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Area basketball roundup

February 13, 2013
Marshall Independent

Area boys' basketball

TMB 50, Minneota 46

The Tracy-Milroy-Balaton boys' basketball team withstood a second-half run by Minneota to take the 50-46 Camden Conference win on Tuesday in Tracy.

Parker Lanoue led the Panthers (6-14 overall, 4-7 Camden) with 14 points, seven rebounds and three assists. while Brian Fultz added 11 points in the win.

Aaric Christenson hit four 3-pointers for 12 points in the Minneota (13-8, 7-7) loss, while Dan Harrison and Austin Buysse each scored 10. Buysse added six rebounds and an assist, while Harrison recorded two steals.

TMB will travel to Kerkhoven to face Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg on Thursda,y while Minneota will play host to Ortonville next Tuesday.

Minneota (46)

Aaric Christenson 4 0-0 12, Dan Harrison 5 0-0 10, Austin Buysse 3 1-1 10, David Noyes 1 0-0 2, Grant Hennen 3 0-1 6, Matt Knudson 2 0-0 6. Totals 18 1-2 46. 3-pointers 9 (Christenson 4, Buysse 3, Knudson 2) Rebounds 19 (Buysse 6) Assists 1 (Buysse) Steals 4 (Harrison 2) Fouls 16 Turnovers 8.

TMB (50)

Jordan Lanoue 1 1-2 3, Alec Swan 4 0-1 9, Parker Lanoue 4 3-3 14, Josh Kirk 1 0-0 2, Brian Fultz 4 0-0 11, Matt LaVoy 1 0-0 2, Michael Nilius 1 0-1 2, Brett Swenhaugen 3 1-2 7. Totals 19 5-9 50. 3-pointers 7 (P. Lanoue 3, Fultz 3, Swan 1) Rebounds 25 (P. Lanoue 7), Assists 10 (Swan 3, P. Lanoue 3, LaVoy 3) Steals 3 (Lanoue 2) Fouls 11 Turnovers 5.

Halftime Score: TMB 24, Minneota 12.

Fulda 59, WWG 58

The Westbrook-Walnut Grove boys' basketball team fell to Fulda 59-58 on a buzzer-beater from Todd Peterson on Tuesday night in Red Rock Conference action.

The Chargers (7-13 overall, 3-9 RRC) were led by Taylor Lindaman, who had 16 points. Aaron Hass and Andrew Merrick scored 13 and 11, respectively.

The Chargers will be in action again on Friday as they play host to Murray County Central in Westbrook.

WWG (58)

Andrew Merrick 5 1-4 11, Taylor Lindaman 4 8-8 16, Reed Bakken 0 2-2 2, Alex Knutson 4 0-0 8, Shane Buchman 1 0-0 2, Matt Otto 1 4-5 6, Aaron Hass 6 1-2 13. Totals 21 16-21 58. Fouls 18.

Fulda (59)

Cole Dierks 3 2-2 10, Josh Ramerth 1 0-0 2, Trevor Ruesch 1 3-5 5, Kole Kramer 0 1-2 1, Zach Holt 2 0-0 6, Todd Peterson 5 2-3 14, Andy Oakland 7 12-18 21. Totals 19 12-18 59. 3-pointers 9 (Oakland 3, Dierks 2, Holt 2, Peterson 2) Fouls 13.

Halftime Score: WWG 28, Fulda 22.

Mountain Lake Area 65, RRC 54

Mountain Lake Area closed out a 14-point deficit with only seven minutes left in Tuesday night's game against the Red Rock Falcons. The team managed a 65-54 victory with a total of 34 rebounds.

Carter Kirk led Mountain Lake with a total of 21 points. The team also saw 14 points contributed by Josiah Stoesz and 10 points by Andrew Hempeck. This win puts the Mountain Lake Wolverines at 18-3 overall and 12-0 in the Red Rock Conference.

RRC's Henry Rogotzke was the night's top scorer with 27 points and two blocks. Jeff DeCock also played a solid game, adding 16 points to the score, plus three assists and two steals.

Mountain Lake will go on to play Southwest Minnesota Christian on Friday. RRC will face off against Westbrook-Walnut Grove Tuesday.

