AE 28-26 = 54
Windom 41-32 = 73
The Windom Eagle girls basketball team bombed away from long distance Tuesday night, leading to a 73-54 victory over Adrian-Ellsworth at Windom.
The Eagles hit 17 three-pointers as a team in the game, with 10 coming in the first half.
That shooting from the outside allowed the Eagles to build a 13-point halftime edge and expand the lead in the second half.
Four Eagles scored in double figures in the game, led by KJ Huska with 24 points. Huska hit eight treys in the game. Kendyl Sammons added 15 points on five three-pointers. Tristyn Maras finished with 14 points and Hadley Sammons scored 11.
WWG 27-18 = 45
MLAC 25-30 = 55
Mt. Lake Area-Comfrey got out from the outside in the second half Tuesday night, allowing the Wolverines to race to a 55-45 victory over Westbrook-Walnut Grove in Mt. Lake.
WWG held a two-point halftime lead, but MLAC answered in the second half with five three-pointers.
Meanwhile, the Wolverine defense stifled the Chargers, holding WWG to 18 points over the final 18 minutes.
Brooke Naas led MLAC with 24 points in the victory. Jaci Tollefson added 12 points.
Amelia Sikel led WWG with 15 points. Isabel Klumper chipped in 14 points.
HLOF 19-24 = 43
RRC 36-21 = 57
Red Rock Central came out firing in the first half Tuesday night, building a commanding lead on its way to a 57-43 win over Heron Lake-Okabena-Fulda in Lamberton.
The Falcons drained five three-pointers as a team in the first half, as HLOF had no answer for Falcon senior Karli Arkell early on. Arkell scored 21 of her game-high 24 points in the first half.
The Coyotes were able to adjust on Arkell in the second half, which opened the door for Sondra Rindfleisch to score nine second-half points. Lilly Stavnes finished with 13 points, while Rindfleisch added 11 in the win.
Next games: Check for updates after each game.
Windom: vs. Luverne, Feb. 10
MLAC: vs. SWC (at Mt. Lake), Feb. 11
RRC: at MCC (Slayton), Feb. 11
WWG: vs. Adrian-Ellsworth (at Westbrook), Feb. 11