Thursday sports roundup: Pipestone Area edges Windom/ML in wrestling showdown

Thursday high school sports roundup:

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Thursday high school sports roundup:


Marshall Triangular

MARSHALL -- Adrian/Ellsworth wound up on the losing end of its bout with host Marshall, 55-16, but the Dragons posted a closer score against Redwood Valley, losing 43-35.

A/E’s Brayan Anaya scored a 7-2 win over Marshall’s Brett Regnier at 120 pounds while Isaac Bullerman pinned Lukas Stelter in 3:36 at 152, Quentin Wolf won a 16-5 major decision over Mitchell Bouwman at 170, and Roberto Hernandez beat the Tigers’ Keiton Walerius 6-3 at 220.


In the Redwood Valley dual, Dragons Anaya (120), Breyer Hieronimus (138), Wolf (170) and Hernandez all won by fall. Bullerman (160) and Preston Nelson (195) earned decisions.

Pipestone Triangular

PIPESTONE -- In a triangular in Pipestone, Minneota defeated Windom/Mountain Lake 52-17 and host Pipestone Area edged W/ML 41-36.

Against Minneota, the Cobras won at 138 pounds (Caden Swoboda a technical fall over Eli Gruenes), at 145 (Kade Sammons in a 6-5 decision over Zach Fier), 160 (Trenton Renquist 12-8 over Branden Johnson) and 182 (Micah Holmberg in a fall over Conner Sik).

In the Pipestone Area-W/ML dual, the Cobras took a 36-35 lead when at 220 pounds Cyrus Bjorklund pinned the Arrows’ Darius Backer. But at heavyweight, the Arrows’ Jaden Hoss pinned the Cobras’ Alex Altman in 1:25 to clinch the team victory.

Girls basketball

SWC 71, Adrian/Ellsworth 23

EDGERTON -- Rylie Fey scored 15 points and Cybil Vander Top had 13 as Southwest Minnesota Christian pounced on Red Rock Conference rival Adrian/Ellsworth.


Ella Veldkamp had seven rebounds and six points, and Maren Nerem had five rebounds and nine points. Morgan Pap, who contributed eight points, came up with five steals, as did Veldkamp.

The Eagles shot 48.8 percent from the field, compared to Adrian/Ellsworth’s 33 percent.

SWC made nine of 19 3-point attempts.

Adrian/Ellsworth 14 23

Southwest Christian 41 71

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