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Girls basketball roundup: ’Streeters pound BOLD

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Willmar Minnesota 2208 Trott Ave. SW / P.O. Box 839 56201

SAUK CENTRE — Unbeaten and No. 5-ranked (Class AA) Sauk Centre overwhelmed BOLD Thursday as the Mainstreeters collected a 81-49 win during a West Central Conference contest.

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Sauk Centre (6-0, 8-0) and BOLD (3-1, 5-3) made the same amount of shots from inside the arc (18), but the Mainstreeters connected on 12 three-point attempts while BOLD was only 1-of-10. Sauk Centre put up 41 shots from beyond the arc and was 30-for-82 overall from the field.

Ali Peterson had 22 points and Alea Gerhartz was close behind with 21 to pace Sauk Centre, which owned a 43-28 lead at halftime.

Carly Sigurdson led BOLD with 14 points and Ashley Schmitz added another 9.

Sauk Centre 81,

BOLD 49

BOLD (3-1, 5-3).....................28 21 — 49

Sauk Centre (6-0, 8-0).........43 38 — 81

BOLD – 19-55 FG (1-10 3-pt); 10-20 FT; 39 rebounds; 12 fouls … Scoring: Carly Sigurdson 14, Ashley Schmitz 9, Mallarie Steffel 7, Andrea Maher 6, Allison Krause 4, Whitney Haney 4, Mariyah Stimpel 3, Nicole Ziller 2 … 3-point shots: Krause 1 … Rebound leaders: n/a … Assist leaders: n/a … Steal leaders: n/a

SAUK CENTRE – 30-82 FG (12-41 3-pt); 9-14 FT; 44 rebounds; 18 fouls … Scoring: Ali Peterson 22, Alea Gerhartz 21, Kelsey Peschel 9, Julie Bushard 7, Madison Moritz 6, Rebecca Weir 6, Madi Greenwaldt 5, Taylor Ilgen 2, Amanda Weir 2, Shania Baum 1 … 3-point shots: Gerhartz 5, Peterson 4, Greenwaldt 1, Peschel 1, Bushard 1 … Rebound leaders: Greenwaldt 7 … Assist leaders: Moritz 3 … Steal leaders: Peterson 5

Morris/CA 80, YME 60

Morris/Chokio-Alberta went on a quick 8-0 run to start the second half and take control en route to evening its record on the season to 5-5. The game was tied at 40 after the first 18 minutes of play.

Becca Holland with 18 points, Beth Holland 17, Lauren Reimers 15 and Lacee Maanum 10 ignited the Tigers. Becca Holland also supplied 9 steals and 5 rebounds. Reimers and Beth Holland also had 4 steals each.

Morris/CA (4-1, 5-5)........40 40 — 80

YME (2-3, 2-5)..................40 20 — 60

MORRIS/CHOKIO-ALBERTA – 33 FG (5 3-pt); 9-19 FT; rebounds n/a; 17 fouls … Scoring: Becca Holland 18, Beth Holland 17, Lauren Reimers 15, Lacee Maanum 10, Nicole Strobel 9, Kayla Pring 6, Rebekah Aanerud 3, Kaitlin Vogel 2 … 3-point shots: Becca Holland 2, Strobel 1, Beth Holland 1, Reimers 1 … Rebound leaders: Becca Holland 5, Maanum 5, Reimers 4 … Assist leaders: Strobel 5 … Steal leaders: Becca Holland 9, Reimers 4, Beth Holland 4

YELLOW MEDICINE EAST – 26 FG (2 3-pt); 6-15 FT; rebounds n/a; 15 fouls … Scoring: Chyanne Sand 18, Hailey Enstad 10, Makayla Dyrdahl 9, Jordan Hinz 9, Britanna Raddatz 4, Madi Hagert 4, Alexis Peters 4, Allison Carmany 2 … 3-point shots: Hinz 1, Peters 1 … Rebound leaders: Sand 6, Enstad 6, Hinz 5 … Assist leaders: Sand 5, Allie Zieske 2, Hinz 2 … Steal leaders: Sand 5

Minnewaska 76,

ACGC 50

Freshman guard Carley Stewart hit a career-best 24 points as the Lakers  spilled the Falcons at Minnewaska Area High School.

Madi Phillips sank 4 three-point shots on the way to 18 points. Ashley Blom added 10 points.

