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Boys Prep Basketball Roundup: Montevideo downs NLS

NEW LONDON -- Troy Diggins scored 24 points and Isaac Douglas put in another 23 to help Montevideo fight off New London-Spicer 77-76 on Tuesday in a non-conference game.

NEW LONDON - Troy Diggins scored 24 points and Isaac Douglas put in another 23 to help Montevideo fight off New London-Spicer 77-76 on Tuesday in a non-conference game.

Douglas made two free throws with 10 seconds left to put Montevideo (1-1) up 77-73. A few seconds later the Thunder Hawks fouled NLS freshman Brandon Adelman on a three-point attempt with just two-tenths of a second left.

Adelman made the first two attempts, and was attempting to purposely miss the third attempt in order for NLS to get a putback that would win the game, but the shot went in to end the game.

The Thunder Hawks also got 17 points and six rebounds from Travis Dreyer and 10 points from Riley Emery. Douglas added five rebounds, four steals and three assists.

Diggins also pocketed four steals.

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Mitchell Halvorson led NLS with 19 points with Adelman following with 16. Derrick Laudenbach supplied a double-double with 21 rebounds and 13 points, and Jacob Klavetter also scored 13 points and hooked seven boards.

NLS hosts Morris/Chokio-Alberta on Thursday and Montevideo is at the two-day Maple River Invite that opens on Friday.

Montevideo 77, NLS 76

Montevideo (1-1) 32 45 - 77
NLS (0-2) 35 41 - 76

Montevideo
Scoring: Isaac Douglas 23, Riley Emery 10, Travis Dreyer 17, Troy Diggins 24, Jared Saue 3 … 3-point shots: Douglas 5, Dreyer 1, Diggins 1, Saue 1 … Rebound leader: Dreyer 6, Douglas 5 … Assist leader: Douglas 3 … Steal leader: Douglas 4, Diggins 4

New London-Spicer
Scoring: Jacob Klavetter 13, Brandon Adelman 16, James Magnuson 2, Mitchell Halvorson 19, Cody King 2, Derrick Laudenbach 13, Jackson Ness 9, Jaden Hanson 2 … 3-point shots: Adelman 3, Halvorson 3 … Rebound leader: Laudenbach 21, Klavetter 7 … Assist leader: Hanson 6, Laudenbach 3 … Steal leader: Halvorson 2

West Central

Melrose 78, Morris/Chokio-Alberta 63

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Dylan Haider scored 25 points, Drake Meyer added 20 and Melrose jumped on Morris/Chokio-Alberta early Tuesday night on its way to a 78-63 win.

Melrose led 39-17 at halftime and connected on 11 three-pointers, with Haider and Meyer both making four.

The Tigers had a much better second half, nearly tripling their point total from the first half. But it wasn’t enough to dig them out of the hole.

Eric Staebler did it all for MCA, scoring 30 points in addition to leading the Tigers with seven assists and six rebounds.

Morris Chokio-Alberta (1-1) 17 46 - 63
Melrose (2-0) 39 39 - 78

MCA
Scoring: Sean Amundson 9, Robert Rohloff 7, Tim Travis 3, Philip Anderson 10, Jacob Zosel 3, Lukus Manska 1, Eric Staebler 30 … 3-point shots: Amundson 1, Zosel 1, Staebler 4 … Rebound leader: Staebler 6… Assist leader: Staebler 7, Zosel 6 … Steal leader: N/A

Melrose
Scoring: Dylan Haider 25, Tyler Braegelman 13, Drake Meyer 20, Adam Van Beck 13, Jordan Klaphake 3, Brady Birch 5, Colton Meyer 4 … 3-point shots: Haider 4, Meyer 4, Van Beck 2, Klaphake 1 … Rebound leader: Braegelman 6 … Assist leader: Haider 4 … Steal leader: Haider 4

Sauk Centre 75, BOLD 65

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Jay Friedrichs scored 23 points and Shariff Silas hit four 3-point shots and scored 21 points to lead the Mainstreeters to a West Central Conference win over the Warriors on Tuesday in Bird Island.

BOLD’s Thomas Meyers scored 18 points and Mason Mages nailed five 3-pointers and finished with 17 points.

