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Local Roundup: Cards score early, down River Lakes

WILLMAR--Madison Garberding scored two first-period goals--the second unassisted--and Mya Monson scored in the second to help lead the Willmar girls hockey team to a 3-1 win over River Lakes on Tuesday at the Willmar Civic Center.

Willmar's Madison Garberding gets high-fives from her teammates after scoring her second goal of the first period in Tuesday's Central Lakes Conference game against River Lakes at the Willmar Civic Center. Joe Brown / Tribune
Willmar's Madison Garberding gets high-fives from her teammates after scoring her second goal of the first period in Tuesday's Central Lakes Conference game against River Lakes at the Willmar Civic Center. Joe Brown / Tribune

WILLMAR-Madison Garberding scored two first-period goals-the second unassisted-and Mya Monson scored in the second to help lead the Willmar girls hockey team to a 3-1 win over River Lakes on Tuesday at the Willmar Civic Center.

Garberding opened the scoring on an assist from Ashley Larson at 13:14, then added the unassisted tally about 90 seconds later for a 2-0 lead.

Monson scored on an assist from Bailey Olson at 16:31 of the second.

Willmar goalie Savana Knutson turned back 34 of 35 shots on goal.

River Lakes got on the board when Tyra Johnson scored on the power play with an assist from Aubrey Griffin at 5:09 of the third period.

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Willmar plays host to the St. Cloud Icebreakers at 7:15 p.m. Thursday.

Willmar 3, River Lakes 1

River Lakes 0 0 1 - 1

Willmar 2 1 0 - 3

FIRST PERIOD - W: Madison Garberding (Ashley Larson) 13:14 ... W: Garberding 14:41

SECOND PERIOD - W: Mya Monson (Bailey Olson) 16:31

THIRD PERIOD - RL: Tyra Johnson (Aubrey Griffin) 5:09 pp

GOALIE SAVES/SHOTS - River Lakes: Nicole Wander 18/21 ... Willmar: Savana Knutson 34/35

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MW 5,

LDC 2

Mound Westonka defeated Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato on Tuesday in Litchfield. No other information about the match was provided.

Boys Hockey

River Lakes 2,

Willmar 0

Cam Lemke and Griffin Duininck scored goals in River Lakes' win over Willmar on Tuesday at the Willmar Civic Center.

River Lakes' goalie Blake Vogt turned away all 17 shots he faced.

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River Lakes 0 1 1 - 2

Willmar 0 0 0 - 0

FIRST PERIOD - No scoring

SECOND PERIOD - R: Cam Lemke (Logan Stellmach) 5:35 pp

THIRD PERIOD - R: Griffin Duininck 11:49

GOALIE SAVES/SHOTS - River Lakes: Blake Vogt 17/17 ... Willmar: Gunnar Banks: 46/48

MW 4, LDC 1

Two goals in the second period turned out to be all Mound Westonka goalie Noah Coley would need in a victory over Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato on Tuesday.

LDC's Brandt Pedersen scored the Dragons' lone goal on an assist from Terrell Grangoth at 7:18 of the third period.

LDC 0 0 1 - 1

MW 0 2 2 - 4

FIRST PERIOD - No scoring

SECOND PERIOD - M: Michael Doshan (JP Oftedahl) 4:03 ... M: Adam Nobs (Ivan Sunder, Cooper Kantola) 11:59

THIRD PERIOD - M: Carter Hansen (Alex Farwell) 0:51 ... M: Doshan (Mitch Krebsbach) 3:53 ... L: Brandt Pedersen (Terrell Grangoth) 7:18

GOALIE SAVES/SHOTS - Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato: Darby Halonen 31/35 ... Mound Westonka: Noah Coley 21/22

NA3HL Hockey

Willmar 10,

Eugene 1

Willmar needed almost the entire first period to break the ice but the goals came in bunches after that as the WarHawks defeated Eugene 10-1 on Tuesday at the NA3HL Showcase in Blaine.

Andrew Pitleck scored the game's first goal at 18:44 of the first, but the WarHawks scored five goals in the first 10 minutes of the second period to all but ice the game.
Willmar's Marquez Ginger netted the hat trick and Ian Zaleski, Elijah Slagter and Brandon Holt all scored two goals.

