Friday sports roundup: Worthington wins outdoor hockey game in Winona – Reuters Sports News

Friday night sports report:

boys hockey

Worthington 5, Winona Cotter 4

WINONA – In an away game, the Worthington Trojans men’s hockey team warmed up for a 5-4 win over Winona Cotter on Friday night.

Levi Kuhl, Konner Honius, Blake Luinenburg, Ian Bumgardner and Caden Van Briesen scored goals for the Trojans. Luinenburg was credited with a pair of assists.

Worthington will face Cotter again on Saturday morning (February 19).

Key 1 2 1 — 4

Worthington 3 0 2 — 5

Girls basketball

Sibley-Ocheyedan ​​58, Central Sioux 38

SIBLEY, Iowa — In an Iowa Class 2A, Region 2 matchup, Madison Brouwer scored 18 points with eight rebounds, two steals and a block to lead Sibley-Ocheyedan ​​to a win over Sioux Central. Olivia Hensch finished with 14 points, with three 3-pointers and five assists. Marissa Ackerman had 14 points and 10 rebounds. Keytin Elser had five points and 10 rebounds.

Sioux Central’s Halle Laursen scored 12 of four 3-pointers, and Bradi Krager finished with 11.

Sibley-Ocheyedan ​​12 15 20 11 — 58

Central Sioux 11 4 17 6 ​​– 38

Luvern 57, JCC 49

JACKSON – Brooklyn Ver Steeg scored 19 points to lead the Minnesota Luverne Cardinals to a win over the Jackson County Central Huskies.

JCC’s Maci Farmer scored 17 points with nine rebounds. Rylie Cother finished with 14 points and seven rebounds. Sadie Voss, one of the Huskies’ best offensive players, had just seven points, all in the second half.

In the first half, one of Luverne’s best players, Elizabeth Wagner, left the game due to injury.

Luvern 23 57

CCJ 20 59

Central Christian 51, Edgerton 40

EDGERTON — Colette Duininck scored 21 points to lead the Christian Bluejays of central Minnesota to a win over the Edgerton Flying Dutchmen. Her teammate Molly Mulder had 16 points.

Edgerton’s Reece Wassink scored 13 points and Alyda Vande Griend 10 points.

Windows 71, MLA/C 69

MOUNTAIN LAKE — Kendyl Sammons of Windom scored 24 points to lead the team to a win over the Mountain Lake/Comfrey Wolverines area. Hadley Sammons had 17 points.

Brooke Naas scored 19 points for Mountain Lake Area/Confrey. Julia Brinkman and Riley Schroeder had 11 points each.

Windom 25 71

MAL/C 29 69

boys basketball

CFC 72, CRR 41

LAMBERTON — Southwest Christian’s Micah Schaap scored 15 points to lead the team to a win over Red Rock Central. Dawson Rieck and Jarett Kuipers each had 12 points. Carter Van Hulzen finished with 11 points.

RRC’s Ashton Junke scored nine points and Joe Stroke eight points.

SWC’s overall record is 19-4 and 13-1 in the conference.

The RRC’s overall record is 2-20 and 1-12 in the conference. The next RRC game is next Tuesday against Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda in Lamberton.

CFC 46 72

CRR 22 41

HLO/F 66, WWG 56

WESTBROOK – Carter Drent scored 30 points with his 1,000th point early in the second half to lead the Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda Coyotes to a win over the Westbrook-Walnut Grove Chargers. Sayer Drent finished with 20 points and Parker Murphy 12 points.

WWG’s Kole Curry scored 17 points. Cole Vande Wiele finished with 15 points and Brady Ross with 11 points.

HLO/F 31 66

WWG 27 56

MCC 66, A/E 60

ELLSWORTH – Martin County Central’s Nathaniel Kleven scored 18 points to lead the team to a victory over the Adrian/Ellsworth Dragons. Chant Mitchell finished with 16 points and Tanner Graphenteen with 12 points. Christian Tentinger finished with 10 points.

Peyton Lewis, senior A/E, scored 25 points and Dawson Krahling, 11 points.

CCM 26 66

A/E 29 60

MLA/C 68, HBC 61

HILLS – Kolby Kremmin scored 22 points to lead Mountain Lake Area/Confrey to a win over Hills-Beaver Creek. Carter Olson finished with 18 points and Damon Khamvongsa with 13 points.

H-BC’s Cole Baker scored 20 points, Oliver Deelstra finished with 15 points and Liam Raymond had nine points.

MLA/C 24 68

H-BC 24 61

Fairmont 70, Windom area 65

FAIRMONT — In a five-point loss to Fairmont, Windom Area’s Henry Erickson scored 32 points with six assists.
The Eagles’ Abe McKibbin had 17 points and Dylan Serreyn had 14 points and 11 rebounds.

Catherine J. Martinez