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Prep sports roundup: Late 3-pointer leads to Bold girls loss in OT

OLIVIA -- BOLD led almost the entire game but Canby's Alyssa Beckius hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer in regulation to tie the game and the Vikings hit free throws in overtime for a 68-59 win on Monday at BOLD High School.

OLIVIA - BOLD led almost the entire game but Canby’s Alyssa Beckius hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer in regulation to tie the game and the Vikings hit free throws in overtime for a 68-59 win on Monday at BOLD High School.

Natalie Dinius led the Lancers with 21 points and Sydney Sisk scored 15.

BOLD’s Makenna Steffel scored 26 points, Emily Gass had 11 points, five rebounds and three assists.

Peyton Weis had 10 points and Steffel had five rebounds.

BOLD plays at Minnewaska at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

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Canby 68, BOLD 59 OT
Canby (15-7) 22 35 11 - 68
BOLD (10-12) 29 28 2 - 59

Canby
Scoring: Morgan Viessman 8, Natalie Dinius 21, Sydney Sisk 15, Brook Bauman 11, Alyssa Beckius 5, Haley Varcoe 4, Lauri Hopp 4 … 3-point shots: Dinius 3, Sisk 3, Beckius 1 … Rebound leaders: NA … Assist leaders: NA … Steal leaders: NA

BOLD
Scoring: Emily Gass 11, Makenna Steffel 26, Peyton Weis 10, Makayla Snow 4, Whitney Haney 8 … 3-point shots: Haney 2, Weis 1, Gass 1 … Rebound leaders: Gass 5, Steffel 5, Haney 4, Abby Sigurdson 4, Morgan Flann 4 … Assist leaders: Gass 3, Snow 2, Flann 2 … Steal leaders: Steffel 2, Flann 2

CGB 49, KMS 47

KMS got three late cracks at a game-tying shot but were unable to convert, falling at home to four-win Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley Monday.

Though the Fighting Saints got double-figure scoring efforts from three players, the rest of the team combined for just two points.

Samathan Gjerde led the way with 18 points and Ashley Just added 16. Kallee Anderson finished with 11 points and 13 rebounds.

KMS closes its regular season with a home game against Dawson-Boyd Thursday.

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CGB (4-17) 21 28 - 49

KMS (10-12) 19 28 - 47

Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley

Scoring: Callie Vold 12, Kenedi Stotesbery 7, Kendra Gilsdorf 19, Emma Botker 5, Mikaela Bork 6 … 3-point shots: Stotesbery 1, Gilsdorf 1 … Rebound leaders: N/A … Assist leaders: N/A … Steal leaders: N/A

Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg

Scoring: Samantha Gjerde 18, Ashley Just 16, Andrea Olson 2, Kallee Anderson 11 … 3-point shots: Gjerde 4 … Rebound leaders: Anderson 13 … Assist leaders: Kari Holt 5 … Steal leaders: Just 4

BBE 63, Paynesville 48

Ashley Trustheim scored 21 points and the Jaguars pulled away from Paynesville Monday.

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Trustheim also pulled down five rebounds and had a team-high four steals and two assists, helping BBE improve to a season-best 11 games over .500.

The Bulldogs, who’ve still yet to win a CMC game, trailed by just four at halftime, but couldn’t keep pace as the game wore on.

Katelyn Spanier equaled Trustheim’s high scoring mark of 21.

Both teams return to action tonight. Paynesville is at Maple Lake and BBE travels to Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted.

