Prep roundup: Rocori boys pick up road victory

Prep roundup: Rocori boys pick up road victory

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Prep roundup: Rocori boys pick up road victory

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NEW LONDON – Mac Mueller’s 28 points and Jonah Eisenschenk’s 26 helped pace Rocori to a 77-72 nonconference win at New London-Spicer Monday night.

Rocori (7-7) led 38-31 at the half. Eisenschenk went 9 of 10 from the free-throw line in the second half.

Joey Dreier led the Wildcats (9-8) with 31 points, Aaron Ruter had 15 points and Ryan Vraa had 10 points.

Rocori is host to Willmar on Thursday in Cold Spring.

ROCORI – Mac Mueller 28, Jonah Eisenschenk 26, Marshal Wirtzfeld 2, Brad Fabel 8, Zach Templin 7, Jeron Terres 4, Cole Field 2.

NLS – Ryan Vraa 10, Joey Dreier 31, Aaron Ruter 15, Trent Boie 2, Nick LaPatka 5, Brett Olson 5, Shane Zylstra 4.

Halftime score: Rocori 38, NL-S 31.

ST. JOHN’S PREP 56, KIMBALL 45

COLLEGEVILLE – The Johnnies came back from an 18-0 deficit to win the nonconference game.

After being down 22-2, the Johnnies outscored the Cubs 54-23 from that point on. Kimball led 28-22 at the half.

Zack Dehler led the Johnnies (7-7) with 16 points, Luke Teigen had a double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds and Grant Franke had 12 points and six rebounds.

Cameron Hunt had 14 points to lead the Cubs. St. John’s Prep is host to Royalton Thursday.

KIMBALL – Preston Peglow 5, Mathias Hennen 5, Joey VonWahlde 7, Cameron Hunt 14, Austin Roerick 2, Cole Denn 4, Jarred Merchant 8.

ST. JOHN’S PREP – Alex Kendall 6, Luke Teigen 12 (10 rebounds), Pat Arnold 2, R.J. Alpers 8, Zack Dehler 16, Grant Franke 12 (6 rebounds).

Halftime score: Kimball 28, St. John’s Prep 22.

A-C-GC 80, PAYNESVILLE 66

PAYNESVILLE – Mitch Weidner put up 19 points for the Bulldogs, but it wasn’t enough to hold off the Falcons (13-5).

Weidner hit five three-pointers and had four assists.

Taylor Larson had 24 points on the strength of eight three-pointers for the Falcons and Dylan Hoerchler had 22 points and six rebounds.

Hayden Hengel had 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Bulldogs (1-13). A-C-GC led 41-26 at the half.

SAUK CENTRE 54, MINNEWASKA AREA 25

SAUK CENTRE – The Class 2A seventh-ranked Mainstreeters took a 35-14 halftime lead and didn’t look back in a West Central Conference victory.

Macy Weller led Sauk Centre (15-1) with 12 points and Elizabeth Ellens had 11. Paige Anderson had nine points for Minnewaska.

FOLEY 53, MORA 30

FOLEY – Shelby Lewandowski had 14 points to help the Falcons to an easy Granite Ridge Conference win over Mora.

Six-foot-5 sophomore center Tara Dusharm added 13 points for Foley. Foley led 21-7 at the half.

MORA – Brooke Elvehjem 9, Hailee Archambeau 4, Noelle Elvehjem 12, Katie Murner 3, Heather Hanson 2.

FOLEY – Shelby Lewandowski 14, Maddie Knapek 5, Jessica Bishop 9, Bailyn Walz 2, Ashley Thell 8, Kenzie Dingman 2, Tara Dusharm 13.

Halftime score: Foley 21, Mora 7.

MILACA 63, SPECTRUM-PACT CHARTER 43

MILACA – Julia Putz had 16 points in the Wolves’ easy win over Spectrum-PACT Charter.

Sarah Forker added 10 points for Milaca and Alex Ploeger had eight points. Rachel Stevenson had 18 points for Spectrum-PACT Charter. Milaca led 27-14 at the half.

SOUTHWEST CHRISTIAN 41, ST. JOHN’S PREP 32

CHASKA – The Johnnies lost the nonconference game to the Stars.

Southwest Christian led 19-15 at the half. Christine Piwnica led the Stars with 17 points. No other information was available.

BRAHAM 92, EAST CENTRAL 36

BRAHAM – Rebekah Dahlman scored 32 points and Kayle Nickles added 21 as Braham (16-0 overall) rolled to a 61-12 halftime lead and routed East Central (9-5).

ST. CLOUD TECH 145.025, ST. CLOUD APOLLO 129.675

The Class 2A No. 3 ranked Tigers (7-0) rolled to the Central Lakes Conference win at Tech High School.

Tech’s Taylor Pick won the all-around (36.55) while placing first in the vault (9.55) and beam (9.15). Pick was fourth on the bars (8.65) and second in the floor exercise (9.2).

Tech’s Mariah Miller took second in the all-around (36.075) and Katlyn Mohs was third (35.875).

Apollo’s Betty Grell was fourth in the all-around (34.75) and third in the floor (9.1). The Eagles are 1-5 on the season in duals.

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