Ethan Weis had 12 points, five rebounds, three assists and three steals.

The Warriors play host to Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday in Bird Island.

Sauk Centre (1-0, 1-1) 41 34 - 75
BOLD (0-1, 0-1) 31 34 - 65

Sauk Centre
Scoring: Riley Primus 3, Jay Friedrichs 23, Joseph Gerhartz 1, Shariff Silas 21, Tanner Rieland 12, Simon Weller 7, Cade Neubert 4, Tanner Schmiesing 4 … 3-point shots: Primus 1, Friedrichs 3, Silas 4, Rieland 2 … Rebound leader: NA … Assist leader: NA … Steal leader: NA

BOLD
Scoring: Max Buchtel 8, Ethan Weis 12, Brecken Ebnet 2, Thomas Meyers 18, Ryan Snow 3, Mason Mages 17, Brad Wolff 2, Logan Dahlk 3 … 3-point shots: Buchtel 2, Meyers 1, Snow 1, Mages 5 … Rebound leader: Weis 5 … Assist leader: Buchtel 3, Weis 3 … Steal leader: Weis 3

Camden

CMCS 75 LQPV 43

Central Minnesota Christian School routed Lac qui Parle Valley on Tuesday night behind the strength of a dominant second half.

The Bluejays had a 38-18 advantage in the final 18 minutes.

Matthew Van Eps went 7-of-10 from three-point range on the way to a game-high 27 points and Taylor Slagter picked up his first double-double of the season with 21 points and 10 rebounds.

Connor Oie led LQPV with 14 points and Lucas Strand had eight rebounds.

LQPV (0-2) 25 18 - 43
CMCS (2-0) 37 38 - 75

LQPV
Scoring: Connor Oie 14, Tom Witte 5, Corey Roggenbuck 4, Jamison Warner 2, Ross Olson 2, Noah Jensen 2 … 3-point shots: N/A … Rebound leader: Lucas Strand 8, Jensen 7 … Assist leader: Strand 2 … Steal leader: N/A

CMCS
Scoring: Matthew Van Eps 27, Taylor Slagter 21, Jaxon Schwitters 10, Tanner Stoel 8, Noah Wubben 7, Lucas Schwitters 2 … 3-point shots: Van Eps 7, Stoel 2, J. Schwitters 2, Slagter 1, Wubben 1 … Rebound leader: Slagter 10 … Assist leader: Stoel 7 … Steal leader: Ethan Brouwer 3, Stoel 3

MACCRAY 49, KMS 39

Jackson Grussing poured in 18 points and Connor Cronen scored 12 and had six rebounds to lead MACCRAY to a Camden Conference win on Tuesday in Kerkhoven.

MACCRAY built a 15-point halftime lead and held off the Saints in the second half.

Preston Mahlum led the Saints with 14 points and 13 rebounds, and Brandon Rasmussen finished with 11 points and seven rebounds.

The Saints play host to Central Minnesota Christian School in another Camden game at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

MACCRAY (1-0, 2-0) 27 22 - 49
KMS (0-1, 0-2) 12 27 - 39

MACCRAY
Scoring: Jackson Grussing 18, Connor Cronen 12, Tyler Plowman 8, Colton Swart 4, Brady Madsen 3, Dylan Dirksen 2, Chase Christiansen 2 … 3-point shots: Madsen 1, Cronen 1 … Rebound leader: Cronen 6 … Assist leaders: Cronen 2, Dirksen 2 … Steal leader: Plowman 4

Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg
Scoring: Preston Mahlum 14, Brandon Rasmussen 11, Tanner Rohner 5, Vince Tillman 5, Weston Gjerde 4 … 3-point shots: Rasmussen 3, Rohner 1, Tillman 1 … Rebound leaders: Mahlum 13, Rasmussen 7 … Assist leader: Rohner 3 … Steal leader: Rasmussen 2

Dawson-Boyd 58, RCW 48

Jess Hansen knocked down three 3-pointers en route to scoring a game-high 23 points and handed out five assists to help guide Dawson-Boyd’s home win on Tuesday.

