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Prep Basketball: Lund sets LQPV school scoring record

RENVILLE - Kelsea Lund broke the Lac qui Parle Valley all-time scoring record as a part of a 19-point night in the Eagles' 72-23 win over Renville County West on Thursday in Renville.

The junior Lund broke Michaela Erickson's record of 1,601 career points in her 96th career game. Over her career, Lund is averaging over 16 points per game.

Lindsay Kranz scored 16 points, and Haley Wollschlager scored 14 points while dishing out nine assists for the Eagles.

Aleah Zieske led the Jaguars with seven points.

LQPV 72, RCW 23

LQPV (16-8) 38 34 — 72

RCW (1-22) 12 11 — 23

LAC QUI PARLE VALLEY - Scoring: Haley Wollschlager 14, Kelsea Lund 19, Isabel Schirm 2, Grace Hegland 10, Lindsay Kranz 16, Jordan Sterud 2, Sidney Gerdes 2, Megan McFarland 2, Katlyn Gades 3, Taniya Tassel 2 ... 3-point shots: Wollschlager 4, Lund 5 ... Rebound leader: Hegland 9, Kranz 6, Wollschlager 5 ... Assist leader: Wollschlager 9 ... Steal leader: Hegland 5, Wollschlager 3

RENVILLE COUNTY WEST - Scoring: Britney Marr 6, Aleah Zieske 7, Pamela Winzenburg 2, Emily Filzen 6 ... 3-point shots: Marr 1, Zieske 1

Minnewaska 63, Benson 22

Bayley Pooler scored 18 points and Carley Stewart scored 16 as Minnewaska breezed past Benson.

The Lakers jumped out to a 40-10 halftime lead and kept up the defensive pressure in the second half to earn the win.

In addition to Pooler's 18 points she also tacked on a game-high four steals.

Benson (0-21) 10 12 — 22

Minnewaska (17-7) 40 23 — 63

BENSON - Scoring: Natalie Amundson 5, Amanda Nissen 7, Danielle Himley 3, Grace Lee 2, Claire Ricard 2, Kaitlyn Berreau 3 ... 3-point shots: Amundson 1, Nissen 1 ... Rebound leader: Lee 7 ... Assist leader: Nissen 1, Presley Gonnerman 1 ... Steal leader: Amundson 1, Lee 1, Dana Rud 1

MINNEWASKA - Scoring: Kendra Kuczek 2, Bayley Pooler 18, Ashley Blom 8, Abby VerSteeg 9, Emma Thorfinnson 6, Carley Stewart 16, Ashlyn Guggisberg 3, Rachel Erickson 1 ... 3-point shots: Pooler 4, Blom 2, VerSteeg 1, Thorfinnson 2, Stewart 2, Guggisberg 1 ... Rebound leader: Guggisberg 5 ... Assist leader: Gugisberg 2 ... Steal leader: Pooler 4, Kuczek 3, Stewart 3

BBE 51, Maple Lake 45 OT

After a back-and-forth regulation, BBE's defense buckled down in overtime to defeat Maple Lake and win its ninth consecutive game.

Both teams were knotted at 44 after the second half and then the Jaguars held the Irish to one point in OT.

Hailey Braegelman scored 15 points to lead BBE, which also got an 11-point night from Macie Kirckof.

BBE (17-6) 21 23 7— 51

Maple Lake (11-11) 24 20 1 — 45

BBE - Scoring: Grace Illies 2, Cassandra Tensen 3, Morgan Gronli 7, Macie Kirckof 11, Nicole Wesbur 2, Jenna Fischer 11, Hailey Braegelman 15 ... 3-point shots: Fischer 1, Braegelman 1 ... Rebound leader: Gronli 3, Kirckof 3 ... Assist leader: Illies 4 ... Steal leader: Illies 4

MAPLE LAKE - Stats not provided

Sauk Centre 76, ACGC 33

A big first half helped Sauk Centre down ACGC in a West Central Conference game on Thursday in Sauk Centre.

