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Girls basketball roundup: SWMC edges Dawson-Boyd

MARSHALL -- Southwest Minnesota Christian scored just 15 second-half points but Dawson-Boyd was so far behind the Blackjacks couldn't take advantage in a non-conference loss 52-48 Saturday at Southwest Minnesota State.

MARSHALL - Southwest Minnesota Christian scored just 15 second-half points but Dawson-Boyd was so far behind the Blackjacks couldn’t take advantage in a non-conference loss 52-48 Saturday at Southwest Minnesota State.
Dawson-Boyd trailed by 16 points at halftime and didn’t have the firepower on Saturday to pull out of that spin. The Blackjacks hit just 1-of-14 3-point shots could break 30 points in either half.
Justine Lee, who scored 32 in a Camden Conference game against Central Minnesota Christian, put up more than half her team’s points on Saturday and finished with 25 points and four assists and six steals.
D-B’s Kelly Husby had a game-high 12 rebounds and she scored eight points.
SWMC 52,
Dawson-Boyd 48
SWMC.................................37 15 - 52
Dawson-Boyd.....................21 27 - 48
Southwest Minnesota Christian
24-66 FG; 3-9 FT; 19 fouls … Scoring: Hope Veldkamp 14, Ann Pater 8, Cassie Groen 4, Alexis Knutson 3, Savannah Tinklenberg 5, Lydia Homandberg 2, Mariah Talsma 8, Chantel Groen 3, Tianna Top 5 … 3-point shots: Knutson 1 … Rebound leader: Tinklenberg 9 … Assist leader: Four with 2 … Steal leader: Pater 4
Dawson-Boyd
18-57 FG; 11-22 FT; 14 fouls … Scoring: Alyssa Strand 4, Justine Lee 25, Amanda Miller 2, Alisa Hill 7, Andrea Lee 2, Kelly Husby 8 … 3-point shots: Hill 1 … Rebound leader: Husby 12 … Assist leader: J. Lee 4 … Steal leader: J. Lee 6
Browerville 57, NLS 35
Browerville handed the Wildcats their first loss of the season Saturday.
Kabrie Weber led NLS with nine points, and Megan Thorson and Shea Oman had eight each.
Thorson and Erin Tebben each grabbed seven rebounds.
NLS (1-1) next plays Tuesday at home against Sauk Centre.
NLS (1-1)............................20 15 - 35
Browerville (2-0)................39 18 - 57
New London-Spicer
12-41 FG; 8-11 FT; 14 fouls … Scoring: Shea Oman 8, Brooke Beuning 2, Alyssa Fredrick 2, Megan Thorson 8, Ashlyn Geister 6, Kabrie Weber 9 … 3-point shots: Oman 2, Weber 1 … Rebound leader: Erin Tebben 7, Thorson 7 … Assist leader: Fredrick 3 … Steal leader: none
Browerville
15-44 FG; 12-17 FT; 10 fouls … Scoring: Kate Kellen 3, Quinn Kircher 19, Kate Middendorf 2, MaKenna Hegseth 3, Kale Knutson 5, Crystal Pearson 14, Kendra Buchta 11 … 3-point shots: Kircher 5, Kellen 1, Hegseth 1, Knutson 1, Pearson 1 … Rebound leader: n/a … Assist leader: n/a … Steal leader: n/a
Litchfield 70,
Brainerd 60
Macy Huhner scored 35 points and Hannah Norlin had 22 points and 13 rebounds in the Dragons’ non-conference victory over the Warriors on Saturday.
Huhner hit six 3-point shots.
On Friday, the Dragons got their first win of the season, 55-37, at Pine River-Backus.
Kyndra Beavers scored 13 points and she and Norlin both had five rebounds. Norlin and Savanna Pater both scored eight points.
The Dragons, now 2-1, play Foley at 7 p.m. Tuesday in their home-opener.
Litchfield (2-1)....................35 35 - 70
Brainerd (0-1)......................32 28 - 60
Litchfield
28-61 FG; 8-12 FT; 15 fouls … Scoring: Macy Huhner 35, Hannah Norlin 22, Kyndra Beavers 5, Breanna Sittig 5, Hallie Euerle 2, Savanna Pater 1 … 3-point shots: Huhner 6 … Rebound leader: Norlin 13 … Assist leader: NA … Steal leader: Na
