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Wednesday, May 22, 2024

WEEKEND GIRLS BASKETBALL: Eagles roll to win; late hoop sinks Falcons

Edgerton 18-18 = 36
Windom 37-38 = 75

The Windom Eagle girls basketball team was red hot from the outside all afternoon Saturday, as the Eagles shot past Edgerton 75-36 in a game played at Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall.

The Eagles buried seven three-pointers in the first half and finished with 12 as a team for the game.

Windom also forced the Dutchmen into 33 turnovers, scoring 30 points off those turnovers.

Haidyn Sammons led the Eagles with 16 points. Hadley Sammons and Alivia Letcher each scored 15 points and Anja Nielsen added 13 points in the win.

HBC 24-25 = 49
RRC 26-21 = 47

A back-and-forth game came down to the closing seconds Saturday afternoon, with Hills-Beaver Creek junior Linae Elbers hitting a lay-up off an inbounds pass with four seconds to go, lifting the Patriots to a 49-47 win over Red Rock Central in Lamberton.

RRC held a two-point halftime lead, thanks largely to hot outside shooting. The Falcons knocked down five three-pointers in the opening half.

In the second half, RRC turned to its seniors, with DeCock and Sondra Rindfleisch accounting for all but two of the Falcons’ points in the final 18 minutes.

Down the stretch, a bucket by Rindfleisch tied the game at 47-47. The game stayed tied for nearly the entire final minute. With six seconds left, HBC had an inbounds play under the basket, with the 6-2 Elbers catching a lob and laying in the game-winning shot.

DeCock led RRC with 18 points. Rindfleisch added 15 points in the loss.

RRC 20-33 = 53
AE 23-25 = 48

Red Rock Central battled from behind in the second half Friday night, eventually rallying for a 53-48 victory over Adrian-Ellsworth at Adrian.

The Falcons trailed by three at halftime, but went 9-of-11 from the free throw line in the second half to spark the rally.

Emily DeCock added four three-pointers in the second half, as the Falcons were able to pull away late.

DeCock scored all of her team-high 18 points in the second half. Sondra Rindfleisch and Alyssa Cowan each added eight points.

SWC 28-20 = 48
MLAC 16-16 = 32

Southwest Christian was able to grind Mt. Lake Area-Comfrey’s offense to a halt Friday night, claiming a 48-32 victory over the Wolverines in Mt. Lake.

The Eagles held the Wolverines to 12 field goals for the game and took command early, building a 12-point halftime lead that they wouldn’t relinquish.

MLAC couldn’t mount a comeback bid despite hitting three three-pointers in the second half.

Brooke Naas led the Wolverines with 18 points. Julia Brinkman added eight points in the loss. 

Next games: Check for updates after each game.
Windom: at St. James, Jan. 31
MLAC: at Luverne, Jan. 30
RRC: vs. Cedar Mountain (at Lamberton), Jan. 31

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