Jill Klaphake led the Mainstreeters with 19 points, Kelsey Peschel had 15 and Maesyn Thiesen finished with 13 points, six assists and three steals.

ACGC's Madison Denton scored 12 points. The Falcons play host to Kimball at 7:30 p.m. today in Grove City.

ACGC (4-18) 18 15 — 33

Sauk Centre (22-1) 48 28 — 76

ACGC - Scoring: Madison Denton 12, Maree Lee 4, Addison Bernstein 2, Gabby Lawver 3, Anna Grimsgard 2, Kendra Miller 2, Karina Kinzler 2, Morgan Paulson 2, Lindsey Minnick 2 ... 3-point shots: None

SAUK CENTRE - Scoring: Hannah Damman 3, Kelsey Peschel 15, Kenzie Schmiesing 6, Jill Klaphake 19, Tori Peschel 8, Maesyn Thiesen 13, Morgan Kranz 7, Alyssa Kohorst 3, Beth Middendorf 2 ... 3-point shots: Damman 1, K. Peschel 2, Schmiesing 1, Klaphake 2, Kranz 1 ... Rebound leader: T. Peschel 7, Julia Damman 7. Kohorst 6 ... Assist leader: Thiesen 6, Klaphake 3 ... Steal leader: K. Peschel 3, Schmiesing 3, Thiesen 3

LPGE 49, Paynesville 34

Long Prairie-Grey Eagle used a strong defensive effort to quiet down Paynesville's offense and earn the win.

Taylor Kingston was a force for the Thunder with 26 points. For the Bulldogs, Katelyn Spanier was the leading scorer with 16 points. She also logged 10 rebounds before hearing the final whistle.

LPGE (10-11) 30 19 — 49

Paynesville (2-20) 17 17 — 34

LONG PRAIRIE-GREY EAGLE - Scoring: Kimberly Estrada 4, Claire Liebsch 2, Carolyn Dinkel 4, Jenna Middendorf 5, Kayla Drevlow 8, Taylor Kingston 26 ... 3-point shots: Kingston 3, Drevlow 2, Dinkel 1

PAYNESVILLE - Scoring: Katelyn Spanier 16, Taylor Reiter 2, Cora Hentges 2, Abbie Wuertz 14 ... 3-point shots: Wuertz 4 ... Rebound leader: Spanier 10, Kylee Everson 7 ... Assist leader: Spanier 2 ... Steal leader: Spanier 4

KMS 66, Dawson-Boyd 51

Sam Gjerde's double-double was the performance of the night as Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg took the win over Dawson-Boyd.

Gjerde scored game-highs with 24 points and 13 rebounds for the Saints. Dawson-Boyd's Avery Bartunek also pulled in 13 rebounds on the night.

For the Saints, Katie Krieger and Molly Jeppesen also hovered around the double-double territory. Krieger scored 11 points with 11 rebounds while Jeppesen scored 17 points but fell just one rebound short of her double-double.

KMS will get back on the court today with a visit to Benson.

KMS (8-15) 30 36 — 66

D-B (7-17) 18 33 — 51

KERKHOVEN-MURDOCK-SUNBURG - Scoring: Katie Krieger 11, Alexis Lamecker 6, Mallory Rudningen 4, Sam Gjerde 24, Hanne Tebben 2, Madison Rohner 2, Molly Jeppesen 17 ... 3-point shots: Gjerde 4 ... Rebound leader: Krieger 11, Gjerde 13, Jeppesen 9 ... Assist leader: Gjerde 4 ... Steal leader: Morgan Lesteberg 2

DAWSON-BOYD - Scoring: Sadie Thompson 4, Hannah Stelter 3, Kaitlyn Willander 16, Gabby Vogel 2, Mary Bothun 13, Alex Sather 6, Avery Bartunek 7 ... 3-point shots: Stelter 1, Willander 4 ... Rebound leader: A Bartunek 13 ... Assist leader: A Bartunek 4 ... Steal leader: Sather 3

Montevideo 69, BOLD 66

Abby Olson scored 28 points as Montevideo squeaked by BOLD Thursday night.

