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GROVE CITY -- The YME Sting were going nowhere against Atwater-Grove City-Cosmos until Kristen Hegna and Audrey Formo decided to take command Monday. With Yellow Medicine East trailing 28-17 in the second half, Hegna and Formo turned up the pressure in the ACGC backcourt, which led to a 46-35 win. The press produced a slurry of Falcons turnovers and the Sting shrank the lead to 32-29 before shutting down the Falcons' offense all together to move in front by 12 with a minute left. Hegna, a 5-5 guard, had all 13 of her points in the second half.
Late results Friday Little Falls Quad Pierz, rated No. 1 Class A, won all three duals in a quadrangular with three ranked teams. BOLD/Buffalo Lake-Hector, No. 5 in Class AA, beat Litchfield for its only win. Team scores Little Falls 41, Litchfield 19 Pierz 42, BOLD/BLH 18 Little Falls 40, BOLD/BLH 25 Pierz 46, Litchfield 11 Pierz 33, Little Falls 25 BOLD/BLH 27, Litchfield 25 How area wrestlers fared Key: (Weight, name, won-loss, falls) BOLD/Buffalo Lake-Hector 103: Brett Jahnke 1-2 ... 112: Pat LeVasseur 3-0 (2) .... 119: Tom Brenner 0-3 ... 125: Ross Neubauer 2-1 (1) ...
Late results Saturday New Prague Invite Jackie Imdieke placed fourth on the vault and Wendy Toops was fourth on the beam for New London-Spicer, which placed second. Team scoring (1) New Prague 138.35 (2) New London-Spicer 131.2 (3) New Ulm 128.1 (4) Prior Lake 128 (5) Mankato West 120.4 (6) New Prague JV 116.25 (7) Stewartville 115.9 (8) Mankato East 109.25 ALL-AROUND - (1) Melanie Deutsch, NP, 36.55 ... (T-7) Alexa Score NLS, 32.05 (9) Wendy Toops, NLS, 32.0 VAULT - (1) Krista Windschitl, NU, 9.25 ...
(All events 7:30 p.m. unless noted) Boys Basketball WEST CENTRAL SOUTH BOLD vs.
Girls Basketball YME 46, ACGC 35 RCW 71, BL-Hector 63
WORTHINGTON -- Minnesota West compiled a 16-2 run in the first half to take control and went on to defeat Ridgewater College 93-67 in a Minnesota Community College men's basketball game Saturday. The Warriors were led by Wesley Kitt's 14 points. Travis Epema, Larry Player and Dante Bogard added 10 apiece. Player also had 13 rebounds. MN West 93, Ridgewater 67 Ridgewater (0-2, 5-9) 28 39 -- 67 MN West (1-0, 8-5) 43 50 -- 93 RIDGEWATER - 25-79 FG (7-27 pt); 8-13 FT; 34 rebounds; 21 fouls ...
LITCHFIELD -- A balanced scoring attack helped New London-Spicer edge Litchfield 53-48 in a non-conference game Saturday evening. Todd Herman led the Wildcats (9-1) with 14 points while Tim Dreier followed with 11 and Justin Haats 10. Peter Zender drained four 3-pointers to finish with a game-high 17 points for Litchfield (3-5). Nathan Nelson had the other three treys and finished with 13 points. NL-Spicer 53, Litchfield 48 NL-Spicer (9-1) 35 18 -- 53 Litchfield (3-5) 19 29 -- 48 NEW LONDON-SPICER - 14-49 FG (5-17 3 pt); 20-36 FT; 27 rebounds; 19 fouls ...
LITCHFIELD -- Brittany Euerle's putback with 10 seconds left lifted Litchfield to a 41-40 win over New London-Spicer in non-conference girls basketball action Saturday. The Wildcats (10-3) erased a six-point deficit with 90 seconds left and held a one-point lead. Litchfield (8-2) attempted a three-pointer and missed, but Euerle tapped the rebound to herself and made a 10-footer. Jamie Wollin paced the Dragons nine points. Euerle and Becky Smith added eight each. Renae Henjum and Jenn Wendlandt posted double-doubles for NLS.
GRANITE FALLS -- Canby won five individual titles to edge Yellow Medicine East for the team crown at the Dam Site Tournament Saturday. The Panthers recorded 166½ points, better than the Sting's 152½. Willmar finished fifth with 81 points. Austen Cole, at 103 pounds, and Matt Williams (119) won titles for YME. Drew Larson (135) and Trent Molacek (189) won their weight classes for the Cardinals.
MOORHEAD -- Willmar had to dig deep into its bench just to field a team for its non-conference clash with Moorhead Saturday. With five players all ready out with injuries, including two who received minor injuries in a car accident Friday, the Cardinals had only two regular starters against the Spuds in a 58-38 girls basketball loss. Sophomore guards Megan Brown and Briana Goldschmidt were involved in a minor accident on the way to the boys basketball game Friday and were not available to suit up. Moorhead took advantage, holding the Cardinals to 12 field goals and none from three-point ran