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The Camden Conference wrestling tournament will be hosted this season by Renville County West and is at Sacred Heart today starting at 10:30 a.m. Schools participating will be Canby, Dawson-Boyd, Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg, MACCRAY, Minneota/Lake Benton, Renville County West and Tracy-Milroy-Balaton.
MONTEVIDEO -- Sparked by four 3-pointers and 23 points from Jon Altena, Montevideo stymied Yellow Medicine East 66-51 Friday in the West Central South Conference to remain unbeaten. Montevideo, who owned a slim 30-28 lead at halftime, shot 54 percent from the field and outrebounded YME 38-27. The Thunder Hawks (6-0, 11-0) also got 19 points from Tyler Grey and 10 points and three steals from Tramel Barnes. Luke Berg netted 16 points to pace YME (3-3, 9-4). Montevideo 66, YME 51 YME (3-3, 9-4) 28 23 -- 51 Montevideo (6-0, 11-0) 30 36 -- 66 YELLOW MEDICINE EAST - 20-53 FG (4-12 3 pt);
Boys Basketball WEST CENTRAL NORTH Melrose at New London-Spicer, 1:30 p.m. Girls Basketball NON-CONFERENCE Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City at New London-Spicer, 7:30 p.m. Fridley at Litchfield, 2 p.m. Wrestling CAMDEN Conference tournament at Sacred Heart, 10:30 a.m. NON-CONFERENCE Eden Prairie Invite (Willmar), 10:30 a.m. BOLD/Buffalo Lake-Hector Quadrangular (Yellow Medicine East, Bertha-Hewitt, Annandale), 1 p.m. Hutchinson Invite (Montevideo), 10 a.m. Staples-Motley Invite (Morris/Hancock), 10 a.m. Cobra Invite (Redwood Valley), 11 a.m. Boys Hockey NO
Boys Basketball Lakeview 82, Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg 78 Willmar 76, Sauk Rapids 59 Watertown-Mayer 59, Litchfield 51 Pierz 87, Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa 63 Montevideo 66, Yellow Medicine East 51 Morris 60, Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City 46 Renville County West 53, Dawson-Boyd 38 Sauk Centre 65, Paynesville 46 Benson 84, Lac qui Parle Valley 70 Central Minnesota Christian 89, Hancock 49 Minnewaska 46, Long Prairie-Grey Eagle 45 Sleepy Eye 64, Buffalo Lake-Hector 59 MACCRAY 60, Canby 50 Girls Basketball Buffalo Lake-Hector 60, Sleepy Eye 44 Paynesville 47, Minnewaska 46
BENSON -- Lake Hassel, six miles north of Benson on State Highway 29, will be the site today and Sunday for World Power-Sport Extreme Ice Racing. Snowmobile racing starts at 11 a.m. today and Sunday, wrapping up about 3 p.m. each day. The Northern Lights Trails Snowmobile Club of Benson promoted the first-time race with Benson as the host city.
Late result Thursday Non-Conference MBA 9, Redwood Valley 0 Josh Griffith netted two goals and Jake Erickson piled up three points with two assists and a goal for Morris/Benson Area (12-1-0). MBA (12-1-0).........................2 4 3 -- 9 Redwood Valley (0-11-1)......0 0 0 -- 0 FIRST PERIOD - MBA: Mackenzie Grunig (Jake Erickson) 3:10 ... MBA: Josh Griffith (unassisted) 6:26 SECOND PERIOD - MBA: Jake Knutson (Jay Andrews) 2:42 ... MBA: Mikey Siegel (unassisted) 13:51 ... MBA: Griffith (Andrews, Tony Schultz) 14:21 ...
NEW LONDON -- Stephen Westby had two pins in 58 seconds and 1:27 to win the heavyweight class but New London-Spicer had to settle for second place behind Eden Valley-Watkins on Friday at the New London-Spicer Invitational. NLS had four champions with Shawn Hatlestad, Chad Henle and Billy Dean claiming three of the first four titles. Tyler Rath at 119 and Danny Borgerding at 130 were each 2-0 champions for Belgrade-Brooten-El-rosa. The first-place Eagles placed 10 in the finals and five won. Team scoring (1) Eden Valley-Watkins 236 (2) New London-Spicer 222 (3) Dassel-Cokato 164 (4) Benson
DAWSON -- Dawson-Boyd avenged an earlier loss to Ortonville, this time topping the Trojans 64-55 in a non-conference game Friday night. Ortonville (11-2), ranked No. 10 in Class A, won the first meeting two weeks ago. Nikki Swenson had 18 points for the Blackjacks (11-2). Chelsie Kurtenbach recorded a double-double for the second straight night with 14 points and 15 rebounds. Kelly Swenson had 11 points, four assists and seven steals. Heather Voss chipped in with 12 points.
PAYNESVILLE -- Paynesville beat Minnewaska for the second time this season, this time posting a 47-46 victory Friday in the West Central North Conference. The Bulldogs (3-5, 5-7) also beat Minnewaska 46-43 Dec. 22 in Glenwood. Brittni Schmitz had 15 points and sister Brooke Schmitz followed with 11 to ignite Paynesville. Brooke also grabbed six rebounds and dished out five assists. The Lakers (5-4, 9-4) got 14 points from Shiona Beecher and 10 apiece from Ashley Chan and Sara Gregersen.
LITCHFIELD -- Watertown-Mayer made a three-point halftime lead stick despite Litchfield's long-range attack in a 59-51 Wright County Conference boys basketball win Friday. The Royals held a 38-35 lead at halftime, then survived a defensive second half in which both teams scored under 25 points. The Dragons made eight 3-pointers, led by Nathan Nelson's four. He finished with a team-high 14 points. Darin Sangren added 12 points.