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Area basketball roundup

December 19, 2012
Marshall Independent

Area girls' basketball

Dawson-Boyd 67, Lakeview 44

Down two points at halftime, the Dawson-Boyd Blackjacks outscored Lakeview 44-19 in the second half and rolled to a 67-44 win in Camden Conference girls' basketball action Tuesday night in Dawson.

The Lakers turned the ball over 41 times in the game.

Justine Lee had a big game for Dawson-Boyd in the win, scoring 20 points to go with seven rebounds, eight assists and nine steals. She led the team in each of those statistical categories.

Erin Breberg knocked down three 3-pointers and scored 14 points for the Blackjacks, while Mari Lee had 13 points, five steals and five rebounds.

Lakeview got 11 points and three assists from Corbyn Wee in the loss.

Dawson-Boyd will look to improve to 8-0 on the season on Friday when the Blackjacks hit the road to play Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg. Lakeview (3-4 overall, 1-2 Camden) is back in action Friday against MACCRAY.

Lakeview (44)

Joci Dopp 2 0-0 5, Corbyn Wee 5 1-3 11, Brianna Hoffman 4 0-1 8, Brooklyn Hartle 1 4-5 6, Madi Nelson 1 0-0 2, Katie Timm 1 1-2 3, Allison Boerboom 4 1-2 9. Totals 18 7-13 44. 3-pointers 1 Rebounds 27 (Hoffman 13) Assists 12 (Wee 3, Boerboom 3) Steals 11 (Boerboom 4, Hoffman 3) Blocks 2 Turnovers 41 Total Fouls 14.

Dawson-Boyd (67)

Justine Flattum 1 0-0 2, Mari Lee 6 0-0 13, Sadie Zaiser 0 2-4 2, Nicole Jurgenson 1 1-2 3, Justine Lee 8 2-3 20, Katarina Kuhlmann 3 1-2 8, Erin Breberg 5 0-0 14, Kelly Husby 2 1-2 5. Totals 26 7-14 67. 3-pointers 8 (Breberg 4, J. Lee 2) Rebounds 24 (J. Lee 7, Zaiser 5, M. Lee 5) Assists 16 (J. Lee 8) Steals 26 (J. Lee 9, Kuhlmann 6, M. Lee 5) Blocks 0 Turnovers 25 Total Fouls 18.

Halftime Score: Lakeview 25, Dawson-Boyd 23.

Canby 49, TMB 42

After a sluggish first half in which its scored just 16 points, the Canby Lancers girl's basketball team bounced back with a 33-point second half that powered the Lancers to a 49-42 come-from-behind victory over Tracy-Milroy-Balaton on Tuesday in Tracy.

Brandi Merritt and Taylor Gorder each had double-digit nights scoring for the Lancers. Merritt recorded 11 points, thanks in part to a set of 3s, while Gorder had 10 points. Ricki Kallhoff had eight points in the win, and also contributed 13 rebounds and three blocks.

Kelli Soupir led TMB with 16 points, including four 3-pointers.

The Lancers (2-2 overall, 2-2 Camden Conference) return to action against United South Central on Dec. 27 at the St. Clair Holiday Tournament, while the Panthers (2-4, 1-3) host Wabasso, Red Rock Central and Adrian for a tournament on Friday and Saturday.

Canby (49)

Brandi Merritt 3 2-2 11, Brittany Merritt 1 0-0 2, Morgan Merritt 2 1-2 5, Kristy Schmidt 2 0-0 4, Tara Kockelman 1 1-3 3, Ricki Kallhoff 4 0-0 8, Kate Devos 2 2-3 6, Taylor Gorder 4 2-3 10. Totals 19 8-13 49. 3-pointers 3 (Brandi Merritt 3) Rebounds 40 (Kallhoff 13) Assists 12 (Brandi Merritt 4, Brittany Merritt 4) Steals 6 (Devos 2, M. Merritt 2) Blocks 3 (Kallhoff 3) Turnovers 19 Total Fouls 11

TMB (42)

Cassie Hook 2 1-2 7, Kelli Soupir 6 0-0 16, Nichy Iverson 1 0-0 2, Jenna Stoneberg 3 2-6 8, Sara Stoneberg 3 1-2 9. Totals 15 4-10 42. 3-pointers 8 (Soupir 4) Rebounds 36 (J. Stoneberg 10) Assists 13 (Soupir 5) Steals 8 (Iverson 3) Blocks 0 Turnovers 14 Total Fouls 12.

