DAWSON -- Dawson-Boyd held off a late surge from Renville County West and went on to beat the Jaguars 57-55 Friday in a Camden North Conference game. The Blackjacks finished in a tie for the conference title with Lakeview with 11-4 records. Kelly Swenson scored 17 points to pace Dawson-Boyd (11-4, 12-7).
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Boys Basketball NON-CONFERENCE Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City at New London-Spicer, 7:30 p.m. Lac qui Parle Valley vs. Renville County West at Renville, 4:30 p.m. Montevideo vs. St. Cloud Cathedral at St. Cloud State, 7 p.m. Pipestone vs. Yellow Medicine East at Granite Galls, 7 p.m. Redwood Valley vs. MACCRAY at Clara City, 4:30 p.m. Girls Basketball NON-CONFERENCE Montevideo vs. St. Cloud Cathedral at St. Cloud State, 5:30 p.m. Morris/Chokio-Alberta at Paynesville, 2:30 p.m. Pipestone vs.
HAMEL -- Senior Phil Cleary placed 16th of 79 skiers in the Pursuit and the Willmar boys took ninth and the girls 10th at the Section 4 Nordic meet on Friday on the Baker National Golf Course west of Orono. Danielle Erickson placed 51st in the girls Pursuit. Cleary missed by three places of qualifying individually as one of the top 8, which excludes members of the first-place team. Girls Results TEAM SCORING -- (1) Little Falls 381 (2) tie, Wayzata, Maple Grove, both 370 (4) Osseo 324 (5) St. Cloud Cathedral 286 (6) Elk River/Zimmerman 282 (7) Buffalo 258 (8) Park Center 244 (9) St.
PRINSBURG -- Central Minnesota Christian dominated the boards to earn its second win of the season, beating Hancock 58-44 in non-conference boys basketball Friday. The Bluejays (2-17) pulled down 41 rebounds compared to 28 for the Owls (3-15). Mike Schwitters scored 18 points, including four 3-pointers, and had eight rebounds for CMCS. Jordan Zondervan added 14 points and 14 boards. Tanner Gramm scored 14 points for Hancock. Derrick Foss had 11 points and 11 rebounds, and Austin Schmidgall followed with 10 points.
MADISON -- Mindy Clark netted 23 points to lead a group of three players that scored in double figures for Lac qui Parle Valley as the Eagles stayed tied for first in the West Central South Conference by edging Morris/Chokio-Alberta 66-61 Friday. Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City also won Friday to remain on top of the conference at 9-2 with the Eagles. Morris/Chokio-Alberta led by seven at one point in the second half before LQPV (14-7) switched up its defense to force some turnovers and got some clutch free throws down the stretch from Clark and Kayla Rheingans to cap the rally. Rheingans followe
NEW LONDON -- Albany secured the West Central North girls basketball title with a 70-50 win over New London-Spicer Friday. The Wildcats (10-3, 19-5) trailed 29-25 at halftime. But the Huskies took control in the second half, outscoring NLS 35-21. Jenny Noreen led Albany (13-0, 19-1) with 24 points. Sam Larsen added 18. Renae Henjum scored 20 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to pace the Wildcats. Albany 70, NL-Spicer 50 Albany (13-0, 19-1) 35 35 -- 70 NL-Spicer (10-3, 19-5) 29 21 -- 50 ALBANY - 32-70 FG (5-14 3-pt); 1-3 FT; 28 rebounds; 16 fouls ...
LITCHFIELD -- The showdown of Wright County Conference unbeatens turned out to be a runaway. Annandale/Maple Lake (21-2) mowed down the 2006 champions 39-13 on Friday evening before a large crowd.
Boys Basketball Montevideo 72, Morris 66 YME 63, Ortonville 52 Lakeview 79, KMS 72 MACCRAY 71, RCW 44 LQPV 84, ACGC 77 BBE 48, Maple Lake 47 Dawson-Boyd 70, CMCS 41 NLS 73, Minnewaska 46 Benson 90, BOLD 54 Girls Basketball RCW 44, YME 35 Sleepy Eye SM 64, BLH 43 Litchfield 58, Annandale 54 KMS 69, Clinton-GB 64 Wrestling Willmar 40, Sauk Rapids 22 Willmar 47, Alexandria 28 LQPV 46, MACCRAY 28 Boys Hockey Willmar 3, SC Apollo 3 Girls Hockey Section 8AA Buffalo 5, River Lakes 4
WILLMAR -- Wrestling returned with a bang on Thursday as seven Central Lakes Conference schools got in matches at the Willmar Senior High gymnasium The host Cardinals won both their makeup matches by beating Sauk Rapids 40-22 and Alexandria 47-28. The wrestlers had been idle since Jan. 29 when the state high school league imposed a mandatory shutdown of contact wrestling for all Minnesota varsity programs. The decree followed a breakout of herpes simplex virus among several teams in late December. The CLC teams used Willmar's gym to make up dual- meet matches lost during the layoff.