Cameron Knowlton finished with four assists, and Pitleck and Slagter also had two assists apiece.

Jake Sumner and Lucas Ehrlich split time in goal. Sumner also got an assist on Slagter's short-handed goal in the third period.

Willmar 1 5 4 - 10

Eugene 0 1 0 - 1

FIRST PERIOD - W: Andrew Pitleck (Chase VanDeVere, Cameron Knowlton) 18:44

SECOND PERIOD - W: Elijah Slagter (Brandon Holt) 3:58 pp ... E: Broc Friesen (Dakota Henn) 5:54 ... W: Ian Zaleski 6:24 ... W: Holt (Trent Sylvester, Slagter) 8:08 ... W: Holt (Campbell Jackson, Slagter) 9:17 ... W: Marquez Ginger (Pitleck, Knowlton) 9:39

THIRD PERIOD - W: Slagter (Jake Sumner) 6:18 sh ... W: Zaleski (Jacob May) 13:06 ... W: Ginger (Knowlton) 16:04 ... W: Ginger (Pitleck, Knowlton) 19:50

GOALIE SAVES/SHOTS - Willmar: Lucas Ehrlich 4/5; Sumner 3/3 ... Eugene: Carson Roisum 35/45

Prep Wrestling

United Tri

KMS 50, Border West 30

KMS scored 32 points in the first seven matches and closed strong, as well, with pins in three of the final four weights against Border West on Tuesday.

KMS's Jared Carlson (138), Richard Jones (182), Marc Collins (220) and Brody Forsell (285) won their matches by fall.

106: Coy Gunderson, K, tech fall Cole Sykora 16-0 3:32

113: Chase magaard, K, maj dec Eli Larson 15-3

120: Ely Johnson, K, won by forfeit

126: Will Magaard, K, won by forfeit

132: Jace Olson, B, won by forfeit

138: Jared Carlson, K, pin Logan Brock 0:56

145: Luke Hoefer, K, tech fall Ethan Nachbor 17-2 5:25

152: Jacob Adelman, B, won by forfeit

160: Michael Niesen, B, pin Aiden Miller 4:51

170: Isaac Deal, B, pin Brandon Kallstrom 3:04

182: Richard Jones, K, pin Lance Nelson 2:39

195: Micheal Dennis, B, pin Ethan Peters 4:56

220: Marc Collins, K, pin Isaac Ebnet 0:38

285: Brody Forsell, K, pin Alex Bazoff 2:17

United 42,

KMS 39

Quentin Lehmann's win at 220 pounds and a forfeit at heavyweight helped United defeat KMS at the United Triangular on Tuesday.

KMS's Coy Gunderson (106), Will Magaard (126), Jared Carlson (138), Luke Hoefer (152) and Richard Jones (182) won matches by fall.

United's Landon Knoshal (120), Joey Foss (160), Keaton Haas (170), Richard Jones (182) and Lehmann won their weights by pin.

106: Coy Gunderson, K, pin Zander Clausen 2:59

113: Chase Magaard, K, dec. Dain Mortenson 7-3

120: Landon Knoshal, U, pin Ely Johnson 5:40

126: Will Magaard, K, pin Sam Zindel 2:36

132: Selvin Hernandez, U, won by forfeit

138: Jared Carlson, K, pin name not available 2:27

145: Trevon Johnson, U, won by forfeit

152: Luke Hoefer, K, pin Eli Lowery 3:04

160: Joey Foss, U, pin Aiden Miller 3:22

170: Keaton Haas, U, pin Brandon Kallstrom 1:10

182: Richard Jones, K, pin Quintin Garcia 0:33

195: Ethan Peters, K, won by forfeit

220: Quintin Lehmann, U, pin Brody Forsell 3:02

285: Tanner Johnson, U, won by forfeit

United 57,

Border West 19

United wrestlers won eight matches by fall-including the final two in a combined 25 seconds-in a victory over Border West at the United Triangular on Tuesday.

