Windom 42-43 = 85
MVL 24-32 = 56
The Windom girls basketball team was sharp from the field throughout Thursday night, battering Minnesota Valley Lutheran for an 85-56 victory in New Ulm.
The Eagles shot 46% from the field for the game and knocked down 13 three-pointers in the contest. Windom also shot 61% from two-point range for the night.
Meanwhile, the Eagles were able to attack the bucket, outscoring MVL 34-16 in the paint for the game.
Hannah Dauer poured in a career-high 23 points in the win. Anja Nielsen also added a career-high with 20 points. Alivia Letcher finished with 16 points in the win.
HLOF 12-16 = 28
MLAC 46-20 = 66
Mt. Lake Area-Comfrey was dominant on both ends of the court Thursday night, building a dominant early lead on its way to a 66-28 victory over Heron Lake-Okabena-Fulda in Mt. Lake.
The Wolverines shot 39% from the field, but held a 38-28 edge on the glass over the Coyotes. MLAC also forced 19 turnovers while only committing four in the game. That allowed MLAC to build a 46-12 halftime cushion.
Julia Brinkman led the way for the Wolverines with 22 points. Brooke Naas scored 16 and Jaci Tollefson added 14.
RRC 13-07 = 20
Edgerton 45-26 = 71
Red Rock Central struggled to get into its offense and had a brutal night from the field Thursday, leading to a 71-20 loss at Edgerton.
The Dutchmen forced 24 Falcon turnovers and outscored RRC 19-0 in transition for the game. Those transition buckets allowed Edgerton to race to a 45-13 halftime lead.
Things got worse for the Falcons in the second half, as RRC was held to seven second-half points. The Falcons finished the game with five made field goals.
Sondra Rindfleisch led RRC with 10 points in the loss.
Next games: Check for updates after each game.
Windom: vs. Worthington, Feb. 18
MLAC: vs. MCW (at Mt. Lake), Feb. 17
RRC: at HBC (Hills), Feb. 20