Monday sports roundup: JCC blisters BEA in girls basketball


Monday night high school sports roundup:

Girls basketball

JCC 84, BEA 37

JACKSON -- Blue Earth Area put little up in the way of resistance as Jackson County Central’s girls basketball team moved its 2021-22 record to 14-7 Monday night.

Sadie Voss scored 27 points with seven rebounds, Maci Farmer scored 25 points with eight rebounds and Rylie Cother put up 21 points with seven rebounds and nine assists as the Huskies prevailed.


Kate Armon scored 13 points for BEA.

BEA 23 37

JCC 48 84

St. James Area 80, MLA/C 60

ST. JAMES -- Taylor Soderman and Journey Swanson combined for 40 points as St. James Area topped Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey.

Soderman scored 22 points and Swanson scored 18.

Brooke Naas had 24 and Jaci Tollefson 12 for MLA/C.

MLA/C 25 60


St. James Area 42 80

Boys basketball

HL-O/F 82, RCW 70
OKABENA — Parker Murphy and Carter Drent split 40 points evenly as Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda downed Renville County West.
Murphy hit six 3-pointers on his way to 20. Drent also had 11 rebounds, six assists, six blocks and two alley-oop dunks.
Sawyer Drent scored 15 points with eight assists for HL-O/F, and Trevor King added 14 points and four 3-pointers.
Adam Scripps had 18 points and Tyler Froland 16 for RCW.
RCW 36 70
HL-O/F 37 82

MLA/C 61, MCC 53

MOUNTAIN LAKE -- Carter Olson scored 20 points and came up with six steals to help Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey overcome a four-point halftime deficit to beat Murray County Central in boys basketball.

Kolby Kremmin and Ashton Toll both added 12 points. Toll had eight rebounds.

For MCC, Christian Tentinger had 13 points, Nate Kleven had 12 and Tanner Graphenteen had 10.

MCC 33 53


MLA/C 29 61

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