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Boys Basketball: MACCRAY rolls past LQPV

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CLARA CITY -- The MACCRAY boys basketball team picked up about where it left off last season, scoring 44 first-half points on its way to a 64-33 win over Lac qui Parle Valley on Friday.

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The Wolverines, a state tournament team in 2010, got 20 points from Corey Abbas, 15 from Taylor Thissen and 14 from Brady Boike.

Boike led rebounders with 9 and Thissen had 5. Boike also had 6 steals and Abbas had 8 assists.

Jordan Brehmer led the Eagles with 10 points and Brandon Bornhorst had 5 points and 5 steals.

MACCRAY's game against Dawson-Boyd, originally set for Dec. 10, has been rescheduled for Jan. 13 due to the Blackjacks' extended run in the state football playoffs. The Wolverines play next against Central Minnesota Christian on Dec. 13.

MACCRAY 64, LQPV 33

LQPV (0-1) 17 16 -- 33

MACCRAY (1-0) 44 20 -- 64

LAC QUI PARLE VALLEY - 14-43 FG (0-2 3-pt); 5-8 FT; 27 rebounds; 18 fouls ... Scoring: Jordan Brehmer 10, Blake Hoium 7, Brandon Bornhorst 5, Dazhown Coleman 8, Eric Smith 1, Jacob Maland 2 ... 3-point shots: None ... Rebound leaders: Maland 5 ... Assist leaders: Colby Siegert 2 ... Steal leaders: Bornhorst 5

MACCRAY - 25-47 FG (5-12 3-pt); 9-16 FT; 30 rebounds; 10 fouls ... Scoring: Corey Abbas 20, Riley Aeikens 8, Jordan Boonstra 2, Brady Boike 14, Taylor Thissen 15, Bailey Boike 1, D.J. VanKlompenberg 4 ... 3-point shots: Abbas 2, Aeikens 2, Thissen 1 ... Rebound leaders: Brady Boike 9, Thissen 5 ... Assist leaders: Abbas 8 ... Steal leaders: Brady Boike 6

Morris/CA 41, Minnewaska 39

Morris/Chokio-Alberta built a 25-18 lead but couldn't shake the Lakers in the second half.

Minnewaska tied the game at 34 and made two baskets in the final 15 seconds for the final two-point margin.

Riley Arndt with 13 points and Austin Dierks with 10 led a deliberate Tigers' offense that put up just 29 shots and was cool 14 of 27 at the line.

Trenton Nuetzelman led the Lakers with 11 points.

Minnewaska (0-1) 18 21 -- 39

Morris/CA (1-0) 25 16 -- 41

MINNEWASKA - 14-39 FG (1-9 3-pt); 10-12 FT; 19 rebounds; 22 fouls ... Scoring: Blake Johnsrud 8, Jeff Pooler 5, Trenton Nuetzelman 11, Austin Giese 5, Andrew Ostrander 6, Austin Ostrander 2, Lucas Anderson 2 ... 3-point shots: Pooler ... Rebound leaders: Anderson 3 ... Assist leaders: A. Ostrander 6 ... Steal leaders: Johnsrud 3, Giese 3

MORRIS/CHOKIO-ALBERTA - 13-29 FG (1-7 3-pt); 14-27 FT; 24 rebounds; 10 fouls ... Scoring: Chandler Erickson 4, Brody Bahr 2, Sam Mattson 3, Riley Arndt 13, Lincoln Berget 2, Logan Manska 5, John Tiernan 2, Austin Dierks 10 ... 3-point shots: Mattson 1 ... Rebound leaders: Arndt 5, Dierks 7... Assist leaders: Bahr 2, Jake Torgerson 2, Erickson 2 ... Steal leaders: Manska 2

West Central Invite

BBE 80, ACGC 56

Brian Goodwin knocked down 5 three-pointers on the way to netting a game-high 23 points and Connor Goodwin amassed a double-double of 16 rebounds and 12 points to ignite No. 1 BBE in its season opener.

The Class A top-ranked Jaguars will meet West Central Area in the final today at 7:30 p.m., while ACGC meets KMS in the third-place game at 6 p.m.

Kirby Montbriand with 13 points and James Kuefler another 12 helped BBE shoot 53 percent from the field. Brian Goodwin also had 7 assists and 5 steals.

