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High school roundup

December 8, 2012
Marshall Independent

Area boys' basketball

RTR 70, Minneota 54

The Russell-Tyler-Ruthton boys' basketball team jumped out to a 31-14 halftime lead on Minneota and cruised to a 70-54 Camden Conference victory Friday night in Tyler.

The Knights (3-0 overall, 1-0 Camden) had a big edge on the boards, outrebounding Minneota 40-24.

RTR's Brett Vercruysse had 11 rebounds to go with 17 points, while Brett Peterson had a game-high 22 points, 10 rebounds and six assists. Dylan Kor chipped in 13 points and four steals for the Knights.

Minneota (1-1, 0-1) got a solid game from Grant Hennen, who scored 20 points and had six rebounds. Dylan Tolk added 11 points for the Vikings in the losing effort.

The Vikings are back in action Tuesday when they host Canby. RTR's next game is also against Canby. The Knights will play the Lancers Thursday in Canby.

Minneota (54)

Aaric Christenson 3 1-1 7, Dylan Tolk 5 1-2 11, Dan Harrison 3 0-2 6, Austin Buysse 2 2-2 7, Grant Hennen 8 3-4 20, Matt Knutson 1 0-0 3. Totals 22 7-13 54. 3-pointers 3 Rebounds 24 (Hennen 6) Assists 11 (Tolk 3, Harrison 3) Steals 5 Blocks 1 Turnovers 13 Total Fouls 20.

RTR (70)

Shane Vogt 1 0-0 2, Alex Schwing 0 2-2 2, Brett Peterson 8 6-6 22, Christian Johnson 1 0-0 2, Newt Dunblazier 3 2-3 8, Dylan Kor 6 1-2 13, Shay Wabeke 1 2-3 4, Brett Vercruysse 6 5-7 17. Totals 26 18-23 70. 3-pointers 0 Rebounds 40 (Vercruysse 11, Peterson 10) Assists 16 (Peterson 6) Steals 9 (Kor 4) Blocks 2 Turnovers 12 Total Fouls 17.

Halftime Score: RTR 31, Minneota 14.

Dawson-Boyd 78, CMCS 42

The Dawson-Boyd boys' basketball team opened its season with a solid win over Central Minnesota Christian, 78-42, in Camden Conference play on Friday night.

The Blackjacks (1-0 overall, 1-0 Camden) were led by a trio of players. Nathaniel Huot and Joey Lee each sank 23 points and pulled down seven and five rebounds, respectively, while Michael Lee collected a double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds.

Kyler Collins added six points and nine rebounds for D-B in the win.

Dawson-Boyd will face Southwest Minnesota Christian today at Southwest Minnesota State University at 2 p.m. in the R/A Facility.

CMCS (42)

Zach Zwart 2 0-0 4, Dillon Erickson 1 0-0 3, Nick Daugherty 4 0-0 9, Grant Hoekstra 3 0-0 6, Tyler Weiberdink 0 0-2 0, Ryan Brouwer 0 1-2 1, Austin Bulthuis 5 3-5 13, TJ Stoel 1 0-0 3, Jared Duininck 1 1-2 3. Totals 17 5-11 42 3-pointers 3 (Erickson, Daugherty, Stoel) Assists 6 (Daugherty 2, Lucas Van Eps 2) Rebounds 29 (Daugherty 11) Steals 6 (Hoekstra 4) Turnovers 13.

Dawson-Boyd (78)

Nathaniel Huot 8 1-2 23, Jess Hansen 1 2-2 5, Noah Stelter 1 0-0 3, Joey Lee 7 7-8 23, Kyler Collins 2 2-2 6, Michael Lee 6 1-4 16, Zach Stratmoen 1 0-0 2. Totals 26 13-18 78 3-pointers 13 (Huot 6, M. Lee 3, J. Lee 2, Stelter 1, Hansen 1) Assists 17 (Huot 6, J. Lee 5) Rebounds 46 (M. Lee 11, Collins 9) Steals 6 (J. Lee 2, M. Lee 2) Blocks 2 (J. Lee, M. Lee) Turnovers 11.