Olson was the go-to player throughout the night for the Thunder Hawks and she did plenty of work in the paint, as well, pulling in seven rebounds. Teammate Ashley McKee led all players with 13 rebounds. She also scored 11 points to earn a double-double.

Taylor Sagedahl led the Warriors with 20 points.

BOLD (14-11) 32 34 — 66

Montevideo (12-9) 38 31 — 69

BOLD - Scoring: Emily Gass 12, Abby Sigurdson 4, Morgan Schmitz 8, Taylor Sagedahl 20, Makenna Steffel 7, Ashley Trongard 4, Makayla Snow 11 ... 3-point shots: Gass 4, Sagedahl 1, Snow 1 ... Rebound leader: Steffel 5, Sagedahl 3, Snow 3 ... Assist leader: Steffel 2, Sigurdson 2 ... Steal leader: Sigurdson 2, Schmitz 2, Sagedahl 2,

MONTEVIDEO - Scoring: Molly Reeves 10, Abby Olson 28. Emmy Enevoldsen 2, Sarah Sulflow 4, Kaylee Glomstad 4, Ashley McKee 11, Alex Wolner 4, Kamren Saue 6 ... 3-point shots: Olson 1 ... Rebound leader: McKee 13, Olson 7 ... Assist leader: Reeves 6 ... Steal leader: Olson 6, McKee 3, Reeves 3

Litchfield 66, Rockford 38

Hallie Euerle scored 17 points and Macy Huhner scored 15 points and grabbed nine rebounds in the Dragons' Wright County Conference win on Thursday.

Laney Huhner scored 12 points and Kyndra Beavers finished with 11 points, six assists and six rebounds.

Litchfield (15-7) 36 30 — 66

Rockford (5-15) 16 22 — 38

LITCHFIELD - Scoring: Laney Huhner 12, Kyndra Beavers 11, Kamri Driver 5, Natalie Hansen 1, Shanna Kinny 3, Macy Huhner 15, Sydney McCann 2, Hallie Euerle 17 ... 3-point shots: Beavers 2, Driver 1, Kinny 1, M. Huhner 4, Euerle 1 ... Rebound leader: M. Huhner 9 ... Assist leader: Beavers 6 ... Steal leader: Beavers 6

ROCKFORD - Scoring: Liz Nelson 2, Sydney Manthana 13, Emili Cain 7, Nicole Lofstedt 7, McKenzie Rentz 5, Tori Nelson 2, Cassie Majeski 2 ... 3-point shots: Manthana 1, Cain 1, Lofstedt 1

CMCS 49, MACCRAY 44

Central Minnesota Christian School hung on to its three-point halftime lead over the final 18 minutes to edge MACCRAY on Thursday night.

Kalley Schwitters scored 17 points to lead the Bluejays while Ellie Greenwaldt chipped in 10 points.

These two teams will meet again in what could be another tight game in the Section 3A Tournament next Saturday.

MACCRAY (10-14) 23 21 — 44

CMCS (12-8) 26 23 — 49

MACCRAY- Stats not provided

CENTRAL MINNESOTA CHRISTIAN SCHOOL - Scoring: Kalley Schwitters 17, Hannah Nelson 5, Allison Bulthuis 9, Ellie Greenwaldt 10, Tori Orred 6, Bailey Scott 2 ... 3-point shots: Schwitters 2, Nelson 1, Orred 1 ... Rebound leader: Orred 7 ... Assist leader: Bulthuis 4 ... Steal leader: NA

YME 80, Lakeview 63

Yellow Medicine East spread out the scoring for the win against Lakeview.

Anna McCosh led the game with 25 points for the Sting, followed by teammate Madison Hinz who finished with 17.

McCosh also did plenty of work on the glass. She pulled in 16 rebounds.

