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Tuesday sports roundup: JCC, Windom Area girl hoopsters prevail

Tuesday’s high school sports roundup:

Tuesday’s high school sports roundup:

Girls basketball

JCC 76, PA 67

PIPESTONE - Sadie Voss had 31 points and 13 rebounds to lead Jackson County Central to a Big South Conference victory over Pipestone Area.

Sophomore guard Jaci Farmer scored 29 points and had 10 rebounds and four steals for JCC, which improved to 4-9. Voss also contributed four steals and three assists.

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Senior guard Jessa Reinert drained six 3-pointers and scored 20 points for Pipestone Area. Lauryn Smidt added 14 points for the Arrows.

Jackson County Central 46 76

Pipestone Area 33 67

Windom Area 73, Edgerton 40

WINDOM - Junior guard Kait Huska led a balanced attack with 18 points as Windom Area defeated the Edgerton Flying Dutchmen in a non-conference game.

Huska nailed six 3-pointers, five in the first half as the Eagles grabbed a 32-point at the break. Gracie Bucher had 15 points, Delaney Smith scored 13 and Allison Letcher added 13 for the Eagles.

Reece Wassink led Edgerton with 19 points. Addison Fleischman and Mirian Ockenga added six each.

Edgerton 13 40

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Windom Area 45 73

Boys Basketball

Marshall 69, Luverne 50

LUVERNE - Bailey Cowell scored 19 points and Gannon Ahrendt added 14, but the Luverne Cardinals fell to the powerful Marshall Tigers in a Big South Conference clash.

Marshall outscored Luverne 39-24 in the second half.

Josh Baker had five 3-pointers and scored 23 points for Marshall. Chase Douglas scored 16 and Bryce Lance added 11 points.

Luverne dropped to 10-3 on the season, while Marshall improved to 12-2.

Marshall 30 69

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Luverne 26 50

HLO-F 86, Wabasso 80 (ot)

FULDA - Eli Fest had 16 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists to spark Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda to an overtime victory over Wabasso.

Isaiah Schmid scored a game-high 21 points for the victorious Coyotes. Zach Thier added 16 points, and the Drent brothers - Sawyer and Carter - each scored 15 points. Sawyer had five 3-pointers, while Carter grabbed seven rebounds.

Wabasso 36 68 80

Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda 40 68 86

MCC 71, Adrian-Ells 40

ADRIAN - Senior guard Blake Schmitz had 19 points, six rebounds, three steals and three assists as Murray County Central defeated Adrian-Ellsworth in a Red Rock Conference game.

Colton Mitchell scored 10 points, while Dylan Johnson and Nate Kleven had nine apiece for the Rebels, now 8-4 and winners of four straight.

For Adrian-Ellsworth (1-12), Anthony Lenz scored 21 and Peyton Lewis added 12.

Sophomore guard Jaden Deacon had eight points, five rebounds and three steals for MCC.

Murray County Central 39 71

Adrian-Ellsworth 24 40

H-BC 68, MLA/C 63

MOUNTAIN LAKE -- Breaking away from a 60-60 tie at the end of regulation, Hills-Beaver Creek outscored Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey 8-3 in the overtime period to win.

Cole Baker finished with 30 points and Zander Wysong scored 24 for the winners.

Ethan Nickel with 24, Kolby Kremmin with 12 and Carter Olson with 10 led MLA/C.

H-BC 32 60 68

MLA/C 25 60 63

SWC 91, Edgerton 56

EDGERTON -- All 11 players scored for Southwest Minnesota Christian, and 15 3-pointers were made.

Dawson Rieck led the scoring flood with 20 points, and Carter Van Hulzen scored 12.

For Edgerton Public, Keegan Fey had 18 points, Gabe Gilbertson scored 10 and Mason Gilberton had nine.

Southwest Christian 47 91

Edgerton 29 56

W-WG 54, RRC 28

LAMBERTON - Senior center Coltin Pilaczynski scored 16 points and grabbed eight rebounds as Westbrook-Walnut Grove defeated Red Rock Central.

Nathan Kuehl and Hunter Lien scored eight points apiece, and Ethan Mischke dished out 10 assists as Westbrook-Walnut Grove improved to 11-3

Red Rock Central dropped to 5-9.

Westbrook-Walnut Grove 29 54

Red Rock Central 16 28

Wrestling

Arrows drop a pair

ST. PETER - Hudson Burnett and JJ Martens picked up two victories apiece, but the Pipestone Area wrestling team dropped a pair of dual matches Tuesday night.

St. Peter defeated the Arrows 54-19, while Fairmont knocked off PA 58-14.

In the dual with St. Peter, Pipestone received falls from Brayden Burmeister (106 pounds) and Burnett (113). Martens (120) and Nate Bobendrier (126) each won by decision for the Arrows.

Against Fairmont, Pipestone’s Jayden Hoss (Hwt) earned a pin. Burnett and Martens each picked up decisions.

Adrian/E, MCC earn wins

MADELIA - The Adrian/Ellsworth wrestling team picked up a pair of victories Tuesday, defeating Murray County Central/Fulda 58-24 and host Madelia-Truman-Martin Luther 65-12.

The MCC/Fulda wrestlers also defeated Madelia-Truman-Martin Luther, 70-5.

In the Adrian/Ellsworth victory over MCC/Fulda, the Dragons received victories from Moe Erdman (pin at 106), Jesse Bullerman (pin at 113), Breyer Hieronimus (pin at 138), Reese Morrison (pin at 145), Rilee Heidebrink (decision at 152), Isaac Bullerman (pin at 160), Quentin Wolf (pin at 170), Jaren Winselman (pin at 220) and Roberto Hernandez (pin at Hwt).

Earning on-mat victories for MCC/Fulda were Aiden Lorenzen (pin at 120) and Christian Kuball (pin at 182).

Torrin Clarke (113), Noah Mathiowetz (132), Quentin Lewis (138) and Carson Klein (160) earned wins for MCC/Fulda against Madelia-Truman. Adrian winners against the host Madelia-Truman squad included Jesse Bullerman (113), Bruce Farinella (120) and Isaac Bullerman (160).

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