Brainerd
21-64 FG; 12-19 FT; 12 fouls … Scoring: Kylee Heurung 28, Jenna Degen 16, Katelyn Johnson 7, Tedi Ramberg 5, Amy Southard 4 … 3-point shots: Heurung 3, Degen 3 … Rebound leader: Ramberg 12 … Assist leader: NA … Steal leader: NA
Case IH Invite
NCE/U-H 69, BBE 58
The Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa girls basketball team got its offense tuned up in the second half but not nearly enough to catch Norman County East/Ulen Hitterdal in the championship game of the Case IH Invitational in Benson.
Hailey Braegelman led the Jaguars with 16 points, eight rebounds and five assists, and Morgan Gronli finished with 12 points on 6-of-8 shooting.
NCE-UH...............................32 37 - 69
BBE.....................................25 33 - 58
Norman County East/Ulen Hitterdal
23 FG; 15-27 FT; n/a fouls … Scoring: Lydia Klemetson 15, Haley Henrickson 23, Sarah Brouillard 2, Tatum Lundin 12, Laurel Hoseth 6, Jessica Gall 7, Cassidy Ihringer 4 … 3-point shots: Lundin 1, Henrickson 1 … Rebound leader: n/a … Assist leader: n/a … Steal leader: n/a
Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa
26-71 FG; 4-11 FT; n/a fouls … Scoring: Bailey Buchholz 4, Peyton Miller 8, Alex Evenson 4, Kinlee Swanson 2, Morgan Gronli 12, Ashley Trustheim 4, Katelyn Heinze 8, Hailey Braegelman 16 … 3-point shots: Miller 2 … Rebound leader: Braegelman 8, Heinze 8 … Assist leader: Buchholz 2 … Steal leader: Braegelman 5
MACCRAY 51,
Benson 39
MACCRAY pulled away in the second of the Case IH Invitational’s third-place game on Saturday in Benson.
MACCRAY’s Alicia Ervin scored a game-high 12 points and Becca Kimpling and Ali Siverhus both netted eight points.
Benson’s Krista Motzko finished with 10 points and Hannah Ricard scored eight.
The Braves play BOLD in Benson at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
MACCRAY plays host to Dawson-Boyd at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Clara City.
MACCRAY (1-2)...................23 28 - 51
Benson (0-3).........................20 19 - 39
MACCRAY
20 FG; 9-18 FT; 20 fouls … Scoring: Ali Siverhus 8, Mallory VanKlompenburg 7, Alicia Ervin 12, Becca Kimpling 8, Emily Orwick 3, Emily Wrede 8, Annie Sandry 4 … 3-point shots: Ervin 1, VanKlompenburg 1 … Rebound leader: NA … Assist leader: NA … Steal leader: NA
Benson
12 FG; 12-22 FT; 15 fouls … Scoring: Megan Amundson 5, Taylor Laumeyer 7, Krista Motzko 10, Amanda Nissen 7, Presley Gonnerman 2, Hannah Ricard 8 … 3-point shots: Amundson 1, Laumeyer 1 … Rebound leader: NA … Assist leader: NA … Steal leader: NA

Friday’s result
Litchfield 55,
Pine River-Backus 37
Litchfield........................................- 55
PR-Backus.....................................- 37
Litchfield
23-49 FG; 5-12 FT; 21 fouls … Scoring: Kyndra Beavers 13, Hannah Norlin 8, Macy Huhner 6, Savanna Pater 8, Breanna Sittig 6, Hallie Euerle 4, Brynne Wahl 3, Hannah Banks 2, Brynna Goraczkowski 2, Mariah Hoff 3 … 3-point shots: Beavers 2, Hoff 1, Huhner 1 … Rebound leader: Beavers 5, Norlin 5 … Assist leader: NA … Steal leader: NA
Pine River-Backus
12-45 FG; 11-22 FT; 13 fouls … Scoring: Megan Felthous 11, Bailey Wynn 8, Megan Porta 7, Elizabeth Downie 4, Cheyenne Swenson 4, Andrea Semmler 2, Allison Anderson 1 … 3-point shots: Wynn 1, Felthous 1 … Rebound leader: Felthous 7, Porta 7 … Assist leader: NA … Steal leader: NA

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