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Girls Basketball Roundup: Dragons take down Paynesville

LITCHFIELD -- Brynne Wahl and Hallie Euerle both scored 13 points and teammate Savanna Pater added another 12 to ignite a 56-31 win over Paynesville on Friday for Litchfield in a non-conference game.

LITCHFIELD - Brynne Wahl and Hallie Euerle both scored 13 points and teammate Savanna Pater added another 12 to ignite a 56-31 win over Paynesville on Friday for Litchfield in a non-conference game.

The Dragons, who improved to 3-2, led 32-20 at halftime and held Paynesville to just 11 points in the second half. Just four players scored for the Bulldogs with Katelyn Spanier leading the charge with a game-high 18 points.

Euerle and Pater both hooked nine rebounds and Sydney Weires collected another seven for the Dragons.

Spanier also led all players with nine rebounds. Paynesville also got eight points from Abbie Wuertz and six rebounds from Emma Stevens.

Litchfield is at Morris/Chokio-Alberta today at 2:30 p.m. and Paynesville (1-3) hosts Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa on Tuesday.

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Litchfiefld 56, Paynesville 31

Paynesville (1-3) 20 11 - 31
Litchfield (3-2) 32 24 - 56

Paynesville
Scoring: Katelyn Spanier 18, Abbie Wuertz 8, Lindsay Mattson 3, Emma Stevens 2 … 3-point shots: Wuertz 2, Spanier 1, Mattson 1 … Rebound leaders: Spanier 9, Stevens 6 … Assist leaders: none … Steal leaders: none

Litchfield
Scoring: Brynne Wahl 13, Hallie Euerle 13, Savanna Pater 12, Ashley Warren 6, Kyndra Beavers 4, Macy Huhner 4, Laney Huhner 2, Sydney Weires 2 … 3-point shots: Warren 2, H. Euerle 2, Wahl 1, M. Huhner 1 … Rebound leaders: H. Euerle 9, Pater 9, Weires 7, L. Huhner 6, M. Huhner 6 … Assist leaders: L. Huhner 2 … Steal leaders: none

MACCRAY 60, ACGC 46

MACCRAY cruised to a win over Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City on Friday night thanks to 21 points and 10 rebounds from Emily Orwick and 15 points from Alicia Ervin.

Maree Lee hit five three-pointers and scored 17 points in the loss for the Falcons.

ACGC is in action again Tuesday at Morris/Chokio-Alberta, while MACCRAY will take on Dawson-Boyd.

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MACCRAY (4-2) 29 31 - 60
ACGC (0-4) 23 23 - 46

MACCRAY
Scoring: Ellie Thein 6, Emily Wrede 4, Carly Orwick 8, Emily Orwick 21, Alicia Ervin 15, Sydney Schwitters 6 … 3-point shots: Ervin 2 … Rebound leaders: E. Orwick 10 … Assist leaders: Schwitters 7 … Steal leaders: Ervin 3

Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City
Scoring: Maree Lee 17, Shalie Halvorson 3, Stacey Larson 2, Madison Whitcomb 7, Rylie Wilner 1, Madi Denton 4, Kendra Miller 12 … 3-point shots: Lee 5, Miller 1 … Rebound leaders: Halvorson 7, Denton 6 … Assist leaders: N/A … Steal leaders: Miller Lee 2

Wheaton/HN 69, LQPV 38

Kelsea Lund knocked down five 3-pointers on the way to scoring a game-high 26 points for Lac qui Parle Valley, but no other Eagle scored more than four points as the visiting Warriors overwhelmed the Eagles on Friday.

Lund also had five of the team’s 16 rebounds, while Grace Hegland added four steals and Sidney Gerdes three assists.

LQPV, which was handed its first loss, is at Kerkhoven on Tuesday.

Wheaton/HN (5-0) 37 32 - 69
LQPV (3-1) 15 23 - 38

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Wheaton/Herman-Norcross
Scoring: Emma Schmidt 16, Anna Rinke 5, Jordan Stafford 4, Hannah Gail 22, Briona Edwards 4, Madisyn Braaten 4, Samantha Lupkes 14 … 3-point shots: Gail 2 … Rebound leaders: n/a … Assist leaders: n/a … Steal leaders: n/a

Lac qui Parle Valley
Scoring: Haley Wollschlager 1, Kelsea Lund 26, Grace Hegland 4, Lindsay Kranz 1, Sidney Gerdes 2, Kelsey Kuechenmeister 2, Taniah Tosel 2 … 3-point shots: Lund 5 … Rebound leaders: Lund 5 … Assist leaders: Gerdes 3 … Steal leaders: Hegland 4

Ortonville 73, Dawson-Boyd 36

Rachel Hoernemann stuffed the stat sheet for Ortonville, finishing a non-conference victory with 22 points, five rebounds, 10 assists and nine steals.

Hope Hasslen led Ortonville with 25 points.

Dawson-Boyd’s Kaitlyn Willander and Alex Sather both had eight points, and Alyssa Strand didn’t score but had five rebounds, five assists and five steals.

