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High school roundup

December 7, 2012
Marshall Independent

Area girls' basketball

Minneota 68, Canby 34

No players recorded double-doubles in Thursday night's girls' basketball game in Canby, but the fifth-ranked Minneota Vikings did manage to double up the score on their Camden Conference rivals for a 68-34 win.

Emily Stienessen and Taylor Reiss each had a game-high 19 points for the Vikings. Reiss was 9-for-11 from the free throw line, while Stienessen used eight field goals (including three 3-pointers) to reach her 19. Molly Hennen also reached double figures scoring for the Vikings (4-0 overall, 2-0 Camden Conference). Making 5 of 6 attempts from the line, Hennen ended the game with 11 points while also pulling down seven rebounds and picking up three assists.

Minneota made just 19 of 33 free throws during the win, but also managed 21 steals.

The Lancers were led offensively by Ricki Kallhoff's nine points and 10 rebounds. As a team the Lancers committed 29 turnovers and 25 fouls.

Canby will look to bounce back on Dec. 14 when the Lancers (1-1, 1-1) host Russell-Tyler-Ruthon. The Vikings meanwhile are back in action tonight as they travel to Granite Falls for a non-conference game against Yellow Medicine East.

Minneota (68)

Molly Hennen 2 5-6 11, Shelby Corbin 1 1-2 4, Emily Stienessen 8 0-0 19, Taylor Reiss 5 9-11 19, Kelsey Maeyaert 1 1-2 3, Megan Larson 1 2-3 4, Payton Boerboom 2 0-0 5 Michelle Jerzak 1 1-10 3. Totals 21 19-33 68. 3-Pointers 7 (Stienessen 3) Rebounds 30 (Jerzak 7, Hennen 7) Assists 15 (Corbin 4) Steals 21 (Maeyaert 4, Reiss 4) Blocks 1 Turnovers 13 Total Fouls 18.

Canby (34)

Brandi Merritt 3 0-0 8, Brittany Merritt 1 3-4 5, Morgan Merritt 2 0-0 5, Kristy Schmidt 1 1-1 3, Kaitlin Varcoe 1 0-0 2, Ricki Kallhoff 2 5-8 9, Kate Devos 1 0-0 2. Totals 11 9-13 34. 3-Pointers 3 (Brandi Merritt 2) Rebounds 22 (Kallhoff 10) Assists 7 (M. Merritt 3) Steals 5 (Brittany Merrit 2) Blocks 0 Turnovers 29 Total Fouls 25.

Halftime Score: Minneota 52, Canby 22.

TMB 57, Lincoln HI 24

A rough night at the line for both Tracy-Milroy-Balaton and Lincoln HI broke TMB's way in the end, as the Panthers girls' basketball team overcame 13 missed free throws to emerge from Ivanhoe with a 57-24 win Thursday. The Rebels missed 15 free throws and turned the ball over 36 times.

Cassie Hook's 17 points, including 3 of 4 from the foul, led all scorers and the Panthers to a victory in their first Camden Conference game of the season.

Morgan Citterman and KaLea Desmet each had six points to lead the Rebels and Citterman added 11 rebounds.

TMB (2-1 overall, 1-0 Camden Conference) returns to action on Tuesday for a road game against conference foe Russell-Tyler-Ruthton. The Rebels (0-2, 0-2) have an 11-day break before their next contest, a non-conference road trip to Ellsworth on Dec. 17.

TMB (57)

Cassie Hook 6 3-4 17, Kelli Soupir 3 0-1 6, Morgan Hoffbeck 0 3-7 3, Nichy Iverson 2 1-2 5, Sammie Gervais 3 2-3 8, Anna Peterson 2 0-1 4, Jessie Nelson 0 5-7 5, Jenna Stoneberg 2 3-5 7, Sara Stoneberg 1 0-0 2. Totals 19 17-30 57. Total Fouls 21.

