Windom 31-28 = 59
Pipestone 20-26 = 46
A strong second-half surge propelled the Windom Eagle girls basketball team to a 59-46 victory in Big South Conference action Tuesday in Pipestone.
The Eagles held an 11-point halftime lead, but Pipestone started the second half with an 11-0 run, tying the game at 31-31.
The Eagles answered with a 14-0 run of their own, regaining command of the game. Windom hit five three-pointers in the second half, with four during the 14-0 burst.
Hadley Sammons paced the Eagles with 17 points. Jenna Veenker drained four treys and finished with 12 points in the win and Tristyn Maras, in her first game back from an injury, added nine.
WWG 27-26 = 53
MCC 12-25 = 37
Westbrook-Walnut Grove came out firing early and preserved its lead from the free throw line late Tuesday, claiming a 53-37 victory over Murray County Central at Slayton.
The Chargers held MCC to 12 first-half points, building a 15-point halftime cushion. MCC then held the Chargers to five field goals in the second half, but WWG scored 12 second-half points from the free throw line to seal the victory.
Isabel Klumper led the Chargers with 24 points, 16 coming in the second half. Amelia Sikel added 14 points in the win.
Edgerton 13-32 = 45
RRC 21-22 = 43
A nine-minute scoring drought doomed the Red Rock Central girls basketball team Tuesday night as Edgerton rallied for a 45-43 victory at Lamberton.
The Falcons led by eight at halftime, but went cold from the field early in the second half. That allowed the Dutchmen to roar back into the game. Edgerton outscored the Falcons 32-22 over the final 18 minutes to claim the win.
Karli Arkell led RRC with 16 points. Lilly Stavnes added 11 in the loss.
Next games: Check for updates after each game.
Windom: at JCC (Jackson), Jan. 27
MLAC: vs. RRC (at Mt. Lake), Jan. 28
RRC: at Cedar Mountain (Morgan), Jan. 27
WWG: at SWC (Edgerton), Jan. 28