Tuesday sports roundup: RRC boys basketball team stops Madelia
LAMBERTON -- Red Rock Central had three boys finish with double-digit points, as it eased by Madelia Tuesday night in high school boys basketball. Spencer Halland had a double-double and near triple-double going off for 18 points, 13 rebounds, and eight assists. Sam Hansen scored 17, and Brady Rasmussen scored 14 points. RRC out-rebounded Madelia 16-3 offensively.
The Blackhawks’ top scorer was Logan Anderson with 10 points.
The Falcons were one for one on free throws, while Madelia struggled going two for seven.RRC 35 64Madelia 20 44South O’Brien 60, H-LP 46
LAKE PARK, Iowa -- Harris-Lake Park was unable to keep up with the visiting South O’Brien Wolverines, which never ended a quarter behind.
The Wolverines were led by senior Carson Louscher who scored 23 points, and senior Peyton Brasser with 18.
H-LP’s top scorer was Bubba Sohn who had 17 points. Bret Sohn scored eight points, pulled down nine rebounds and had three assists.
H-LP shot well from three making nine of 26.
South O’Brien made 18 free throws, while H-LP only made six.H-LP 8 22 33 46South O’Brien 16 32 46 60 K-M-S 59, T-M-B 54
TRACY — Moses Folan scored a game-high 22 points — with 12 of them coming on 3-point field goals — but the Panthers fell at home to Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg.
Fritz Landherr added 10 points for Tracy-Milroy-Balaton, while Ryan Fogelson led the Panthers on the boards with six rebounds.
For K-M-S, Regan Carlson had a team-best 16 points and Weston Gjerde added 13. Ethan Hauge had 12 points while pulling down 16 rebounds. K-M-S outrebounded T-M-B, 37-22.KMS 32 59TMB 27 54PA 84, Luverne 60
LUVERNE — Carter Colemer’s 19 points led four Arrows players in double-figure scoring, and PA cruised to a victory over the Cardinals.
Tyl Woelber added 13 points for the Arrows, while teammates Josh Tinklenberg contributed 11 points and Braeden Rieck had 10.
For Luverne, Eli Haugom led the way with 15 points and six rebounds. Cole Claussen chipped in with 11 points, and Brayden Jacobsma had 10.PA 47 84Luverne 31 60 Spirit Lake 84, Adrian 46
ADRIAN -- Spirit Lake ran away with its away game against Adrian. Spirit Lake had three boys score double digit points; Owen Coburn had 26 points, Alex Van Dyke had 18, and Frankie Ramos had 13. Nine players in total scored points for Spirit Lake.
The Dragons top scorers were Ryan Wieneke with 13 points, and Mitchell Veld with nine points. Eight players in total scored points for Adrian.
Both teams shot eight free throws, Spirit Lake made seven, and Adrian made six.
Spirit Lake shot well, making 63 percent of its field goals, going 36 of 57, while Adrian struggled making 36 percent, and going 16 of 44 on field goals.Spirit Lake 40 84Adrian 26 46GIRLS BASKETBALLSWC 82, RRC 38
EDGERTON -- Red Rock Central ran out of gas in the second half against Southwest Minnesota Christian, as they scored just 15 points.
The Eagles were dominate having three girls score in double digits. Sophomore Jazlynn Prin scored 17 points and also had eight steals, Sydney Van Hulzen scored 11 points and had seven rebounds, and Hannah Nerem scored 10 points and had five rebounds.
SWC shot 52 percent on its two-point attempts.
The Falcons had one girl score double digit points in Vanessa Kedl who scored 12 points.RRC 23 38SWMC 36 82H-BC 65, MCC 40
HILLS -- Kourtney Rozeboom led Hills-Beaver Creek to a victory by scoring 26 points, and pulling down eight rebounds. Grace Bundesen also scored in double digits for H-BC with 11 points.
Murray County Central’s lone scorer in double digits was Riley Schmitz with 11 points.
The Patriots out rebounded the Rebels 39 to 24. HBC also outshot MCC from two, H-BCshot 29 of 66, and MCC shot 15 of 68.HBC 30 65MCC 20 40JCC 67, RV 61
JACKSON -- Jackson County Central was able to fend off Redwood Valley for a home victory. The Huskies had four girls finish with double digit points. Alaina Wolff scored 15, Kailey Koep scored 14, Melissa Brandt scored 13 and Molly Brinkman scored 13.
The Cardinals had three girls in double digit scoring. Freshman Haley Garman scored 17, Sydney Sommers scored 16 and Nicole Stoen scored 16.
JCC made 25 of 32 free throws, and RV made 7 of 10 free throws.JCC 25 67RV 22 61W-WG 66, HL-O 62 (OT)
WESTBROOK -- Freshman Bethany Byers hit two big shots in overtime and Grace Woelber hit two key free throws as Westbrook-Walnut Grove topped Heron Lake-Okabena.
Woelber finished with 21 points and six assists, and Byers had 16 points. Camryn Bunting had 16 rebounds and five steals to go along with her nine points.
Kiana Leighty and Tessla Crowell both had 14 points for HL-O. Hailey Liepold had 12 and Taylor Johanning had 10.HL-O 30 57 62W-WG 22 57 66Edgerton 59, Fulda 27
FULDA -- Chynna Berning scored 13 points and Madison Heard scored 12 as Edgerton beat a cold-shooting Fulda team.
Evany Luna had nine points and seven rebounds for Fulda, and teammate McKenzie Evers scored seven.Edgerton 33 59Fulda 13 27MLA 49, Ellsworth 29
MOUNTAIN LAKE -- Leading by just two points at halftime, the Mountain Lake Area man-to-man defense stepped it up in the second half, holding Ellsworth to just 10 points.
Taylor Naas finished with 19 points to lead the MLA offense. Margo Stoesz had nine points and five rebounds.
Kallie Chapa had 11 points and Ashlyn Meester 10 points for Ellsworth.Ellsworth 19 29Mountain Lake Area 21 49
Spirit Lake 49, Adrian 40
ADRIAN -- Spirit Lake won the first half, Adrian won the second half. But Spirit Lake won the game.
Emily Alger scored 14 points to lead the visitors to victory over the Dragons, and Brooke Harrington scored 12.
Paige Bullerman tallied 14 points for Addrian and Hannah Bullerman had nine.
Spirit Lake 30 49
Adrian 14 40GIRLS HOCKEYLuverne 7, Fairmont 0
FAIRMONT -- Emilie Bartels stopped each of the 14 shots she saw to pitch a shutout for Luverne.
Claire Baustian scored three times for LHS and Shelby Kracht added two more in the victory. Rozilyn Oye finished with three assists, while Kamryn VanBatavia had a goal and two assists. Reghan Bork added a goal for Luverne. Rylee Gee, Baustian and Bork each had an assist.Luverne 2 5 0 -- 7 Fairmont 0 0 0 -- 0Mankato West 5, Windom Area 3
MANKATO -- Molly Boyum scored twice and Ellyson Bang added a goal for Windom Area in a loss against Mankato West.
McKenna Krosch scored twice and had two assists for the Scarlets, while Courtney Bloemke had a goal and three assists for MW.
Emily Steen made 36 saves in net for the Eagles.Windom Area 1 2 0 -- 3Mankato West 1 2 2 -- 5