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Card girls thump Tigers

ST. CLOUD — Jordyn Swoboda scored 22 points and Carly Wedel added 14 as the Willmar girls basketball team upended St. Cloud Tech 65-24 in a Central Lakes Conference game on Monday.

Abby Berskow scored points and Hannah Johnson and Wedel both had five rebounds. Johnson also had six assists and three steals.

Willmar 65, SC Tech 24

Willmar (17-2) 38 27 — 65

SC Tech (3-19) 16 8 — 24

WILLMAR - Scoring: Abby Berskow 9, Mackenzie Jones 5, Katelyn Murphy 2, Sadie Raitz 2, Jordyn Swoboda 22, Madi Linbo 5, Hannah Johnson 4, Carly Wedel 14 ... 3-point shots: Berskow 3, Jones 1, Swoboda 1, Wedel 2 ... Rebound leader: Johnson 5, Wedel 5 ... Assist leader: Johnson 6 ... Steal leader: Johnson 3, Swoboda 3, Murphy 3

ST. CLOUD TECH - Scoring: Makena Lindgren 3, Paige Putz 1, Cami Koshiol 2, Genaya Murray 3, Emma Marek 3, Kate Martig 2, Meya Washington 8, Holly Pederson 2 ... 3-point shots: Lindgren 1, Marek 1, Washington 1 ... Rebound leader: NA ... Assist leader: NA ... Steal leader: NA

NLS 74, Browerville 34

All New London-Spicer Wildcats scored in a lopsided win against Browerville.

Erin Knisley was the leading scorer for the Wildcats with 13 points and Grace DeSchepper added 10 to the cause as well.

Jenna Kunerth scored 14 points for Browerville to lead all scorers.

Browerville (2-16) 19 15 — 34

NLS (15-6) 38 36 — 74

BROWERVILLE - Scoring: Tyra Myers 2, Leona May 1, Marissa Callahan 5, Megan Benning 7, Zoe Hillmer 5, Jenna Kunerth 14 ... 3-point shots: Callahan 1, Kunerth 1, Hilmer 1... Rebound leader: NA ... Assist leader: NA ... Steal leader: NA

NEW LONDON-SPICER - Scoring: Sam Johnson 7, Ashton Engelke 5, Shea Oman 9, Mya Krause 6, Mackenzie Rich 2, Emma Hanson 2, Miah Larson 3, Grace DeSchepper 10, Ava Kraemer 9, Courtney Caskey 8, Erin Knisley 13 ... 3-point shots: Engelke 1, Oman 1, Larson 1, Caskey 2 ... Rebound leader: Knisley 8, Kraemer 7, Larson 5 ... Assist leader: Oman 4, Engelke 4, Krause 3 ... Steal leader: Caskey 4, Oman 3

Maple Lake 48, BBE 43

Maple Lake used a superior second half to break the tie and defeat BBE.

Morgan Gronli led all Jaguar scorers with 14 points.

Maple Lake (12-7) 22 26 — 48

BBE (16-6) 22 21 — 43

MAPLE LAKE - Stats not provided

BBE - Scoring: Grace Illies 4, Cassandra Tensen 2, Jenna Dingmann 10, Morgan Gronli 14, Macie Kirckof 9, Nicole Wesbur 1, Kendra Schmitz 3 ... 3-point shots: Dingmann 3, Gronli 2 ... Rebound leader: Wesbur 6, Tensen 5, Kirckof 5 ... Assist leader: Tensen 4 ... Steal leader: Tensen 2, Gronli 2, Wesbur 2

Sauk Centre 71, Minnewaska 41

Undefeated Sauk Centre won its 20th game of the season in a West Central Conference game in Sauk Centre on Monday.

