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Thursday sports roundup: Ross leads W-WG boys basketball team

BOYS BASKETBALL W-WG 70, Sleepy Eye 54 SLEEPY EYE -- Anthony Ross had a double-double, scoring 17 points and pulling down 10 rebounds as he led Westbrook-Walnut Grove to a victory against Sleepy Eye in Thursday high school boys basketball play. T...

BOYS BASKETBALL

W-WG 70, Sleepy Eye 54

SLEEPY EYE -- Anthony Ross had a double-double, scoring 17 points and pulling down 10 rebounds as he led Westbrook-Walnut Grove to a victory against Sleepy Eye in Thursday high school boys basketball play. The Chargers’ other top scorers were Andrew Quade (17), Tyson Elzenga (8), Kyle Kuehl (8), and Parker Freeburg (8).

Zach Haala and Ben Laffen both scored 11 points for the Indians.

W-WG improves to 7-3 and plays its next game on friday against conference opponent Heron-Lake Okabena.

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W-WG 36 70

Sleepy Eye 23 54

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Ellsworth 54, Fulda 48

ELLSWORTH - Kallie Chapa scored 16 points and Devin Dreesen and Ashlyn Meester added 12 points each as the Panthers rallied past Fulda in the second half.

 

The visiting Raiders led 23-19 at the break, but Ellsworth outscored Fulda 35-25 in the second half and made their free throws down the stretch to earn the win. Morgan Dreesen was also a key contributor to the triumph, as she pulled down 10 rebounds.

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Khloe Gehl had 14 points to lead Fulda, while Camryn Baumhoefner added 11.

 

Fulda 23 48

Ellsworth 19 54

 

Marshall 56, Windom Area 32

WINDOM -- Marshall improved to 13-3 overall and 9-0 in Big South Conference play after beating Windom Area. Freshman Jordyn Hilgemann was the night’s top scorer, as she had 20 points for the Tigers.

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The Eagles were led by Shelby Erickson, who finished with 12 points, and Autumn Hauge, who scored 10 points.

Windom 16 32

Marshall 32 56

 

Adrian 51, MCC 46

ADRIAN -- Hannah Bullerman had a game-high 18 points as she led Adrian in its home win against Murray County Central. Teammates Lexi Slater and Avery Balster added nine and eight points, respectively, for the Dragons.

The Rebels top scorers were Rachel Van Iperen (14), Amanda Muecke (11), and Montana Beckmann (eight).

The Dragons shot 43 percent on field goals, while the Rebels struggled and shot just 29 percent.

Adrian 33 51

MCC 29 46

 

Edgerton 52, MLA 32

EDGERTON -- Edgerton was able to slip away from Mountain Lake Area in the second half. Senior Chynna Berning had a double-double, scoring 17 points and pulling down 10 rebounds for the Flying Dutchmen. Paetyn Smith added 10 points for Edgerton.

Taylor Naas and Jeneel Rodney led the Wolverines with 10 and eight points, respectively.

Edgerton 23 52

MLA 18 32

 

GYMNASTICS

JCC 137.75, Luverne 127.475

LUVERNE - Jackson County Central’s Brooklyn Schuett took first place on the vault and bars and also captured the all-around competition as the Huskies earned a meet win.

 

Schuett won the vault with a score of 9.175 and was on top on the floor with a 9.275 She also placed second on both the bars (7.95) and the beam (9.1) and earned an all-around score of 35.4. Teammate Abby Schneekloth was the first-place finisher on bars (8.35) and beam (9.225).

 

Hailey Handevidt, who placed second on the vault (9.025), was also second in all-around (33.25). Sydney Sadusky took second on the floor for JCC (9.1), while Huskies Kendell Kapplinger (7.925) and Kenzie Luebben (9.0) were third on the bars and floor, respectively.

 

Meghan Witte was third on the vault (8.875) and all-around (33.175) for Luverne. The Cardinals’ Madigan Flom was third on the beam (8.3).

 

BOYS HOCKEY

Luverne 9, Redwood Valley 0

LUVERNE -- Seven different players scored Luverne’s nine goals as it won its conference game against Redwood Valley.

Luverne had four first-period goals and five second-period goals. Lighting the lamp for Luverne were Kasyn Kruse (two goals), Tyler Roberts (two goals) and Declan Beers, Nick Harder, Ben Serie, Colby Crabtree and Gage Nath (one goal each). Mark Sterrett and Kruse each had two assists.

Luverne scored on its one and only power-play attempt. Luverne outshot Redwood Valley 41-14.

Redwood Valley 0 0 0 0

Luverne 4 5 0 9

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