106: Zander Clausen, U, dec Cole Sykora 7-6

113: Dain Mortenson, U, pin Patrick Forcier 2:47

120: Landon Knoshal , U, won by forfeit

126: Sam Zindel, U, pin Jace Olson 2:28

132: Griffin Johnson, U, pin Ryder Schmidt 1:27

138: Selvin Hernandez, U, pin Logan Bock 0:43

145: Trevon Johnson, U, pin Ethan Nachbor 0:56

152: Jacob Adelman, B, pin Eli Lowery 3:24

160: Joey Foss, U, pin Sam Stafford 1:40

170: Issac Deal, B, dec. Keaton Haas 10-8

182: Lance Nelson, B, maj dec Quintin Garcia 14-2

195: Micheal Dennis, B, won by forfeit

220: Quintin Lehmann, U pin Issac Ebnet 0:07

285: Tanner Johnson, U, pin Alex Bazoff 0:18

Kimball Tri

New London-Spicer 42, NYA 27

Picking up wins in the first five matches, with four resulting in six points, a fast start provided the push New London-Spicer needed for a 42-27 win over Norwood-Young America on Tuesday.

Luke Knudsen, Ty Bisek, Blake Vagle and Nick McKenzie all won their respective matches by pin.

106: Luke Knudsen, NLS, pin Gabriel Michels 0:49

113: Ty Bisek, NLS, pin Reese Lentsch 1:30

120: Carson McCain, NLS, won by forfeit

126: Luke Ruter, NLS, dec. Wyatt Lemke 15-9

132: Blake Vagle, NLS, pin Riley Lentsch 2:47

138: Blake Kimpling, NYA, dec. Reid Holmquist 4-3

145: Josh Lord, NYA, pin Grant Hubbard 1:42

152: Kayden Wenninger, NLS, dec. Jared Kleindl 9-2

160: Tim Thein, NLS, won by forfeit

170: Lucas Urness, NYA, pin Isaiah Halvorson 0:47

182: Nicholas Christianson, NYA, won by forfeit

195: Double forfeit

220: Sam Meeker, NYA, inj. def. Jon Garcia

285: Nick McKenzie, NLS, pin Sean Franck 1:31

Kimball 46, New London-Spicer 30

New London-Spicer took a 16-0 lead through the first three matches of its dual with Kimball. But it wasn't enough of a cushion when the Cubs got three pins and three forfeit wins in a 46-30 loss for the Wildcats.

Ty Bisek, Blake Vagle and Nick McKenzie won by pin for NLS while they also got bonus points with a Luke Knudsen won by forfeit and a Luke Ruter major decision.

106: Luke Knudsen, NLS, won by forfeit

113: Ty Bisek, NLS, pinned Chase Anderson 1:34

120: Luke Ruter, NLS, maj. dec. Brett Schiefelbein 18-10

126: Alex Nelson, K, pinned Jace Neal 1:41

132: Blake Vagle, NLS, pinned Caden Guggisberg 1:41

138: Cody Leither, K, maj. dec. Reid Holmquist 12-2

145: Kayden Wenninger, NLS, dec. Brandon Guggisberg 11-5

152: Evan Nienaber, K, pinned Tim Thein 3:04

160: Josh Donnay, K, pinned Brian Johnson 0:52

170: Ashton Hanan, K, won by forfeit

182: Nicholas Bowen, K, won by forfeit

195: Carter Holtz, K, won by forfeit

220: Nick McKenzie, NLS, pinned Marcellus Jensen 0:38

285: Jimmy Wicker, K, won by forfeit

(NLS docked 1 point for unsportsmanlike)

Gymnastics

Willmar 139.775, Litchfield 127.800

Willmar gymnasts went 1-2-3 in the all-around for a big win against Litchfield Tuesday night.

Lydia Morrell took top honors with a 35.550, just ahead of teammate Abby Coquyt's 35.025 and Erica Schramm's 34.975.

Schramm won the vault and the balance beam with scores of 9.200 and 8.625, respectively, while Morrell won the bars with a 9.100. Schramm took second in the event with an 8.400.

Coquyt rounded out a clean sweep for the Cardinals, scoring a 9.200 on the floor.

Grace Borowicz turned in the best all-around performance for the Dragons, scoring 32.225, including a second-place finish on the floor.

