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Mon, Feb 20th, 2012
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A night after the Patriots lost to the Giants in the Super Bowl XLVI, the Hope Lutheran Patriots visited Lanesboro for a boys-girls double shot. The ladies offered up the night’s competition. With 7:00 to go, Lanesboro led 40-32. Hope then engineered an 8-1 run. Down two with 0:23 left, they took possession. With 0:05, Shaina Laska hit a 12-footer off glass to send the game to OT. Burro freshmen Bailey Gartner broke the ice with a bucket. A pair of FT’s by Bryn Harmon gave the home squad a 49-47 lead (1:19 left). Another freebie by Alisa Warnes put Lanesboro up 50-47 (0:10 left). The Patriots then got a quick two (50-49). Lanesboro was fouled and made a FT. With 0:02 left, HL tossed a full-court pass directly to Tazhia Aune. She took a very open 15-footer, that only found iron. Lanesboro survived 51-49, playing much of the 2nd half without Paige Hungerholt (two hard spills). Patriot sophomore Dakota Ellinghuysen was the game’s star (21 pts, 17 rebs, 4 ass, 3 stls, 2 blks). Laska added 11. Harmon paced the Burros (15 pts, 9 rebs). Hungerholt (8 pts, 14 rebs) and Warnes (10 pts, 8 rebs) also were busy. The boys then took the court. The Burros shredded the nets from deep, nailing 14 1st half triples, building a 57-30, halftime lead! That was basically all she wrote, except for history…

…Hanson Shreds Record Books

…Amidst the dissection, Braden Hanson started playing himself toward a couple records. Burro #21 pumped in 22 first half points. In the second, he kept at it, as, though down a bunch, a couple Hope players weren’t exactly throwing in the towel. At 43 points, Hanson was just two shy of the Lanesboro boy’s all-time record of 1,352, set in 1962 by Bill Johnson. A 3-pointer later, his 9th of the night (15 attempts), Hanson attained history. He added a subsequent steal and a lay-in to set another mark, the single game Burro scoring record at 48 (on 18-28 FG’s, 3-3 FT’s). It’s the most in the county (topping R-P’s Nick Thompson, 43), and SE Minnesota for that matter, this season. Braden amazingly outshined Hope’s Caleb Forst. The 5’8” sophomore G was 9-12 from three, 14-22 FG’s (plus a FT), for 38 points! He outdid his classmate Jason Klug, who flirted with a triple double (was two rebounds and three assists away with a lot of game left, finished with 18 pts, 9 rebs, and 7 assists). With Cory Strom (15 points, 11 assists) and Luke Rogers (12) aiding Hanson, the Burros also fell just short of the century mark in a 97-63 trouncing.

Four-Way Feast

The 3-River’s girl’s race is a battle that will come down the wire. Southland (14-2, 20-2), Dover-Eyota (13-3, 19-5), Caledonia (14-3, 17-7), and Chatfield (12-3, 16-6) are all at jockeying at the top. They have thus far beaten up on each other. Southland (#10 in AA) has split with D-E, lost to Chatfield, and beaten Caledonia (game remaining against the later two). D-E has split with all three teams. Caledonia has split with Chatfield and D-E while losing to Southland (game remaining). Chatfield has split with D-E and Caledonia, while holding a victory over Southland (game remaining). The Gophers aided their cause by posting a couple victories the week of Monday the 6th, over Zumbrota-Mazeppa in non-conference action, and then St. Charles. Against Z-M, the Goph’s were up 52-43 with under 3:00 to go, but the Coug’s tied it at 52. A MaKenzie Miller bucket and four Sarah Costello FT’s equaled a 6-0 Chatfield run. Shooting 21 of 35 from the field, the home Lady Gophers secured a 61-57 victory. Miller (15 pts) and Costello (19 pts, 6 rebs, 4 assists, 3 stls) led the way. A Friday night later, Chatfield took on St. Charles. The Saints led 32-30 early in the 2nd half, but a 16-2 Gopher run (46-34), and then a 7-2 spurt (53-36) put Chatfield in command. The Goph’s triumphed 58-42. Again, Costello (13 pts, 6 rebs) and Miller (12 pts, 11 rebs) were the main cogs, though in both games Chatfield’s balance was key (8 Gophers scored in each). Leah Putzier led the Saints (19 pts and 8 rebs). The Gopher depth will be critical as the regular season and post-season evolve, though one thing is certainly true. A year that started with a little uncertainty has turned out quite pleasant for Lady Gophers followers.

