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Non-Conference MBA 3, Luverne 2 Brittany Sharstrom netted two goals for Morris/Benson Area (1-2), including the eventual game-winner late in the second period. Sarah Kolden scored the Storm's second goal and goalie Hannah Horecka made 13 saves for MBA. Morris/Benson Area (1-2)....1 2 0 -- 3 Luverne (0-7)........................1 0 1 -- 2 FIRST PERIOD - Luv: Paige Olson (Mikki Fitzer) 3:19 ... MBA: Brittany Sharstrom (Kristi Mahoney) 5:20 SECOND PERIOD - MBA: Sarah Kolden (unassisted) 11:19 ...
BBE Triangular BBE 50, Ogilvie 27 Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa extended its 12-9 lead by winning six straight matches starting at 130 pounds.
Late result Thursday Non-Conference Shakopee 13, Litchfield/Dassel-Cok. 3 Shakopee (4-0) led 9-0 before Jonathan Barrick scored for Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato (0-5) with 5:27 left in the second period. Mike Dvorak and Alex Euerle also scored for the Dragons. Litchfield/DC (0-5)............0 2 1 -- 3 Shakopee (4-0).................5 6 2 -- 13 FIRST PERIOD - Shak: Chris Huth (Spencer Lindholm, Casey Odland) 1:23 ... Shak: Jake Weinzierl (Calvin Simon) 9:23 ... Shak: Simon (Jason Rein, Weinzierl) 11:44 ... Shak: Rein (Weinzierl, Simon) 13:06 ...
SARTELL -- Caitlin Cooreman finished second all-around, but the Willmar Cardinals fell to Sartell 129.575-112.10 in Central Lakes Conference gymnastics Thursday. Cooreman was first and Bethany Pollock second on vault. Willmar sophomore all-around Brooke Feich-tinger is not expected to return this season after suffering a knee injury on vault in the opening meet. Sartell 129.575, Willmar 112.1 ALL-AROUND - (1) Kristine Oman, Sar, 33.15 (2) Caitlin Cooreman, Sar, 30.8 (3) Nicole Nierenhausen, Sar, 30.4 (4) Bethany Pollock 3.025 (4) Brooke Barrett, Wil, 27.25 VAULT - (1) Cooreman 9.15 (2)
WILLMAR -- Jamestown College won four of the first six matches before going on to post a 32-12 win Friday over previously unbeaten Ridgewater. Jamestown College, a four-year school in North Dakota, used three falls and a decision to take an early 20-9 lead. Brian Wood earned a 6-2 decision at 133 pounds and Chad Listul notched at pin in 3:22 at 141 to put Ridgewater (3-1) ahead 9-3 after the Jimmies (3-1) won the opening match at 125. The Warriors also got a 7-3 decision at 174 from Cody Pahan.
The annual Willmar Cardinal wrestling invitational begins at 4 p.m. today with Minnewaska Area seeking a third straight crown against the same eight teams as a year ago. The Lakers return two champions from a year ago in Colin Cihlar (145 pounds) and Alan Lutterman (215). Also back is 103-pound champion and state runner-up Kevin Steinhaus of KMS. Willmar, the 2004 runner-up, graduated its three champions. Also competing are Renville County West, Benson, Yellow Medicine East, Sauk Centre and Eden Valley-Watkins.
OLIVIA -- BOLD shot only 32 percent from the field, but the Warriors outrebounded Montevideo 38-21 to earn a 58-50 win in the West Central South Conference Thursday. The Warriors (1-1, 1-2) led 27-19 at halftime before the teams played an even second half. Melissa Benson scored 12 points and Megan Novotny amassed a double-double of 11 points and 10 rebounds to pace the Warriors. Alison Agre netted nine points and added three assists and two steals while Leah Miller grabbed nine rebounds. Danielle Jensen led a balanced attack for the Thunder Hawks (1-1, 1-2) with 10 points.
CLARA CITY -- Jason Fernholz poured in 26 points and snagged 10 rebounds to lead the KMS Fighting Saints to a 68-60 victory over MACCRAY in Camden North boys basketball Thursday. Fernholz, who also made six assists, was backed by Sam Kavanagh with 10 points and five blocked shots, Jared Johnson with 12 points and six rebounds and Justin Johnson with nine points. The Saints led 42-25 at half, but the Wolverines, playing a strong second half, fought back to tie the score at 57-all with six minutes left.
WILLMAR -- River Lakes showed they met business scoring 16 seconds into the game and again just a minute later to ignite a 7-0 victory over the Willmar Cardinals in girls Central Lakes Conference hockey on Thursday night. Allie Stalboerger had a hat trick and Kenzie Novak a pair of goals and two assists to lead the Stars, who went to 3-1-1 in the CLC. "They're fast and move the puck well," said Willmar coach Ross Dahl. "They're very skilled.
MONTEVIDEO -- Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City won the opening eight matches, building a 40-0 lead en route to a 53-9 West Central South Conference rout Thursday night. Jeremy Anderson started things off for the Falcons with a pin at 103 pounds. Ben Meyer at 112, Matt Pearson at 130, A.J. Frederiksen at 145 and Josh Lies at heavyweight also posted pins for ACGC (1-0). The Falcons also received one forfeit and also got major decisions from John Hoeper at 125 and Nic Leither at 171.