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Tribune Staff Report

OLIVIA — The BOLD girls basketball team advanced to the second round of the Section 3AA playoffs with a 60-45 victory over Lac qui Parle Valley on Friday.

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Carly Sigurdson scored 25 points and Baylie Kubesh had 18 for the Warriors, who improved to 15-10 overall.

They play Tracy-Milroy-Balaton on Tuesday at Yellow Medicine East High School in Granite Falls.

Kubesh and Sigurdson both grabbed 6 rebounds and Andrea Maher finished with 8 points and a team-high 8 boards.

LQPV’s Kelsea Lund scored a team-high 13 points and Lexi Larson hit three 3-point shots and had 11 points.

Alaysia Freetly scored 7 points and had a game-high 12 rebounds and Kaitlin Connor had 9 points and 6 rebounds.

BOLD 60, LQPV 45

LQPV (14-10)      18 27 — 45

BOLD (15-10)     25 35 — 60

LAC QUI PARLE VALLEY – 16-46 FG (4-16 3-pt); 9-17 FT; 26 rebounds; 14 fouls … Scoring: Kelsea Lund 13, Alaysia Freetly 7, Kaitlin Connor 9, Lexi Larson 11, Jacinata Roggenbuck 1, Taniah Tosel 4 … 3-point shots: Larson 3, Lund 1 … Rebound leaders: Freetly 12, Connor 6 … Assist leaders: Aundrea DuFrane 5, Freetly 4 … Steal leaders: Freetly 3

BOLD – 21-50 FG (5-11 3-pt); 13-20 FT; 28 rebounds; 12 fouls … Scoring: Baylie Kubesh 18, Carly Sigurdson 25, Mallarie Steffel 6, Andrea Maher 8, Allison Krause 3 … 3-point shots: Kubesh 2, Sigurdson 2, Krause 1 … Rebound leaders: Maher 8, Kubesh 6, Sigurdson 6 … Assist leaders: Sigurdson 3, Kubesh 3 … Steal leaders: Kubesh 4, Ashley Schmitz 3, Steffel 3

Montevideo 43,

Pipestone 34

The Thunder Hawks got their offense going in the second half and overcame Pipestone in a low-scoring Section 3AA playoff opener Friday in Montevideo.

Montevideo, now 18-5, moves into the second round against Redwood Valley on Tuesday at Yellow Medicine East High School in Granite Falls.

Jessie Janisch led the T-Hawks with 14 points, 5 rebounds and 4 steals against Pipestone, and Ashley Hoehe finished with 10 points and 4 boards.

Pipestone (4-21)                15 19 — 34

Montevideo (18-5)             14 29 — 43

PIPESTONE – 9 FG (0 3-pt); 16-21 FT; NA rebounds; 18 fouls … Scoring: Anneka Bucher 8, Tia Muller 4, Rachel Skyberg 5, Kiaya Alderson 2, Libby Schneider 15 … 3-point shots: None

MONTEVIDEO – 16-41 FG (0-6 3-pt); 11-16 FT; 22 rebounds; 20 fouls … Scoring: Jessie Janisch 14, Kailey Maroney 1, Nicole Erickson 6, Abby Olson 2, Lexi Quigley 5, Morgan Reidinger 2, Erin Balken 2, Alexis Schmitz 1, Ashley Hoehne 10 … 3-point shots: None … Rebound leaders: Janisch 5, Hoehne 4 … Assist leaders: Erickson 3, Chelsey Haff 2 … Steal leaders: Janisch 4

Non-Conference

Albany 70,

Minnewaska 39

Albany, ranked No. 4 in Class AAA, easily took down Minnewaska, getting points from 12 different players.

Amazih Eickhoff had a game-high 16 points for Albany and Emily Schoenberg scored 11.

Carley Stewart led the Lakers with 15 points and 7 rebounds, and Madi Phillips added 11 points, 2 assists and 2 steals.

The Lakers (11-14) wrap up the regular season on Monday at home against Paynesville.

Albany (24-1)      34 36 — 70

Minnewaska (11-14)         20 19 — 39

ALBANY – 24-50 FG (7-20 3-pt); 15-23 FT; 38 rebounds; 17 fouls … Scoring: Emily Schoenberg 11, Amazih Eickhoff 16, Abby Silvers 2, Vanessa Spohn 14, Sidney Schiffler 2, Kristen LeClair 2, Brooke Swarthout 2, Kayla Reber 7, Erin Navratil 10, Elizabeth DeGeest 2, Rilei Larsen 1, Abby Wunderlich 1 … 3-point shots: Schoenberg 3, Eickhoff 1, Spohn 2, Navratil 1 … Rebound leaders: n/a … Assist leaders: n/a … Steal leaders: n/a

MINNEWASKA – 14-37 FG (1-11 3-pt); 10-16 FT; 26 rebounds; 17 fouls … Scoring: Makenzia Zemke 2, Bayley Pooler 9, Madi Phillips 11, Ariel Ostrander 2, Carley Stewart 15 … 3-point shots: Pooler 1 … Rebound leaders: Pooler 7, Stewart 7 … Assist leaders: Phillips 2 … Steal leaders: Phillips 3

Pelican Rapids 60,

Hancock 59 OT

Hancock was unable to get a shot in the final seconds of overtime and fell to Pelican Rapids in a nonconference game Friday in Pelican Rapids.

