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Monday sports: SCW girls outplay R-T-R

Anna Veldkamp and Morgan Pap each scored 22 points with seven assists as the Southwest Minnesota Christian girls basketball team dispatched Russell-Tyler-Ruthton Monday night.

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Monday high school sports roundup:

Girls basketball

Southwest Christian 86, R-T-R 71

EDGERTON -- Anna Veldkamp and Morgan Pap each scored 22 points with seven assists as the Southwest Minnesota Christian girls basketball team dispatched Russell-Tyler-Ruthton Monday night.

Rylie Fey added 16 points and eight rebounds, and Shaylee Van Esser had 17 points and seven rebounds.

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For R-T-R, Tatum Hess scored 18 points. Alexis Schreurs and Camry Swanson had 12. And Rylie Serreyn had 10 points and seven rebounds.

R-T-R 39 71

SWC 41 86

Canby 42, MCC 30

SLAYTON -- Aldyn Bruns scored 14 points as Canby defeated Murray County West in a game where the shooting was cold. Canby made 23 percent of its field goals and MCC made 17 percent.

Emily Rohrer had nine points, 10 rebounds and four steals for MCC.

Canby 18 42

MCC 17 30

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RRC 56, Renville County West 27

LAMBERTON -- With 17 points, 13 rebounds and three blocks, Karli Arkell helped Red Rock Central beat Renville County West.

Sondra Rindfleisch had 13 points and 12 rebounds for RRC, and teammate Lilly Stavnes had seven steals to go along with nine points.

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