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Prep girls basketball: Fulda, Mountain Lake Area get wins

MARSHALL -- Fulda drilled 13 3-ponters and jumped out to a huge lead in the first half Tuesday at Southwest Minnesota State University.The Raiders were up 36-16 at halftime and carried that to a 58-43 victory.Randi Tiesler had a big game for Fuld...

MARSHALL - Fulda drilled 13 3-ponters and jumped out to a huge lead in the first half Tuesday at Southwest Minnesota State University.
The Raiders were up 36-16 at halftime and carried that to a 58-43 victory.
Randi Tiesler had a big game for Fulda with 25 points, six rebounds and six assists. Ruth Cheadle poured in 11 points while Katelyn Renneke scored nine and grabbed 10 boards. Gabby Renelt led the Wolves with 15 points.
Fulda (2-6 overall) travels to Worthington on Monday.
Fulda 36 58
Wilmot 16 43

MLA 43, RCW 27
MOUNTAIN LAKE - Weather postponed Mountain Lake Area’s nonconference contest against Renville County West back one day. The extra 24 hours didn’t seem to bother the Wolverines.
The home team showed its stifling defense all afternoon, allowing only 11 points in the first half and 16 more after the break. That along with a 21-point effort by senior guard Signey Stoesz paved the way to a 43-27 MLA victory.
Stoesz’s 21 points was the most on her team with eighth-grader Margo Stoesz pouring in six for the next-highest total. Bailey Swanson grabbed eight rebounds and Marta Stoesz pilfered three steals.
Salma Perez led the Jaguars in scoring with seven points.
The Wolverines (5-2 overall) are off until Jan. 7, when they’re on the road against Fulda.
RCW 11 27
MLA 24 43

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