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Area basketball roundup

December 15, 2012
Marshall Independent

***Area boys' basketball***

Minneota 60, TMB 59

Austin Buysse had ice in his veins Friday night, sinking two free throws with no time remaining to pull the Minneota Vikings boys' basketball team from a 59-58 deficit into a 60-59 win over Tracy-Milroy-Balaton.

The Panthers had a 44-34 lead at halftime, but 11 missed free throws by TMB and 10 3-pointers for Minneota helped swing the Vikings in front of their Camden Conference comrades.

Dylan Tolk led a quartet of Vikings who finished with at least 11 points with 15, and added three 3s, six assists and three steals. Grant Hennen had 12 points for Minneota, while his 13 rebounds completed his double-double. Aaric Christenson had 14 points, while Buysse had 11.

Alec Swan had the hot hand for TMB from the field, pouring in 19 points, but was 0-for-5 from the foul line. Parker Lanoue also reach double figures with 14 points.

Minneota (2-2 overall, 1-2 Camden Conference) travels to Ivanhoe on Thursday for its next game against Lincoln HI, while the Panthers (2-1, 1-1) will look to shake off their first defeat today as they host Russell-Tyler-Ruthton.

TMB (59)

Jordan Lanoue 1 0-0 2, Mason Van Essen 4 0-1 8, Alec Swan 8 0-5 19, Parker Lanoue 5 1-3 14, Brian Fultz 3 0-1 8, Matt Lavoy 3 0-2 6, Michael Nilius 1 0-0 2. 25 1-12 59. 3-pointers 8 (Swan 3, P. Lanoue 3) Rebounds 26 Assists 11 (Fultz 4) Steals 6 Blocks 2 Turnovers 5 Total Fouls 12.

Minneota (60)

Aaric Christenson 5 2-2 14, Dylan Tolk 6 0-0 15, Daniel Harrison 3 1-3 8, Austin Buysse 3 3-4 11, Grant Hennen 5 0-0 12. Total 22 6-9 60. 3-pointers 10 (Tolk 3) Rebounds 33 (Hennen 13) Assists 20 (Tolk 6) Steals 8 (Tolk 3) Blocks 0 Turnovers 15 Total Fouls 16.

Halftime Score: TMB 44, Minneota 34

Ellsworth 50, Red Rock Central 48

Drew Cheskie's field goal with 1.1 seconds remaining in the game lifted the Ellsworth Panthers to their first win on the season, defeating Red Rock Central 50-48 Friday in Lamberton in a Red Rock Conference boys' basketball game.

Cheskie finished the game with eight points, while teammate D'Shaun Herman led all players with 21 points despite going 1 of 10 from the free throw line.

RRC was led by senior guard Jeff DeCock who had a team-high 15 points, as well as 10 rebounds, four assists, three steals and a block. Henry Rogotzke made 7 of 8 free throws on his way to 11 points for the Falcons.

Ellsworth improves to 1-3 overall and 1-1 in the conference with the win, whereas RRC falls to 1-3 on the year and 1-2 in conference play. The Falcons are back on the court on Thursday in Wabasso.

Ellsworth (50)

Johnathon Kramer 3 0-0 8, Daniel Kramer 0 2-2 2, Mitch Leuthold 2 1-2 5, D'Shaun Herman 8 1-10 21, Justin Kruse 3 0-0 6, Drew Cheskie 4 0-0 8. Totals 20 4-14 50. 3-pointers 6 (Herman 4) Rebounds 26 Assists 10 Steals 7 Blocks 0 Turnovers 13 Total Fouls 16.

RRC (48)

Henry Rogotzke 2 7-8 11, Jeff DeCock 6 3-4 15, Thomas Blomgren 3 1-1 7, Austin Price 2 0-0 6, Tyler Halland 1 0-0 2, Maison Miller 3 1-2 7. Totals 17 12-15 48. 3-pointers 2 (Price 2) Rebounds 24 (DeCock 10) Assists 8 (DeCock 4) Steals 7 (DeCock 3) Blocks 1 (DeCock) Turnovers 18 Total Fouls 13.

Halftime Score: Ellsworth 24, RRC 23.

GFW 59, Wabasso 54

Struggles from the free throw line proved costly for the Wabasso boys' basketball team Friday night in a Tomahawk Conference game against Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop in Winthrop.

The Rabbits went 9-for-18 from the foul line in a close 59-54 loss.

Three players combined to score all but six points for Wabasso. Neil Eichten had 17 points and four assists, Scott Jenniges tallied 16 points, and Tanner Bock added 15 points and 10 rebounds.

GFW was led by Seth Schuette, who had 16 points. Cade Leitheiser and Brett Rickheim also cracked double figures scoring for GFW, contributing 14 and 11 points, respectively.

The Rabbits drop to 2-3 overall and 1-1 in the Tomahawk Conference after the loss. They are back in action Monday at home against defending conference champion Sleepy Eye St. Mary's.

