SWC, H-BC girls win easily

Thursday night high school sports roundup:

Thursday night high school sports roundup:

Girls basketball

Southwest Christian 73, Edgerton 35

EDGERTON -- In a crosstown girls basketball rivalry, Southwest Minnesota Christian won going away.

The Eagles were balanced, as Maren Nerem scored 15 points, Rylie Fey had 14, Cybil Vander Top had 11, and Ella Veldkamp and Makenna Moss both had 10.


The winners made just three of 17 3-point tries, but they shot 41.3 percent from the field overall and converted 18 of 23 free throws.

Edgerton 19 35

Southwest Christian 41 73

H-BC 65, MLA/C 35

HILLS -- Though the Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots put plenty of distance between them and Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey, they'll have to put in some extra work at the free throw line in practice. They made just seven of 19 from the charity stripe in their victory.

Taryn Rauk led the winners (now 4-0) with 21 points. Kenadie Fick had 14. Lanae Elbers and Allie LaRock each scored seven. Abby Knobloch and Annie Bos had seven rebounds apiece.

Anika Fast and Haily Green scored nine each for MLA/C.

MLA/C 18 35


H-BC 37 65

Adrian/Ellsworth 73, MCC 69 (OT)

SLAYTON -- Adrian/Ellsworth outscored Murray County Central 14-10 in overtime to prevail in this Red Rock Conference outing. Marisa Lehnhoff scored 24 points, Julia Bullerman had 15 and Jayden Zebe contributed 14 for the Dragons. Bullerman also had 10 rebounds.

Bryn Hoekman with 17, Brynn Graphenteen with 12 and Emma Johnson with 11 led MCC.

Adrian/Ellsworth 27 59 73

MCC 22 59 69


TMB-WWG Triangular


TRACY -- Tracy-Milroy-Balaton/Westbrook-Walnut Grove defeated Pipestone Area 54-19 and BOLD 57-20.

Devin Carter (120), Jayden Torgeson (145), Jacob Meyer (152), Caden Johnson (182), Eathan Martinez (195) and Travis Willhite (220) all pinned their Pipestone Area opponents. Against BOLD, David Schuh (1131), Jeret Ankrum (126) and Noah Ortiz (170) pinned their opponents

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