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Prep Basketball Roundup: Big first half pushes MACCRAY over DB

DAWSON -- MACCRAY jumped out to a big first-half lead and breezed to a 58-37 Camden Conference victory over Dawson-Boyd on Tuesday night. Alicia Ervin led the Wolverines with 19 points, seven rebounds and two steals. Carly Orwick had 12 points an...

DAWSON - MACCRAY jumped out to a big first-half lead and breezed to a 58-37 Camden Conference victory over Dawson-Boyd on Tuesday night.

Alicia Ervin led the Wolverines with 19 points, seven rebounds and two steals.

Carly Orwick had 12 points and four assists.

Dawson-Boyd’s Kaitlyn Willander and Alex Sather both scored eight points, and Alyssa Strand finished with eight points and a game-high 11 rebounds.

MACCRAY 58, Dawson-Boyd 37

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MACCRAY (3-1, 5-2) 31 27 - 58
DB (2-2, 2-5) 13 24 - 37

MACCRAY
Scoring: Ellie Thein 1, Emily Wrede 7, Carly Orwick 12, Meghan Listerud 2, Emily Orwick 7, Annie Sandry 4, Alicia Ervin 19, Sydney Schwitters 6 … 3-point shots: Ervin 2 … Rebound leaders: Thein 8, Wrede 7, Ervin 7 … Assist leader: Thein 5, C. Orwick 4, Ervin 4, Schwitters 4 … Steal leaders: Thein 4, Schwitters 3, Ervin 2

Dawson-Boyd
Scoring: Hannah Stelter 5, Kaitlyn Willander 8, Kelly Kvaal 2, Alyssa Strand 6, Kristyne Hamberg-Frank 2, Alex Sather 8, Avery Bartunek 4, Sydney Bartunek 2 … 3-point shots: Stelter 1, Willander 2 … Rebound leaders: Strand 11, S. Bartunek 6 … Assist leaders: Strand 3, Sather 3 … Steal leaders: Willander 3, Strand 2

LQPV 49, KMS 41 (OT)

In a game where both teams struggled to generate offense, the Lac qui Parle Valley Eagles used the three-ball to overcome Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg in overtime on Thursday night, 49-41. They went on a 13-5 run in overtime.

The Eagles scored 27 of their 49 points on three-pointers. Kelsea Lund had four of them on her way to 24 points and Haley Wollschlager had nine points with four assists and four steals. All her points came off threes.

Sam Gjerde scored 17 points, knocked down three treys, and had five assists for KMS. Kallee Anderson added eight points and ten rebounds.

LQPV is at Renville County West Thursday, while the Fighting Saints play Dawson-Boyd the same day.

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LQPV (4-0, 4-1) 23 13 13- 49
KMS (2-2, 2-3) 17 19 5 - 41

Lac qui Parle Valley
Scoring: Haley Wollschlager 9, Kelsea Lund 24, Grace Hegland 5, Lindsay Kranz 2, Sidney Gerdes 5, Kelsey Kuechenmeister 3, Katylin Gaddes 1 … 3-point shots: Gerdes 1, Hegland 1, Lund 4, Wollschlager 3 … Rebound leaders: Lund 9 … Assist leaders: Wollschlager 4 … Steal leaders: Wollschlager 4

KMS
Scoring: Wendy Bauman 2, Sam Gjerde 17, Ashley Just 4, Andrea Olson 10, Kallee Anderson 8 … 3-point shots: Gjerde 3 … Rebound leaders: Anderson 11 … Assist leaders: Just 2 … Steal leaders: Gjerde 5

RCW 41, CMCS 36

Carli Krogman and Britney Marr both went 3-for-4 at the free throw line down the stretch to ice Renville County West’s first win of the season on Tuesday in Renville.

The Jaguars (1-3, 1-4) led by 15 at halftime and held off Central Minnesota Christian School in the second half to keep the Bluejays winless.

Salma Perez scored 10 points and Emily Filzen followed with nine to pace RCW. Krogman and Mikayla Pharr both hooked six rebounds, Marr added four assists and three steals, and Filzen had three blocks.

Allison Bulthuis scored 13 points, grabbed nine rebounds, handed out four assists and made four steals for CMCS. Hannah Nelson also had four steals.

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RCW is at Lac qui Parle Valley and CMCS hosts MACCRAY on Thursday.

CMCS (0-4, 0-5) 12 24 - 36
RCW (1-3, 1-4) 27 14 - 41

CMCS
Scoring: Kalley Schwitters 4, Hannah Nelson 3, Allison Bulthuis 13, Kendra Brouwer 9, Ellie Greenwaldt 5, Tori Orred 2 … 3-point shots: Brouwer 3 … Rebound leaders: Bulthuis 9 … Assist leaders: Bulthuis 4 … Steal leaders: Bulthuis 4, Nelson 4

Renville County West
Scoring: Stephanie Zaske 6, Salma Perez 10, Carli Krogman 3, Britney Marr 3, Mikayla Pharr 6, Emily Filzen 9, Reanna Flom 4 … 3-point shots: Perez 3 … Rebound leaders: Krogman 6, Pharr 6 … Assist leaders: Marr 4 … Steal leaders: Marr 3 … Blocks: Filzen 3

YME 65, Minneota 57

Yellow Medicine East handed the Minneota girls their first conference loss in several years on Tuesday with a 65-57 victory.

