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Boys Basketball: BOLD won't slow its roll

BIRD ISLAND -- Even against a state team from a year ago, BOLD didn't meet much resistance on Tuesday. Building a 33-12 halftime lead over the visiting Lakers, the fourth-ranked (Class A) Warriors ran away with a 60-30 West Central Conference vic...

BOLD's Gavin Vosika (right) launches a 3-pointer over Minnewaska's Peyton Johnsrud during the first half of Tuesday's West Central Conference game in Bird Island. Vosika hit six 3s in the Warriors' 60-30 victory. Joe Brown / Tribune
BOLD's Gavin Vosika (right) launches a 3-pointer over Minnewaska's Peyton Johnsrud during the first half of Tuesday's West Central Conference game in Bird Island. Vosika hit six 3s in the Warriors' 60-30 victory. Joe Brown / Tribune

BIRD ISLAND - Even against a state team from a year ago, BOLD didn't meet much resistance on Tuesday.

Building a 33-12 halftime lead over the visiting Lakers, the fourth-ranked (Class A) Warriors ran away with a 60-30 West Central Conference victory at BOLD Elementary School.

Gavin Vosika was deadly from deep for BOLD, going 6 of 9 from 3-point range for a game-high 22 points. He also had six assists, five rebounds and four steals. Jordan Sagedahl followed up with 13 points, four assists, five rebounds and four steals, and Carter Henry tallied eight points and six assists.

Grant Jensen was the lone Minnewaska player in double figures with 11 points. Luke Barkeim had five points, and Shawn Carsten scooped up nine boards for the Lakers.

BOLD managed to hold Minnewaska to 28 percent shooting and a season low for points in a game.

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Still undefeated, the Warriors travel to Morris/Chokio-Alberta on Thursday while the Lakers will try to end a three-game losing skid at home against Sauk Centre on Thursday.

BOLD 60,

Minnewaska 30

Minnewaska (7-5) 12 18 - 30

BOLD (15-0) 33 27 - 60

MINNEWASKA - Scoring: Jack Blevins 2, Grant Jensen 11, Ryan Amundson 2, Sam Hested 2, Drew Nelson 3, Luke Barkeim 5, Joe Piekarski 3, Shawn Carsten 2 ... 3-point shots: Jensen 1, Nelson 1, Piekarski 1 ... Rebound leader: Carsten 9 ... Assist leader: Amundson 2, Nelson 2 ... Steal leader: Jensen 2, Amundson 2

BOLD - Scoring: Drew Sagedahl 8, Gavin Vosika 22, Jordan Sagedahl 13, Carter Henry 8, Matthew Moorse 4, Mack 5 ... 3-point shots: D Sagedahl 2, G Vosika 6, Mack 1 ... Rebound leader: Vosika 5, J Sagedahl 5 ... Assist leader: Vosika 6, Henry 6 ... Steal leader: D Sagedahl 4, Vosika 4, J Sagedahl 4

Alexandria 57,

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Willmar 56 OT

Trailing for nearly all of Tuesday's Central Lakes Conference game, Alexandria tied Willmar 51-all after Trey Hoepner hit a basket with 1 minute, 12 seconds in regulation, forcing the game into an extra period.

In the overtime, Anders Hedstrom hit the game-winning shot with six seconds to play, vaulting visiting Alexandria to a 57-56 overtime victory over Willmar.

Ryan Slette was Willmar's top scorer with 22 points, including all five of the team's points in overtime, while Drey Dirksen approached a double-double with 18 points and nine rebounds. Ty Roelofs hauled in a team-high 14 rebounds to go with four points.

Hedstrom and Treyton Thompson both had 13 points to pace Alexandria. Colton Roderick had 12 points.

Willmar is back at home Friday against Sartell.