Mountain Lake Area (65)

Tylor Duerksen 2 0-2 2, Spencer Harder 1 0-0 2, Cody Klassen 3 2-2 8, Andrew Hempeck 3 1-2 10, Josiah Stoesz 5 4-5 14, Zach Dickens 3 1-1 7, Carter Kirk 6 9-14 21, Josh Fast 0 1-2 1. Totals 22 18-28 65. 3-pointers 1 (Hempeck) Assists 7 Steals 8 Blocks 2 Turnovers 13 Total Fouls 17.

RRC (54)

Henry Rogotzke 9 5-7 27, Jeff DeCock 6 4-7 16, Thomas Blomgren 2 0-2 4, Tanner Pederson 2 1-1 5, Austin Price 0 0-0 6, Tyler Hallan 0 0-1 0. 3-pointers 2 (Price), Assists 9 (DeCock 3), Steals 4 (DeCock 2), Blocks 2 (Rogotzke 2), Turnover 19 Total Fouls 18.

Halftime Score: RRC 37, Mountain Lake Area 34.

Canby 57, LQPV 49

Michael Sisk poured in 23 points and grabbed eight rebounds to power the Canby boys' basketball team to a 57-49 victory over Lac qui Parle Valley in a non-conference game played Tuesday in Madison.

Josh Gallegos and Kristian Leppke each scored 10 points for the Lancers (17-4 overall), and Michael Slaba added nine points, 12 rebounds and four assists.

LQPV got 26 points from Dylan Erickson, who hit five 3-pointers.

The Lancers resume Camden Conference play Friday at Tracy-Milroy-Balaton.

Canby (57)

Michael Slaba 2 3-4 9, Nate Stafki 2 0-0 5, Michael Sisk 8 7-8 23, Josh Gallegos 4 2-2 10, Kristian Leppke 2 6-6 10, Kyle Devos 0 0-2 0. Totals 18 18-22 57. 3-pointers 3 Rebounds 40 (Slaba 12, Sisk 8) Assists 10 (Slaba 4) Steals 4 Turnovers 9 Total Fouls 9.

LQPV (49)

Jordan Brehmer 1 0-0 3, Dylan Erickson 10 1-1 26, Garrett Olson 1 0-0 3, Austin Haas 2 1-2 5, Colby Siegert 0 1-2 1, Dazhown Coleman 3 0-1 6, Eric Smith 2 1-2 4. Totals 19 4-8 49. 3-pointers 8 (Erickson 5) Total Fouls 19.

Halftime Score: Canby 30, LQPV 29.

RCW 75, E.C.H.O. Charter 63

E.C.H.O. Charter School fell to Renville-County-West 75-63 on Tuesday night.

Shawn Peterson led the Rockets (0-8 overall) with 18 points, while Abe Faugstad added 15. Tanner Lentz and Nick Pingel each added 13 in the loss.

Ian Engstrom led all scorers with 37 for the Jaguars (2-19).

The Rockets are in action again on Friday when they play host to Lincoln HI in Echo.

E.C.H.O. Charter (63)

DJ Ose 0 4-4 4, Tanner Lentz 5 3-3 13, Nick Pingel 5 0-0 13, Abe Faugstad 4 6-8 15, Shawn Peterson 8 0-2 18. Totals 22 13-17 63. 3-pointers 6 (Pingel 3, Peterson 2, Faugstad 1) Fouls 19.

RCW (75)

Mitch Treml 4 0-3 10, Colin Thompson 1 2-2 4, Brady Holwerda 4 0-0 8, Roly Barajas 4 2-2 11, Griffin Schaub 1 0-0 3, Nathan Refsland 1 0-4 2, Ian Engstrom 16 2-5 37. Totals 31 6-16 75. 3-pointers 7 (Engstrom 3, Treml 2, Barajas 1, Schaub 1 Fouls 18.

Halftime Score: RCW 40, E.C.H.O. Charter 27.

Springfield 72, Wabasso 62

Behind five players in double figures, the Springfield Tigers picked up their sixth win a row while simultaneously handing the Wabasso Rabbits boys' basketball team its fifth consecutive loss, as the Tigers stretched a 35-27 halftime lead into a 72-62 victory in Wabasso on Tuesday.

