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Girls Basketball Roundup: Late basket from Raddatz propels YME past LQPV

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GRANITE FALLS — Britanna Raddatz hit the go-ahead shot with 12 seconds left and Yellow Medicine East held on for a 51-50 non-conference victory on Monday in Granite Falls.

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The Sting rallied from an eight-point deficit in the second half thanks to Hailey Enstad’s 3-point shooting.

After Raddatz gave YME the lead, the teams combined on three possessions but all three ended in turnovers and the Sting were able to run out the clock.

Chyanne Sand led the Sting with 19 points and 11 rebounds, and Enstad hit both the Sting’s 3-point shots and scored 11 points.

Alaysia Freetly had 22 points and Kelsea Lund had 16 for the Eagles.

The Sting play at Tracy-Milroy-Balaton at 7 p.m. Friday.

YME 51, LQPV 50

LQPV (14-9)        24 26 — 50

YME (6-17)          24 27 — 51

LAC QUI PARLE VALLEY – 18 FG (6 3-pt); 8-19 FT; NA rebounds; 11 fouls … Scoring: Alaysia Freetly 22, Kelsea Lund 16, Kaitlin Connor 8, Aundrea DuFrane 2, TaniahTosel 2 … 3-point shots: Lund 3, Freetly 3 … Rebound leaders: NA … Assist leaders: NA … Steal leaders: NA

YELLOW MEDICINE EAST – 22 FG (2 3-pt); 5-10 FT; 30 rebounds; 22 fouls … Scoring: Chyanne Sand 19, Hailey Enstad 11, Allison Carmany 6, Britanna Raddatz 6, Makayla Dyrdahl 5, Jordan Hinz 4 … 3-point shots: Enstad 2 … Rebound leaders: Sand 11, Dyrdahl 6 … Assist leaders: Dyrdahl 3 … Steal leaders: Sand 6

West Central

Montevideo 73, Benson 27

Nicole Erickson had 15 points and 6 rebounds to lead the Thunder Hawks to a West Central Conference win Monday in Benson.

Hannah Ricard led the Braves with 12 points and she had 5 rebounds.

The Braves will most likely play New London-Spicer to open the Section 6AA South sub-section tournament on March 6.

Montevideo (14-2 16-5)                37 36 — 73

Benson (0-15 0-25)          11 18 — 29

MONTEVIDEO – 21-45 FG (5-10 3-pt); 16-23 FT; 26 rebounds; 14 fouls … Scoring: Jessie Janisch 8, Chelsey Hass 4, Kailey Maroney 6, Tori Kuhlmann 4, Nicole Erickson 15, Abby Olson 3, Lexi Quigley 8, Morgan Reidinger 8, Erin Balken 9, Alexis Schmitz 6, Ashley Hoehne 2 … 3-point shots: Kuhlmann 1, Erickson 3, Balken 1 … Rebound leaders: Erickson 6, Reidinger 4 … Assist leaders: Maroney 5 … Steal leaders: Schmitz 4

BENSON – 12-30 FG (3-8 3-pt); 0-4 FT; 18 rebounds; 19 fouls … Scoring: Taylor Laumeyer 10, Krista Motzko 3, Samantha Payne 2, Hannah Ricard 12 … 3-point shots: Motzko 1, Laumeyer 2 … Rebound leaders: Cyra Carlson 5, Ricard 5 … Assist leaders: Motzko 2, Carlson 2 … Steal leaders: JeanMarie Golden 2

Camden

KMS 53, Lincoln HI 41

The Fighting Saints led the entire second half after taking a 22-16 lead into the locker room at halftime in the regular-season finale for both squads.

Maddi Strandberg chipped in 11 points and 9 rebounds, Ali Miller 10 points and 9 rebounds, and Kalli Forsell 10 points and 8 rebounds for Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg. Elizabeth Wilts added 6 assists and 5 steals, and Katie Wilts 8 rebounds.

