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Girls basketball roundup: BOLD edges LQPV 44-39

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OLIVIA -- Baylie Kubesh scored all 12 of her points in the second half to spark a BOLD rally and Carly Sigurdson added a game-high 16 points as the Warriors upended Lac qui Parle Valley 44-39 Tuesday in a key West Central South Conference game.

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With its sixth straight win BOLD now sits in second place alone in the conference at 4-2. The Warriors now take on unbeaten conference leader Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City Friday on the road.

BOLD took the lead at the 12-minute mark of the second half after trailing 19-16 at halftime. Four of the Warriors' starters combined to score all of the points, while their fifth starter, Nikki Neisen, grabbed a team-high 7 rebounds.

BOLD 44, LQPV 39

LQPV (5-3, 9-6)...................19 20 -- 39

BOLD (4-2, 7-6)..................16 28 -- 44

LAC QUI PARLE VALLEY - 18-43 FG (3-6 3-pt); 0-4 FT; 19 rebounds; 13 fouls ... Scoring: Katie Deyo 4, Jen Kack 7, Mackenzie Clark 10, Tia Tosel 4, Jordan Halvorson 14 ... 3-point shots: Clark 2, Kack 1 ... Rebound, assist and steal leaders not available

BOLD - 15-55 FG (5-16 3-pt); 9-15 FT; 28 rebounds; 5 fouls ... Scoring: Baylie Kubesh 12, Taylor Ebnet 7, Carly Sigurdson 16, Brittney Haugen 9 ... 3-point shots: Sigurdson 2, Kubesh 1, Ebnet 1, Haugen 1 ... Rebound leaders: Nikki Neisen 7, Haugen 6, Ebnet 6 ... Assist leaders: Sigurdson 3, Kubesh 3 ... Steal leaders: Ebnet 4, Haugen 4

Morris/CA 57, Benson 47

Morris/Chokio-Alberta (3-4, 5-8) led the entire game en route to handing Benson (2-5, 4-11) its sixth straight loss. Katie Holzheimer paced the Tigers' offense with 22 points, while Kenzie Smith added a double-double of 12 rebounds and 10 points. Beth Holland also scored 10 points while grabbing 8 rebounds and dishing out 6 assists.

Emma Peterson netted a game-high 27 points for the Braves. Cassie Hoffman pocketed 5 steals.

Benson (2-5, 4-11)..............22 25 -- 47

Morris/CA (3-4, 5-8)...........29 28 -- 57

BENSON - 16-60 FG (7-28 3-pt); 8-17 FT; 22 rebounds; 11 fouls ... Scoring: Emma Peterson 27, Kenzie Jensen 9, Cassie Hoffman 8, Alexis Nissen 3 ... 3-point shots: Peterson 3, Jensen 2, Nissen 1, Hoffman 1 ... Rebound leaders: Peterson 7, Samantha Goff 5 ... Assist leaders: Jensen 3 ... Steal leaders: Hoffman 5

MORRIS/CHOKIO-ALBERTA - 25-66 FG (5-9 3-pt); 2-5 FT; 52 rebounds; 15 fouls ... Scoring: Katie Holzheimer 22, Kenzie Smith 10, Beth Holland 10, Holly Amundson 5, Nicole Strobel 4, Tracy Meichsner 2, Brooke Wente 2 ... 3-point shots: Holzheimer 5 ... Rebound leaders: Smith 12, Amundson 8, Holland 8, Strobel 7, Holzheimer 6 ... Assist leaders: Holland 6 ... Steal leaders: Holzheimer 4, Smith 3 ... Blocks: Smith 3

ACGC 56, Montevideo 54

ACGC rebounded from a halftime deficit and edged Montevideo when the Thunder Hawks were unsuccessful getting a tying shot to fall in the final seconds.

Erika Melbie and Sydney Larson both scored 17 points for the Falcons, and Larson and Chelsea Jans both had 12 rebounds. Jans scored 14 points.

