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Start to finish, Burros down Cougars


Fri, Dec 9th, 2011
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The Lanesboro and Mabel-Canton girls' b-ball squads came into their SEC opener exactly alike in one area. Each had a new coach. M-C headman Doug Carlson has experience, having led FC a few years back. Lanesboro headman Ryan Scheevel has exactly three games under his varsity (b-ball) coaching belt. The fourth time was evidently the charm. The Burros began 6-0 and 13-2 en route to a 27-10 halftime lead. The Cougar offense was better in the second half. Following three-pointers by Lydia Geving and Danielle Paul, the lead was cut to nine (36-27) at the 8:10 mark. Lanesboro closed the game out though, as Bryn Harmon had 8 of her game-high 15 in the final six minutes. The 53-33 victory is win number one of the season for the orange and black. Paige Hungerholt and Johanna Bearson side-kicked Harmon with 9 apiece. M-C was paced by Christy Welscher's 10-point, 13-rebound effort. Lydia Geving did a bit of everything with 10 points, 7 rebounds, and 8 steals. It was the Coug's season-opener.

Bench Helps Knights

Past Trojans...

Both Kingsland and Rushford-Peterson took the court in their opening Three Rivers conference match-up with nine girls active. By the end of the game, each was down to seven. Kingsland, utilizing a more productive bench, was better able to withstand their two fouls outs. They were also better at full strength too, never trailing in the first half, taking a 29-21 lead into the mid-point locker room. Trojan Amy Todd had something to say early in the second stanza. The 5'9" junior scored three baskets in three straight trips, capping a 10-2 R-P run that brought the score even at 31. The Knights withstood the storm though, as point guard McKayla Pruter's defense led to a couple buckets. When Todd fouled out with 7:16 to go, Kingsland again was in command (46-39). With a second starter, Kendra Crawford, out with an injury, the home Trojans just couldn't hang. Kingsland slightly expanded their lead in the waning minutes, ultimately prevailing 59-49. Kenzie Lind stuffed R-P's stats column, leading them in points (15), rebounds (14), assists (6), and steals (4). Amy Todd finished with 10. The Knights got great balance. Starters Lindsay Tart (12 pts, 3 stls), MacKenzie Marzolf (11 pts, 8 rebs), and Pruter (9 pts, 7 ass, and 4 stls) all did effective work, but so did bench players Nicole Swanson (9 pts, 5 rebs), Jessi Kaster (6 pts), and Breanna Musel (6 pts). The Knight bench outscored R-P's 21 to 7. Kingsland was also better at the charity stripe, converting 13 of 18 attempts (72%) versus R-P's 17 of 31 (55%). R-P is 0-2 overall.

...Swanson's Effort Leads to 'W' Versus Tigers

A night later, 6'2" Nicole Swanson was in the lady Knight starting lineup, and the limelight, at home versus Lake City. Swanson was very efficient, converting 6 of 9 two-point attempts and 5 of 6 free throws for a team-high 17 points. Lindsay Tart and MacKenzie Marzolf each added 10. Cheyenne Losey had 8 points and a team high 7 rebounds. The Knights built a 33-24 halftime lead, then utilized a full court pressure defense (12 second half forced TO's) to extend that lead sizably, ultimately prevailing 64-43. Kingsland again took full advantage of the free throw line, converting on 24 of 35 attempts (to Lake City's 8 of 15). The win is the Knights third in four tries with their only loss coming in overtime in a season-opening tournament contest. Tiger Ashley Gates led everyone with 16 points.

GBB

(11-28)

•Crestwood (Cresco), IA 79, Lanesboro 23 (L: P. Hungerholt/B. Harmon 6. C: Olivia Kriener 26)

(11-29)

•#4 in AA Caledonia 64, Rushford-Peterson 23 (R-P: Amy Todd 8 pts & 8 rebs. C: Maria Fruechte 20; Molly Mullins 13. Offensive Rebounding: R-P 3, Caledonia 28)

•Plainview-Elgin-Millville 56, Fillmore Central 35 (FC: Alex Peterson 15; PEM: Taylor Aakre 22)

•Chatfield 62, Wabasha-Kellogg 16 (C: Sydney Irish 12; MaKenzie Miller 11; Sarah Costello 9 pts, 5 rebs; Traci McDonald 8 pts, 8 rebs; Erin Kammer 6 pts, 9 stls, 4 ass. Gophers snatched 29 steals and 18 offensive rebounds)

(12-2)

•Mabel-Canton 33, #6 in A Spring Grove 73 (M-C: C. Welscher 13 pts, 5 rebs. SG: Richell Mehus 27; Addy Cross 21; Taylor Elton 8 pts, 11 ass, 10 stls. Lions made 8 of 12 threes. Cougars are 0-2 in conference/overall)

