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High School Roundup

December 11, 2010
Marshall Independent

Area Boys Basketball

Lakeview 52, KMS 38

Lakeview's Cody Rykus had a team-high 13 points, four assists and four steals, pushing the Lakers over Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg in Camden Conference play 52-38 in Cottonwood.

Nate Mauland finished with 10 points and five blocks, and Jamie Unke had six points and nine rebounds.

Winning its season opener, Lakeview hosts Dawson-Boyd on Tuesday.

KMS (38)

Jonah Johnson 5 1-3 11, Sam Grace 4 0-2 8, Blake Hagen 5 0-0 10, Michael Jahn 1 1-3 3, Dylan Smith 3 0-0 6. Totals 18 2-8 38. Three-Pointers 0 Rebounds 26 (Hagen 11) Turnovers 19 Total Fouls 10.

Lakeview (52)

Derek Larsen 2 0-0 4, Jamie Unke 3 0-0 6, Cody Rykus 6 0-2 13, Brady Enstad 4 0-0 8, Nathan Mauland 4 2-2 10, Jory Bussuyt 3 2-4 8, Daniel Bakker 1 0-0 3. Totals 23 4-8 52. Three-Pointers 2 Rebounds 41 (Unke 9, Bossuyt 8) Assists 10 (Rykus 4) Steals 12 (Rykus 4) Blocks 8 (Mauland 5) Turnovers 18 Total Fouls 11.

Halftime Score: Lakeview 20, KMS 18.

Canby 65, Lincoln HI 37

Canby's Chad Blackwelder was flawless from the field on Friday, going 11-of-11 to finish with a game-high 27 points in the Lancers' 65-37 Camden Conference win over Lincoln HI in Canby. Blackwelder also grabbed 15 rebounds in the win.

Brandon Grengs nearly had a double-double for the Lancers with 17 points and eight assists.

Leading the Rebels in scoring was Dan Paluch, who finished with nine, while Matt Pavek finished with eight.

At 2-0 overall, Canby hosts Russell-Tyler-Ruthton on Tuesday, while Lincoln HI (0-1) hosts Tracy-Milroy-Balaton.

Lincoln HI (37)

Matt Pavek 3 2-5 8, Cody Ness 0 3-4 3, Brandon Stynski 0 1-2 1, Mike Dwire 1 1-2 3, Joey Bednarek 0 3-8 3, Dan Paluch 3 2-5 9, Jeremy Blegan 3 0-2 6, Dion Nelson 2 0-0 4. Totals 12 12-28 37. Three-Pointers 1 Rebounds 16 Turnovers 23 Total Fouls 20.

Canby (65)

Brandon Grengs 5 6-9 17, Michael Slaba 1 2-2 4, Nate Stafki 2 0-0 4, Chad Blackwelder 11 5-8 27, Jordan Holmlund 1 0-0 2, Ben Kamrath 2 2-2 6, Jamie Schlect 0 3-6 3, Kyle Devos 1 0-0 2. Totals 23 18-27 65. Three-Pointers 1 Rebounds 32 (Blackwelder 15) Assists 15 (Grengs 8) Steals 17 Blocks 1 (Blackwelder) Turnovers 19 Total Fouls 21.

Halftime Score: Canby 27, Lincoln HI 13.

Buffalo Lake-Hector 72, Wabasso 67

Dylan Bock's 22 points were not enough for Wabasso to overcome Ben Maiers and Buffalo Lake-Hector, as the Rabbits fell 72-67 in a Tomahawk Conference game Friday in Wabasso.

Maiers was the game's leading scorer, finishing with 28 points. Cole Witter added 18 for the Mustangs.

Aaron Brau had 14 points and four assists for Wabasso, and Daniel Goblisch added 10 points.

With the loss, the Rabbits fall to 0-1 in the Tomahawk, 0-2 overall. Wabasso hosts Sleepy Eye Saint Mary's on Monday.

Buffalo Lake-Hector (72)

Ben Maiers 28, Cole Witter 18.

Wabasso (67)

Dalton Salfer 1 2-3 4, Dylan Bock 8 6-6 22, Aaron Brau 3 7-12 14, Cole McKeown 3 2-2 9, Taylor Zuehlsdorf 0 1-2 1, Kenric Baune 2 3-4 7, Daniel Goblisch 5 0-1 10. Totals 22 22-30 67. Three-Pointers 2 Rebounds 30 (Zuehlsdorf 9) Assists 13 (Baune 4, Brau 4) Steals 14 (Bock 6) Blocks 4 (Goblisch 2) Turnovers 15 Total Fouls 30.

Halftime Score: Buffalo Lake-Hector 38, Wabasso 37.

