Marshall takes advantage of Willmar mistakes
MARSHALL—Four different Marshall players scored goals and goalie Trey Nelson stopped 16 shots in the Tigers' 4-0 win over Willmar on Tuesday.
Marshall scored two power play goals in the second period and the Tigers' two even-strength goals came on breakaways.
"We had a good third period," said Willmar head Jamie Hagen. "But (Marshall) made us pay for our penalties."
The Cardinals play host to Prairie Centre for Senior Night at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Willmar Civic Center.
Marshall 4, Willmar 0
Willmar (1-7)............. 0 0 0 — 0
Marshall............... 1 2 1 — 4
FIRST PERIOD — M: Mason Penske (Brendon Archbold) 7:41
SECOND PERIOD — M: Mason Plante (Dylan Criquet-Danielson, Jack Boerboom) 4:50 pp ... M: Clay Stevens (Criquet-Danielson, Boerboom), 10:28, pp
THIRD PERIOD — M: Chase VanDeVere (unassisted) 2:33
GOALIE SAVES — Willmar: Caden Johnson 17 ... Marshall: Trey Nelson 16
Canby picked up three wins in the final five matches to edge United 37-29 in the United Triangular on Tuesday in Dawson.
In a 41-27 win over Wabasso/Red Rock Central, United's Griffin Johnson (113), Joey Foss (132) and Cole Bungarden (220) won their matches by fall.
United's Layton Wittnebel (126) and Peyton Mortenson (160) both earned four points with major decisions.
Against Canby, United's Seth Hubbard (106), Mortenson (160) and Austin Schmitt (182) won matches by pin, and Trevon Johnson (120), Kanten (138) and Bungarden (220) picked up major decisions.
United 41, WRRC 27
106: Mason Irbeck, W, dec. Seth Hubbard 7-2
113: Griffin Johnson, U, pin Carter Benz 2:57
120: Trevon Johnson, U, won by forfeit
126: Layton Wittnebel, U, maj dec Josh Hesse 16-8
132: Joey Foss, U, pin Trey Pranger 5:19
138: Christian Kanten, U, dec. Tyson Doubler 3-1
145: Jared Schroepfer, W, pin Trevor Gearman 0:41
152: Cody Dudgeon, W, pin Kaleb Anderson 1:51
160: Peyton Mortenson, U, maj dec Cole Werner 14-3
170: Nick Altermatt, W, pin Colton Struxness 2:43
182: Mitchell Fulton, W, dec Austin Schmitt 6-3
195: Devan Liebl, W, dec Sam Henriksen 4-0
220: Cole Bungarden, U, pin Isaac Schmiesing 5:12
285: Mason Hutt, U, won by forfeit
Canby 37, United 29
106: Seth Hubbard, U, pin Jake Wagner 4:23
113: Parker Viessman, C, pin Griffin Johnson 0:39
120: Trevon Johnson, U, maj dec Kalib Greenman 8-0
126: Tyler Lacek, C, dec Layton Wittnebel 3-1
132: Brandon Moeller, C, pin Joey Foss 1:54
138: Christian Kanten, U, maj dec Payton Viessman 12-0
145: Alex Full, C, pin Trevor Gearman 3:06
152: Noah Steffen, C, pin Kaleb Anderson 3:31
160: Peyton Mortenson, U, pin Kyler Nothem 1:23
170: Nick Antony, C, maj dec Colton Struxness 12-1
182: Austin Schmitt, U, pin Josh Steffen 1:39
195: Evan Stoks, C, dec Sam Henriksen 4-1
220: Cole Bungarden, U, maj dec Denver Noyes 9-1
285: Josh Hansen, C, dec. Mason Hutt 1-0
Litchfield 48, Eden Valley-Watkins 17
Litchfield recorded three pins and picked up more points on five forfeits to down Eden Valley-Watkins on Tuesday.
106: Gavin Mathies, EVW, tech fall Will LaPlante 18-3, 4:00
113: Ben Finneseth, L, won by forfeit
120: Taylor Ludwig, EVW, pin Alex Finneseth 1:09
126: Zach Nistler, EVW, pin Gavin Nelson 5:04
132: Afton Kaping, L, pin Trevyn Ludwig 1:15
138: Sam Tibbits, L, won by forfeit
145: Bryce Penk, L, won by forfeit
152: Logan Nelson, L, pin Matt Schindler 5:06
160: Double forfeit
170: Dylan Madsen, L, won by forfeit
182: Double forfeit
195: Logan Wagner, L, pin Aaron Holmberg 2:32
220: Tristan Revering, L, won by forfeit
285: Double forfeit
Willmar boys sixth
Willmar's Ethan Haines finished in 16 minutes, 33 seconds at the St. Cloud Cathedral meet on Tuesday, good enough to single-handedly lead the Cardinals to a sixth-place finish in the seven-team race.
Mora won the boys race, Cathedral was second and Little Falls was third. Mora's John Schwinghamer placed first in 12:28.00
The Willmar girls placed seventh. Little Falls won the girls meet, St. Cloud Cathedral was second and Mora was third.
Willmar's Laura Christianson finished 20th in 18:09.00 and Marina Moyers was 24th in 18:51.00. Little Falls' Kendal Henrickson placed first in 14:58.00.
Willmar competes at Giants Ridge at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, then competes at St. John's Prep at 2 p.m., Jan. 12.
Ridgewater 76, Leech Lake 53
The Ridgewater men's basketball team opened the New Year with a win over Leech Lake on Tuesday.
Le'Darian McAllister led the Warriors with 17 points, Marvin Perkins had 13 and Devin Fostervolf finished with 12.
The Warriors are 9-2 and open MCAC play at Fergus Falls on Wednesday.
Ridgewater 82, Leech Lake 28
The Ridgewater women's basketball team returned from a holiday break and thumped Leech Lake on Tuesday.
Ridgewater's Kaitlynn Kienholz scored a game-high 28 points, Sarah Smith scored 22 and Anna Olson added 12.
The Warriors play the Concordia JV at 5:45 p.m. Thursday in Moorhead.