WILLMAR — Host Community Christian School defeated St. Cloud Christian 60-28 Tuesday in a Christian Athletic League girls basketball game.

Three players scored in double figures for the Eagles. Sophia Bollig and Sage Mulder each had 16 points for CCS. Grace Lindgren contributed 15 points.

The Eagles led 38-10 at halftime. Nine players scored and 11 players got into the game for CCS.

St. Cloud Christian was led by Jaira Gardner, who had 17 points.

CCS is scheduled to play Cambridge Christian at 4:30 p.m. Thursday at the Cambridge Armed Forces Community Center.

Community Christian School's Sage Mulder gets a steal during the second half of Tuesday's Christian Athletic League game against St. Cloud Christian in Willmar. 

Joe Brown / West Central Tribune
Community Christian School's Sage Mulder gets a steal during the second half of Tuesday's Christian Athletic League game against St. Cloud Christian in Willmar. Joe Brown / West Central Tribune

CAL

CCS 60, SCC 28

SCC 10 18 — 28
CCS 38 22 — 60
ST. CLOUD CHRISTIAN - Scoring: Chloe Diwishek 2, Sophie Osmundson 7, Jaira Gardner 17, Kaitlyn Myra 2 … 3-point shots: none … Rebound leader: N/A … Assist leader: N/A … Steal leader: N/A ... Block leader: N/A
COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN - Scoring: Anneka Olsen 2, Sage Mulder 16, Kailey Hines 2, Grace Lindgren 15, Raegan O’Toole 2, Madison Elmhorst 2, Annabelle Johnson 4, Sophia Bollig 16, Gabbie Bollig 1 … 3-point shots: Mulder 1 … Rebound leader: Mulder 11, Bollig 9 … Assist leader: Mulder 3 … Steal leader: Lindgren 5 ... Block leader: Bollig 3

Central Lakes

Willmar 72,

SC Tech 37

In the final road game of the year, Willmar emerged from St. Cloud Tech victorious in Tuesday’s Central Lakes Conference match-up.

Trailing by 10 at the start of the game, Cardinals head coach Dustin Carlson credited his defense for getting Willmar back on the winning track.

“We turned up the defensive intensity going into the second half,” Carlson said. “We really moved the ball well on offense, especially in the second half.”

Mackenzie Jones led a quartet of Cardinals with 15 points, followed by Sam Christoffer and Ashley Prahl’s 13 each and Sadie Raitz’s 11 points.

The Tigers had 16 points from Genaya Murray.

Willmar hosts Sauk Rapids at 7:15 p.m. Thursday.

Willmar (14-10) 34 38 — 72
SC Tech (6-17) 23 14 — 37
WILLMAR - Scoring: Sam Christoffer 13, Mackenzie Jones 15, Sadie Raitz 11, Callie Slagter 9, Jaida Reiman 6, Ella Shinn 5, Ashley Prahl 13 … 3-point shots: Christoffer 3, Jones 4, Prahl 3 … Rebound leader: Jones 6 … Assist leader: Jones 3 … Steal leader: Christoffer 2 ... Block leader: None
ST. CLOUD TECH - Scoring: Genaya Murray 16, Rachael Kaczor 6, Mattie Vought 5, Hallie Christiansen 11 … 3-point shots: Murray 1, Vought 1, Christiansen 1 … Rebound leader: N/A … Assist leader: N/A … Steal leader: N/A ... Block leader: N/A

Wright County

NLS 67,

Rockford 40

New London-Spicer used a 44-18 halftime advantage to cruise to the Wright County Conference victory at Rockford.

Erin Knisley had 15 points, 14 rebounds and three blocked shots to lead the Wildcats, who also got 11 points and 13 rebounds from Ava Kraemer.