Tanner Bock pulled down 16 rebounds to go with his 11 points for a double-double, while Seth Guetter connected on three 3-pointers on his way to 13 points for the Rabbits. Wabasso was led offensively by Neil Eichten's 26 points.

Three Tigers recorded 16 points in the win to pace the Tigers. Cooper Scheffler drained four 3s on his way to 16, while Cole Milbrath and Isaac Krischstein also scored 16 points for Springfield.

The Tigers improve to 16-5 on the season (11-3 Tomahawk Conference), while the Rabbits drop to 8-14 overall (5-9) with the loss. Wabasso returns to the court on Friday for a home conference game with Cedar Mountain/Comfrey.

Springfield (72)

Christopher Kretsch 5 0-1 12, Cooper Scheffler 6 0-1 16 Cole Milbrath 6 2-2 16, Isaac Krischstein 5 3-4 16, Tyler Vogel 6 0-0 12. Totals 28 5-8 72. 3-pointers 11 (Scheffler 4, Krischstein 3, Kretsch 2, Milbrath 2) Total Fouls 14.

Wabasso (62)

Seth Guetter 5 0-0 13, Neil Eichten 11 2-2 26, Scott Jenniges 2 1-2 6, Matt Zeug 3 1-2 7, Tanner Bock 5 1-3 11. Totals 26 5-9 62. 3-pointers 5 (Guetter 3, Eichten 2) Rebounds 27 (Bock 16) Assists 13 (Bock 4) Steals 8 Blocks 3 Turnovers 6 Total Fouls 9.

Halftime Score: Springfield 35, Wabasso 27

Sauk Centre 89, YME 52

Sauk Centre shot 55 percent from the field on its way to defeating Yellow Medicine East 89-52 Tuesday in a West Central Conference boys' basketball game played in Granite Falls.

Nick Adams scored 24 points and had 10 rebounds to lead Sauk Centre.

YME got 14 points from Blake Lindstrom, who connected on four 3-pointers. Logan DeBlieck also tallied 14 points for the Sting, who drop to 1-16 overall and 0-12 in the conference and will play at Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg on Thursday.

Sauk Centre (89)

Andrew Primus 1 0-0 2, Seth Otte 3 3-4 10, Patrick Knoblauch 7 3-5 17, Aaron Deschene 1 0-0 3, Austin Kandkammer 2 0-0 4, Matthew Moritz 1 0-0 2, Josh Buschette 5 1-2 14, Dylan Kohorst 1 2-2 4, Nick Adams 9 6-7 24, Adam Jensen 2 1-2 5, Casey Weber 2 0-0 4. Totals 24 16-23 89. 3-pointers 5 Rebounds 36 Assists 9 Steals 12 Blocks 1 Turnovers 8 Total Fouls 15.

YME (52)

Austin Vikander 1 1-2 3, Blake Lindstrom 1 0-0 14, Chase Richter 2 0-1 5, Nate Anderson 4 0-0 8, Jordan Nens 1 0-0 2, Tyson Velde 1 1-1 3, Ted Sjurseth 1 1-3 3, Logan DeBlieck 5 4-6 14. Totals 20 7-13 52. 3-pointers 5 (Lindstrom 4) Rebounds 31 (Anderson 8) Assists 11 (Anderson 4) Steals 5 Blocks 3 (Richter 2) Turnovers 18 Total Fouls 19.

Halftime Score: Sauk Centre 47, YME 32.

Area girls' basketball

Wabasso 57, Springfield 48

Larissa Rohlik contributed 17 points and four steals to help Wabasso win 57-48 against the Springfield Tigers Tuesday night in Springfield.

Chelsey Guetter helped keep Wabasso ahead with 14 points, 12 rebounds and two blocks. This win clinched the Tomahawk Conference Championship title for the Rabbits, with a 14-1 conference record and 22-2 overall record.

Jordan Salonek led the Tigers with 13 points. Tiffany Schwanke got nine points, and Joeli Arnoldi and Samantha Groebner each added seven.

Wabasso will play against the Cedar Mountain Cougars on Friday. The Springfield Tigers (12-10 overall) go on to play Truman at Springfield on Friday.

