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Willmar Community Education and Recreation and the Willmar varsity fast-pitch softball team will conduct a softball clinic for grades 4-8 Feb. 20 at Kennedy Elementary. The clinic will consist of batting, throwing, base running and other basic skills. Grades 4-6 will be from 10 a.m.-noon and grades 7-8 from 1-3 p.m. The fee is $17 and includes a T-shirt. To enroll in the clinic, phone Willmar CER at 231-8490. Enrollment is limited.
The BOLD Divas finished first in Jazz/Funk at the Section 2A meet in Montevideo Saturday, while the Montevideo Gold Dusters were first in High Kick. Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop was second and Yellow Medicine East third in Jazz/Funk. New Ulm Cathedral was second in High Kick and Yellow Medicine East was third. The state competition is Feb. 17-18 at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.
KERKHOVEN -- Thirteen players scored for Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg as the Fighting Saints routed Swanville 91-37 in non-conference girls basketball action Monday. KMS (15-7) owned a 51-20 lead at halftime. Spencer Berget led the balanced attack for KMS with 16 points. Esther Peterson and Patina Queenan both netted 12 points while Steph Stassen had 11 and Kim Stassen 10. Steph Stassen also grabbed a team-high seven rebounds. KMS 91, Swanville 37 Swanville 20 17 -- 37 KMS (15-7) 51 40 -- 91 SWANVILLE - 15 FG (2 3 pt); 5-12 FT; rebounds not available; 20 fouls ...
Late results Saturday SAUK RAPIDS -- Willmar freshmen Steve Kluver finished second in the 100 backstroke at the Central Lakes Conference swimming and diving championships on Saturday. Kluver was Willmar's only all-conference swimmer. Junior Matt Fuglestad, fifth in the individual medley, was honorable mention. Alexandria won the meet followed by first-year conference member Fergus Falls. Willmar finished seventh with a young line-up that had no seniors. Team scoring (1) Alexandria 393 (2) Fergus Falls 369 (3) Brainerd 360 (4) Sartell 342 (5) St.
Late results Saturday Section 2A quarterfinals Alexandria 7, Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato 0 The Dragons (9-18) trailed the Cardinals 1-0 until late in the second period when an Ashley Holmes' powerplay goal at 14:07 launched a three-goal flurry for a 4-0 lead after two periods. Alexandria outshot LDC 40-16. Senior Annika Danielson made 33 stops in the Dragons' goal. Litchfield/DC (9-18) 0 0 0 -- 0 Alexandria (20-2-4) 1 3 3 -- 7 FIRST PERIOD - Alx: Brittney Bruzek (Ashley Holmes) 5:00, powerplay SECOND PERIOD - Alx: Holmes (Kathy DelZoppo (Abby Williams) 14:07, pp ...
Late Friday result Non-Conference Little Falls 7, MBA 4 Mark Conboy, Mitch Kleespies, Jake Erickson and Mack Grunig had one goal each for Morris/Benson Area. Erickson also added an assist. Jared Festler led Little Falls with two goals and two assists. MBA goalie Mitch Grunig stopped 27 shots on goal. Morris/Benson Area 1 1 2 -- 4 Little Falls 2 3 2 -- 7 FIRST PERIOD - LF: Joey Cotton (Jim Pender) pp, 8:05 ... LF: Lucas Jorgensen (Jared Festler) 12:58 ... MBA: Mark Conboy (unassisted) pp, 14:47 SECOND PERIOD - LF: Ben Hanowski (unassisted) :49 ... LF: T.J.
(All events 7:30 p.m. approximate start unless noted) Boys Basketball CENTRAL LAKES Fergus Falls at Willmar Rocori at Alexandria Little Falls at Brainerd St. Cloud Apollo at Sartell St. Cloud Tech at Sauk Rapids WEST CENTRAL SOUTH Yellow Medicine East at Benson Montevideo at Lac qui Parle Valley WEST CENTRAL NORTH New London-Spicer at Albany Paynesville at Long Prairie-Grey Eagle Sauk Centre at Minnewaska Melrose at St. Cloud Cathedral CAMDEN NORTH Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg at Dawson-Boyd MACCRAY vs.
Girls Basketball KMS 91, Swanville 37 Minnewaska 45, Benson 25 Albany 82, ACGC 55 West Central Area 62, Morris/Chokio-Alberta 46 EVW 78, Paynesville 41
IOWA FALLS, IOWA - All 10 of Ridgewater's entrants in the Region 13 tournament finished in the top four Sunday to qualify for the NJCAA Division III National Tournament. Clay Hoeck at 149 pounds and Ethan Vogt at 197 both placed second for the Warriors, the Minnesota Community College Conference champions who finished third in the region. Brian Beilke at 125 pounds, Michael Barrie at 133, Justin Turek at 141, Dusty Myers at 157, Kyle Koehntop at 165 and Ben Thonvold at heavyweight all finished third for the Warriors. Also going to the national tournament, which is Feb.
BELGRADE - Darren Braegelman netted 23 points to lead a group of five players that scored in double figures for Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa as the Jaguars set a school record for most points scored in a 100-69 non-conference win over Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City Saturday. The Jaguars (7-13) shot over 50 percent from the field and outrebounded ACGC (10-8) 41-19. BBE outscored the Falcons 59-41 in the second half after owning a 41-28 lead at halftime. BBE also had Jordan Weller with 17 points, Matt McCleary 15, Andy Hadley 14 and Josh Roelike 11 score in double figures.