NLS plays at 7 p.m. Friday at Watertown-Mayer

NLS (21-1) 44 23 — 67
Rockford (15-7) 18 22 — 40
NEW LONDON-SPICER - Scoring: Jaden Coahran 10, Izzy Schmiesing 2, Mackenzie Rich 8, Emma Hanson 7, Payton Mages 5, Ellie Hanson 2, Grace DeSchepper 5, Ellary Peterson 2, Ava Kraemer 11, Erin Knisley 15 … 3-point shots: Coahran 2, Rich 2, Em. Hanson 1, Mages 1… Rebound leader: Knisley 14, Kraemer 13 … Assist leader: Rich 7, Coahran 4 … Steal leader: Rich 4, Mages 3 ... Block leader: Knisley 3
ROCKFORD - Scoring: Emma Sather 3, Sydney Manthana 7, Rylee Larson 3, Ava Cusciotta 8, Ellie Sather 2, Aliyah Robran 4, Hannah Stedman 2, Makayla Graunke 8, Jayden Lark 3 … 3-point shots: Manthana 1, Larson 1, Lark 1 … Rebound leader: N/A … Assist leader: N/A … Steal leader: N/A ... Block leader: N/A

Litchfield 52,

D-C 49

Litchfield snapped a four-game losing streak after a three-point home victory over Dassel-Cokato.

Neriah Lara led the Dragons with 13 points. Bailey Quern had a game-high 17 points for the Chargers.

Litchfield hosts Glencoe-Silver Lake at 6 p.m. Friday.

D-C (1-19) 27 22 — 49
Litchfield (8-15) 29 23 — 52
DASSEL-COKATO - Scoring: Camryn Patten 12, Kezia Lee 6, Bailey Quern 17, Lily Kraemer 5, Lora Mayfield 5, Jessica Schmidt 2, Addison Quern 2 … 3-point shots: Patten 1, Lee 1, B. Quern 3, Kraemer 1 … Rebound leader: xxx … Assist leader: xxx … Steal leader: xxx ... Block leader: xxx
LITCHFIELD - Scoring: Janessa Olson 8, Sydney McCann 9, Kamri Driver 5, Greta Hanson 2, Morgan Kaping 6, Lily Osterberg 7, Neriah Lara 13, Izzy Pennertz 2 … 3-point shots: Olson 2, Driver 1, Kaping 1, Ostenberg 2, Lara 2 … Rebound leader: N/A … Assist leader: N/A … Steal leader: N/A ... Block leader: N/A

West Central

Sauk Centre 64,

BOLD 54

Trailing by as much as 17 points at home to the top-ranked team in Class AA, BOLD cut Sauk Centre’s lead down to five with two minutes remaining, but could not get any closer.

Canning 10 of their 12 3-pointers in the first half, the Mainstreeters entered halftime up 35-26 before coming away with a 10-point win.

Helping the visitors improve their record 21-1, Julia Dammann had team-highs 16 points and four 3-pointers.

Brenna Weis scored a game-high 19 points for the Warriors. She chipped in three steals and three assists. With four makes from downtown, Ashley Trongard had 15 points and seven rebounds. Mari Ryberg added 10 points. Makayla Snow was held to seven points, but contributed 11 rebounds and five assists.

In its regular-season finale, BOLD hosts Morris/Chokio-Alberta at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday from Olivia.

Sauk Centre (21-1) 35 29 — 64
BOLD (17-8) 26 28 — 54
SAUK CENTRE - Scoring: Maddie Nelson 9, McKenna Westby 7, Megan Klaphake 6, Tori Peschel 10, Jackie Middendorg 3, Julia Dammann 16, Audrey Zenzen 2, Michael Dammann 11 … 3-point shots: J. Dammann 4, Nelson 3, Westby 2, Peschel 2, Middendorf 1 … Rebound leader: N/A … Assist leader: N/A … Steal leader: N/A ... Block leader: N/A
BOLD - Scoring: Mari Ryberg 10, Lanie Mages 2, Ashley Trongard 15, Makayla Snow 7, Brenna Weis 19, Leslie Snow 1 … 3-point shots: Trongard 4, Ryberg 2 … Rebound leader: M. Snow 11, Trongard 7 … Assist leader: M. Snow 5, Weis 3, Trongard 3 … Steal leader: Trongard 3, Weis 3 ... Block leader: none

Camden

CMCS 65,

RCW 45

Entering halftime with a 27-point advantage, Central Minnesota Christian cruised to a road victory over Renville County West.