ACGC (5-0 9-6)....................30 26-- 56

Montevideo (2-4 4-10).........36 18-- 54

ATWATER-COSMOS-GROVE CITY - 22 FG (8 3-pt); 4-10 FT; 25 rebounds; 14 fouls ... Scoring: Shelby Schroeder 5, Paige Wilner 3, Erika Melbie 17, Sydney Larson 17, Chelsea Jans 14 ... 3-point shots: Melbie 4, Larson 2, Schroeder 1, Wilner 1 ... Rebound leaders: Larson 12, Jans 12 ... Assist leaders: Wilner 5, Larson 4 ... Steal leaders: Jans 2

MONTEVIDEO - 22-50 FG (2-18 3-pt); 6-10 FT; 19 rebounds; 14 fouls ... Scoring: Kelsey Amborn 2, Tia Diggins 11, Kayla Aanerud 2, Alyssa Doty 7, Kendyl Anderson 6, Ashley Hoehne 18, Julia Longworth 8 ... 3-point shots: Doty 1, Diggins 1 ... Rebound leaders: Hoehne 8, Diggins 3 ... Assist leaders: Amborn 7, Anderson 7 ... Steal leaders: Anderson 3, Amborn 2

Non-Conference

MACCRAY 56, YME 33

Teagan Molden netted 18 points and hooked 9 rebounds, and Abbey Thissen amassed a double-double with 11 rebounds and 10 points to spark MACCRAY (13-2) to its fifth straight win.

Dani Aus led a balanced attack for Yellow Medicine East (6-7) with 10 points. Emily Baker and Courtney Hinz each grabbed 7 rebounds.

YME (6-7)............................21 12 -- 33

MACCRAY (13-2)...............30 26 -- 56

YELLOW MEDICINE EAST - 13-49 FG (2-6 3-pt); 5-11 FT; 29 rebounds; 9 fouls ... Scoring: Dani Aus 10, Braelee Aus 1, Riley Anderson 2, Kylie Jans 5, Courtney Hinz 2, Jennessa Hoffman 2, Kendra Sander 1, Emily Baker 6, Angie Scheffler 4 ... 3-point shots: D. Aus 1, Jans 1 ... Rebound leaders: Baker 7, Hinz 7 ... Assist leaders: Hinz 3 ... Steal leaders: Scheffler 3, BeaAnn Hagert 3

MACCRAY - 21-50 FG (6-16 3-pt); 8-12 FT; 29 rebounds; 11 fouls ... Scoring: Kendra Kienholz 5, Paige Ammerman 6, Paige Schwitters 6, Teagan Molden 18, Hailey Goeman 9, Taylor Grussing 2, Abbey Thissen 10 ... 3-point shots: Ammerman 2, Molden 2, Goeman 1, Kienholz 1 ... Rebound leaders: Thissen 11, Molden 9 ... Assist leaders: Ammerman 5, Thissen 4 ... Steal leaders: Molden 3, Goeman 3 ... Blocks: Molden 2

Dawson-Boyd 48, Ortonville 30

Dawson-Boyd (7-6) won its third straight to jump over .500 and drop Ortonville (6-6) to .500.

Sara Melom had 14 points and Katarina Kuhlmann another 13 for the Blackjacks. Justine Lee piled up 8 rebounds, 8 assists and 7 points.

Dawson-Boyd (7-6)............28 20 -- 48

Ortonville (6-6)..................10 20 -- 30

DAWSON-BOYD - 22-47 FG (2-5 3-pt); 2-5 FT; 33 rebounds; 12 fouls ... Scoring: Sara Melom 14, Mari Lee 8, Kaitlin Johnshoy 4, Katarina Kuhlmann 13, Justine Lee 7, Sadie Zaiser 2 ... 3-point shots: Kuhlmann 1, J. Lee 1 ... Rebound leaders: J. Lee 8, Melom 7, M. Lee 7 ... Assist leaders: J. Lee 8, Kuhlmann 4 ... Steal leaders: Sarah Zaiser 3

