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Saturday sports roundup: DeKam joins 1,000-point club

GIRLS BASKETBALL SWC 90, Dawson-Boyd 48 EDGERTON -- Senior forward Brooklyn DeKam became the seventh Southwest Christian girls basketball player to join the 1,000-point club Saturday when she tallied 34 points in a 90-48 victory over Dawson-Boyd....

GIRLS BASKETBALL SWC 90, Dawson-Boyd 48 EDGERTON -- Senior forward Brooklyn DeKam became the seventh Southwest Christian girls basketball player to join the 1,000-point club Saturday when she tallied 34 points in a 90-48 victory over Dawson-Boyd.

Teammates Jazlynn Prins with 13 points, Sommer Schaap with 11 and Emily Nerem with 10 aided the cause. Prins added six rebounds and five assists and Nerem had eight rebounds and 10 assists.

The win pushed Southwest to 8-2 on the season.

Dawson-Boyd 21 48

Southwest Christian 47 90

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Luverne 63, W-WG 28 WESTBROOK -- Outscoring Westbrook-Walnut Grove 36-13 in the first half, the Luverne Cardinals eased past the Chargers.

Joci Oye led the attack with 18 points. Brooklynn Ver Steeg scored 12 points.

Grace Woelber paced W-WG with 10 points.

Luverne 36 63

Westbrook-Walnut Grove 13 28

JCC 53, Pipestone Area 42

PIPESTONE -- Alaina Wolff had nine rebounds and five assists to go along with her 19 points as Jackson County Central took down Pipestone Area.

Molly Brinkman added 15 points, seven rebounds and four steals for the Huskies while going 10-for-10 from the free throw line in the second half. Laurin Murphy scored 12 points.

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The win pushed JCC to 8-4 on the season.

Mandi Miller totaled 13 points for Pipestone Area.

Jackson County Central 25 53

Pipestone Area 12 42

  Wabasso 51, RRC 33 LAMBERTON -- Wabasso proved too much for host Red Rock Central. The Rabbits won both halves to eclipse the Falcons by 18.

Wabasso 25 51

Red Rock Central 16 33

BOYS BASKETBALL W-WG 73, Luverne 45 WESTBROOK -- Andrew Quade scored 18 points as the Westbrook-Walnut Grove Chargers rolled past Luverne 73-45 in a high school boys basketball game on Saturday.

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The Chargers outscored Luverne 46-14 in the first half, getting all the points they needed for a victory.

Derek Lundgren scored 12 points for Luverne.

Luverne 14 45

Westbrook-Walnut Grove 46 73

RRC 63, Wabasso 51

LAMBERTON -- Red Rock Central moved to 7-2 on the season as Brady Rasmussen scored 24 points and made eight steals. Spencer Halland added 18 points with five rebounds.

Cooper Taylor scored 19 points for Wabasso. The Rabbits converted 10 3-point shots in the game.

Wabasso 28 51

RRC 30 63

Pipestone Area 72, JCC 67

PIPESTONE -- Tyl Woelber had 16 points, Carter Colemer had 15, Josh Tinklenberg had 12 and Cole Zephier 10 as Pipestone Area defeated Big South Conference opponent Jackson County Central.

JCC put three players in double figures: Rudy Voss with 18 points, Jordan Hassing with 15 and Dominic Bargfrede with 13.

Pipestone Area hit on five 3-point shots while JCC made nine.

Jackson County Central 32 67

Pipestone Area 41 72

WRESTLING Koda Classic Duals FARMINGTON -- The Pipestone Area Arrows wrestling team beat Winona 42-31, lost to Rochester Mayo 46-36, tied Stillwater 37-37 and beat Farmington 36-33 at the Koda Classic Duals in Farmington.

State champion Michael Suda won all four of his matches, winning by fall at 0:43, 1:38 and 0:17 in his first three matches at 132 pounds, then winning 3-2 at 126 against Farmington.

The Arrows’ other state champ, Hunter Burnett, won by fall in 2:32, by 14-6 major decision and by fall in 3:46 at 138 and 132 pounds. He won his other match by forfeit.

Rick Lee Duals

BEMIDJI -- Tracy-Milroy-Balaton/Westbrook-Walnut Grove stayed busy at the Rick Lee Duals in Bemidji over the weekend.

T-M-B/W-WG started with a 46-21 win over Badger-GB-MR, then beat Moorhead 51-18, lost to Frazee 44-16, beat Brainerd 34-29, beat Detroit Lakes 43-19 and beat Ottertail Central 31-26.

Anthony Axford won all six of his matches.

 

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