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Local Roundup: Morris/CA downs ACGC

MORRIS -- Malory Anderson, Maddie Carrington and Sophia Carlson all scored in double figures to lead Morris/Chokio-Alberta over ACGC 61-20 on Tuesday.

MORRIS - Malory Anderson, Maddie Carrington and Sophia Carlson all scored in double figures to lead Morris/Chokio-Alberta over ACGC 61-20 on Tuesday.

Anderson had 11 rebounds and nine rebounds, Carrington and Carlson both scored 10 points. Riley Decker and Kylie Swanson both scored nine points and Kendra Wevley had eight.

Jeana Denton led ACGC with seven points and Rachel Wilner scored five.

Morris/CA 61,

ACGC 20

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ACGC (2-5) 9 11 - 20

Morris/CA (3-2) 39 22 - 61

ACGC - Scoring: Jeana Denton 7, Lindsay Minnick 4, Rachel Wilner 5, Pailey Wilner 2, Alexis Schmidt 2 ... 3-point shots: Denton 1, R.Wilner 1 ... Rebound leader: NA ... Assist leader: NA ... Steal leader: NA

MORRIS/CHOKIO-ALBERTA - Scoring: Maddie Carrington 10, Emma Bowman 2, Riley Decker 9, Lexi Pew 2, Kylie Swanson 9, Malory Anderson 11, Sophia Carlson 10, Kendra Wevley 8 ... 3-point shots: Carrington 2, Decker 3 ... Rebound leader: Anderson 9, Swanson 5 ... Assist leader: Carrington 3, Makenna Kehoe 3, Swanson 3 ... Steal leader: Bowman 4, Carrington 3

Boys Basketball

Sleepy Eye 77, BLHS 49

Judson Watkins scored 11 points for Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart in a loss to Sleepy Eye Tuesday.

Sleepy Eye (1-2) 42 35 - 77

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BLHS (1-2) 19 30 - 49

SLEEPY EYE - Stats not provided

BUFFALO LAKE-HECTOR-STEWART - Scoring: Elijah Stifter 5, Ben Dornseif 9, Nathan Schultz 10, August Bergstrom 2, Phillip Kirtz 4, Judson Watkins 11, Braden McColley 2, Sutton Melberg 4, name not available 2 ... 3-point shots: Stifter 1, Dornseif 1, Schultz 1, Watkins 1 ... Rebound leader: Kirtz 9, Melberg 5 ... Assist leader: McColley 1 ... Steal leader: Schultz 2, Watkins 2

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