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Prep girls basketball: Pipestone Area gets conference win; Tracy-Milroy-Balaton takes second loss

JACKSON — Shooting 47 percent from the field, Pipestone Area defeated Jackson County Central by a comfortable margin in a Big South Conference clash.

Rachel Skyberg scored 18 points, Alexis Evans had 12 and Morgyn Carson 10 for the Arrows, who moved their season record to 17-1. Skyberg had seven assists to go along with her game-high scoring effort while also getting seven rebounds. Evans had 12 rebounds and Mackenzie Haroldson had eight.

Hunter Wrightson scored 14 points for JCC. Alaina Wolf added 11.

Pipestone Area 31 65

JCC 24 38

Montevideo 62, T-M-B 49

MARSHALL — The Tracy-Milroy-Balaton Panthers suffered their second loss of the season at the hands of the Montevideo Eagles Saturday.

Only down two at the break, T-M-B got outscored by Montevideo 36-25 in the second half to take the loss.

The Panthers had three players eclipse the double-digit scoring mark. Evy Dolan paced T-M-B with 15 points, followed by Sydney Lanoue with 12, and Kaylee Kirk with 11. Dolan also crashed the boards well, pulling in 10 rebounds.

Nikki Erickson dropped a game-high 17 to lead the Eagles.

T-M-B goes to 17-2 on the season and will face off against YME today in Tracy.

Montevideo 26 62

T-M-B 24 49

LqPV 49, WA 38

MARSHALL — Windom Area suffered its eighth straight loss Saturday in a nonconference battle with Lac qui Parle Valley at Southwest Minnesota State University.

The Eagles trailed by 11 at halftime and were unable to make up that margin.

Windom Area (4-17 overall, 2-8 Big South) will try to get things turned around at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Redwood Valley.

WA 18 38

LqPV 29 49

Minneota 66, Fulda 50

FULDA — After picking up its fourth victory of the season on Thursday, Fulda found itself on the losing end of a nonconference contest Saturday.

Minneota had just little bit more than the Raiders as it handed the home team a 66-50 defeat.

The Raiders (4-17 overall, 2-9 Red Rock Conference) will look to bounce back tonight against Mountain Lake Area.

Boyden-Hull 74, S-O 49

HULL, Iowa — Baily Ten Haken scored 19 points, Kaylee Anderson had 18 and Chaelor Koolstra had 10 as Boyden-Hull beat up on Sibley-Ocheyedan.

Anderson had 10 rebounds and Adrianna De Jongh had eight more as B-H out-rebounded the Generals 39-16.

Jill Berkland scored 18 points for Sibley-Ocheyedan. Megan Grimes and Toni Lonneman each had nine.

S-O 13 30 41 49

Boyden-Hull 16 36 57 74

Hinton 54, H-LP 34

HINTON, Iowa — Kailey Burke, a 5-10 junior, scored 30 points as Hinton defeated Harris-Lake Park.

Freshman Taylor Meyer scored 11 points for the Wolves.

The H-LP Wolves will look to get back on the winning track this Tuesday against St. Mary’s Remsen.