PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Wolves survive third-quarter scareLAKE PARK, Iowa — Despite being outscored 17-3 in the third quarter, the Harris-Lake Park girls’ basketball team earned a 44-33 non-conference victory against Storm Lake St. Mary’s Thursday night.
LAKE PARK, Iowa — Despite being outscored 17-3 in the third quarter, the Harris-Lake Park girls’ basketball team earned a 44-33 non-conference victory against Storm Lake St. Mary’s Thursday night.
Christin Larson scored 12 points and had eight rebounds and four steals for the Wolves (6-12), while Deni Peters added nine points.
Jena Peters scored eight points, and pulled down 11 rebounds and dished out six assists for the Wolves, who had a 12-2 lead after the first quarter.
Anna Brandt scored seven points and had three assists for H-LP, which will host Ventura tonight.
SLSM 2 7 17 7 — 33
H-LP 12 11 3 18 — 44
JCC 78, RV 57
JACKSON — Ashley Kruse scored 19 points to lead Jackson County Central to a 21-point Southwest Conference victory.
Leslie Handzus added 14 points, six rebounds, eight assists and three steals for the Huskies (17-4, 7-2).
Brooke Burmeister scored 12 points and pulled down eight rebounds, while Whitney Burmeister had five rebounds and five assists.
Kelsey Guetter scored 22 points, giving her 1,000 in her career, for the Cardinals.
Laura Houghton added 11 points for RV.
JCC, which outrebounded RV 40-26, will travel to St. Peter Saturday.
RV 28 29 — 57
JCC 38 40 — 78
SWC 77, H-BC 44
HILLS — Three different players had double-doubles to lead Southwest Christian to a Red Rock Conference victory against Hills-Beaver Creek.
Kara Van Dyke had 17 points and 10 rebounds for the Eagles (13-4, 10-2), while Abby Hanenburg scored 11 points and pulled down 11 rebounds. Jada Vander Veen was the third SWC player to record a double-double with her 10-point, 10-rebound performance.
Brianna Spronk scored a game-high 18 points to go along with four assists, while Kayla Broekhuis added four assists.
Heather Kerner scored 13 points and had eight rebounds for H-BC (1-16, 1-12), while Jayme Plimpton had 12 points, five assists and four steals.
SWC will host Edgerton Public Tuesday, while H-BC will host Lincoln HI Monday night.
SWC 48 29 — 77
H-BC 17 27 — 44
SSC 56, Ellsworth 34
ELLSWORTH — Southwest Star Concept snapped a seven-game losing streak in a 22-point victory against host Ellsworth.
Erika Post scored a game-high 15 points for SSC (8-11, 6-6), while Betsy Voehl scored 10 points and dished out three assists.
Katey Granstra scored nine points to go along with nine rebounds, three blocks and three assists.
Michaela Rasche added four assists for SSC, which had a 19-12 lead at halftime.
Brooke Kix scored nine points to lead the Panthers (7-11, 4-8), while eighth-grader Amber Walkowiak scored eight second-half points.
Darian Herman added eight points and five rebounds, while Abby Drenth had three rebounds and four steals for the Panthers, who travel to Remsen St. Mary’s Saturday.
SSC hosts Westbrook-Walnut Grove Tuesday.
SSC 19 37 — 56
Ellsworth 12 22 — 34
Edgerton 66, W-WG 54
WESTBROOK — Alyson Drooger and Katie Hadler combined to score 51 of Edgerton’s 66 points in a Red Rock Conference victory against Westbrook-Walnut Grove.
Drooger scored 29 points to go along with nine rebounds, seven assists and three steals. Hadler added 22 points and 12 rebounds for the Flying Dutchmen (10-7, 7-5).
Audra Schmidt scored 19 points, pulled down 11 rebounds and had four steals for the Chargers (8-10, 3-9).
Kylie Erickson added 14 points, while Kassandra Jarmer had 14 rebounds.
Edgerton travels to face crosstown foe Southwest Christian Tuesday, while W-WG plays at Southwest Star Concept the same evening.
Edgerton 33 33 — 66
W-WG 29 25 — 54
RL-B 44, ML/B-O 30
BUTTERFIELD — Taking advantage of Mountain Lake/Butterfield-Odin’s poor shooting, Round Lake-Brewster won its second conference game of the season Thursday night.
Karen Schmitz led RL-B (5-13, 2-10) with 13 points, while Chelsea Meyer had nine points, seven rebounds and five assists.
Katy Johnson had seven rebounds, and April Wallace had four steals for the Raiders, who had a 25-12 lead at halftime.
Brittany Wenner scored a team-high 10 points and pulled down five rebounds for the Wolverines (1-19, 1-12), who shot 6 of 64 from the field.
Macy Svalland added five points, while Karen Herrig had eight rebounds for ML/B-O, which was 16 of 24 at the free-throw line.
ML/B-O will travel to Red Rock Central Tuesday, while RL-B hosts Ellsworth Tuesday.
RL-B 25 19 — 44
ML/B-O 12 18 — 30
Canby 55, T-M-B 37
CANBY — Roxy Ryan scored a team-high 15 points and pulled down four rebounds to lead Tracy-Milroy-Balaton, but Canby was too much in an 18-point victory.
Alyssa Becker added nine points for the Panthers (1-19), who trailed 23-16 at halftime.
M’Hesi Haugen had four assists for T-M-B, which hosts Central Minnesota Christian Monday.
T-M-B 16 21 — 37
Canby 23 32 — 55
Boys MCC 66, RL-B 61 2OT
ROUND LAKE — Each team had opportunities at the end of regulation and the first overtime, but it was free throws thta sealed Murray County Central’s five-point, double-overtime victory against Round Lake-Brewster.
Tied at 52-all after the end of regulation and 58 after the first overtime, the Rebels outscored the Raiders 8-3 in the second overtime for the five-point victory.
Dillon Hansen had a stellar game for the Raiders (1-14, 0-10), scoring 28 points and grabbing 22 rebounds in the game.
Jeremy Nelson scored 16 points, while Tyler Olson had six rebounds and five assists.
Kyle DeLong scored 18 points and dished out four assists for MCC (5-11, 4-7), while Eric Wieneke had 15 points and seven rebounds.
Mark Bau added 13 points for the Rebels, who had a 27-20 lead at halftime.
MCC hosts Edgerton today, while RL-B travels to Southwest Christian tonight.
MCC 27 25 6 8 — 66
RL-B 20 32 6 3 — 61
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