Ellsworth 79, RRC 44

The second-ranked Ellsworth boys basketball team outrebounded host Red Rock Central 41-16 in a 79-44 victory Friday night.

Casey Schilling had a great all-around game for Ellsworth, scoring a game-high 28 points with 11 rebounds and five assists.

RRC got 12 points from Tyler Erickson and 11 points from Daniel Maras in the loss.

Ellsworth improves to 4-0 with the win, while RRC drops to 0-3. The Falcons will play again Thursday at Round Lake-Brewster.

Ellsworth (79)

Nick Nolte 3 0-0 8, Lucas Werner 1 0-0 2, Dalton Huisman 8 2-2 20, Casey Schilling 12 3-4 28, Daniel Kramer 1 0-0 2, Travis Kvaale 6 1-2 13, Drew Cheskie 3 0-0 6 Totals 34 6-9 79. Three-pointers 5 Rebounds 41 (Schilling 11) Assists 16 (Schilling 5) Steals 11 Blocks 0 Turnovers 13 Total Fouls 11.

RRC (44)

Tyler Eickson 5 1-2 12, Andrew Engen 2 0-0 5, Jeff DeCock 4 0-0 8, Daniel Maras 4 3-5 11, Dylan Bunting 1 0-0 2, Henry Rogotzke 3 0-0 6 Totals 19 4-7 44. Three-pointers 2 Rebounds 16 (Maras 6) Assists 13 (DeCock 3, Maras 3) Steals 7 (DeCock 3) Blocks 4 (Maras 2) Turnovers 18 Total Fouls 14.

Halftime Score: Ellsworth 49, RRC 24.

WWG 61, Adrian 53

Westbrook-Walnut Grove built on its one-point halftime lead to come away with a 61-53 victory Friday night at Adrian.

WWG had four players score in double figures in the game. Aaron Theisen led the way with 17 points and four steals. Jared Lindaman added 14 points, while Tyler Lindaman and Jacob Comnick each had 11.

Kyle Kilgore paced the Dragons with a game-high 24 points in the losing effort.

WWG (2-1) will continue play Tuesday against Windom Area. Adrian drops to 0-3 with the loss.

WWG (61)

Taylor Lindaman 2 5-6 11, Jacob Comnick 5 1-2 11, John Elzenga 2 0-0 4, Aaron Theisen 6 4-5 17, Andrew Merrick 1 2-2 4, Jared Lindaman 5 3-5 14 Totals 21 15-20 61. Three-pointers 4 (T. Lindaman 2) Rebounds 22 (Comnick 8) Assists 12 (Theisen 4) Steals 5 (J. Lindaman 3) Blocks 3 (Comnick 3) Turnovers 9 Total Fouls 10.

Adrian (53)

Kody Henning 4 0-0 9, Ethan Olson 1 0-0 3, Tony Reisdorfer 0 2-2 2, Tyler Hornstein 4 0-1 8, Kyle Kilgore 10 4-5 24, Brandon Weidert 3 0-0 7 Totals 22 6-8 53. Three-pointers 3 Rebounds 24 Turnovers 12 Total Fouls 18.

Halftime Score: WWG 28, Adrian 53.

Area girls basketball

RTR 65, Lincoln HI 20

Russell-Tyler-Ruthton had three scorers in double digits, and the Knights' defense held Lincoln HI to seven second-half points in a 65-20 Camden Conference win Friday in Ivanhoe.

Wendy Andersen and Sam Schaefer each had 13 points for RTR, and Kendra Erickson added 10 points. Janae Minett added eight points, including a team-high two three-pointers.

The Rebels' leading scorer was Alicia Moen, who finished with six points. Emily Christensen patrolled the glass, grabbing 13 rebounds.

RTR (2-1 Camden, 2-2 overall) hosts Minneota on Friday, while Lincoln HI (0-4, 0-4) travels to Ellsworth on Monday.

RTR (65)

Kendra Erickson 5 0-0 10, Wendy Andersen 5 2-4 13, Leslie Willert 3 1-3 7, Kristin Knudsen 3 1-2 7, Sam Schaefer 6 0-0 13, Jenae Minett 3 0-0 8, Allison Pochardt 1 1-4 3, Brittni Peterson 0 4-6 4. Totals 26 9-19 65. Three-Pointers 4 (Minett 2). Totals Fouls 16.

Lincoln HI (20)

Alicia Moen 2 1-2 6, Taylor Ness 1 0-0 3, Chantell Nelson 1 0-1 2, Samantha Przymus 2 1-1 5, Malorie Midtaune 1 1-5 3, Morgan Citterman 0 1-2 1. Totals 7 4-11 20. Three-Pointers 2 Rebounds 30 (Emily Christensen 13) Assists 2 Steals 2 Blocks 0 Turnovers 25 Total Fouls 16.

