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Late Tuesday result Non-Conference Redwood Valley 71, Montevideo 62 Montevideo (3-6)....................26 36 -- 62 Redwood Valley (3-4).............31 40 -- 71 MONTEVIDEO - 21-59 FG (3-13 3 pt); 17-23 FT; 24 rebounds; 19 fouls ... Scoring: Kara Nelson 19, Rikka Boike 19, Brook Moseng 17, Daniela Jensen 2, Hanna Wenaas 2, Jessi Roggatz 2, Taylor Skoglund 1 ... 3-point shots: not available ... Rebound leaders: Nelson 5, Boike 4, Moseng 4 ... Steal leader: Jensen 3 REDWOOD VALLEY - 28-59 FG (6-16 3 pt); 9-19 FT; 42 rebounds; 19 fouls ...
Late Tuesday results RCW Triangular Yellow Medicine East posted two more shutouts, 72-0 over Renville County West and 71-0 over Redwood Valley. It's the third and fourth times this season the Sting has not allowed their opponent to score.
(All events 7:30 p.m. unless noted) Boys Basketball WEST CENTRAL SOUTH Lac qui Parle Valley vs. Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City at Grove City Benson vs. BOLD at Bird Island Montevideo at Morris Area WEST CENTRAL NORTH Minnewaska Area at New London-Spicer Paynesville at St. Cloud Cathedral CAMDEN NORTH Lakeview vs. Renville County West at Renville PHEASANT Hancock at Clinton-Graceville/Beardsley NON-CONFERENCE Dawson-Boyd vs. Yellow Medicine East at Granite Falls Girls Basketball CENTRAL LAKES St. Cloud Apollo at Willmar Fergus Falls at St.
Men's Basketball Rochester 81, Ridgewater 68 Women's Basketball Ridgewater 76, Rochester 57 College Wrestling Labette (Kan.) 26, Ridgewater 6
MELROSE -- The Willmar Cardinals fell to the ever-strong Melrose Dutchmen 137.0-119.75 Tuesday in a non-conference gymnastics dual. The Cardinals scored well in vault (33.45) and floor (33.0) but struggled on bars (30.05) and especially beam (23.25). Caitlin Cooreman won vault (9.15) for Willmar, beating the Dutchmen's Dana Dierkhising who was third in Class A last season. Willmar's Bethany Pollock (31.35) and Brooke Barrett (29.75) placed third and fourth all-around. Dierkhising took first in three event for a 36.5 total.
BENSON -- Morris/Benson Area netted the last three goals of the game to rally for a 4-2 victory over Prairie Center in a boys hockey game Tuesday night. Prairie Centre (6-7) owned a 2-1 lead 21:17 into the game before MBA (9-1) began its surge, scoring once in the second period and twice more in the third. The Storm got their goals from four different players, Tony Schultz and Mack Grunig in the second period and Kevin Moses and Jake Erickson in the game's final 17 minutes.
FERGUS FALLS -- A 20-2 scoring burst in the first half sent the Willmar Cardinals on their way to a 75-51 victory over Fergus Falls in Central Lakes boys basketball on Tuesday. Kyle Townswick led Willmar with 15 points. The junior guard hit four treys before coming out of the game with nine minutes left in the game and the win well in hand. Tyler Horning and Cory Hanson followed with 11 points each. Perhaps trying to erase the taste of their last outing, Willmar scored 38 points in the first half to lead by 14.
MARSHALL -- Marshall showed why its ranked No. 1 in Class AAA Tuesday, downing Willmar 61-43 in non-conference girls basketball action. The Tigers, didn't press the Cardinals and didn't really push the ball hard up the court. What they did do was pass the ball quickly and efficiently, allowing guard Macie Michelson to penetrate the lane and find space for a shot or an open teammate for a three-pointer.
BENSON -- Nikki Linn scored seven of her 10 points in overtime to lead Benson to a 62-57 non-conference win over Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa Tuesday. Linn sank a three-pointer and made 4-for-4 free throws as the Braves (5-4) out-scored the Jaguars 12-7 in the extra session. The game went back and forth all night, with the teams playing to a 27-27 tie at halftime. Brittany Holm came up big in the middle for Benson, scoring 23 points and grabbing 14 rebounds. Emily Jensen added 12 points and six steals.
FERGUS FALLS -- Hannah Anderson had a hat trick and Erika Magnusson and Cristina Masten scored twice each, giving Fergus Falls an 8-3 win over Willmar in a Central Lakes Conference game Tuesday night. Willmar was outshot in the game, 50-15. "We just can't get our offense going right now," said Willmar coach Ross Dahl. "We'll just take it one game a time and hope we continue to improve." Willmar fell to 1-13, while Fergus Falls improved to 7-7. "They were a step quicker than us to the puck," assessed Dahl. Ashley Huttson's unassisted goal tied the game 1-1 in the first period.