Braden Thompson nearly posted a double-double for the Blackjacks (1-0, 2-0) with 12 rebounds and nine points. Dalton Kostad pitched in 10 points, while Eli Weber added eight points, six assists and three steals, and Braxton Thompson nine rebounds.

Renville County West (0-1, 1-2) was paced by Adam Terhaar’s 20 points, Brady Holwerda’s 10 rebounds and Colin Thompson’s nine points and five steals.

RCW (0-1, 1-2) 18 30 - 48
Dawson-Boyd (1-0, 2-0) 29 29 - 58

RCW
Scoring: Colin Thompson 9, Jon Kronlokken 2, Brady Holwerda 8, Spencer Mortensen 6, Adam Terhaar 20, Justin Schrupp 3 … 3-point shots: Thompson 1, Holwerda 2, Terhaar 2, Schrupp 1 … Rebound leader: Holwerda 10, Terhaar 5 … Assist leader: Four with 2 … Steal leader: Thompson 5

Dawson-Boyd
Scoring: Eli Weber 8, Jess Hansen 23, Braxton Thompson 2, Bentley Boike 6, Braden Thompson 9, Dalton Kostad 10 … 3-point shots: Hansen 3, Braden Thompson 1 … Rebound leader: Braden Thompson 12, Braxton Thompson 9 … Assist leader: Weber 6, Hansen 5 … Steal leader: Weber 3

Non-Conference

BBE 69, Upsala 50

Austin Trustheim put up big numbers and Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa won its second game of the season on Tuesday in Brooten.

Trustheim finished with 26 points, 10 rebounds and five steals.

Tanner Heinsius had 14 points, four assists and five steals, and Derek Wiener had 11 points.

Upsala (1-1) 27 23 - 50
BBE (2-1) 41 28 - 69

Upsala

Scoring: Cody Rahn 6, Cody Depa 4, Myron Ripplinger 5, Eric Koetter 5, Brandon Wolbeck 8, Isaac Guthrie 4, Lane Soltis 12, Andy Ripplinger 3, Andrew Kulla 3 … 3-point shots: Koetter 1, Wolbeck 1, Soltis 3, Ripplinger 1 … Rebound leader: Wolbeck 6 … Assist leaders: Parker Barth 2, Wolbeck 2, Bennett Westrich 2 … Steal leader: Koetter 2, Wolbeck 2

Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa

Scoring: Tanner Heinsius 14, Ethan Schwinghammer 2, Jacob Tensen 9, Austin Trustheim 26, Brendon 1, Derek Wiener 11, Ryan Illies 2 … 3-point shots: Tensen 1 … Rebound leaders: Trustheim 10, Illies 8 … Assist leaders: Heinsius 4, Tensen 4 … Steal leaders: Heinsius 5, Trustheim 5

Eden Valley-Watkins 67, ACGC 56

Eden Valley-Watkins was too much for Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City in the second half on Tuesday night, coming away with a 67-56 win despite trailing by three at halftime.

This is ACGC’s first loss of the season. They were outscored 38-24 in the second half.

Colton Minnick scored 20 points and Adam Johnson had 13 points, seven rebounds and two steals in the losing effort for ACGC.

Eden Valley-Watkins 29 38 - 67
ACGC 32 24 - 56

Eden Valley-Watkins
Scoring: Mitch Molitor 8 Jacob Streit 14, Reese Jansen 14, Matt Notch 2, Travis Thielen 5, Greg Lux 5, Dominic Schlangen 7, Deshaun James 12 … 3-point shots: Molitor 1 Streit 1, Thielen 1, Schlangen 1, James 1 … Rebound leader: Streit 17 Lutz 11 … Assist leader: Molitor 4 … Steal leader: Molitor 3

ACGC
Scoring: Ryan Amdahl 4, Jaren Kaddatz 2 Brendan Hedtke 3, Jake Mueller 2, Adam Johnson 13, Gabe Eisenbacher 2, Colton Minnick 20, Erik Belgum 10 … 3-point shots: Hedtke 1 … Rebound leader: Johnson 7, Belgum 7 … Assist leader: Belgum 3 … Steal leader: Johnson 2

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