YME (9-13) 80

Lakeview (11-12) 63

YELLOW MEDICINE EAST - Scoring: Anna McCosh 25, Madison Hinz 17, Mackenzie Dyrdahl 14, Hannah Gullickson 8, Kaitlyn Mortenson 7 ... 3-point shots: NA ... Rebound leader: McCosh 16, Gullickson 7, Dyrdahl 6 ... Assist leader: Meeghen Dahlager 5, Kaitlyn Mortenson 4 ... Steal leader: Dahlager 4, Hinz 3

LAKEVIEW - Stats not provided

Boys Basketball

ACGC 84, Sauk Centre 76

Offense has been the name of the game for ACGC's boys basketball team this season and that was once again the case Thursday night as they upset Sauk Centre 84-76 in Grove City.

Erik Belgum led the way for the Falcons with 25 points in the outing, adding a team-high seven rebounds in the process as well.

The Falcons took an early lead and ran with that in the first half, outscoring the Mainstreeters 37-25 going into halftime. Sauk Centre put forth a renewed offensive effort in the second half with 51 points but ACGC kept pace with 47 of their own, more than enough to secure the victory.

Gabe Eisenbacher added 22 points for the Falcons with six rebounds.

Sauk Centre (15-6) 25 51 — 76

ACGC (12-9) 37 47 — 84

SAUK CENTRE - Stats not provided

ACGC - Scoring: Erik Belgum 25, Payton Kinzler 16, Michael Dallmann 2, Brendan Hedtke 8, Jaren Kaddatz 7, Joe Weseman 2, Gabe Eisenbacher 22, Kobe Holtz 2 ... 3-point shots: Kinzler 4, Kaddatz 1 ... Rebound leader: Belgum 7, Johnson 7, Kaddatz 6, Eisenbacher 6 ... Assist leader: Belgum 4, Kinzler 4, Hedtke 4 ... Steal leader: Johnson 2, Eisenbacher 2

KMS 49, LQPV 41

Josh Peterson scored 15 points and KMS used a strong first half to down Lac qui Parle Valley by eight points on Thursday night.

Isaac Gerdes matched Peterson's game-high 15 points for the Eagles, who outscored the Saints by three in the second half but could not complete the comeback.

Tanner Rohner chipped in 13 points for KMS.

KMS (3-18) 26 23 — 49

LQPV (4-18) 14 26 — 41

KMS - Scoring: Josh Peterson 15, Brandon Rasmusson 4, Tanner Rohner 13, Regan Carlson 9, Weston Gjerde 6, Ethan Hauge 2... 3-point shots: Rohner 2, Gjerde 2 ... Rebound leader: Gjerde 5 ... Assist leader: Rasmusson 4, Gjerde 4 ... Steal leader: Gjerde 4

LAC QUI PARLE VALLEY - Scoring: Evan Benson 5, Isaac Gerdes 15, Ross Olson 6, Thomas Daniels 10, Corey Roggenbuck 2, Braiden Kittelson 3 ... 3-point shots: Benson 1, Gerdes 1, Kittelson 1 ... Rebound leader: Roggenbuck 3, Olson 3, Kittelson 3 ... Assist leader: Bjornjeld 3, Benson 3 ... Steal leader: Bjornjeld 1, Gerdes 1

MACCRAY 74, TMB 71

Brady Madsen used a strong all-around night to guide MACCRAY past Tracy-Milroy-Balaton Thursdsay night.

Madsen led the Wolverines with 23 points and also did some work as a facilitator, logging seven assists. He also finished with five steals.

Teammate Jackson Grussing helped out on the defensive effort with eight rebounds. He also finished with 10 points.

TMB (8-16) 71

MACCRAY (9-10) 74

TRACY-MILROY-BALATON - Stats not provided

MACCRAY - Scoring: Brady Madsen 23, Jackson Grussing 10, Kelby Jaenisch 5, Brett Harguth 11, Braden Hoekstra 1, Colton Swart 16, Dylan Dirksen 8 ... 3-point shots: Madsen 2, Jaenisch 1, Harguth 3, Dirksen 1 ... Rebound leader: Grussing 8, Dirksen 8 ... Assist leader: Madsen 7 ... Steal leader: Madsen 5

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