Girls basketball: RRC rolls over MCC 85-52

Tuesday night area girls basketball results:


Tuesday night area girls basketball results:

RRC 85, MCC 52

SLAYTON -- Karli Arkell scored 23 points to help Red Rock Central get the best of host Murray County Central in an area high school basketball game played Tuesday.

Lilly Stavnes and Nicole Schroepfer both scored 16 points to help the RRC cause. The Falcons converted 19 of 25 free throws in the game.

Emily Rohrer led MCC players with 13 points. Brynn Graphenteen had nine.


RRC 38 81

MCC 26 54

H-BC 78, Edgerton 47

HILLS -- Moving out to a commanding lead by halftime, Hills-Beaver Creek held on to defeat Edgerton.

The Patriots outscored Edgerton 39-18 in the first half and 39-29 in the second. Taryn Rauk led the way with 25 points, and Kenadie Fick scored 20.

Reese Wassink paced Edgerton with 11.

Edgerton 18 47

H-BC 39 78


Adrian/Ellsworth 43, MLA/C 41

MOUNTAIN LAKE -- Adrian/Ellsworth squeezed by Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey by a couple.

Zayden Zebe with 19 points and Marisa Lehnhoff with 15 led the Dragons.

Marshall 88, Windom Area 35

MARSHALL -- In a battle between two solid Big South Conference teams, the Marshall Tigers defeated Windom Area.

Jordyn Hilgeman scored 29 points and Emily Meier had 17 for the Tigers. Kait Huska led Windom Area with 12 while teammates Delaney Smith and Allison Letcher added eight apiece.

Windom Area 20 35

Marshall 49 88


W-WG 52, HL-O/F 47

FULDA -- Isabel and Olivia Klumper scored 19 and 12 points, respectively to help lead Westbrook-Walnut Grove over host Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda. Bethany Byers also scored 12 points.

Faith White and Morgan Gehl scored 11 apiece for HL-O/F, and teammate Taryn Evers scored 10.

W-WG 20 52

HL-O/F 24 47

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