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Taylor Freetly, center, of Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg puts up a shot as Kyle Feldman, left, Dan Knapper and Brian Harper, right, of Renville County West defend Thursday at Kerkhoven. Tribune photo by T.J. Bartelt

Second-half surge powers KMS, 75-63

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West Central Tribune
Second-half surge powers KMS, 75-63
Willmar Minnesota 2208 Trott Ave. SW / P.O. Box 839 56201

KERKHOVEN -- Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg went on a 12-0 run in the second half to beat Renville County West 75-63 in Camden North Conference boys basketball Thursday.

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The teams played to a 34-34 tie at halftime.

They were neck-and-neck through much of the second half also, but the Fighting Saints (8-2, 11-4) broke RCW's 60-59 lead with 12 straight points to finish off the game.

Cole Berget led four KMS players in double figures with 18 points. Taylor Freetly followed with 17, Adam Miller added 12 and Jake Armstrong had 10.

Dan Knapper scored 18 points to lead the Jaguars (2-6, 3-8). Steve Gens chipped in 16 points.

KMS 75, RCW 63

RCW (2-6, 3-8) 34 29 -- 63

KMS (8-2, 11-4) 34 41 -- 75

RENVILLE COUNTY WEST - 25-54 FG (4-14 3-pt); 9-14 FT; 28 rebounds; 24 fouls ... Scoring: Adam Loe 3, Brian Harper 8, Steve Gens 16, Junior Ramirez 9, Dan Knapper 18, Michael Fischer 7, Evan Engstrom 2 ... 3-point shots: Knapper 2, Ramirez 1, Loe 1 ... Rebound leaders: Engstrom 7 ... Assist leaders: Gens 4 ... Steal leaders: Ramirez 4

KERKHOVEN-MURDOCK-SUNBURG - 26-51 FG (4-15 3-pt); 19-35 FT; 33 rebounds; 17 fouls ... Scoring: Jake Armstrong 10, Andy Yost 7, Taylor Freetly 17, Mitch Fernholz 1, Adam Miller 12, Marc Beckman 1, Cole Berget 18, Bryan Schlagel 2, Joey Bauman 3 ... 3-point shots: Armstrong 2, Berget 2 ... Rebound leaders: Miller 8, Freetly 6, Berget 6 ... Assist leaders: Beckman 7, Armstrong 5 ... Steal leaders: Beckman 3

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