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Prep Basketball Roundup: ACGC to face Cowboys in Case IH title game

BENSON -- Breckenridge and ACGC will play for the championship of the Case IH Tournament on Saturday in Benson. Breckenridge downed MACCRAY and ACGC defeated Benson in Friday's first-round games. MACCRAY plays Benson at 6 p.m. today in the tourna...

BENSON - Breckenridge and ACGC will play for the championship of the Case IH Tournament on Saturday in Benson.

Breckenridge downed MACCRAY and ACGC defeated Benson in Friday’s first-round games.

MACCRAY plays Benson at 6 p.m. today in the tournament’s third-place game, and Breckenridge plays ACGC for the championship at 8 p.m.

Breckenridge 98, MACCRAY 65

The Cowboys had their offense in high gear from the start, nearly topping the century mark against the Wolverines in the opening game of the Case IH tournament on Friday.

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MACCRAY’s Brady Madsen scored 20 of his team-high 23 points in the second half and Jackson Grussing finished with 13 points.

Madsen also had five assists and Chase Christensen had seven rebounds.

Breckenridge (4-3) 48 50 - 98
MACCRAY (3-4) 29 36 - 65

Breckenridge
Scoring: Carson Yaggie 6, Brock Pearson 4, Hunter Aigner 16, Derek Dahlgren 10, Ashton Hegge 14, Stevin Lipp 25, Jaxton Henning 6, Erik Manning 4, Noah Christensen 9, Austin Ramos 4 … 3-point shots: Aigner 2, Lipp 4, Hegge 1, Christensen 1 … Rebound leaders: Lipp 9, Ramos 8 … Assist leaders: Lipp 7 … Steal leaders: Christensen 3

MACCRAY
Scoring: Colton Swart 4, Connor Cronen 9, Brady Madsen 23, Jackson Grussing 13, Tyler Plowman 5, Chase Christenson 2, Dylan Dirksen 6 … 3-point shots: Swart 1, Cronen 1, Madsen 5, Plowman 1 … Rebound leaders: Christenson 7, Swart 4 … Assist leaders: Madsen 5, Swart 4 … Steal leaders: Madsen 2, Grussing 2

ACGC 67, Benson 54

Colton Minnick had the big double-double with 24 points and 10 rebounds, Gabriel Eisenbacher added 15 with eight boards, and ACGC cruised to a 67-54 win over Benson.

The Falcons connected on 52 percent of their field goals.

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ACGC plays its second game of the Case IH tournament against Breckenridge today, while Benson takes on MACCRAY.

ACGC (3-4) 33 34 - 67
Benson (3-2) 17 37 - 54

ACGC
Scoring: Ryan Amdahl 6, Jaren Kaddatz 6, Brendan Hedtke 2, Adam Johnson 5, Gabriel Eisenbacher 15, Colton Minnick 24, Erik Belgum 11 … 3-point shots: Minnick 1 … Rebound leaders: Johnson 10, Minnick 10, Eisenbacher 8 … Assist leaders: Minnick 2, Belgum 2 … Steal leaders: Minnick 4

Benson
Statistics not provided.

Non-Conference

Hancock 62, Ashby 40

Hancock improved to 4-1 with a win over Ashby on Friday in Hancock.

Noah Kannegiesser scored 17 points and had six assists and five steals.

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Tyler Reese had 14 points and nine rebounds, Chandler Gramm finished with 11 points and eight boards, and Collin Brown had 12 points and seven rebounds.

The Owls held a 38-17 rebounding advantage.

Hancock takes on Underwood at 7:30 p.m. Monday.

