Girls basketball: RRC tops Fulda

DAILY GLOBE FULDA -- The home Raiders only trailed by three points at the 10-minute mark in the second half, but the Red Rock Central Falcons pushed ahead with a 28-8 run to seal the win.Rachel Kedl led the Falcons, scoring 27 points and grabbing...


FULDA - The home Raiders only trailed by three points at the 10-minute mark in the second half, but the Red Rock Central Falcons pushed ahead with a 28-8 run to seal the win.
Rachel Kedl led the Falcons, scoring 27 points and grabbing 13 boards. Olivia Bittner scored 13 points and Ramsey Piotter contributed 11 with five steals.
For Fulda, Randi Tiesler had the most points with 12. Emily Schroer and Katelyn Renneke each scored eight points with Renneke adding eight rebounds.
Red Rock improves to an 11-game winning streak for a record of 15-2 and will face Lakeview at SMSU today. The Raiders are 3-15 and will play Russell-Tyler-Ruthton, also at SMSU.
RRC 32 63
Fulda 26 40
H-BC 69, W-WG 41
HILLS - The Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots played well in the second half against the Westbrook-Walnut Grove Chargers to improve on their 12-point lead from the first.
The point leader for the Patriots was Sidney Fick, who scored 23. Grace Gunderson was another major contributor with 13 points and 10 rebounds. Avery Van Roekel made 10 points and seven rebounds, and Kourtney Rozeboom had eight boards.
For W-WG, Lina Vue led with 12 points and Cassidy Mischke put up 11. Mariah Hicks completed six rebounds.
Hills-Beaver Creek has a 12-5 record and will host Garretson, S.D. on Friday. The Chargers are 4-11.
W-WG 21 41
H-BC 33 69
HL-O 38, MCC 22
OKABENA - The Heron Lake-Okabena Wildcats only led by a basket at halftime, but they pushed to the end to beat the Murray County Central Rebels by 16 points.
HL-O’s Megan Haberman had the most points of the game with 13. Her teammates Andrea Hinkeldey and Gabby Stenzel made 10 points each. Hinkeldey added six rebounds and Stenzel completed six steals and three assists.
The Rebels were led by sophomore Riley Schmitz who scored six points.
The win gives Heron Lake-Okabena a record of 7-8 and it will face Blue Earth Area on Monday. MCC is winless at 0-18.
A large crowd attended the game to support the Wildcats and their assistant coach, Lloyd Kalfs. A fundraiser with a $3,000 goal was held for the paralyzed coach, and over $10,000 was raised to purchase a wheelchair for him.
MCC 11 22
HL-O 13 38
Edgerton 56, Adrian 44
ADRIAN - The Adrian Dragons were only outscored by two in the second half, but the 10-point deficit created by the Edgerton Flying Dutchmen was too much to recover from.
The Flying Dutchmen had two major contributors. Elizabeth Buckridge scored 18 points and made five assists, and Mia Wassink added 16 points, 18 rebounds, and eight blocks.
For Adrian, Jodi Bents led with 14 points and Becky Sjogren had eight rebounds. Paige Bullerman and Hannah Bullerman each scored eight points and Hannah completed seven assists.
Edgerton has an 8-8 record and travels to Lakeview on Tuesday. The Dragons are 8-6 and host Mountain Lake Area on Thursday.
Edgerton 31 56
Adrian 21 44
MLA 60, Ellsworth 35
ELLSWORTH - Mountain Lake Area’s Signey Stoesz was tough to contain, and her 26 points led the Wolverines to a victory over the Ellsworth Panthers. The senior also added 11 rebounds and seven steals, and her teammate Brook Sunderman scored 10 points.
The Panthers were led by Megan Popkes who scored 12 points and made 10 rebounds, and Devin Dreesen who made eight points.
Ellsworth falls to a record of 3-11 and hosts Sibley-Ocheyedan today. The Wolverines are 8-7.
MLA 30 60
Ellsworth 17 35
Marshall 59, Luverne 36
LUVERNE - The Marshall Tigers triumphed over the Luverne Cardinals in a Big South Conference matchup.
Marshall’s Lexi Saugstad was the top scorer of the game with 14 points and Marah Mulso made 12.
The Cardinals were led by Sierra Schmuck who scored 10 points.
The Tigers build on a 13-6 record and Luverne is 3-13.
Marshall 35 59
Luverne 23 36
Central Lyon 49, S-O 46
SIBLEY, Iowa - Hope Rasmussen scored 15 points and pulled down 15 rebounds to lead Central Lyon over Sibley-Ocheyedan. Ashley Boor scored 11 points for the winners and Makayla Witt had six rebounds.
Sibley-Ocheyedan got 14 points from Jill Berkland, and teammate Carley Sievert scored 13 points. Both Berkland and Sievert came up with three steals. Megan Block had seven rebounds for the Generals.
Central Lyon 13 27 42 49
S-O 9 19 41 46
A-W 40, H-LP 34
LAKE PARK, Iowa - Akron-Westfield grabbed a five-point lead and held onto it throughout.
Harris-Lake Park kept things close, but was unable to close the gap in a 40-34 War Eagle Conference loss.
Katherin Ihnen had 10 points for the Wolves. Sophomore Brynn Van Eldik led the Westerners with 12 points.
H-LP (8-9 overall) travels to Hinton on Tuesday.
A-W 11 25 36 40
H-LP 6 19 27 34

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