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Rank and Scores


Fri, Feb 4th, 2011
Posted in Sports

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(Boys) Zumbrota-Mazeppa 62, Chatfield 43 (Jake Peterson 16)

(Girls) Houston 47, Lanesboro 45 (Kasi Wangen 12; Paige Hungerholt 10 and 6. Burros were 1 of 11 from downtown)

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(Boys) Fillmore Central 42, #1 PEM 76 (Jordan Ristau 10. Cole Olstad had 26 for the 15-1 Bulldogs. PEM's average margin of victory is 27 points. Closest win; 15 points)

(Boys) Hope Lutheran 53, Lanesboro 69 (Braden Hanson 26; C.D. Hanson 11. The duo combined for 7 three-pointers. The Burros were 11 of 27 from deep as a team; 41%)

(Boys) Spring Grove 72, Mabel-Canton 47 (Steve Smith 18 & 14. SG's Aric Elton 27)

(Boys) Southland 76, Rushford-Peterson 64 (Nick Thompson 22; Ben Krambeer 15; Trent Vix 11. Alan May 24 and Mike Goergen 21 for the Rebels. Trojan took 30 3's, made 8; Rebels took 5, made 4. FG %'s: Southland 58.3, R-P 39.3)

(Girls) Rushford-Peterson 42, Southland 65 (Kenzie Lind 14 and 11. Jana Schammel 24 for the Rebels, 21 in the first half. Rebels were 9 of 18 from behind the arc. Trojan FG%: 22.9)

(Girls) Hope Lutheran 74, Lanesboro 63 (P. Hungerholt 21 and 10; K. Wangen 12 and 10)

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(Boys) Winona-Cotter 54, Lanesboro 59 (Cory Strom 16; C.D. Hanson 15 points all from deep; Braden Hanson 12; Lucas Johnson 10, 7, & 5. Gus Cochran had 23 for Cotter)

(Girls) Schaeffer Academy 34, Mabel-Canton 47 (Alix Kerns 16. M-C hit 9 three-pointers)

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(Boys) L-A 72, Kingsland 78 (Tanner Lange 29; Jacob Harder 15 and 9; Nate Vorwerk 8, 8 assists, & 6 steals. Knights made 30 (of 40) free throws. Knights 5th straight win)

(Boys) Leroy-Ostrander 30, Mabel-Canton 57 (Steve Smith 30 & 16; Jacolby Bigalk 7, 5, & 7. Cougars avenge 74-68 December loss)

(Boys) Lanesboro 73, Schaeffer Academy 49 (B. Hanson 15, 8, & 5; Justin Gudmundson 14; Cory Strom 13. Turnovers: Burros 8, Schaeffer 22. Burros have won 4 straight and 6 of 7)

(Girls) Mabel-Canton 24, Leroy-Ostrander 34 (Kayla Rasmussen 12)

(Girls) Chatfield 51, Rushford-Peterson 28 (Karen Sass 19 for Chatfield. Amy Todd 10 for R-P. Chatfield led 35-17 at the half and never looked back. Win avenges a loss in December where the score was 52-28 R-P, a 47-point turnaround. Chatfield has won 4 of 5)

(Girls) Schaeffer Academy 43, Lanesboro 52 (Emma McGrath 14, 6, 4 assists, & 4 steals; P. Hungerholt 14)

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(Boys) Kingsland 51, Winona Cotter 53 (N. Vorwerk 13; Joey Strike 11. Knights missed front end of three-one-and-ones in the final three minutes. Cotter hit 7 of 10 second half three-pointers including one that won the game. Loss ends Kingsland's 5-game winning streak)

(Girls) Kingsland 44, Winona Cotter 63 (Molly Greiner 18 and 8; Mandi Tart 11, 5, & 4 assists. Cotter led 33-32 at the break; the Knights scored 12 2nd half points)

RECORDS

Chatfield (Boys 2-9, 4-12. Girls 7-5, 10-7; 6th in Three Rivers)

Fillmore Central (Boys 1-12, 2-14. Girls 11-4, 12-5; 2nd in Three Rivers)

Kingsland (Boys 9-3, 9-7; 3rd in Three Rivers. Girls 9-5, 12-7; 5th in Three Rivers)

Lanesboro (Boys 8-2, 12-4; 4th in SEC. Girls 5-8, 5-14)

Mabel-Canton (Boys 4-6, 4-11. Girls 4-7, 5-10)

Rushford-Peterson (Boys 9-4, 13-4; 4th in Three Rivers. Girls 3-12, 4-14)

Other Three Rivers Boys Squads: 1st PEM (13-0, 17-1), 2nd Caledonia (11-1, 14-3), 5th Southland (7-6, 11-7)

Other Three Rivers Girls Squads: 1st Caledonia (14-0, 16-3), 3rd Southland (9-4, 14-4), 4th Dover-Eyota (9-5, 12-6)

Other SEC Boys Squads: 1st Glenville-Emmons (10-1, 14-1), 2nd Spring Grove (10-1, 11-6), 3rd Houston (8-2, 11-3)

Top Three SEC Girls Squads: 1st Spring Grove (12-0, 18-1), 2nd Glenville-Emmons (9-3, 11-3), 3rd Lyle-Austin Pacelli (9-3, 9-5)

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