Halftime Score: TMB 18, Canby 16.

Minneota 67, LQPV 30

With five players scoring in double figures, the Minneota girls' basketball team continued to roll through the early portion of its schedule with a 67-30 win over Lac qui Parle Valley Tuesday in Minneota. The win moves the Vikings to 7-0 on the season.

Molly Hennen and Taylor Reiss each had 13 points to lead the Vikings. Reiss also had seven rebounds, while Hennen had four assists.

Michelle Jerzak tallied 12 points for the Vikings, Megan Larson had 11 points and six steals, and Emily Stienessen had 10 points, six rebounds and four assists.

The Vikings return to action Thursday with a non-conference road game against Southwest Minnesota Christian.

LQPV (30)

Jenessa Gronholz 2 1-2 5, Mackenzie Clark 2 0-0 6, Alaysia Freetly 4 0-0 9, Jordan Halvorson 5 0-0 10, Kaitlin Connor 0 0-2 0. Totals 13 1-4 30. 3-pointers 3 (Clark 2) Total Fouls 13.

Minneota (67)

Molly Hennen 5 1-2 13, Shelby Corbin 1 0-0 2, Emily Stienessen 3 3-4 10, Taylor Reiss 6 1-6 13, Kelsey Maeyaert 2 0-0 4, Megan Larson 4 1-2 11, Michelle Jerzak 6 0-1 12, Kelsea Tolk 1 0-0 2. Totals 28 6-15 67. 3-pointers 5 (Larson 2, Hennen 2) Rebounds 26 (Reiss 7, Stienessen 6) Assists 21 (Corbin 5, Stienessen 4, Hennen 4) Steals 20 (Larson 6) Blocks 1 Turnovers 15 Total Fouls 8.

Halftime Score: Minneota 37, LQPV 17.

RTR 57, Lincoln HI 21

Second-chance points off of 43 rebounds were the key to Russell-Tyler-Ruthton's 57-21 victory over the Lincoln HI Rebels in Camden Conference girls' basketball Tuesday night in Ivanhoe.

The RTR Lady Knights saw 17 of their 43 boards pulled down by the duo of Kaylie Nielsen (9) and Allison Pochardt (8). The two post players also combined for 19 of RTR's 57 points, led by Nielsen's game-high 12. Destinee Strand also reached double figures scoring for the Lady Knights with 10 points, the only other player to do so in the game.

The winless Rebels (0-4 overall, 0-2 Camden Conference) were led by Maranda Jerzak's eight points.

RTR (5-2, 3-1) returns to action on Dec. 28 when they face Sleepy Eye at Southwest Minnesota State University, whereas Lincoln HI travels to Minneota on Thursday to play the fifth-ranked Vikings.

RTR (57)

Justine Possail 1 0-0 2, Shayna Possail 1 1-2 4, Sam Brust 1 0-0 2, Janel Wichern 2 0-0 5, Dana Schaefer 4 0-0 8. Destinee Strand 5 0-0 10, Leslie Willert 2 1-2 7, Allison Pochardt 3 0-0 7, Kaylie Nielsen 6 0-0 12. Totals 25 2-4 57. 3-pointers 5 (Willert 2) Rebounds 43 (Nielsen 9, Pochardt 8) Assists 14 (J. Possail 4) Steals 7 Blocks 0 Turnovers 11 Total Fouls 19.

Lincoln HI (21)

Heidi Pavek 1 2-6 4, KaLea DeSmet 2 0-4 4, Alex DeSmet 0 1-6 1, Jordan Bucholz 0 0-2 0, Morgan Citterman 2 0-0 4, Maranda Jerzak 4 0-5 8. Totals 9 3-23 21. Rebounds 15 Assists 6 (Pavek 3) Steals 5 Blocks 1 (Jerzak) Turnovers 22 Total Fouls 7.

Halftime Score: RTR 24, Lincoln HI?6.

Wabasso 66, SESM 32

The Wabasso girls' basketball team jumped out to a 40-15 halftime lead on Sleepy Eye St. Mary's and never looked back in a 66-32 Tomahawk Conference victory Tuesday night in Sleepy Eye.