Dawson-Boyd (2-3) 25 11 - 36
Ortonville (3-1) 41 32 - 73

Dawson-Boyd
Scoring: Hannah Stelter 6, Kaitlyn Willander 8, Kelly Kvaal 5, Mary Bothun 2, Alex Sather 8, Avery Bartunek 6, Sydney Bartunek 1 … 3-point shots: Stelter 2 … Rebound leaders: Alyssa Strand 5, Kristyne Hamberg-Frank 5, Sather 5 … Assist leader: Strand 5 … Steal leaders: Strand 5

Ortonville
Scoring: Tyler Peters 2, Madysen Stegner 13, Jaiden Conroy 8, Rachel Hoernemann 22, Samantha Erickson 3, Hope Hasslen 25 … 3-point shots: Hoernemann 1, Erickson 1 … Rebound leader: Stegner 8 … Assist leader: Hoernemann 10 … Steal leader: Hoernemann 9

Camden

KMS 53, RCW 31

Ashley Just scored 17 points and Sam Gjerde had 15 to lead the Saints to the Camden Conference win Friday in Kerkhoven.

Alexis Lamecker and Kallee Anderson both had eight rebounds, and Andrea Olson and Ashley Just both had seven boards.

Gjerde and Just both made seven steals.

Steph Zaske led Renville County West with 21 points and Zaska and Selma Perez both had five steals. Mikayla Pharr led the Jaguars with eight rebounds.

The Saints play host to Lac qui Parle Valley at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Kerkhoven.

RCW (0-3, 0-4) 14 17 - 31
KMS (2-1, 2-2) 27 26 - 53

Renville County West
Scoring: Steph Zaske 21, Selma Perez 3, Mikayla Pharr 2, Emma Kronlokken 2, Emily Filzen 1, Reanna Flom 2 … 3-point shots: Zaske 4, Perez 1 … Rebound leader: Pharr 8 … Assist leaders: Zaske 2 … Steal leaders: Perez 5, Zaske 5

Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg
Scoring: Alexis Lamecker 6, Tori Holt 1, Sam Gjerde 15, Hanne Tebben 2, Ashley Just 17, Molly Jeppesen 2, Andrea Olson 5, Kallee Anderson 5 … 3-point shots: Lamecker 1, Gjerde 3 … Rebound leaders: Lamecker 8, Anderson 8, Olson 7, Just 7 … Assist leaders: Nine with 1 … Steal leaders: Gjerde 7, Just 7

TMB 66, YME 47

Makayla Dyrdahl’s 14 points, Anna McCosh’s 10 points and Madison Haggert’s seven assists and five rebounds paced Yellow Medicine East on Friday.

The Sting host Minneota on Tuesday.

TMB (3-0, 3-0) 34 32 - 66
YME (1-2, 1-2) 27 20 - 47

Tracy-Milroy-Balaton
Scoring: Kaylee Kirk 14, Gabbie Gervais 14, Evy Dolan 16, Kendra Ludeman 11, Sidney Karbo 6, Sara Stoneberg 5 … 3-point shots: Kirk 1, Ludeman 1, Stoneberg 1 … Rebound leaders: n/a … Assist leaders: n/a … Steal leaders: n/a

Yellow Medicine East
Scoring: Makayla Dyrdahl 14, Anna McCosh 10, Jordan Hinz 6, Paige Steffen 6, Maggie Scheffler 4, Kaitlyn Mortenson 3, Mackenzie Dyrdahl 3, Madison Hagert 1 … 3-point shots: Hinz 2, Mortenson 1 … Rebound leaders: McCosh 8, Haggert 5 … Assist leaders: Haggert 7 … Steal leaders: McCosh 2, Makayla Dyrdahl 2

Tomahawk

Wabasso 67, BLHS 55

Wabasso made more foul shots down the stretch than the Mustangs to post the win on Friday in Hector.

Kiana Johnson collected another double-double for Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart as the senior scored a game-high 28 points and also hooked 17 rebounds. Johnson had 17 points in the first half, which saw BLHS trail by just four, and was 10-for-10 at the free throw line.

Breanna Buboltz supplied BLHS with 10 rebounds, eight points, five assists and four steals. Emily Markgraf added eight points and three steals.

The Mustangs have a week off and host Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s next Friday.

Wabasso (2-0, 2-0) 33 34 - 67
BLHS (1-2, 1-2) 29 26 - 55

Wabasso
Scoring: Jenna Frank 6, Jamie Goblirsch 5, Kayla Jenniges 10, Allie Benz 9, Emily Benz 3, Jocelyn Rothmeier 7, Lindsey Bernardy 2, Maddy Guetter 3, Morgan Frank 22 … 3-point shots: Rothmeier 2, Goblirsch 1 … Rebound leaders: n/a … Assist leaders: n/a … Steal leaders: n/a

Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart
Scoring: Breanna Buboltz 8, Emily Markgraf 8, Maddy Ehlers 3, Mariah Paulson 4, Sara Kottke 4, Kiana Johnson 28 … 3-point shots: Markgraf 2, Ehlers 1 … Rebound leaders: Johnson 17, Buboltz 10, Paulson 9 … Assist leaders: Buboltz 5 … Steal leaders: Buboltz 4, Markgraf 3

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