BBB

02-06

•Spring Grove 65, Mabel-Canton 46 (M-C: Steve Smith 19 pts, 10 rebs, and 6 blks; team shot 13-21 in 1st half (trailed 30-26), but 9-35 in 2nd (see final). SG: Aric Elton 31 pts, 8 rebs, 6 stls; Blaine Storlie 15)

•Chatfield 61, Z-M 71 (C: Nate Skare 16; Jayme LaPlante 15. Z-M: Lucas Ziemba 26 pts and 8 rebs)

•Houston 58, Fillmore Central 74 (FC: Tyler Eickhoff 22; Mitch Johnson/Isaac Sveen 12 each; Ryan Baker 11; team 68 points total previous two games versus L-A and D-E; Falcons are 4-1 against fellow Class A teams. H: Troy Sires 18; Hans Lundberg 14; Tyler Peplinski/Josh Vix 11 each)

02-09

•Kingsland 64, Lewiston-Altura 77 (K: Tanner Lange 26; Spencer Klevan 15. L-A: Josh Ehlenfeldt 27; Nate Reps 16 pts and 13 rebs; Jay Sommers 13; team out-rebounded Knights 37-20)

•Lanesboro 30, #9 in A Rushford-Peterson 74 (R-P: Nick Thompson 16 pts and 11 rebs; Austin O’Hare career best 16; Jorli Hauge 11 pts, 6 rebs; Team 28-6 1st half run. L: 37 TO’s, 0 FT’s; B. Hanson 5 pts (48 Monday))

•M-C 50, Rochester Area Home Schools 40 (M-C: S. Smith 24 pts on 11-14 FG’s and 10 rebs)

02-10

•Chatfield 60, St. Charles 68 (C: N. Skare 20; Jake Peterson 14; Mitch Irish 10. SC: Will Swiggum 28; Aaron Leistikow 20. Gophers led 38-27 at halftime. FT’s: C 10-16, SC 25-36. Chatfield is 6-10, 7-14)

•Glenville-Emmons 53, Lanesboro 72 (L: Cory Strom 25; Erik Peterson 20; K. Ruud 16 pts and 7 rebs; each hit 4 3’s. G-E: Derek Olson 20; Wyatt Madson 15. Game in Jan went to OT. Braden Hanson DNP. Burros are 14-2, 13-7. They trail SG (15-0, 18-2) and are virtually tied with Houston (12-2, 16-5) in SEC)

•Southland 67, R-P 73 (R-P: N. Thompson 25; Trent Vix 17 pts, 6 assists, 5 stls. S. Mike Goergen 23. R-P (13-4, 17-4), via a Kingsland loss (11-4, 14-7), is in 2nd place in 3-Rivers behind PEM (13-2, 15-6))

•Grand Meadow 38, M-C 50 (S. Smith 20 pts and 11 rebs; Adam Fravel 10 pts and 7 rebs)

02-11

•M-C 51, Lyle/Pacelli 53 (M-C: S. Smith 29 pts (13-16 FGs) and 13 rebs (11 double doubles in last 12 games); Jacoby Bigalk 10 pts, 6 rebs, and 9 assists. L/P: Jordan Hart 15; Jonah Rohne 13. 3’s: L/P 7, M-C 1. Smith had 21 points in 2nd half, rest of the team 6 (2-11 FG’s). Cougs (9-6, 11-11) trail SG, Lanesboro, and Houston in SEC)

•Kingsland 67, Pine Island 48 (K: Devin Pokorney 21; Sam Eberle 18; T. Lange 17. PI: Austin McGee 16. Knights (11-4, 14-7) are virtually in a 2nd place tie with R-P, behind PEM)

GBB

02-06

•FC 47, Houston 58 (FC: Alex Peterson 14 pts & 9 rebs; Morgan Malley 12; team led 31-22 at half, got outscored 36-16 in second stanza. H: Abby Lokken 24; Brooke Anderson 18 pts & 8 rebs. FC is 2-13)

