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High school roundup

January 23, 2013
Marshall Independent

Area girls' basketball

Lincoln HI 41, RCW 40 OT

After trailing Renville County West by nine at the half, the Lincoln HI girls' basketball team pushed the game into overtime after tying it at 35-35 at the end of regulation.

With less than 30 seconds on the clock, Heidi Pavek hit a free throw to give the Rebels their first win of the season, 41-40, in Camden Conference play.

Pavek, KaLea DeSmet and Morgan Citterman each scored 10 for Lincoln HI while Citterman and Maranda Jerzak each pulled down six rebounds.

The Rebels (1-13 overall, 1-8 Camden) will travel to Prinsburg on Friday to face Central Minnesota Christian Schools.

RCW (40)

Sadie Treml 0 4-8 4, Ricki Knutson 4 0-1 7, Morgan Zaske 3 1-2 8, Carina Zaske 2 0-1 4, Molly Elliot 1 1-1 3, Grace Robertson 3 0-2 6, Brittany Krogman 1 0-0 2, Stephanie Wersal 2 2-4 6. Totals 15 8-19 40. 3-pointers 2 (Elliot 1, Knutson 1) Rebounds 32 (Robertson 10) Assists 4 (M. Zaske 2) Steals 20 (Treml 6) Fouls 25.

Lincoln HI (41)

Heidi Pavek 3 4-13 10, KaLea DeSmet 4 0-0 10, Alex DeSmet 0 1-2 1, Brandi Barke 2 0-0 4, Jordan Bucholz 1 1-8 3, Morgan Citterman 4 2-4 10, Maranda Jerzak 0 1-2 1, Ciera Nelson 1 0-0 2. Totals 15 9-29 41. 3-pointers 2 (K. DeSmet 2) Rebounds 28 (Citterman 6, Jerzak 6) Assists 5 (Jerzak 2) Steals 12 (K. DeSmet 4, Barke 3) Blocks 1 (Jerzak) Turnovers 36.

Halftime Score: RCW 22, Lincoln HI 13.

Minneota 67, CMCS 28

Taylor Reiss scored 24 points to reach the 1,000-point milestone on Tuesday night as the Minneota girls' basketball team defeated Central Minnesota Christian in Camden Conference action 67-28.

The sophomore finished with four rebounds, five steals and three blocks in addition to her 24 points. Emily Stienessen added 13 points in the win while Molly Hennen scored eight points to go with her six assists.

The Vikings (15-2 overall, 8-0 Camden) will be in action again on Friday night when they travel to Dawson to face Dawson-Boyd.

CMCS (28)

Danielle Wubben 3 0-0 6, Erin Orred 1 0-2 2, Alexis Scott 1 0-0 2, Abby Zwart 2 1-2 6, Mary Covert 2 0-0 4, Jaclyn Swart 2 0-0 6, Kendra Te Brake 1 0-0 2. Totals 12 1-4 28. 3-pointers 3 (Swart 2, Zwart 1) Rebounds 22 (Scott 6) Assists 10 (Orred 3, Wubben 3) Steals 14 (Wubben 8) Turnovers 30.

Minneota (67)

Molly Hennen 3 2-4 8, Shelby Corbin 3 0-0 6, Emily Stienessen 6 0-0 13, Taylor Reiss 9 6-9 24, Kelsey Maeyaert 1 0-0 3, Megan Larson 2 0-2 5, Payton Boerboom 3 0-1 6, Michelle Jerzak 1 0-0 2. Totals 28 8-16 67. 3-pointers 3 (Stienessen, Maeyaert, Larson) Rebounds 21 (Corbin 4, Boerboom 4, Jerzak 4, Reiss 4) Assists 21 (Hennen 6, Larson 5) Steals 20 (Corbin 6, Reiss 5) Blocks 3 (Reiss 3) Turnovers 16.

Halftime Score: Minneota 44, CMCS 16.

MCC 66, RRC 64

The Murray County girls' basketball team moved above .500 in the Red Rock Conference standings with a 66-64 win over Red Rock Central on Tuesday night.

Jenna Ness scored a game-high 21 points in the win for the Rebels (7-4 overall, 6-5 RRC). Jade Giese scored 13, while Taylor Schreier added 10. Morgan Behrends came away with a 13-point, 11-rebound performance.

For the Falcons (2-13, 1-7), Brooke Rasmussen led the way with 17 points, while Melanie Kedl pitched in 10.

RRC will play host to Hills-Beaver Creek on Friday while MCC is off until next Tuesday, when they play host to Tracy-Milroy-Balaton in Slayton.

