Friday sports roundup: WHS girls hockey team blanks Marshall

Friday night high school sports roundup

Girls hockey

Worthington 3, Marshall 0

WORTHINGTON -- Junior goalkeeper Lillyana Newman threw a shutout as the Worthington Trojans girls hockey team stopped visiting Marshall 3-0 Friday night.

Newman had 32 saves.


Trojans Rosamaria Rodriguez and Kessey Aljets scored for Worthington in the first period. Riley Nickel scored an empty-net goal late in the third.


The triumph pushes Worthington to 5-18 on the season and evens the Trojans’ record with Marshall this year at 1-1. In Marshall on Jan. 24, the Tigers beat WHS 6-0.

Worthington is scheduled to play its final regular season game on Tuesday at home against Breckenridge-Wahpeton. The section tournament begins Thursday.

Marshall 0 0 0 -- 0

Worthington 2 0 1 -- 3


A/E Triangular

ADRIAN -- In a triangular meet featuring Adrian/Ellsworth, Pipestone Area and Tracy-Milroy-Balaton/Westbrook-Walnut Grove, Adrian/Ellsworth trimmed TMB-WWG 35-33, A/E beat PA 48-33 and TMB-WWG defeated Pipestone Area 49-22.


The Dragons clinched the win over TMB-WWG at 195 pounds as Jaren Winselman decisioned Travis Willhite 7-1. Other A/E on-mat wins came at 132 with Carlos Castillo, 138 with Reese Morrison, 152 with Isaac Bullerman, 160 with Breyer Hieronimus, and at 170 with Quentin Wolf. Castillo, Morrison and Bullerman won by falls.

Adrian/Ellsworth’s Rilee Heidebrink (145), Bullerman (152), Hieronimus (160) and Wolf (182) won falls against Pipestone Area. The Arrows’ Brayden Burmeister (113), JJ Martens (120), Hudson Burnett (126), Davis Budden (132) and Jackson Melcher (170) pinned A/E opponents.

TMB-WWG wrestlers Troy Gillette (106), Alexander Schuh (138), Jeret Ankrum (145), Ashton Squires (152) and Caden Johnson (170) prevailed over PA opponents. Pipestone Area got wins from Burmeister at 113, Martens at 120, Burnett at 126, Budden at 132 and Aiden Voss at 182.

Girls Basketball

Luverne 53, SWC 43

EDGERTON -- Luverne’s Elizabeth Wagner scored 21 points to lead the team to a victory over Southwest Christian. Christina Wagner finished with 14 points and Kira John had 11 points.

SWC’s Makenna Moss scored 16 points and Ana Veldkamp finished with 12 points.

Luverne is 15-4. The Cardinals’ next game is Tuesday at Pipestone. SWC is 15-5 and the Dutchmen’s next game is Tuesday versus Hills-Beaver Creek at Hills.


Luverne 25 53

SWC 22 43

W-WG 62, Cedar Mountain 27
MORGAN — Amelia Sikel scored 21 points, Isabel Klumper had 17 and Addeson Jenniges had nine as Westbrook-Walnut Grove downed host Cedar Mountain with room to spare.
W-WG 33 62
Cedar Mountain 11 27

H-BC 63, RRC 49
HILLS — Karli Arkell scored 18 and Lilly Stavnes had 11 for Hills-Beaver Creek in a victory over Red Rock Conference rival Red Rock Central.

Boys basketball

MLA/C 62, Edgerton 44

MOUNTAIN LAKE -- Carter Olson scored 23 points and Kolby Kremmin added 15 as Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey beat Red Rock Conference opponent Edgerton Public.

The Wolverines led the Flying Dutchmen 38-23 at halftime.

Jacob Fischer had 14 points for Edgerton. Jared Fischer and Nolan Buckridge had 12 points apiece.

Edgerton 23 44

MLA/C 38 62

H-BC 64, RRC 48

HILLS -- Doubling Red Rock Central’s score in the first half, Hills-Beaver Creek held on for a solid victory.

Ty Bundesen scored 18 points, Cole Baker had 15 and Oliver Deelstra had 12 for the Patriots. Ashton Juhnke with 14 and Joseph Strock with 11 paced RRC.

RRC 14 48

H-BC 28 64

Marshall 77, Windom 72

MARSHALL -- Noah Wilts scored 24 points to lead the Marshall Tigers to a win over the Windom Eagles. Omar Abdi finished with 15 points and Charlie Jacobson had 12 points.

Windom’s Henry Erickson scored 28 points and Dylan Serreyn had 18 points. Josh Garrison finished with 12 points and Abe McKibbin had 11 points.

Marshall 36 77

Windom 42 72

MCC 45, HL-O/F 36
OKABENA — In a low-scoring game, Murray County Central prevailed over Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda.
Tanner Graphenteen scored 15 points for MCC and teammates Christian Tentinger and Nathaniel Kleven tallied 12 and 10, respectively.
Logan Hattendorf had nine points and 13 rebounds for HL-O/F. Parker Murphy had nine points. And Carter Drent had 12 rebounds.
MCC 21 45
HL-O/F 13 36

SWC 99, Adrian/Ellsworth 64
EDGERTON — Southwest Minnesota Christian had no trouble scoring points in its game against Adrian/Ellsworth, and six Eagles reached double figures.
Dawson Rieck had 18 points, Micah Schaap 15, Jerett Kuipers 12, Cole Walhof 12, Cody Van't Hof 11 and Carter Van Hulzen 10.
Southwest converted 69 percent of its 2-point field goals and 7 of 17 from 3-point range.
Peyton Lewis led A/E with 20 points. Aiden Tweet had 12 and Dawson Krahling 10.
A/E 38 64
SWC 56 99

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