Girls basketball: A/E, T-M-B post Saturday victories

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In high school girls basketball action on Saturday, Adrian/Ellsworth drilled Harris-Lake Park 51-22 at the Minnesota West Thanksgiving Classic in Worthington, and Tracy-Milroy-Balaton defeated Red Rock Central 71-27.
A/E 51, H-LP 22
WORTHINGTON — Sadie Krahling scored 21 points and Maddie Wagner added 10 as the Dragons rolled past northwest Iowa's Harris-Lake Park Wolves.

Friday night high school sports roundup:
WORTHINGTON – Injuries and fouls plagued the Worthington Trojans girl’s basketball team in a Big South Conference contest against stalwart St. Peter on Friday night. The Saints defeated the Trojans 74-53.
Tom Goehle, son of legendary coach Hugo Goehle, was once a star athlete at Hills-Beaver Creek High School. Now he gives back through coaching and his involvement in Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Katie Buntjer had nine rebounds and Brylee Zebe dished out four assists for A/E.
For Harris-Lake Park, Payton Reimers and Kendal Niemeier had eight and seven points, respectively. Lilli Gunderson pulled down seven boards.
H-LP 6 16 18 22
Adrian/Ellsworth 13 26 35 51
T-M-B 71, RRC 27
LAMBERTON — Sondra Rindfleisch had 12 points and seven rebounds to aid Rec Rock Central's cause, but T-M-B was the better team on the scoreboard.
Alyssa Cowan with eight rebounds, Emily DeCock with three assists and three steals, and Reilly Hubin with three steals also contributed to RRC's efforts.

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