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Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Eagles shatter scoring record in win

AE 35-37 = 72
Windom 71-42 = 113

The Windom Eagle boys basketball team smashed the school’s single-game scoring record Saturday afternoon, racing to a 113-72 victory over Adrian-Ellsworth at Windom.

The previous record of 107 points was set in the 2018-19 season against Fulda.

The Eagles shot nearly 75% from the field in the first half, cruising to a 71-point half and a 36-point lead. Windom finished the game shooting nearly 65% from the field.

Ten of the Eagles’ 11 players scored in the game, with six scoring in double figures.

Conner Redman led the way with 29 points, 25 coming in the first half. Austin Doorenbos added 16 points. Abe McKibbin scored 14. Hunter Walklin had a career-high 12 points. Henry Erickson scored 12 points and Dylan Serreyn added 10.

RRC 31-21 = 52
HBC 47-25 = 72

Hills-Beaver Creek got the jump on Red Rock Central Saturday, building a commanding early lead on its way to a 72-52 win at Hills.

The Patriots rode the hot hand of Cole Baker early, as he scored all of his 16 points in the first half. That sparked HBC to a 47-31 halftime lead.

RRC’s offense never got going in the second half, as HBC held the Falcons to 21 second half points.

Luke Willhite paced RRC with 17 points. Dominik Smith added 14 and Justin Klabunde scored 11.

WWG 30-25 = 55
TMB 22-24 = 46

Westbrook-Walnut Grove used a fast start to build a lead and made it stick Saturday, defeating Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 55-46 at Tracy.

The Chargers scored the game’s first 14 points and held an early 23-4 lead before TMB closed the first half with an 18-7 run.

WWG then sealed the game by going 13-of-16 from the line in the second half.

Hunter Lien led WWG with 19 points. Ethan Mischke added 15 points in the win.

Windom 37-32 = 69
CMCS 33-34 = 67

The Windom Eagles roared out of the blocks to build a double-digit lead, but it was the Eagles’ defense late that preserved a 69-67 victory over Central Minnesota Christian Friday in Prinsburg.

The Eagles scored the game’s first 11 points and led 16-2 at one point. CMCS was able to trim the deficit to five by halftime and had the Eagle lead whittled to two late.

With time running out, the Bluejays attempted a potential game-winning three-pointer, but Abe McKibbin blocked the potential winning shot as time expired, preserving the win.

Dylan Serreyn led the Eagles with 22 points. Sam Doorenbos and Austin Doorenbos each scored 11 and Henry Erickson scored 10 in the win.

RRC 31-30 = 61
Wabasso 34-34 = 68

Wabasso used a steady game on offense and a pair of late free throws to claim a 68-61 victory over Red Rock Central Friday in Wabasso.

The Falcons trailed by three at halftime and mounted a rally behind 13 second half points from Dominik Smith, but the Rabbits were able to preserve the lead late, shooting 49% from the field for the game.

Smith led RRC with 19 points. Joe Strock scored 11 and Justin Klabunde added 10.

Next games: Check for updates after each game.
Windom: at JCC (Jackson), March 8
MLAC: at AE (Adrian), March 8
RRC: at MCC (Slayton), March 8
WWG: at HLOF (Okabena), March 8

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