RRC (64)

Katie Larsen 2 4-8 8, Cassandra Erickson 4 1-2 9, Olivia Bittner 1 0-0 2, Tegan Derickson 1 3-4 5, Rachel Kedl 2 3-4 7, Fern Engen 1 2-2 4, Melanie Kedl 5 0-0 10, Brooke Rasmussen 6 1-1 17, Taylor Price 1 0-0 2. Totals 23 14-25 64. 3-pointers 4 (Rasmussen 4) Rebounds 22 (R. Kedl 7) Assists 4 (Rasmussen 3) Steals 10 (M. Kedl 3, Larsen 3) Blocks 2 (Engen, Larsen)Turnovers 32.

MCC (66)

Haley Bose 1 0-0 2, Morgan Behrends 6 1-4 13, Jade Giese 6 1-2 13, Taylor Schreier 4 1-2 10, Jenna Ness 6 9-10 21, McKenzie Schmitz 0 1-2 1, Rebekah Nysetvold 3 0-0 6. Totals 26 13-22 66. 3-pointers 1 (Schreier) Rebounds 44 (Behrends 11, Giese 7, Ness 7) Assists 13 (Giese 7) Steals 18 (Giese 5) Blocks 8 (Behrends 3) Turnovers 23.

Canby 50, MACCRAY 46

Ricki Kallhoff scored a game-high 27 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Canby girls' basketball team to a 50-46 win over MACCRAY in Camden Conference play on Tuesday.

Kallhoff added four blocks to her double-double while Morgan Merritt pitched in 12 points, five assists, and five steals in the effort.

The Lancers (8-6 overall, 5-3 Camden) will be in action as the travel to Renville to face Renville County West on Friday.

MACCRAY (46)

Ashley Dirkson 2 0-1 5, Ali Siverhus 5 0-0 12, Aleah Schwitters 3 1-2 8, Brook Gould 3 4-6 11, Alicia Ervin 1 0-0 2, Taylor Grussing 3 2-8 8. Totals 17 7-17 46. 3-pointers 5 (Siverhus 2, Dirkson 1, Schwitters 1, Gould 1) Rebounds 24 Assists 7 Steals 7 Blocks 2 Turnovers 15.

Canby (50)

Brandi Merritt 2 0-0 4, Brittany Merritt 0 1-2 1, Morgan Merritt 4 3-4 12, Tara Kockelman 1 0-0 2, Ricki Kallhoff 12 3-7 27, Taylor Gorder 2 0-0 4. Totals 21 7-14 50. 3-pointers 1 (M. Merritt) Rebounds 25 (Kallhoff 11, Gorder 6) Assists 13 (M. Merritt 5) Steals 13 (M. Merritt 5) Blocks 4 (Kallhoff 4) Turnovers 23.

Halftime Score: Canby 24, MACCRAY 20.

Lakeview 51, YME 49

After trailing 25-23 at halftime, the Lakeview girls' basketball team turned the table on the Yellow Medicine East Sting, scoring 28 second-half points to pull off a 51-49 comeback win in Cottonwood on Tuesday.

Allison Boerboom scored a team-high 16 points to lead the Lakers to victory, while Corbin Wee added 11 points. Hoffman also had a team-high nine rebounds.

Kelly Anderson had 16 points to lead YME, while Chyanne Sand and Cassie Struffert chipped in with 10 and 12 points, respectively. Sand pulled down eight rebounds and had four steals in a losing effort.

Lakeview improves to 6-10 on the season and hosts Dawson-Boyd for its next game on Thursday. YME, meanwhile, falls to 1-14 with the loss and will play host to Redwood Valley on Thursday as well.

YME (49)

Britanna Raddatz 2 0-2 4, Dani Aus 1 0-0 2, Danie Roden 1 0-0 3, Kelly Anderson 6 4-4 16, Allison Carmany 0 2-2 2, Chyanne Sand 5 0-3 10, Cassie Struffert 6 0-4 12. Totals 21 6-15 49. 3-pointers 1 (Roden) Rebounds 34 (Sand 8, Raddatz 8) Assists 13 (Aus 4, Raddatz 3, Roden 3) Steals 6 (Sand 4) Blocks 3 Turnovers 19 Total Fouls 20.

Lakeview (51)

Sadie Stelter 1 2-4 4, Corbin Wee 4 2-5 11, Brianna Hoffman 3 1-4 7, Brooklyn Hartle 2 0-0 4, Madi Nelson 2 0-0 5, Katie Timm 1 2-2 4, Allison Boerboom 6 4-6 16. Totals 19 11-21 51. 3-pointers 2 Rebounds 28 (Hoffman 9, Stelter 7) Assists 9 (Nelson 4, Stelter 3) Steals 7 (Stelter 3, Wee 2) Blocks 3 Turnovers 16 Total Fouls 13.