•Pine Island 48, Chatfield 25 (C: E. Kammer 8. PI: Courtney Pahl 15; Cede Finstuen 14. Goph's: 31 TO's)

•St. Charles 63, Fillmore Central 29 (Falcons are 0-2)

•Houston 35, Lanesboro 46 (L: P. Hungerholt 17. H: Brooke Anderson 12; Abbey Lokken 10. FT's: anes 14-30, Houston 3-10. 'Canes led by two at half. A Burro-run put them in control. 'Canes got no closer than four. Burros improve overall record to 2-3)

(12-3)

• #9 in AA Rochester-Lourdes 62, Chatfield 55 (C: S. Costello 15 pts, 9 rebs; M. Miller 10 pts; T. McDonald 9 pts, 9 rebs; Kyndra Neis 9 pts (three 3's). R-L: Hannah Anderson 24 pts (five 3's); Stephanie Helt 16 pts. Gophers 28 TO's. Overall record stands even at 2-2)

BBB

(12-2)

•Chatfield 60, Pine Island 61 (C: Nate Skare 15 points including 4 three's; Tyler Lund 15. PI: Colton Sinning 17; Austin McGee 16; Alex Traut 11 pts & 8 rebs. Gophers made just 10 of 24 FT's)

(12-3)

•Rochester-Lourdes 70, Chatfield 45 (C: Jesse Julian/Nate Skare 8. R-L: Mark Pagel 29; Jacob Schaefer 13. Gophers are 0-2)

•Lake City 57, Kingsland 47 (K: Tanner Lange 13 pts, 6 ass; Devin Pokorney 11. LC: Zach Hinrichs 23 pts & 13 rebs. Knights shot 19 of 72 from field. First game for each squad)

Wrestling

(12-1)

Chatfield 57, Lewiston-Altura/Rushford-Peterson 21 (C: Got pins at 106 (Ty Van Sickel), 113 (Hank Friederichs), 120 (Tye Bentz), 126 (Harvey Friederichs), 138 (Ryan Meeker), 145 (Josh Johnson), 160 (Jeremy Benike), 195 (Justin Viss), and 285 (Cody Wrubel). Got decision 'W' at 132 (Alex Haffner). LARP: Got pins at 170 (Tucker Speltz) and 220 (Greg Johnson); won tech fall decision at 152 (Jordan Theede) & maj. decision at 182 (Dylan DePestal))

(12-2)

•GMLOK 28, St. Charles 48 (GMLOK lost first five weights via pin. Got wins at 138 (Noah Schlee-maj. dec.), 145 (Parker Hale-pin), 152 (Brock Johnson-pin), 160/170 (Lucas Roe/Wyatt Richardson-forfeit victories), but then lost final four weights (forfeit, decision, pin, & pin))

(12-3)

•New Prague Trojan Invite (By going 3-2, Chatfield took 3rd. Beat Sibley East (46-23), lost to New Prague (41-29) and St. Peter (36-35), before beating Waseca (57-19) and Cannon Falls (35-29))

•Faribault Dick Shiels Invite (GMLOK took 8th of 14 squads. Individually: Lucas Roe took 1st. Noah Schlee (132) took 3rd. Blake Olson (120) and Jace Bunne (126) both took 6th)

•Winona Invite (Teamwise, LARP took 3rd and FCLMC took 12th of 15. Individually for LARP, Jordan Theede (145) took 1st, Justin Doerr (126) took 2nd, Dylan Depestal (170) took 3rd, Chris Boehmke (152) took 3rd, Calvin Doerr (132) took 4th, Tucker Speltz (160) took 4th, Greg Johnson (182) took 4th. Individually for FCLMC, Monty Holm (152) took 2nd & Niko Anderson (160) took 3rd.

•State Ranked county wrestlers (November 18th poling) Class AA: Justin Doeer-LARP (#4 at 126), Jordan Theede-LARP (#3 at 138), Lucas Roe-GMLOK (#9 at 152), Greg Johnson-LARP (#9 at 182). Class A: Alex Haffner-Chatfield (#10 at 113), Cody Wrubel-Chatfield (5th at 285).

Three Rivers Football All-Conference

Fillmore Central: QB Andy Todd (Sr), OL/DT Logan Whitehill (Sr), FB/LB Zach OIstad (Sr), TB/CB Tyler Eickhoff (Sr), WR/LB Tanner Ristau (Sr)

Chatfield: LB/FB Justin Viss (Jr), TB/CB Jake Neis (So), T/DE Tyler Lund (Sr)

Rushford-Peterson: OL/DL Jacob Agrimson (Sr), T/LB Dalton Bellock (Jr)

Kingsland: G/DL Ray Valazquez (Sr), TB/DB Sam Eberle (Sr)

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