Kimberly Frank and Kacie Rothmeier each scored 14 points for the Rabbits, who improved to 4-1 overall and 3-0 in the conference. Frank also had three assists and five steals.

Desi Kramer posted a double-double for the Rabbits with 12 points and 15 rebounds.

The Rabbits next take the court on Friday when they begin play in the Tracy-Milroy-Balaton holiday tournament against Adrian.

Wabasso (66)

Larissa Rohlik 1 0-0 3, Desi Kramer 6 0-0 12, Karlee Eichten 1 1-2 3, Becky Franta 2 1-2 5, Kimberly Frank 6 0-0 14, Ellen Franta 2 0-0 4, Kacie Rothmeier 7 0-0 14, Mindy Goblirsch 1 0-0 2, Morgan Frank 2 0-0 4, Chelsey Guetter 2 1-4 5. Totals 30 1-4 66. 3-pointers 3 (K. Frank 2) Rebounds 43 (Kramer 15) Assists 18 (Eichten 3, Alyssa Rothmeier 3, K. Rothmeier 3) Steals 15 (K. Frank 5, Gutter 5) Blocks 4 (Guetter 3) Total Fouls 15.

SESM (32)

Halftime Score: Wabasso 40, SESM 15.

WWG 49, Edgerton 33

Holding a slim five-point lead at halftime, the Westbrook-Walnut Grove girls' basketball team held Edgerton to just 11 second-half points on its way to a 49-33 victory Tuesday in Westbrook.

Paige Erickson had a strong game for the Chargers with 12 points, 15 rebounds, three assists and four steals. Dayna Comnick added 10 points and seven rebounds.

The Chargers (2-4 overall, 2-2 Red Rock Conference) play Ellsworth Friday in Ellsworth.

Edgerton (33)

WWG (49)

Dayna Comnick 3 4-5 10, McKenzi Deprez 2 0-0 4, Elizabeth Woelber 4 0-2 10, Abby Herding 1 3-6 5, Paige Erickson 4 4-4 12, Kelsi Wahl 3 2-3 8. Totals 17 13-21 49. 3-pointers 2 Rebounds 30 (Erickson 15, Comnick 7) Assists 6 (Woelber 3, Erickson 3) Steals 8 (Erickson 4) Turnovers 22 Total Fouls 17.

Halftime Score: WWG 27, Edgerton 22.

ACGC 63, YME 50

A 28-point, 15-rebound night from Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City's Sydney Larson led the Falcons girls' basketball team to a 64-50 win over Yellow Medicine East in West Conference Conference action Tuesday in Granite Falls.

YME had four players reach double figures in scoring. Dani Aus and Kelly Anderson each scored 13.

YME is 0-6 on the season. The Sting will try for their first win on Thursday with a home game against Minnewaska Area. It will be the end of a stretch of five straight home games for YME.

ACGC (63)

YME (50)

Dani Aus 5 1-2 13, Kelly Anderson 4 5-5 13, Allie Zieske 1 0-2 2, Chyanne Sand 4 2-4 10, Cassie Struffert 6 0-0 12. Totals 20 8-13 50. 3-pointers 2 (Aus 2) Rebounds 33 (Sand 9, Struffert 6) Assists 7 (Sand 3) Steals 13 (Sand 5, Anderson 4) Blocks 2 (Sand 2) Turnovers 20 Total Fouls 22.

Halftime Score: ACGC 28, YME 16.

MCC 64, RRC 43

A tough night at the free throw line was rectified by a strong night from the field as Murray County Central defeated Red Rock Central 64-53 in a Red Rock Conference girls' basketball game Tuesday in Jeffers. MCC was 14-for-28 from the line, while RRC made just 14 of its 30 free throws.

The MCC Rebels were led by three players who scored in double figures. Jade Giese had a game-high 14 points to go along with her four steals. Taylor Schreier and Morgan Behrends each scored a dozen points, while Behrends added 14 rebounds to complete her double-double.

Fern Engen's 13-point, six-rebound, four-steal effort was tops for the Falcons, while Tegan Derickson added 10 points.

RRC (0-6 overall, 0-4 Red Rock Conference) travels to Tracy for a weekend tournament while still in search of its first win. MCC (2-4, 2-2), meanwhile, hosts conference foe Hills-Beaver Creek on Friday.