Ashby (0-8) 17 23 - 40
Hancock (4-1) 38 24 - 62

Ashby
Scoring: Christian Norby 13, Scott Johnson 10, Christian Koefod 6, Nathan Cook 5, Mason Jensen 2, Eric Amundson 2, Miles Wing 2 … 3-point shots: Johnson 1, Cook 1 … Rebound leaders: NA … Assist leaders: NA … Steal leaders: NA

Hancock
Scoring: Noah Kannegiesser 17, Tyler Reese 14, Collin Brown 12, Chandler Gramm 11, Bryce Schmidgall 6, Andrew Shaw 2 … 3-point shots: Kannegiesser 1 … Rebound leaders: Reese 9, Gramm 8, Brown 7, Schmidgall 6 … Assist leaders: Kannegiesser 6, Schmidgall 4 … Steal leaders: Kannegiesser 5

BOLD 72, Cedar Mountain/Comfrey 58

BOLD poured in the scoring to come out on top over Cedar Mountain/Comfrey 72-58.

Thomas Meyers and Ethan Weis combined for 37 points. This was BOLD’s second-highest scoring output of the season, only behind the 77 they put up against Paynesville on Dec. 15.

Chandler Rose led Cedar Mountain with 18 points.

The Warriors are in action again in Montevideo Tuesday

CM/C (2-5) 33 25 - 58
BOLD (2-5) 37 35 - 72

Cedar Mountain/Comfrey
Scoring: Dylan Hilesheim 8, Colin Raddatz 3, Chandler Rose 18, Eli Samuelson 7, Preston Maurer 8, Drew Dallenbach 14 … 3-point shots: Raddatz 1 … Rebound leaders: N/A … Assist leaders: N/A … Steal leaders: N/A

BOLD
Scoring: Max Buchtel 5, Ethan Weis 18, Thomas Meyers 19, Andrew Moorse 1, Ryan Snow 3, Mason Mages 13, Brad Wolff 11, Logan Dahlk 2 … 3-point shots: Buchtel 1, Weis 1, Meyers 3, Mages 2 … Rebound leaders: Dahlk 9, Wolff 7 … Assist leaders: Weis 3, Wolff 4 … Steal leaders: N/A

Rockford 50, Litchfield 45

Nick Schultz’s 19 points and Carter Olsen’s 14 points with seven rebounds were enough to propel Rockford over Litchfield Friday.

The Dragons committed 25 turnovers, but Jon Madsen and Noah Kreger were bright spots with 12 and 11 points respectively. Litchfield had a good second half after a nine-point deficit at halftime, but it wasn’t enough.

The Dragons are in action again at home against Benson Tuesday.

Litchfield (2-5) 17 28 - 45
Rockford (7-1) 26 24 - 50

Litchfield
Scoring: Noah Kreger 11, Brandon Nelson 5, Owen Boerma 3, Luke Schultz 9, Jon Madsen 12, Carter Wattenhofer 3 … 3-point shots: Kreger 3, Nelson 1, Boerma 1, Schultz 1 … Rebound leaders: Wattenhofer 8, Madsen 5 … Assist leaders: Peyton Aller 3 … Steal leaders: N/A

Rockford
Scoring: Carter Olsen 14, Jake Hall 2, Tommy Traen 6, Nathan Steenstra 2, Nick Schultz 19, Jimmy Monssen 5, Grant Friedlein 2 … 3-point shots: Olsen 1, Schultz 2 … Rebound leaders: Olsen 7, Traen 5 … Assist leaders: Monssen 5 … Steal leaders: Traen 3, Monsen 3

Camden

LQPV 77, RCW 55

Lucas Strand poured in 26 points, Noah Jensen had a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds, and Lac qui Parle Valley put away Renville County West in the second half Monday, 77-55.

The score was tied at 26 at halftime, but LQPV outscored the Jags 51-29 in the second half.

Jon Kronlokken and Adam Terhaar each scored 11 points to lead the balanced Jags.

The Eagles are matched with BOLD in Willmar on Dec. 28 for their next game. RCW heads to Mountain Lake the same day.