ACGC had Dylan Hoerchler (15 points), Jacob Belgum (12), Jordan Nelson (10) and Trever Heining (10) all score in double figures.

ACGC (0-1) 19 37 -- 56

BBE (1-0) 38 42 -- 80

ACGC - 16-42 FG (3-14 3-pt); 21-31 FT; 27 rebounds; 15 fouls ... Scoring: Dylan Hoerchler 15, Jacob Belgum 12, Jordan Nelson 10, Trever Heining 10, Austin Mueller 4, Logan Jacobs 5 ... 3-point shots: Hoerchler 2, Belgum 1 ... Rebound leaders: Jacobs 6, Heining 6 ... Assist leaders: N/A ... Steal leaders: N/A

BBE - 32-60 FG (9-23 3-pt); 7-11 FT; 43 rebounds; 23 fouls ... Scoring: Trey Heinsius 5, Austin Imdieke 9, Brian Goodwin 23, James Kuefler 12, Billy Borgerding 4, Kirby Montbriand 13, Connor Goodwin 12, Carl Knutson 2 ... 3-point shots: Imdieke 2, B. Goodwin 5, Heinsius 1, Montbriand 1 ... Rebound leaders: G. Goodwin 16, Kuefler 8 ... Assist leaders: B. Goodwin 7 ... Steal leaders: B. Goodwin 5

West Central 73, KMS 43

Jonah Johnson led the Fighting Saints with 14 points and five assists. Jacob Zvorak also scored 14 and grabbed seven rebounds.

KMS (0-1) 17 26 -- 43

WCA (1-0) 39 34 -- 73

KMS - 17-48 FG (0-9 3-pt); 9-19 FT; 25 rebounds; 15 fouls ... Scoring: Brendan Hjelle 1, Jonah Johnson 14, Tyler Dick 4, Blake Hagen 2, Jacob Zvorak 14, Mitch Tollefson 6, Aaren Glesne 2 ... 3-point shots: none ... Rebound leaders: Zvorak 7, Hagen 7 ... Assist leaders: Johnson 5, Hagen 3 ... Steal leaders: Dick 1, Zvorak 1

WEST CENTRAL AREA - 31-78 FG (2-15 3-pt); 9-18 FT; 52 rebounds; 21 fouls ... Scoring: Matt Wagner 8, Dakotah Kashmark 6, Drew Peterson 12, Jeffrey Martinson 4, Adam Kaye 8, Andrew Asleson 8, Bradley Westrom 2, Christian Thomasy 17, Brady Combs 2, Alex Dahlen 2, Nathan Richards 4 ... 3-point shots: Wagner 2 ... Rebound leaders: Thomasy 8 ... Assist leaders: Kashmark 6 ... Steal leaders: Peterson 4

YME 53, Minneota 50

Aaron Savariego, a 5-11 senior guard, led Yellow Medicine East to a road win to open the season. He scored 22 points while leading the backcourt with three assists and two steals. He also canned a pair of 3-pointers.

Ryan Reishus, a 6-6 senior center, worked around the iron for 10 points and 8 rebounds.

Grant Hennen, a 6-4 junior forward, paced the Vikings with 22 points (8 of 10 at the line) and 8 rebounds. The Vikings took only 29 shots from the floor.

YME (1-0) 25 28 -- 53

Minneota (0-1) 27 23 -- 50

YME - 20-57 FG (2-7 3-pt); 11-24 FT; 23 rebounds; 24 fouls ... Scoring: Elliot Carmany 4, Devon Dyrdahl 2, Adam Koepke 2, Red Raddatz 8, Austin Thorstad 3, Adam Savariego 24, Ryan Reishus 10 ... 3-point shots: Savariego 2 ... Rebound leaders: Thorstad 5, Reishus 8 ... Assist leaders: Savariego 3 ... Steal leaders: Savariego 2

MINNEOTA - 13-29 FG (2-2 3-pt); 22-29 FT; 20 rebounds; 17 fouls ... Scoring: Aaric Christenson 1, Lee Bot 9, Dan Harrison 8, Jake Bottelberghe 6, David Noyes 3, Grant Hennen 22 ... 3-point shots: Hennen 2... Rebound leaders: Hennen 8, Harrison 6 ... Steal leaders: Hennen 2, Bot 2

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