Saturday Sports Area Roundup: Top-ranked Warroad beats Luverne 10-0 in girls hockey

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Luverne is seeded No. 1 in the upcoming Section 3A girls high school hockey tournament and Worthington is seeded sixth.
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Girls hockey

Warroad 10, Luverne 0

WAHPETON, N.D – The top ranked class 1A Warroad girls' hockey team defeated Luverne on Saturday. Warroad scored five goals in the first period.

Leading scorer for Warroad was Rylee Bartz with three goals. Warroad skaters with two goals were Kaiya Sandy, Tayla Hendrickson, and Kate Johnson.


Luverne had 17 shots on goal, Warroad had 47.

Warroad 5 2 3 – 10
Luverne 0 0 0 – 0

Minnesota River 7, Worthington 0

LE SUEUR – Callie Voeltz and Makenna Andresen scored two goals each for Minnesota River in a conference victory over Worthington.

Worthington had eight shots on goal, the Bulldogs had 46 shots on goal.

The Trojans held Minnesota River scoreless in the second period.

WHS will travel to play Austin on Tuesday.

Minnesota River 5 0 2 – 7
Worthington 0 0 0 – 0


Girls basketball

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
Minnesota West basketball teams split Saturday with visiting Golden Rams

Kasson-Mantorville 73, Worthington 41

KASSON – The Worthington Trojans girls basketball team season record fell to 2-9 with a loss on Saturday to out-of-conference Kasson-Mantorville.

Leading scorer for the Trojans was Newyouman Gora with 16 points. Janessa Hamann scored 10 points and had eight rebounds for WHS. Aisha Zeidi and Ellie Weg scored five points each. Weg had seven rebounds for WHS.

“We just couldn’t overcome a very cold shooting night,” said Worthington coach Jessica Hogan. “Credit goes to K-M defense.”

Worthington will travel to play Fairmont on Tuesday.

Kasson-Mantorville 38 73
Worthington 23 41

SWC 66, HL-O/F 22


OKABENA – 10 players scored for Southwest Christian as the Eagles defeated Red Rock Conference opponent Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda.

Leading scorer for SWC was Madyson Fey with 15 points. Lindsie Fick had 13 points and Makenna Moss scored 10 for the Eagles. Moss was the leading rebounder with 12 boards.

SWC Christian had a team total of 24 steals and 15 assists.

SWC 41 66
HL-O/F 13 22

Wabasso 54, RRC 36

WABASSO – Kelsey Frank scored 20 points for Wabasso in a victory over Red Rock Central.

Leading scorer for the Falcons was Alyssa Cowen with 10 points, and Reilly Hubin had eight points.

Avery Carlson scored 19 points for the Wabasso Rabbits.

Boys basketball

Luverne 60, Estelline-Hendricks 50

ESTELLINE, S.D. – Zero points in the second quarter sunk Estelline-Hendricks in a border battle basketball game against Luverne on Saturday afternoon.

Leading scorers for the Cardinals were Gannon Ahrendt and Carter Sehr with 23 points apiece. Gavin DeBeer scored 16 for Luverne.

Leading scorers for Estelline-Hendricks were Braxton Saathof and Joe McAninah with 12 points each. Mattix Harsman had 10 points.

Luverne improves its season record to 5-5. The Cardinals travel to Jackson County Central on Tuesday.

Luverne 13 35 47 60
Estelline-Hendricks 13 13 29 50

Boys hockey

Minnesota River 7, Worthington 1

LE SUEUR – Worthington falls to 1-8 on the season with a conference loss to Minnesota River. The Trojans host Austin on Tuesday.

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