MCC (64)

Rebekah Nysetvold 0 3-4 3, Hannah Schmidt 1 0-0 2, McKenzie Schmitz 3 0-0 6, Jade Giese 6 2-6 14, Michaela Hartle 1 1-4 3, Taylor Schreier 5 2-4 12, Angela Dahlgren 0 2-2 2, Haley Bose 1 0-0 2, Jenna Ness 3 2-4 8, Morgan Behrends 5 2-4 12. Totals 25 14-28 64. Turnovers 26 Total Fouls 19

RRC (43)

Leslie Sorensen 0 2-2 2, Brooke Rasmussen 2 1-1 5, Katie Larsen 2 3-4 7, Erika Rogotzke 1 0-0 3, Olivia Bittner 0 2-10 2, Tegan Derickson 5 0-0 10, Fern Engen 4 5-10 13, Melanie Kedl 0 1-3 1. Totals 14 14-30 43. 3-pointers 1 (Rogtotzke) Turnovers 22 Total Fouls 26

Halftime Score: MCC 40, RRC 20.

Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf 71, E.C.H.O. Charter 11

Tabitha Anderson scored 19 points and Eliza Linstaedt had 18 points to help lead the Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf to a 71-11 road win over E.C.H.O. Charter on Tuesday night.

E.C.H.O. Charter got seven points from sophomore center Connie Knutson in the loss.

The Rockets (0-5 overall) will play Nay Ah Shing at hom on Jan 4.

Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf (71)

E.C.H.O. Charter (11)

Kirsten Gladis 1 0-0 2, Elisa Rhoden 0 0-2 0, Kristin Kilby 1 0-0 2, Connie Knutson 3 1-1 7.

Halftime Score: Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf 42, E.C.H.O. Charter 5.

Area boys' basketball

Canby 59, TMB 48

Canby sophomore Zach Nuy had 22 points and 10 rebounds to power the Lancers to a 59-48 victory over Tracy-Milroy-Balaton in a Camden Conference boys' basketball game played Tuesday in Canby.

Nuy, a 6-foot-4 center, hit 10 of 16 shots from the field in the game.

Michael Sisk and Cole Brusven each chipped in nine points for the Lancers, and Sisk also had 10 rebounds and three assists.

Parker Lanoue had a solid game for TMB in the loss, pouring in 20 points to go with five rebounds. Alec Swan added 12 points.

The Lancers (4-1 overall, 3-1 Camden) go out of conference to play Hancock Thursday in Hancock.

TMB (48)

Austin Gleis 1 0-0 2, Jacob Bengston 0 0-2 0, Mason Van Essen 3 0-0 6, Alec Swan 5 1-4 12, Parker Lanoue 7 6-6 20, Brian Fultz 2 0-0 4, Matt LaVoy 1 1-2 3, Michael Nilius 0 1-2 1. Totals 19 9-16 48. 3-pointers 1 Rebounds 26 (Jordan Lanoue 4, P. Lanoue 5, Van Essen 5) Assists 6 (P. Lanoue 2) Steals 5 Blocks 1 Total Fouls 12.

Canby (59)

Michael Slaba 3 0-0 7, Nate Stafki 2 0-1 6, Cole Brusven 4 1-2 9, Michael Sisk 4 1-2 9, Zach Nuy 10 2-2 22, Kristian Leppke 1 0-0 3, Kyle Devos 1 1-2 3. Totals 25 5-9 59. 3-pointers 4 (Stafki 2) Rebounds 34 (Sisk 10, Nuy 10, Slaba 5) Assists 9 Steals 8 (Brusven 5) Blocks 1 Turnovers 16 Total Fouls 12.

Halftime Score: Canby 26, TMB 21.

RTR 71, Lincoln HI 39

Committing just four turnovers in the game, the Russell-Tyler-Ruthton boys' basketball team cruised past Lincoln HI for a 71-39 win in Camden Conference action.

RTR guard Brett Peterson led all scorers with 19 points to go with three assists. He was one of five Knights to score in double figures.

Brett Vercruysse and Dylan Kor each posted a double-double for the Knights. Vercruysse had 14 points and 10 rebounds, while Kor had 11 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks. Newt Dunblazier also reached double figures, scoring 10 points.

Nate Pavek had 13 points and seven rebounds for Lincoln HI in the losing effort.

The Rebels (0-3 overall, 0-3 Camden) will try to get their first win of the season Thursday when they host Minneota.

