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Thursday, October 6, 2022

Eagle girls fall to Redwood

Windom 24-22 = 46
RV 20-30 = 50

The Windom Eagle girls basketball team saw a lead slip away in the second half Tuesday, dropping a 50-46 decision to Redwood Valley at Redwood Falls.

The Eagles played without top outside shooter K.J. Huska due to injury. Windom was able to take a four-point lead into halftime, but was held to five field goals in the second half. The Eagles also struggled from the line, going 13-of-26 for the game.

Hadley Sammons led the Eagles with 13 points. Hannah Dauer and Tristyn Maras each scored 10 points in the loss.

MLAC 23-26 = 49
HLOF 26-09 = 35

A persistent effort to attack the basket paid dividends for the Mt. Lake Area-Comfrey girls basketball team Monday.

The Wolverines outscored Heron Lake-Okabena-Fulda 17-3 from the free throw line Monday night, proving to be the difference in a 49-35 victory at Fulda.

Jaci Tollefson and Brooke Naas did much of the damage from the stripe, combining for 15-of-22, while the team finished the game 17-of-31.

MLAC’s efforts to attack the hoop on offense also paid off on the defensive end. With HLOF in foul trouble in the second half, the Coyotes couldn’t find any offensive consistency and were held to four field goals.

Naas led the Wolverines with 20 points in the win. Tollefson added 15 points.

RRC 15-33 = 48
AE 17-17 = 34

Red Rock Central roared to life in the second half Monday night, pulling away late for a 48-34 win over Adrian-Ellsworth at Adrian.

The Dragons held a two-point halftime lead, holding RRC to 15 first-half points. But RRC rallied in the secon half, outscoring the Dragons 33-17 over the final 18 minutes.

Lilly Stavnes led RRC with 13 points. Karli Arkell added 11 and Hailey Amsden scored 10.

Edgerton 34-28 = 62
WWG 19-27 = 46

Westbrook-Walnut Grove fell behind early and couldn’t recover Monday night, dropping a 62-46 decision against Edgerton at Westbrook.

The Dutchmen used a balanced attack to build a 15-point halftime cushion. Edgerton’s height advantage in the lane forced WWG to try to come back from the outside.

WWG hit eight three-pointers in the game, but wasn’t able to close the gap in the second half.

Amelia Sikel led WWG wtih 20 points. Isabel Klumper added 18. 

Next games: Check for updates after each game.
Windom: at Edgerton, Feb. 17
MLAC: vs. HBC (at Mt. Lake), Feb. 17|
RRC: vs. SWC (at Lamberton), Feb. 17
WWG: at HLOF (Okabena), Feb. 17

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