ORTONVILLE - 12-55 FG (2-13 3-pt); 4-8 FT; 22 rebounds; 9 fouls ... Scoring: Brenna Giese 2, Rebecca Peterson 5, Rikki Roscoe 4, Jenae Schneider 3, Morgan Messmer 8, Michaela Radermacher 4, Kara Helgeson 1, Emily Gieae 3 ... 3-point shots: Schneider 1, Gieae 1 ... Rebound leaders: Helgeson 5 ... Assist leaders: none ... Steal leaders: Peterson 4

Wright County

Litchfield 78,

Annandale 59

The Litchfield girls team recovered nicely from a tough loss to New London-Spicer over the weekend, hitting all 10 of its 3-point shots on Tuesday and shooting 60 percent overall in a Wright County Conference win over Annandale.

The Dragons improved to 4-3 in the conference and 8-4 overall. They built a 45-23 halftime lead.

Greta Walsh nailed all six of her 3-point attempts and scored 28 points. Nine Dragons players scored against Annandale.

Litchfield (4-3 8-4)..............45 33 -- 78

Annandale..........................23 36 -- 59

LITCHFIELD - 23-39 FG (10-10 3-pt); 22-29 FT; 19 rebounds; 16 fouls ... Scoring: Greta Walsh 28, Shelbie Walsh 7, Jordan Peterson 4, Kayla Sommerfeld 9, Hailey Horstmann 7, Bailey Koch 8, Kelsy Fisher 3, Kjerstin Meyer 6, Kristen Klaven 6 ... 3-point shots: G.Walsh 6, S.Walsh 1, Sommerfeld 2, Horstmann 1 ... Rebound leaders: G.Walsh 6, Klaven 4, Koch 4 ... Assist leaders: S.Walsh 5, G.Walsh 4, Koch 3 ... Steal leaders: G.Walsh 5, Sommerfeld 2

ANNANDALE - 21-54 FG (0-6 3-pt); 17-20 FT; 15 rebounds; 19 fouls ... Scoring: Felicia Fobbe 8, Kayla Provo 4, Kaytlin Kuefler 15, Hannah Spaulding 5, Anne Kittok 3, Emmy Whitesell 1, Katie Gruys 23 ... 3-point shots: None ... Rebound leaders: Spaulding 7 ... Assist leaders: Provo 2, Kuefler 2 ... Steal leaders: Fobbe 3, Kuefler 3

Tomahawk

BLHS 79, Cedar Mountain/Comfrey 62

Courtney Kramer scored 19 points, Remi Werner 14 and Jessica Kalenberg produced 13 points, 11 assists and 5 steals. Michelle Melsha chipped in with 10 points and 8 rebounds.

BLHS..................................41 38 -- 79

CMC ..................................36 26 -- 62

CEDAR MOUNTAIN/COMFREY - 26-66 FG (3-11 3-pt); 7-12 FT; 23 rebounds; 20 fouls ... Scoring: Teddi Spotted Bear 14, Kate Robinson 6, Emily Ochs 2, Courtney Nelsen 2, Alli Madsen 13, Brianna Lund 13, Andrea Ochs 12 ... 3-point shots: Madsen 3

BUFFALO LAKE-HECTOR-STEWART - 29-69 FG (3-7 3-pt); 18-30 FT; 33 rebounds; 9 fouls ... Scoring: Hannah Vander Voort 11, Remi Werner 14, Linn Haaland 2, Jessica Kalenberg 13, Courtney Kramer 19, Michelle Melsha 10, Mikayla Paulson 6, Aryel Smith 4 ... 3-point shots: J. Kalenberg 1, Kramer 1, Vander Voort 1 ... Rebound leaders: Kramer 8, Melsha 8, Werner 7 ... Assist leaders: Kalenberg 11 ... Steal leaders: Kalenberg 5

NL-S 65, Albany 55

NEW LONDON -- Four teams started Tuesday tied for the top spot in the West Central North Conference and now only two are tied for the lead.

New London-Spicer is one of the teams on top as the Wildcats outlasted Albany 65-55 behind a trio that scored in double figures.

