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Area basketball roundup

February 22, 2013
Marshall Independent

Section 3A girls' basketball

Lakeview 62, Lincln HI 29

Brianna Hoffman poured in 20 points to go with seven rebounds and five assists as the Lakeview girls' basketball team stormed past Lincoln HI 62-29 Thursday in a first-round Section 3A-North tournament game in Cottonwood.

Allison Boerboom also had a strong game for the Lakers in the victory, adding 17 points. Lakeview, which led 32-19 at halftime, held a 41-23 rebounding edge on the night.

Lincoln HI ends its season at 3-19 overall. The Rebels were led Thursday by Morgan Citterman, who had 12 points and seven rebounds. Heidi Pavek chipped in 10 points.

Lakeview (10-17 overall), the No. 7 seed in the sub-section, moves on to play No. 2 seed Dawson-Boyd at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in Montevideo.

Lincoln HI (29)

Heidi Pavek 3 2-6 10, KaLea DeSmet 0 1-4 1, Jordan Bucholz 1 0-2 2, Morgan Citterman 5 2-2 12, Maranda Jerzak 2 0-0 4. Totals 11 5-16 29. 3-pointers 2 Rebounds 23 (Citterman 7) Assists 5 Steals 2 Blocks 1 Turnovers 13 Total Fouls 11.

Lakeview (62)

Sadie Stelter 2 1-3 5, Corbyn Wee 4 0-0 8, Brianna Hoffman 9 2-2 20, Brooklyn Hartle 4 1-2 9, Madi Nelson 1 1-2 3, Allison Boerboom 7 3-3 17. Totals 27 8-12 29. 3-pointers 41 (Hoffman 7) Assists 19 (Hoffman 5, Nelson 5) Steals 10 (Wee 3) Blocks 4 Turnovers 13 Total Fouls 14.

Halftime Score: Lakeview 32, Lincoln HI 19.

WWG 61, Edgerton 48

Tied with Edgerton at the half, the Westbrook-Walnut Grove girls' basketball team outscored the the Flying Dutchmen 36-23 in the second half on its way to a 61-48 win in the opening round of the Section 3A-South tournament.

Paige Erickson had a huge night for the Chargers in the victory, scoring 22 points to go with 18 rebounds and seven steals. She went 10-for-12 from the foul line.

Erickson was one of just five players to score for the Chargers in their home game Thursday, but four of those players reached double figures in scoring. Elizabeth Woelber added 13 points, Abby Herding scored 11 points with four assists, and Kelsi Wahl tallied 10 points, nine rebounds and three assists.

Ciera Everett hit four 3-pointers and scored 15 points to lead Edgerton, which had beaten WWG 58-52 on Feb. 14.

The Chargers (11-12 overall) move on to face No. 2 seed Southwest Minnesota Christian (20-4) at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in Worthington.

Edgerton (48)

Jessica Menning 2 3-4 8, Sarah Post 1 0-0 2, Tara Dekam 3 2-4 8, Ciara Everett 4 3-4 15, Kameron Kroh 2 4-8 8, Tanner Gunnink 3 1-2 7. Totals 16 13-22 48. 3-pointers 5 (Everett 4) Total Fouls 22.

WWG (61)

Dayna Comnick 2 0-0 5, Elizabeth Woelber 4 3-6 13, Abby Herding 1 8-8 11, Paige Erickson 6 10-12 22, Kelsi Wahl 4 2-5 10. Totals 17 23-31 61. 3-pointers 4 Rebounds 44 (Erickson 18, Wahl 9) Assists 12 (Herding 4, Woelber 3, Wahl 3) Steals 18 (Erickson 7) Blocks 3 Tunrovers 16 Total Fouls 17 Turnovers 16.

Halftime Score: WWG 25, Edgerton 25.

Section 2A girls' basketball

RRC 66, Truman 31

The Red Rock Central girls' basketball team had no trouble getting past Truman in the first round of the Section 2A-South tournament. The Falcons had their largest margin of victory of the season Thursday while downing the Bluejays 66-31 in a home game in Jeffers.

Statistics were not available from the game.

The Falcons (4-18 overall), who are seeded eighth in the South sub-section, move on to face top-seeded Mankato Loyola (21-2) Saturday in Mankato.

Truman ends its season with a 4-21 record.