Paynesville (0-11, 2-17) 23 25 - 48
BBE (8-3, 16-5) 27 36 - 63

Paynesville
Scoring: Hannah Lange 4, Katelyn Spanier 21, Katelyn Dingmann 4, Abbie Wuertz 11, Emma Stevens 8 … 3-point shots: Wuertz 2 … Rebound leaders: Lange 6, Dingman 6 … Assist leaders: Stevens 2 … Steal leaders: Spanier 3

Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa
Scoring: Bailey Buchholz 7, Cassandra Tensen 4, Morgan Gronli 13, Ashley Trustheim 21, Nicole Wesbur 7, Josie Kirckof 2, Hailey Braegelman 9 … 3-point shots: Buchholz 2, Gronli 1 … Rebound leaders: Wesbur 7, Trustheim 5 … Assist leaders: Tensen and Trustheim 2 … Steal leaders: Trustheim 4

Minnewaska 44, LQPV 40

While Kelsea Lund got the best of Carley Stewart in their scoring battle, Stewart’s team came out ahead at game’s end.

Stewart scored 23 points and the Lakers held LQPV scoreless for the opening 7:40 of the second half to grab a 44-40 win Monday.

In defeat, Lund finished with 25 points. She also led the Eagles with five rebounds, two assists and three steals.

Minnewaska hosts BOLD tonight. LQPV hosts Renville County West Thursday.

Minnewaska (16-7) 20 24 - 44
LQPV (14-9) 20 20 - 40

Minnewaska
Scoring: Maria Styve 1, Kendra Kuczek 2, Taylor Amundson 4, Abby VerSteeg 4, Emma Middendorf 4, Carley Stewart 23, Ashlyn Guggisberg 2, Ellie Danielson 4 … 3-point shots: Stewart 3 … Rebound leaders: N/A … Assist leaders: N/A … Steal leaders: N/A

Lac qui Parle Valley
Scoring: Haley Wollschlager 4, Lindsay Kranz 4, Kelsea Lund 25, Kelsey Kuechenmeister 5, Katyln Dades 2 … 3-point shots: Lund 1 … Rebound leaders: Lund 5 … Assist leaders: Lund 2 … Steal leaders: Lund 3

BLHS 73, RCW 57

Kiana Johnson had 16 points, Breanna Buboltz added 15 and the Mustangs took down RCW Monday.

Buboltz also had a team-high seven rebounds and seven assists.

Britney Marr scored 17 for RCW, which hasn’t won since Dec. 15.

Both teams have road games tonight. RCW is at Minneota and BLHS travels to New Ulm Cathedral.

RCW (1-19) 25 32 - 57
BLHS (6-16) 31 42 - 73

Renville County West
Scoring: Salma Perez 9, Carli Krogman 8, Britney Marr 17, Kristi Bratsch 1, Mikayla Pharr 6, Emily Fitzen 10, Reanna Flom 6 … 3-point shots: N/A … Rebound leaders: N/A … Assist leaders: N/A … Steal leaders: N/A

Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart
Scoring: Breanna Buboltz 15, Jordyn Feige 4, Emily Markgraf 8, Kiana Johnson 16, Mariah Paulson 15, Maddy Ehlers 9, Alaina Leske 2, Kaitlyn Kottke 1, Sara Kottke 3 … 3-point shots: Ehlers 3, Markgraf 2, S. Kottke 1, Buboltz 1 … Rebound leaders: Buboltz 7, Johnson 5, Paulson 5 … Assist leaders: Buboltz 7, S. Kottke 5 … Steal leaders: Buboltz 3, Markgraf 3

Boys
West Central

Minnewaska 74, Benson 63

In a preview of the upcoming Section 3AA opener, the Lakers rode an Austin VerSteeg double-double to an 11-point win.

VerSteeg was a force at both ends, finishing with a game-high 28 points and 13 rebounds, as Minnewaska blew open a game it led by just one at the half.

Adam Lindahl had 24 points to lead Benson. Zack Sonabend had a double-double as well with 14 points and 11 boards.

Before meeting in the postseason, each team has one regular season game to play. Benson is at Morris tonight and Minnewaska is at Melrose Thursday.

The section matchup is at 7 p.m. at Minnewaska Saturday.

