Tuesday sports roundup: Marshall blanks WHS boys hockey team, 2-0


Tuesday night high school sports roundup:

Boys hockey

Marshall 2, Worthington 0

WORTHINGTON -- Braxton Meyer and Talan Plante scored the two goals for Big South Conference rival Marshall in a shutout win over Worthington. Sean Nwaiga and Jared Reinsma had an assist apiece.

The Tigers put 39 shots on goal to Worthington’s 16.


The result lifted Marshall to 13-10 on the season while it dropped Worthington to 9-11. The Trojans, who have lost six of their last seven games, are at Fairmont on Thursday and at home against Winona on Friday.

Marshall 0 0 2 -- 2

Worthington 0 0 0 -- 0

Girls hockey

Breckenridge-Wahpeton 8, Worthington 3

WORTHINGTON -- Kennedy Schuler scored three goals to lead the Breckenridge/Wahpeton Storm to a victory over the Worthington Trojans. Her teammate, Reagan Wohlers, finished with two goals and four assists. Karsyn Neppl, Ashlyn Wohlers, and Anabel Paush all scored a goal apiece. The Storm had 16 saves on goal.

Worthington’s Riley Nickel, Makenna Nickel, and Kessey Aljets ended all with a goal apiece. The Trojans had 43 saves on goal.

Breckenridge/Wahpeton 1 3 4 --8


Worthington 0 2 1 -- 3

Boys basketball 

Windom Area 92, Adrian/Ellsworth 48

WINDOM -- Dylan Serreyn scored 28 points to lead the Windom Eagles to a win over the Adrian/Ellsworth Dragons. Abe McKibbin finished with 26 points and Henry Erickson had 14 points.

Windom 56 92

A/E 31 48

W-WG 81, RRC 50

WESTBROOK -- Kole Curry scored 15 points, Judson Jenniges and Austin Parker scored 14 points apiece, Cole Vande Wiele had 13 and Brady Ross chipped in with 11 as Westbrook-Walnut Grove defeated Red Rock Central.


Parker also had six rebounds. Dan Kleven had five rebounds and five assists. And Curry came up with four steals.

Isaac Simonson and Joe Strock scored 10 points each for RRC.

RRC 27 50

W-WG 45 81

Girls basketball

Marshall 80, JCC 52

MARSHALL -- Ashleign Steinbach scored 23 points to lead Marshall to a win over Jackson County Central. Marshall had 10 3-pointers for the game and Steinbach connected on seven of them.

Sadie Voss scored 21 points for Jackson County Central while Kylee Wenzel had 15 points and nine rebounds. Maci Farmer ended up with 10 points and five rebounds.

Marshall 45 80

JCC 26 52

MLA/C 55, W-WG 45

MOUNTAIN LAKE -- Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey’s Brooke Naas scored 24 points to help her team to a win against Westbrook-Walnut Grove. Teammate Jaci Tollefson finished with 12 points.

WWG’s Amelia Sikel scored 15 points and Isabel Klumper had 14 points.

MLA/C 25 55

W-WG 27 45

SWC 66, H-BC 55

HILLS -- Southwest Minnesota Christian led by only a point, 33-32, at halftime, but outscored host Hills-Beaver Creek by 10 in the second half to prevail.

Makenna Moss scored 21 points, Rylie Fey had 19 and Ana Veldkamp 12 for the Eagles. Kierra Binford dished five assists, Mackenzie Pap had three steals, and Moss had 10 rebounds.

SWC 33 66

H-BC 32 55

RRC 57, HL-O/F 43
LAMBERTON — Gaining a 43-28 advantage in rebounding, Red Rock Central beat Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda.
Karli Arkell scored 24 points for RRC while teammates Lilly Stavnes and Sondra Rindfleisch added 13 and 11, respectively.

Edgerton 52, MCC 36
SLAYTON — Alyda Vande Griend scored 17 points and Reece Wassink had 14 as Edgerton Public topped Murray County Central.
Emily Rohrer scored 16 points for the Rebels.

What To Read Next
Luverne is seeded No. 1 in the upcoming Section 3A girls high school hockey tournament and Worthington is seeded sixth.
Participating teams are Becker, Benson, Big Lake, Byron, Detroit Lakes, Mankato West, Melrose, New London-Spicer, St. Peter, and Worthington.
The Worthington Trojans boys basketball team played exceptional defense against Canistota, surrendering a mere 11 points in the first half.
Outstanding outside shooting helped the Eagles beat Worthington in Worthington, 82-68