Lincoln HI (24)

Heidi Pavek 0 1-2 1, KaLea Desmet 2 2-3 6, Alex DeSmet 1 0-2 3, Brandi Barke 2 0-0 2, Morgan Citterman 3 0-7 6, Maranda Jerzak 2 0-0 4, Ciera Nelson 0 2-4 2. Totals 9 5-20 24. 3-pointers 1 (A. DeSmet) Rebounds 26 (Citterman 11) Steals 4 (Citterman 2) Blocks 0 Turnovers 36 Total Fouls 23.

Halftime Score: TMB 23, Lincoln HI 10

Montevideo 64, YME 30

Ashley Hoehne's 22 points helped lead the Montevideo Thunder Hawks past the Yellow Medicine East Sting 64-30 in a West Central Conference girls basketball game Thursday in Granite Falls.

Hoehne was one of three Thunder Hawks to score in double-digits, as she was joined by Morgan Reidinger (11) and Tia Diggins (19). Hoehne and Diggins both collected five of Montevideo's 25 team rebounds in the game.

YME was led by Chyanne Sand's 11 points. Sand also led the Sting in rebounds (4) and steals (2), while being the only YME player to convert from the free throw line (3-for 7).

The Sting (0-3 overall, 0-2 West Central Conference) are back on the court tonight as they host No. 5 (Class A) Minneota in a non-conference game.

Montevideo (64)

Chelsey Haas 0 0-2 0, Jessica Janisch 1 3-4 5, Tia Diggins 8 2-2 19, Morgan Reidinger 5 1-2 11, Natalie Feldhake 0 1-2 1, Ashley Hoehne 10 2-2 22, Kelsey Quigley 1 0-0 2. Totals 27 9-14 64. 3-pointers 1 Rebounds 25 (Hoehne 5, Diggins 5) Assists 5 (Haas 4) Steals 11 (Reidinger 4) Blocks 0 Turnovers 20 Total Fouls 17.

YME (30)

Britanna Raddatz 1 0-0 3, Dani Aus 1 0-2 3, Danie Roden 1 0-0 2, Allie Zieske 0 0-1 0, Alexis Peters 2 0-1 5, Jenna Larson 1 0-0 2, Chyanne Sand 4 3-7 11, Cassie Struffert 1 0-2 2. Totals 12 3-15 30. 3-pointers 3 Rebounds 13 (Sand 4) Assists 5 (Roden 2) Steals 8 (Sand 2, Roden 2) Blocks 0 Turnovers 21 Total Fouls 14.

Area boys' basketball

RRC 60, WWG 50

Jeff DeCock went 14 of 17 from the free-throw line and poured in a game-high 27 points to help the Red Rock Central boys' basketball team escape Westbrook with a 60-50 win over Westbrook-Walnut Grove Thursday in a Red Rock Conference contest.

DeCock also had seven of his team's 12 assists in the game.

The Falcons (1-1 overall) had a 37-25 rebounding edge, thanks in large part to Henry Rogotzke. Rogotzke hauled in 18 rebounds to go with 18 points.

The Chargers (1-2) got 12 points and three assists from Andy Merrick in the loss. Aaron Hass added 10 points for the Chargers.

The Falcons are back on the court on Tuesday, when they will head to Fulda. The Chargers also play Tuesday and will host Mountain Lake Area.

RRC (60)

Henry Rogotzke 8 2-2 19, Jeff DeCock 6 14-17 27, Sam Halter 4 1-2 9, Tyler Halland 1 0-0 2, Maison Miller 2 0-0 4. Totals 21 17-21 60. 3-pointers 1 (DeCock) Rebounds 37 (Rogotzke 18) Assists 12 (DeCock 7) Steals 5.

WWG (50)

Andy Merrick 2 1-2 6, Taylor Lindaman 3 6-8 12, Reed Bakken 2 2-3 6, Alex Knutson 3 0-0 6, Shane Buchman 2 1-2 6, Matt Otto 1 0-0 3, Aaron Hass 4 2-4 10, Walker Christians 0 1-2 1. Totals 17 13-21 50. 3-pointers 3 Rebounds 25 (Buchman 6) Assists 7 (Merrick 3) Steals 7.

