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ADRIAN -- On a snowy night, the Adrian Dragons used a pair of hot shooting performances to defeat Windom, 89-58, in a non-conference girls' basketball contest. Karli Meyer scored a game-high 25 points and grabbed 16 rebounds to lead Adrian (12-3), while Erica Thier finished with 24 points to lead the Dragons past Windom (4-11). "We kind of got a little sloppy on defense in the second half and gave them some points in the paint," Adrian head coach Randy Strand said following the game. "But we shot well enough, and we got some easy transition baskets.
ADRIAN -- Even with a 4-game losing streak and a team that nearly hit rock bottom, the Adrian Dragons weren't about to pack it in this season. "We were low; we were down," Adrian head coach Chris Rozell said. "I would say the last game, we played Mountain Lake and got a little better. But I think we hit rock bottom about a week ago, and I was glad to see the kids didn't give up and found some things that are going to work for us." The Dragons (3-4, 5-6) were able to pick themselves up and end their losing streak in a 79-68 boys' Red Rock Conference victory over Fulda Friday night.
WORTHINGTON -- Even with falls from Eric Lease and Julio Casillas, the Worthington Trojan wrestling team came up short in a 52-24 loss to Jackson County Central Thursday night. "I think we had some bright spots and obviously, some areas that we need to work on," Worthington head coach Mark Prunty said.
WORTHINGTON -- There's no place like home for the Minnesota West women's basketball team. For the second game in a row in the friendly confines of the Worthington campus of Minnesota West, the Lady Jays used a barrage of 3-pointers to secure a 79-45 victory over visiting MSCTC-Fergus Falls Wednesday in a MCCC Southern Division contest. "The white uniforms have been good for us," Minnesota West head coach Mike Fury said. "In the division, we've played three good games at home.
WORTHINGTON -- Trailing by 28 points in the second half, the Minnesota West Bluejays appeared to be heading to a blowout defeat. However, behind Eddie Marrs, the Minnesota West men went on a 20-2 run to cut the deficit to just 10 points. But with solid free-throw shooting in the last six minutes, MSCTC-Fergus Falls held on for a 98-96 MCCC Southern Division victory. "We just played with a lot more energy in the second half," Minnesota West head coach Justin Heckenlaible said.
WORTHINGTON -- With a 14-0 run over a span of six minutes in the second half, the Worthington Trojans came away with a 71-65 victory over Mankato West in a critical girls' basketball section game Tuesday night. "This is big," Worthington head coach Eric Lindner said. "This puts us one up on them in the sections, and we're one up on Marshall.
SIBLEY, Iowa -- With just 13 points in the second half, the Sibley-Ocheyedan girls' basketball team lost to Sheldon, 59-42, in a non-conference basketball game Saturday. "We got off to a pretty good start tonight," Sheldon head coach Kris Groff said. "We wanted to go inside early and see if we could get (Sara) Greenfield in foul trouble, and obviously, it worked. I thought we moved the ball extremely well, and we had good position down there." Greenfield (four points) and Jessica Ackerman (eight points) were both in foul trouble most of the night, limiting the Generals (8-6) offensively.
SIBLEY, Iowa -- With an 11-4 run to start the second quarter, the Sibley-Ocheyedan Generals ran away from Sheldon, 69-52, Saturday in a non-conference boys' basketball game. S-O had an 11-3 advantage at the free throw line and had three players in double figures to claim the 17-point victory. Even though Sheldon's (6-7) Matt De Jong (eight points, six assists) got the Orabs on the board first, Ross Wiersma (16 points, eight rebounds) answered right back for the Generals (7-5).
WORTHINGTON -- Behind four forfeits and four pins, the Pipestone Area Arrows defeated Worthington, 54-18, in a wrestling dual Thursday. "When you are giving up 24 points, it is going to be very, very difficult to come out on top in the dual," Worthington head coach Mark Prunty said. "So, you look at the individual matches and how they wrestled, and you look at the spirit on the bench. We're continuing to improve and get better." PA picked up forfeit points at 125, 152, 171 and 189 pounds en route to the lopsided victory.
WORTHINGTON -- The Pipestone Area Arrows drew first blood during Tuesday night's game between two Southwest Conference heavyweights. However, the Worthington Trojans delivered the final blow to claim an 81-75 victory in girl's action. The Trojans, ranked No. 5 in Class 3A, fell behind 8-0 early as PA's Faith Tinklenberg scored five points in the first three minutes to give the Arrows (3-1, 7-2) the lead. "I was thinking that we were OK, but I think the kids were thinking that 'here we go again,'" Worthington head coach Eric Lindner said.