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Friday sports roundup: W-WG boys win; MCC girls nip A/E

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Friday night high school sports roundup:

Boys Basketball

W-WG 75, Yellow Medicine East 45

WESTBROOK -- Kole Curry scored 31 points with five assists to lead the Westbrook-Walnut Grove Chargers to a boys high school basketball victory over Yellow Medicine East, 75-45. Hudsen Jenniges ended with 11 points. Dan Kleven finished with nine points, seven rebounds and seven steals. Zach Knudson had eight points with eight rebounds. Brady Ross had eight points.

YME’s Bryce Sneller scored 19 points. Owen Torvik and Drew Almich both ended with nine points.

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W-WG 43 75

YME 23 45

Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s 68, MCC 56

SLEEPY EYE -- Kaleb Wait and Will Walter scored 23 points apiece to lead Sleepy Eye/ St. Mary to win over Murray County Central 68-56.

MCC’s Bryce Hoekman scored 22 points and 10 rebounds. Christian Tentinger had 13 points, Tanner Graphenteen finished with nine points and Carter Lewis had seven points.

SESM 33 68

MCC 29 56

Girls Basketball

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MCC 49, Adrian/Ellsworth 37

SLAYTON -- Mary Lou McNab scored 16 points to help the Murray County Central Rebels to a victory over the Adrian/Ellsworth Dragons 49-37 in a girls basketball game Friday night. Casey Miller had 14 points. Jayden Hellewell finished with 11 points and nine rebounds.

For the Dragon’s, Sadie Krahling scored 17 points with nine rebounds and Madeline Wagner ended with six points.

MCC 20 49

Adrian/Ellsworth 21 37

MLA/C 61, W-WG 47

MOUNTAIN LAKE -- Brooke Naas scored 24 points and Annika Brinkman scored 14 to help Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey to a 61-47 win over Westbrook-Walnut Grove.

W-WG led 32-24 at halftime.

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Isabel Klumper scored 13 points and Riley Parker added 10.

W-WG 32 47

MLA/C 24 61

RRC 61, HL-O/F 42

LAMBERTON -- Sondra Rindfleisch scored 19 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to lead Red Rock Central past Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda.

Emily DeCock added 17 points for the Falcons and Alyssa Cowan tallied 11.

Wrestling

Pipestone Area Triangular

In Thursday night action, Pipestone Area won a pair of matches, 45-22 over Red Rock Central and 49-30 over Fulda/Murray County Central.

Hudson Burnett (138 pounds), Davis Budden (145) and Jackson Melcher (182) earned falls for PA against RRC, and RRC got falls from Evan Bartholomaus (152) and Keaton Skarupa (285). Budden’s fall over Carter Beranek was the quickest, in 1:31.

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The Arrows got falls from Angel Garcia (126), Brayden Burmeister (132), Budden (145), Bode Bruns (160), Jackson Melcher (182) and Griffin Smidt (195) against F/MCC. But F/MCC got falls from Kaston Clarke (106), Aiden Lorenzen (152), Carter Benda (170) and Rylan Klein (285).

Garcia’s fall was in just 47 seconds. Bruns’ fall was in 42 seconds.

Klein had the fastest fall, in 36 seconds.

Boys Hockey 

Two Rivers 2, Luverne 2

LUVERNE -- Brock Behrend and Patrick Kroski scored Luverne’s goals. Assists were credited to Kroski, Gavin Reisch and Owen Sudenga.

Kroski’s third period goal at 14:24 tied the score at 2-2.

Eddie Auran and Mason Moynihan scored the goals for Two Rivers.

Luverne out-shot Two Rivers 41-35.

Two Rivers 1 0 1 -- 2

Luverne 0 1 1 -- 2

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