02-09

•M-C 38, Roch. Home Schools 44 (M-C: Lydia Geving 10 pts, 5 assists, and 5 stls; Christy Welscher 8 pts and 9 rebs. Coug’s were up five with 3:00 to go, but RAHS (record 17-2) prevailed)

02-10

•L-A 62, Kingsland 58 (K: Cheyenne Losey 14 pts and 7 rebs; Nicole Swanson 10 pts and10 rebs; McKayla Pruter 8 pts, 5 rebs, 10 assists, 5 stls; Lindsay Tart 10. L-A: Jenny Mundt 20; Natalie Kalmes 16; Raelynn Speltz 12; Danielle Harstad 11. 3’s: K 4-23, L-A 2-11. Knights are 6-9, 10-13)

•Lanesboro 57, G-E 34 (L: Johanna Bearson 16 (4-6 3’s); B. Harmon 10 pts, 6 rebs, 5 assists; Kirsten Ruen 9 pts and 7 rebs. P. Hungerholt DNP per an injury. Burros are 11-5, 12-12. They trail #5 in A Spring Grove (16-0, 21-3), L-O (14-2, 18-6) and L/P (12-4, 15-7) in SEC play)

•R-P 37, Southland 67 (R-P: K. Lind 11 pts and 9 rebs. S: Jana Schammel 17; 11 girls scored. R-P is 5-13, 7-16)

•M-C 34, Grand Meadow 49 (M-C: C. Welscher 12. GM: Stephanie Russell 13; Audra Durham 12; Autumn Thorsen 11. An 11-2 GM run put them up 23-11 at halftime. M-C only got as close as five early in 2nd half)

02-11

•M-C 40, L/P 56 (M-C: Bailey Hanson 15 (five 3’s, 2nd most in a game in M-C girls history); L. Geving 15. L/P: Ann Rysavy 28. A 14-0 mid-second-half L/P run put them in control. Cougs are 4-12, 5-16)

Wrestling

02-09

•GMLOK 13, Chatfield 59 (Gopher wins; (106) via forfeit, Tye Bentz (113) 8-0 maj. dec., A.J. Riley (120) pin, Harvey Friederichs (126) pin, Alex Haffner (132) 11-2 maj. dec., (138) via forfeit, Josh Johnson (145) pin, (152) via forfeit, Matt Salerno (170) 2-0, (195) via forfeit, and (285) via forfeit. GMLOK wins: Lucas Roe (160) pin, Perry Stejskal (182) 13-0 maj. dec., and Richard Bain (220) 16-15)

•Winona Triangular > LARP 42, Rochester-Mayo 36 (Screamin’ Eagle wins: McCoy Tekautz (106), Justin Doerr (120), Jordan Theede (145), Chris Boehmke (152), Dylan DePestal (170), Nick Hoff (182), and Evan Bain (285) all by pin). LARP 46, Winona/Winona-Cotter 22

02-10

•Caledonia 38, LARP 30

•FCLMC Triangular > Dover-Eyota 48, FCLMC 26 (Wolves’ wins: Connor Hanson (126) 4-2 OT dec., (132) via forfeit, Tom Henry (152) pin, Niko Anderson (170) 19-4 tech fall, (285) via forfeit) FCLMC 41, Southland 19.

•Rankings (Team: LARP is Lean and Mean in AA. Chatfield is 12 in A. Individuals (AA): Jus. Doerr (LARP) is #6 at 120, Noah Schlee (GMLOK) is #5 at 126, J. Theede (LARP) is #4 at 145, L, Roe (GMLOK) is #6 at 152. (A): Hank Friederichs (CHAT) is #6 at 106, Harvey Friederichs (CHAT) is #8 at 126, Justin Viss (CHAT) is #5 at 195)

•Team Section Tourney Seedings (A): #1 Chatfield (#8 Pine Island or #9 Triton); #4 Lake City (#5 Z-M or #12 FCLMC); #2 K-W (#7 St. Charles or #10 Hayfield); #3 W-K (#6 Goodhue or #11 D-E). (AA): #1 K-M (#8 Cannon Falls or #9 GMLOK); #4 WEM/JWP (#5 Stewartville or #12 La Crescent); #2 Caledonia/Houston/Spring Grove (#7 Byron or #10 Austin/Austin Pacelli); #3 P-E-M (#6 L-A/R-P or #11 Waseca).

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