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Cross-country ski trails at Prairie Woods Environmental Leanring Center are open and in good condition. The public is invited to use the trails during daylight hours. Six miles of trails at Prairie Woods offer a variety of terrain for all skill levels. Ski and snowshoe rentals are available at Prairie Woods. Weekend trailhead hours, beginning in January, are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Weekday rentals are available from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Willmar Cardettes Danceline placed first among four teams Saturday at the Hutchinson Invitational. Willmar had 338 points. Hutchinson was second with 298 points, New Ulm third with 298 and Litchfield fourth with 287.
The Willmar Cardinals wrestling team hosts a quadrangular today with Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg, Minnetonka and Hutchinson beginning at 5 p.m.
Pheasant Ortonville 56, Hancock 51 Hancock (3-3) led 28-16 at halftime, but Ortonville responded with 40 points in the second half for the win. Tara Thielke scored 22 points to lead the Owls, followed by Jenny Noordmans with 11. Ortonville 16 40 -- 56 Hancock (3-3) 28 23 -- 51 ORTONVILLE - 20 FG (4 3 pt); 12-20 FT; rebounds not available; 18 fouls ... Scoring: Morgan Simonitch 5, Megan Williams 1, Emily Sammon 9, Tiffany Giese 11, Kayla Delage 2, Jessica Henrich 18, Tabitha Henrich 4, Rebecca Hillman 6 ... 3-point shots: Simonitch 1, Sammon 1, Giese 2 ...
HECTOR -- BOLD/Buffalo Lake-Hector won both of its matches, including a 26-21 win over Class A third-rated Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City, at its own triangular Tuesday. The Warriors, ranked fifth in Class AA, also beat Sibley East 34-22. BOLD/BLH 26, ACGC 21 The Falcons held a 21-20 lead after Nic Leither and Matt Leither won conseuctive decision's at 171 and 189 pounds. Brian Hagen's win at 215 gave BOLD/BLH a 23-21 and heavyweight Ben Aaseth clinched the match with a 6-2 decision. ACGC grabbed a 9-0 lead after Jeremy Anderson's pin at 103 pounds and Ben Meyer's decision at 112. BOLD/BLH fo
Late result Tuesday Non-Conference MBA 8, Wahpeton 2 Morris/Benson Area improved its unbeaten record to 6-0 after erupting for four goals in the first period. Tony Schultz netted two goals for the Storm, who also got goals from Mark Conboy, Mack Grunig, Jordan Lee, Carl Lindblad, Kevin Moses and Jake Erickson. Ross Benjamin made 15 saves for the Storm. MBA (6-0)..................................4 2 2 -- 8 Wahpeton, N.D.........................1 1 0 -- 2 FIRST PERIOD - Wah: Chris Wateland (Aaron Roland) 6:06 ... MBA: Mark Conboy (Josh Griffith) 7:31 ...
Non-Conference Detroit Lakes 4, MBA 1 Detroit Lakes' Gena Paskey and Kelsey Grabow accounted for all four goals. Brittany Sharstrom scored Morris/Benson Area's only goal on assists from Laura Horecka and Sara Rajewsky in the first period. Storm goalie Hannah Horecka had 18 saves. Morris/Benson...........................1 0 0 -- 1 Detroit Lakes.............................1 2 1 -- 4 FIRST PERIOD - DL: Gena Paskey (Kelsey Grabow) 6:12 ... MBA: Brittany Sharstrom (Laura Horecka, Sara Rajewsky) 13:02 SECOND PERIOD - Grabow (Paskey, Maggie Raboin) 5:00 ...
(All events 7:30 p.m. unless noted) Boys Basketball NON-CONFERENCE Minnewaska Area at Alexandria Sauk Centre vs. Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa at Belgrade BOLD at Glencoe-Silver Lake Montevideo vs. Renville County West at Renville CAMDEN NORTH Central Minnesota Christian at Dawson-Boyd Girls Basketball CENTRAL LAKES Willmar at Little Falls Brainerd at St. Cloud Apollo Alexandria at St. Cloud Tech Fergus Falls at Sauk Rapids WEST CENTRAL SOUTH Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City at Montevideo BOLD at Benson Lac qui Parle Valley vs.
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NEW LONDON -- New London-Spicer bolted to a 54-32 first-half lead en route to a 80-59 triumph over Payvnesville in West Central Conference boys basketball on Tuesday. The Wildcats made 5-of-11 three-pointers leading up to intermission. Todd Herman led NLS with 23 points and six rebounds. Nick Carlson added 15 points, making three treys. Cory Nietfeld tossed in 23 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for Paynesville. Matt Mergen chipped in with 11 points. Eleven players scored for NLS. Brian Pieh had 11 points and Justin Haats nine.