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Thursday, June 13, 2024

Eagle boys fall at Marshall

Windom 12-28 = 40
Marshall 38-31 = 69

Marshall’s defense suffocated the Windom Eagle boys basketball team Friday as the Tigers claimed a 69-38 win at Marshall.

Marshall held the Eagles to 26% shooting from the field for the game. The Tigers held a 38-12 halftime lead.

Dylan Serreyn led the Eagles with 13 points. Austin Doorenbos, Conner Redman and Henry Erickson scored seven points each.

WWG 23-40 = 63
Edgerton 27-21 = 48

Westbrook-Walnut Grove roared to life in the second half Friday night, erasing a four-point halftime deficit to claim a 63-48 win at Edgerton.

WWG knocked down seven three-pointers in the second half to key the rally, finishing with 10 treys for the game.

Ethan Mischke led the Chargers with 22 points. Hunter Lien added 16 and Brady Ross came off the bench to score 12.

MLAC 18-25 = 43
MCC 30-30 = 60

Mt. Lake Area-Comfrey’s offense never got on track Friday night, as the Wolverines dropped a 60-43 decision to Murray County Central in Slayton.

MCC held the Wolverines to 18 first half points, allowing only three Wolverines to score in the first half. MCC also held the Wolverines to 32% shooting from the field for the game.

Carter Olson led MLAC with 19 points. Kolby Kremmin finished with 10 points in the loss.

HBC 31-32 = 63
RRC 23-33 = 56

Red Rock Central couldn’t overcome a slow start and Hills-Beaver Creek’s free throw shooting Friday night, as the Falcons fell 63-56 at Lamberton.

The Patriots held RRC in check in the first half, building an eight-point halftime lead. HBC was able to maintain the lead in the second half by outscoring the Falcons 13-4 from the free throw line for the game, including an 11-2 edge in the second half.

Dominik Smith led the Falcons with a career-high 25 points, including six three-pointers. Luke Willhite scored 15 and Joe Strock added 13. 

Next games: Check for updates after each game.
Windom: at Pipestone, Feb. 22
MLAC: vs. WWG (at Mt. Lake), Feb. 22
RRC: at SWC (Edgerton), Feb. 22
WWG: at MLAC (Mt. Lake), Feb. 22

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