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Boys basketball: RRC moves to 10-0

LAMBERTON -- Host Red Rock Central blistered Edgerton 43-26 in high school boys basketball Thursday night to improve to 5-0 in the Red Rock Conference.

LAMBERTON -- Host Red Rock Central blistered Edgerton 43-26 in high school boys basketball Thursday night to improve to 5-0 in the Red Rock Conference.

The Falcons, 10-0 overall, play another 5-0 conference team, Hills-Beaver Creek, at Hills tonight.

Taylor Bunting scored 17 points to lead RRC scorers against Edgerton while teammate Luke Engen had 12 points and 11 rebounds. Brady Rasmussen added six points, seven assists and five steals.

Mason Sluis scored nine points to lead Edgerton.

Both teams were cold from the field. RRC converted nine of 41 2-point field goals and seven of 17 3-point shots. Edgerton was 11-for-38 overall.

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Edgerton 6 26Red Rock Central 23 43H-LP 73, H-M-S 50 LAKE PARK, Iowa -- Jordan Kyle was nearly flawless from the field as Harris-Lake Park defeated Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn.

Kyle finished 15-of-19 shooting for 36 points to lead the Wolves (4-7). Cale Hellinga scored nine points for H-LP, which broke from a 10-10 tie after the first quarter to take a 34-29 halftime advantage.

The Wolves are at West Sioux today.

H-M-S 10 29 45 50 H-LP 10 34 52 73RCW 58, T-M-B 52 TRACY -- Spencer Smith scored a game-high 34 points for Tracy-Milroy-Balaton, but the Panthers came up short against Renville County West.

Smith was 14 for 28 from the field and added 13 rebounds for T-M-B, which outscored RCW 28-27 in the second half.

Justin Schrupp scored 22 points to lead the Jaguars.

RCW 31 58T-M-B 24 52

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