Monday sports roundup: MCC, W-WG boys hoopsters win

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Monday high school sports roundup:

Boys basketball

MCC 59, RRC 44

SLAYTON -- Balanced scoring helped Murray County Central beat Red Rock Central Monday night in a Red Rock Conference boys basketball clash.

Christian Tentinger led MCC with 17 points, and Chant Mitchell had 12 points and eight rebounds. Abe Paulzine scored nine points while Nate Kleven and Aidan Dierks both scored eight. Kleven also had eight rebounds.


Austin Juhnke led RRC with 15 counters. Joe Strock and Jayden Lang had 11 and 7, respectively.

RRC 20 44

MCC 30 59

W-WG 63, A/E 53

WESTBROOK -- Deadlocked 28-28 at halftime, the Westbrook-Walnut Grove Chargers pulled away in the second half to thwart Adrian/Ellsworth by 10.

Cole Vande Wiele scored 17 points for the Chargers while teammates Dan Kleven had 14 and Kole Curry 13. Kleven and Austin Parker had 10 rebounds each, and Curry had four steals and three assists.

Peyton Lewis scored 30 points for A/E.

A/E 28 53


W-WG 28 63

Girls basketball

Western Christian 62, SWC 54

EDGERTON -- Rylie Fey scored 15 points and teammate Makenna Moss had 10, but their Southwest Minnesota Christian team lost to Western Christian.

Both Fey and Moss also had seven rebounds.

Southwest Christian led 31-27 at halftime and at one point held a 15-point lead. But the second half belonged to Western, which outscored the Eagles 35-23 after halftime.

Western Christian 27 62

Southwest Christian 31 54


Boys hockey

New Ulm 6, Windom Area 1

WINDOM -- Ethan Purrington scored Windom Area’s lone goal in the first period, which tied the score against New Ulm, 1-1. But the visitors prevailed in the end.

New Ulm, which scored two goals in each period, out-shot Windom Area 34-23 for the game.

New Ulm 2 2 2 -- 6

Windom Area 1 0 0 -- 1

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