PREP GIRLS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Flying Dutchmen have 4 in double digits in 72-61 win over ChargersEDGERTON — Four players scored in double figures for Edgerton, as the Flying Dutchmen knocked off the Westbrook-Walnut Grove Chargers in a Red Rock Conference girls’ basketball game Friday night by a final of 72-61.
By: Daily Globe, Worthington Daily Globe
EDGERTON — Four players scored in double figures for Edgerton, as the Flying Dutchmen knocked off the Westbrook-Walnut Grove Chargers in a Red Rock Conference girls’ basketball game Friday night by a final of 72-61.
Sarah Post led Edgerton (13-7, 10-5) with 23 points and eight rebounds, while Lindsey Drooger totaled 14 points, eight rebounds and six assists.
Tanner Gunnink tallied 12 points for the hosts, followed by Breana Van Dyke with 11 points and three steals.
Anne Woelber had 18 points, 11 rebounds and five assists to lead the Chargers, while Maddie Frank scored 16 points and Paige Erickson totaled 14 points, 10 rebounds and five assists.
Karley Deprez gathered four steals for W-WG (9-10, 6-7), which plays against Mountain Lake/Butterfield-Odin Tuesday in Butterfield.
Edgerton travels to Ivanhoe Monday to face Lincoln HI.
W-WG 22 39 — 61
Edgerton 27 45 — 72
MCC 60, RRC 39
JEFFERS — Red Rock Central held a one-point halftime lead over Murray County Central Friday night, but the Falcons were plagued by foul trouble in the second half as the Rebels turned the deficit into a 21-point victory in the Red Rock Conference.
MCC made 23 of its 31 charity shots in the contest, while RRC had an 11-for-25 effort on free throws.
Jenna Ness and Crystal Van Iperen each scored 16 points to lead the Rebels, while Makenzie Giese added 13 points in the win.
Klarissa Larsen totaled a double-double of 15 points and 11 blocks to go with seven rebounds to lead the Falcons, followed by Melanie Kedl with 12 points, 10 rebounds and two blocks. Cassie Erickson hauled in seven rebounds for the hosts.
RRC (4-16) plays in the back end of a boy-girl doubleheader tonight against Lakeview tonight at Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall.
MCC (11-8) hosts Adrian Monday.
MCC 16 44 — 60
RRC 17 22 — 39
SWC 55, H-BC 39
HILLS — Megan DeRuyter scored 19 points to lead the Southwest Christian Eagles past the Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots in the Red Rock Conference.
Amber Pater added 12 points for the Eagles, while Deidra Vander Woude added 10 points. Vander Woude and Julie Bobb each collected five rebounds for the visitors.
Chelsea Kroon and Haley Van Wyhe each scored eight points for the Patriots, while Meghan Leuthold and Katlyn Sandbulte each pulled down five rebounds.
SWC (16-3) travels to Worthington Monday, while H-BC (2-18) plays at Russell-Tyler-Ruthton the same night.
H-BC 25 14 — 39
SWC 34 21 — 55
JCC 65, PA 44
JACKSON — Whitney Burmeister had 23 points, six rebounds and three steals, Julia Schumann had 13 points and four assists, Angela Handzus had nine points and Marita Rasche had eight rebounds and four assists to lead Jackson County Central (14-8, 7-4) in the Southwest Conference girls’ basketball matchup Friday.
Pipestone Area (10-13, 4-7) was led by Jamie Lentz (10 points) and Amanda Haupert (nine points).
JCC will host St. Peter today and PA will host Marshall Tuesday.
PA 24 20 — 44
JCC 37 28 — 65