Prep roundup: Apollo thumps Cathedral, 90-74

Prep roundup: Apollo thumps Cathedral, 90-74

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Prep roundup: Apollo thumps Cathedral, 90-74

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Brett Maslonkowski scored 29 points as St. Cloud Apollo coasted to a 90-74 nonconference win against St. Cloud Cathedral Monday at Halenbeck Hall.

Grant Trokey hit four 3-pointers in the first half to open up the Apollo lead, which was 48-30 at halftime.

Trokey finished with 19 points for the Eagles (10-9 overall).

Brindley Theisen led Cathedral (15-4 overall and ranked fourth in Class 2A) with 20 points. Brady Schmit chipped in 19 points with five 3-pointers for the Crusaders.

APOLLO – Isaak Rakke 12, Ethan Carlson 3, Grant Trokey 19, John Quinlan 2, Luke Stangler 1, Brett Maslonkowski 29, Ethan Novacinski 4, Trevor Tesch 4, Jack Atkinson 2, Michael Ashwill 2, Jeremy Koffi 12.

CATHEDRAL – Brindley Theisen 20, Steven Neutzling 4, Tom Burt 5, Brady Schmit 19, Isaac Heying 2, Patrick Ellingson 4, Brady Yoerg 9, Jake Spaniol 9, Ben Thell 2.

Halftime score: Apollo 48, Cathedral 30

Sartell 58, Alexandria 56

SARTELL – Parker Hagen led Sartell with a game-high 17 points in the Sabres’ Central Lakes Conference win against Alexandria.

Sartell led by as many as 12 points in the second half but Alexandria hit two 3-pointers in the last minute to cut the lead to one point.

Sartell’s Ben Lanners hit one of two free throws with seven seconds left and Logan Doyle missed a desparation 3-pointer at the buzzer for the Cardinals.

The Sabres (6-4 CLC, 9-8 overall) went 7-for-19 from the free-throw line.

“To end up winning a close game when you shoot like that from the line isn’t common,” said Sartell coach Dave Angell.

ALEXANDRIA – Brandon Bistodear 12, John Vogler 11, Travis Krueger 5, David Krivanek 10, Logan Doyle 15, Chase Kohler 3.

SARTELL – Tom Bearson 16, Pat Fischer 7 (8 assists, 6 rebounds), Brandon Snoberger 2, Ben Lanners 4, Tim Immelman 12, Parker Hagen 17.

Halftime score: Sartell 18, Alexandria 15

St. Cloud Tech 54, Coon Rapids 51

Kaila Burroughs scored 21 points in St. Cloud Tech’s nonconference victory against Coon Rapids at Tech High School.

The Tigers (12-9 overall) shot 27-for-40 from the free-throw line, their biggest lead was eight points and they never trailed.

Anne Soenneker finished with 11 points for Tech.

COON RAPIDS – Kenzie Balego 8, Shayla Huffman 13, Raquel Hawkins 12, Courtney Posiowitz 13, Emily Haeska 2, Tashyna Jones 2.

TECH – Kaelyn Angell 4, Leah Wurm 6, Lizzy Krippner 1, Kaila Burroughs 21, Jill Kedrowski 6, Tiana Brown 4, Sam Boettcher 1, Anne Soenneker 11.

Halftime score: Tech 26, Coon Rapids 19

Foley 58, Maple Lake 48

MAPLE LAKE – Tara Dusharm finished with 29 points, leading Foley (14-6) to a nonconference win at Maple Lake.

FOLEY – Kayla Koscielniak 3, Shelby Lewandowski 3, Madi Knapek 3, Cassie Larson 3, Melaina Helmin 3, Jess Bishop 6, Ashley Thell 9, Tara Dusharm 28.

MAPLE LAKE – Rachel Latour 16, Rayne Coughlin 9, Hannah Haegele 3, Emily Webb 3, Shelby Rachel 6, Dani Hudek 7, Lauryn Aanerud 4.

Halftime score: Foley 25, Maple Lake 21.

Browerville 61, St. John’s Prep 48

COLLEGEVILLE – Kendra Buchta’s 20 points pushed Browerville to a Prairie Conference win against St. John’s Prep.

Cora Griffen led the Johnnies (0-9 Prairie, 2-12 overall) with 18 points.

BROWERVILLE – Quinn Kircher 6, Paige Callahan 4, Kale Knutson 12, Crystal Pearson 19, Kendra Buchta 20.

PREP – Brittany Krebsbach 3, Ellen Arnold 14, Cora Griffen 18, Taylor Nydeen 4, Leah Schellinger 4, Rachel Odenthal 3.

Halftime score: Browerville 35, St. John’s Prep 24.

Osakis 72, Upsala 62

OSAKIS – Madi Forsell scored 21 points as Osakis topped Upsala in Prairie play. Aimee Pelzer led Upsala (10-1 Prairie, 16-2 overall) with 16 points and Tracy Herzog added 14.

Brandon-Evansville 47, BBE 36

BRANDON – Becca Gruber finished with 10 points and 10 rebounds but Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa fell to Brandon-Evansville in nonconference play. Megan Weller also had 10 points for the Jaguars (4-13 overall).

River Lakes 5, Fergus Falls 3

FERGUS FALLS – Jocie Kooiman scored with a little over 3 minutes remaining in the third period to snap a 3-3 tie, and then added a clinching empty-net goal with 12 seconds remaining as the Stars (10-11-4 overall) beat Fergus Falls in a makeup game.

Shelby Teal, Allie Stanger and Erin Porwoll added goals in support of goaltender Shana Clark.

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