Friday sports roundup: H-BC girls stay unbeaten
Friday night high school sports roundup:
HILLS -- Hills-Beaver Creek held off Red Rock Conference opponent Red Rock Central Friday night to remain undefeated in girls basketball action.
The Patriots started out hot, going on a 14-0 first half run. The Falcons were unable to complete the second half comeback.
Taryn Rauk scored 14 points for H-BC, while teammates Sidney Fick and Grace Bundesen scored 11 points each.
Kaitlyn Rindfleisch scored 13 for RRC, and freshman Karli Arkell scored 12.H-BC 31 50RRC 14 43Ellsworth 59, W-WG 49
WESTBROOK -- Ashlyn Meester had a career game, scoring a game-high 37 points for Ellsworth as the Panthers beat Westbrook-Walnut Grove by 10.
Lizzie Chapa scored eight point for the Panthers, while Morgan Dressen and Sierra Smith scored five points each.
Grace Woelber scored a team-high 23 points for the Chargers. Brittany Erickson scored 10 points, and Camryn Bunting scored an additional seven points.
Ellsworth improves to 3-7, and 1-6 in the conference.Ellsworth 27 59W-WG 19 49 MCC 58, Adrian 41
ADRIAN -- Murray County Central had three girls score double digits in a victory over Adrian. Montana Beckmann led the Rebels in scoring with 14, Indes Rios Rus scored 12, and Sam Larson scored 11. Abby Hamman had eight points for MCC.
Bailey Lonneman scored a game-high 15 points for the Dragons. Avery Balster had four assists and four rebounds.
MCC had 18 steals and 36 rebounds, while the Dragons had 11 steals and 22 rebounds.MCC 27 58Adrian 17 41LCWM 72, JCC 64
JACKSON -- Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial pulled away late in what had been a close game.
Alexis Cloyd led the winners with 23 points while Lakesha Carter had 16, Reese Goeringer 14 and Olivia Harazin 10.
For Jackson County Central, Sadie Voss scored 21 points. Melissa Brandt scored 16 and Alaina Wolff 13.LCWM 31 72JCC 31 64MLA/C 78, Edgerton 38
MOUNTAIN LAKE -- Margo Stoesz scored 15 points and had five assists to help Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey subdue Edgerton Public. Kirsten Myers added 12 points and Lexi Toll had 10 points and five rebounds.
Addison Fleischman scored 11 points for Edgerton.Edgerton 13 38MLA/C 45 78BOYS BASKETBALLHL-O 69, G-E 57
OKABENA -- Twelve players hit the scoring column for Heron Lake-Okabena in a victory over Glenville-Emmons.
Eli Fest scored 15 of his game-high 19 points in the second half, including draining a trio of timely 3-pointers. Fest also snagged 10 rebounds and dealt five assists.
Lee Gunther had 10 points and seven rebounds, Brandon Hinkeldey had eight points and five assists, and Dylan Nelson had seven rebounds for the Wildcats.
Dawson Dahlum scored 22 points to lead Glenville-Emmons while Bret Belshan had 10.G-E 20 57HL-O 26 69H-BC 70, RRC 45
HILLS -- Preston Wilhelmi scored 21 points, 15 of which came from beyond the arc, for Hills-Beaver Creek in a victory over Red Rock Central.
Wilhelmi had eight rebounds and four steals to go with his shooting prowess. Jax Wysong had a double-double, scoring a game-high 23 points and grabbing 10 rebounds.
Spencer Halland led the Falcons in scoring with 20 points.H-BC 49 70RRC 24 45G-LR 56, Central Lyon 39
ROCK RAPIDS, Iowa -- George-Little Rock improved to 11-1 on the season in a victory over host Central Lyon. Blake Johnson and Caleb Terhark both scored 13 points and Payton Mauldin had 11.
Terhark grabbed 10 rebounds and Mauldin came down with eight.
Cole Hoogendoorn scored eight points to lead Central Lyon.
G-LR out-rebounded the home team 27-14 and hit 49 percent of its shots from the field compared to Central Lyon’s 32 percent.G-LR 11 20 35 56Central Lyon 12 21 29 39