Alexandria (7-5) 17 34 6 - 57

Willmar (6-6) 26 25 5 - 56

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ALEXANDRIA - Scoring: Trey Hoepner 9, Cody Brandson 3, Josh Wegner 1, Carrson Jones 5, Kristian Hoskins 1, Anders Hedstrom 13, Colton Roderick 12, Treyton Thompson 13 ... 3-point shots: Hoepner 2, Jones 1, Hedstrom 1, Roderick 2, Thompson 1 ... Rebound leader: Thompson 10, Hoepner 5, Roderick 5 ... Assist leader: NA ... Steal leader: Hoepner 2

WILLMAR - Scoring: Adnan Muhumed 3, Ty Roelofs 4, Jake Evans 5, Bryan Weidemann 4, Drey Dirksen 18, Ryan Slette 22 ... 3-point shots: Dirksen 1, Slette 3 ... Rebound leader: Roelofs 14, Dirksen 9 ... Assist leader: Roelofs 2 ... Steal leader: Evans 2

NLS 65,

Annandale 54

Brandon Adelman dropped 36 points for New London-Spicer to top Annandale Tuesday night.

Ander Arnold added 10 points with five steals to provide a strong all-around game.

Annandale featured three double-digit scorers but Adelman's powerful game proved to be too strong.

NLS (12-2) 35 30 - 65

Annandale (4-9) 32 22 - 54

NEW LONDON-SPICER - Scoring: Brandon Adelman 36, Ander Arnold 10, Brandyn Harlow 6, Jon Kaelke 1, Jake Poole 5, Will Roguske 2, Jake Schmidt 2, Ryan Wyganowski 3 ... 3-point shots: Adelman 2, Arnold 2, Wyganowski 1 ... Rebound leader: Adelman 5, Poole 5 ... Assist leader: Adelman 4 ... Steal leader: Arnold 5

ANNANDALE - Scoring: Andrew Bowman 5, Carson Gagnon 5, Vince Healy 12, Cameron Howard 8, Paul Meyer 11, Logan Purcell 13 ... 3-point shots: Gagnon 1, Healy 3, Howard 2, Meyer 1 ... Rebound leader: Brady Spaulding 5 ... Assist leader: Fobbe 2, Gagnon 2, Howard 2 ... Steal leader: Gagnon 2

Litchfield 57,

W-M 43

Down by four at halftime, Litchfield seized the momentum with 38 second-half points en route to a 57-43 Wright County Conference win at Watertown-Mayer on Tuesday.

Leading the Dragons' charge was Owen Boerema with 22 points, 11 rebounds, four assists and three steals, followed by 10 points from Tyson Michels.

Litchfield (10-2) 19 38 - 57

W-M (6-7) 23 20 - 43

LITCHFIELD - Scoring: Alex Gruenke 9, Tyson Michels 10, Owen Boerema 22, Joe Pennertz 7, Jake Schneider 5, Drew Kotzer 4 ... 3-point shots: Gruenke 1, Pennertz 1 ... Rebound leader: Boerema 11, Pennertz 7 ... Assist leader: Michels 5, Boerema 4 ... Steal leader: Boerema 3

WATERTOWN-MAYER - Scoring: Sam Ragner 4, Jayden Heimerman 7, Will McBee 12, Ethan Tang 6, Patrick Anderson 11, Ansen Dulas 3 ... 3-point shots: Heimerman 2, Tang 1, Anderson 3 ... Rebound leader: McBee 10 ... Assist leader: Anderson 2 ... Steal leader: Four with 2

Maple Lake 57,

BBE 41

Maple Lake's Mitch Hoistad scored 28 points to lead the Lakers to a Central Minnesota Conference win on Tuesday.

BBE's Jackson Peter scored 13 points and had six rebounds, Evan Wiener scored 11 points and Abe Peter had 10 points and three assists.

