PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: SWC, Adrian, RRC remain undefeated in conferenceEDGERTON — Ellsworth’s Brooke Kix connected on five 3-pointers en route to a game-high 23 points in a girls’ basketball game Tuesday night.
EDGERTON — Ellsworth’s Brooke Kix connected on five 3-pointers en route to a game-high 23 points in a girls’ basketball game Tuesday night.
However, the Southwest Christian duo of Brianna Spronk and Jada Vander Veen was too much for the Panthers as the Eagles came away with a 68-57 victory.
Spronk scored 22 points, had eight rebounds and three assists to lead SWC (4-2, 3-0), while Vander Veen added 19 points, had seven rebounds and three assists.
Abby Hanenburg scored 13 points and had five rebounds, while Kayla Broekhuis had four assists and three steals for SWC.
For Ellsworth, Andrea DeBoer added 19 points, while Emily Timmer had seven rebounds. Darian Herman and Rayna Sandoval each had four assists and two steals for the Panthers.
SWC will travel to Fulda Friday, while Ellsworth will travel to Luverne the same night.
Ellsworth 22 35 — 57
SWC 28 40 — 68
RRC 50, SSC 37
JEFFERS — Krystle Sell had 15 points, six assists and five steals to lead Red Rock Central to a 13-point victory against Southwest Star Concept.
Steph Maras added nine points and four steals, Nichole Schroeder had eight points, and Thea Engen had nine points, 15 rebounds, three assists, two steals and two blocks for the Falcons (4-0, 3-0).
Katey Granstra had 13 points and 17 rebounds to lead the Quasars, who played their fourth game in six days.
Kelsey Beyer added eight points, Michaela Rasche had seven points and three assists, and Luanna Henkels added three assists for SSC (3-3, 2-1).
SSC 16 21 — 37
RRC 28 22 — 50
Fulda 71, H-BC 34
HILLS — Amy Paulzine scored 24 points to lead Fulda to victory.
Courtney Hulstein added 12 points for the Raiders, who had a 33-13 lead at halftime.
For Hills-Beaver Creek, Jayme Plimpton scored 14 points to lead the Patriots (0-5, 0-3).
H-BC will travel to Edgerton Friday, while Fulda will host Southwest Christian the same evening.
Fulda 33 38 — 71
H-BC 13 21 — 34
Adrian 70, Edgerton 59
ADRIAN — Sam Lynn’s triple-double led the Adrian Dragons past Edgerton in a Red Rock Conference game Tuesday night.
Lynn scored 15 points, had 10 rebounds and 10 assists to lead the Dragons (4-0, 4-0) to an 11-point victory.
Katy Slater had 12 points and 10 rebounds, while Karli Meyer and Mary Loosbrock each scored 10 points for the Dragons.
Alyson Drooger had 17 points to lead the Flying Dutchmen (1-2, 1-2), while Katie Hadler had 16 points on the night.
Adrian will face Tracy-Milroy-Balaton Friday night in the T-M-B Holiday Tournament, while Edgerton will host Hills-Beaver Creek the same evening.
Edgerton 27 32 — 59
Adrian 35 35 — 70
PA 56, T-M-B 15
TRACY — Three players scored in double figures to lead Pipestone Area to a non-conference victory Tuesday night.
Megan VanderPoel scored a game-high 17 points to lead PA, while Brooke Woelber (12 points) and Bree Woelber (10) each scored in double figures for the Arrows.
For T-M-B, Shea Lanoue scored seven points, while M’Hesi Haugen had six rebounds.
The Panthers will host a holiday tournament this weekend.
PA 29 27 — 56
T-M-B 11 4 — 15
W-WG 71, ML/B-O 44
BUTTERFIELD — Audra Schmidt scored 17 points, had 15 rebounds and blocked six shots to lead the Chargers to a Red Rock Conference victory Tuesday.
Kassandra Jarmer added 12 points, while Chanel Madson and Kylie Erickson (seven assists) each scored 11 points for Westbrook-Walnut Grove.
Megan Svalland (13 rebounds), Jennie Romsdahl and Brittany Wenner each scored eight points for the Wolverines (0-5, 0-3). Karen Herrig added 12 rebounds for Mountain Lake/Butterfield-Odin.
ML/B-O will travel to Murray County Central Friday night, while W-WG will host Mountain Lake Christian Thursday.
W-WG 41 30 — 71
ML/B-O 23 21 — 44
MCC 76, RL-B 20
SLAYTON — Emily Bose and Colleen Everson combined to score 35 points to lead Murray County Central past Round Lake-Brewster.
Bose scored 19 points, pulled down eight rebounds and blocked four shots, while Everson had 16 points and six rebounds for the Rebels (3-2, 1-2).
Kate Robinson had 11 points, while Kasey Schreiber had nine points. Alyssa Schmidt scored six points and had eight steals for MCC.
For the Raiders, April Wallace scored seven points, while Karen Schmitz and Ceilia Schmitz each scored four points.
MCC will host ML/B-O Friday, while RL-B will host SSC the same evening.
RL-B 10 10 — 20
MCC 43 33 — 76
RV 51, Marshall 44
REDWOOD FALLS — Kelsey Guetter scored 18 points to lead the Redwood Valley Cardinals to a seven-point victory over Marshall in a Southwest Conference game.
Hannah Bitker added 11 points, and Jessica Fischer scored 10 points for the Cardinals (2-3, 1-2), who visit JCC Friday.
Alyssa Christianson and Morgan McKittrick each scored 10 points for Marshall, while Karli Vandeputte scored eight points.
Marshall 17 27 — 44
Redwood 27 24 — 51
Iowa CL 57, WL 29
ROCK RAPIDS, Iowa — Kayla Cuperus scored 12 points, had eight rebounds and seven steals to lead Central Lyon to a 32-point victory against West Lyon Tuesday night.
Abbie Ackerman added 11 points, while Mary Schleusner added 10 points and five steals for the Lions.
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