Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City travels to Morris/Chokio-Alberta tonight in a key West Central South girls basketball game at Morris. The Falcons (7-4) and Tigers (5-5) are both 4-1 in the league and trail Lac qui Parle Valley (4-0, 8-5), which hosts BOLD. The winner could either sit in second place alone or tie the Eagles for the top spot halfway through the conference schedule. The game will start at approximately 7:30 p.m.
Various internet reports Monday night placed Denver Broncos tight ends coach Tim Brewster in the University of Minnesota head football coaching job. Both ESPN.com and the Chicago Tribune web site reported Brewster was hired to take over for the fired Glen Mason. But the news was quickly refuted by the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, which on its web site quoted three University of Minnesota sources, including athletic director Joel Maturi, denying the report.
The Minnesota Twins' 2007 Winter Caravan will not stop in Litchfield as reported when the list was first released in mid-December. The Caravan will instead stop in Dassel Thursday, Jan. 25 after going to Morris and Glenwood earlier in the day and before its evening run into Willmar.
KERKHOVEN -- After taking a pounding from Minneota last week, Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg did some cleaning up of its own, beating Lincoln HI/Lake Benson 76-63 in Camden Conference boys basketball action Monday. The Fighting Saints (4-3, 7-4) collected 41 rebounds and Sam Kavanagh dominated the game, scoring 26 points and pulling down 21 rebounds. "They didn't have any one who could match up with Sam," said KMS coach Ryan Luft of the 6-foot-5 senior center, who was also 12-of-20 from the field. Taylor Freetly added 13 points, Cole Berget 12 and Justin Johnson 10 for KMS. KMS 76, Lincoln HI/L
MADISON -- Lac qui Parle Valley improved to 4-0 in the West Central South conference girls basketball race with a 63-43 win over Yellow Medicine East Monday. The Eagles (8-5), who will host BOLD tonight, stymied the Sting defense in the first half, allowing just 14 points. Kayla Rheingans posted a double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds to pace LQPV.
Late results Saturday Kimball Duals Tanner Aus at 125 pounds, Casey Field at 130/135, Phil Johnson at 160 and Sam Isfeld at 215/275 all went 3-0 for Yellow Medicine East, which placed first after winning all three of its matches and didn't allow opponents more than 23 points. Isfeld recorded two pins. Team scores Yellow Medicine East 57, Kimball 10 Yellow Medicine East 32, St. James 23 YME 45, Eden Valley-Watkins 19 How area wrestlers fared Key: (Weight, name, won-loss, falls) Yellow Medicine East 103: Logan Johnson 1-1 ... 112: Austen Cole 2-1 .... 119: Jordan Hegna 2-1 ...
Willmar Youth Sports will generally run on Tuesday's throughout the year. Results must be submitted by e-mail or fax by 10 p.m. Sunday night to be included in that week's report. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 320-235-6769. Team photos are accepted only if a team wins a tournament and only with prior approval first. For questions, call Scott Thoma at 320-214-4332. Girls Hockey 12-and-Under WILLMAR 7, RIVER LAKES 1 Jan.
Boys Basketball CENTRAL LAKES Willmar at Rocori, 7:30 p.m. Little Falls at St. Cloud Tech Sartell at Alexandria Sauk Rapids at Brainerd St. Cloud Apollo at Fergus Falls WEST CENTRAL SOUTH Benson at Minnewaska, 7:30 p.m. WEST CENTRAL NORTH Paynesville at St. Cloud Cathedral, 7:30 p.m. CAMDEN NORTH Minneota vs. Central Minnesota Christian at Prinsburg, 7:30 p.m. Canby at Dawson-Boyd, 7:30 p.m. Tracy-Milroy-Balaton vs. MACCRAY at Clara City, 7:30 p.m. Russell-Tyler-Ruthton vs.
Boys Basketball KMS 76, Lincoln HI/Lake Benton 63 Lakeview 62, RCW 44 BOLD 66, BLH 48 ACGC 106, ECHO Charter 26 Girls Basketball LQPV 63, YME 43
The Willmar danceline team took second in the Class AA division of the New London-Spicer Invitational Saturday. The Cardettes finished behind Marshall. Hutchinson was third and Litchfield fourth. The Willmar junior varsity finished first.