Girls basketball roundup: Tigers give Otters a battle in a loss

Girls basketball roundup: Tigers give Otters a battle in a loss

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Girls basketball roundup: Tigers give Otters a battle in a loss

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Class 3A No. 1-ranked Fergus Falls held off St. Cloud Tech 50-42 in a Central Lakes Conference game Thursday night at Tech High School.

The Tigers cut the deficit to two points midway through the second half against the undefeated Otters.

Kaila Burroughs tallied 14 points to best Tech (5-5 CLC, 9-8 overall).

Hanna Swenson had 20 points for the Otters.

FERGUS FALLS – Devonie Smith 6, Bailey Strand 9, Brianna Rasmusson 4, Hanna Swenson 20, Anna Monke 11.

TECH – Kaelyn Angell 5, Leah Wurm 7, Kaila Burroughs 14, Jill Kedrowski 3, Tiana Brown 2, Sam Boettcher 2, Anne Soenneker 9.

Halftime score: Fergus Falls 23, St. Cloud Tech 15.

ALEXANDRIA 61, SARTELL 43

ALEXANDRIA – Amanda Christianson had 18 points to lead the Cardinals to the CLC win over the Sabres.

Taylor Mareck led the Sabres (5-4 CLC, 10-7 overall) with 14 points and Ashton Haider had 11 points.

SARTELL – Hailey Winter 2, Kim Zipp 3, Taylor Mareck 14, Mika Carriere 2, Ashton Haider 11, Kendra Raths 8, Emily Johnson 3.

ALEXANDRIA – Emily Thul 2, Amanda Christianson 18, Macy Hatlestad 2, Sarah Bruzek 5, Karly Betterman 13, Jessica Syvrud 3, Kalli Bowser 10, Amanda Gould 6, Kendall Kohler 2.

Halftime score: Alexandria 27, Sartell 13.

ST. CLOUD APOLLO 58,
SAUK RAPIDS 54

Morgan Tesch was at the free-throw line for the Eagles with less than a minute remaining in this CLC game at Apollo High School.

Apollo held a one point lead at the time. Tesch made both free throws and Apollo went on to take down the Storm.

Katrina Johnson scored 22 and grabbed six rebounds to lead Apollo (4-11). Bailey Bemboom scored 23 to pace Sauk Rapids.

SAUK RAPIDS – Tara Paulsen 2, Ellie Henkemeyer 3, Bailey Bemboom 23, Rachel Paulsen 13, Emma Woods 2, Andrea Skillingstad 6, Sophie Harris 4.

APOLLO – Sabina Babic 7 (5 rebounds), Katrina Johnson 22, (6 rebounds), Abby Notch 10 (7 assists), Alyssan Steve 4, Liz Lowery 4, Morgan Tesch 9, Mary Thuok 2.

Halftime score: Sauk Rapids 30, Apollo 28.

WILLMAR 70, ROCORI 56

WILLMAR – Heather Horning’s 15 points pushed the Cardinals over Rocori.

Shaina Schmitz (15 points) and Ashley Svihel (11 points) were the lone Spartans to reach double figures. Rocori drops to 8-8 on the season.

ROCORI – Shaina Schmitz 15, Ashley Svihel 11, Heather Buerman 9, Kim Ficker 8, Abby Templin 6, Jill Rothstein 3, Maggie Young 2, Kristen Mehr 2.

WILLMAR – Heather Horning 15, Anne Dunham 12, Kalley Fosso 12, Courtney Magnuson 15, Jordan Martins 8, McKenzie Hastad 3, Kassy Linbo 2, Leah Ruter 3.

Halftime score: Willmar 39, Rocori 29.

OSAKIS 48, ROYALTON 24

ROYALTON – Osakis’ Annalise Savageau poured in 22 points to pace her team to the victory.

Osakis led 32-8 at the half. Haley Olson led the Royals (8-8) with six points.

LP-GE 54, ST. JOHN’S PREP 49

COLLEGEVILLE – Jenna Langer had 17 points as the Thunder held off the Johnnies.