Halftime Score: YME 25, Lakeview 23

Wabasso 54, New Ulm Cathedral 24

The Wabasso girls' basketball team converted a 31-9 halftime lead over New Ulm Cathedral in to a 54-24 win in Tomahawk Conference play on Tuesday night.

Kimberly Frank led the Rabbit (14-2 overall, 8-1 Tomahawk) offense with 15 points. Chelsey Guetter added 14 in the win while Kacie Rothmeier scored 9.

Desi Kramer pulled down eight rebounds and dished three assists in addition to her five points and block.

Wabasso will play host to Sleepy Eye on Friday.

Wabasso (54)

Kimberly Frank 15, Chelsey Guetter 14, Kacie Rothmeier 9, Larissa Rohlik 5, Desi Kramer 5, Jamie Goblirsch 2, Ellen Franta 2, Alyssa Rothmeier 2. Rebounds 34 (Kramer 8) Assists 18 (Kramer 3, Erin Liebl 3) Steals 25 (Frank 7) Blocks 2 (Kramer, Morgan Frank).

Area boys' basketball

Minneota 75, Lakeview 71

Minneota's Dylan Tolk hit a three-pointer with under two minutes left to give the Minneota boys basketball team the final lead en route to the Vikings' ninth straight win, 74-71, over Lakeview in the Camden Conference on Tuesday.

Grant Hennen led the Vikings (12-3 overall, 6-2 Camden) with a 19-point, 14-rebound performance. Dan Harrison added 18 points to the win, while Tolk and Aaric Christenson scored 17 and 12, respectively.

Damien Wallin led the Lakers with 20 points while Jonah Dovre and Derek Larsen each recorded a double-double. Dovre had 17 points and 13 rebounds, while Derek Larsen had 14 points and 13 assists. Spencer Larsen was also in double digits for Lakeview (7-10, 3-7) with 11 points.

Both teams will be on the road Thursday when Minneota travels to Prinsburg to face Central Minnesota Christian on Thursday while Lakeview will be at Echo to square off against the E.C.H.O. Charter School.

Minneota (75)

Aaric Christenson 3 4-6 12, Dylan Tolk 7 0-0 17, Dan Harrison 6 6-7 18, Austin Buysse 2 0-1 6, David Noyes 1 0-0 3, Grant Hennen 9 1-1 19. Totals 28 11-15 75. 3-pointers 8 (Tolk 3, Christenson 2, Buysse 2, Noyes 1) Rebounds 30 (Hennen 14, Harrison 8) Assists 12 (Jack Anundson 4) Steals 11 (Buysse 6) Fouls 15 Turnovers 11.

Lakeview (71)

Derek Larsen 5 0-0 14, Tyler Lange 2 0-0 6, Damien Wallin 8 0-0 20 Max Horner 1 0-0 2, Jonah Dovre 8 1-4 17, Quinn Fenger 0 1-2 1, Spencer Larsen 3 5-6 11. Totals 27 7-12 71. 3-pointers 10 (D. Larsen 4, Wallin 4, Lange 2) Rebounds 28 (Dovre 13 Assists 21 (D. Larsen 13) Steals 6 (D. Larsen 3) Blocks 4 (Dovre 4) Fouls 17 Turnovers 18.

Halftime Score: Minneota 41, Lakeview 36

Pipestone 59, TMB 57

Jacob Derby's all-around big game lifted the Pipestone Area Arrows to a slim 59-57 non-conference boys' basketball win over Tracy-Milroy-Balaton in Tracy on Tuesday.

Derby scored a team-high 17 points, while also pulling down 11 rebounds for a double-double. He also added four assists and three steals, both team highs, to the winning effort. Collin Moeller went 7-for-10 from the free throw line on his way to tying Derby with a team-high 17 points.

The Panthers (4-10 overall) were led by Parker Lanoue's 17 points. The TMB guard knocked down four 3-pointers, while Josh Kirk made three 3s to reach 10 points. Brian Fultz added 14 points in defeat.

The Panthers will be back in action on Thursday as they look to end a four-game losing skid with a Camden Conference road game against Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg in Kerkhoven.

Pipestone (59)

Dominic Freese 0 0-2 0, Boyer Bouman 1 0-2 2, Jacob Derby 6 3-5 17, Andrew Berg 1 0-0 2, Brady Clausen 4 0-2 8, Donovan Johnson 1 0-0 2, Collin Moeller 5 7-10 17, AJ Bucher 5 1-3 11. Totals 23 11-24 59. 3-pointers 2 (Derby 2) Rebounds 35 (Derby 11) Assists 9 (Derby 4) Steals 4 (Derby 3) Blocks 0 Turnovers 10 Total Fouls 17.

