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Girls basketball roundup: BOLD powers past Monte

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OLIVIA — BOLD trailed by one point at the half, but the Warriors outscored Montevideo by 28 points in the second half to down the Thunder Hawks 64-37 on Friday in Olivia.

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BOLD (5-2, 12-3) scored 40 points in the second, powered by Taylor Ebnets three 3-pointers. Ebnet had 11 of her 18 points in the second half.

“We were able to run in the second half,” BOLD head coach Brian Kingery said. “We were using our speed and athleticism to get some layups.”

Baylie Kubesh added 14 points and 5 assists, and Carly Sigurdson had 11 points and 4 assists.

Ebnet grabbed 6 rebounds, and Maggie Nagel had 8 points and 8 rebounds.

Jessica Janisch led Montevideo (6-3, 8-5) with 12 points.

BOLD 64, Montevideo 37

Montevideo (6-3, 8-5)    25 12 — 37

BOLD (5-2, 12-3)    24 40 — 64

MONTEVIDEO – 12-49 FG (3-12 3-pt); 10-15 FT; 20 rebounds; 15 fouls … Scoring: Tori Kuhlmann 3, Jessica Janisch 12, Tia Diggins 4, Morgan Reidinger 8, Natalie Feldhake 8, Abby Olson 1, Kelsey Quigley 1 … 3-point shots: Janisch 2, Kuhlmann 1 … Rebound leaders: n/a … Assist leaders: n/a … Steal leaders: n/a

BOLD – 25-55 FG (6-14 3-pt); 8-13 FT; 24 rebounds; 14 fouls … Scoring: Baylie Kubesh 14, Ashley Schmitz 2, Taylor Ebnet 18, Carly Sigurdson 11, Breann Mertens 1, Mallarie Steffel 4, Andrea Maher 2, Maggie Nagel 8, Whitney Haney 4 … 3-point shots: Ebnet 5, Kubesh 1 … Rebound leaders: Nagel 8, Ebnet 6 … Assist leaders: Kubesh 5, Sigurdson 4 … Steal leaders: Ebnet 8, Nagel 4

LQPV 47, YME 37

Lac qui Parle Valley made 17 of 30 free throws to keep its distance from Yellow Medicine East.

Both teams made 15 field goals.

Jordan Halvorson (13), Kaitlyn Connor (11) and Alysia Freetly (10) were top scorers for LQPV.

Dani Aus and Chyanne Sand scored 10 points apiece for YME. Sand also grabbed 11 rebounds.

Lac qui Parle Valley     22  25 — 47

YME     17  20 — 37

LAC QUI PARLE VALLEY – 15-49 FG (0-2 3-pt); 17-30 FT; 26 rebounds; 12 fouls … Scoring: Morgan Croatt 2, Aundrea DuFrane 4, Jennessa Gronholz 2, Kaitlyn Connor 11, Mackenzie Clark 2, Sarah Halldorson 3, Alysia Freetly 10, Jordan Halvorson 13 … 3-point shots: none … Rebound leaders: Connor 6, DuFrane 5, Freetly 7, Halvorson 5  … Assist leaders: Clark 5 … Steal leaders: Halvorson 3

YELLOW MEDICINE EAST – 15-56 FG (3-18 3-pt); 4-6 FT; 18 rebounds; 20 fouls … Scoring: Britanna Raddatz 3, Dani Aus 10, Danie Roden 5, Kelly Anderson 9, Chyanne Sand 10 … 3-point shots: Aus 2, Roden  … Rebound leaders: Sand 11 … Assist leaders: Anderson 3 … Steal leaders: Sand 3

Central Minn.

Kimball 51, BBE 33

Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa lost its third straight game and remains winless in conference play, falling 51-33 to Kimball.

Becca Gruber led the Jaguars (0-7, 3-10) with 10 points. Taylor Braegelman scored 7 points, and Hailey Braegelman grabbed 6 rebounds.

BBE next plays Sauk Centre on Tuesday in Belgrade.

Kimball (4-3, 7-5)    30 21 — 51

BBE (0-7, 3-10)    19 14 — 33

KIMBALL – 17 FG (8 3-pt); 9-19 FT; rebounds n/a; 12 fouls … Scoring: Breane Meierhofer 17, Paiten Schreiner 16, Allie Seth 8, Madelyn O’Brien 4, Casie Mackerath 3, Kenadi Mackerath 2, Kaylee Petty 1 … 3-point shots: Shriner 5, Meierhofer 2, C. Mackerath 1 … Rebound leaders: n/a … Assist leaders: n/a … Steal leaders: n/a