Area boys' basketball

RTR 73, TMB 53

Russell-Tyler-Ruthton senior forward Dylan Kor scored 21 points, including his 1,000th career point, in the final home game of his career as the Knights fended off Tracy-Milroy-Balaton for a 73-53 victory Thursday night in a Camden Conference boys' basketball game in Tyler.

Kor was one of four players to score in double figures for Class A's fifth-ranked team. Brett Peterson added 16 points, Brett Vercruysse added 12 points, and Shay Wabeke tallied 11 points and six assists. Newt Dunblazier also had a solid night with eight points and 12 rebounds.

TMB kept it close in the first half and trailed 35-30 heading into the locker room. The Panthers were led by freshman forward Josh Kirk, who had a strong game with 18 points and eight rebounds. Parker Lanoue chipped in 10 points in the loss.

The Panthers (6-16 overall, 4-9 Camden) wrap up the regular season Monday with a non-conference road game against Redwood Valley.

Russell-Tyler-Ruthton (24-1, 14-0) will try to stretch its winning streak to 17 games when the Knights face eighth-ranked Dawson-Boyd tonight in the Camden Conference championship game in Dawson. The Knights defeated the Blackjacks 74-69 in a regular season game on Jan. 24 in Dawson.

TMB (53)

Jordan Lanoue 1 0-0 3, Mason Van Essen 1 0-0 2, Alec Swan 4 0-1 9, Parker Lanoue 3 2-2 10, Josh Kirk 7 0-0 18, Matt LaVoy 2 2-6 6, Brett Swenhaugen 1 3-4 5. Totals 19 7-13 53. 3-pointers 8 (Kirk 4) Rebounds 30 (LaVoy 9, Kirk 8) Assists 7 (LaVoy 3) Steals 4 Blocks 3 (LaVoy 2) Turnovers 5 Total Fouls 21.

RTR (73)

Brett Knudsen 1 0-0 3, Brett Peterson 5 5-6 16, Newt Dunblazier 4 0-2 8, Dylan Kor 7 7-10 21, Nick Moberg 0 2-2 2, Shay Wabeke 4 1-3 11, Brett Vercruysse 5 2-3 12. Totals 26 17-26 73. 3-pointers 4 Rebounds 39 (Dunblazier 12) Assists 21 (Wabeke 6) Steals 4 Blocks 3 (Kor 2) Turnovers 8 Total Fouls 14.

Halftime Score: RTR 35, TMB 30.

Ortonville 59, Canby 56

Jade Hasslen hit six of Ortonville's 11 3-pointers and scored a team-high 20 points to lead the Trojans to a 59-56 overtime victory over Canby Thursday in a non-conference game in Ortonville.

Ortonville (12-10 overall) led 26-24 at the half and the two teams were tied at 48 at the end of regulation in what was the final regular season game for both squads.

Canby's Zach Nuy led the Lancers (18-6) in both scoring (22) and rebounding (6) in the losing effort. Cole Brusven hit three 3-pointers and scored 11 points. He also grabbed five rebounds, dished out five assists and got three steals.

The Lancers, who dropped their last two games of the regular season, are the No. 3 seed in the Section 3A-North playoffs. They begin the tournament March 2 when they face the winner between No. 6 seed Lakeview and No. 11 seed E.C.H.O. Charter School at 4 p.m. in Montevideo. Ortonville, the fourth seed in the tournament, plays No. 5 seed Minneota at 12:30 p.m. the same day, also in Montevideo.

Canby (56)

Michael Slaba 2 1-2 5, Nate Stafki 3 0-0 6, Cole Brusven 4 0-0 11, Zach Nuy 8 6-7 22, Kristian Leppke 4 0-0 9, Kyle Devos 1 1-1 3. Totals 22 9-12 56. 3-pointers 4 (Brusven 3) Rebounds 29 (Nuy 6, Brusven 5) Assists 16 (Slaba 6, Brusven 5, Stafki 4) Steals 12 (Slaba 3, Stafki 3, Brusven 3) Blocks 2 Turnovers 14 Total Fouls 13.

Ortonville (59)

James Nitz 3 5-8 12, Tony Schake 3 0-0 9, Nic Benck 1 0-0 2, Jacob Hamann 0 1-4 1, Jade Hasslen 7 0-0 20, Britton Conroy 1 0-0 3, Riley Thompson 5 0-0 10, Ryan Hanson 0 2-2 2. Totals 20 8-14 59. 3-pointers 11 (Hasslen 6) Rebounds 24 Turnovers 17 Total Fouls 12.