Wabasso (57)

Larissa Rohlik 2 1-2 17, Desi Kramer 1 0-0 2, Karlee Eichten 0 1-2 1, Kimberly Frank 5 4-10 14, Ellen Franta 0 0-0 3, Kacie Rothmeier 3 0-0 6, Chelsey Guetter 3 8-13 14. Totals 14 14-29 57. 3-pointers 5 (Rohlik 4 , Franta 1) Rebounds 40 (Guetter 12) Steals 13 (Rohlik 4) Blocks 4 (Guetter 2, Rothmeier 1, Kramer 1) Total Fouls 10.

Springfield (48)

Joeli Arnoldi 0 1-2 7, Tiffany Schwanke 2 2-2 9, Kasey Kretsch 3 0-0 9, Jordan Salonek 5 0-0 13, Megan Pierson 2 0-0 4, Therese Roiger 1 0-0 2, Samantha Groebner 3 1-2 7. Totals 16 4-6 48. 3-pointers 4 (Arnoldi 2, Schwanke 1, Salonek 1) Rebounds 37 Total Fouls 17.

Halftime Score: Wabasso 20, Springfield 14.

TMB 58, Canby 54

The Tracy-Milroy-Balaton girls' basketball team held on to win 58-54 after holding a 20-point halftime lead to defeat Canby in Camden Conference action on Tuesday night.

Cassie Hook led the way for the Panthers (11-10 overall, 7-6 Camden) with 20 points, while Sara Stoneberg added 13.

Morgan Merritt paced Canby (10-9, 7-6) with 20 points, while Ricki Kallhoff scored a double-double with 14 points and 14 rebounds.

TMB will play host to Russell-Tyler-Ruthton on Thursday in Tracy while Canby will travel to Cottonwood to face Lakeview on Friday.

TMB (58)

Cassandra Hook 6 6-9 20, Kelli Soupir 2 4-6 8, Morgan Hoffbeck 1 0-0 2, Sammie Gervais 3 0-0 7, Anna Peterson 0 0-1 0, Jenna Stoneberg 4 0-0 8, Sara Stoneberg 4 3-4 13. Totals 20 13-20 58. 3-pointers 5 (Hook 2, S. Stoneberg 2, Gervais 1) Rebounds 25 Assists 10 Steals 13 Fouls 9 Turnovers 15.

Canby (54)

Brandi Merritt 2 0-1 5, Brittany Merritt 2 1-1 5, Morgan Merritt 6 4-5 20, Kristy Schmidt 0 0-2 0, Tara Kockelman 2 0-0 4, Ricki Kallhoff 7 0-0 14, Taylor Gorder 3 0-0 6. Totals 22 5-9 54. 3-pointers 5 (M. Merritt 4, Brandy Merritt 1) Rebounds 33 (Kallhoff 14) Assists 12 (Brittany Merritt 3, Kallhoff 3, Gorder 3) Steals 5 (Gorder 3) Fouls 17 Turnovers 23.

Halftime Score: TMB 39, Canby 19.

RTR 64, Lincoln HI 36

Control of the glass meant control of the game for the Russell-Tyler-Ruthton girls' basketball team in Tyler on Tuesday night, as the Lady Knights used a 44-25 rebounding advantage to secure a 64-36 Camden Conference win over Lincoln HI.

Kaylie Nielsen led the Lady Knights with eight rebounds and a team-high 15 points. Leslie Willert also reached double figures with 14 points, while also recording two blocks. Shayna Possail added eight points and four assists in the win.

Lincoln HI (1-17 overall, 1-11 Camden) was led by Morgan Citterman's 11-point, seven-rebound effort. Maranda Jerzak and Heidi Pavek each chipped in with eight points, though Pavek added four assists and four steals.

RTR (14-8, 9-4) returns to action for a road conference game with Tracy-Milroy-Balaton on Thursday, while the Rebels host sixth-ranked Minneota that same night.