Anna McCosh had a huge game with 27 points and 11 rebounds, allowing YME to pull away in the second half after the score was deadlocked at 32 at halftime. Makayla Dyrdahl added 17 points.

YME plays Paynesville on Monday.

Minneota (3-1, 4-1) 32 25 - 57
YME (2-2, 2-2) 32 33 - 65

Minneota
Scoring: Lydia Sussner 18, Charlie Josephson 11, Natalie Herigon 11, Amber Engels 7, Beth Hennen 4, Natalie Abraham 2, Brooke Sorensen 2, Nicole Evers 2 … 3-point shots: Josephson 2, Herigon 1 … Rebound leaders: N/A … Assist leaders: N/A … Steal leaders: N/A

Yellow Medicine East
Scoring: Anna McCosh 27, Makayla Dyrdahl 17, Jordan Hinz 8, Maggie Scheffler 5, Kenzie Dyrdahl 4, Kaitlyn Mortensen 4 … 3-point shots: Hinz 2 … Rebound leaders: McCosh 11, M. Dyrdahl 7 … Assist leaders: Hinz 3 … Steal leaders: McCosh 5, M. Dyrdahl 4

Wright County

Annandale 46, NLS 33

Father lost to son in Annandale on Tuesday.

Matt Dreier’s Cardinals held the Wildcats, coach by his father, Mike, to 12 second-half points in both team’s Wright County Conference opener.

Morgan Swenson led the Wildcats with 15 points but the rest of the Wildcats were held in check. Erin Tebben had seven rebounds and Megan Thorson had five points and six rebounds.

Alyssa Fredrick had four assists.

The Wildcats play host to Paynesville at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

NLS (0-1, 4-1) 21 12 - 12
Annandale (1-0, 4-0) 19 27 - 46

New London-Spicer
Scoring: Shea Oman 5, Brooke Beuning 4, Megan Thorson 5, Kabrie Weber 2, Erin Tebben 2, Morgan Swenson 15 … 3-point shots: Oman 1 … Rebound leaders: Tebben 7, Thorson 6 … Assist leader: Alyssa Fredrick 4 … Steal leaders: Oman 2, Tebben 2

Annandale
Scoring: Emma Atkinson 10, Hannah Groth 6, Hannah Purcell 11, Brittany Reimer 7, Kamryn D’Heilly 11, Allie Spaulding 1 … 3-point shots: Atkinson 3, Groth 1, Purcell 2, Reimer 1 … Rebound leaders: D’Heilly 5, Reimer 5 … Assist leaders: Atkinson 3, Reimer 4 … Steal leader: Reimer 3

West Central

Minnewaska 55, Melrose 39

The Lakers’ Carly Stewart had 21 points and Taylor Amundson added 12 in a West Central Conference road win Tuesday.

Emma Middendorf finished with eight points.

Melrose’s Brooklyn Loxtercamp and Mia Meyer both scored 10 points.

Minnewaska plays host to BBE at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

ACGC plays at Melrose at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Minnewaska (2-0, 4-2) 23 32 - 55
Melrose (0-2, 0-5) 17 22 - 39

Minnewaska
Scoring: Shelby Pfannenstein 6, Bailey Stewart 2, Kendra Kuczek 2, Taylor Amundson 12, Abby VerSteeg 1, Emma Middendorf 8, Carley Stewart 21, Ashley Guggisberg 3 … 3-point shots: Pfannenstein 2, Amundson 1, C. Stewart 3, Guggisberg 1 … Rebound leaders: NA … Assist leaders: NA … Steal leaders: NA

Melrose
Scoring: Mashaye Tschida 2, Whitney Austing 6, Cassie Klaphake 2, Maci Blommel 7, Brooklyn Loxtercamp 10, Mia Meyer 10, Makayla Leraas 2 … 3-point shots: None … Rebound leaders: Blommel 8, Meyer 5 … Assist leaders: Klaphake 3 … Steal leaders: Blommel 6, Klaphake 2, Austing 2

Central Minnesota

BBE 60, Paynesville 37

A big second half, offensively and defensively, propelled the Jaguars to their seventh-straight win on Tuesday in Paynesville.

Bailey Buchholz led BBE with 17 points and Morgan Gronli and Hailey Braegelman both scored 13 points.

Nicole Wesbur had eight points and 10 rebounds and Braegelman had nine boards.

Paynesville’s Katelyn Spanier had 18 points and 10 rebounds and Emma Stevens had eight points.

BBE (2-0, 7-0) 25 35 - 60
Paynesville (0-2, 1-4) 28 9 - 37

BBE
Scoring: Bailey Buchholz 17, Morgan Gronli 13, Hailey Braegelman 13, Nicole Wesbur 8, Cassandra Tensen 3, Ashley Trustheim 2, Boyle 2, Kirckof 1 … 3-point shots: Buchholz 4, Gronli 2, Tensen 1 … Rebound leaders: Wesbur 10, Braegelman 9 … Assist leaders: 3 tied with 1 … Steal leaders: Gronli 4, Braegelman 3

Paynesville
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