RCW (1-4, 3-6) 26 29 - 55
LQPV (4-1, 4-4) 26 51 - 77

Renville County West
Scoring: Reese Marks 7, Colin Thompson 10, Jon Kronlokken 11, Brady Holwerda 8, Spencer Mortensen 3, Adam Terhaar 11, Justin Schrupp 5 … 3-point shots: Kronlokken 3, Terhaar 3, Holwerda 2, Marks 1, Mortenson 1, Schrupp 1 … Rebound leaders: Mortensen 8, Holwerda 6 … Assist leaders: 3 tied with 2 … Steal leaders: 3 tied with 2

Lac qui Parle Valley
Scoring: Corey Roggenbuck 8, Jamison Warner 6, Connor Oie 11, Isaac Gerdes 6, Tom Witte 4, Ross Olson 3, Lucas Strand 26, Noah Jensen 13 … 3-point shots: Warner 2 … Rebound leaders: Jensen 12, Olson 7 … Assist leaders: N/A … Steal leaders: Witte 4

Dawson-Boyd 64, KMS 51

Dawson-Boyd’s Jess Hansen hit six 3-pointers and scored 26 points as the Blackjacks defeated KMS in a Camden Conference game on Friday in Kerkhoven.

Hansen also had five rebounds, seven assists and two steals, and Eli Weber finished with 14 points and nine rebounds.

KMS’ Tanner Rohner also hit six 3-pointers and scored 20 points. Josh Peterson had nine points and Preston Mahlum had eight points and nine rebounds.

KMS plays next at Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley at 7:30 p.m.Tuesday.

Dawson-Boyd (3-2, 4-2) 38 26 - 64
KMS (0-5, 1-7) 31 20 - 51

Dawson-Boyd
Scoring: Jess Hansen 26, Eli Weber 14, Braden Thompson 8, Alex Swenson 6, Bentley Boike 6, Dalton Kostad 4 … 3-point shots: Hansen 6, Thompson 2, Weber 1 … Rebound leaders: Hansen 5, Swenson 5 … Assist leaders: Weber 9, Hansen 7 … Steal leaders: Hansen 2

KMS
Scoring: Tanner Rohner 20, Josh Peterson 9, Preston Mahlum 8, Weston Gjerde 7, Brandon Rasmussen 3, Ian Caldwell 2, Vince Tillman 2 … 3-point shots: Rohner 6, Rasmussen 1, Peterson 1, Gjerde 1 … Rebound leaders: Mahlum 9 … Assist leaders: Rasmussen 8, Rohner 4, Gjerde 4 … Steal leaders: Rasmussen 2, Gjerde 2

Wright County

Annandale 61, NLS 35

Alex Alama made five 3-pointers to net 15 points and Jarod Wilken also scored 15 points as the duo sparked unbeaten Annandale at home on Friday.

Mitchell Halvorson with 10 points was the only Wildcat to score in double figures. Jacob Klavetter added five points, five rebounds and two assists, and Derrick Laudenbach had six points and six rebounds.

Halvorson added five rebounds.

NLS hosts top-ranked Melrose (Class AA) on Tuesday.

NLS (1-1, 2-5) 19 16 - 35
Annandale (2-0, 8-0) 31 30 - 61

New London-Spicer
Scoring: Jacob Klavetter 5, Brandon Adelman 6, James Magnuson 3, Mitchell Halvorson 10, Derrick Laudenbach 6, Jackson Ness 2, Jaden Hanson 3 … 3-point shots: Hanson 1, Adelman 1, Klavetter 1 … Rebound leaders: Laudenbach 6, Klavetter 5, Halvorson 5 … Assist leaders: Klavetter 2 … Steal leaders: Magnuson 2

Annandale
Scoring: Brock Fobbe 5, Alex Alama 15, Brad Weege 8, AJ Hinz 8, Trenton Peterson 3, Nick Bieniek 5, Jake Wadman 2, Jarod Wilken 15 … 3-point shots: Alama 5, Fobbe 1, Peterson 1, Bieniek 1, Wilken 2 … Rebound leaders: Wilken 5, Weege 4, Alama 4 … Assist leaders: Fobbe 4, Wilken 3 … Steal leaders: Fobbe 3, Hinz 3

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