BELGRADE-BROOTEN-ELROSA – 15-36 FG (0-6 3-pt); 3-8 FT; 19 rebounds; 19 fouls … Scoring: Becca Gruber 10, Taylor Braegelman 7, Brittany Roelike 6, Peyton Miller 4, Hailey Braegelman 2, Mariah Rach 2, Kinlee Swanson 1, Megan Weller 1 … 3-point shots: none … Rebound leaders: H. Braegelman 6 … Assist leaders: Roelike 1, Rach 1 … Steal leaders: Rach 1, Roelike 1, T. Braegelman 1, Miller 1

Wright County

Waconia 58, NLS 53

New London-Spicer closed the gap to three on three occasions in the second half after trailing 23-3 midway through the first half, but Taylor Thunstedt’s 40 points and the early 20-point deficit was too much to overcome.

Megan Thorson added 8 rebounds, Ashlyn Giester 6 boards, and Lydia Kieft and Brianna Fredrick 3 steals each for NLS (2-2, 11-2).

Three players scored in double figures for Waconia, which is unbeaten in the East division.

NLS (2-2, 11-2)    21 32 — 53

Waconia (6-0, 11-5)    31 27 — 58

NEW LONDON-SPICER – 15-49 FG (5-20 3-pt); 18-24 FT; 26 rebounds; 14 fouls … Scoring: Taylor Thunstedt 40, Lydia Kieft 3, Megan Thorson 2, Brianna Fredrick 3, Ashlyn Giester 1, Olivia Setterberg 4 … 3-point shots: Thunstedt 4, Kieft 1 … Rebound leaders: Thorson 8, Giester 6 … Assist leaders: Thunstedt 3 … Steal leaders: Thunstedt 5, Kieft 3, Fredrick 3

WACONIA – 21-45 FG (8-18 3-pt); 8-10 FT; 32 rebounds; 17 fouls … Scoring: Miranda Schultz 3, Madelin Dammann 6, Anna Schmitt 14, Morgan Iverson 3, Caroline Jacobs 14, Steph Dressen 15, Nicole Dressen 3 … 3-point shots: Schultz 1, Dammann 2, Jacobs 4, N. Dressen 1

Paynesville 41,

Minnewaska 38

Paynesville held Minnewaska to just one basket in overtime and defeated the Lakers in a West Central North Conference game on Friday.

Paynesville’s Erika Schlangen and Bryanna Burg both scored 12 points and Schlangen pulled in 12 rebounds.

Minnewaska’s Sydney Joos scored a game-high 20 points.

Minnewaska (2-6 3-10)    16 20 2 — 38

Paynesville (5-1 8-5)    19 17 5 — 41

MINNEWASKA – 14-40 FG (3-11 3-pt); 7-18 FT; 33 rebounds; 19 fouls … Scoring: Carley Stewart 2, Bayley Pooler 1, Madison Phillips 9, Veronica Weisel 6, Sydney Joos 20 … 3-point shots: Phillips 3 … Rebound leaders: Joos 8, Stewart 6, Weisel 6 … Assist leaders: Stewart 2, Phillips 2, Ashlyn Guggisberg 2 … Steal leaders: Joos 2

PAYNESVILLE – 15-58 FG (1-10 3-pt); 10-22 FT; 28 rebounds; 17 fouls … Scoring: Erika Schlangen 12, Brooke Wuertz 5, Rachel Rittenhouse 2, Kayla Schaefer 6, Rachel Ampe 4, Bryanna Burg 12 … 3-point shots: Wuertz 1 … Rebound leaders: Schlangen 12, Schaefer 7 … Assist leaders: Wuertz 4 … Steal leaders: Schlangen 3

Tomahawk

SESM 62, BLHS 56

The Mustangs couldn’t overcome a 13-point deficit at halftime in search for their first win.

Hannah VanderVoort paced Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart (0-10, 0-11) with 14 points and 6 steals. Michelle Melsha added 10 points and 9 rebounds, and Erika Zanoth had 9 points and 6 rebounds.

SESM (5-4, 9-6)    35 27 — 62

BLHS (0-10, 0-11)    22 34 — 56

SLEEPY EYE ST. MARY’S – 22-55 FG (5-14 3-pt); 13-21 FT; 36 rebounds; 18 fouls

BUFFALO LAKE-HECTOR-STEWART – 21-63 FG (1-12 3-pt); 13-25 FT; 35 rebounds; 17 fouls … Scoring: Katie Kalenberg 6, Carley Klabunde 9, Lizzy Medina 2, Michelle Melsha 10, Hannah VanderVoort 14, Mara Olinger 3, Ashley Tintes 3, Erika Zanoth 9 … 3-point shots: VanderVoort 1 … Rebound leaders: Melsha 9, Olinger 6, Zanoth 6 … Assist leaders: Zanoth 5 … Steal leaders: VanderVoort 6, Kalenberg 2, Olinger 2

Morris/CA 64, ACGC 38

GROVE CITY — Beth Holland scored 19 points, Katie Holzheimer 16 and Tracy Meichsner dished out 8 assists as Morris/Chokio-Alberta outplayed Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City 64-38 on Friday.

