Girls basketball: Arrows move to 15-1
DAILY GLOBE HILLS -- In a physical matchup, the Pipestone Area Arrows outmuscled the Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots in girls basketball Thursday night.Pipestone utilized great defensive pressure to force multiple turnovers on their way to a 52-43 no...
HILLS - In a physical matchup, the Pipestone Area Arrows outmuscled the Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots in girls basketball Thursday night.
Pipestone utilized great defensive pressure to force multiple turnovers on their way to a 52-43 non-conference victory.
Alexis Evans had a game-high 16 points for the Arrows. Following up Evans were Rachel Skyberg (13 points) and Kiaya Alderson (10 points).
Despite the turnover issues Grace Bundessen had a respectable night for the Patriots. The freshman forward had 13 points and also pulled down nine rebounds. Other double digit offensive performances came from Sidney Fick (13 points) and Avery Van Roekel (10 points).
H-BC falls to 11-5 on the season. With the win Pipestone goes to 15-1 overall and will look for another victory tonight against Worthington.
Pipestone 27 52
H-BC 26 43
HL-O 38, Luverne 37
LUVERNE - The HL-O Wildcats played well on the road and picked up a tight victory over the Luverne Cardinals.
Gabi Stenzel was a major key to the Wildcats success Thursday night. The junior guard had a game-high 18 points. Andrea Hinkeldey also played well, scoring eight points and totaling 10 rebounds.
Morgan Haugen did everything she could to keep Luverne (3-12) in the game. The senior guard put up 13 points and also had seven rebounds and eight rebounds.
HL-O is 6-8.
HL-O 22 38
Luverne 20 37