|2/10/2020 9:02:00 AM|
Eagle boys fall at Marshall
Windom 17-06 = 23
Marshall 47-41 = 88
State-ranked Marshall had no trouble against a shorthanded Windom Eagle boys basketball team Friday, cruising to an 88-23 victory at Marshall.
The Tigers held the Eagles to 18% shooting for the game and outscored the Eagles 41-6 in the second half, after building a 30-point halftime lead.
Abe McKibbin led the Eagles with seven points in the loss. Austin Doorenbos scored five.
MLAC 44-28 = 72
AE 31-29 = 60
Mt. Lake Area-Comfrey had a strong, balanced start, then pounded the ball inside in the second half to secure a 72-60 victory over Adrian-Ellsworth Saturday in Ellsworth.
Eight Wolverines found the scoring column in the first half, as the Wolverines jumped to a 44-31 halftime advantage.
In the second half, MLAC went to work in the lane, feeding Sam Paulson for much of the final 18 minutes. Paulson scored 13 of his team-high 20 points in the second half, as the Wolverines shot 50% from the field for the game.
Jon Faber added 11 points in the win. Abe Stoesz, Spencer Khamvongsa and Ethan Nickel each added nine points.
MLAC 42-29-11 = 82
LCWM 37-34-04 = 75
Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial rallied in the second half to force overtime, but Mt. Lake Area-Comfrey hit a pair of three-pointers and went 5-of-6 from the line in the extra period, claiming an 82-75 victory Friday in Lake Crystal.
The Wolverines held a 42-37 halftime lead and attacked the basket much of the game, going 25-of-34 from the free throw line. LCWM rallied taking the lead with 2:43 to go. But MLAC sent the game to overtime on a basket and a free throw from Ethan Nickel.
In overtime, Nickel drained a pair of three-pointers, staking the Wolverines to the lead. MLAC then iced the game from the line, going 5-of-6 in the final 30 seconds.
Sam Paulson led the Wolverines with 21 points. Jordan Toll added 16 points, Abe Stoesz had 15, Nickel 14 and Spencer Khamvongsa 12 in the victory.
WWG 34-34 = 68
Edgerton 22-22 = 44
Westbrook-Walnut Grove's defense and rebounding allowed the Chargers to build a comfortable lead Friday, claiming a 68-44 victory at Edgerton.
WWG recorded 13 steals as a team and forced 21 Dutchmen turnovers. The Chargers also crashed the glass for 17 offensive rebounds, leading to numerous second-chance points.
Ethan Mischke filled the stat sheet for WWG, finishing with 19 points, 12 rebounds, five assists and four steals in the win. Hunter Lien added 17 points, nine rebounds and five assists.
Next games: Check for updates after each game.
Windom: at St. James, Feb. 11
MLAC: at Nicollet, Feb. 11
RRC: vs. Sleepy Eye St. Mary's (at Lamberton), Feb. 10
WWG: vs. TMB (at Westbrook), Feb. 11