Monday sports roundup: Windom Area boys outplay MCW

BOYS BASKETBALL Windom Area 68, MCW 52 SHERBURN -- Windom Area beat non-conference opponent Martin County West in a high school boys basketball game Monday night as it continues to look to improve its record. The Eagles had three boys score in do...

BOYS BASKETBALL Windom Area 68, MCW 52 SHERBURN -- Windom Area beat non-conference opponent Martin County West in a high school boys basketball game Monday night as it continues to look to improve its record.

The Eagles had three boys score in double digits. Kaden Elder scored 16, Luke Gilbertson 14, and Ryan Franz scored 12 points.

The Mavericks’ leading scorers were Cole Owens with 17, Dawson Weber with 12, and Nick Beseke with nine points.

MCW 21 52

Windom Area 25 68


MLA 77, SESM 42 MOUNTAIN LAKE -- A total of 13 different players scored for Mountain Lake Area as it won its 15th game of the season with a non-conference victory.

Marcus Boyd led the Wolverines with 17 points, while Sam Paulson (11 points) and Weston Osland (10 points) each scored in double figures. Drake Harder had seven rebounds for MLA (15-5).

Sleepy Eye Saint Mary’s was led by Brandon Waits’ 11 points.

The Wolverines host Hills-Beaver Creek on Friday.

Sleepy Eye Saint Mary’s 23 42

Mountain Lake Area 52 77  

Adrian 60, Ellsworth 48 ELLSWORTH -- Ryan Wieneke scored 16 points to go with 12 rebounds to lead Adrian to a Red Rock Conference victory over Ellsworth.

Christian Weidert and Skylar Polzine each scored 12 points for the Dragons.


Ellsworth was led by Brandon Kramer’s 18 points and six rebounds. Grant Jansma and Zach Buntjer each had 11 points. Buntjer also had six rebounds.

Noah Kruse collected six rebounds for the Panthers.

Adrian 34 60

Ellsworth 24 48

Minneota 105, Fulda 83 FULDA -- It was a 3-point shootout between Minneota and Fulda in a non-conference game.

The Raiders connected on 17 3s, while the Vikings had 11 from beyond the arc.

Logan Sussner led all scorers with 27 points for Minneota, while Jacob Jennen had 24 points and Thomas Hennen had 17.

Fulda was led by Matthias Kunerth’s 22 points and 13 rebounds. Payton Marquardt hit five 3-pointers and finished with 16 points. Dalton Slinger had 15 points.


Minneota 57 105

Fulda 39 83

Luverne 66, Flandreau 62 FLANDREAU, S.D -- Luverne held off Flandreau Indian School for a narrow victory.

Eli Haugom scored 18 points for the Cardinals, while Cole Claussen had 16 points and eight rebounds. Mark Robinson, Derek Lundgren and Riley Siebenahler each scored eight points.

Luverne 32 66

Flandreau 30 62

RV 88, JCC 66 REDWOOD FALLS -- Redwood Valley beat Jackson County Central in a Big South conference game.

The Cardinals’ leading scorer was Payton Nelson who scored a game high 26 points. Nelson made eight 3-point shots on the night. Teammates Cole Woodford and Mitch Irlbeck added 20 points and 13 points respectively.

The Huskies’ leading scorers were Jordan Hassing with 13, Andrew Hesebeck with 10, Jack Brinkman with 10, and Noah Carr with nine points.  

JCC 28 66

RV 44 88

T-M-B 51, Wabasso 47 (OT) TRACY -- Lucas Gervais and Jake Tauer each scored 11 points for Tracy-Milroy-Balaton in an overtime victory.

Brock Rohlik scored a game-high 18 points for the Rabbits.

Moses Dolan scored nine points and had seven assists for T-M-B, while Matt Timmerman had nine rebounds.

Wabasso 18 42 47

Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 24 42 51

MCC 66, RRC 61 (OT) LAMBERTON -- Murray County Central squeezed by Red Rock Central in a Red Rock Conference game. The Rebels’ leading scorers were Nate Everson who scored a game-high 29 points, and Spencer Wajer with 18.

The Falcons’ leading scorers were Brady Rasmussen with 23, Sam Hansen scored 14, and Spencer Halland scored 12 points.

Halland also pulled down seven rebounds.

MCC made 10 out of 16 three pointers.

RRC 30 53 61

MCC 28 53 66

GIRLS BASKETBALL H-BC 70, Ellsworth 46 ELLSWORTH -- Hills-Beaver Creek eased past Ellsworth in a Red Rock Conference game.

The Patriots’ leading scorers were Sidney Fick with 17 points, and Grace Bundesen with 15 points.

The Panthers’ leading scorers were Ashlyn Meester with 14, and Morgan Dreesen with 13 points.

Ellsworth 20 46

HBC 38 70

St. James 54, MLA 44 ST. JAMES -- Jewel Soutthivong scored a game-high 15 points to lead Mountain Lake Area, but St. James came away with the victory. Taylor Naas added 13 points for the Wolverines.

St. James was led by Kaydi Anderson’s 12 points. Jadyn Anderson added 10 points.

Mountain Lake Area 22 44

St. James 28 54

RRC 51, MCC 50 LAMBERTON -- Murray County Central fell one point short in its comeback attempt against Red Rock Central.

The Falcons’ leading scorers were Hannah DeCock with 19, Haley Simonson with 13, and Kaitlyn Rindfleisch eight points.

The Rebels’ leading scorers were Montana Beckmann with 18, Riley Schmitz with 12, and Rachel Van Iperen with 11 points.

MCC 19 50

RRC 25 51

Luverne 68, Adrian 47 ADRIAN -- With 23 points from Joci Oye, the Luverne Cardinals took care of Adrian. Mallory Thorson scored 18 points and Mackenzie Peterson tallied 11.

Oye had four assists. Thorson had nine rebounds.

Hannah Bullerman scored 19 points for Adrian with four assists and nine rebounds. Paige Bullerman had 15 points.

Luverne 29 68

Adrian 17 47

BOYS HOCKEY Luverne 9, Windom Area 2 WINDOM -- Six second-period goals was the difference in Luverne’s victory over Windom Area.

Declan Beers scored the Cardinals’ lone goal in the first period.

In the second, the LHS offense came to live.

Kasyn Kruse scored three times, Gaige Nath scored a goal, Mark Sterrett had a goal and Jim Erickson scored on a power play as the Cardinals led 7-1 after two periods.

Windom Area’s Mikal Anderson scored a power-play goal with Kyle Espenson assisting .

Eli Becker gave the Eagles a third-period goal. However, Beers and Mason Steensma each scored for the Cardinals.

Trey Roberts finished with three assists, while Nath and Nick Harder each had two assists for Luverne.

Luverne 1 6 2 -- 9

Windom Area 0 1 1 -- 2

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