Prep sports roundup: Luverne boys top Flandreau

Monday, Jan. 24 BOYS BASKETBALL Redwood Valley 74, T-M-B 63 REDWOOD FALLS -- Mitch Irlbeck scored 26 points with seven rebounds for Redwood Valley as it defeated Tracy-Milroy-Balaton in boys basketball on Monday. Cole Woodford scored 21 with six ...

Monday, Jan. 24 BOYS BASKETBALL Redwood Valley 74, T-M-B 63

REDWOOD FALLS -- Mitch Irlbeck scored 26 points with seven rebounds for Redwood Valley as it defeated Tracy-Milroy-Balaton in boys basketball on Monday.

Cole Woodford scored 21 with six rebounds and four assists for RV, and Kyle Huhnerkoch scored nine.

Spencer Smith led T-M-B with 28 points and 15 rebounds. Moses Dolan scored 14 points, and Fritz Landherr scored 11.

T-M-B 25 63RV 29 74 Luverne 74, Flandreau 61 LUVERNE -- Andrew Bierman scored 17 points for Luverne while Eli Haugom scored 16 in its victory over Flandreau on Monday.


Cole Claussen scored 11 points and had eight rebounds for the Cardinals and Riley Siebenahler scored eight points with five rebounds.

Juju Grant led Flandreau with 11 points, while Byron Freemont and Annug Wasageshik scored nine.

Flandreau 30 61Luverne 39 74 Minneota 72, MCC 67 MINNEOTA -- Four players scored in double digits for Minneota as it defeated Murray County Central on Monday.

Thomas Hennen scored 20, Logan Sussner and Nolan Boerboom each scored 12, Jacob Hennen scored 11.

Cole Bassett led MCC with 29 points, while Mason Woldt scored 10. Tyler Groves led the Rebels with 11 rebounds.

MCC 29 67Minneota 35 72 GIRLS BASKETBALL H-BC 68, Ellsworth 27 HILLS -- Sidney Fick led Hills-Beaver Creek with 27 points as it defeated Ellsworth in girls basketball on Monday.

Fick also had three rebounds and five steals. Grace Bundesen had 15 points and 11 rebounds for the Patriots (11-3), while Avery Van Roekel scored eight points and had three steals.

Devin Dreesen scored 11 points for Ellsworth, while Kallie Chapa scored eight.


Ellsworth 14 27H-BC 43 68 Luverne 62, Flandreau 38 LUVERNE -- Rachel Oftedahl tallied a double-double for Luverne with 11 points and 10 rebounds for Luverne as it defeated Flandreau.

Sierra Schmuck led the Cardinals with 17 points and Hailey Remme scored eight. Mallory Thorson had nine rebounds and Kami Sawtelle had eight.

Evah Appleton scored 12 points for Flandreau and Jerusha Bain scored 11.

Flandreau 20 38Luverne 36 62 RRC 59, MCC 41 SLAYTON -- Red Rock Central remained undefeated in the Red Rock Conference by leaping from a one-point halftime lead to an 18-point victory over Murray County Central.

Ramsey Piotter scored 19 points, Vanessa Kedl scored 14 and Rachel Kedl had 10 (with 15 rebounds) for the Falcons. Piotter had 10 rebounds. Haley Simonson had six assists and five steals to go along with four points.

Amanda Muecke scored 11 points for MCC. Mallory Loosbrock pulled down 11 rebounds for the Rebels.

Red Rock Central 25 59Murray County Central 24 41 Edgerton 64, HL-O 58 OKABENA -- Edgerton scored 42 second-half points as it rallied to come back from behind to defeat Heron Lake-Okabena.

Jenny Nelson led the Dutch with 13 points, while Chyna Bernning scored 12.


Kaylan Untiedt and Gabi Stenzel each scored 13 points for the Wildcats, while Kiana Leighty scored 10.

Edgerton 22 64HL-O 29 58 BOYS HOCKEY Marshall 7, WA 3 WINDOM -- Dylan Criquet-Danielson scored four goals for Marshall as it defeated Windom Area in high school boys hockey on Monday.

Jack Boerboom scored twice and Mason Penske scored for the Tigers.

Kyle Espenson tallied a goal and an assist for the Eagles. Alex Woizeschke and Jesse Pigman also scored.

Marshall 1 2 4 -- 7WA 0 2 1 -- 3 GIRLS HOCKEY Mankato East 4, Luverne 2 LUVERNE -- Camryn Steinberg scored two goals for Mankato East as it defeated Luverne in girls hockey on Monday.

Taylor Kanstrup and Ali Schreiber also scored for Mankato East.

Mariah Aukes scored in the first period for Luverne with an assist by Regan Feit, and Rozilyn Oye scored in the second period with an assist by Claire Baustain.

Mankato East had 34 shots on goal, while Luverne had 17.

GYMNASTICS JACKSON -- Worthington placed first at the Jackson County Central junior varsity gymnastics meet on Monday, scoring 132.8. JCC finished second (131.45), Martin County West finished third (117.75) and Redwood Valley finished fourth (103.1).

Worthington’s Autumn Drahota won the vault (8.95), Worthington’s Gracia Elias won the floor exercise (8.85), Worthington’s Marlena Garza won the uneven parallel bars (7.85) and JCC’s Haley Tvinnereim won the balance beam (8.65). Garza won the all-around, scoring 32.6.

SWIMMING Twenty eight Stingrays set personal records MANKATO -- Twenty eight of the 34 members of the Worthington Stingrays swim team set personal best times at the Minnesota State University pool in Mankato on Sunday.

Kyle Janssen and Jamie Newman both improved their state qualifying times in the 50 freestyle.

Gerrit Bos, Gabriell Chapulis, Grace Fields, Anna Gordon and Newman all improved in each of their events.

Eight-year old Zoie Chanthorath placed first in the 50 freestyle, with a time of 46.26. It was her first time competing in the event this year.

Miles Fischer placed first in the 200 freestyle in the 11-12 year old event.

The next even for the Stingrays is sectionals, which will be held at Ellis Middle School in Austin on Saturday, Feb. 4.

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