Monday high school sports roundup:
JCC 90, Maple River 57
JACKSON -- The Jackson County Central girls high school basketball team not only breezed past visiting Maple River 90-57, on Monday -- they set milestones along the way.
Maci Farmer scored 31 points and tied a school record with seven 3-point shots, which matched another seven 3’s that she made in a game last season. And teammate Sadie Voss tallied 23 points, which allowed her to reach the 1,000-point career mark.
Farmer and Voss also performed well in other areas besides scoring. Farmer had 12 rebounds and three steals in the game. And Voss had eight rebounds and five assists.
Rylie Cother, an eighth-grader, scored 15 points for JCC, and another Huskie, Regan Farmer, scored 10.
Claire McGregor led Maple River with 22 points.
Maple River 28 57
JCC 50 90
Windom Area 64, Luverne 60 (OT)
WINDOM -- Windom Area had to go overtime to thwart Big South Conference rival Luverne. The two squads were deadlocked 54-54 at the end of regulation.
Kait Huska scored six of her 21 points in the overtime period for the Eagles, on a pair of 3-point shots. Allison Letcher scored 13 points and Delaney Smith nine.
Elizabeth Wagner scored 22 points, Christina Wagner 12 and Averill Sehr 11 for Luverne.
Luverne 22 54 60
Windom Area 29 54 64
PA 76, Windom Area 69 (OT)
PIPESTONE -- Seth Lingen of Pipestone Area hit a 3-point shot at the buzzer to send the game into overtime, and the Arrows finally won by seven.
Aaron Lingen led the winners with 25 points, which included 20 points in the second half. Seth Lingen had 14, Kaden Musch 13 and Dawson Kellen 10.
Five players scored in double figures for Windom Area. They were Austin Doorenbos with 15, Dylan Serreyn 14, Abe McKibben 13, Connor Redman 12 and Henry Erickson 11.
Windom Area 28 64 69
Pipestone Area 23 64 76
MCC 67, H-BC 38
HILLS -- The tide was turned in Hills Monday night as the Murray County Central Rebels, who were beaten by Hills-Beaver Creek 63-35 in January, rolled to a 67-38 victory over the Patriots in their boys basketball rematch.
Colton Mitchell scored 15 points for MCC, and teammates Dylan Johnson and Nate Kleven added 12 points apiece.
Cole Baker had 10 points for H-BC.
The Rebels converted five 3-point shots on the night in improving to 6-4 on the season.
MCC 30 67
H-BC 17 38
HL-O/F 79, A/E 50
FULDA -- Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda moved to 9-3 overall and 9-2 in the Red Rock Conference with a solid win over Adrian/Ellsworth.
The Coyotes, who handed Southwest Minnesota Christian its first setback of the season last Friday, got 26 points, six rebounds and four assists from Eli Fest, 17 points from Sawyer Drent, and 10 points from Carter Drent.
Carter had all his 10 points in the first half as HL-O/F assumed a 33-24 lead at intermission.
Adrian/Ellsworth 24 50
HL-O/F 33 79
W-WG 60, MLA/C 45
MOUNTAIN LAKE -- Hunter Lien scored 15 points to lead Westbrook-Walnut Grove past Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey. Ethan Mischke and Cole Vande Wiele scored 11 and 10 points, respectively, for the Chargers.
Colby Kremmin had 14 points and Jordan Toll 13 for MLA/C. Toll also had 10 rebounds.
W-WG 32 60
MLA/C 22 45
Luverne 88, JCC 47
LUVERNE -- Roaring out to a 56-28 lead at halftime, the Luverne Cardinals flew over Jackson County Central as Gannon Ahrendt led the way with 27 points.
Bailey Cowell added 19, Jayson Rops had 15 and Seth Bose had 11.
Travis Rogotzke with 11 and Carter Ahrens with 10 led JCC.
JCC 28 47
Luverne 56 88
SWC 82, RRC 56
EDGERTON -- Southwest Minnesota Christian advanced to 10-1 with a victory over Red Rock Central as Carter Van Hulzen enjoyed a big night.
Van Hulzen scored 31 points and had 10 rebounds. Teammate Micah Schaap added 12 points, six rebounds and eight assists.
Joe Strock with 15 points and Luke Willhite with 13 led RRC.
RRC 31 56
SWC 46 82
Windom Area 7, Fairmont 3
WINDOM -- Alex Espenson scored a pair of goals to help Windom Area past the Fairmont boys hockey squad. Ethan Rabbe, Ben Purrington, Brady Espenson, Caleb Rivera and Sonny Heil also found the net for the Eagles.
Fairmont’s Alex Reutzel scored the first goal of the game in the first period. The visitors led 2-1 on a Brock Lutterman goal. But Windom Area scored the last four goals of the game.
Windom Area outshot Fairmont 42-42.
Fairmont 1 1 1 -- 3
Windom Area 1 2 4 -- 7