Coco Duininck had game-highs with 32 points and 13 steals for the Jaguars. Elli Stoel added 15 points and eight rebounds.

Lauren Wulf put up 15 points for the Jaguars.

Both teams next play at 7:30 p.m. Friday. CMCS travels to face MACCRAY from Clara City.

RCW hosts Lac qui Parle Valley.

CMCS (18-5) 45 20 — 65
RCW (5-20) 18 27 — 45
CENTRAL MINNESOTA CHRISTIAN - Scoring: Reegan Duininck 2, Elli Stoel 15, Coco Duininck 32, Nyssa Vogel 9, Katelyn Bulthuis 5, Lilly Mellema 2 … 3-point shots: C. Duininck 5, Vogel 3, Bulthuis 1 … Rebound leader: Stoel 8 … Assist leader: Molly Mulder 5 … Steal leader: C. Duininck 13 ... Block leader: None
RENVILLE COUNTY WEST - Scoring: Rachel Jakel 2, Addyson Tanner 2, Lauren Wulf 15, Holly Bratsch 10, Vanessa Savig 6, Hannah Pharr 10 … 3-point shots: Bratsch 1 … Rebound leader: Pharr 7 … Assist leader: Bratsch 2, Savig 2 … Steal leader: Jakel 4 ... Block leader: Wulf 2, Pharr 2

KMS 57,

LQPV 43

Senior center Madison Rohner needed one point to reach 1,000 career points and got it on an offensive rebound and put-back about three minutes into the game.

It was one of the highlights in Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg’s Camden Conference victory over Lac qui Parle Valley in Kerkhoven.

Rohner becomes the ninth Fighting Saint to reach 1,000 points in girls basketball history, including before the merger of Kerkhoven, Murdock and Sunburg.

“She’s definitely put in the time to earn this,” KMS head coach Justin Johnson said. “She had an (ACL) injury before her sophomore year. But she wasn’t going to let that slow her down.

“She bounced back from that.”

Each team returns to the floor at 7:30 p.m. Friday. LQPV visits Renville County West. KMS hosts Dawson-Boyd.

LQPV (14-8) 23 20 — 43
KMS (9-12) 29 28 — 57
LAC QUI PARLE VALLEY - Scoring: Macie Lund 10, Addy Bonn 6, Alex Stitt 6, Taylor Shelstad 9, Camryn Lee 7, Sidney Gerdes 3, Kali Sulier 2 … 3-point shots: Lund 1, Shelstad 1 … Rebound leader: N/A … Assist leader: N/A … Steal leader: N/A ... Block leader: N/A
KERKHOVEN-MURDOCK-SUNBURG - Scoring: Morgan Lesteberg 4, maret Gjerde 11, Haylee Johnson 5, Josie Gjerde 2, Madison Rohner 14, Lauren Krieger 7, Hayley Demuth 14 … 3-point shots: M. Gjerde 3, Johnson 1, Demuth 2 … Rebound leader: Rohner 15 … Assist leader: M. Gjerde 5, J. Gjerde 5 … Steal leader: Johnson 5 ... Block leader: Rohner 5

MACCRAY 67,

Dawson-Boyd 41

Alison Koenen had 15 points and Gabby Randt followed up with 14 in MACCRAY’s Camden Conference win over Dawson-Boyd in Clara City.

Ella Bourne added 12 points in the Wolverines’ victory. Randt also ripped down 14 rebounds.

Avery Bartunek led the Blackjacks in points (15), rebounds (11) and assists (four).

MACCRAY hosts Benson at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Dawson-Boyd hits the road to face Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Dawson-Boyd (1-21) 19 22 — 41
MACCRAY (7-16) 38 29 — 67
DAWSON-BOYD - Scoring: Rachael Lund 2, Amelia Olson 9, Paige Conover 4, Lotte Molstre 6, Allison Estling 1, Laney Bartunek 4, Avery Bartunek 15 … 3-point shots: Olson 1, Molstre 2, A. Bartunek 1 … Rebound leader: A. Bartunek 11 … Assist leader: A. Bartunek 4 … Steal leader: Three with 2 ... Block leader: None
MACCRAY - Scoring: Morgan Blascziek 6, Ella Bourne 12, Kate Hultgren 8, Kaisa Jaenisch 5, Kylee Kimpling 2, Alison Koenen 15, Gabby Randt 14, Elsie Sumner 1, Sydney Thein 4 … 3-point shots: Blacziek 2, Bourne 2, Hultgren 1, Thein 1 … Rebound leader: Randt 14, Jaenisch 10 … Assist leader: Randt 9 … Steal leader: Bourne 3 ... Block leader: Kimpling 3

