MONTEVIDEO -- The Hutchinson Tigers took early command and went on to post a 94-83 win in a boys dual meet in the Montevideo pool on Tuesday. David Nedrud won both the individual medley and the butterfly for the Thunder Hawks while Sam Hathaway took first in the 100 breaststroke. Hutchinson 94, Montevideo 83 200 MEDLEY RELAY - (1) Hutchinson: E. Plotz, A. Jensen, C. Jarman J.
Women's Basketball JUNIOR COLLEGE Ridgewater at Rochester, 6 p.m. Men's Basketball JUNIOR COLLEGE Ridgewater at Rochester, 8 p.m.
Boys Basketball Montevideo 75, Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City 52 New London-Spicer 52, Sauk Centre 36 Morris 68, Yellow Medicine East 61 Buffalo Lake-Hector 78, Holy Trinity, Winsted 61 Minnewaska 66, Albany 48 Lac qui Parle Valley 52, BOLD 44 Girls Basketball Marshall 63, Willmar 43 Montevideo 61, Redwood Valley 59 Hancock 76, Wheaton 57 MACCRAY 60, BOLD 33 Minnewaska 67, Paynesville 40 Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg 75, Lac qui Parle Valley 67 Delano 50, Litchfield 30 Boys Hockey Morris/Benson Area 9, Prairie Centre 2 Girls Hockey Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato
SAUK RAPIDS -- Benson was unable to hang on to a slim halftime lead and succumbed to Rockford 87-74 in the third-place game at the Sauk Rapids Invitational this past weekend. Benson (6-3), which played the tournament without starting post Jesse Holm to an infraction, led 41-39 at intermission. Rockford, behind Nick Haugen's 22 points, eventually pulled ahead late in the game. Daniel Fragodt had 24 points for the Braves.
The biggest concern before a hunt is always the possibility of a major injury. Party hunting -- a group of hunters walking through the woods toward people on stand -- is inherently dangerous. There is always the possibility of the blockers shooting toward and unseen driver and vice versa. We discuss safety issues and have a large amount of trust in each other. We try to keep track of where other hunters are and where they will be. This method of hunting has its risks, but knowing each other well and hunting the same way each year has prevented any major problems.
Weekly/monthly, etc. Willmar Rifle and Pistol Club -- Indoor range open to public Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:30-9 p.m. through April. Located in the basement of the Willmar City Auditorium. $1.50 per half-hour. Targets on sale. Rimfire rifles, rimfire or centerfire handguns only. No high-power/magnum loads. For more information, email email@example.com . Prairie Woods ELC The following activities are offered by Prairie Woods Environmental Learning Center. Register by calling PWELC, 354-5894 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org .
NEW LONDON -- The Willmar Cardinals fired up their reliable defense in the second half to over come a brave upset bid by Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg on Friday in the opening game of the Midwest Wireless/WildCard Tournament. The Fighting Saints took a 36-31 halftime lead, but Willmar held the upstarts to 18 second-half points to scrape out a 57-54 victory. A Saints shot from 22 feet to tie missed at the buzzer. "Coach (Brad) Atchison wasn't to happy with us at halftime," said Willmar senior guard Brin Hanson, who led Willmar with 18 points, six assists and five steals.
NEW LONDON -- Behind clutch shots from Renae Henjum -- who had 23 points -- and Jenn Wendlandt, New London-Spicer ended the game on a 13-0 run to rally past Watertown-Mayer 55-50 in the opening round of the Midwest Wireless/WildCard Classic Friday. The Wildcats (7-2) will meet Willmar (4-4) today at approximately 7:45 p.m. in the championship. Willmar edged Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg 57-54 in the tourney's opener. KMS and Watertown-Mayer will face off at 6 p.m.
The first Willmar Curling Club Arena Ice Bonspiel is slated for Jan. 6-7 at the Blue Line Center. Fourteen four-person teams are already signed up for the two-day event, which includes a buffet dinner on Saturday. Teams are coming from Fargo, N.D., Alexandria, Brainerd and St. Paul. Each will play a minimum of three games. The entry fee is $160 per team. For more information, call 320-235-1454.
WILLMAR -- The Willmar Cardinal took a 2-0 lead on goals by Mitch Schneider and Jordan Gauer and hung on to defeat Prairie Centre 2-1 Friday in the final game of the three day Willmar Boys Holiday Hockey Tournament. Willmar, Prairie Centre and River Lakes each ended the tournament 2-1.