B, which used a 12-2 run in the first half to gain control of the game.
Chelsea Meyer (12 points, seven rebounds), Ceilia Schmitz (12 points) and April Wallace (10 points, seven rebounds) also scored in double figures for the Raiders (1-1, 1-1), who visit MCC Tuesday.
Michelle Dirks and Karen Herrig scored 11 points apiece to pace ML/B-O (0-4, 0-2), which hosts W-WG Tuesday.
ML/B-O 23 22 — 45
RL-B 30 24 — 54
SWC 57, H-BC 13
EDGERTON — Southwest Christian was dominant on the court Thursday night, scoring 33 first-half points in a Red Rock Conference victory against Hills-Beaver Creek.
Kayla Broekhuis scored 13 points to lead the Eagles. Vayla Van Dyke also contributed with 10 points and Abby Hanenburg scored nine.
For the Patriots, Heather Kerner scored six points.
Van Dyke led the Eagles with seven rebounds. Hanenburg, Amy Lubben, and Angie Vermeer each had five rebounds, and Broekhuis added seven steals.
SWC now stands at 3-1 overall and 2-0 in the conference. SWC will travel to Russell-Tyler-Ruthton on Saturday.
H-BC 8 5 — 13
SWC 33 24 — 57
Boys T-M-B 61, R-T-R 42
TRACY — Bo Kirsh scored 16 points Thursday night to help lead the Tracy-Milroy-Balaton Panthers to a victory over Russell-Tyler-Ruthton in a Camden Conference boys’ basketball game.
Walker Schaar and Josh Soupir each added six points, and Dominic Dolan had three assists for the Panthers (2-0, 1-0), who visit Pipestone Area Tuesday.
Taylor Newton and Jason Minett each scored eight points to lead R-T-R, while Mike Kent had seven points.
R-T-R (2-1, 1-1) plays at MACCRAY tonight.
R-T-R 23 19 — 42
T-M-B 34 27 — 61
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