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WILLMAR -- Aaron Larson, Lucas Matthys and Meghan Reineke of Kandi Bowl advanced to the Minnesota Singles Youth Bowling Tournament after recently competing in the Mid Central District qualification in Arlington. Larson bowled a series of 722 to win the 66-85 division and Matthys had a series of 724 to win the 106-125 division. Reineke had a 747 to place second in the 126-145 division. The state finals are Jan.
Result Saturday Non-Conference MBA 3, Red Lake Falls 0 The Storm (6-0) remained unbeaten as Tony Schultz got an assist on all three Benson/Morris Area goals -- one by Josh Griffith and two by Jay Andrews. Morris/Benson (6-0) 1 1 1 -- 3 Red Lake Falls (1-4) 0 0 0 -- 0 FIRST PERIOD - MBA: Josh Griffith (Jay Andrews, Tony Schultz) 6:37 SECOND PERIOD - MBA: Andrews (Tony Schultz) 4:04, pp THIRD PERIOD - MBA: Andrews (Schultz) 6:29 Goalie saves - Morris/Benson: Mitch Grunig 5-7-9-21; Red Lake Falls: name not available 4-17-6-27 Late result Friday Non-Conference Morris/Benson 9, B
Late result Friday Southwest Pipestone 74, Redwood Valley 35 Redwood Valley (0-1, 1-3) 9 26 -- 35 Pipestone (2-0, 6-0) 30 44 -- 74 REDWOOD VALLEY - 11-43 FG (3-15 3 pt); 10-17 FT; 27 rebounds; 14 fouls ... Scoring: Jordan Olerud 9, Katie Smith 9, Christal Greenslit 7, Jessica Henning 4, Amy Kuehn 4, Grace Angermeyr 2 ... 3-point shots: Greenslit 1, Olerud 1, Smith 1 ... Rebound leaders: Olerud 7, Greenslit 5 ... Assist leader: Greenslit 4 ... Steal leader: Henning 4 PIPESTONE - 30-61 FG (2-7 3 pt); 12-21 FT
Results Saturday Otter Tail Invite Jon Tatro at 125 pounds, Trevor Larson at 160 and Alan Lutterman at 215 each won their three matches for Minnewaska. Lutterman had falls in every match. Team scores Minnewaska 75, Hawley 6 Minnewaska 57, Otter Tail Central 18 (Championship) Frazee 49, Minnewaska 18 How area wrestlers fared Key: (Weight, name, won-loss, falls) Minnewaska Area 103: Andy Goracke 2-1 (2) ... 112: Cam Schafer 3-0 (3) .... 119: William Netwal 1-2 (1) ... 125: Jon Tatro 3-0 (1) ... 130: David Bond 1-1 ... 135: Dan Braaten 2-1 (2) ... 140: Collin Jergenson 2-1 (2) ...
(All events 7:30 p.m. unless noted) Boys Basketball CENTRAL LAKES Brainerd at Willmar Little Falls at Sartell Alexandria at Sauk Rapids St. Cloud Tech at St. Cloud Apollo Fergus Falls at Rocori WEST CENTRAL SOUTH Yellow Medicine East vs. Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City at Grove City Benson at Morris Montevideo vs. BOLD at Bird Island WEST CENTRAL NORTH Minnewaska at St. Cloud Cathedral Paynesville at New London-Spicer CENTRAL MINNESOTA Eden Valley-Watkins vs.
Boys Basketball SESM 48, BL-Hector 43
BRAINERD - The Central Lakes College Raiders smeared Ridgewater for the second time 91-73 on Saturday in a fast-paced Minnesota Community College Conference game. Gunther Zajic with 19 points was the leader this time for Central Lakes. The 6-foot guard from Little Falls had just two points on Nov. 19 when the Raiders won 80-53 in Willmar. In both games, the Raiders shot over 50 percent. Dante Bogard sank five of Ridgewater's 10 three-pointers to finish with 18 points. Wesley Kitt also had 18 points and center Larry Player added 17 points and eight rebounds.
BRAINERD - The Ridgewater Lady Warriors beat Central Lakes College of Brainerd 55-38 Saturday to end their pre-conference schedule 9-3 and on a seven-game winning streak. Ridgewater beat the Raiders for the second time this season despite making only 12-of-28 free throws. Offensive production was distributed among 10 players scoring from two to 12 points each. Jamie Munson led with 12 points. Terra Billiet nabbed 11 of Ridgewater's 44 rebounds.
WILLMAR - Senior center Tyler Wahl notched a hat trick and the Willmar Cardinals exploded for five goals in the third period to rout Wadena-Deer Creek 7-3 on Saturday evening in a match-up of Section 4A rivals. Wahl scored twice in the first period, playing on a new line with Danny Swanson, who had a goal and an assist, and Jordan Gauer. He got his third goal unassisted at 9:42 of the third period. Andy Boersma, Eric Bangen and Joel Schendel also scored for Willmar (1-3), which had scored only five goals in three losses to start the season. Wadena-Deer Creek (4-2) scored all its goals on p
WILLMAR - Willmar took the early lead but paid the price for nine penalties as Morris/Benson Area roared back to pick up a 3-1 win Saturday afternoon in a non-conference girls hockey game. Quick-bladed senior Brittany Sharstrom scored twice for the Storm and assisted on Emily Rajewsky's clincher at 15:59 of the third.