Thursday sports roundup: Luverne's Gannon scores 1,000th point

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Thursday high school sports roundup:

Boys basketball

Luverne 79, Hills-Beaver Creek 71

LUVERNE -- Gannon Ahrendt scored his 1,000th point for Luverne in a non-conference victory over Hills-Beaver Creek Thursday night. The junior finished with 31 points, and 25 of those came in the first half as the Cardinals worked out to a 43-32 halftime lead.

Connor Overgaar had 14 points and Casey Sehr 12 for LHS.


Cole Baker with 19, Ty Bundesen with 18 and Oliver Deelstra with 14 led H-BC.

H-BC 32 71

Luverne 43 79

Girls basketball

HL-O/F 71, W-WG 53

OKABENA -- Taryn Evers put 26 points on the board while getting eight rebounds, three steals and two blocks for her Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda squad in a win over Westbrook-Walnut Grove.

Emily Madison contributed 12 points, eight rebounds and five assists. Anna Fest had 11 points, six rebounds and eight assists. And Chrissy Hermeling had 11 points.

Isabel Klumper scored 17 points and Amelia Sikel had 14 for W-WG.


W-WG 25 53

HL-O/F 35 71

Windom Area 55, Edgerton 43

EDGERTON -- KJ Huska had five 3-pointers on her way to 16 points for Windom Area in a victory over Edgerton.

Alyda Vande Griend scored 11 points and Reece Wassink scored 10 for the Flying Dutchmen.

Hadley Sammons added 13 points for the Eagles.

Windom Area 22 55

Edgerton 28 43


MLA/C 52, H-BC 45

MOUNTAIN LAKE -- Riley Schroeder had 15 points, Brooke Naas had 12 and Jaci Tollefson had 10 for Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey.

Taylor Deelstra and Lenae Elbers scored 13 and 10 points, respectively, for Hills-Beaver Creek.

H-BC 17 45

MLA/C 30 52

MCC 58, Adrian/Ellsworth 34

SLAYTON -- Out-shooting Adrian/Ellsworth 38 percent to 25 percent from the field, Murray County Central took its Red Rock Conference game with the Dragons.

Emily Rohrer led the winners with 14 points, Seanna Swenson had 12 and Mary Lou McNab 10.

Sadie Krahling, Julia Bullerman and Maddie Wagner all had seven points for A/E.

A/E 16 34

MCC 29 58

SWC 66, RRC 58 (OT)

LAMBERTON — Southwest Minnesota Christian outscored Red Rock Central 11-3 in overtime for the victory.
Ana Veldkamp had 18 points, Makenna Moss 11 and Rylie Fey 10.
For RRC, Sondra Rindfleisch led with 18 points. Lilly Stavnes had 13 and Emily DeCock 10. Karli Arkell scored eight points with 10 rebounds.
SWC 27 55 66
RRC 24 55 58

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