Wabasso (54)

Seth Guetter 1 0-0 3, Neil Eichten 7 2-2 17, Scott Jenniges 5 3-4 16, Matt Zeug 0 3-4 3, Tanner Bock 7 1-8 15. Totals 20 9-18 54. 3-pointers 5 Rebounds 32 (Bock 10, Guetter 10) Assists 12 (Eichten 4) Steals 12 (Bock 6) Blocks 2 Turnovers 15 Total Fouls 13.

GFW (59)

Seth Schuette 6 0-3 16, Jack Bussler 3 0-0 8, Tony Weber 1 0-0 2, Brett Rickheim 5 1-2 11, Shawn Jensen 4 0-0 8, Cade Leitheiser 5 4-6 14. Totals 23 5-11 59. 3-pointers 5 Total Fouls 21.

Halftime Score: GFW 27, Wabasso 24.

Elkton/Lake Benton 62, O-R/R 39

Senior forward Tyler Schindler poured in 24 points as the Elkton/Lake Benton Elks throttled Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 62-39 in South Dakota boys' basketball action Friday night in Lake Benton.

Ethan Pearson added 13 points for the Elks, who improved to 3-0 on the season. Braden Carmody had a strong all-around game with eight points, six rebounds, five assists and five steals.

O-R/R (0-2 overall) got 18 points and seven rebounds from Ryan Schlisner in the loss.

The Elks are back on the court Tuesday for a road game against DeSmet.

O-R/R10 6 9 14-39

E/LB12 20 13 17-62

O-R/R (39)

Leading Scorer: Ryan Schlisner 18. Totals 18 0-0 39. 3-pointers 3 Rebounds 22 (Schlisner 7) Assists 3 Steals 8 Turnovers 28 Total Fouls 12.

Elkton/Lake Benton (62)

Leading Scorers: Tyler Schindler 24, Ethan Pearson 13, Nathan Krog 8, Braden Carmody 8. Totals 25 8-11 62. 3-pointers 4 Rebounds 31 (Carmody 6) Assists 18 (Heath Schindler 7, Carmody 5) Steals 22 (H. Schindler 7, Carmody 5) Turnovers 15 Total Fouls 7.

CMCS 57, Lakeview 49

Central Minnesota Christian's Nick Daugherty filled up the stat sheet Friday in a 57-49 win over Lakeview in Camden Conference action in Prinsburg. The junior center scored 21 points with 13 rebounds, five assists and three blocks to help lift the Bluejays to their second straight win after dropping their first three games to open the season.

Jonah Dovre had a big game for the Lakers in the loss, putting up 17 points and pulling down 13 rebounds. Spencer Larsen added 12 points and seven boards, while Derek Larsen added 10 points in the losing effort.

The Lakers (3-1 overall, 2-1 Camden) have a tough matchup Tuesday when they take on 10th-ranked Dawson-Boyd in Cottonwood.

The Bluejays (2-3, 2-1) will go for three straight wins Tuesday when they play host to MACCRAY.

Lakeview (49)

Derek Larsen 4 0-0 10, Tyler Lange 2 0-0 4, Michael Alness 1 0-0 3, Jonah Dovre 5 7-11 17, Quinn Fenger 2 1-2 5, Spencer Larsen 6 0-2 12. Totals 19 8-15 49. 3-pointers 3 Rebounds 33 (Dovre 13, S. Larsen 7) Assists (Lange 4) Total Fouls 18.

CMCS (57)

Zach Zwart 3 0-0 7, Nick Daugherty 9 3-4 21, Grant Hoekstra 2 2-4 6, Sam Ohden 2 0-1 4, Lucas Van Epps 0 8-9 8, Austin Bulthuis 5 0-1 10, Josh Mulder 0 1-2 1. Totals 21 14-21 57. 3-pointers 1 Rebounds 34 (Daugherty 13) Asists 19 (Daugherty 5) Steals 10 (Hoekstra 3) Blocks 3 (Daugherty 3) Turnovers 12 Total Fouls 16.

Halftime Score: CMCS 27, Lakeview 17.

***Area girls' basketball***

Minneota 71, TMB 33

Class A girls' basketball's fifth-ranked team, the Minneota Vikings, proved to be an unruly guest as they took down Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 71-33 in Tracy Friday night.

Led by Taylor Reiss' 27 point, 10 rebound game, the Vikings stayed unbeaten on the season (6-0 overall) and in the Camden Conference (3-0). Minneota connected on 26 field goals, whereas TMB managed just 11 baskets.

Michelle Jerzak was the only Viking besides Reiss to reach double digits, scoring 10 points, but the team spread the ball as nine players wound up on the score sheet.

The Panthers were led by Cassie Hook's 13 points, but were undone largely by their 30 turnovers.

Both teams will be back on the court on Tuesday, as the Vikings play host to Lac qui Parle Valley in a non-conference game while TMB (2-3 overall, 1-2 Camden Conference) hosts conference foe Canby.

Minneota (71)

Molly Hennen 2 0-1 4, Shelby Corbin 3 1-2 7, Emily Stienessen 3 3-4 9, Taylor Reiss 8 10-16 27, Kelsey Maeyaert 0 2-2 2, Megan Larson 2 1-2 6, Payton Boerboom 2 0-1 4, Michelle Jerzak 5 0-1 10, Kelsea Tolk 1 0-0 2. Totals 26 17-29 71. 3-pointers 2 Rebounds 31 (Reiss 10) Assists 11 (Boerboom 4) Steals 15 Blocks 2 Turnovers 14 Total Fouls 19.

