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Boys Basketball: BBE holds off KMS

KERKHOVEN — BBE's Ethan Schwinghammer and Evan Wiener both scored 11 points and Ryan Illies scored nine as the Jaguars edged KMS 44-41 in both teams' season-opener on Friday night at KMS High School.

The tightly contested matchup was tied 18-18 at halftime.

BBE's Ryan Illies finished with nine points and Parker Schwinghammer had six points.

KMS' Regan Carlson led the Saints with 14 points, 12 coming on 3-point shots, and he also grabbed five rebounds.

Josh Peterson had nine points and a team-high seven rebounds and Weston Gjerde finished with nine points and four assists.

BBE plays its home-opener against Sauk Centre at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday while the Saints play the second of four-straight home games against MACCRAY at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

BBE 44, KMS 41

BBE (1-0) 18 26 — 44

KMS (0-1) 18 23 — 41

BBE - Scoring: James Jackson 5, Ethan Schwinghammer 11, Evan Wiener 11, Parker Schwinghammer 6, Kyle Felling 2, Ryan Illies 9 ... 3-point shots: Wiener 2 ... Rebound leader: P. Schwinghammer 10, Wiener 8 ... Assist leader: P. Schwinghammer 2 ... Steal leader: Jackson 1, P. Schwinghammer 1

KMS - Scoring: Weston Gjerde 9, Regan Carlson 14, Ethan Hauge 4, Brandon Rasmusson 5, Josh Peterson 9 ... 3-point shots: Carlson 4 ... Rebound leader: Peterson 7, Hauge 6, Carlson 5 ... Assist leader: Gjerde 4, Hauge 3 ... Steal leader: Rasmusson 3

NLS 94, ACGC 53

Brandon Adelman and the New London-Spicer Wildcats opened the season Friday night with a bang, taking down ACGC 94-53.

Adelman led all players from the jump, scoring 28 points with 10 assists and six rebounds. He was only outdone on the glass by teammates Ryan Wyganowski's 14 and Brandyn Harlow's 10. ACGC's Elliot Gratz also finished with nine.

Wyganowski proved to be a valuable transfer in his first game with the Wildcats, scoring 14 points to complement his 14 boards. Caleb Maxwell and Tristan Thompson also each reached double-digits with 12 and 10 points, respectively.

Kobe Holtz led the Falcons with 22 points.

ACGC (0-1) 28 25 — 53

NLS (1-0) 36 58 — 94

ACGC - Scoring: Josh Kinzler 2, Kobe Holtz 22, Steven Lawver 12, Michael Lambert 6, Elliot Gratz 6 ... 3-point shots: Lawver 2, Holtz 2 ... Rebound leader: Gratz 9, Jaren Kaddatz 5 ... Assist leader: Holtz 3, Kaddatz 3 ... Steal leader: Holtz 2

NEW LONDON-SPICER - Scoring: Brandon Adelman 28, Thomas Smith 3, Elijah Blomker 2, Ryan Wyganowski 14, Jon Kaelke 2, Tristan Thompson 10, Will Roguske 6, Ander Arnold 7, Caleb Maxwell 12, Isaac Jones 3, Brandyn Harlow 7 ... 3-point shots: Adelman 3, Wyganowski 4, Roguske 1, Arnold 1, Jones 1 ... Rebound leader: Wyganowski 14, Harlow 10, Adelman 6 ... Assist leader: Adelman 10 ... Steal leader: Wyganowski 4, Maxwell 3

BOLD 79, MACCRAY 57

Gavin Vosika kicked off his season in grand fashion, finishing with 19 points, 10 rebounds, eight assists and a pair of assists in BOLD's win at MACCRAY on Friday night.

BOLD ran out to a big lead, taking a 45-15 advantage into the break. New addition Carter Henry, who recently transfered to BOLD from Central Minnesota Christian School, began his Warriors career with 12 points and eight rebounds.

Drew Sagedahl and Jordan Sagedahl both scored 11 points.

MACCRA's Braden Hoekstra scored 10 points and had five rebounds and Blake Wadsworth and Thomas Kirking both scored 10 points.

BOLD (1-0) 45 34 — 79

MACCRAY (0-1) 15 42 — 57

BOLD - Scoring: Drew Sagedahl 11, Gavin Vosika 19, Matt Moorse 2, Jordan Sagedahl 11, Devin Gluesing 4, Carter Henry 12, Dawson Vosika 3, Jack Peppel 6, Karl Kosak 9, Byron Frank 2 ... 3-point shots: Drew Sagedahl 3, Gavin Vosika 1, J. Sagedahl 1, Dawson Vosika 1 ... Rebound leader: G. Vosika 10, Henry 8, D. Vosika 8 ... Assist leader: G. Vosika 8 ... Steal leader: G. Vosika 2, Henry 2, D. Vosika 2

MACCRAY - Scoring: Riley Cronen 6, Blake Wadsworth 9, Brady Kienitz 6, Kelby Jaenisch 8, Braden Hoekstra 10, Jakob Zuidema 4, Kelvin Miles 2, Will Asche 3, Thomas Kirking 9 ... 3-point shots: Cronen 2, Wadsworth 1, Kienitz 2, Jaenisch 2, Hoekstra 1, Asche 1, Kirking 1 ... Rebound leader: Miles 6, Hoekstra 5 ... Assist leader: Brett Harguth 4 ... Steal leader: Harguth 2

Hancock 82, Parkers Prairie 75

Noah Kannegiesser announced his arrival, as if he wasn't already at the forefront of people's minds, with a 40-point, seven-assist game in an 82-75 win over Parkers Prairie Friday night.

The Owls led by seven at halftime and that proved to be enough for the victory.

Kannegiesser made two 3-pointers, a drastic difference in comparison to teammate Bennett Nienhaus who netted 24 points with six made 3-pointers.

Parkers Prairie (0-1) 31 44 — 75

Hancock (1-0) 38 44 — 82

PARKERS PRAIRIE - Scoring: Noah Koep 19, Matt Ferley 5, Ryan Blake 19, Travis Yohnke 17, Josh Heuing 6, Hunter Haggenmiller 1, Austin Koep 7 ... 3-point shots: Koep 5, Ferley 2, Blake 3, Koep 2, Yohnke 1 ... Rebound leader: NA ... Assist leader: NA ... Steal leader: NA

HANCOCK - Scoring: Noah Kannegiesser 40, Cole Reese 6, Bennett Nienhaus 24, Peyton Rohloff 2, Connor Reese 8, Tanner Pahl 2 ... 3-point shots: Kannegiesser 2, Connor Reese 2, Nienhaus 6 ... Rebound leader: Nienhaus 6 ... Assist leader: Kannegiesser 7, Cole Reese 4... Steal leader: Connor Reese 3

Tom Larson

Tom Larson is the sports editor of the West Central Tribune.

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