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Monday sports roundup: Windom Area defeats Edgerton in boys basketball 98-78

The Windom Area boys basketball team features a high scoring offense and has won five consecutive games. Sibley-Ocheyedan defeats Adrian/Ellsworth in girls basketball 78-37.

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Boys basketball
Windom Area 98, Edgerton 78

WINDOM — Windom Area went 18-of-35 on 3-point attempts in a victory over Edgerton Monday night.
The leading scorer for the Eagles was Bryan Macario Rios with 20 points. Senior guard Henry Erickson had a double-double with 18 points and 10 assists. Quintin Tietz scored 13 points, Abraham McKibbin scored 12, and Greyson Elder scored 11.

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ST. CLOUD -- The Minnesota West women’s basketball team eased to victory over host St. Cloud Tech on Saturday, 93-40. But it was St. Cloud Tech getting the better of the West men’s team, 84-64.
Friday night high school sports roundup:
WORTHINGTON – Injuries and fouls plagued the Worthington Trojans girl’s basketball team in a Big South Conference contest against stalwart St. Peter on Friday night. The Saints defeated the Trojans 74-53.

Carter Rossow scored nine points on three treys for Windom.

Windom Area improves to 9-6 on the season and is on a five game winning streak. The Eagles host Marshall on Tuesday.

Windom Area 55 98

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Edgerton 37 78

MLA/C 68, GHEC 59

MOUNTAIN LAKE — A strong second half defensive performance willed Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey to victory over Granada-Huntley-East Chain/Martin Luther/Truman.

The leading scorer for the MLA/C Wolverines was Alex Karschnik with 25 points and 11 rebounds. Carter Olson scored 14 points and Kody Wassman had 11 points. Ashton Toll had eight points and pulled down 18 rebounds.

MLA/C started the second half on an 8-0 scoring run.

The leading scorer for the Jaguars was Jakob Fischer with 26 points. The Jaguars were held to 21 second half points.

MLA/C improves its season record to 8-5 and will play Red Rock Central on Thursday in Lamberton.

MLA/C 32 68

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GHEC 38 59

Girls basketball 
SWC 52, Western Christian 47

HULL, IA — Ana Veldkamp scored 25 points for Southwest Christian in a victory against Western Christian.

The game had four lead changes, and Western Christian once led the Eagles by 11 points. The largest lead SWC had was seven points.

Makenna Moss scored 10 points for the Eagles and pulled down 11 rebounds. Makenzie Pap had seven assists and four points. Veldkamp had six steals and SWC had a team total 19 steals.

Western Christian 24 47

SWC 24 52

S-O 78, Adrian/Ellsworth 37

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ADRIAN — Sibley-Ocheyedan was in good form as the Generals slayed the Adrian Dragons in a Minnesota and Iowa border battle.

Leading scorer for S-O was senior Madison Brouwer with 24 points. Senior Bria Wasmund had 13 points.

The leading scorer for the Dragons was Sadie Krahling with 19 points. The Dragons play Murray County Central on Tuesday in Slayton.

S-O 47 78

Adrian/Ellsworth 18 37

Boys hockey
New Ulm 4, Windom Area 3

NEW ULM — The New Ulm Eagles remain undefeated (12-0) in conference play after downing Windom Area.

Scoring goals for New Ulm were Jack Albrecht, Taylor Hansen, Austin Uecker, and Dawson Kraus.

Scoring for Windom Area were Wriley Haugen, Sonny Heil and Karson Lacanne.

New Ulm improves its season record to 14-2-1, and will travel to play Fairmont on Tuesday. Windom falls to 6-9 on the season and plays Morris/Benson Area on Friday.

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WORTHINGTON -- Morris-Benson started well in both games, sweeping the Worthington Trojans girls and boys hockey teams on Saturday.
The Worthington Trojans girls’ and boy’s hockey teams both played home games on Thursday night. The girls’ team celebrated Senior Night and played the non-conference Austin Packers. Austin beat Worthington 6-1.
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Needless to say, it would behoove the Wild to bank a couple of wins so they don’t have a sour taste in their mouth.

New Ulm 1 2 1 – 4

Windom Area 1 0 2 – 3

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