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PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Marshall goes on late run in 6-3 win over Windom Area

Independent file photo In this Dec. 19, 2019 file photo, Marshall’s Joe Archbold scores on a breakway during their game against Fairmont. The Tigers beat the Windom Eagles 6-3 on Monday.

WINDOM – A quick look at the Big South standings in boys hockey, and you’d see the Marshall Tigers near the top of the standings with the Windom Eagles in the league’s bottom half of teams.

That didn’t matter early, as Windom held a 2-1 lead in the first period. The Tigers would tie the game up before the first intermission on a goal from Jenson Meyer.

Marshall would add a goal by Joe Archbold in the second — his second of the night — before the Eagles tied the score again early in the third.

From that point on, it was all Tigers as the road team scored three unanswered goals from Bryson Whyte, Marco Bayer and Tristan VanDeVere to take control of the game.

Dominik Caspers recorded 25 saves in the win, as the Tigers finished with a 34-28 advantage in shots on goal.

Marshall (12-6) will travel to Fairmont on Thursday.

Prep girls basketball

MCC 58, Edgerton 29

SLAYTON — Murray County Central defeated Edgerton 58-29 on Monday.

Shelby Christensen led the way for MCC with 15 points and five steals. Brianna Schmitz added 13 points and six rebounds in the win while Sam Larson finished with 11 points.

MCC (3-7) will travel to Adrian/Ellsworth on Thursday.

Edgerton 12 17 — 29

Murray 39 19 — 58

MURRAY COUNTY CENTRAL: Heezen 0-0 1-2 1, Schmitz 4-14 1-2 13, Christensen 4-11 7-10 15, Graphenteen 3-11 1-4 9, Sa. Larson 4-10 0-2 11, Boock 1-6 0-0 2, Engbarth 3-9 0-0 7. TOTALS: 19-71 10-20 58.

REBOUNDS: MCC 30 (Hoekman 7). ASSISTS: MCC 1. STEALS: MCC 14 (Christensen 5). BLOCKS: MCC 0. FOULS: MCC 12 (Hoekman). TURNOVERS: MCC 14.

RRC 65, HLO/F 47

FULDA — Red Rock Central defeated Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda 65-47 on Monday.

Hannah Evans led the way for RRC with 18 points and 12 rebounds. Nicole Schroepfer added 12 points and 10 rebounds in the win, while Karli Arkell added 16 points and nine rebounds.

RRC (6-6) will host Edgerton on Thursday.

RRC 40 25 — 65

HLO/F 23 24 — 47

RED ROCK CENTRAL: Weis 7, Stavnes 5, Hensch 6, Schroepfer 12, Bierl 1, Arkell 16, Evans 18.

REBOUNDS: RRC 40 (Evans 12, Schroepfer 10, Arkell 9). ASSISTS: RRC 21 (Weis 5, Stavnes 4, Schroepfer 4). STEALS: RRC 8 (Arkell 3). BLOCKS: RRC 8 (Schroepfer 4). FOULS: RRC 14. TURNOVERS: RRC 11.

SWC 84, WWG 20

WESTBROOK — Southwest Minnesota Christian defeated Westbrook-Walnut Grove 84-20 on Monday.

Alli VandeKieft and Bethany Byers led WWG with seven points apiece. Camryn Bunting added four points and nine rebounds in the loss, while Kelly Berglund scored two points.

SWC forced WWG to commit 32 turnovers in the game.

WWG (2-8) will travel to Hills-Beaver Creek on Thursday.

SWC 40 44 — 84

WWG 13 7 — 20

WESTBROOK-WALNUT GROVE: Berglund 1-5 0-0 2, VandeKieft 2-10 3-4 7, Byers 2-8 0-0 7, Bunting 1-7 2-6 4. TOTALS: 6-36 5-14 20.

REBOUNDS: WWG 31 (Bunting 9, DeSmith 8). ASSISTS: WWG 2. STEALS: WWG 3. BLOCKS: WWG 3. FOULS: WWG 15. TURNOVERS: WWG 32.

Saturday girls prep basketball

RRC 62, Wabasso 46

LAMBERTON — Red Rock Central defeated Wabasso 62-46 on Saturday.

Nicole Schroepfer led the way for RRC with 16 points and eight rebounds.

Karli Arkell added nine points and nine rebounds in the win, while Lily Stavnes recorded four points, six assists and seven steals.

Wabasso 28 18 — 46

Red Rock 27 35 — 62

RED ROCK CENTRAL: Weis 8, Stavnes 4, Hensch 1, Schroepfer 16, Bierl 6, Arkell 9, Evans 8

REBOUNDS: RRC 33 (Arkell 9, Schroepfer 8). ASSISTS: RRC 15 (Stavnes 6, Weis 5). STEALS: RRC 20 (Stavnes 7). BLOCKS: RRC 9 (Arkell 5). FOULS: RRC 10. TURNOVERS: RRC 25.

Prep gymnastics

Marshall 123.5,

SJA 110.95

ST. JAMES — Marshall picked up a 123.5-110.95 win over St. James Area on Monday.

Cameen McFarquhar took first place in all-around with a combined score of 32.575. Her performance included scoring an 8.75 in both floor exercise and on the vault.

Clara Bader finished the meet fifth in all-around, highlighted by an 8.3 on the vault and an 8.6 on the balance beam.

Saphi McFarquhar added a first-place score of 8.9 on the bars and an 8.8 on the beam.

Marshall will return home on Thursday to face Jackson County Central in the annual “Meet the Tigers” night.

Prep boys basketball

ACGC 90, YME 57

GRANITE FALLS — Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City defeated Yellow Medicine East 90-57 on Monday.

Dawson Miller scored 38 points to lead ACGC.

Carter Sneller led YME with 18 points and eight rebounds. Cody Dahlager added 10 pointsin the loss.

YME (0-9) will host Dawson-Boyd on Thursday.

ACGC 50 40 — 90

YME 21 36 — 57

YELLOW MEDICINE EAST: Korstad 2-5 0-0 4, Chase 3-5 0-0 8, Rillo 1-3 0-1 2, Sneller 7-13 1-4 18, Syring 1-2 0-0 2, Jimenez 2-5 0-1 4, Jans 1-4 0-1 2, Johnson 1-4 0-0 2, Dahlager 5-9 0-1 10, Knapper 2-3 0-0 5. TOTALS: 25-62 1-8 57.

REBOUNDS: YME 17 (Sneller 8). ASSISTS: YME 7 (Dahlager 4). STEALS: YME 5 (Korstad 3). BLOCKS: YME 1 (Sneller 1). FOULS: YME 17. TURNOVERS: YME 8.

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