TMB (57)

Jordan Lanoue 0 1-2 1, Mason Van Essen 3 0-0 6, Alec Swan 4 1-6 9, Parker Lanoue 6 1-2 17, Josh Kirk 3 1-2 10, Brian Fultz 5 2-2 14, Brett Swenhaugen 0 0-1 0. Totals 21 6-15 57. 3-pointers 9 (P. Lanoue 4, Kirk 3) Rebounds 26 (Swenhaugen 7) Assists 12 (Fultz 3, P. Lanoue 3) Steals 4 Blocks 3 (Swenhaugen 2) Turnovers 7 Total Fouls 18.

Halftime Score: Pipestone 30, TMB 29

Canby 75, CGB 53

The Canby Lancers boys' basketball team put its five-game winning streak up against Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley's four-game win streak in Graceville on Tuesday. Thanks to a dominating interior presence, the Lancers extended their streak to six games behind a 75-53 win.

Zach Nuy led the Lancers with 16 points off of six field goals and four free throws. Michael Sisk added 13 points, while Michael Slaba chipped in 15 as the only other Lancers to reach double figures scoring in the win. Sisk added seven rebounds, while Slaba dished out seven assists.

Johnny Connelly led CGB with 16 points, while Damon Gibson added 14 in a losing effort.

Canby improves to 12-2 on the season with the win and hosts MACCRAY on Thursday in its next contest.

Canby (75)

Michael Slaba 6 2-3 15, Nate Stafki 2 0-0 5, Cole Brusven 2 0-0 5, Michael Sisk 6 1-4 13, Miles Schmitz 1 0-0 2, Zach Nuy 6 4-4 16, Kristian Leppke 3 0-0 7, Corey Castell 1 2-4 4, Kyle Devos 3 2-2 8. Totals 30 11-17 75. 3-pointers 4 Rebounds 32 (Sisk 7, Stafki 6, Nuy 5) Assists 19 (Slaba 7, Stafki 4) Steals 14 (Leppke 5) Blocks 5 (Devos 2, Leppke 2) Turnovers 14 Total Fouls 15.

CGB (53)

Jason Montonye 4 0-0 8, Johnny Connelly 5 4-7 16, Zak Adelman 0 2-2 2, Kade Karsky 2 0-0 4, Damon Gibson 5 3-7 14, Jordan Bauer 1 0-0 3, Nate Bauer 3 0-0 6. Totals 20 9-16 53. 3-pointers 4 (Connelly 2) Turnovers 16 Total Fouls 14.

Halftime Score: Canby 37, CGB 30

RRC 65, Sleepy Eye 48

The Red Rock Central boys' basketball team moved to .500 on the season with a 65-48 win over Sleepy Eye on Tuesday in Lamberton.

Jeff DeCock led all scorers with 24 points for the Falcons (6-6 overall) and dished out seven assists. Henry Rogotzke put together a solid double-double with 18 points and 18 rebounds.

RRC will be in action again on Thursday when the Falcons play host to Murray County Central in Lamberton.

Sleepy Eye (48)

Jake Trebesch 1 4-8 6, Brandon Polesky 3 2-4 8, John Mangen 4 2-2 10, Austin Trebesch 2 2-2 4, Austin Fischer 2 0-0 4, Saul Ibarra 3 1-2 9, Juan Montemayor 2 0-0 5. Totals 17 11-20 48. 3-pointers 3 (Ibarra 2, Montemayor 1) Rebounds 35 Assists 7 Steals 11 Blocks 2 Fouls 48 Turnovers 13.

RRC (65)

Henry Rogotzke 6 6-6 18, Jeff DeCock 9 3-4 24, Thomas Blomgren 2 0-0 4, Sam Halter 1 1-3 3, Austin Price 3 0-0 9, Tyler Halland 0 1-3 1, Maison Miller 3 0-0 6, Brandon Sohre 0 0-1 0. Totals 23 11-17 65. 3-pointers 6 (DeCock 3, Price 3) Rebounds 41 (Rogotzke 18) Assists 18 (DeCock 7) Steals 5 (Price 2) Blocks 5 (Rogotzke 3) Turnovers 12.

Halftime Score: RRC 36, Sleepy Eye 24.

CMCS 80, E.C.H.O. Charter 31

Central Minnesota Christian had four players score in double figures as the Bluejays picked up a decisive 80-31 boys' basketball win over E.C.H.O. Charter School in Prinsburg on Tuesday.

