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PREP GIRLS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Springfield girls power past Mustangs

January 9, 2013
The Journal

Springfield 68, BLHS 41

SPRINGFIELD-Springfield had three players in double figures as it defeated Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart Tuesday night in Tomahawk conference girls basketball action.

Taylor Milbrath scored 16 points, had eight rebounds and three assists for the Tigers. Kasey Kretsch added 11 points and five assists. Sam Groebner scored 10 points and had five rebounds.

Michelle Melsha scored 10 points for BLHS.

Springfield (7-5, 4-3) travels to Wabasso (8-1, 4-0) to play the Rabbits Friday night.

BLHS (0-9, 0-6) plays Sleepy Eye (3-8, 0-4) Tuesday in Hector.

Marshall 67, NU 23

MARSHALL - Marshall's Kelsey Saugstad scored her 1,000th career point as the Tigers defeated New Ulm in a nonconference girls basketball game Tuesday night.

Ellie Schneider and Kelsey Anderson each had five points for the Eagles. Saugstad had 21 for Marshall.

New Ulm (0-10) will play at Blue Earth Area on Thursday.

NUC 50, SE 39

SLEEPY EYE - New Ulm Cathedral defeated Sleepy Eye in Tomahawk Conference girls basketball Tuesday night.

Karlee Pfaff led the way for Cathedral with 14 points while Anne Schwarz had 11.

Justine Gonzalez had 23 points including five 3-pointers for Sleepy Eye.

The Greyhounds improve to 8-2 and will host Sleepy Eye St. Mary's on Friday while Sleepy Eye falls to 3-9 and will host Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop on Friday.

Litchfield 58, GFW 36

WINTHROP - Litchfield defeated Gibbon-Fairfax-Wintrhop on Tuesday night.

Eve Bleick paced the Thunderbirds with 13 points and Lexi Jensen had eight.

GFW falls to 3-8 and will play at Sleepy Eye on Friday.

CM/C 49, SESM 35

MORGAN-Cedar Mountain/Comfrey had three players in double figures as it defeated Sleepy Eye St. Mary's Tuesday night in Tomahawk Conference girls basketball action.

Alli Madsen scored 12 points, had four assists and four steals to lead the Cougars. Brianna Lund and Andrea Ochs each added 10 points for CMC.

Maddy Helget and Jessica Schmitz each scored seven points for the Knights.

CMC (6-4, 4-2) hosts Minnesota Valley Lutheran (11-1, 5-0) Friday night in a Tomahawk Conference game.

Sleepy Eye St. Mary's (7-5, 3-3) travels to play New Ulm Cathedral Friday night.

 
 

 

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