Prep basketball roundup: Windom rallies past Redwood Valley, 62-58REDWOOD FALLS —Trailing 25-14 at halftime Saturday night, the Windom Eagles rallied to claim a 62-58 road victory against Redwood Valley in a Southwest Conference girls’ basketball game.
REDWOOD FALLS —Trailing 25-14 at halftime Saturday night, the Windom Eagles rallied to claim a 62-58 road victory against Redwood Valley in a Southwest Conference girls’ basketball game.
Chelsea Garrison scored 14 points to lead Windom, while Makenzie Lovell had 12 points and eight rebounds.
Alii Holt (nine rebounds) and Lindsay Elston (eight assists) each scored 11 points, while Courtney Ysker added eight points, eight rebounds, three steals and three assists.
Windom (7-7, 3-3), which has won five games in a row, will host Adrian today.
Windom 14 48 — 62
RV 25 33 — 58
Fulda 60, Ellsworth 28
FULDA — Nine different players scored to lead Fulda to its second consecutive Red Rock Conference victory.
Lane Gehl scored a game-high 17 points and grabbed six rebounds for Fulda (7-5, 5-2), which had a 28-15 lead at halftime.
Amy Paulzine added 12 points and 10 rebounds, while Mari Holinka scored 10 points and had 12 rebounds.
Brittany Hulstein added nine points for the Raiders, who will travel to Red Rock Central Thursday.
Brooke Kix led Ellsworth with 11 points.
Ellsworth 15 13 — 28
Fulda 28 32 — 60
Adrian 74, McCook Central 52
GARRETSON, S.D. — Karli Meyer was one of three Dragons to score in double figures to lead Adrian to a victory at the Border Clash Saturday.
Meyer scored 21 points and had 12 rebounds to lead Adrian (11-0), while Sam Lynn had 17 points and eight assists.
Erica Thier scored 16 points, had six assists and four steals for the Dragons, who travel to Windom today in a non-conference contest.
Adrian 46 28 — 74
McCook 31 21 — 52
Canby 69, SSC 52
Marshall — Riley Nordgaard, a 5-9 freshman guard, rattled the nets for 34 points Saturday afternoon, leading Canby to a 17-point victory over Southwest Star Concept in a non-conference girls’ basketball game at Southwest Minnesota State University.
Nordgaard scored 15 points in the first half, helping the Lancers (12-2) build a 37-27 lead.
SSC’s Luanna Henkels scored all 12 of her points in that first half, as the Quasars (7-6) rallied with an 18-8 run in the last six minutes before intermission.
Early in the second half, SSC cut Canby’s lead to 39-31, but the Lancers reclaimed a double-figure lead and won their 12th game of the season.
Katey Granstra scored 10 points in the second half and finished with 16 to lead SSC, while also claiming 11 rebounds and blocking four shots.
Henkels and Betsy Voehl (five points) each dished off five assists for the Quasars, who host Martin Luther tonight.
SSC 27 25 — 52
Canby 37 32 — 69
WL 52, H-BC 39
INWOOD, Iowa — Heather Kerner scored 15 points and had seven rebounds for Hills-Beaver Creek in a loss to West Lyon.
Natalie Stueven added eight points for the Patriots, who will travel to Murray County Central Thursday.
H-BC 12 27 — 39
WL 25 27 — 52
Boys Canby 56, SSC 52
MARSHALL — William Cranston scored 19 points and pulled down eight rebounds to lead Southwest Star Concept Saturday, but Canby proved too much in a four-point victory.
Ben Scheevel added 13 points, while Alex Collin scored seven key points off the bench for the Quasars (5-2).
Canby had a 10-point lead with 13 minutes remaining in the game, but Cranston and Collin scored 16 of SSC’s next 17 points and cut the lead to four points, 52-48, with 1:30 remaining.
However, Canby was able to hold on to the victory.
SSC will travel to Ellsworth in a Red Rock Conference game Tuesday.
SSC 24 28 — 52
Canby 31 25 — 56
RV 88, Windom 64
REDWOOD FALLS — Mike Felt couldn’t miss.
Connecting on 8 of 10 shots from behind the arc, Felt scored a game-high 41 points to lead the Cardinals to a Southwest Conference victory Saturday.
As a team, RV finished 17 of 32 from 3-point range, while making 15 shots from inside the arc.
Sam Knudsen added 17 points for RV.
For Windom (6-5, 3-3), Travis Mattson scored 24 points, while Jake Holt added 20 points and six rebounds.
The Eagles will have a small break before traveling to Worthington Thursday.
Windom 33 31 — 64
RV 41 74 — 88
Adrian 79, Dell Rapids 55
GARRETSON, S.D. — Nate Reyne scored 18 points and pulled down nine rebounds to lead Adrian to a 24-point victory at the Border Clash Saturday.
Adam Diekmann added 15 points and four assists, while Brian Tjepkes had 15 points, 10 rebounds and four assists.
Jesse Brake had nine rebounds and four assists, while Jordon Kontz had six assists and four steals.
The Dragons (6-2) will host Mountain Lake/Butterfield-Odin Tuesday.
Adrian 45 34 — 79
Dell Rapids 29 26 — 55
H-BC 69, West Lyon 57
INWOOD, Iowa — Leading by six points at halftime, the Hills-Beaver Creek boys’ basketball team outscored West Lyon 33-27 in the second half for a 12-point victory.
Halden Van Wyhe (four assists) scored 23 points to lead the Patriots (7-4), while Andrew Scholten had 12 points, 11 rebounds and dished out four assists. Colton Bass added five steals, while Karic Wiertzema had four assists
H-BC will travel to Southwest Christian Tuesday.
H-BC 36 33 — 69
WL 30 27 — 57
Iowa S-O 72, Sheldon 61
SHELDON, Iowa — Sam Kruger scored 21 points to lead Sibley-Ocheyedan to a victory Saturday.
Matt Juber and Marshall Doeden each scored 15 points for the Generals in the victory.