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Boys basketball roundup: Canby bounces Dawson-Boyd for Camden title

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CANBY — Only five players scored for Canby, but four of them hit double figures as the Lancers handed No. 2-ranked Dawson-Boyd its second straight loss Tuesday by posting a 70-63 win in the Camden Conference championship.

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Michael Slaba hit for 20 points, Zach Nuy 19 and Josh Gallegos and Kristian Leppke added 15 more each for Canby, champs of the South and ranked No. 10. The Lancers made less field goals than Dawson-Boyd, but they outscored the visiting Blackjacks 15-3 at the free throw line.

Joey Lee had 21 points and Michael Lee another 20 for Dawson-Boyd, champions of the North. Michael added 8 rebounds.

Canby 70,

Dawson-Boyd 63

Dawson-Boyd (21-2)         39 24 — 63

Canby (21-4)        32 38 — 70

DAWSON-BOYD – 27-46 FG (6-15 3-pt); 3-5 FT; 13 rebounds; 18 fouls … Scoring: Jess Hansen 8, Noah Stelter 8, Joey Lee 21, Kyler Collins 2, Michael Lee 20, Zach Stratmoen 4 … 3-point shots: Hansen 2, Stelter 1, J. Lee 1, M. Lee 2 … Rebound leaders: M. Lee 8 … Assist leaders: Stelter 3, J. Lee 3 … Steal leaders: none

CANBY – 26-46 FG (3-8 3-pt); 15-22 FT; 20 rebounds; 8 fouls … Scoring: McKinley Johansen 1, Michael Slaba 20, Zach Nuy 19, Josh Gallegos 15, Kristian Leppke 15 … 3-point shots: Slaba 1, Leppke 2 … Rebound leaders: Gallegos 7, Leppke 6 … Assist leaders: Slaba 6 … Steal leaders: Johansen 2

CMCS 67, KMS 17

Nick Daugherty, Taylor Slagter and Austin Bulthuis all scored in double-digits for the Bluejays (12-4, 15-6).

Bulthuis nabbed 6 rebounds and Slagter had 4 assists and 4 steals.

James Faulkner scored 12 of KMS’ 17 points.

KMS (0-16, 1-23)                13 4 — 17

CMCS (12-4, 15-6)             37 30 — 67

KERKHOVEN-MURDOCK-SUNBURG – 5-22 FG (3-9 3-pt); 4-6 FT; 13 rebounds; 17 fouls … Scoring: James Faulkner 12, Cameron Hjelle 3, Preston Mahlum 2 … 3-point shots: n/a … Rebound leaders: Taylor Feldman 3 … Assist leaders: n/a … Steal leaders: n/a

CENTRAL MINNESOTA CHRISTIAN – 28-50 FG (4-12 3-pt); 8-15 FT; 24 rebounds; 13 fouls … Scoring: Matthew VanEps 9, Jaxon Schwitters 1, Nick Daugherty 10, Lucas Schwitters 7, Ethan Brouwer 2, Ryan Brouwer 4, Taylor Slagter 11, Lucas VanEps 9, Austin Bulthuis 12, Levi Post 3 … 3-point shots: M. VanEps 1, L. Schwitters 1, Slagter 1, L. VanEps 1 … Rebound leaders: Bulthuis 6 … Assist leaders: Slagter 4 … Steal leaders: Slagter 4

Wright County

GSL 56, Litchfield 51

The Dragons (5-8, 8-16) seemed to have the win wrapped up with six minutes remaining, but the visiting Panthers (7-6, 12-11) ended the game with a 19-0 run.

Cody Beavers with 15 points, Cody Rau 11 and Josh Polingo 9 guided Litchfield. Andy Schneider added 8 rebounds.

Keaton Anderson scored a game-high 24 points for Glencoe-Silver Lake.

GSL (7-6, 12-11) 20 36 — 56

Litchfield (5-8, 8-16)         29 22 — 51

GLENCOE-SILVER LAKE – 22-40 FG (6-13 3-pt); 6-8 FT; 22 rebounds; 9 fouls … Scoring: Teddy Peterson 9, Keaton Anderson 24, Garrett Ober 10, Mason Goettl 10, Jacob Popelka 3 … 3-point shots: Peterson 1, Anderson 3, Goettl 2 … Rebound leaders: Anderson 5, Ober 6 … Assist leaders: Anderson 5 … Steal leaders: none

LITCHFIELD – 18-34 FG (8-16 3-pt); 7-9 FT; 19 rebounds; 13 fouls … Scoring: Cody Beavers 15, Cody Rau 11, Dylan Kotzer 8, Josh Polingo 9, Andy Schneider 6, Ross Wendlandt 6 … 3-point shots: Rau 3, Beavers 3, Kotzer 2 … Rebound leaders: Schneider 8 … Assist leaders: Eric Madsen 3, Kotzer 3 … Steal leaders: none

Non-Conference

Underwood 72,

Hancock 63

Taylor Holleman scored 28 points and nabbed 6 rebounds with 12 assists in the losing effort for Hancock.

Brandon Shaw picked up 12 points and 6 rebounds, and Collin Brown had 9 points.