Kaitlyn Moore with 15 points and Bailey Erickson with 11 led the ACGC offense.

ACGC (1-5, 1-8)................16  34 — 50

Minnewaska (3-4, 5-5).....32  44 — 76

ATWATER-COSMOS-GROVE CITY – 19-56 FG (0-4 3-pt); 12-24 FT; 38 rebounds; 13 fouls … Scoring: Bailey Klinghagen 2, Katie Peterson 4, Abbie Halvorson 1, Bailey Erickson 11, Kaitlyn Moore 15, Kendra Miller 2, Jacey Nelson 12 … 3-point shots: none … Rebound leaders: Moore 9, Erickson 7 … Steal leaders: Moore 3, Klinghagen 3

MINNEWASKA – 29-56 FG (6-14 3-pt); 12-18 FT; 29 rebounds; 19 fouls … Scoring: Bayley Pooler 6, Emma Middendorf 2, Ashley Blom 10, Madi Phillips 18, Ariel Ostrander 7, Carley Stewart 24, Ashlyn Guggisberg 4, Taylor Amundson 4, Courtney Erickson 1 … 3-point shots: Phillips 4, Blom 2 … Rebound leaders: Pooler 5, Stewart 4, Ostrander 4 … Assist leaders: Stewart 5, Phillips 5… Steal leaders: Phillips 6, Pooler 3

Central Minn.

EVW 45, BBE 35

Eden Valley-Watkins collected 32 second-half points to rally past Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa.

BBE’s Hailey Braegelman scored a team-high 8 points and Becca Gruber had 6 points and 7 rebounds.

EVW (3-0, 7-2)...................13 32 — 45

BBE (2-2, 5-4)....................17 18 — 35

EDEN VALLEY-WATKINS – Statistics not available

BELGRADE-BROOTEN-ELROSA – 12-32 FG (2-5 3-pt); 9-16 FT; 26 rebounds; 18 fouls … Scoring: Bailey Buchholz 3, Peyton Miller 5, Alex Evenson 5, Kinlee Swanson 4, Hailey Braegelman 8, MacKenzie Winter 2, Megan Weller 2, Becca Gruber 6 … 3-point shots: Buchholz 1, Miller 1 … Rebound leaders: Gruber 7 … Assist leaders: none … Steal leaders: Evenson 3, Braegelman 3

Non-Conference

Hancock 59, Benson 46

Sami Schmidgall scored 24 points and drained five 3-pointers and Lexi Steege had 19 points in Hancock’s victory over winless Benson.

Kassandra Algarate added 8 points, 7 rebounds and 3 steals for the Owls (2-7).

Taylor Laumeyer’s 13 points and 9 boards led the Braves (0-10).

Hancock hosts Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley tonight, and Bensons hosts Sauk Centre on Tuesday.

Benson (0-10)...................18 28 — 46

Hancock (2-7)....................27 32 — 59

BENSON – 17-54 FG (0-4 3-pt); 12-29 FT; 44 rebounds; 25 fouls … Scoring: Taylor Laumeyer 13, Amanda Nissen 8, Hannah Ricard 10, Krista Motzko 6, Cyra Carlson 5, Megan Amundson 2, Danielle Himley 2 … 3-point shots: none … Rebound leaders: Laumeyer 9, Carlson 6 … Assist leaders: Motzko 3 … Steal leaders: Nissen 2

HANCOCK – 18-53 FG (7-20 3-pt); 16-30 FT; 33 rebounds; 25 fouls … Scoring: Sami Schmidgall 24, Lexi Steege 19, Kassandra Algarate 8, Sabrina Mattson 3, Leah Steiner 2, Kayla Crowell 3 … 3-point shots: Schmidgall 5, Steege 2 … Rebound leaders: Schmidgall 6, Algarate 7 … Assist leaders: Steege 2 … Steal leaders: Algarate 3

Ortonville 44, KMS 42

Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg erased a 10-point first-half deficit but came up short, victimized by an 0-for-14 night from the three-point line.

Kalli Forsell led the Saints with 10 points, and Maddi Strandberg collected 9 points, 8 rebounds and 3 assists.

KMS hosts Canby tonight.