Halftime Score: Dawson-Boyd 41, CMCS 23.

Canby 81, Lincoln HI 51

The Canby boys' basketball team moved to 2-0 on the season and 1-0 in the Camden Conference with an 81-51 win over Lincoln HI in Ivanhoe on Friday.

Michael Sisk led the way for the Lancers with a 16-point, 10-rebound double-double, while Michael Slaba and Nate Stafki each added 13 points. Slaba also had eight assists, and Stafki had nine rebounds. Zach Nuy broke double digits with 10 points while pulling down eight rebounds.

Jordan Beck paced the Rebels (0-1 overall, 0-1 Camden) with 10 points, while Nate Pavek added 15 points, five rebounds and a pair of steals.

Lincoln HI will travel to Tracy to face Tracy-Milroy-Balaton on Tuesday, while Canby will be in Minneota.

Canby (81)

Cody Dinius 0 2-2 2, Michael Slaba 3 6-7 13, Nate Stafki 5 1-2 13, Cole Brusven 3 0-0 8, Michael Sisk 7 2-7 16, Zach Nuy 4 2-4 10, Josh Gallegos 3 0-1 6, Kristian Leppke 3 3-4 9, Kyle Devos 2 0-0 4. Totals 30 16-27 81 Three-Pointers 5 (Brusven 2, Stafki 2, Slaba 1) Assists 20 (Slaba 8) Rebounds 41 (Sisk 10, Stafki 9, Nuy 8) Steals 6 (Slaba 2) Blocks 3 Turnovers 13.

Lincoln HI (51)

Jordan Beck 7 3-8 19, Nate Pavek 5 5-12 15, Jeff Gladis 3 2-4 8, Andrew Behnke 1 3-4 6, Ryan Rybinski 1 1-2 3. Totals 20 14-34 51 Three-Pointers 3 (Beck 2, Behnke) Assists 4 (Pavek 2) Rebounds 23 (Pavek 5, Preston Alderson 5) Steals 5 (Pavek 2, Gladis 2) Turnovers 6.

Halftime Score: Canby 41, Lincoln HI 23.

Wabasso 53, NUC 40

Tanner Bock posted a double-double with 12 points and a game-high 17 rebounds as the Wabasso boys' basketball team took down New Ulm Cathedral 53-40 in a Tomahawk Conference game played Friday night in New Ulm.

Neil Eichten also had a strong game for the Rabbits, scoring 19 points and coming up with four steals.

Jeff Osborne scored 14 points to lead NUC, while Michael Larson and Jack Stadick each scored 10.

Following their first win of the season, the Rabbits (1-2 overall, 1-0 Tomahawk) will be back on the court at 2:30 p.m. today when they host Fulda.

Wabasso (53)

Seth Guetter 2 0-1 5, Neil Eichten 7 3-4 19, Scott Jenniges 3 3-4 9, Matt Zeug 3 2-4 8, Tanner Bock 6 0-0 12. Totals 21 8-13 53. 3-pointers 3 Rebounds 40 (Bock 17) Assists 10 (Guetter 5) Steals 8 (Eichten 4) Blocks 2 Turnovers 20 Total Fouls 7.

NUC (40)

Jeff Osborne 6 2-4 14, Michael Larson 4 0-0 10, Jake Stadick 5 0-0 10, Peter Herzog 1 0-0 2, Jacob Gangelhoff 2 0-0 4. Totals 17 2-4 40. 3-pointers 1 Total Fouls 20.

Halftime Score: Wabasso 29, NUC 17.

Lakeview 65, KMS 29

The Lakeview boys' basketball team took a six-point lead into halftime before the defense locked down, holding Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg to seven second-half points. The Lakers' offense also turned on for a 65-29 win in Camden Conference play.