The Owls (3-18) next play Friday at Henning.

Underwood (8-14)            33 39 — 72

Hancock (3-18)   30 33 — 63

UNDERWOOD – 23-69 FG (8-19 3-pt); 18-23 FT; 41 rebounds; 20 fouls … Scoring: Ben Field 29, Matt Biegler 14, Adam Creek 13, Adam Thormodson 8, Andy Wold 5, Aaron Thompson 2, Max Kollar 1 … 3-point shots: Field 6, Wold 1, Creek 1 … Rebound leaders: n/a … Assist leaders: n/a … Steal leaders: n/a

HANCOCK – 22-52 FG (8-22 3-pt); 11-19 FT; 22 rebounds; 17 fouls … Scoring: Taylor Holleman 28, Brandon Shaw 12, Collin Brown 9, Noah Kannegiesser 8, Logan Kisgen 6 … 3-point shots: Holleman 3, Kannegiesser 2, Kisgen 2, Brown 1 … Rebound leaders: Holleman 6, Shaw 6 … Assist leaders: Holleman 12 … Steal leaders: Holleman 3

West Central

ACGC 90, YME 60

Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City locked up the West Central South with a win over YME combined with Benson’s loss to Melrose.

David Kinzler paced the Falcons (8-6, 16-7) with 24 points, and Taylor Larson had 22 points, 2 assists and 2 steals.

Adam Johnson and Colton Minnick each grabbed a team-high 14 rebounds, and Minnick added 12 points.

Blake Lindstrom led the Sting (1-12, 3-21) with 18 points and 9 boards.

ACGC wraps up its regular season against Minnewaska at home on Saturday.

YME (1-12, 3-21)                22 38 — 60

ACGC (8-6, 16-7)                48 42 — 90

YELLOW MEDICINE EAST – 23-69 FG (4-14 3-pt); 10-23 FT; 45 rebounds; 25 fouls … Scoring: Austin Vikander 10, Grant Lalim 5, Jacob Guertin 2, Blake Lindstrom 18, Chase Richter 9, Tyson Velde 2, Ted Sjurseth 1, Logan DeBlieck 13 … 3-point shots: Lalim 1, Lindstrom 3 … Rebound leaders: Lindstrom 9, DeBlieck 7, Velde 7 … Assist leaders: Lindstrom 3 … Steal leaders: Vikander 2

ATWATER-COSMOS-GROVE CITY – 28-67 FG (9-20 3-pt); 25-36 FT; 57 rebounds; 19 fouls … Scoring: Brody Larson 10, Taylor Larson 22, David Kinzler 24, Andrew Gratz 2, Michael Larson 3, Eric Cihlar 2, Jaden Amdahl 11, Adam Johnson 2, Gabe Eisenbacher 2, Colton Minnick 12 … 3-point shots: B. Larson 1, T. Larson 5, Kinzler 3 … Rebound leaders: Minnick 14, Johnson 14, Amdahl 9 … Assist leaders: B. Larson 5, T. Larson 2 … Steal leaders: T. Larson 2

Morris/CA 68, Waska 57

The Tigers’ 6-3 sophomore center Eric Staebler poured in 30 points and Noah Grove added 20 from the perimeter as Morris/CA tamed the Lakers in the second half after trailing by three at break, 36-33.

Staebler made 15 of 21 from the floor for all his points.

Austin Ostrander led the way for Minnewaska with 21 points. The Lakers were 8 of 17 on threes.

Morris/CA (6-8, 9-14)        33 35 —68

Minnewaska (6-9, 10-13) 36 21— 57

MORRIS/CHOKIO-ALBERTA –  32-52 FG (1-10 3-pt); 3-8 FT; 22 rebounds; 12fouls … Scoring: Noah Grove 20, Bryce Jergenson 2, Jacob Zosel 2, CJ Nagel 2, Nathan Andersopn 12, Eric Staebler 30 … 3-point shots: Grove 1-7 … Rebound leaders: Grove 5, Staebler 5 … Assist leaders: Grove7 … Steal leaders: Grove 2, Andrew Goulet 2, Staebler 2

MINNEWASKA – 22-47 FG (8-17 3-pt); 5-7 FT; 22 rebounds … Scoring: Riley Thompson 9, Matt  McIver 6, Austin Ostrander 21, Austin VerSteeg 8, Jayden Beecher 8, Thorin Erickson 3, Alex Elwood 2 … 3-point shots: Thompson, McIver, Ostrander 2, VerSteeg 2, Beecher 2 … Rebound leaders: Ostrander 7, Thompson 4 … Assist leaders: Beecher 5

Sauk Centre 58,

Montevideo 57

The Thunder Hawks missed two chances late to gain the victory as the Streeters overtook Montevideo in the last three minutes.

Monte and Sauk Centre are both 10-4 with Melrose 10-3. The No. 2 Hawks now ready for Section 3AA-North play and will host No. 7 Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

Montevideo, which led 30-25, at half got 14 points from Troy Diggins and a dozen from Spencer Hildahl, who together combine for 13rebounds.

Matt Moritz paced the Streeters with 16 points..