ALL-AROUND - (1) Lydia Morrell, Will, 35.550 (2) Abby Coquyt, Will, 35.025 (3) Erica Schramm, Will, 34.975 (4) Grace Borowicz, Litch, 32.225 (5) Olivia Holmgren, Litch, 32.200

VAULT - (1) Schramm, Will, 9.200 (2) Coquyt, Will, 9.150 (3) Morrell, Will, 9.100 (4) Holmgren, Litch, 8.700 (5) Jessica Miller, Will, 8.650

BARS - (1) Morrell, Will, 9.100 (2) Schramm, Will, 8.400 (3) Coquyt, Will, 8.200 (4) Tayva Carruthers, Will, 8.100 (T-5) Borowicz, Litch, 8.050 (T-5) Presleigh Schrupp, Will, 8.050

BEAM - (1) Schramm, Will, 8.625 (2) Carruthers, Will, 8.550 (3) Morrell, Will, 8.500 (4) Coquyt, Will, 8.475 (5) Kim Joneson, Will, 7.700

FLOOR - (1) Coquyt, Will, 9.200 (T-2) Borowicz, Litch, 8.925 (T-2) Miller, Will, 8.925 (4) Morrell, Will, 8.850 (5) Schramm, Will, 8.750

Swimming and Diving

Willmar 108,

SC Tech 77

Willmar swimmers and divers won eight events as the Cardinals defeated St. Cloud Tech in a Central Lakes Conference dual meet at the Willmar High School pool on Tuesday.

Willmar won two relays, Ayden Schueler won the 200 Freestyle and the 500 Freestyle, and Kyle Bockelman won the 1-meter diving.

Mateo Marin-Mera won the 100 Butterfly, Jon Arends won the 100 Backstroke and Logan McGillivray won the 100 Breaststroke.

INDIVIDUAL (Winner and Willmar top 5)

200 MEDLEY RELAY - (1) Tech 1:51.28 (2) Willmar (Jon Arends, Logan McGillivray, Riley Zammert, Phil Stadem) 1:54.82 (3) Willmar (Joe Hurley, Aidan O'Meara, Ryan Pappenfus, Seth Jagow) 2:03.96 (5) Willmar (Carsyn Fairchild, Jacob Loerzel, Kadin Brabender, Brendan Pappenfus) 2:42.08

200 FREESTYLE - (1) Ayden Schueler, W, 1:55.76 ... (3) Colin O'Farrell, W, 2:05.49 (4) Ethan Hurley, W, 2:15.53

200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY - (1) Tom Hoffman, S, 2:13.26 (2) Mateo Marin-Mera, W, 2:15.81 (4) Logan McGillivray, W, 2:28.80 (5) Ryan Pappenfus, W, 2:38.51

50 FREESTYLE - (1) Carter Wavrin, S, 24.22 ... (3) Jacob Meyer, W, 24.32 (4) Phil Stadem, W, 25.39

DIVING - (1) Kyle Bockelman, W, 164.35 ... (3) Rafael Zelaya, W, 144.75

100 BUTTERFLY - (1) Mateo Marin-Mera, W, 1:00.33 ... (5) Riley Zammert, W, 1:12.52

100 FREESTYLE - (1) Tom Hoffmann, S, 52.67 (2) Jacob Meyer, W, 54.13 (3) Jon Arends, W, 55.39 (4) Seth Jagow, W, 58.71

500 FREESTYLE - (1) Ayden Schueler, W, 5:18.53 ... (3) Colin O'Farrell, W, 5:44.44 (4) Ethan Hurley, W, 6:21.85

200 FREESTYLE RELAY - (1) Willmar (Mateo Marin-Mera, Colin O'Farrell, Logan McGillivray, Ayden Schueler) 1:36.66 ... (3) Willmar (Jacob Meyer, Riley Zammert, Ethan Hurley, Seth Jagow) 1:43.30

100 BACKSTROKE - (1) Jon Arends, W, 1:02.61 (2) Phil Stadem, W, 1:05.43 ... (4) Joe Hurley, W, 1:08.05

100 BREASTSTROKE - (1) Logan McGillivray, W, 1:12.43 ... (3) Aiden O'Meara, W, 1:15.84 (4) Jacob Loerzel, W, 1:31.04

400 FREESTYLE RELAY - (1) Willmar (Jacob Meyer, Mateo Marin-Mera, Colin O'Meara, Ayden Schueler) 3:34.95

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