YME 53,

Lakeview 50

Madison Hinz with a half-court shot at the buzzer to win it for the Sting. Hinz finished with a team-best 17 points. Shelby Mortenson had 15 and Hannah Stark 12 for Yellow Medicine East in the victory at Cottonwood.

Aubrey Kaczmarek and Shelby Gravley each had 16 points for Lakeview.

YME (13-9) 32 21 — 53
Lakeview (17-7) 22 28 — 50
YELLOW MEDICINE EAST - Scoring: Lauren McCosh 7, Yansi Flores 2, Madison Hinz 17, Hannah Stark 12, Shelby Mortenson 15 … 3-point shots: McCosh 1, Hinz 4, Stark 2 … Rebound leader: Mortenson 16 … Assist leader: Flores 6 … Steal leader: Flores 3, Stark 3 ... Block leader: Mortenson 7
LAKEVIEW - Scoring: Kiana Imes 4, Aubrey Kaczmarek 16, Payton Timm 7, Kaitlynn Bot 7, Shelby Gravley 16 … 3-point shots: Kaczmarek 2, Timm 1 … Rebound leader: N/A … Assist leader: N/A … Steal leader: N/A ... Block leader: N/A

Tomahawk

BLHS 76,

NUC33

Sara Kottke poured in 24 points to lead four Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart players in double figures in the victory at Hector.

BLHS finishes its regular season against Cedar Mountain at 7:30 p.m. Thursday from Morgan.

BLHS (19-5) 54 22 — 76
NUC (2-20) 22 11 — 33
BUFFALO LAKE-HECTOR-STEWART - Scoring: Sara Kottke 24, Rachel Kottke 15, Allison Milbrandt 12, Maddy Wulkan 12, Kristi Kottke 5, Lily Dean 3, Emilie Hable 3, Tia Weispfennig 2 … 3-point shots: R. Kottke 3, Wulkan 2, Dean 1, K. Kottke 1, S. Kottke 1 … Rebound leader: S. Kottke 8, K. Kottke 8, Wulkan 7 … Assist leader: Dean 4 … Steal leader: K. Kottke 4 ... Block leader: None
NEW ULM CATHEDRAL - Scoring: Jenna Hotovec 17, Lily Franta 7, Emily Schommer 5, Livia Reinarts 2, Maddie Gilles 1 … 3-point shots: N/A … Rebound leader: N/A … Assist leader: N/A … Steal leader: N/A ... Block leader: N/A

Non-conference

Hancock 82,

Battle Lake 34

Carlee Hanson had 18 points, Tori Pahl 14, Rylee Hanson 13 and Misti Zempel 12 in the Owls’ victory over Battle Lake at Hancock.

Hancock plays its regular-season home finale at 7:30 p.m. against West Central Area

Battle Lake (7-15) 15 19 — 34
Hancock (17-6) 44 38 — 82
BATTLE LAKE - Scoring: Adysen Tysdal 8, Grace VanErp 7, Makenna Tysdal 6, Halie Johnson 4, Tessa Kortlever 4, Morgan Malone 3, Andrew Schmidt 2 … 3-point shots: N/A … Rebound leader: N/A … Assist leader: N/A … Steal leader: N/A ... Block leader: N/A
HANCOCK - Scoring: Carlee Hanson 18, Tori Pahl 14, Rylee Hanson 13, Misti Zempel 12, Morgan Kisgen 7, Kaitlyn Staples 6, Lindsey Mattson 4, Alexis Staples 4, Gabi Joos 2, Jordan Hausmann 2 … 3-point shots: Kisgen 2, A. Staples 1, C. Hanson 1 … Rebound leader: A. Staples 9, Pahl 8 … Assist leader: A. Staples 4 … Steal leader: C. Hanson 3 ... Block leader: None

Morris/CA 73,

Ortonville 28

Morris/Chokio Area used 34 steals to overwhelm Ortonville in a non-conference game in Morris.