It was just a tough night for the Falcons, who shot 32 percent while making just 1 of 15 tries from the arc. Forward Sydney Larson and guard Erica Melbie got in early foul trouble with 3 apiece in the first half.

Larson finished with 14 points 9 rebounds. Katie Moore added 12 points and 6 boards.

Morris/CA     32  32 — 64

ACGC     22  16 — 38

MORRIS/CHOKIO-ALBERTA – 23-54 FG (2-6 3-pt); 16-25 FT; 27 rebounds; 14 fouls … Scoring: Makenzie Smith 6, Beth Holland 19, Becca Holland 6, Katie Holzheimer 16, Tracy Meichsner 5, Nicole Strobel 5, Abby Olson 3, Moira McNally 2, Kaitlyn Vogel 2 … 3-point shots: Holzheimer 2 … Rebound leaders: Smith 5, Strobel 5 … Assist leaders: Meichsner 4… Steal leaders: Meichsner 8, Holzheimer 5

ATWATER-COSMOS-GROVE CITY – 15-47 FG (1-15-pt); 7-11 FT; 27 rebounds; 22 fouls … Scoring: Katie Peterson 2, Shelby Schroeder 3, Erica Melbie 3, Sydney Larson 14, Katie Moore 12, Jacey Nelson 4 … 3-point shots: Schroeder … Rebound leaders: Larson 9, Moore 6 … Assist leaders: Nelson 3 … Steal leaders: Nelson 3, Melbie 3

KMS 56, Benson 40

Sam Dunn scored 16 points and Ali Clark scored 10 to lead the Saints over the Braves in Benson on Friday night.

Clark also led the Saints with 6 rebounds while Dunn had 5 assists and 4 steals.

Benson’s Emma Peterson scored a game-high 23 points and she also had 8 rebounds and 4 steals.

The Braves play next at Minnewaska on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

KMS (9-3)    26 30 — 56

Benson (6-9)    16 24 — 40

KERKHOVEN-MURDOCK-SUNBURG – 25-50 FG (3-14 3-pt); 3-9 FT; 25 rebounds; 18 fouls … Scoring: Sam Dunn 16, Ali Clark 10, Megan Holt 6, Maddi Strandberg 7, Jenna Berget 6, Courtney Olson 5, Katie Wilts 4, Ali Miller 2 … 3-point shots: Berget 2, Strandberg 1 … Rebound leaders: Clark 6 … Assist leaders: Dunn 5, Haylie Helms 5 … Steal leaders: Dunn 4

BENSON – 16-47 FG (4-26 3-pt); 4-12 FT; 24 rebounds; 16 fouls … Scoring: Emma Peterson 23, Alexa Nissen 5, Hannah Moline 5, Cyra Carlson 4, Krista Motzko 2, Hannah Ricard 1 … 3-point shots: Peterson 2, Nissen 1, Moline 1 … Rebound leaders: Peterson 8, Nissen 7 … Assist leaders: Nissen 2 … Steal leaders: Peterson 4, Nissen 4

Dawson-Boyd 54,

Hancock 46

The Owls tied it up with four minutes left but the Blackjacks pulled away and made their fee shots down the stretch.

Justine Lee led Dawson-Boyd with 21 points.

Sami Schmidgall with 14 and Lexi Steege with 13 topped the Owls. Courtney Greiner picked 15 rebounds.

Dawson-Boyd     23  31 — 54

Hancock    21 25 — 46

DAWSON-BOYD – 20-33 FG (3-9 3-pt); 11-23 FT; 24 rebounds; 16 fouls … Scoring: Justine Lee 21, Mari Lee 11, Katarina Kuhlmann 7, Justine Flattum 6, Husby 4, Nicole Jurgenson 3, Sadie Zaiser 2 … 3-point shots: J. Lee 3

HANCOCK – 17-39 FG (5-15 3-pt); 7-13 FT; 39 rebounds; 20 fouls … Scoring: Sami Schmidgall 14, Lexi Steege 12, Sarandon Bigalke 11, Gabi Niehaus 4, Courtney Greiner 3, Kassandra Algarate 2 … 3-point shots: Bigalke 3, Schmidgall 2 … Rebound leaders: Greiner 15 … Assist leaders: Steege 3 … Steal leaders: Greiner 2, Steege 2

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