Vande Griend atop leader board in Red Rock girls basketball

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Edgerton Public's Alyda Vande Griend leads Red Rock Conference girls basketball in scoring and rebounding, according to statistics compiled through Jan. 22.
Southwest Minnesota Christian owns an 8-1 league record, followed by Westbrook-Walnut Grove at 7-1, Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey 8-2, Edgerton Public 4-4, Hills-Beaver Creek 4-4, Adrian/Ellsworth 3-6, Murray County Central 2-6, Red Rock Central 2-6 and Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda 0-8.
Here are the top five individual players in scoring, rebounding and assists:

The Minnesota West men's basketball team was defeated by conference opponent Rochester Wednesday night. Bie Ruei had a big night with 26 points and four assists.
With two more players unavailable Wednesday, the Gophers had roughly half that roster max against Indiana at Williams Arena.
A showdown between two of the top-ranked Division III women's basketball teams went the way of No. 1 Wednesday night

Alyda Vande Griend, Edgerton, 18.6 ppg; Brooke Naas, Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey, 15.8; Isabel Klumper, Westbrook-Walnut Grove, 15.8; Sadie Krahling, Adrian/Ellsworth, 14.8; Madyson Fey, Southwest Minnesota Christian, 13.4.
Alyda Vande Griend, Edgerton, 14.4; Sondra Rindfleisch, Red Rock Central, 9.4; Olivia Deelstra, Hills-Beaver Creek, 8.4; Maddie Wagner, Adrian/Ellsworth, 8.1; Brooke Naas, Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey, 7.6.
Makenzie Pap, Southwest Christian, 4.4; Alyda Vande Griend, Edgerton, 3.4; Layla Deelstra, Hills-Beaver Creek, 3.4; Casey Miller, Murray County Central, 2.8; Abbie Harris, Hills-Beaver Creek, 2.7.

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