Hancock’s Gabi Nienhaus hit a layup with six seconds left in regulation to force overtime.

But trailing by one with six seconds left in overtime, the Owls tried to pass the ball into the post but the pass was tipped and time expired before they could recover.

Sabrina Mattson and Lexi Steege both scored 15 points and Karol Algarate had 12 for the Owls.

Hancock (6-17)   24 27 8 — 60

Pelican Rapids (19-6)      23 28 9 — 59

HANCOCK – 21-78 FG (5-23 3-pt); 12-27 FT; 39 rebounds; 28 fouls … Scoring: Sabrina Mattson 15, Lexi Steege 15, Karol Algarate 12, Gabbi Nienhaus 4, Sami Schmidgall 2, Leah Steiner 2, Kassandra Algarate 6, Crowell 3 … 3-point shots: Mattson 4, Steege 1 … Rebound leaders: Steiner 7, Schmidgall 6 … Assist leaders: Karol Algarate 4 … Steal leaders: Steege 5, Karol Algarate 4

PELICAN RAPIDS – 18-53 FG (3-7 3-pt); 21-35 FT; 47 rebounds; 21 fouls … Scoring: Lincoln Haiby 22, Grace Forsgren 16, Hally Evenson 9, Charlotte Johnson 4, Brianna Harthun 4, Emily Bakken 3, Ashlyn French 1, Katy Thorson 1 … 3-point shots: Haiby 1, Forsgren 1, Bakken 1

Wright County

NLS 60, Litchfield 56

The first-place Wildcats held on to beat the last-place Dragons in a back-and-forth game where the teams were within 5 of each other for most of the game.

NLS took a 10-point lead with about 6 minutes to go, but the Dragons cut it down to 2, and had two shots to win the game but couldn’t get them to go.

Taylor Thunstedt’s 26 points, 4 assists and 5 steals paced the Wildcats (10-4, 20-5), and Ashlyn Geister scored 11 and nabbed 8 rebounds.

Hannah Norlin led Litchfield with 16 points, and Kyndra Beavers added 15 on five 3-pointers.

The Dragons (1-12, 7-17) play Thursday in Litchfield in the first round of the Section 6AA tournament. 

NLS (10-4, 20-5)                33 27 — 60

Litchfield (1-12, 7-17)      33 23 — 56

NEW LONDON-SPICER – 20-59 FG (6-14 3-pt); 14-22 FT; 38 rebounds; 9 fouls … Scoring: Taylor Thunstedt 26, Tori King 3, Megan Thorson 6, Brianna Fredrick 3, Petra Lothert 5, Ashlyn Geister 11, Kabrie Weber 6 … 3-point shots: Thunstedt 4, Fredrick 1, Lothert 1 … Rebound leaders: Geister 8, King 5, Thorson 5 … Assist leaders: Thunstedt 4 … Steal leaders: Thunstedt 5, Fredrick 3

LITCHFIELD – 23-57 FG (6-18 3-pt); 4-7 FT; 37 rebounds; 17 fouls … Scoring: Hannah Norlin 16, Kyndra Beavers 15, Tasha Stubeda 11, Kelsey Wattenhofer 6, Macy Huhner 6, Mariah Hoff 2 … 3-point shots: Beavers 5, Stubeda 1 … Rebound leaders: Norlin 9, Hoff 5 … Assist leaders: n/a … Steal leaders: n/a

Central Minn.

Rockford 68, BBE 61

Megan Weller and Kinlee Swanson each scored 11 points as the Jaguars dropped the final game of the regular season. 

Becca Gruber added 8 points and 9 rebounds, and Peyton Miller had 9 points and 4 assists.

The No. 3-seed Jaguars start postseason play Thursday in Brooten against No. 6-seed Royalton in the Section 5A-South quarterfinals.

Rockford (9-5, 12-13)       39 29 — 68

BBE (5-9, 12-14) 32 29 — 61

ROCKFORD – Statistics not available

BELGRADE-BROOTEN-ELROSA – 25-56 FG (3-10 3-pt); 8-16 FT; 37 rebounds; 19 fouls … Scoring: Bailey Buchholz 2, Peyton Miller 9, Alex Evenson 6, Kinlee Swanson 11, Hailey Braegelman 8, MacKenzie Winter 6, Megan Weller 11, Becca Gruber 8 … 3-point shots: Miller 3 … Rebound leaders: Gruber 9 … Assist leaders: Miller 4 … Steal leaders: Miller 3

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