Thursday sports roundup: MLA/C girls win Section 2A contest


Thursday night high school sports roundup:

Girls basketball

MLA/C 54, Mankato Loyola 12

MOUNTAIN LAKE -- In a Section 2A playoff game, Julia Brinkman scored 18 points to lead the Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey Wolverines to a victory over the Mankato Loyola Crusaders. Her teammate, Brooke Naas, had 10 points.

The Wolverines’ next game is next Tuesday at 7p.m. against Sleepy Eye.


MLA/C 31 54

Mankato Loyola 5 12


Boys basketball

Windom Area 100, Springfield 72

WINDOM — Helped along by 3-point shots, the Windom Area Eagles reached triple digits over Springfield.

Abe McKibben hit five 3-pointers and scored 23 points for the Eagles. Henry Erickson also had 23 points. And Drew Rothenberger had 16.

In all, the Eagles converted 14 3-point tries.

Springfield 46 72


Windom Area 61 100

MLA/C 73, Nicollet 43

COMFREY -- Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey’s Ashton Toll scored 17 points with nine rebounds to lead his team to a win against Nicollet. Teammate Carter Olson finished with 13 points. Damon Khamvongsa ended with 12 points and Ian Penner had 10 points.

Nicollet’s Conner Martens scored 11 points and Cody Strunk had 13 points.

MLA/C 37 73

Nicollet 19 43

SWC 87, Minneota 61

EDGERTON — Micah Schaap had a fine night for Southwest Minnesota Christian, scoring 19 points with eight assists and seven rebounds.


Teammates Carter Van Hulzen had 18 points and five rebounds, and Dawson Rieck had 13 points, five rebounds and five assists.

Sawyer Desmet scored 20 for Minneota while Cole Sorenson added 13 and Ryan Dalager 10.

Minneota 32 61

SWC 53 87

T-M-B 70, A/E 53

TRACY — Trevor Smith's 24 points helped Tracy-Milroy-Balaton subdue Adrian/Ellsworth.

Payton Lewis and Brock Henning tallied 18 points and 15 points, respectively, for the Dragons.

Adrian/Ellsworth 24 53

T-M-B 34 70

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