PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Tigers defeat Redwood Valley with late goals

REDWOOD FALLS – Marshall defeated Redwood Valley 8-1 on Thursday.

The Tigers got the offense rolling early with goals by Chase VanDeVere and Mason Plante to open the game.

Redwood Valley added a goal to put the Marshall lead at 2-1 for the first intermission, but Marshall goalie Trey Nelson wouldn’t allow another goal. Nelson finished with 20 saves on 21 shots on goal.

The Marshall offense didn’t let up though, scoring a trio of goals in each of the final two periods.

Marshall got goals in the second period from Jack Boerboom, Mason Plante and Clay Stevens. It was the second goal of the night for Plante.

VanDeVere opened the third period with his second goal of the night. Dylan Criquet-Danielson closes the game’s scoring with Marshall’s seventh and eighth goals of the night.

Marshall (4-4) travels to Waseca on Saturday.

Marshall    2 3 3 — 8

Redwood    1 0 0 — 1

First Period

MARSHALL: VanDeVere (Penske)

MARSHALL: Plante (Archbold)

REDWOOD: Sommers (Ryan)

Second Period

MARSHALL: Boerboom (Deutz, Kerkaert)

MARSHALL: Plante (Criquet-Danielson)

MARSHALL: Stevens (Criquet-Danielson)

Third Period

MARSHALL: VanDeVere (Unassisted)

MARSHALL: Criquet-Danielson (Stevens)

MARSHALL: Criquet-Danielson (Plante, Kerkaert)

Shots on Goal­: Marshall 37, Redwood Valley 21

Saves: Marshall 20, Redwood Valley 29

GIRLS BASKETBALL

MCC 39, WWG 32

SLAYTON – The Murray County Central Rebels defeated the Westbrook-Walnut Grove Chargers 39-32 on Thursday night.

Rachel Van Iperen led MCC with 17 points and pulled in 10 rebounds. Kaitlyn Knakmuhs and Mallory Loosbrock had 12 and 11 rebounds, respectively. Brianna Schmitz had a team-high three assists and added two steals.

WWG was led by Emma Woelber, who recorded nine points, while Grace Woelber had eight points, three assists and two steals. Camryn Bunting led the team with eight rebounds.

MCC (1-5) will play next on the road against Mountain Lake Area on Tuesday while WWG (1-4) will travel to Hendricks on Monday.

MCC 39, WWG 32

WWG    21  11  –  32

MCC    20  19  –  39

WWG: E. Woelber 4-11, 0-0, 9; G. Woelber 3-12, 0-0, 8; Bakken 3-13, 0-0, 7; Vue 2-8, 0-1, 4; Bunting 1-3, 0-0, 2; Vande Kieft 1-1, 0-0, 2. TOTALS: 14-49 (29%), 0-1, 32.

MCC: Van Iperen 7-15, 3-4, 17; R. Schmitz 2-7, 1-2, 5; Muecke 1-5, 1-2, 4; Knakmuhs 1-6, 2-8, 4; Loosbrock 1-10, 1-3, 3; Mo. Beckmann 1-7, 0-2, 2; B. Schmitz 1-3, 0-0, 2; Ma. Beckmann 1-1, 0-0, 2. TOTALS: 15-57 (26%), 8-21 (38%), 39.

3-POINT FIELD GOALS: WWG 4-14 (G. Woelber 2); MCC 1-5 (Muecke 1).

REBOUNDS: WWG 28 (Bunting 8, Vande Kieft 5, Bakken 4); MCC 45 (Knakmuhs 12, Loosbrock 11, Van Iperen 10).

ASSISTS: WWG 6 (G. Woelber 3); MCC 9 (B. Schmitz 3, Mo. Beckmann 2).

STEALS: WWG 9 (G. Woelber 2, Vue 2, Bakken 2); MCC 12 (Knakmuhs 3).

BLOCKS: WWG none; MCC 3 (Muecke 2, Knakmuhs 1).

FOULS: WWG 21 (E. Woelber, Vue foul out); MCC 9 (none).

TURNOVERS: WWG 18; MCC 16.

Dawson-Boyd 65, KMS 54

MURDOCK — Dawson-Boyd defeated Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg 65-54 on Thursday.

Kaitlyn Willander and Alex Sather paced the Blackjacks with 22 points apiece. Sather added 11 rebounds for a double-double, along with seven steals.

Avery Bartunek scored nine points in the win.

Dawson-Boyd (4-2, 3-1 Camden) is scheduled to travel to MACCRAY tonight.

KMS    37 17 — 54

DB    35 30 — 65

DAWSON-BOYD: Thompson 1-1 0-0 2, Stelter 1-4 0-0 3, Willander 6-13 7-11 22, Sather 8-15 4-6 22, A. Bartunek 3-5 3-5 9, S. Bartunek 3-6 1-6 7. TOTALS: 22-45 (49%) 15-30 (50%) 65

3-POINT FIELD GOALS: 6-13 (Willander 3, Sather 2, Stelter 1)

REBOUNDS: 25 (Sather 11, S. Bartunek 5, Willander 4)

ASSISTS: 13 (Stelter 5, A. Bartunek 4)

STEALS: 16 (Sather 7)

BLOCKS: 0

FOULS: 8 (None)

TURNOVERS: 23

RECORD: 4-2, 3-1 Camden

NEXT GAME: Tonight at MACCRAY

BOLD 68, YME 52

GRANITE FALLS — BOLD defeated Yellow Medicine East 68-52 on Thursday.

Kaitlyn Mortenson led YME with 15 points in the loss. Anna McCosh added 14 points and 12 rebounds for the Sting.

Madison Hinz was the third YME player in double digits with 10 points.

YME (1-4) hosts Lakeview on Monday.

BOLD    33 35 — 68

YME    28 24 — 52

YELLOW MEDICINE EAST: Mortenson 5 2-2 15, McCosh 3 8-10 14, Hinz 3 1-2 10, Anderson 3 0-0 8, Dahlager 1 0-0 2, Dyrdahl 1 0-0 2, Gullickson 0 1-2 1. TOTALS: 16 12-16 52.

3-POINT FIELD GOALS: 8 (Mortenson 3, Hinz 3, Anderson 2)

REBOUNDS: 37 (McCosh 12, Dyrdahl 7)

ASSISTS: 13 (Dahlager 6)

STEALS: 12 (Dahlager 6)

BLOCKS: 3 (Dyrdahl 2, Dahlager 1)

FOULS: 15 (None)

TURNOVERS: 23

RECORD: 1-4

NEXT GAME: Monday vs. Lakeview

BOYS BASKETBALL­

RRC 45, RTR 43

WABASSO – The Russell-Tyler-Ruthton Knights led 28-19 at halftime, but the Red Rock Central Falcons fought back and got a game-winning shot from Sam Hansen en route to a 45-43 victory at the Holiday Hoops Tournament on Thursday.

Garrett Kern led the Knights with 15 points with all six made shots coming from behind the arc. Chris Muecke added eight points while Cooper Hansen chipped in six points.

The Knights (3-2) will play next on Tuesday when they travel to Cottonwood to face Lakeview (2-1).

RTR    28  15  –  43

RRC    19  26  –  45

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