Halftime Score: Ortonville 26, Canby 24.

Minneota 70, Lincoln HI 40

Up six at the half, the Minneota boys' basketball team kicked into high gear in the second half to blow out Lincoln HI 70-40 Thursday in a Camden Conference game played in Minneota.

Aaric Christenson had a strong night for the Vikings with 22 points and seven assists. Dan Harrison added 17 points and six rebounds, and Grant Hennen tallied 11 points and nine boards.

Lincoln HI's Jordan Beck did most of the scoring for the Rebels Thursday, hitting 9 of 16 shots from the field for 24 points. He also had a team-high seven rebounds.

Minneota (14-8 overall, 8-7 Camden) opens play in the Section 3A-North tournament March 2 in Montevideo against Ortonville.

Lincoln HI ends its regular season 6-15 overall and 4-10 in the conference. The Rebels host Renville County West Feb. 28 in the first round of the 3A-North playoffs.

Lincoln HI (40)

Jeff Gladis 2 2-2 7, Nathaniel Citterman 1 0-0 3, Jordan Beck 9 3-4 24, Nate Pavek 2 2-6 6. Totals 14 7-14 40. 3-pointers 3 (Beck 3) Rebounds 32 (Beck 7, Gladis 6) Total Fouls 17.

Minneota (70)

Aaric Christenson 7 5-5 22, Dan Harrison 8 0-0 17, Austin Buysse 2 2-2 7, David Noyes 0 1-3 1, Grant Hennen 5 0-0 11, Tyler Buysse 0 1-4 1, Jack Anundson 1 1-2 3, Collin Kor 0 2-2 2, Matt Knutson 2 0-0 6. Totals 25 12-18 70. 3-pointers 7 (Christenson 3) Rebounds 33 (Hennen 9, Harrison 6) Assists 17 (Christenson 7) Steals 8 Blocks 4 (Hennen 3) Turnovers 11 Total Fouls 17.

Halftime Score: Minneota 28, Lincoln HI 22.

Dawson-Boyd 93, KMS 21

Five Dawson-Boyd players reached double figures in scoring as the Blackjacks blew by Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg 93-21 Thursday in a Camden Conference game played in Kerkhoven.

Dawson-Boyd's Michael Lee had a game-high 18 points and 10 rebounds. Nathaniel Huot hit four 3-pointers and added 17 points, while Noah Stelter scored 14, Jess Hansen scored 13 and Joey Lee tallied 11 points.

Dawson-Boyd had 45 rebounds in the game, including 18 offensive rebounds. KMS had 18 total rebounds and was led in scoring by Jacob Zvorak, who had 11 points.

The Blackjacks led 66-6 at halftime.

Dawson-Boyd (19-4 overall, 12-3 Camden) plays Russell-Tyler-Ruthton today in the Camden Conference championship game in Dawson.

Dawson-Boyd (93)

Nathaniel Huot 6 1-1 17, Jess Hansen 5 1-1 13, Karson Lindblad 3 0-0 6, Noah Stelter 6 0-0 14, Joey Lee 5 1-1 11, Kyler Collins 2 2-2 6, Michael Lee 9 0-0 18, Cody Aafedt 2 0-0 4, Easton Popma 1 0-0 2, Zach Stratmoen 1 0-0 3. Totals 40 5-5 93. 3-pointers 8 (Huot 4) Rebounds 45 (M. Lee 10, Collins 8) Assists 14 (Collins 3, M. Lee 3) Steals 15 (Collins 4, Stelter 3) Blocks 3 (M. Lee 2) Turnovers 7 Total Fouls 10.

KMS (21)

Taylor Feldman 3 0-0 7, James Faulkner 0 2-2 2, Jacob Zvorak 5 1-2 11, Preston Mahlum 0 1-2 1. Totals 8 4-6 21. 3-pointers 1 Rebounds 18 (Zvorak 6) Assists 1 Steals 2 Blocks 2 (Zvorak 2) Turnovers 27 Total Fouls 10.

Halftime Score: Dawson-Boyd 66, KMS 6.

 
 

 

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