The Lakers (2-0 overall, 1-0 Camden) were led by Spencer Larsen's 19 points, while Jonah Dovre added 13 points, 15 rebounds and two blocks. Derek Larsen added 10 points to go with seven assists.

Lakeview will be in action again on Tuesday when the Lakers play host to Renville County West to close their three-game home stretch to open the season.

KMS (29)

Taylor Feldman 3 1-2 7, James Faulkner 2 0-0 4, Cameron Hjelle 0 3-6 3, Jacob Zvorak 4 3-4 12, Preston Mahlum 1 1-1 3. Totals 10 7-14 29. 3-pointers 1 (Zvorak) Assists 6 Rebounds 28 (Zvorak 9, Feldman 7) Steals 7 (Zvorak 4) Blocks 3 (Feldman 2) Fouls 17 Turnovers 29.

Lakeview (65)

Derek Larsen 3 1-2 10, Tyler Lange 2 1-2 5, Jacob Louwagie 0 1-2 1, Travis Varpness 1 0-0 2, Michael Alness 1 0-0 3, Jordan Larsen 1 0-0 2, Seth Boerboom 0 0-4 0, Max Horner 1 2-2 4, Jonah Dovre 3 7-10 13, Quinn Fenger 3 0-0 6, Spencer Larsen 9 1-2 19. Totals 24 13-24 65. 3-pointers 4 (D. Larsen 3, Alness 1) Assists 24 (D. Larsen 7, Lange 5) Rebounds 48 (Dovre 15) Steals 19 (Lange 4) Blocks 2 (Dovre 2) Fouls 12 Turnovers 20.

Halftime Score: Lakeview 28, KMS 22.

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Area girls' basketball

MCC 77, WWG 62

The Murray County Central girls' basketball team broke into the win column on Friday night, beating Westbrook-Walnut Grove 77-62 in Red Rock Conference action in Westbrook.

The Rebels (1-3 overall, 1-1 Red Rock Conference) were led by a Jenna Ness double-double - 24 points and 10 rebounds - to go with three assists and four steals. Taylor Schreier scored 16 points and pulled down six rebounds, while Jade Giese and Morgan Behrends each added 12.

Paige Erickson scored 32 points for the Chargers (1-3, 1-1), while pulling down seven boards and grabbing four steals. Elizabeth Woelber scored 16 in the loss.

Both teams will continue in Red Rock Conference play next week, with MCC hosting Southwest Star Concept in Slayton on Thursday and WWG traveling to Mountain Lake to face Mountain Lake Area.

MCC (77)

Hannah Schmidt 1 1-2 3, Jade Giese 4 3-6 12, Michaela Hartle 1 0-0 2, Taylor Schreier 7 2-3 16, Angela Dahlgren 1 0-0 2, Haley Bose 3 0-2 6, Jenna Ness 7 10-12 24, Morgan Behrends 6 0-2 12. Totals 30 16-27 77 3-pointers 1 (Giese) Assists (Giese 3, Ness 3) Rebounds (Ness 10, Schreier 6) Steals (Hartle 4, Ness 4).

WWG (62)

Dayna Comnick 2 0-0 4, Kaylee Mischke 0 1-4 1, Mady Johnson 1 0-0 2, Elizabeth Woelber 3 7-8 16, Abby Herding 0 5-7 5, Paige Erickson 11 10-12 32, Kelsi Wahl 0 2-4 2. Totals 17 23-35 62 3-pointers 3 (Woelber 3) Assists 7 (Woelber 2, Erickson 2) Rebounds 27 (Erickson 7, Comnick 7) Steals 11 (Erickson 4) Blocks 2 Turnovers 22.

Halftime Score: MCC 40, WWG 37.