KMS (2-3, 3-4).....................11 31 — 42

Ortonville (3-0, 6-2).............21 23 — 44

KERKHOVEN-MURDOCK-SUNBURG – 18-64 FG (0-14 3-pt); 6-18 FT; 36 rebounds; 10 fouls … Scoring: Alison Krieger 6, Maddi Strandberg 9, Ashley Just 3, Katie Wilts 8, Kalli Forsell 10, Alison Miller 6 … 3-point shots: none … Rebound leaders: Strandberg 8, Krieger 8 … Assist leaders: Strandberg 3 … Steal leaders: Krieger 5

ORTONVILLE – 20-55 FG (1-10 3-pt); 3-9 FT; 35 rebounds; 13 fouls … Scoring: Brenna Giese 24, Mary Kate Treinen 3, Jamie Gulley 2, Shelby Strei 2, Becca Peterson 6, Rachel Hoernemann 5, Hope Hasslen 2 … 3-point shots: Giese 1 … Rebound leaders: n/a … Assist leaders: n/a … Steal leaders: n/a

Redwood Valley 46, Montevideo 36

Neither team shot well from the field — Redwood Valley 31 percent and Montevideo 24 percent — but the visiting Cardinals (5-4) made 10 more field goals to offset Montevideo going 13-for-20 from the free throw line.

Ashley Hoehne had 12 points and Morgan Reidinger piled up 9 points, 7 rebounds and a couple of assists for the Thunder Hawks (5-3).

Redwood Valley (5-4).........27 19 — 46

Montevideo (5-3)................16 20 — 36

REDWOOD VALLEY – 21-68 FG (2-9 3-pt); 2-5 FT; 47 rebounds; 14 fouls … Scoring: Lauren Hanson 6, Alison Curry 10, Makenzie Mace 8, Tara Sandgren 6, Kayla Pohlen 7, Nicole Bunting 5, Victoria Quast 4 … 3-point shots: Bunting 1, Pohlen 1 … Rebound leaders: Hanson 8, Quast 6, Sandgren 6, Curry 6 … Assist leaders: Pohlen 5 … Steal leaders: Curry 3, Pohlen 3

MONTEVIDEO – 11-46 FG (1-11 3-pt); 13-20 FT; 22 rebounds; 10 fouls … Scoring: Jessie Janisch 3, Chelsey Hass 1, Tori Kuhlmann 2, Nicole Erickson 4, Lexi Quigley 2, Morgan Reidinger 9, Alexis Schmitz 3, Ashley Hoehne 12 … 3-point shots: Reidinger 1 … Rebound leaders: Reidinger 7 … Assist leaders: Reidinger 2, Hass 2, Kailey Maroney 2 … Steal leaders: Hoehne 2, Hass 2

Camden

RTR 45, MACCRAY 44

The Wolverines made a dramatic comeback at Tyler only to come up short when Russell-Tyler-Ruthton got to the line with no time left on the clock.

The Wolverines surged from 10 down, 42-32, with four minutes left, to go up with 8 seconds left, 44-43.

The Knights got an inbounds play with a second left and drew a foul with the clock at 00:00. Senior forward Kaylie Nielsen made both the tying and winning free throws and finished with a game-high 16 points.

MACCRAY (0-7, 2-10).........18  26 — 44

RTR (2-4, 3-6).......................23  22 — 45

MACCRAY – 15-50 FG (2-7 3-pt); 12-24 FT; 32 rebounds; 20 fouls … Scoring: Ali Siverhus 6, Natalie VanKlompenburg 6, Aleah Schwitters 4, Emily Orwick 10, Alicia Ervin 12, Becka Kimpling 2, Kaylee Hammerschmidt 4 … 3-point shots: VanKlombenburg, Ervin … Rebound leaders: Orwick 12, Schwitters 8 … Assist leaders: Siverhus 2 … Steal leaders: Siverhus 7

RUSSELL-TYLER-RUTHTON – 14-59 FG (1-5 3-pt); 16-30 FT; 30 rebounds; 19 fouls … Scoring: Justine Possail 14, Anna Madsen 2, Dana Schaefer 4, Amanda Peterson 2, Nicole Enemark 7, Kaylie Nielsen 16 … 3-point shots: Possail … Rebound leaders: Nielsen 10, Schaefer 7 … Assist leaders: Shayna Possail 3, Destinee Strand 3 … Steal leaders: Strand 5

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