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Boys Basketball: Amundson’s hot second half helps Tigers defeat NLS

NEW LONDON -- Sean Amundson scored 16 of his 21 points in the second half to help Morris/Chokio-Alberta pull away in a 61-53 victory over New London-Spicer on Thursday.MCA's Eric Staebler led the Tigers with 23 points and 13 rebounds.NLS' Derrick...

NEW LONDON - Sean Amundson scored 16 of his 21 points in the second half to help Morris/Chokio-Alberta pull away in a 61-53 victory over New London-Spicer on Thursday.
MCA’s Eric Staebler led the Tigers with 23 points and 13 rebounds.
NLS’ Derrick Laudenbach had eight points, 13 rebounds and three assists, and Brandon Adelman led the Wildcats with 12 points.
Jaden Hanson had nine points and Jackson Ness finished with eight.
NLS plays Minnewaska at 4:30 p.m. Saturday at Southwest Minnesota State.
Morris/CA 61, NLS 5
Morris/CA (2-1) 25 36 - 61
NLS (0-3) 28 25 - 53
Morris/Chokio-Alberta
Scoring: Eric Staebler 23, Denner Dougherty 2, Lukus Manska 8, Jacob Zosel 2, Philip Anderson 4, Robert Rohloff 1, Sean Amundson 21 … 3-point shots: Amundson 1, Manska 2 … Rebound leader: Staebler 12 … Assist leaders: Amundson 2, Zosel 2 … Steal leader: Rohloff 2
New London-Spicer
Scoring: Jacob Klavetter 7, Brandon Adelman 12, James Magnuson 1, Mitchell Halvorson 3, Cody King 5, Derrick Laudenbach 8, Jackson Ness 8, Jaden Hanson 9 … 3-point shots: Klavetter 1, Adelman 2, Halvorson 1, Ness 2, Hanson 1 … Rebound leader: Laudenbach 13, King 5 … Assist leader: Laudenbach 3 … Steal leader: Halvorson 3
Rocori 63, Litchfield 36
Rocori had four players score in double figures in a non-conference win over the Dragons on Thursday in Cold Spring.
Litchfield’s Jon Madsen had eight points and six rebounds, and Andrew Fisher finished with six points.
The Dragons play another non-conference game at Minnewaska at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Litchfield (0-2) 22 14 - 36
Rocori (3-1) 38 25 - 63
Litchfield
Scoring: Noah Kreger 5, Brandon Nelson 5, Peyton Aller 3, Luke Schultz 3, Jon Madsen 8, Andrew Fisher 6, Jack Osterberg 2, Carter Wattenhofer 4 … 3-point shots: Kreger 1, Nelson 1, Aller 1, Schultz 1 … Rebound leaders: Madsen 6 … Assist leader: None … Steal leader: Nelson 2
Rocori
Scoring: Jon Olson 13, Connor Schoborg 10, Ryan Hennen 2, Will Matuska 5, William Huls 10, Austin Oberman 9, Derek Thompson 12, Hunter Larson 2 … 3-point shots: Olson 3, Matuska 1, Huls 2, Thompson 1 … Rebound leader: Thompson 4, Schoborg 4 … Assist leader: Schoborg 5 … Steal leader: Hennen 3
GFW 59, BOLD 49
Thomas Meyers scored 11 points, Brad Wolff 10 and Ryan Snow and Logan Dahlk eight apiece for BOLD on Thursday.
Wolff and Dahlk both hooked seven rebounds, and Ethan Weis supplied the Warriors with five points, three assists and three steals.
BOLD (0-2) is at Minnewaska today.
GFW (2-1) 29 30 - 59
BOLD (0-2) 27 22 - 49
Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop
Scoring: Zach Weber 4, Nolan Huiras 14, Setg Schuette 18, Gustavo Munoz 8, Kyle Huiras 6, Matt Henderson 1, Jacob Unger 8 … 3-point shots: N. Huiras 2, Schuette 1
BOLD
Scoring: Ethan Weis 5, Breckan Ebnet 2, Thomas Meyers 11, Ryan Snow 8, Mason Mages 5, Brad Wolff 10, Logan Dahlk 8 … 3-point shots: Weis 1, Meyers 1, Mages 1 … Rebound leader: Dahlk 7, Wolff 7 … Assist leader: Weis 3 … Steal leader: Weis 3
Camden
LQPV 56, DAWSON-BOYD 55
Lac qui Parle Valley outlasted Camden Conference rival Dawson-Boyd down the stretch and won on Thursday in Madison.
The Eagles won their first game of the season after opening with two losses. The Blackjacks fell to 2-1.
Lucas Strand led the Eagles with a team-high 21 points, and Noah Jensen had eight points and 13 rebounds.
The Eagles held the lead the last six minutes of the game but D-B never trailed by more than four points.
The Blackjacks’ Eli Weber hit a 3-pointer in the final seconds to cut the lead to one but the Eagles inbounded and ran out the clock.