Minnewaska (10-11) 16 25 — 41

Sauk Centre (20-0) 46 25 — 71

MINNEWASKA - No stats provided

SAUK CENTRE - Scoring: Hannah Dammann 3, Kelsey Peschel 10, Kenzie Schmiesing 10, Megan Klaphake 5, Tori Peschel 7, Maesyn Thiesen 13, Emily Gapinski 2, McKenna Westby 2, Julia Dammann 12, Michaela Dammann 7 ... 3-point shots: Damman 1, K. Peschel 2, Klaphake 1, T. Peschel 1, Thiesen 3 ... Rebound leader: Michaela Damman 13, Hannah Damman 9 ... Assist leader: Thiesen 6 ... Steal leader: Schmiesing 7

YME 91, Benson 54

Yellow Medicine East exploded for 91 points in Monday's game against Benson.

The Sting led 63-34 at halftime as Anna McCosh dropped 28 points and pulled in 13 rebounds. McCosh was one of four Sting players to reach double-digits, including Madison Hinz who finished with 21.

Claire Ricard led the Braves with 20 points.

Benson (3-18) 34 20 — 54

YME (14-6) 63 28 — 91

BENSON - Scoring: Kaitlyn Berreau 11, Abbie Mitteness 5, Courtney McNeill 3, Claire Ricard 20, Hannah Andrews 5, Abby Lundebrek 1, Grace Lee 8, Jenna Smith 1 ... 3-point shots: Berreau 2, McNeill 1, Andrews 1 ... Rebound leader: Ricard 7, Lundebrek 6 ... Assist leader: McNeill 5, Berreau 4, Lundebrek 4 ... Steal leader: Ricard 2

YELLOW MEDICINE EAST - Scoring: Kaitlyn Mortenson 11, Anna McCosh 28, Madison Hinz 21, Sam Anderson 5, Mackenzie Dyrdahl 6, Meeghen Dahlager 10, Hannah Gullickson 8 ... 3-point shots: Hinz 3, Anderson 1, Dahlager 2 ... Rebound leader: McCosh 13, Mortenson 7 ... Assist leader: Dahlager 5, Hinz 4 ... Steal leader: Dahlager 6, Mortenson 3, McCosh 3

MACCRAY 33, Hancock 29

MACCRAY won a close defensive battle that featured single digit scoring in the second half.

Sydney Schwitters led the Wolverines with 10 points, tied with Hancock's Ashlyn Mattson for the game lead.

Hancock (10-7) 20 9 — 29

MACCRAY (12-10) 12 21 — 33

HANCOCK - Scoring: Ashlyn Mattson 10, Tess Steiner 9, Lexi Staples 4, Haley Mattson 4, Riley Hanson 2 ... 3-point shots: Staples 1 ... Rebound leader: Steiner 9 ... Assist leader: Steiner 2 ... Steal leader: A. Mattson 4

MACCRAY - Scoring: Sydney Schwitters 10, Ellie Thein 9, Piper Asche 5, Sage Mecker 3, Danni Burns 3, Olivia Ruiter 2, Gabby Randt 1 ... 3-point shots: Mecker 1, Burns 1 ... Rebound leader: Asche 10, Schwitters 8, Ruiter 7 ... Assist leader: Schwitters 5 ... Steal leader: Thein 2, Schwitters 2, Mecker 2

Springfield 54, BLHS 53

A late freethrow from Sydney Hauger put an end to a comeback and propelled Springfield past Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart Monday night.

The Mustangs rallied from a 10-point deficit to tie things at 53 but Hauger's free throw, which was one of her 24 points of the night, ended the effort.

Sara Kottke finished with 17 points and 16 rebounds for the Mustangs.

BLHS will hit the road Friday to take on Cedar Mountain-Comfrey.

Springfield 34 20 — 54

BLHS 24 29 — 53

SPRINGFIELD - Scoring: Casandra Graff 13, Anna Plotz 3, Mikayla Parker 1, Brandi Platz 2, Katelyn Hauth 8, Sydney Hauger 24, Arynzi Rabb 2 ... 3-point shots: none ... Rebound leader: NA ... Assist leader: NA ... Steal leader: NA

BUFFALO LAKE-HECTOR-STEWART - Scoring: Keegan Hanson 13, Kylie Ehlers 2, Tia Weispfennig 2, Borth 2, Sara Kottke 17, Alyssa Petersen 9, Rachel Dean 8 ... 3-point shots: Kottke 2, Hanson 1 ... Rebound leader: Kottke 16, Petersen 6, Dean 4 ... Assist leader: Hanson 3, Chloe Ufkes 2, Petersen 2... Steal leader: Ehlers 3, Hanson 2

Boys Hockey

River Lakes 7, Sauk Rapids 3

River Lakes scored on three of its first five shots on the way to a big win over Sauk Rapids Monday night.

