Tuesday sports roundup: W-WG tips Windom 75-69 in boys basketball

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Boys basketball

W-WG 75, Windom Area 69

WESTBROOK -- In a battle of two non-conference boys basketball programs with histories of excellence, Westbrook-Walnut Grove out-pointed Windom Area by six.

Kole Curry scored 27 points for the Chargers, and teammate Hudsen Jenniges made three 3-point shots en route to 18 points. Dan Kleven added 13 counters.


Henry Erickson scored 26 points for Windom Area. Abe McKibbin had 22 points, helped by four 3-point makes. Grayson Elder scored nine points on three 3-pointers in the second half.

Kleven had 15 rebounds for W-WG.

The Chargers connected on 18 of 26 free throws to Windom Area’s 13 of 18.

Luverne 74, H-BC 39

HILLS -- Carter Sehr scored 22 points to lead the Luverne Cardinals to a victory over the Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots. Gannon Ahrendt finished with 18 points.

Brock Harnack scored 19 points for the Patriots.

Luverne 40 74

HBC 24 39


Girls Basketball

JCC 74, Windom Area 64

JACKSON -- In a contest that had many lead changes, Jackson County Central went on a 13-0 run at the end of the game to prevail by 10.

Maci Farmer scored 34 points while getting 12 rebounds, seven assists and eight steals for JCC. Rylie Cother and Kylee Wenzel both scored 15 points for the Huskies. Cother had 13 of her 15 points in the second half. Wenzel finished with nine rebounds.

Alivia Letcher tallied 22 points and Hadley Sammons 12 for Windom Area.

Windom Area 31 64

JCC 32 74

W-WG 60, HLO/F 20


OKABENA -- Izzy Klumper scored 24 points to lead the Westbrook-Walnut Grove Chargers to a victory over the Heron Lake-Okabena/ Fulda Coyotes. Amelia Sikel had 12 points.

HLO/F’s Anna Fest scored 9 points for the Coyotes.

WWG 35 60

HLO/F 17 20

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SWC 53, MLA/C 24

EDGERTON -- Madyson Fey scored 17 points to lead Southwest Christian in a win against Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey. Jocelyn Barron had 12 points and Makenna Moss ended with nine points for the winners.

Brooke Naas scored nine points for MLA/C and teammate Jaci Tollefson scored eight.

MLA/C 9 24

SW Christian 28 53

H-BC 55, MCC 52

SLAYTON -- Olivia Deelstra scored 14 points to lead the Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots to a victory over the Murray County Central Rebels. Layla Deelstra finished with 12 points.

MCC’s Abbey Overman scored 12 points and Casey Miller ended with 10 points.

HBC 24 55

MCC 16 52

Adrian/Ellsworth 61, RRC 38

LAMBERTON -- Sadie Krahling poured in 16 points and Maddie Wagner scored 10 as Adrian/Ellsworth defeated Red Rock Central. Both players also pulled down nine rebounds.

Sondra Rindfleisch had 18 points and 12 rebounds for RRC, and teammate Emily DeCock added 10 points.

Girls hockey

Luverne 17, Austin 1

LUVERNE -- The Luverne Cardinals left no doubt about which was the better team on this night. Paula Martinez and Izzy Steensma both had hat tricks in the blowout of Austin, and Kamryn Van Batavia and Tenley Behr both had two goals. Ella Apel, Greta McClure, Payton Behr, Macie Edstrom, Ellisyn Van Batavia, Mallory Nelson and Kassidy Saarloos each had single goals.

Luverne put 53 shots on goal while Austin had just seven.

Austin 0 1 0 -- 1

Luverne 4 9 4 -- 17

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T-M-B 60, Windom/ML 23

TRACY -- In a triangular meet, Tracy-Milroy-Balaton drubbed Windom/Mountain Lake 60-23.

Windom/ML had four individual victories. Matthew Voehl won by 17-2 technical fall at 113 pounds, Preston Xayachak won by fall in 1:19 at 120, Tucker Renquist won by fall at 4:16 at 138, and Montgomery Bjorklund won by fall in 3:21 at 160.

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