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Tuesday roundup: McKibben clinches it for Windom boys; W-WG girls, boys basketball teams win

Abe McKibben hit a 3-point shot to give his Windom Area boys basketball team a 65-62 victory over Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg in the Windom Holiday Boys basketball Tournament on Tuesday.

Abe McKibben hit a 3-point shot to give his Windom Area boys basketball team a 65-62 victory over Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg in the Windom Holiday Boys basketball Tournament on Tuesday.

Boys: Windom 65, K-M-S 62

McKibben finished with 14 points, and his game-winner put the Eagles in Wednesday's championship game against St. James Area.

Henry Erickson had 14 points and 13 assists for Windom. Dylan Serreyn added 13 points and 11 rebounds, and Josh Garrison had 11 points.

Girls: Edgerton 64, LQPV 54

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In Borch's Holiday Classic at Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall, Edgerton Public's Reece Wassink enjoyed a remarkable day. She scored 34 points as she connected on 12 of 15 field goals from 2-point range and one of three field goals from 3-point range. She also converted seven of eight free throws.

Girls: W-WG 53, Dawson-Boyd 40

Boys: W-WG 64, Wabasso 47

The Westbrook-Walnut Grove girls basketball team defeated Dawson-Boyd 53-40 at Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall on Tuesday, and the W-WG boys team beat Wabasso 64-47 in Westbrook.

Isabel Klumper scored 13 points while teammates Abby Wiggins and Amelia Sikel scored 12 and 11, respectively, in the girls game. Allison Estling tallied 13 points for Dawson-Boyd.

In the boys game, Westbrook-Walnut Grove outscored Wabasso 34-21 in the second half. Cole Van de Wiele finished with 26 points for the Chargers. Dan Kleven had 18 points while Austin Parker scored nine points with 11 rebounds.

Girls

Dawson-Boyd 13 40

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Westbrook-Walnut Grove 14 53

Boys

Wabasso 28 47

Westbrook-Walnut Grove 64

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