PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Marshall wrestling earns sweep
MARSHALL — The Marshall wrestling team earned a pair of victories in its home triangular on Thursday, defeating Adrian Area 55-16 and Redwood Valley 57-17.
Against Adrian Area, Brayden Ust won by major decision while Drew Chandler, Christian Vlaminck, Tate Condezo, Josh Kraft, Cole Felcyn and Spencer Wambeke won by pin, Dylan Louwagie and Grant Louwagie won by forfeit and Tucker Fiene won by decision for Marshall.
Felcyn’s pin was also his 60th career victory.
Against Redwood Valley, Chandler won by major decision while Brett Regnier, Dylan Louwagie, Condezo, Lucas Stelter, Mitchell Bouwman and Wambeke won by fall and Kraft, Grant Louwagie and Keiton Walarius won by forfeit for Marshall.
Marshall will compete next on Tuesday at Pipestone Area at 5 p.m.
WILLMAR — The Marshall girls hockey team fell to Willmar 5-0 on Thursday.
Willmar jumped out to an early lead with a goal with 1:33 left in the first period, an advantage that would hold going into the final frame. But it was in the third where the Cardinals found a groove on offense, as Willmar scored four more times to earn the 5-0 victory.
Willmar outshot Marshall 67-11 on the game. Emma Klenken recorded 62 saves in net for Marshall.
Marshall (6-3) will face Prairie Centre on the road on Tuesday at 7 p.m.
MINNEOTA — The Minneota girls basketball team defeated Lakeview 60-29 on Thursday.
Abby Hennen led Minneota with 19 points while Abby Rost added 12 and Natalee Rolbiecki had eight. Ireland Stassen led in rebounds with nine while Abby Hennen led in assists with six.
Kaitlynn Bot led Lakeview with seven points while Savanna Louwagie added six and Payton Timm had five. Bot led in rebounds with five while Kiana Imes and Shelby Gravley led in assists with two each.
Minneota (9-0) will face Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa at home on Saturday at 1 p.m. while Lakeview (7-3) will face RCW at home on Saturday at 7:15 p.m.
COMFREY — The Red Rock Central girls basketball team defeated Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey 60-52 on Thursday.
Nicole Schroepfer led RRC with 17 points while Karli Arkell added 16 and Lily Stavnes had 12. Josie Horning led in rebounds with 12 while Schroepfer and Stavnes led in assists with four each.
RRC (7-3) will face MCC at home on Tuesday at 7:15 p.m.