Sauk Centre (10-3, 16-7) 25  33 — 58

Montevideo (10-4, 13-10)                30  27 — 57

SAUK CENTRE – 22-45 FG (3-13 3-pt); 11-23 FT; 36 rebounds; 14fouls … Scoring: Josh Buschette 8, Seth Otte 5, Matt Moritz 16, Austin Landkammer 2, Jay Fredricks 12, Adam Jensen 6, Cole Newburg 5, Casey Weber 4 … 3-point shots: Fredricks 2, Otte

MONTEVIDEO – 22-46 FG (5-15 3-pt); 8-13 FT; 28 rebounds; 19 fouls … Scoring: Preston Herfurth 5, Jimmy Haff 5, Bryce Maurice 1, Dazhown  Coleman 3, Jordon Thompson 9, Austin Hansen 4, Troy Diggins 14, Rickey Schmitz 4, Spencer Hildahl 12 … 3-point shots: Thompson 3, Diggins 3 … Rebound leaders: Diggins 7, Hildahl 6… Assist leaders: Diggins 5, Herfurth 3 … Steal leaders: Diggins 2, Hansen 2, Herfurth 4

Melrose 85, Benson 72

Jacob Goff scored a game-high 31 points for Benson, but it wasn’t enough as Melrose had a more balanced attack, led by Tyler Braegelman’s 23 points.

The Dutchmen also had Ben Klaphake with 19, Seth Noll 13 and Drake Meyer 10 score in double figures. Aaron Ahrndt with 14 was the only other Brave to score in double figures.

Goff also pulled down 10 rebounds, with Ryan Hampton adding 5 rebounds, Christian Larson 4 assists and Alex Forsberg 2 steals.

Benson (8-8, 12-14)           34 38 — 72

Melrose (10-3, 15-9)          39 46 — 85

BENSON – 25-51 FG (1-10 3-pt); 21-29 FT; 30 rebounds; 17 fouls … Scoring: Alex Forsberg 4, Zach Maurer 8, Layton Connelly 2, Aaron Ahrndt 14, Ryan Hampton 7, Christian Larson 4, Zach Jensen 2, Jacob Goff 31 … 3-point shots: Larson 1 … Rebound leaders: Goff 10, Hampton 5 … Assist leaders: Larson 4, Maurer 3 … Steal leaders: Forsberg 2

MELROSE – 33-66 FG (10-22 3-pt); 9-19 FT; 29 rebounds; 21 fouls … Scoring: Seth Noll 13, Cesar Cervantes 5, Cole VanBeck 6, Brock Bosshardt 3, Ben Klaphake 19, Tyler Braegelman 23, Drake Meyer 10, Blake Gerads 6 … 3-point shots: VanBeck 2, Bosshardt 1, Klaphake 5, Braegelman 2 … Rebound leaders: Braegelman 7, Noll 5, Gerads 5 … Assist leaders: Noll 2, VanBeck 2, Braegelman 2 … Steal leaders: Noll 5, Braegelman 2

Central Minn.

BBE 98, Pierz 55

The Jaguars dominated the boards and shot well to boot as they wrapped up their sixth straight Central Minnesota Conference championship and their 68th straight conference victory on Tuesday.

For the second game in a row, BBE put up 98 points.

“We’ve got to keep her goin’, keep her goin’,” said BBE head coach Dave Montbriand. “We’ll do it.”

The Jaguars held a 47-14 rebound advantage and 24 rebounds came on the offensive end.

BBE also shot 53 percent from the field.

Billy Borgerding and Brian Goodwin both scored 24 points. Goodwin also had 9 assists.

Trey Heinsius was all over the court, finishing with 11 points, 10 rebounds, 5 assists and 7 steals. James Kuefler also posted a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds and Nick Benton scored 10 points and pulled down 6 rebounds.

Pierz (2-11, 4-20)               27 28 — 55

BBE (13-0, 23-1) 54 44 — 98

PIERZ– 19-47 FG (6-15 3-pt); 11-17 FT; 14 rebounds; 11 fouls … Scoring: Noah Boser 11, Michael Meyer 2, Nick Herold 7, Jonny Kasper 7, Aaron Weber 6, Ethan Lochner 4, Robby Skiba 12, Brady Herold 3, David Skiba 3 … 3-point shots: Boser 3, N. Herold 1, Weber 1, B. Herold 1 … Rebound leaders: Weber 5 … Assist leaders: None … Steal leaders: None

BELGRADE-BROOTEN-ELROSA – 41-78 FG (9-28 3-pt); 7-12 FT; 47 rebounds; 16 fouls … Scoring: Tanner Heinsius 9, Trey Heinsius 11, Brian Goodwin 24, James Kuefler 12, Billy Borgerding 24, Nick Benton 10, Dalon Bitzen 2, David Rodgers 6 … 3-point shots: Goodwin 4, Rodgers 2, Borgerding 2, Trey Heinsius 1 … Rebound leaders: Kuefler 11, Trey Heinsius 10, Benton 6, Goodwin 5, Borgerding 6 … Assist leaders: Goodwin 9, Trey Heinsius 5 … Steal leaders: Trey Heinsius 7

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