The Knights (5-0, 3-0) open play in the Wabasso holiday tournament on Thursday against Adrian.

Lincoln HI (39)

Andrew Behnke 2 0-0 5, Jeff Gladis 4 0-0 9, Nathaniel Citterman 1 0-0 3, Jordan Beck 2 2-4 6, Ryan Rybinski 1 0-0 3, Nate Pavek 6 1-4 13. Totals 16 3-8 39. 3-pointers 4 Rebounds 23 (Pavek 7) Assists 3 Steals 3 Blocks 0 Turnovers 17 Total Fouls 15.

RTR (71)

Shane Vogt 2 0-0 5, Brett Peterson 7 3-4 19, Isaiah DeRuyter 0 1-2 1, Newt Dunblazier 5 0-0 10, Dylan Kor 5 1-2 11, Shay Wabeke 4 4-4 12, Brett Vercruysse 4 4-5 14. Totals 27 13-18 71. 3-pointers 4 (Peterson 2) Rebounds 26 (Kor 10, Vercruysse 10) Assists 17 (Dunblazier 6) Steals 9 (Wabeke 3, Peterson 3) Blocks 3 (Kor 3) Turnovers 4 Total Fouls 10.

Halftime Score: RTR 38, Lincoln HI 24.

Dawson-Boyd 63, Lakeview 33

Junior guard Joey Lee scored a game-high 25 points and also had six steals, five assists and five rebounds to help lead the Dawson-Boyd boys' basketball team to a dominant 63-33 win over Lakeview Tuesday night in a Camden Conference game in Cottonwood.

Michael Lee added 16 points and seven steals for the Blackjacks, and Nathaniel Huot hit three 3-pointers on his way to 12 points and seven assists.

The Lakers were led by Spencer Larsen's eight points. Jonah Dovre had 11 rebounds in the loss.

The Blackjacks (4-1 overall, 4-0 Camden) will look to stay perfect in conference play when they face Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg Thursday in Dawson.

Lakeview (3-2, 2-2) is back in action Thursday against MACCRAY in Clara City.

Dawson-Boyd (63)

Nathaniel Huot 4 1-2 12, Noah Stelter 2 0-0 5, Joey Lee 10 4-6 25, Michael Lee 8 0-2 16, Cody Aafedt 1 0-0 2, Zach Stratmoen 1 1-2 3. Totals 26 6-14 63. 3-pointers 5 (Huot 3) Rebounds 27 (Stelter 6, J. Lee 5) Assists 15 (Huot 7) Steals 25 (M. Lee 7, J. Lee 6) Blocks 3 (M. Lee 2) Turnovers 10 Total Fouls 14.

Lakeview (33)

Tyler Lange 3 0-0 7, Jordan Larsen 1 0-0 2, Damien Wallin 1 1-3 4, Seth Boerboom 0 1-2 1, Max Horner 3 0-0 6, Jonah Dovre 2 0-0 4, Quinn Fenger 0 1-2 1, Spencer Larsen 4 0-0 8. Totals 14 3-7 33. 3-pointers 2 Rebounds 30 (Dovre 11) Assists 8 (D. Larsen 3, Michael Allness 3) Steals 7 Blocks 3 Turnovers 25 Total Fouls 14.

Halftime Score: Dawson-Boyd 39, Lakeview 9.

Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf 68, E.C.H.O. Charter 49

Up two points at halftime, the E.C.H.O. Charter boys' basketball team suffered foul trouble in the second half and fell to the Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf 68-49 Tuesday night.

The Minnesota Academy for the Deaf Trojans were led by Shaun Novella, who had 17 points. Sammy Ellenbecker added 16 points in the win.

Abe Faugstad led the Rockets with 18 points. Shawn Peterson added 14 points, but fouled out early in the second half.

Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf (68)

E.C.H.O. Charter (49)

DJ Ose 0 2-2 2, Kyle Gluth 2 0-0 4, Tanner Lentz 1 0-0 2, Nick Pingel 2 1-2 5, Darrin Ose 0 2-2 2, Abe Faugstad 3 9-11 18, Shawn Peterson 5 4-8 14, Brad Loock 1 0-0 2. Totals 15 17-25 68. 3-pointers 1 Total Fouls 18.

Halftime Score: E.C.H.O. Charter 29, Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf 27.

 
 

 

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