Friday high school sports roundup:

Boys basketball

SWC 88, Edgerton 51

EDGERTON -- Southwest Christian won convincingly over crosstown rival Edgerton in Friday high school boys basketball.

The Eagles forced 29 Flying Dutchmen turnovers. Jacob Van Dam led the Eagles in scoring. Carter Van Hulzen scored 11, Jacob Raak scored 10, and Micah Schaap scored 10. Eleven total Eagles scored for SWC.

Mason Gilbertson scored 20 points for Edgerton and 14 rebounds. Gabe Gilbertson scored 10, and Jacob Ockenga had seven rebounds.

With the win, Southwest remained unbeaten on the season.

SWC 50 88

Edgerton 31 51

MLA/C 87, Adrian/E 74

MOUNTAIN LAKE -- Senior guard Abraham Stoesz scored 30 for Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey in a Red Rock Conference victory over Adrian/Ellsworth.

Senior forward Sam Paulson scored 18 with 15 rebounds for MLA/C, Ethan Nickel scored 10, Spencer Khamvongsa scored 10, Jordan Toll scored eight, and Jon Faber scored seven. Khamvongsa scored nine assists.

Senior guard Ian Stamer scored 21 for the Dragons, Peyton Lewis scored 21, Grant Jansma scored 11, and Noah Reyne scored 11.

The Wolverines hosts Murray County Central next Tuesday.

MLA/C 42 87

A/E 32 74

WWG 73, RRC 43

LAMBERTON -- Red Rock Central shot just 1-of-21 from 3- point range as the Falcons fell to Red Rock Conference opponent Westbrook-Walnut Grove.

Junior guard Ethan Mischke led the Chargers in points with 21 points. Nathan Ross was the only other Charger in double figures at 12.

Junior center Mason Gode scored 10 points for the Falcons. Senior guards Sam Helmer and Jonah Hansen added eight a piece.

Red Rock Central (5-16) will host undefeated Southwest Christian on Tuesday night.

WWG 41 73

RRC 22 43

Girls basketball

SWC 75, HL-O/F 30

FULDA -- Pressure defense and productive shooting helped Southwest Christian beat Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda.

Jazlynn Prins, who made five 3-point shots, led the Eagles with 20 points. Morgan Pap, who hit three 3-pointers, finished with 15 points. Maren Nerem added 14.

Chrissy Hermeling scored 11 points for HL-O/F. Faith White and Khloe Gehl had five points apiece.

Southwest Christian’s pressure on the HL-O/F guards made it difficult for his team to get much going offensively, said head coach Andrew Oakland.

Southwest Christian 42 75

HL-O/Fulda 21 30

Boys hockey

Dodge County 5, Worthington 1

ROCHESTER -- Dodge County scored in every period en route to a 5-1 win over Worthington. Brody Lamb had two of the five Dodge County goals.

Colby Nickel had the Trojans’ goal. It was assisted by Carlos Garcia and Blake Luinenburg.

WHS head coach was impressed with Dodge County, describing it as a “fast-hard-working team” that took possession of the pucks quickly and confidently.

Worthington will open sectional competition Tuesday at home against Redwood Valley, a team that defeated the Trojans 5-4 in overtime on Feb. 6.

“I think we’re ready to go,” Nienkerk said. “This DC team, they’re a really good team. We did some good things, so I think we’re ready.”

Worthington 0 1 0 -- 1

Dodge County 2 1 2 -- 5

Minnesota River 9, Luverne 6

LUVERNE -- Marshal Dammann scored twice for the Luverne Cardinals, but the Minnesota River offense was too much.

The visitors led 4-2 after two periods, then in a wild third period they outscored the Cards 5-4.

Easton Braun, Mason Steensma, Brock Behrend and Cade Wenninger had the other goals for Luverne, which was out-shot 34-28 in the game.

Minnesota River 1 3 5 -- 9

Luverne 2 0 4 -- 6