Halftime Score: RRC 22, WWG 19.

Hancock 98, E.C.H.O. 23

Abe Faugstad's eight-point, seven-rebound night was a team best for E.C.H.O. Charter boys basketball Thursday in Hancock. Unfortunately for E.C.H.O., the Hancock Owls were lights out from beyond the arc, knocking down 13 3-pointers as part of a 98-23 win.

Ninth-grader Collin Brown led all scorers with 34 points, including eight 3's. Patrick Koehl (14), Taylor Holleman (13) and Jordan Miller (15) also reached double figures for the Owls.

E.C.H.O. (0-2 overall) plays next on Dec. 18 when it hosts the Minnesota Academy for the Deaf in Echo.

E.C.H.O. (23)

Tanner Lentz 2 0-0 5, Nick Pingel 2 2-3 7, Abe Faugstad 3 2-4 8, Shawn Peterson 1 1-2 3. Totals 8 5-9 23. 3-pointers 2 Rebounds 22 (Faugstad 7) Steals 4 (Pingel 2) Blocks 0 Total Fouls 16.

Hancock (98)

Jarrid Jepma 2 0-1 6, Patrick Koehl 7 0-0 14, Taylor Holleman 5 1-2 13, Justin Miller 1 3-6 5, Maverick Wolf 2 0-1 4, Collin Brown 12 2-2 34, Jordan Miller 7 0-0 15, Brandon Shaw 3 1-2 7. Totals 39 7-14 98. 3-pointers 13 (Brown 8) Total Fouls 14.

Halftime Score: Hancock 58, E.C.H.O. 10

Area wrestling

Canby 56, TMB/WWG 15

Of the 10 individual victories for the Canby Lancers Thursday night, eight came by way of pin as the Lancers roughed up the wrestling co-op of Tracy-Milroy-Balaton/Westbrook-Walnut Grove in a 56-15 win in Tracy.

TMB/WWG got on the board first with a 4-1 decision by Daulton Carlson over Wyatt Johansen, but Konnor King and Nick Antony recorded back-to-back pins for Canby at 113 and 120 pounds, respectively. King's pin came with 56 seconds remaining in period three, while Antony scored his midway through the second period.

Logan Axford had the second win for TMB on Tuesday with a 2-0 decision at 126 pounds, cutting the Canby lead in half at 12-6.

The Lancers responded with five consecutive wins, including four pins. Only Nick Stoks was able to pin his opponent in the first period, doing so in one minute, 49 seconds.

Austin Peterson had TMB/WWG's only pin of the evening, scoring six points after 31 seconds. Canby rattled off three more wins, two pins and a technical fall, before TMB/WWG's Brandon Balsavage closed out the night with a 10-5 decision at 285 pounds.

The Lancer's (3-2 overall) are back on the mat Saturday as they travel to Watertown (S.D). TMB/WWG (1-2) is off until Tuesday, when they will travel to Springfield for a dual with the River Valley Wildcats.

Canby 56, TMB/WWG 15

106-Daulton Carlson (T) dec. Wyatt Johansen, 4-1

113-Konnor King (C) pinned Nash Meyer, 5:04

120-Nick Antony (C) pinned Tyler Illg, 2:56

126-Logan Axford (T) dec. Quentin Biningen, 2-0

132-Jack Citrowske (C) pinned Caleb Christian, 3:16

138-Brock Nothem (C) pinned Kyle Gilbertson, 3:29

145-Nick Stoks (C) pinned Sterling Schwart, 1:49

152-Austin Campbell (C) dec. Anthony Koch, 16-12

160-Michael Petersen (C) pinned Brennon Cooley, 5:07

170-Austin Peterson (T) pinned Hayden Goplen, 0:31

182-Christian Full (C) tech. fall Tanner Michelson, 17-2

195-Cole Regnier (C) pinned Ozzy Chan, 4:53

220-Adam Evenson (C) pinned Cole Olsen, 1:41

285-Brandon Balsavage (T) dec. Gavin Benz, 10-5

 
 

 

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