Laura Geisenhof and Sam Zastrow added 13 points each for LP-GE. The Thunder came back from a 26-20 halftime deficit to win.

Leah Schellinger led the Johnnies with a double-double of 19 points and 11 boards. Emma Backes dished out nine assists for St. John’s Prep (0-7, 2-11).

LPGE – Maddie Zastrow 6, Laura Geisenhof 13, Amber Warner 3, Raelyn Miller 2, Jenna Langer 17, Sam Zastrow 13.

ST. JOHN’S PREP – Brittney Krebsbach 5, Ellen Arnold 5, Cora Griffin 15, Emma Backes 5 (9 assists), Leah Schellinger 19 (11 rebounds).

Halftime score: St. John’s Prep 26, LP-GE 20.

BOLD 79, MELROSE 49

MELROSE – Carly Sigurdson poured in 23 points, Baylie Kubesh had 20 and Taylor Ebnet 16 to lead BOLD (14-3).

Emily Goerdt paced Melrose (2-14) with 13 points. Gabi Sawyer had 12 and Tayler Reller added 11.

BOLD led 36-22 at halftime.

SAUK CENTRE 53, MORRIS 22

MORRIS – Macy Weller had a night to remember, going over 1,000 points in her career for the Mainstreeters. She finished with 10 points.

Ali Peterson also had 10 points for the Mainstreeters (8-0, 14-1).

SEBEKA 62, SWANVILLE 52

SWANVILLE – Swanville’s Marissa Evans had a career-high with 38 points, but it wasn’t enough in a loss to Sebeka.

Evans had a double-double with 13 rebounds. Heidi Olson had 16 points for Sebeka. Swanville fell to 3-10.

UPSALA 66, ONAMIA 23

UPSALA – Aimee Pelzer scored 20 points and Tracy Herzog added 15 as nine of 11 Cardinals who played varsity scored in the nonconference win.

Upsala is ranked sixth in the state in Class A and is 14-0. The Cardinals led 39-7 at halftime.

Onamia got 10 points from Mackenzie Morin.

Upsala is host to top-ranked Maranantha Christian Academy at 5:30 p.m. Saturday.

MAPLE LAKE 63,
HOLDINGFORD 53

MAPLE LAKE – Rachel Latour and Dani Hudek each had 15 points to help the Irish (3-5, 8-7) to the victory.

Hannah Haegele added 11 points for the Irish. Jena Volkers and Samantha Maciej both had 14 points for Holdingford (1-7, 2-12) and Jodi Middendorf had 10 points.

Maple Lake led 34-21 at the half.

PIERZ 67,
KIMBALL 61 (OT)

KIMBALL – Pierz (5-3 Central Minnesota, 10-7 overall) outscored Kimball (4-4, 7-7) 8-2 in overtime, getting 18 points apiece from Alyssa Boser and Megan Boser.

Kimball trailed by seven points with less than a minute remaining, but tied it up on Breane Meierhofer’s three-pointer with 15 seconds remaining. Meierhofer finished with 22 points.

Meierhofer had a steal and a chance to win it, but her shot at the buzzer missed.

Allie Seth had 14 points for Kimball, which plays at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at St. Cloud Cathedral.

EV-W 48, HL-WW 37

EDEN VALLEY – Senior center Courtney Dilley had a double-double of 26 points and 15 rebounds to lead the Eagles to the win.

Eden Valley-Watkins improves to 8-0 in the Central Minnesota Conference with the win.

Junior gaurd Mackenzie Uter led the Lakers with 14 points. EV-W led 26-23 at the half.

ANNANDALE 36,
HOLY FAMILY 28

ANNANDALE – Hannah Spaulding scored 15 of her game-high 17 points in the first half in the Cardinals’ win.

Junior Emmy Whitesell contributed seven points for the Cardinals. Emily Bauer and Michaela Rasmussen each had eight points for Holy Family.

Annandale improves to 6-1 in the Wright County Conference.

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