Amanda Radel led the NLS attack with 22 points behind six 3-pointers and Taylor Thunstedt followed with 20 and Olivia Setterberg 18. The Wildcats (3-1, 12-3) are at Melrose -- the other team on top on the conference -- on Friday.

Albany (2-2, 10-5)..............28 27 -- 55

NLS (3-1, 12-3)...................35 30 -- 65

ALBANY - 18-55 FG (11-24 3-pt); 8-10 FT; 29 rebounds; 15 fouls ... Scoring: Amazih Eickhoff 14, Emily Pratt 7, Vanessa Spohn 18, Emily Schoenberg 10, Ashley Terres 2, Hannah Navratil 4 ... 3-point shots: Eickhoff 2, Spohn 6, Schoenberg 3 ... Rebound leaders: Eickhoff 6, Pratt 6 ... Assist leaders: Eickhoff 3 ... Steal leaders: Eickhoff 4

NEW LONDON-SPICER - 25-57 FG (7-25 3-pt); 8-15 FT; 35 rebounds; 9 fouls ... Scoring: Taylor Thunstedt 20, Amanda Radel 22, Brianna Fredrick 5, Olivia Setterberg 18 ... 3-point shots: Radel 6, Fredrick 1 ... Rebound leaders: Payton Nelson 11, Jessica Johnson 6 ... Assist leaders: Thunstedt 6, Radel 4 ... Steal leaders: Thunstedt 4

Sauk Centre 39,

Paynesville 34

Sauk Centre edged Paynesville 39-34 in a West Central North Conference game on Tuesday.

Kayla Schaefer led Paynesville with 10 points.

Andrea Schlangen had 6 points and added 3 assists and 4 steals.

Erika Schlangen had 5 points and 9 rebounds.

Sauk Centre (2-2, 11-3)......20 19 -- 39

Paynesville (2-2, 8-5).........19 15 -- 34

SAUK CENTRE - 15-49 FG (5-17 3-pt); 4-14 FT; 31 rebounds; 13 fouls ... Scoring: Krista Primus 13, Jenna Klaphake 9, Macy Weller 8, Jordan Gamradt 3, Lexi Berscheit 2, Rebecca Moe 2, Brianna VonWalde 2 ... 3-point shots: Primus 3, Klaphake 1, Gamradt 1 ... Rebound leaders: Weller 13 ... Assist leaders: Ashley Gruber 2 ... Steal leaders: Klaphake 4

PAYNESVILLE - 13-38 FG (1-8 3-pt); 7-12 FT; 26 rebounds; 16 fouls ... Scoring: Kayla Schaefer 10, Andrea Schlangen 6, Erika Schlangen 5, Brooke Wuertz 5, Rachel Rittenhouse 4, Rachel Ampe 2, Jessica Solum 2 ... 3-point shots: Andrea Schlangen 1 ... Rebound leaders: Erika Schlangen 9 ... Assist leaders: Andrea Schlangen 3 ... Steal leaders: Andrea Schlangen 4, Wuertz 4

Melrose 59, Waska 43

Melrose remained in a tie for the conference lead. Complete statistics for Minnewaska were not provided at press time. Sydney Joos scored a game-high 22 points for the Lakers.

Minnewaska (0-5, 2-12).....18 25 -- 43

Melrose (3-1, 9-5)..............32 27 -- 59

MINNEWASKA - Scoring: Sydney Joos 22, Madison Phillips 10, Halle Christianson 8, Jillian Hendrickson 2, Paige Anderson 1

MELROSE - 25-45 FG (5-10 3-pt); 4-4 FT; 23 rebounds; 13 fouls ... Scoring: Sawyer 2, Orth 15, Reller 6, Uphoff 9, Goerdt 14, Herkenoff 13 ... 3-point shots: Orth 1, Reller 2, Uphoff 1, Herkenoff 1 ... Rebound leaders: Goerdt 7, Orth 5, Herkenoff 5 ... Assist leaders: Herkenoff 4 ... Steal leaders: Orth 6

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