GLENWOOD -- Minnewaska clamped down on Staples-Motley both on the glass and the floor en route to a 79-48 win Saturday. Sara Gregersen paced Minnewaska with a double-double of 13 points and 12 rebounds. Emily Roering led all scorers with 17 points, and Ashley Sletten and Erika Olson had 11 each. Amie Chan grabbed 10 boards. Minnewaska 79, Staples-Motley 48 Staples-Motley........................28 20 -- 48 Minnewaska (10-6).................40 39 -- 79 STAPLES-MOTLEY - 16-58 FG (2-6 3-pt); 14-24 FT; 21 rebounds; 26 fouls ...
Boys Basketball Staples-Motley 69, Minnewaska 63 Girls Basketball Springfield 67, Redwood Valley 63 Minnewaska 79, Staples-Motley 48 Boys Hockey Wadena-Deer Creek 6, Willmar 5 Girls Hockey MBA 15, Windom 1 Gymnastics Class A True Team (1) Perham 182.25 (2) New Prague 177.50 (3) Detroit Lakes 176.425 (4) Becker 175.55 (5) Mound 175.425 (6) Monticello 172.175 (7) Pine Island 170.35 (8) New London-Spicer 166.225 (9) Martin County West 165.30 (10) New Ulm 163.125 Swimming Willmar Invite (1) St.
Boys Basketball NON-CONFERENCE Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa at Osakis, 7:30 p.m. Girls Basketball CENTRAL LAKES Little Falls at Willmar, 7:30 p.m. WEST CENTRAL SOUTH Benson vs. BOLD at Olivia, 7:30 p.m. NON-CONFERENCE Canby at Lac qui Parle Valley, 7:30 p.m. Yellow Medicine East vs. Central Minnesota Christian at Prinsburg, 7:30 p.m.
BENSON -- Morris/Benson Area scored nine goals in the first period and went on to throttle Windom 15-1 Saturday. Katia Vantries scored four times for MBA. Sara Rajewsky assisted on every Vantries score and added three goals of her own. Dani Schultz followed with two goals. MBA 15, Windom 1 Windom...................................0 1 0 -- 1 Morris/Benson (9-9-3).............9 2 4 -- 15 FIRST PERIOD - MBA: Katia Vantries (Sara Rajewsky) 1:29 ... MBA: Vantries (Rajewsky) 3:30 ... MBA: Dani Schultz (Tessa Miller) 4:48 ... MBA: Rajewsky (unassisted) 6:32 ...
NEW PRAGUE -- New London-Spicer placed eighth in the 10-team True Team gymnastics tournament Saturday. The Wildcats recorded 166.225 points. Perham won the title with 182.25 and host New Prague was second with 177.50. The tournament is comprised of the top 10 teams in Class A. There are no individual awards and the scores count only toward a team total.
JAMESTOWN, N.D. -- Ridgewater wrestlers Justin Turek and Jarrett Hall each placed second at the Jamestown (N.D) Open this past weekend. Both wrestlers are battling shoulder problems and were held out of their championship matches. "We're getting so close to regionals and it wasn't worth having them hurt worse in an open tournament," explained Ridgewater coach Jesse Nelson.
Former Hengstler-Ranweiler Award winner Kara Karlsgodt of Atwater scored 19 points, grabbed nine rebounds and made two steals as Dordt College (9-12) upset Morningside (16-6) 83-81 in Great Plains Athletic Conference women's basketball Wednesday night in Sioux Center, Iowa. Morningside entered the game ranked No. 5 in the nation in NAIA Division II. Karlsgodt, a 5-9 junior forward, is averaging 9.3 points, a team-high 8.1 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game this season.
The Willmar Cardinals swimming and diving team holds a seventeam invitational today at the senior high school pool. The field includes Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato, Montevideo and Minnewaska/Morris. Other guests are Elk River, St. Cloud Tech and Perham. Diving starts at 10 a.m. followed by swimming at 1:30 P.M.
CLARA CITY -- Kelly Swenson scored 20 points as Dawson-Boyd came from behind in the second half to claim a 60-57 win over MACCRAY in Camden North girls basketball action Friday. The Wolverines trailed 16-5, but closed the gap to four points, 25-21, on a three-point shot by Ashley Beseman at the first-half buzzer. MACCRAY led by as many as 10 points in the second half, but the Blackjacks rallied for a 58-57 lead. With nine seconds left, MACCRAY had the ball but turned it over.
WILLMAR -- St. Cloud Tech made eight more free throws than Willmar attempted and overcame 17 turnovers Friday to stay on top of the Central Lakes Conference by upending the Cardinals 65-41. After Lisa Nielsen made the back end of two free throw attempts for Willmar (5-6, 8-9) seconds into the game, St.