Boys basketball: Pipestone Area rallies to beat Windom
Daily Globe PIPESTONE -- The Pipestone Area boys basketball team erased a 19-point deficit to earn a 69-62 Big South Conference victory over Windom Friday night. The Arrows (7-8, 3-5) trailed 43-30 at halftime, but outscored Windom 39-19 in the s...
PIPESTONE - The Pipestone Area boys basketball team erased a 19-point deficit to earn a 69-62 Big South Conference victory over Windom Friday night.
The Arrows (7-8, 3-5) trailed 43-30 at halftime, but outscored Windom 39-19 in the second half.
Tyl Woelber led the Arrows with 16 points, while Justin Rops added 13 and Mitchel Carson had nine.
Jeff Pfeffer led all scorers with 26 points for the Eagles (12-5, 4-5), while Sam Huska had 18 points.
Both teams play again today with PA hosting Fairmont and Windom hosting Tracy-Milroy-Balaton.
Windom 43 62
Pipestone Area 30 67
Luverne 64, St. James 60
LUVERNE - Three players scored in double figures to lead Luverne to a victory against St. James.
Quinton Siebenahler led the Cardinals with 19 points and six rebounds, while Mitchell Muller finished with 16 points. Nicholas Overgaard had 14 points and eight rebounds for the Cardinals (8-10). Erik Wohnoutka added six points and nine assists for Luverne, which trailed 34-30 at halftime.
St. James was led by Brady Stevens’ game-high 22 points.
Luverne is at Pipestone Area on Tuesday.
St. James 30 60
Luverne 34 64
T-M-B 82, D-B 74 OT
DAWSON - Tracy-Milroy-Balaton outscored Dawson-Boyd 10-2 in overtime to earn a key Camden Conference victory.
Josh Kirk led T-M-B with 19 points, while Spencer Smith (six rebounds) added 16. Derek Larson finished with 11 points, while Riley Kirk (six rebounds) and Brady Lanoue (six rebounds) each had 10 points.
Alex Swenson scored a game-high 26 points for D-B, while Jess Hansen had 20.
T-M-B (15-3, 9-1) is at Windom today.
T-M-B 32 72 82
D-B 32 72 74
Edgerton 57, Fulda 45
FULDA - Locked in a one-point game late in a Red Rock Conference battle, the Edgerton defense came up in a big way to seal a 12-point victory.
The Flying Dutchmen led 40-39 and the defense didn’t allow a shot in the next three possessions to take the win.
Luke Drooger scored 25 points to lead Edgerton, while Dayne Niemeyer finished with 16 points. Matthew Mouw had 11 points and four steals, while Trevor Fluit had seven assists, six steals and five rebounds for the Flying Dutchmen (8-4, 6-2), who host Lakeview Tuesday.
Fulda (4-15) was led by Leighton Gehl’s 16 points. Ben White added 10 points and 12 rebounds, while Cody Frodermann had eight points and nine rebounds. Justin Dierks finished with 10 assists for the Raiders, who are at Ellsworth Thursday.
Edgerton 21 57
Fulda 22 45
Ellsworth 65, RRC 50
LAMBERTON - Malik Herman scored a game-high 30 points to lead Ellsworth past Red Rock Central in a Red Rock Conference matchup.
Trei Hinrichs added 13 points for Ellsworth, which improves to 5-12 overall and 4-7 in the conference this season.
RRC (7-11) was led by Trevor Pederson’s 18 points and nine rebounds. Sam Hansen finished with 15 points, while Ismael Pintor-Perianez had 10 points. Brady Rasmussen added seven assists for the Falcons, who are at Edgerton Thursday.
Ellsworth 28 65
RRC 17 50
MCC 84, HL-O 49
SLAYTON - Murray County Central made nearly 50 percent of its shots from the floor Friday to keep its record in Red Rock Central play unblemished.
The Rebels built up a 41-20 lead by halftime and eventually dispatched of Heron Lake-Okabena 84-49.
Grant Rohrer led MCC with 28 points and 12 rebounds while also tallying four steals two assists and a block. Cole Bassett poured in 24 points and had five rebounds, three assists and a steal. Jack Erickson had 18 points and three helpers with Landon Like leading the team in assists with four.
Travis Behrends finished with 17 points, six rebounds, four assists and three steals for the Wildcats. Kurt Obermoller added 10 points and four boards.
MCC (18-2 overall, 11-0 Red Rock) travels to Adrian on Thursday. HL-O (2-15 overall, 2-8 Red Rock) hosts Hills-Beaver Creek that same evening.
HL-O 20 49
MCC 41 84
SWC 71, W-WG 52
EDGERTON - Levi Vander Woude did a little bit of everything for Southwest Christian in a winning effort.
He finished with 24 points, 11 rebounds, six steals, two assists and a block as the Eagles improved their conference record to 8-3 with Friday’s win over Westbrook-Walnut Grove. Jeremy Vander Woude had 13 points, while Colby Den Herder had 11 points and six rebounds.
W-WG was led by Kyle Kuehl’s 12 points. Randy Knutson finished with nine points for the Chargers.
SWC plays Central Minnesota Christian today at Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall. W-WG (7-10, 4-6) hosts Mountain Lake on Thursday.
W-WG 32 52
SWC 38 71
Mountain Lake 73, Adrian 41
ADRIAN - Levi Stoesz was one of four players to score in double figures to lead Mountain Lake to a Red Rock Conference victory over Adrian.
Stoesz finished with 15 points and four steals, while Chris Boyd, Ryan McCue and Aaron Fast each had 11 points for the Wolverines, who led 48-21 at halftime.
Mitchell Lonneman finished with a game-high 20 points and eight rebounds to lead the Dragons. Zach Hendel had seven points for Adrian (5-11, 4-6).
The Dragons host Murray County Central on Thursday, while the Wolverines (10-5, 8-2) host Madelia on Monday.
Mountain Lake 48 73
Adrian 21 41
HMS 51, H-LP 45
LAKE PARK, Iowa - Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn trailed through three quarters against host Harris-Lake Park, but the Hawks outscored the Wolves 23-10 in the final quarter to earn the victory.
Jordan Japenga and Owen Coburn each scored 11 points to lead HMS, which improves to 10-3 this year.
H-LP (7-7) was led by Jordan Kyle’s 16 points, 15 rebounds and four assists. Dahlton Burdorf added 11 points, while Bret Sohn had seven points and three assists.
The Wolves are at Remsen St. Mary’s on Tuesday.
HMS 8 19 28 51
H-LP 12 25 35 45
MOC-FV 71, G-LR 44
ORANGE CITY, Iowa - A big second quarter provided MOC-Floyd Valley the firepower it needed for a 71-44 Siouxland Conference win over George-Little Rock on Friday.
The Dutch held a slim, four-point lead after one quarter. By halftime, they’d built that up to 15.
Sophomore guard Josh Haken finished with 12 points for the Mustangs with junior Austin Jensen notching 12 points and nine boards. Christian Korver and Dillon Carlson had 16 points each for MOC.
G-LR (4-10 overall) travels to Sioux Center on Tuesday.
G-LR 13 27 37 44
MOC-FV 17 42 52 71