MONTEVIDEO -- Andy Nicklawsky and Steve Kluver each won a pair of individual events as Willmar beat Montevideo in the pool 105-77 on Tuesday in the opener. It was Willmar's first dual-meet win over the Thunder Hawks since 2000-01. David Nedrud won twice for Montevideo. Jack Powers and Sam Hathaway also picked up wins. Willmar went 1-2 in the final relay to widen its winning margin.
KIMBALL -- Phil Cleary's placed third in a time of 8:58, helping the Willmar boys place fourth Tuesday at the St. Cloud Apollo Invite at Powder Ridge. Katie Pakola paced the Willmar girls by finishing 33rd at 13:50. The Willmar girls were seventh among nine teams. Girls Results TEAM SCORING (cumulated time) -- (1) Alexandria 33:15 (2) Brainerd 34:18 (3) Buffalo 35:03 (4) St. Cloud Cathedral 35:11 (5) Mora 36:49 (6) St.
NEW LONDON -- Jackie Imdieke won the vault, beam and floor events to capture the all-around title as New London-Spicer upended Long Prairie-Grey Eagle 134.725, 113.25 in the West Central Conference Tuesday. The Wildcats also had Wendy Toops place first on the bars and Gina Bruns place third in all-around. NL-Spicer 134.725, Long Prairie-GE 113.25 ALL-AROUND - (1) Jacki Imdieke, NLS, 34.9 (2) Kari Jasken, LPGE, 33.8 (3) Gina Bruns, NLS, 33.35 VAULT - (1) Imdieke, NLS, 9.0 (2) Courtney Edwards, NLS, 8.875 (3) Bruns, NLS, 8.75 BARS - (1) Wendy Toops, NLS, 8.3 (2) Jasken, LPGE, 8.25 (3) tie,
CLARKFIELD -- The Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City wrestling team won nine matches by major decision or better to beat Yellow Medicine East 57-7 in West Central South action Tuesday. The Falcons won four matches by fall: Scott Litzau at 119 pounds, Nic Leither at 189, David Nelson at 215 and Josh Lies at 275.
Boys Basketball Litchfield 67, Willmar 53 Minnewaska 61, St. Cloud Cathedral 49 Benson 62, Morris 48 YME 70, ACGC 60 Montevideo 88, BOLD 53 MACCRAY 62, RCW 45 Lakeview 62, KMS 38 Dawson-Boyd 62, CMCS 32 BL-H 77, CM/Comfrey 52 Redwood Valley 107, Marshall 101, 2 OT Minnewaska 61, St. Cloud Cathedral 49 Girls Basketball Willmar 69, Hutchinson 33 Benson 67, BBE 57 Milbank, S.D. 90, Lac qui Parle Valley 63 Hancock 59, P.
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WILLMAR -- The height of North Dakota State College of Science was too much for Ridgewater, again, as the Wildcats trounced the Warriors 88-63 Monday. NDSCS started 6-10 Touhami Ghazoul -- who finished with a double-double of 14 points and 10 rebounds -- and 6-11 Joe Dorsett on their front line. Remington Stemler, a 7-footer, came early off the bench and put in six points and grabbed six rebounds in seven minutes. But its not just its height that makes the 16th-ranked team in NJCAA Division I so formidable.
The Willmar Community Education and Recreation office is now taking registrations for Thursday Night Ski Club for students in grades 7-12. The bus trips run from Jan. 4-Feb. 8, leaving the junior high parking lot at 3:45 p.m. and returning at 10:15 p.m. Ski and snowboard packages are available. Pre-registration is required. Please call 231-8490 for more details or to enroll.
Late Saturday results Jackson CC Invite Redwood Valley's Brady Myers pinned his opponent in the championship match at 160 pounds to cap a perfect 4-0 day for the junior. Team scoring (1) Jackson Country Central 220.5 (2) Eagan 180 (3) Fulda/Murray County Central 155 (4) Adrian 147.5 (5) Madelia-Truman 139 (6) Stewartville 139 (7) Windom/Mountain Lake-Butterfield-Odin 101.5 (8) Wabasha-Kellogg 96.5 (9) Worthington 61 (10) Redwood Valley 51 (11) Luverne 33 (12) Red Rock Central/Westbrook-Walnut Grove 31 (13) Martin County West 7 How area wrestlers fared Key: (Weight, name, won-loss, falls)
Late Saturday results Morris Invite New London-Spicer placed three gymnasts in the top five of the all-around and won the tournament with 129.25 points, well ahead of Long Prairie-Grey Eagle's 115.15. Gina Bruns of the Wildcats won the all-around title with a 34.25.