Monday night high school sports roundup: Girls basketball H-BC 70, MLA/C 29 HILLS -- Senior Sidney Fick became Hills-Beaver Creek’s all-time scoring leader Monday night as her team roared past Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey, 70-29, in high school girls basketball. Fick tallied 27 points to surpass the 1,758 points accumulated by Halden Van Wyhe, who graduated about a decade ago.
BY AARON HAGEN The Globe WORTHINGTON -- The Worthington girls hockey team is gaining momentum at the right time. With just one regular season game left before the playoffs begin, the Trojans won their second game in a row with a 3-2 victory over Albert Lea on Monday night.
Ambulance 3:02 a.m. Monday: 600 block of Grand Avenue, Worthington. 10:04 a.m. Monday: 200 block of 11th Street, Worthington, male with chest pains. Crashes Jackson County Sheriff’s Office: vehicle in ditch (spun out on icy patch), 8:10 p.m. Friday, Jackson County 17 near state line.
WORTHINGTON -- Tonight's (Monday) high school girls varsity basketball game between Windom Area and Worthington is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. The junior varsity game begins at 6 p.m. Both games will be played at the Worthington High School gym.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa -- Braydon Johnson won three matches and Adam Rients won two for Minnesota West Saturday at the fourth annual Dave Edmonds Open at Morningside College. Johnson, of Janesville, went 3-2 at 157 pounds. Rients, from Waterville, went 2-2 at 157. Bluejays Chris Romero was 1-2 at 125. Rashawn Crumpler was 0-2 at 157. Isaac Rue was 0-2. Minnesota West head coach Bryan Cowdin said his wrestlers did well. "Rashawn and Chris wrestled hard and competed well and are really starting turning the corner," he said.
Ambulance 6:03 p.m. Friday: 300 block of Connecticut Avenue, Adrian, adult female wasn’t feeling well. Adrian Rescue and Ambulance dispatched. 7:20 a.m. Saturday: 280th Street and Oliver Avenue, Worthington, male hit in the head with a skid loader. 3:48 a.m. Sunday: 1300 block of Church Avenue, Worthington. Crashes
Saturday high school sports roundup: Girls basketball H-BC 65, W-WG 23 WESTBROOK -- In a Red Rock Conference matchup, Hills-Beaver Creek ran away from Westbrook-Walnut Grove in girls basketball. Sidney Fick had 22 points for the Patriots. Whitney Elbers and Kenadie Fick scored nine and eight, respectively. Grace Woelber put in nine for the Chargers.
BY AARON HAGEN The Globe WORTHINGTON -- The first time Rosie Melgoza was on the ice, the coaches told her she needed to stay in front of the net. At the end of the game, that advice paid off.
BY AARON HAGEN The Globe WORTHINGTON -- The Worthington boys hockey team found itself in a 3-0 hole early in the second period. But in a span of 52 seconds, that deficit was erased. However, Morris/Benson scored the next two and held on for a 5-4 victory Saturday afternoon.
MANKATO -- Worthington Trojans Oscar Galvez and Kyle Mullaney placed second in their weight classes Saturday at the nine-team Mankato East Tournament, and teammates Jaden Hennings, Brayden Donkersloot and Jacob Neuberger captured thirds. Galvez earned the silver at 106 pounds. In his final match, he was pinned in 1:12 by champion Jesse Potts of Fairmont/Martin County West.