Wabasso 62, NUC 37

Kimberly Frank had 16 points, eight assists and eight steals to fuel the Wabasso girls' basketball team to a 62-37 win over New Ulm Cathedral in a Tomahawk Conference game played Friday night in Wabasso.

Wabasso post player Chelsey Guetter added 11 points and two blocks for the Rabbits, who held a 30-14 lead at the half.

NUC's Karlee Pfaff and Lisa Helget each scored 11 points to lead the Greyhounds.

Wabasso improves to 2-1 overall and 1-0 in the Tomahawk Conference following the victory. The Rabbits will be on the road Monday to take on Sleepy Eye.

NUC (37)

Abby Hauser 0 2-2 2, Paige Pautzke 0 1-3 1, Kristin Mohr 0 1-3 1, Karlee Pfaff 5 0-0 11, Lindsay Simon 1 2-2 4, Lisa Helget 4 3-3 11, Anne Schwarz 1 3-4 5, Amber Hillesheim 1 0-0 2. Totals 12 12-19 37. 3-pointers 1 Total Fouls 15.

Wabasso (62)

Larissa Rohlik 1 0-0 3, Desi Kramer 1 1-2 3, Becky Franta 4 0-0 8, Kimberly Frank 6 2-4 16, Ellen Franta 3 0-0 8, Kacie Rothmeier 4 0-0 8, Mindy Goblirsch 0 1-2 1, Chelsey Guetter 4 3-7 11, Morgan Frank 2 0-0 4. Totals 25 7-18 62. 3-pointers 5 (K. Frank 2, E. Franta 2) Rebounds 31 (Kramer 6, Karlee Eichten 5) Assists 19 (K. Frank 8) Steals 21 (K. Frank 8) Blocks 3 (Guetter 2) Total Fouls 20.

Halftime Score: Wabasso 30, NUC 14.

Minneota 69, YME 18

Playing on consecutive nights had little effect on the Minneota Vikings as they rolled to a 69-18 victory over Yellow Medicine East in a non-conference girls' basketball game Friday in Granite Falls.

Led by Taylor Reiss' double-double, the Vikings showed why they're the fifth-ranked team in Class A, shooting nearly 40 percent from the field while holding the Sting to 11 percent shooting.

Reiss led all scorers with 25 points and gathered up 10 rebounds. Emily Stienessen and Molly Hennen each reached double figures scoring as well, with 17 and 10 points respectively. Michelle Jerzak's eight rebounds were two shy of the Vikings' second double-double of the game as she finished with 10 points.

YME had three players tie for the team lead with four points each, while Chyanne Sand had a team-high 10 rebounds.

The Vikings (5-0 overall) will look to stay unbeaten in their next engagement as they travel to Tracy on Friday for a Camden Conference game with Tracy-Milroy-Balaton. YME drops to 0-4 with the loss and returns to action for a home game with Lakeview on Monday.

Minneota (69)

Molly Hennen 2 6-6 10, Shelby Corbin 1 0-0 2, Emily Stienessen 6 2-2 17, Taylor Reiss 11 3-6 25, Megan Larson 2 0-0 4, Payton Boerboom 1 0-0 3, Michelle Jerzak 4 0-0 8. Totals 27 11-14 69. 3-pointers 4 (Stienessen 3) Rebounds 42 (Reiss 10) Assists 12 (Corbin 6) Steals 13 (Corbin 3, Stienessen 3) Blocks 1 (Hennen) Turnovers 12 Total Fouls 12.

YME (18)

Britanna Raddatz 1 1-2 4, Dani Aus 1 0-0 2, Kelly Anderson 1 0-0 2, Alexis Peters 2 0-0 4, Chyanne Sand 1 2-4 4, Cassie Struffert 0 2-6 2. Totals 6 5-12 18. 3-pointers 1 (Raddatz) Rebounds 27 (Sand 10) Assists 1 Steals 4 (Sand 3) Blocks 0 Turnovers 20 Total Fouls 10.

 
 

 

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