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Girls Basketball: 3-team logjam continues atop West Central South

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Girls Basketball: 3-team logjam continues atop West Central South
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MONTEVIDEO -- Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City kept pace atop the West Central South Conference girls basketball standings with a 59-49 win over Montevideo Thursday.

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The Falcons (7-1, 8-5) are tied with Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta and Minnewaska for first place in the league. Yellow Medicine East is 5-2.

Kayla Dallmann posted a double-double of 14 points and 13 rebounds for ACGC. Liberty Slinden scored a game-high 16 points and Lauren Kinzler tallied 14 points and made three 3-pointers.

Beka Schwendemann recorded 15 points for the Thunder Hawks (3-6, 3-10). Brooke Tastad added 13 points and seven rebounds.

ACGC 59, Montevideo 49

ACGC (7-1, 8-5) 29 30 -- 59

Montevideo (3-6, 3-10) 13 36 -- 49

ATWATER-COSMOS-GROVE CITY - 21-43 FG (4-6 3-pt); 11-23 FT; 29 rebounds; 23 fouls ... Scoring: Lauren Kinzler 14, Chastity Pautzke 5, Sam Cunningham 1, Beth Nelson 9, Kayla Dallmann 14, Liberty Slinden 16 ... 3-point shots: Kinzler 3, Nelson 1 ... Rebound leaders: Dallmann 13, Miranda Hopp 6, Slinden 6 ... Assist leaders: Kinzler 3 ... Steal leaders: Dallmann 3

MONTEVIDEO - 14-40 FG (3-15 3-pt); 18-27 FT; 24 rebounds; 20 fouls ... Scoring: Ashley Rodeberg 9, Liz Devorak 6, Brooke Tastad 13, Beka Schwendemann 15, Karrissa Larson 4, Jaci Clauson 2 ... 3-point shots: Rodeberg 2, Schwendemann 1 ... Rebound leaders: Tastad 7, Schwendemann 5, Larson 5 ... Assist leaders: Rodeberg 2, Devorak 2 ... Steal leaders: Tastad 5, Rodeberg 3

YME 53, Benson 51

The Sting (5-2, 6-4) came back from a 10-point halftime deficit to lead by eight points in the second half.

Benson cut the lead to one point with six seconds left on Abby Fragodt's second three-pointer, but YME made one free throw for a two-point advantage and Benson couldn't get another shot off.

Aimee Johnson scored 17 points, dished out six assists and collected six steals for YME. Lauren Trudel added 12 points. Jamie Baker and Macy McKay grabbed eight rebounds each.

Fragodt and Jenny Bouta both posted double-doubles for the Braves (4-5, 8-6). Bouta had 21 points and 10 rebounds, and Fragodt had 20 points and 10 boards.

YME (5-2, 6-4) 22 31 -- 53

Benson (4-5, 8-6) 32 19 -- 51

YELLOW MEDICINE EAST - 20-49 FG (0-2 3-pt); 13-27 FT; 31 rebounds; 18 fouls ... Scoring: Aimee Johnson 17, Emily Krogstad 2, Macy McKay 6, Lauren Trudel 12, Jamie Baker 6, Emily Baker 2, Angie Scheffler 2, Whitney Swenson 6 ... 3-point shots: none ... Rebound leaders: J.Baker 8, McKay 8 ... Assist leaders: Johnson 6 ... Steal leaders: Johnson 6

BENSON - 19-42 FG (2-8 3-pt); 11-23 FT; 29 rebounds; 22 fouls ... Scoring: Kayla Hampton 2, Julia Ahrndt 2, Taylor Semler 4, Jenny Bouta 21, Abby Fragodt 20, Mallory Jensen 2 ... 3-point shots: Fragodt 2 ... Rebound leaders: Fragodt 10, Bouta 10 ... Assist leaders: Beth Larson 3, Hampton 3 ... Steal leaders: Ahrndt 4

Morris/CA 64, BOLD 37

Morris/Chokio-Alberta stayed tied for first place in the conference after getting another balanced scoring attack. Mary Rentz led the Tigers (7-1, 11-2) with 11 points and Megan Dierks followed with 10.

Brittany Dahlk paced the Warriors (1-8, 1-10) with 11 points and 14 rebounds.

Morris/CA (7-1, 11-2) 41 23 -- 64

BOLD (1-8, 1-10) 12 25 -- 37

MORRIS/CHOKIO-ALBERTA - 20-44 FG (2-9 3-pt); 18-25 FT; 15 rebounds; 9 fouls ... Scoring: Stefanie Strobel 4, Kelsey Amundson 6, Mary Rentz 11, Megan Dierks 10, Nicole Gillespie 8, Jenna Nelson 8, Heather Gagner 9, Alissa Melberg 7, Kelsey Greenwaldt 1 ... 3-point shots: Rentz 1, Nelson 1 ... Rebound leaders: not available ... Assist leaders: not available ... Steal leaders: not available

BOLD - 15-39 FG (0-0 3-pt); 7-11 FT; 32 rebounds; 21 fouls ... Scoring: Brenna Holwerda 6, Tara Hilgert 9, Brittany Nissen 2, Molly Herdina 3, Holly Peterson 4, Nikki Neisen 2, Brittany Dahlk 11 ... 3-point shots: none ... Rebound leaders: Dahlk 14 ... Assist leaders: Holwerda 4 ... Steal leaders: none

Minnewaska 68, LQPV 54

Sarah Roering had 15 points, Sarah Faehnrich 13 and Emily Roering 10 to help Minnewaska improve to 7-1. Sarah Roering also grabbed 15 rebounds and Alicia Pfeninger hooked another 10 boards for the Lakers.

Lac qui Parle Valley's Micaela Erickson, Andrea Rheingans and Whitley Strei combined to score 41 points.

LQPV (3-6, 7-6) 23 31 -- 54

Minnewaska (7-1, 8-3) 28 40 -- 68

LAC QUI PARLE VALLEY - 16-44 FG (2-6 3-pt); 22-30 FT; 19 rebounds; 21 fouls ... Scoring: Micaela Erickson 14, Whitley Strei 15, Rachel Strand 4, Andrea Rheingans 12, Lexi Monson 5, Jordan Halvorson 4 ... 3-point shots: Strei 2 ... Rebound leaders: Erickson 9 ... Assist leaders: Strei 6 ... Steal leaders: Strei 2

MINNEWASKA - 25-62 FG (3-7 3-pt); 15-25 FT; 43 rebounds; 20 fouls ... Scoring: Sarah Roering 15, Kendra McIver 1, Allie Ostrander 7, Emily Roering 10, Brittany Mensing 8, Sarah Faehnrich 13, Alicia Pfeninger 8, Cassie Jacobs 6 ... 3-point shots: Ostrander 1, Mensing 2 ... Rebound leaders: S. Roering 15, Pfeninger 10, McIver 7 ... Assist leaders: E. Roering 2 ... Steal leaders: Pfeninger 2, Mensing 2

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