CMCS (6-7 overall) was led by Austin Bulthuis' 19 points. Grant Hoekstra hit four 3-pointers on his way to 16 points, while Taylor Slagter chipped in 14 and Lucas Van Eps added 11 points in the win.

The Rockets (1-6 overall) were led by Tanner Lentz' 11 points. Shawn Peterson added eight points in defeat.

E.C.H.O. is back on the court Friday as the Rockets host the Lakeview Lakers in Echo.

E.C.H.O. Charter (31)

DJ Ose 0 0-2 0, Kyle Gluth 1 0-0 2, Tanner Lentz 5 1-1 11, Nick Pingel 2 0-2 5, Abe Faugstad 2 1-3 5, Shawn Peterson 1 6-7 8. Totals 10 8-15 31. 3-pointers 1 (Pingel) Total Fouls 9.

CMCS (80)

Taylor Slagter 6 1-2 14, Zach Zwart 2 0-0 6, Dillon Erickson 2 0-0 5, Nick Daugherty 3 0-0 6, Grant Hoekstra 5 2-2 16, Lucas Van Eps 5 0-0 11, Austin Bulthuis 8 3-4 19, Jared Duininck 0 3-4 3. Totals 31 9-12 80. 3-pointers 9 (Hoekstra 4) Total Fouls 14.

Halftime Score: CMCS 43, E.C.H.O. Charter 16

Area wrestling

Worthington 57, TMB 21

The Tracy-Milroy-Balaton/Westbrook-Walnut Grove wrestlers fell to Worthington/Round Lake-Brewster 57-21 on Tuesday.

Logan Axford gave the Panthers their first win with a pin at 126 pounds. Caleb Christian followed up with a 6-0 win at 132.

TMB/WWG won its final two matches of the night with a pair of pins from Anthony Koch and Austin Peterson at 145 pounds and 152 pounds, respectively.

The Panthers will be in action again on Thursday when they travel to Marshall for a triangular with the Tigers and River Valley.

Worthington 57, TMB/WWG 21

106-Hser eh Pwae (W) pinned Daulton Carlson, 0:22

113-Hser Mou Pwae (W) pinned Nester Perez, 0:43

120-Anthony Luft (W) won by forfeit

126-Logan Axford (T/W) pinned Jefferey Camacho, 3:52

132-Caleb Christian (T/W) dec. Cody Michelson, 6-0

138-Vince Riley (W) pinned Kyle Gilbertson, 1:55

145-Anthony Koch (T/W) pinned Zachary Bruns, 3:25

152-Austin Peterson (T/W) pinned King Saenz, 2:37

160-Zach Kempema (W) pinned Brennon Cooley, 1:50

170-Blake Schroeder (W) tech fall Tanner Michelson, 18-3

182-Virgil Cerda (W) maj. dec. Tristan Varpness, 16-6

195-Carson Hagen (W) pinned Brandon Balsavage, 0:49

220-Ty Veen (W) pinned Jake Peterson, 0:40

285-Peter Abraham (W) won by forfeit

KMS?43, Quad County 10

Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg, Class A's fifth-ranked wrestling team, traveled to Clara City Tuesday and made quick work of host Quad County, winning the dual 43-10.

Quad County managed three wins on the day. Zach Kluver won a 3-1 decision at 126 pounds, Trevor Fagen earned a major decision at 132 pounds and Wyatt Hatch defeated KMS's Fred Mansfield in a 4-2 decision at 145 pounds.

The Quad County wrestling team returns to the mat Saturday for the West Central Conference wrestling tournament hosted by Minnewaska Area in Glenwood.

KMS 43, Quad County 10

106-Caleb Collins (KMS) maj. dec. Jordan Odegard, 13-3

113-Jordan Engler (KMS) maj. dec. Ethan Thein, 12-4

120-Nick Meyer (KMS) pinned Isaac Rillo, 2:19

126-Zach Kluver (QC) dec. unknown, 3-1

132-Trevor Fagen (QC) maj. dec. unknown, 17-9

138-Jared Krieger (KMS) dec. Dylan Johnson, 7-4

145-Wyatt Hatch (QC) dec. Fred Mansfield, 4-2

152-Zach Carlson (KMS) tech. fall. Brandon Bratsch, 4:39

160-Kyle Baker (KMS) won by forfeit

170-Jordan Rothers (KMS) pinned Oscar Arce, 0:37

182-Austin Rothers (KMS) dec. Aaron Lalim (QC) 5-2

195-Jorge Munoz Peterson (KMS) dec. Landon Evans, 1-0

220-Double forfeit

HWT-Colton Kinney (KMS) dec. Trey Cox, 11-10

 
 

 

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