PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Chargers earn road win over RL-BROUND LAKE — Chanel Madson continued her hot shooting Monday night, ripping the net for a game-high 28 points as Westbrook-Walnut Grove defeated Round Lake-Brewster 65-58 in a girls’ basketball game.
By: Daily Globe, Worthington Daily Globe
ROUND LAKE — Chanel Madson continued her hot shooting Monday night, ripping the net for a game-high 28 points as Westbrook-Walnut Grove defeated Round Lake-Brewster 65-58 in a girls’ basketball game.
Madson added six assists for the Chargers, who were off a last-second victory in Saturday’s game against Red Rock Central.
Anne Woelber added 10 rebounds for W-WG (9-7, 7-6), which had a 34-28 lead at halftime.
Karley Deprez added seven rebounds, while Molly Jarmer had six steals. Paige Erickson had five steals for W-WG, which will face Mountain Lake/Butterfield-Odin tonight.
RL-B (3-13, 2-10) was led by Sarah Baumgard’s 21 points and 10 rebounds.
Olivia Stanton added 13 points and 15 rebounds, while Kailey Wendland had 11 rebounds for the Raiders, who had 25 offensive and 52 total rebounds in the game. However, the free-throw line wasn’t kind to RL-B in a 9-for-21 effort.
The Raiders will travel to Murray County Central tonight in a girl/boy doubleheader.
W-WG 34 31 — 65
RL-B 28 30 — 58
Adrian 53, Luverne 40
LUVERNE — Aided by a 25-12 rebounding advantage, Adrian outscored Luverne 27-15 in the second half en route to a 13-point victory.
Karli Meyer scored a game-high 18 points and had seven rebounds, while Austyn Thier added 11 points and seven rebounds.
Sydne Springman scored 10 points, while Hailee Heitkamp dished out a team-best seven assists for Adrian (17-3), which led 26-25 at halftime.
Katlyn Sawtelle scored 12 points and had nine steals to lead Luverne.
Adrian will travel to Edgerton tonight, while the Cardinals will visit Worthington.
Adrian 26 27 — 53
Luverne 25 15 — 40
MCC 73, ML/B-O 50
SLAYTON — Four players scored in double figures for Murray County Central in its Red Rock Conference victory.
Abby Van Meveren led the way with 20 points, while Jenna Ness added 12 points.
Kelsey Lewis added 11 points and eight steals, while Makenzie Giese scored 10 points for MCC (10-5, 8-3), which led 35-23 at halftime.
Crystal Van Iperen added seven rebounds for the Rebels, who host Round Lake-Brewster tonight.
Janessa Peters scored 15 points to lead the Wolverines, while Sada Kliewer added seven points.
ML/B-O 23 27 — 50
MCC 35 38 — 73
T-M-B 74, D-B 61
TRACY — The Panthers made as many free throws as 3-pointers in a Camden Conference victory.
Tracy-Milroy-Balaton was 10 for 12 from the line and made 10 3s in the game.
Dominic Dolan scored 20 points to lead the Panthers (16-1) to go along with 12 rebounds and three steals.
Joe Hook scored 17 points and had four steals, while Shane Erickson had 12 points.
James Fultz scored 11 for T-M-B, which had a 43-30 lead at halftime.
Zach Stelter scored 22 points for the Blackjacks.
The Panthers will host Lincoln HI in a girl/boy doubleheader on Thursday.
D-B 30 31 — 61
T-M-B 43 31 — 74
G-LR 58, Fulda 43
GEORGE, Iowa — Ethan Van Briesen scored a game-high 23 points as George-Little Rock earned a 15-point victory.
Van Briesen added seven rebounds for the Mustangs (9-10), who turned a 16-14 lead at the end of the first quarter into a 30-22 advantage at halftime.
Jeff Wagenaar scored eight points and had four assists, while Eric Schilling and Matt Nagel (nine rebounds) each scored seven points.
Matthew Appel scored 22 points to lead Fulda, while Rob Kuhl added eight.
G-LR will host Central Lyon tonight, while the Raiders will travel to Southwest Christian on Thursday.
Fulda 14 8 12 9 — 43
G-LR 16 14 17 11 — 58
Minneota 78, Edgerton 56
EDGERTON — Shane Hennen scored 42 points as Minneota earned a non-conference victory against Edgerton.
Zac Corbin added 17 points for the Vikings (13-5), who led 39-26 at halftime.
Tanner DeKam scored 17 points to lead Edgerton (3-9), while Johnny Menning had five steals.
Edgerton will travel to Adrian tonight.
Minneota 39 39 — 78
Edgerton 26 30 — 56
S-O 61, Okoboji 37
SIBLEY, Iowa — Leading by five points heading into the fourth quarter, the Generals outscored Okoboji 22-3 in the final eight minutes in a 24-point victory.
Brett Doeden had a game-high 17 points and pulled down 10 rebounds to lead Sibley-Ocheyedan.
Ryan Soat added 11 points and six rebounds, while Caleb Hartwig scored 10 points.
Troy Schmidt had nine rebounds for S-O.
James Halbur scored 14 points to lead Okoboji.
The Generals (10-9) will host Boyden-Hull tonight.
Okoboji 9 11 14 3 — 37
S-O 15 12 12 22 — 61
ML/B-O 57, Adrian 45
ADRIAN — Beau Herrig scored 22 points as Mountain Lake/Butterfield-Odin earned a Red Rock Conference victory.
Carter Kirk added 12 points, while Cody Penner scored nine for the Wolverines (11-5), who led 34-22 at halftime.
Kyle Kilgore scored 22 points, pulled down six rebounds and had five steals to lead Adrian. Tyler Hornstein added 10 points for the Dragons, who host Edgerton tonight.
ML/B-O 34 23 — 57
Adrian 22 23 — 45
MLC 44, SSC 33
OKABENA — Utilizing an 8-0 run to start the second half and then finishing the game with a 10-4 surge, Mountain Lake Christian earned an 11-point victory over Southwest Star Concept in non-conference boys’ basketball action.
Balanced scoring and aggressive defense were among the key for the Bears (10-4), who had six players score between four and 11 points.
Jordan Holmen scored 11 points for MLC and teamed with Taylor Klassen (four assists, three steals) to apply scrambling defensive pressure on the Quasars most of the game.
Josiah Stoez and Micah Bargen scored 10 and nine points, respectively, and both did a strong job on the boards for the Bears.
Jameson Collin scored 14 points and claimed 15 rebounds — each game-highs — for the Quasars (7-7), while Sean Haberman (six points) connected on a pair of second-half 3-pointers which rallied SSC twice in the game’s final 12 minutes.
Austin Liepold (six rebounds), Alex Meyer (three steals, two assists) and Andrew Kramer (five points, five rebounds) also contributed for SSC, which shot just 35 percent from the line (six-of-17).
The Quasars travel to play Westbrook-Walnut Grove Thursday night.
ML Christian 17 27 — 44
SSC 20 13 — 33
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