Halftime Score: RTR 35, Lincoln HI 13.

YME 46, Morris Area 30

The Yellow Medicine East girls basketball team went to 3-0 on Friday after winning a West Central Conference game with Morris Area by a score of 46-30 in Morris.

Leading the way for the Sting was Emily Baker, who finished with a game-high 13 points. Angie Scheffler also scored in double digits, finishing with 10.

The Tigers' leading scorer was Sarah Kuhn, who had eight. Yellow Medicine East forced Morris Area into 26 turnovers.

Now 2-0 in the WCC, YME travels to Paynesville on Tuesday. Morris Area is 0-3 overall.

YME (46)

Teagan Gustafson 0 1-2 1, Gretchen Rigge 2 3-6 7, Steph Larson 3 0-0 7, Kylie Jans 3 0-0 6, Kendra Sanders 1 0-0 2, Emily Baker 6 1-1 13, Angie Scheffler 5 0-0 10. Totals 19 5-18 46. Three-Pointers 1 Rebounds 32 Assists 15 (Scheffler 4) Steals 15 Blocks 0 Turnovers 21 Total Fouls 15.

Morris Area (30)

Beth Holland 4, Kelsey Loew 5, Sarah Kuhn 8, Hannah Sayles 5, Erica Domnick 4, Erin Schieler 4. Totals 9 6-11 30. Three-Pointers 2 Rebounds 21 (Schieler 5 Assists 7 Steals 7 (Sayles 5) Blocks 0 Turnovers 26 Total Fouls 16.

Halftime Score: YME 20, Morris Area 13.

BL-H-S 64, Wabasso 48

Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart, the fifth-ranked team in Class A, outscored Wabasso 41-25 in the second half after being tied at the break to pull out a 64-48 victory Friday night in Hector.

Karlee Ilgen led BL-H-S with 17 points and Courtney Kramer added 12 in the win.

Wabasso's Kimberly Frank scored 16 points in the losing effort. Paige Pistulka added 11 points and 14 rebounds, while Ellen Franta had 10 points, four steals and two blocks.

Wabasso (2-1) will try to rebound from its first loss Monday at Sleepy Eye St. Mary's.

Wabasso (48)

Kimberly Frank 4 7-12 16, Paige Pistulka 4 3-4 11, Ellen Franta 3 3-5 10 Taylor Doubler 1 2-2 4, Shawna Rogotzke 1 0-0 2, Hillary Kletscher 1 0-0 2, Chelsey Guetter 1 0-0 2, Alonna Baune 0 1-3 1 Totals 5 16-26 48. Three-pointers 2 Rebounds 39 (Pistulka 14) Assists 7 (Baune 3) Steals 13 (Franta 4) Blocks 3 (Franta 2) Turnovers 22 Total Fouls 17.

BL-H-S (64)

Scoring: Karlee Ilgen 17, Courtney Kramer 12, Tori Swanson 10.

Halftime Score: BL-H-S 23, Wabasso 23.

KMS 67, D-B 58

Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg remains unbeaten after defeating Dawson-Boyd 67-58 in a Camden Conference game Friday night.

KMS got 15 points from Samantha Dunn and 12 points from Ashley Carlson in the win.

The Blackjacks were led by Whitney Hermanson's 14 points and two blocks. Kelsey Jurgenson added 13 points, 10 rebounds and a pair of steals.

Dawson-Boyd (0-2) will try to pick up its first win Tuesday at home against MACCRAY.

Dawson-Boyd (58)

Whitney Hermanson 7 0-2 14, Kelsey Jurgenson 5 0-2 13, Mariah Kuhlman 2 5-10 10, Kendra Lindblad 2 2-2 8, Sara Zaiser 3 1-2 8, Mari Lee 1 1-1 3, Nicole Jurgenson 1 0-0 2 Totals 21 9-19 58. Three-pointers 8 (K. Jurgenson 3) Rebounds 36 (K. Jurgenson 10) Assists 19 (Lindblad 7) Steals 7 (Lindblad 2, K. Jurgenson 2) Blocks 4 (Hermanson 2) Turnovers 20 Total Fouls 25.

KMS (67)

Scoring: Samantha Dunn 15, Ashley Carlson 12, Brooke Carlson 9, Tracy Braaten 8, Shelby Swanson 6, Katelyn Lottman 6, Ellen Johnson 5, Brielle Hauge 4, Ali Clark 2 Totals 24 17-28 67. Rebounds 49 Assists 15 Steals 11 Blocks 0 Turnovers 16 Total Fouls 14.

Halftime Score: KMS 36, Dawson-Boyd 29.

 
 

 

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