BBE (7-4) 21 20 - 41

Maple Lake (6-5) 32 25 - 57

BBE - Scoring: Dylan Meyer 5, Abe Peter 10, Jackson Peter 13, Evan Jones 2, Evan Wiener 11 ... 3-point shots: Meyer 1, A Peter 1, J Peter 1, Wiener 1 ... Rebound leader: J Peter 6, Wiener 6 ... Assist leader: A Peter 3 ... Steal leader: J Peter 3

MAPLE LAKE - Scoring: Ryley Hagen 6, Mitch Hoistad 28, Aiden Staloch 4, Logan Carlson 1, Brayden Belanger 4, Maxx Pribyl 2, Brandon Schmitz 12 ... 3-point shots: Hagen 2, Hoistad 3, Schmitz 4 ... Rebound leader: Hoistad 7, Belanger 6 ... Assist leader: Four players with one ... Steal leader: Staloch 3

Morris/CA 57,

ACGC 55

Morris/Chokio-Alberta evened its overall record at 6-6 with a West Central Conference win over ACGC on Tuesday in Grove City.

Cam Arndt had a big night, with 26 points and 13 rebounds. Jackson Loge scored 11 points and Jaret Johnson had 10 points, nine rebounds, six assists and three steals.

ACGC's Steven Lawver scored a game-high 27 points and he also had 11 rebounds and five assists. Dawson Miller scored 11 points and had eight rebounds.

ACGC plays Benson at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Grove City.

Morris/CA (6-6) 31 26 - 57

ACGC (4-9) 26 29 - 55

MORRIS/CHOKIO-ALBERTA - Scoring: Joseph Kleinwolterink 1, Jaden Maanum 9, Cam Arndt 26, Jackson Loge 11, Jaret Johnson 10 ... 3-point shots: Arndt 2, Maanum 1 ... Rebound leader: Arndt 13, Jackson 9, Johnson 5 ... Assist leader: Johnson 6 ... Steal leader: Johnson 3, Arndt 2

ACGC - Scoring: Shelby Shoen 2, Brayden Hedtke 11, Steven Lawver 27, Dawson Miller 13, Jordan Schumacher 2 ... 3-point shots: Hedtke 1, Lawver 1, Miller 1 ... Rebound leader: Lawver 11, Miller 8 ... Assist leader: Schumacher 6, Lawver 5 ... Steal leader: Hedtke 4, Miller 3

Benson 53,

Montevideo 49

Thanks to double-digit nights from Cole Hedman, Will Enderson and Abe Peterson, Benson ended a seven-game losing streak on Tuesday, beating West Central Conference rival Montevideo 53-49.

Enderson ended up with 14 points and five rebounds while Hedman also dropped 14 points for the Braves. Abe finished with 10 points.

The Thunder Hawks loss came despite a game-high 25 points from Jackson Snell, who also had six rebounds. Cole Sandven added 17 points and eight boards.

Benson (3-9) 28 25 - 53

Montevideo (1-10) 19 30 - 49

BENSON - Scoring: Austin Ose 1, Matt Goossen 9, Cole Hedman 14, Ben Peterson 3, Eric Hoium 2, Will Enderson 14, Abe Peterson 10 ... 3-point shots: Goossen 1, Hedman 2, B Peterson 1, Enderson 2, A Peterson 2 ... Rebound leader: Enderson 5, Goossen 4 ... Assist leader: Goossen 2, Hedman 2, A Peterson 2 ... Steal leader: B Peterson 3, Goossen 2

MONTEVIDEO - Scoring: Jackson Snell 25, Cole Sandven 17, Christian Riley 3, Merrick Moe 2, Adam Root 2 ... 3-point shots: Snell 1, Sandven 1 ... Rebound leader: Sandven 8, Snell 6 ... Assist leader: Riley 5, Bradyn Schultz 2 ... Steal leader: Snell 1, Riley 1

D-B 59,

Pipestone 57

In non-conference play Tuesday, Dawson-Boyd ended a three-game losing streak, sneaking by Pipestone for a 59-57 win.

Romell Horton scored a game-high 22 points for the Blackjacks, followed by 17 from Zach Durfee and 10 via Bentley Boike.

