PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Marshall boys hockey falls to Windom Area, 5-2
MARSHALL — The Marshall boys hockey team fell to Windom Area 5-2 on Tuesday.
Windom Area jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the first period before adding a goal in the opening minutes of the second frame to make it 2-0. Marshall would get on the board with a goal from Logan Deutz on the assist from Jared Reinsma before Talan Plante found the back of the net on the assist from Reinsma and Braxton Meyer to tie things up at 2-2 with 7:54 left in the second.
But Windom had an answer, scoring roughly a minute later before getting another goal to make it 4-2 after two. The Eagles then scored with 10 minutes left in the game to bring it to the 5-2 final.
Windom Area outshot Marshall 44-17 on the game. Ezra Maurice recorded 39 saves in net for Marshall.
Marshall (3-10) will face Luverne on the road on Friday at 7 p.m.
Minnesota River 1
LESUEUR — The Marshall girls hockey team defeated Minnesota River 2-1 on Tuesday.
Marshall took an early lead in the first period when Kaitlyn Timm found the back of the net four minutes into the game, but Minnesota River answered with a goal with seven minutes left in the frame to tie things up at 1-1 after one.
After neither team could find scoring in the second, Marshall was able to take the lead at 2-1 when Timm got one past the goaltender on the assist from Emelia Barker 11:39 into the third period and ultimately give Marshall the one-goal victory.
Marshall outshot Minnesota River 35-23 on the game. Emma Klenken earned the victory in net for Marshall, recording 22 saves.
Marshall (8-4) will face Willmar at home on Thursday at 7 p.m.
Minneota 78, YME 47
MINNEOTA — The Minneota girls basketball team defeated Yellow Medicine East 78-47 on Tuesday.
Abby Hennen led Minneota with 25 points while Natalee Rolbiecki added 17, McKenna Yost had 11 and Jeren Rost had 10. Abby Rost led in rebounds with nine while Abby Hennen led in steals with six.
Shelby Mortenson led YME with 28 points while Hannah Stark added seven and Brylea Ruff had five. Mortenson led in rebounds with 16 while Stark led in assists with five.
Minneota (13-0) will face Canby on the road on Friday at 7:15 p.m. while YME (2-11) will face Lakeview at home on Friday at 7:15 p.m.
KMS 50, Canby 45
CANBY — The Canby girls basketball team fell to Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg 50-45 on Tuesday.
Hannah Jelen led Canby with 19 points while Aidyn Bruns added 13 and Ryann Hansen and McKenzie Ruether each had four. Bruns led in rebounds with nine while Hansen led in assists with four.
Canby (7-7) will face Minneota at home on Friday at 7:15 p.m.
Minneota 76, Canby 73
MINNEOTA — The Minneota boys basketball team defeated Canby 76-73 on Monday.
Jacob Hennen led Minneota with 25 points while Jacob Citterman added 24, AJ Josephson had 14 and Cale Sorensen had 11. Hennen led in rebounds with 18 while Josephson and Braeden Panka led in blocks with one each.
Trevor Gray led Canby with 20 points while Will Varcoe added 15, Ty Stoks had 12 and Evan Weber had 10.Varcoe led in rebounds with 11 while Gray led in assists with six.
Minneota (8-5) will face Lakeview on the road on Thursday at 7:15 p.m. while Canby (2-12) will face RTR on the road on Friday at 7:15 p.m.
COTTONWOOD — The Lakeview boys basketball team fell to Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 87-74 on Monday.
Owen Louwagie led Lakeview with 25 points while Nathan Fenske added 16 and Colby Marczak had 12. Ethan Schwankl and Louwagie led in rebounds with eight each while Louwagie led in assists with three.
No RTR stats were available at press time.
Lakeview (7-6) will face Minneota at home on Thursday at 7:15 p.m. while RTR (8-5) will face YME on the road on Thursday at 7:15 p.m.
ADRIAN — The Murray County Central girls basketball team defeated Adrian/Ellsworth 40-37 on Monday.
Amber Boock led MCC with eight points while Emily Rohrer and Bryn Hoekman each added six and Emma Johnson, Brynn Graphenteen and Seanna Swenson each had five. Swenson led in rebounds with 11 while Boock led in assists with seven.
MCC (2-12) will face Edgerton on the road on Friday at 7:15 p.m.