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St. Mary’s rolls over Martin Luther

November 28, 2012
The Journal

St. Mary's 65,

Martin Luther 53

NORTHROP - Sleepy Eye St. Mary's defeated Martin Luther in Tuesday night non-conference girls basketball action.

Jessica Schmitz led the balanced attack with 12 points as the Knights had three girls score in double figures. Devin Meyer also scored 12 points and Molly Schwartz chipped in with 11 points.

Martin Luther was led by Amber Schutz's 22 points on the night.

St. Mary's (2-1) will travel to Sibley East on Friday.

Mankato East 79,

New Ulm 24

MANKATO - New Ulm had trouble slowing down Mankato East as the Eagles lost in girls basketball Tuesday.

New Ulm was led by Hunter Ahlness and Taylor Bolduan, who both chipped in eight points apiece for the Eagles. Mankato East was led by Taylor Karge who had 17 points. Minnie Fredrick also contributed with 13 point.

New Ulm (0-1) will play at home against Blue Earth Area at 7:30 p.m. Friday night.

Springfield 50, RRC 41

SPRINGFIELD - Springfield led 30-14 at halftime and held on for the victory over Red Rock Central in a non-conference girls basketball game Tuesday.

Springfield was led by Sam Groebner, who finished with 14 points. Tiffany Schwanke was also key for the Tigers as she grabbed nine rebounds to go along with her eight points.

Fern Engen led Red Rock Central as she grabbed nine rebounds and added eight points of her own.

The Tigers (1-0) host Windom at 7:30 p.m. Friday. RRC is at Adrian on Thursday.

ACGC 57, BLHS 49

COSMOS - Buffalo Lake-Hector came up short in girls basketball non-conference action on Tuesday night at Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City.

Michelle Melsha led the way for the Mustangs as she recorded a double-double with 13 points and 14 rebounds. Hannah VanderVoort finished with nine points.

BLHS (1-0) will play at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Dec. 4 at St. Mary's.

CM/C 40,

Redwood Valley 34

REDWOOD FALLS - Cedar Mountain/Comfrey defeated Redwood Valley in a defensive battle in non-conference girls basketball Tuesday.

Alli Madsen led the Cougars with 14 points, eight rebounds and five assists on the night. Other contributers for the Cougars were Andrea Ochs with eight points and Brianna Lund with seven points.

Alison Curry, Tara Sandgren and Janessa Read all had eight points for Redwood Valley.

Cedar Mountain/Comfrey (1-0) will host Lakeview at 7:30 p.m. Friday while Redwood Valley travels to Worthington on Friday.



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