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Girls basketball: RRC tops W-WG

DAILY GLOBE WESTBROOK -- The Red Rock Central Falcons girls basketball team triumphed over the host Westbrook-Walnut Grove Chargers with a strong offense throughout.The first half was close until the end when the Falcons took off and increased th...

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WESTBROOK - The Red Rock Central Falcons girls basketball team triumphed over the host Westbrook-Walnut Grove Chargers with a strong offense throughout.
The first half was close until the end when the Falcons took off and increased their lead to 16 points. They continued to increase the deficit over Westbrook-Walnut Grove into the second half.
Red Rock Central had five players scoring in double digits. Rachel Kedl led the way with 18 points and Taylor Price made 15. Ramsey Piotter, Olivia Bittnet and freshman Haley Simonson each added 10 to the team total.
For the Chargers, Emma Woelber had 14 points. Grace Woelber was also a top contributor with 12. Cassidy Mischke scored 10 for her team, and teammate Theresa Merrick grabbed seven boards.
The Chargers fall to 3-6 and will travel to Adrian next Friday. The Falcons pick up another win for 7-2 and will meet Wabasso today.
RRC 33 77
WWG 17 46
SWC 65, Fulda 46
EDGERTON - Brooklyn DeKam scored 17 points to go with seven rebounds and four steals as Southwest Minnesota Christian remained undefeated in the Red Rock Conference.
SWC (10-1, 3-0) had a slim 30-29 lead over the visiting Raiders at halftime, but used a big run to start the second half to pull away for the victory.
Chantel Groen finished with 13 points and three assists for SWC, while Kassydi Vreeman (seven rebounds) and Emily Nerem (three steals) each had eight points. Ann Pater had a team-best nine rebounds.
Randi Tiesler scored a game-high 22 points for Fulda. Courtney Zins had nine points and 10 rebounds, while Katelyn Renneke had seven rebounds.
SWC is at Murray County Central on Tuesday. Fulda hosts Heron Lake-Okabena Friday.
Fulda 29 46
SWC 30 65
Sheldon 49, S-O 47
SIBLEY - The Sheldon Orabs narrowly escaped with the victory over the Sibley-Ocheyedan Generals.
The first two quarters ended within two points, but the Orabs pulled slightly ahead throughout the third. The Generals put up a good fight to take back the game in the final quarter, but they couldn’t quite grab the win.
Two girls led Sheldon to victory. Sydney Iedema totaled 20 points and seven rebounds, and Kayla Van Meeteren scored 18.
The Generals had several scorers contributing to their score. Britta Harberts led with 12 points and 11 rebounds, and Megan Grimes had nine points and six boards. Jill Berkland and Carley Sievert each scored eight.
Sheldon got a much needed win to break a seven game losing streak and is now 3-9. Sibley-Ocheyedan falls to 2-10.
Sheldon 10 26 69 49
S-O 12 24 33 47
Marshall 58, PA 30
MARSHALL - The home Tigers played tough throughout the game to give the Pipestone Arrows their first loss of the season.
Senior Marah Mulso led Marshall with 15 points, seven rebounds, and four assists. Natalie Petrich totaled 10 points and Emily Buysse scored nine with six rebounds.
Pipestone falls to 9-1.
Pipestone 12 30
Marshall 28 58

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