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Monday sports roundup: Edgerton girls overtake RRC

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Basketball stock art. (Unsplash image by Kylie O'Sullivan)

Monday high school sports roundup:
Girls basketball
Edgerton 57, RRC 48
EDGERTON — Alyda Vande Griend scored 19 points to help lift Edgerton Public to a girls basketball victory over Red Rock Conference opponent Red Rock Central Monday night.
Mateya Gilbertson scored 10 points for Edgerton and Reece Wassink had nine rebounds to go along with eight points.
Karli Arkell scored 15 points with 10 rebounds for RRC. Lilly Stavnes had 12 points and four assists, and Emily Decock also had 12 points.
RRC 22 48
Edgerton 25 57
SWC 75, HL-O/F 41
EDGERTON — Southwest Minnesota Christian had no trouble with Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda, taking a 45-18 lead into halftime and staying out front.
Rylie Fey and Madyson Fey had 10 points apiece for the winners. Makenna Moss scored 12 points. Makenzie and Morgan Pap had five assists each.
Taryn Evers led HL-O/F with 11 points. Emily Madison had nine rebounds and four assists.
HL-O/F 18 41
SWC 45 75
W-WG 52, MCC 40
WESTBROOK — Addeson Jenniges poured 24 points through the hoop to lead Westbrook-Walnut Grove to a triumph over Murray County Central.
Amelia Sikel and Isabel Klumper added 11 and 10 points, respectively, for the Chargers.
Mary McNab had 10 and Emily Rohrer nine for MCC.
MCC 9 40
W-WG 36 52
Boys basketball
A/E 90, Edgerton 65
ELLSWORTH — A 36-point effort from Brock Henning helped propel Adrian/Ellsworth's boys to victory over Edgerton Public.
Teammate Peyton Lewis had 20 points and seven rebounds, and Andy Rahe scored 11. Aiden Tweet dished seven assists for the Dragons.
Jacob Fisher scored 19 points for Edgerton while teammates Aiden Bootsma and Chase Bootsma scored 14 and 13 points, respectively. Chase also had seven rebounds.
Edgerton 43 65
Adrian/Ellsworth 53 90

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