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Boys basketball roundup: Jaguars maul Red Rock Central

RENVILLE -- Renville County West won its third game of the season, led by a huge double-double by Spencer Mortensen, beating Red Rock Central 61-50 on Monday.

RENVILLE - Renville County West won its third game of the season, led by a huge double-double by Spencer Mortensen, beating Red Rock Central 61-50 on Monday.
Mortensen scored 19 points with 22 rebounds for the Jaguars, now 3-6 on the season.
Brady Holwerda added 15 points and five assists, and Jesse Miller had two points and three steals.
RCW is off until Jan. 5 when it plays BOLD at home.
RCW 61, RRC 50
RRC (2-8)...........................24 26 - 50
RCW (3-6)..........................32 29 - 61
Red Rock Central
18-62 FG; 8-19 FT; 19 fouls … Scoring: Trevor Pederson 6, Brady Rasmussen 8, Luke Engen 5, Tom Blomgren 6, Taylor Bunting 11, Sam Hansen 11, Cole Pankonin 1, Carter Engen 2 … 3-point shots: Bunting 3, Rasmussen 2, Hansen 1 … Rebound leader: Peterson 9 … Assist leader: Rasmussen 4 … Steal leader: Rasmussen 5
Renville County West
25-68 FG; 11-16 FT; 14 fouls … Scoring: Brady Holwerda 15, Jon Kronlokken 5, Nick Fischer 2, Jesse Miller 2, Ian Engstrom 6, Adam Terhaar 9, Spencer Mortensen 19 … 3-point shots: none … Rebound leader: Mortensen 22 … Assist leader: Holwerda 5 … Steal leader: Miller 3
Sauk Centre 79, BBE 57
The Mainstreeters were able to defeat Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa on Monday night at home 79-57.
Matthew Moritz connected on five 3-pointers and Cole Neubert scored 19 points and grabbed eight rebounds in the easy victory.
In the first half, the Jaguars saw themselves down by 12 heading into halftime. After the break, Sauk Centre kept up the momentum it had from the beginning of the game to get the victory.
Tanner Heinsuis dropped in 32 points for BBE in the loss.
Both teams play in the upcoming Willmar Holiday Tournament, as Sauk Centre will play Windom on Friday, while BBE will take on BOLD just hours later at 6 p.m.
BBE (2-5).....................31 26 - 57
Sauk Centre (5-3)........43 36 - 79
Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa
23-66 FG; 7-12 FT; 21 fouls … Scoring: Tanner Heinsius 32, Jacob Tensen 6, Austin Trustheim 4, Jake Fischer 1, Jordan Wosmek 8, Dalon Vitzan 6 … 3-point shots: Bitzan 2 … Rebound leader: Heinsius and Tensen 6 … Assist leader: n/a … Steal leader: Tensen 2
Sauk Centre
30-60 FG; 12-19 FT; 16 fouls … Scoring: Riley Primus 2, Austin Nelson 4, Joesph Gerhartz 2, Matthew Moritz 23, Shariff Silas 14, Carter Kranz 13, Cole Neubert 19, Tanner Schmiesing 2 … 3-point shots: Moritz 5 … Rebound leader: Neubert 8 … Assist leader: Neubert 5 … Steal leader: four tied at 1
Melrose 72, NLS 45
Tyler Braegelmann scored 26 points and pulled down eight rebounds as the Dutchmen stayed undefeated with a convincing victory over New London-Spicer on Monday.
Isaac Herkenhoff added 12 points, and Cesar Cervantes had five points and four steals.
Derrick Laudenbach notched 16 points for the Wildcats (3-4), who play Friday at the Willmar Holiday Tournament.
Melrose (7-0) plays Monday at the St. Cloud Cathedral Tournament.
NLS (3-4).............................21 24 - 45
Melrose (7-0)......................36 36 - 72
New London-Spicer
17 FG; 10-21 FT; 11 fouls … Scoring: Alex Groff 3, Derrick Laudenbach 16, James Magnuson 4, Jaden Hanson 7, Devin Fostervold 7, Shane Zylstra 7, Jacob Klavetter 1 … 3-point shots: Groff 1 … Rebound leader: Laudenbach 6 … Assist leader: Klavetter 6 … Steal leader: Fostervold 2
Melrose
30 FG; 8-11 FT; 19 fouls … Scoring: Brian Thielen 2, Cesar Cervantes 5, Isaac Herkenhoff 12, Dillon Haider 3, Tyler Braegelmann 26, Drake Meyer 8, Anthony Welle 2, Zach Luetmer 4, Blake Gerads 10 … 3-point shots: Herkenhoff 1, Cervantes 1, Meyer 2 … Rebound leader: Braegelmann 8 … Assist leader: Haider 6 … Steal leader: Cervantes 4
CMCS 76, Hancock 63
Five players scored in double digits as Central Minnesota Christian beat Hancock 76-63 to remain undefeated Monday.
The Bluejays jumped out to a 24-point lead after the first half. In the second half, Hancock was able to cut into the lead a little, but CMCS was able to keep up the momentum just enough to win by 13 points.
Noah Kannegiesser scored 20 points for the Owls in the loss, while Chandler Gramm added six points and grabbed six rebounds.
CMCS will play against Dawson-Boyd today, while Hancock won’t play until Jan. 6 against Ortonville.
Hancock (3-5)....................31 31 - 62
CMCS (7-0)........................55 21 - 76
Hancock
21-54 FG; 19-21 FT; 16 fouls … Scoring: Noah Kannegiesser 20, Bryce Schmidgall 12, Brandon Shaw 8, Chandler Gramm 6, Colin Brown 6, Logan Kisgen 5, Andrew Shaw 3, Tyler Reese 3 … 3-point shots: Kannegiesser and Shaw 1 … Rebound leader: Gramm 6 … Assist leader: Kannegiesser 4 … Steal leader: Kannegiesser 3
Central Minnesota
Christian School
31-61 FG; 7-15 FT; 16 fouls … Scoring: Taylor Slagter 16, Ethan Brouwer 14, Tanner Stoel 13, Austin Bulthuis 11, Matthew Van Eps 10, Lucas Van Eps 7, Levi Post 5 … 3-point shots: Brouwer 3 … Rebound leader: Bulthuis 7 … Assist leader: L. Van Eps 4 … Steal leader: Slagter 3

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