Paxton Nelson finished with a pair of goals and a pair of assists, as did teammate Payton Madison who added to the damage with two third period goals.

Jani TerWisscha turned away 36 of the 39 shots he faced to get the win.

River Lakes 3 2 2 — 7

Sauk Rapids 1 1 1 — 3

FIRST PERIOD — R: Paxton Nelson (Blake Peterson) 0:35 ... R: Quinton Ruhland 1:34 ... S: Nevin Friesz (Bryce Kirt, Dayman Dodge) 8:46 ... R: Blake Blattner (Jake Arnold) 12:17

SECOND PERIOD — R: Nelson (Ruhland) 0:40 ... R: Colton Baumgarten (Peterson, Nelson) 3:17 ... S: Sean Moonen 9:00

THIRD PERIOD — R: Payton Madison (Nelson, Peterson) 10:56 ... R: Madison (Nelson, Peterson) 13:11 ... S: Drake Raduns-Parsley (Dayman Dodge, Morgan Barber) 16:11

GOALIE SAVES/SHOTS — River Lakes: Jani TerWisscha 36/39 ... Sauk Rapids: Garrett Meisinger 2/5 ; Jason Sjogren 35/39

Wadena-Deer Creek 7, MBA 5

Wadena-Deer Creek scored six goals in the final two periods to upset an impressive scoring night from the Morris/Benson Storm.

Zach Bruns and Kolby Goff both finished with a goal and three assists for the Storm but Max Phillips and Andrew Sundby finished with two-goal games to help W-DC.

MBA 2 1 2 — 5

WDC 1 3 3 — 7

FIRST PERIOD — W: Rylan Olson (Andrew Sundby, Jake Dykhoff) 4:27 ... M: Zach Bruns (Kolby Goff, Jack Riley) 5;11 ... M: Mike Halvorson (Kellen Erdahl) 11:36

SECOND PERIOD — W: Sundby (Preston Warren, Dykhoff) 4:32 ... W: Max Phillips (lleyten Pettit) 8:21 ... M: Mathew Tolifson (Bruns, Goff) 11:39 ... W: Pettit (Phillps, Colby Schertler) 16:51

THIRD PERIOD — W: Phillips (Schertler) 5:41 ... M: Goff (Bruns, Hunter Gades) 11:20 PP ... W: Sundby (Dykhoff, Olson) 13:38 ... W: Warren (Sundby) 14:10 ... M: Riley (Goff, Bruns) 15:58

GOALIE SAVES/SHOTS — Morris/Benson Area: Chase Engebretson 39/46 ... Wadena-Deer Creek: Noah Stevens 19/24

Girls Hockey

St. Paul United 3, River Lakes 1

St. Paul United erased a 1-0 definit with three straight goals in the third period to defeat River Lakes.

Abby Bolle scored the only goal of the day for River Lakes with an assist from Kianna Roeske.

River Lakes 1 0 0 — 1

St. Paul 0 0 3 — 3

FIRST PERIOD — R: Abby Bolle (Kianna Roeske) 12:31

SECOND PERIOD — No scoring

THIRD PERIOD — S: Olivia Williams Ridge (Meredith Killian, Samantha Burke) 0:41 sh en ... S: Cahterine Kerin (Burke, Killian) 4:42 ... S: Jenna Hoops (Williams Ridge, Burke) 9:29 PP

GOALIE SAVES/SHOTS — River Lakes: Jordyn Tomaszewski 16/18 ... St. Paul United: Kenzie Giese 5/5; Bridget Emerson 3/4; Jillian Oncay 1/1

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