Lincoln HI (36)

Heidi Pavek 4 0-0 8, Alex DeSmet 1 0-0 3, Brandi Barke 1 0-0 2, Jordan Buchlz 1 0-1 2, Morgan Citterman 5 0-0 11, Haley Nelson 1 0-0 2, Maranda Jerzak 4 0-0 8, Ciera Nelson 0 0-1 0. Totals 17 0-2 36. 3-pointers 2 Rebounds 25 (Citterman 7) Asists 10 (Pavek 4) Steals 8 (Pavek 4) Blocks 0 Turnovers 21 Total Fouls 16.

RTR (64)

Shayna Possail 3 1-1 8, Janel Wichern 3 3-7 9, Dana Schaefer 2 1-2 5, Destinee Strand 3 0-0 7, Leslie Willert 5 4-4 14, Allison Pochardt 3 0-0 6, Kaylie Nielsen 7 1-3 15. Totals 26 10-17 64. 3-pointers 2 Rebounds 44 (Nielsen 8, Schaefer 6) Assists 16 (Brust 4, Possail 4) Steals 13 (Justine Possail 5) Blocks 4 (Willert 2, Pochardt 2) Turnovers 14 Total Fouls 13.

Halftime Score: RTR 26, Lincoln HI 16.

Elkton-Lake Benton 48, Great Plains Lutheran 28

Brooke Jaacks posted a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds, while teammated Mindee VanDyke scored a game-high 17 points as Elkton-Lake Benton team blew by Great Plains Lutheran 48-28 during South Dakota girls' high school basketball action on Tuesday.

The Lady Elks move to 6-14 overall with the victory and will begin district tournament play next Tuesday.

GPL8 12 19 28

E-LB15 28 36 48

E-LB (48)

Bobbie Huber 0-2 0, Gabby Kampmann 1 2-2 4, Elizabeth Hegerfeld 0 1-4 1, Morgan Carmody 3 0-0 6, Kelsey Kinner 1 0-0 2, Ashlyn Landsman 1 0-0 2, Mindee VanDyke 6 4-6 17, Taylor Harming 3 0-0 6, Brooke Jaacks 5 0-0 10. Totals 20 7-14 48. 3-pointers 1 Rebounds 32 (Jaacks 10) Assists 14 (Kinner 3) Steals 14 (Harming 4) Blocks 4 (Kampmann 4).

Minneota 77, Edgerton 29

A torrid first half sparked the sixth-ranked (Class A) Minneota Vikings to a 77-29 non-conference girls' basketball victory over the Edgerton Panthers in Minneota on Tuesday.

The Vikings led 49-15 at halftime and were paced by Taylor Reiss' 20-point, 10-rebound double-double. Emily Stienessen and Shelby Corbin each knocked down a pair of 3-pointers on their way to 12 and 10 points, respectively. Megan Larson chipped in seven points, four assists and four steals in the winning effort.

Tanner Gunnink scored 10 points for the Panthers (3-17 overall), but was the only Edgerton player to reach double figures in the game.

Minneota improves to 21-2 on the season after recording its eight consecutive win. The Vikings are back in action on Thursday for a Camden Conference road game against Lincoln HI.

Edgerton (29)

Jessica Menning 3 1-2 8, Sarah Post 2 0-0 6, Marisa Fey 1 0-0 3, Tara Dekam 0 0-2 0, Kameron Kroh 1 0-0 2, Tanner Gunnink 5 0-0 10. Totals 12 1-4 29. 3-pointers 4 (Post 2) Total Fouls 20.

Minneota (77)

Molly Hennen 3 0-1 7, Shelby Corbin 4 0-2 10, Kalley Kloos 1 0-3 2, Emily Stienessen 5 0-0 12, Taylor Reiss 10 0-2 20, Kelsey Maeyaert 3 0-0 7, Megan Larson 2 3-4 7, Hanna Prellwitz 2 0-0 4, Payton Boerboom 1 2-6 4, Michelle Jerzak 1 2-4 4. Totals 33 7-22 77. 3-pointers 7 (Corbin 2, Stienessen 2) Rebounds 30 (Reiss 10) Assists 22 (Hennen 5, Larson 4) Steals 24 (Boerboom 5, Larson 4, Stienessen 4) Blocks 0 Turnovers 15 Total Fouls 9.

Halftime Score: Minneota 49, Edgerton 15

 
 

 

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