Pipestone (5-7) 35 22 - 57

D-B (5-6) 33 26 - 59

PIPESTONE - Scoring: Carter Nesvold 4, Connor Zephier 2, Braeden Rieck 20, Cody Thompson 1, Josh Tinklenberg 12, Isaiah Byrnes 13, Reid Homann 5 ... 3-point shots: Rieck 2, Byrnes 3 ... Rebound leader: Tinklenberg 5, Byrnes 5 ... Assist leader: Rieck 2 ... Steal leader: Cade Baartman 2, Tinklenberg 2, Zephier 2

DAWSON-BOYD - Scoring: Colton Husby 3, Romel Horton 22, Josh Anyasike 7, Zach Durfee 17, Bentley Boike 10 ... 3-point shots: Horton 4, Anyasike 1, Durfee 3 ... Rebound leader: Husby 9, Boike 5 ... Assist leader: Husby 3, Horton 2, Jake Lee 2, Boike 2 ... Steal leader: Four with 1

KMS 82,

CGB 47

KMS featured four double-digit scorers in a big win against Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley.

Regan Carlson and Titan Norton each tallied 13 points and Carlson added six rebounds to the cause as his Saints jumped out to a 39-26 first half lead and scored 43 points in the second half.

CGB (2-10) 26 21 - 47

KMS (6-6) 39 43 - 82

CLINTON-GRACEVILLE-BEARDSLEY - Scoring: Caleb Cardwell 15, Nate Moberg 9, Charles Kleindl 10, Ryan Geray 5, Chandler Combellick 4, Sam Adelman 4 ... 3-point shots: Cardwell 1, Moberg 1, Kleindl 2, Geray 1 ... Rebound leader: NA ... Assist leader: NA ... Steal leader: NA

KMS - Scoring: Alex Call 8, Austin Deike 6, Isaac Call 10, Weston Gjerde 8, Regan Carlson 13, Ethan Hauge 8, Titian Norton 13, Chris Moist 6, Kolby Lindquist 10 ... 3-point shots: A Call 2, Gjerde 2, Carlson 1 ... Rebound leader: Carlson 6, Hauge 6 ... Assist leader: A Call 6, Gjerde 5, Carlson 5, Norton 5 ... Steal leader: Hauge 3

RCW 65,

RRC 55

Justin Schrupp, Tyler Rice and Riley Ashburn combined for 47 points in Renville County West's Camden Conference win over Red Rock Central on Tuesday.

Ashburn also had a team-high 13 rebounds, eight assists and five steals.

RRC (3-8) 28 27 - 55

RCW (8-5) 30 35 - 65

RED ROCK CENTRAL - Scoring: Tyler Ryker 4, Spencer Halland 13, Sam Helmer 14, Jonah Hansep 7, Noah Staunes 9, Luke Willhite 6, Noah Pankonin 2 ... 3-point shots: Halland 1, Helmer 4, Hansep 1, Staunes 3, Willhite 2 ... Rebound leader: NA ... Assist leader: NA ... Steal leader: NA

RENVILLE COUNTY WEST - Scoring: Justin Schrupp 19, Tyler Rice 17, Riley Ashburn 11, Jamie Castillo 8, Jaden Kolker 6, Connor Aalderks 3, Zach Rice 1 ... 3-point shots: T. Rice 1, Aalderks 1 ... Rebound leader: Ashburn 13, Kolker 6 ... Assist leader: Ashburn 8, Schrupp 4 ... Steal leader: Ashburn 5

Springfield 102,

BLHS 36

Nathan Schultz scored nine points and Elijah Stifter and August Bergstrom both scored six in Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart's loss to Springfield on Tuesday.

Springfield (10-2) 56 46 - 102

BLHS (1-9) 20 16 - 36

SPRINGFIELD - Stats not provided

BUFFALO LAKE-HECTOR-STEWART - Scoring: Elijah Stifter 6, Ben Dornseif 4, Nathan Schultz 9, August Bergstrom 6, Phillip Kirtz 6, Judson Watkins 2, Braden McColley 2, Sutton Melberg 2, Preson Bashans 1 ... 3-point shots: Stifter 1, Schultz 1, Kirtz 2 ... Rebound leader: McColley 6 ... Assist leader: Schultz 3 ... Steal leader: McColley 2

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