Malory Anderson had 12 points and nine steals and Kylie Swanson had two points and eight steals for Morris/CA.

Emma Bowman had 17 points and three steals and Meredith Carrington had 15 points, six rebounds, three assists and five steals for the Tigers.

Morris/CA visits Minnewaska at 3 p.m. Saturday from Glenwood.

Ortonville (0-20) 18 10 — 28
Morris/CA (14-8) 44 29 — 73
ORTONVILLE - Scoring: Emily Ross 18, Taylor Ross 2, Paige Seidell 4, Kendall Gronholz 2, Meg Moberg 2 … 3-point shots: E. Ross 6 … Rebound leader: N/A … Assist leader: N/A … Steal leader: N/A ... Block leader: N/A
MORRIS/CHOKIO-ALBERTA - Scoring: Meredith Carrington 15, Emma Bowman 17, Makenna Kehoe 6, LaRae Kram 9, Sydney Dietz 4, Kylie Swanson 2, Malory Anderson 12, Kendra Wevley 8 … 3-point shots: Carrington 2, Bowman 1, Kehoe 2 … Rebound leaders: Carrington 6, Anderson 5 … Assist leaders: Carrington 3, Anderson 3 … Steal leaders: Anderson 9, Swanson 8, Carrington 5, Dietz 4, Bowman 3 ... Block leader: none.

Montevideo 68,

Redwood Valley 52

Montevideo used balanced scoring to knock off Redwood Valley on Senior Night at Montevideo.

Four Thunder Hawks scored in double figures. Tenley Epema, Greta Rongstad and Keely Foley all had 15 points and Avery Koenen added 12 for Montevideo.

Jasmine Kronback and Kaylee Pauling, Montevideo’s two seniors, were honored.

In its last home game of the regular season, Montevideo plays at 7:30 p.m. Friday against Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City.

Redwood Valley (8-16) 24 28 — 52
Montevideo (5-16) 40 28 — 68
REDWOOD VALLEY - Scoring: Aubree Hicks 14, Haley Garman 13, A.J. Guggisberg 12, Hannah Schjenken 9, Payden Beran 2, Kate Ahrens 2 … 3-point shots: Guggisberg 4, Schjenken 3, Hicks 2 … Rebound leader: N/A… Assist leader: N/A … Steal leader: N/A ... Block leader: N/A
MONTEVIDEO - Scoring: Tenley Epema 15, Greta Rongstad 15, Keely Foley 15, Avery Koenen 12, Jasmine Kronback 7, Kaylee Pauling 2, Rose O’Malley 2 … 3-point shots: Epema 3, Rongstad 3, Koenen 1 … Rebound leader: N/A … Assist leader: N/A … Steal leader: N/A ... Block leader: N/A

Benson 64, Osakis 58

Kaitlyn Berreau had 21 points and Claire Ricard added 20 as Benson earned the non-conference victory at Osakis.

Benson 29 35 — 64
Osakis 31 27 — 58
BENSON - Scoring: Kaitlyn Berreau 21, Abbie Mitteness 5, Claire Ricard 20, Hannah Andrews 4, Abby Lundebrek 10, Marissa Connelly 4 … 3-point shots: Berreau 3, Ricard 1, Lundebrek 1 … Rebound leader: Ricard 7, Andrews 7 … Assist leader: Mitteness 7 … Steal leader: Andrews 2 ... Block leader: Ricard 2
OSAKIS - Scoring: Mara VanNyhuis 14, Alexis Johanson 16, Hayleigh Niehoff 2, Grace Oletjen 2, Madisen Johanson 19, Haylee Jem 3, Abigail Randall 2 … 3-point shots: VanNyhuis 2, A. Johanson 2, Jem 1 … Rebound leader: N/A … Assist leader: N/A … Steal leader: N/A ... Block leader: N/A