LQPV’s Connor Oie had 11 points and six assists.
D-B’s Jess Hansen scored a game-high 22 points.
Dawson-Boyd (2-1) 23 22 - 55
Lac qui Parle Valley (1-2) 23 33 - 56
Dawson-Boyd
Scoring: Eli Weber 9, Jess Hansen 22, Braxton Thompson 3, Keaton Schuelke 5, Braden Thompson 8, Dalton Kostad 8 … 3-point shots: Hansen 5, Braden Thompson 2, Weber 1, Braxton Thompson 1, Schuelke 1 … Rebound leader: NA … Assist leader: NA … Steal leader: NA
Lac qui Parle Valley
Scoring: Connor Oie 11, Tom Witte 7, Isaac Gerdes 4, Ross Olson 5, Lucas Strand 21, Noah Jenson 8 … 3-point shots: NA … Rebound leader: Jenson 13 … Assist leader: Oie 6 … Steal leader: Strand 3
CMCS 56, KMS 34
Matthew Van Eps led a balance attack with 14 points and Taylor Slagter scored 13 points in Central Minnesota Christian School’s Camden Conference win over the Saints on Thursday in Kerkhoven.
The Bluejays’ Levi Post had seven points and eight rebounds.
KMS’ Brandon Rasmusson, Westin Gjerde and Tanner Rohner all finished with seven points.
CMCS (3-0) 36 20 - 56
KMS (0-3) 11 23 - 34
CMCS
Scoring: Matthew Van Eps 14, Noah Wubben 4, Ethan Brouwer 3, Tanner Stoel 6, Kishaun Henry 1, Taylor Slagter 13, Austin Marcus 3, Lucas Schwitters 4, Levi Post 7 … 3-point shots: Brouwer 1 … Rebound leader: Post 8, Marcus 5 … Assist leader: Stoel 2, Slagter 2, Schwitters 2 … Steal leader: Schwitters 3
KMS
Scoring: Brandon Rasmusson 7, Westin Gjerde 7, Tanner Rohner 7, Josh Peterson 5, Ian Caldwell 3, Vince Tillman 3, Preston Mahlum 2 … 3-point shots: Peterson 1, Rohner 1, Tillman 1, Rasmusson 1 … Rebound leader: Tillman 8 … Assist leader: Gjerde 3 … Steal leader: Gjerde 2, Rohner 2
Canby 76, YME 48
Yellow Medicine East got rolling in the second half but had too much ground to make up after falling behind 41-15 in the first half of a Camden Conference game on Thursday in Granite Falls.
Adam Durfee scored 18 points, leading four Canby players in double figures.
YME’s Nick Peterson scored 18 points and Will Jeseritx had 11 points and nine rebounds. Noah Christensen had eight points and five boards.
The Sting play at Minneota at 7:30 p.m. Monday.
Canby (1-0, 3-0) 41 35 - 76
YME (0-2, 0-4) 15 33 - 48
Canby
Scoring: Jordan Kack 5, Matt Slaba 13, Sawyer Hansen 12, Matt Sisk 5, Adam Durfee 18, Landon Anderson 4, Mavrick Maynard 10, Will Schmitz 6 … 3-point shots: Kack 1, Hansen 2, Maynard 1 … Rebound leader: Sisk 5, Durfee 7, Schmitz 6 … Assist leader: Sisk 3 … Steal leader: Slaba 4, Durfee 3, Sisk 2
Yellow Medicine East
Scoring: Nick Peterson 18, Tommy Lindstrom 4, Will Jeseritz 11, Garrett Schmitz 2, Blake Helgeson 3, Noah Christensen 8, Logan Thorstad 2 … 3-point shots: Peterson 3, Helgeson 1 … Rebound leader: Jeseritz 9, Lindstrom 5, Christensen 5 … Assist leader: Jeseritz 3, Peterson 2 … Steal leader: Jesertiz 3, Lindstrom 2
MACCRAY 57, RCW 46
MACCRAY heated up offensively in the second half and overcame an eight-point halftime deficit against Renville County West on Thursday in Renville.
MACCRAY’s Connor Cronen scored 20 points and Tyler Plowman finished with 17. Chase Christianson had eight points and six rebounds.
RCW’s Adam Terhaar had 19 points and seven rebounds, and Brady Holwerda finished with nine points and eight rebounds.
MACCRAY (3-0) 16 41 - 57
RCW (1-3) 24 22 - 46
MACCRAY
Scoring: Ben Burner 2, Colton Swart 1, Conner Cronen 20, Brady Madsen 3, Jackson Grussing 4, Tyler Plowman 17, Chase Christianson 8, Dylan Dirksen 2 … 3-point shots: Cronen 1, Plowman 2 … Rebound leader: Christianson 6, Plowman 5, Dirksen 5 … Assist leader: Madsen 6, Plowman 3 … Steal leader: Grussing 4
Renville County West
Scoring: Reese Marks 8, Colin Thompson 4, Jon Kronlokken 2, Brady Holwerda 9, Brody Elfring 2, Adam Terhaar 19, Justin Schrupp 2 … 3-point shots: Holwerda 1 … Rebound leader: Holwerda 8, Terhaar 7 … Assist leader: Thompson 1, Kronlokken 1, Howlerda 1, … Steal leader: Thompson 3, Holwerda 2

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