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Tuesday roundup: Albert Lea clips Trojans 6-1 in girls hockey; boys beat Redwood Valley

Tuesday night high school sports roundup:

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Worthington Trojans MaKenna Nickel (2) drives between Albert Lea Tigers defenders Esther Yoon (3) and ZizI Willett (7) during a Tuesday night game at the Worthington Ice Arena.Tim Middagh / The Globe
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Tuesday night high school sports roundup:

Girls hockey

Albert Lea 6, Worthington 1

WORTHINGTON -- Kessey Aljets scored the only goal for Worthington with an assist from Marin Pederson in a Tuesday night girls hockey loss to Albert Lea at the Worthington Ice Arena. The Trojans had 13 shots while the Tigers had 21 shots on goal.

The loss comes three days after the Trojans defeated Morris-Benson 8-7 in Worthington on Saturday after trailing at one point, 6-0.

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Worthington goes to a 2-9 record for the season. The Trojans will play in a Mankato holiday tournament Dec. 28 and 29, opening on the 28th against Rochester Mayo.

Albert Lea 2 2 2 -- 6

Worthington 1 0 0 -- 1

Boys hockey

Worthington 6, Redwood Valley 4

REDWOOD FALLS -- Konner Honius scored three goals, Blake Luinenburg had two and Alec Langerud had another as the Worthington High School boys bested host Redwood Valley.

Langerud also was credited with three assists.

Both teams scored a goal apiece in the first period and two goals in the second. Worthington scored the first three goals in the third period to take a 6-2 advantage.

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The Trojans out-shot Redwood Valley 65-27.

Worthington 1 2 3 -- 6

Redwood Valley 1 2 1 -- 4

Gymnastics

New Ulm Triangular

NEW ULM -- Hali Bullerman won the all-round and Mekyla Nystrom was second as the Worthington Trojans outscored St. James Area and host New Ulm in a triangular meet. The Trojans scored 141.175 points, New Ulm had 136.625 and St. James Area had 102.225.

Bullerman and Nystrom tied for first on the uneven parallel bars with scores of 9.0. Bullerman also won the floor competition (9.15) and finished in a three-way tie with Nystrom and New Ulm’s Kayla Goblirsch (9.25) in the vault.

Worthington’s Olivia Barber and Cristy Banegas finished 2-3 on floor with 9.075 and 9.035 scores. Barber won the balance beam competition with a 9.175 and Bristow was second with an 8.975.

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Bullerman and Nystrom’s scores in the all-around were 35.775 and 35.4 respectively. New Ulm’s Emma Radloff was third in the all-around with 31.75.

Wrestling

JCC 54, Marshall 19

MARSHALL -- The Jackson County Central wrestling team overcame a 10-0 deficit to dominate the host Marshall Tigers.

Falls for the Huskies were recorded by Benjamin Dahlin at 120 pounds over Brayden Chandler, Thomas Freking at 145 pounds over Aidan Mattison, Dylan Withers at 160 over Matthew Her, Payton Handevidt at 170 over Tucker Fiene, Matthew Haley at 182 over Lukas Stelter, Caleb Vancura at 195 over Gavin Schaefer, William Freking at 220 over Keiton Walerius and Cameron Scholten at 285 over Caleb Witte.

Boys Basketball

MCC 59, H-BC 45

HILLS -- MCC’s Christian Tentinger scored 15 points to lead the Rebels to a victory over the Patriots. His teammate Tanner Graphenteen finished with nine points. Aidan Dierks, Derek Kluis, Nate Kleven, and Chant Mitchell scored eight points apiece.

HBC’s Cole Baker scored 14 points and Drew Leenderts had 10 points. Troy Durst finished with nine points.

MCC 29 59

HBC 24 45

W-WG 66, Edgerton 41

WESTBROOK -- Cole VanDeWiele scored 26 points to lead Westbrook-Walnut Grove to a win over Edgerton. Dan Kleven finished with 17 points and Kole Curry ended with 12 points with nine assists and six steals. Austin Parker had 11 rebounds. WWG was 11 of 23 from 3 point range.

Edgerton’s Jacob Fisher scored 28 points and Aiden Bootsma had eight points.

WWG 49 66

Edgerton 23 41

Adrian/Ellsworth 66, RRC 45

ELLSWORTH -- Peyton Lewis scored 27 points to lead the Adrian/Ellsworth Dragons against the Red Rock Central Falcons. Brock Henning scored 14 points and Dawson Krahling scored 10 points.

RRC’s Isaac Simonson finished with 16 points and Joseph Strock had 18 points.

A/E 30 66

RRC 23 45

MLA/C 61, HL-O/F 54

MOUNTAIN LAKE -- Trailing 31-27 at the half, Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey outscored Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda 34-23 in the second half to win.

Damon Khamvongsa led the winners with 23 points. Colby Kremmin and Kody Wassman both added 11 points, and Kremmin had six rebounds.

Sawyer Drent with 21 points and Trevor King with 17 paced HL-O/F.

HL-O/F 31 54

MLA/C 27 61

Girls Basketball

HLO/F 61, Cedar Mountain 54

OKABENA -- Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda’s Chrissy Hermeling scored 14 points with four rebounds and two steals to secure a victory over Cedar Mountain. Anna Fest finished with 14 points and seven rebounds and Emily Madison scored 13 points with four rebounds and two steals. Taryn Evers ended with seven points, six rebounds, and three steals. Addison Fisher finished with six points and six rebounds.

Megan Sandgren from Cedar Mountain scored 15 points.

HLO/F 30 61

Cedar Mountain 32 54

JCC 86, Pipestone Area 65

JACKSON -- Sadie Voss had a big game for Jackson County Central, scoring 39 points including 27 in the second half as her Huskies defeated Big South Conference rival Pipestone Area. Voss also made six steals and six assists.

Teammate Maci Farmer scored 27 points with nine rebounds and five assists, and another Huskie, Georgianna Wenzel, had 13 rebounds to go along with her six points.

Aubrea Kor led PA with 30 points.

Pipestone Area 25 65

JCC 36 86

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Worthington trojans Kessey Aljets (13) is congratulated by Marin Pederson (7) after a score on Albert Lea Tigers goalie Rachel Doppelhammer Tuesday night game. Tim Middagh / The Globe

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