TMB (33)

Cassie Hook 4 3-6 13, Kelli Soupir 2 0-0 5, Morgan Hoffbeck 1 0-0 2, Nichy Iverson 2 0-0 4, Jenna Stoneberg 0 4-6 4, Sara Stoneberg 2 0-0 5. Totals 11 7-12 33. 3-pointers 4 (Hook 2) Rebounds 28 (Hoffbeck 7) Assists 8 (Hook 2, Soupir 2) Steals 8 Blocks 5 Turnovers 30 Total Fouls 23.

Halftime Score: Minneota 32, TMB 15.

Lakeview 60, CMCS 58 OT

It took an extra five minutes, but the Lakeview girls' basketball team managed to defend its home floor against Camden Conference rival Central Minnesota Christian on Friday in Cottonwood. The Lakers overcame 30 turnovers to take the game 60-58 in overtime. The game was tied 53-53 at the end of regulation.

Brianna Hoffman had a team-high 17 points for Lakeview, while also pulling down 10 rebounds and nabbing three steals. Corbyn Wee had 15 points, as did Allison Boerboom, with Wee contributing five assists and three steals as well. Boerboom added eight rebounds, while Madi Nelson had seven boards and 10 points.

CMCS (2-4 overall, 0-3 Camden Conference) was led by Karissa Wubben's game-high 20 points, while Alexis Scott poured in 16 points of her own.

The win brings Lakeview to 3-3 on the season (1-1 Camden). The Lakers will look to climb above .500 when travel to Dawson-Boyd on Tuesday for a conference matchup with the Blackjacks.

CMCS (58)

Karissa Wubben 8 1-6 20, Kailey Van Epps 0 0-2 0, Dani Wubben 2 7-9 13, Alexis Scott 6 4-8 16, Mary Covert 1 0-0 2, Jaclyn Swart 2 1-2 7. Totals 20 13-27 58. 3-pointers 5 (K. Wubben 3) Rebounds 30 (Scott 7, K. Wubben 7) Assists 8 (D. Wubben 3) Steals 14 (K. Wubben 4, Scott 3) Blocks 0 Turnovers 22 Total Fouls 28.

Lakeview (60)

Corbyn Wee 3 7-12 15, Brianna Hoffman 5 7-9 17, Brooklyn Hartle 0 1-2 1, Madi Nelson 3 2-2 10, Katie Timm 0 2-6 2, Allison Boerboom 5 5-7 15. Totals 16 24-40 60. 3-pointers 4 (Wee 2, Nelson 2) Rebounds 40 (Hoffman 10, Boerboom 8, Nelson 7) Assists 13 (Wee 5) Steals 15 (Wee 3, Hoffman 3, Nelson 3) Blocks 2 Turnovers 30 Total Fouls 24.

Halftime Score: Lakeview 28, CMCS 24.

RTR 49, Canby 40

Despite a strong effort from Ricki Kallhoff, the Canby Lancers girls' basketball team fell in Camden Conference play on Friday to Russell-Tyler-Ruthon 49-40 in Canby.

Kallhoff led all scorers with 15 points, while also leading the Lancers in rebounds (12), steals (4) and blocks (3). The Lancers made just 12 field goals and were 11 for 25 from the line, while turning the ball over 31 times over the 36 total minutes.

RTR was led by Justine Possail's 10 points, while Sam Brust (7), Dana Schaefer (8) and Destinee Strand (7) each aided in the Knights victory.

Canby (1-2 overall, 1-2 Camden Conference) travels to Tracy for a conference game with Tracy-Milroy-Balaton on Tuesday, whereas RTR (4-2, 2-1) travels to Ivanhoe to play Lincoln HI the same day.

RTR (49)

Justine Possail 4 2-3 10, Shayna Possail 1 0-0 2, Sam Brust 2 1-2 7, Janel Wichern 1 3-9 5, Dana Schaefer 3 2-6 8, Destinee Strand 1 4-6 7, Leslie Willert 1 0-0 2, Kaylie Nielsen 4 0-0 8. Totals 17 12-26 49. 3-pointers 3 (Brust 2) Rebounds 30 Assists 10 Steals 11 Blocks 3 Turnovers 17 Total Fouls 19.

Canby (40)

Brandi Merritt 3 1-1 9, Morgan Merritt 2 1-4 7, Tara Kockelman 2 1-2 6, Ricki Kallhoff 5 5-10 15, Kate Devos 0 2-2 2, Taylor Gorder 0 1-6 1. Totals 12 11-25 40. 3-pointers 5 (B. Merritt 2, M. Merritt 2) Rebounds 31 (Kallhoff 12) Assists 8 (B. Merritt 3, M. Merritt 3) Steals 12 (Kallhoff 4, M. Merritt 4) Blocks 3 (Kallhoff 3) Turnovers 31 Total Fouls 17.

Halftime Score: RTR 19, Canby 13

 
 

 

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