The teams meet again in two days as KMS (9-14) hosts the Rebels (2-20) in the opening round of the Section 3A-North playoffs.

KMS (4-12, 9-14)               22 31 — 53

Lincoln HI (0-16, 2-20)     16 25 — 41

KERKHOVEN-MURDOCK-SUNBURG – 20-63 FG (3-20 3-pt); 10-14 FT; 54 rebounds; 20 fouls … Scoring: Elizabeth Wilts 2, Ali Krieger 7, Sam Gjerde 2, Maddi Strandberg 11, Ashley Just 2, Sam Jeanotte 4, Katie Wilts 5, Kalli Forsell 10, Ali Miller 10 … 3-point shots: Krieger 1, Strandberg 1, Miller 1 … Rebound leaders: Strandberg 9, Miller 9, K. Wilts 8, Forsell 8 … Assist leaders: E. Wilts 6 … Steal leaders: E. Wilts 5

LINCOLN HI – 15 FG (4 3-pt); 7-21 FT; rebounds n/a; 15 fouls … Scoring: Heidi Pavek 19, Alex DeSmet 3, Jordan Bucholz 3, Brandi Barke 2, Morgan Citterman 8, Maranda Jerzak 6 … 3-point shots: Pavek 2, DeSmet 1, Bucholz 1

Central Minnesota

Pierz 77, BBE 68

The visiting Pioneers (5-8, 7-16) swept the season series from Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa (5-8, 11-13). Pierz outscored the Jaguars 42-34 in the second half after holding a slim 35-34 advantage at halftime.

Kinlee Swanson scored 28 points for BBE, which shot 34 percent from inside the arc and made only one 3-pointer in 11 attempts. Alex Evenson and Hailey Braegelman added 11 points apiece and Becca Gruber another 9.

Evenson, Gruber and Megan Weller all hooked 7 rebounds, while Peyton Miller supplied 5 assists and 4 steals.

Pierz (5-8, 7-16)                35 42 — 77

BBE (5-8, 11-13)                34 34 — 68

PIERZ – statistics not available

BELGRADE-BROOTEN-ELROSA – 26-84 FG (1-11 3-pt); 15-28 FT; 38 rebounds; 18 fouls … Scoring: Bailey Buchholz 2, Alex Evenson 11, Kinlee Swanson 28, Hailey Braegelman 11, Megan Weller 7, Becca Gruber 9 … 3-point shots: Swanson 1 … Rebound leaders: Evenson 7, Weller 7, Gruber 7, Braegelman 6, Swanson 5 … Assist leaders: Peyton Miller 5 … Steal leaders: Miller 4, Braegelman 3 … Blocks: Gruber 2

Tomahawk

Springfield 58, BLHS 49

The score was closer between the teams this time around, but the Tigers still had the upper hand in the teams’ regular-season finale.

Michelle Melsha and Erika Zanoth both scored 14 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for the Mustangs (4-12, 6-17). Hannah VanderVoort added 8 points, 5 rebounds and 5 steals.

BLHS (4-12, 6-17)              29 20 — 49

Springfield (10-6, 13-11)                24 34 — 58

BUFFALO LAKE-HECTOR-STEWART – 17-45 FG (2-11 3-pt); 13-24 FT; 46 rebounds; 16 fouls … Scoring: Hannah VanderVoort 8, Lizzy Medina 2, Katie Kalenberg 3, Michelle Melsha 14, Mara Olinger 6, Erika Zanoth 14, Breanna Buboltz 2 … 3-point shots: VanderVoort 2 … Rebound leaders: Melsha 12, Zanoth 12, VanderVoort 5, Buboltz 5 … Assist leaders: Olinger 3, Zanoth 3, Buboltz 3 … Steal leaders: VanderVoort 5, Zanoth 2

SPRINGFIELD – 20-49 FG (4-9 3-pt); 10-20 FT; 23 rebounds; 24 fouls

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