Benson (2-10, 10-14) 31 32 - 63
Minnewaska (6-6, 16-7) 32 42 - 74

Benson
Scoring: Ty Hedman 4, Andrew Lindahl 4, Layton Connelly 10, Adam Lindahl 24, Josh Manzke 7, Zack Sonabend 14… 3-point shots: Connelly 2, Ad. Lindahl 2, Manzke 1, Hedman 1 … Rebound leaders: Sonnabend 11, Connelly 6 … Assist leaders: Three with 1 … Steal leaders:Sonnabend 2, Connelly 2

Minnewaska
Scoring: Collin Richards 2, Justin Amundson 2, Matt McIver 13, Matt Gruber 2, Greg Helander 11, Austin VerSteeg 28, Brandon French 3, Jake Peters 13 … 3-point shots: McIver 3, Peters 2, VerSteeg 1 … Rebound leaders: VerSteeg 13 … Assist leaders: N/A … Steal leaders: VerSteeg 2, McIver 2

BOLD 85 YME 59

Mason Mages was on fire from deep, carrying the Warriors to a 57-28 lead at halftime and a 26-point win with his seven 3-pointers and 28 total points.

BOLD’s Ethan Weis also dropped 18 points and had seven rebounds, and he also hit four 3s. Mages and Weis made 11 of BOLD’s 12 shots from deep.

Tommy Lindstrom had a nice game on the losing side of things, putting up 17 points and three steals.

The Warriors are on to sectional play next, while the Sting play Montevideo at home tonight for their final regular-season game.

BOLD (8-17) 57 28 - 85
YME (0-22) 28 31 - 59

BOLD
Scoring: Max Buchtel 8, Ethan Weis 18, Breckan Ebnet 4, Brenden Dunn 3, Joey Newville 7, Andrew Moorse 1, Ryan Snow 2, Mason Mages 28, Brad Wolff 8, Devin Gluesing 2, Ben Thompson 2, Logan Dahlk 2 … 3-point shots: Weis 4, Dunn 1, Mages 7 … Rebound leaders: Newville 8, Weis 7, Wolff 6 … Assist leaders: N/A … Steal leaders: N/A

Yellow Medicine East
Scoring: Nick Peterson 6, Tommy Lindstrom 17, Garrett Schmitz 9, Blake Helgeson 13, Nick Lindstrom 1, Trent Skjefte 2, Noah Christensen 10, Logan Thorstad 1 … 3-point shots: Peterson 1, Helgeson 2 … Rebound leaders: Schmitz 6, Christensen 6, Helgeson 5 … Assist leaders: Helgeson 4 … Steal leaders: T. Lindstrom 3

Hancock 86 KMS 57


Sophomore guard Noah Kannegiesser scored 38 points to hit 1,000 career points on the dot, a huge highlight for Hancock in their win over the Fighting Saints.

Kannegiesser had 22 of the Owls’ 39 points at halftime and also collected seven assists and three steals, far from just looking for his own shot. He was able to accomplish the feat before Hancock heads to the road to play Dawson-Boyd today.

Tyler Reese added 19 with seven boards for the Owls and Chandler Gramm had 11.

Brandon Rasmussen scored 18 points, leading the Saints, and was supported by Josh Peterson’s 13.

KMS (2-24) 31 26 - 57
Hancock (14-6) 39 47 - 86

Kerkoven-Murdock-Sunburg
Scoring: Brandon Rasmussen 18, Josh Peterson 13, Tanner Rohner 8, Weston Gjerde 8, Preston Mahlum 6, Vincent Tillman 4 … 3-point shots: Rasmussen 2, Gjerde 1 … Rebound leaders: N/A … Assist leaders: N/A … Steal leaders: N/A

Hancock
Scoring: Noah Kannegiesser 38, Tyler Reese 19, Chandler Gramm 11, Andrew Shaw 6, Collin Brown 6, Bryce Schmidgall 3, Mason Schmidgall 2, Peyton Rohloff 1 … 3-point shots: N/A … Rebound leaders: Brown 7, Reese 7 … Assist leaders: Kannegiesser 7, Brown 4 … Steal leaders: Kannegiesser 3

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