Prep roundup: Weiss and Beltz score 4 goals each as Eagles win, Wabasso/RRC wrestlers win twice, Springfield boys rout CM/C

Girl’s hockey

New Ulm 10, Waseca 3

NEW ULM — New Ulm’s Dani Weiss and Ali Beltz each scored four goals as the New Ulm girls’ hockey team defeated Waseca in Big South Conference action.

Elle Cooper and Jackie Cowing also scored a goal for New Ulm. McKenna Strong stopped nine shots for the Eagles.

Prep wrestling

Wabasso/RRC 39, KMS 35

Wabasso/RRC 48, Quad County 18

LAMBERTON — Wabasso/Red Rock Central picked up a pair of nonconference wrestling wins, defeating Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunberg and Quad County in a triangular on Tuesday.

Against KMS, W/RRC trailed 29-15 after the match at 160 but got a forfeit and a pin to cut the deficit to 29-27. The Bobcats lost the next match and trailed 35-27, but got a fall from Isaac Schmiessing at 220 and a forfeit from Kyle Jacobson at heavyweight for the final 39-35 margin.

The Bobcats got pins from Mason Irlbeck (103) and Lance Wagner (195) en route to a 48-18 victory against Quad County in the other match.

Fairmont/MCW 61, NUA 12

FAIRMONT — Fairmont/Martin County West defeated New Ulm Area 61-12 in Big South wrestling action on Tuesday night.

Winners for the Eagles were Hunter Ranweiler by decision (2-0) at 152 pounds, Tanner Stark by decision (10-5) at 160 and Colby Wenninger by fall at 3:22.

The Eagles wrestle at Lake Crystal in a triangular on Thursday.

Boys’ basketball

Belle Plaine 70, New Ulm 54

BELLE PLAINE — Belle Plaine defeated New Ulm in a nonconference boys’ basketball game on Tuesday.

Connor Foley led New Ulm with 28 points, six rebounds and four blocks and Reece Melby had 9 points, eight rebounds and three blocks.

New Ulm (1-1) is at St. Peter on Friday.

Springfield 110, CM/C 78

SPRINGFIELD — Springfield defeated Cedar Mountain/Comfrey 110-78 on Tuesday in a Tomahawk Conference boys’ basketball game.

Springfield was led by Decker Scheffler who had 22 points and 11 rebounds. Also for the Tigers, Isaac Fink had 20 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists. Tanner Vogel had 14 points, and Mitchell Buerkle and Andrew Beckman both scored 13 points.

CM/C’s leading scorers were Dylan Hillesheim who scored 25 points and Lewis Pendleton who scored 18 points.

Springfield (2-0) hosts New Ulm Cathedral at 7:30 p.m. on Friday. CM/C hosts Wabasso at 7:30 p.m. on Friday.

RRC 63, Sleepy Eye 43

SLEEPY EYE — Red Rock Central defeated Sleepy Eye in a nonconference boys’ basketball game on Tuesday.

Ben Laffen led Sleepy Eye with 10 points and Zach Haala scored 7 points.

Sleepy Eye (1-2) is at Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart on Friday.

St. James 86, Nicollet 69

ST. JAMES — Nicollet’s Ean Thomsen scored 29 points and Riley Hulke scored 22 points and had eight assists but it wasn’t enough as St. James won the nonconference boys’ basketball game on Tuesday.

Nicollet is at Martin County West on Thursday.

Girls’ basketball

Nicollet 51,

Alden-Conger 42

ALDEN — Nicollet defeated Alden-Conger 51-42 on Tuesday in a Valley Conference girls’ basketball game.

Nicollet was led by Brook Skrien who scored 18 points and Sarah Haugum who scored 15 points.

Alden-Conger was led by Erika Bute who scored 14 points and Abbie Theusch who scored12 points.

Nicollet (3-0, 1-0) plays at 7:30 p.m. on Friday at New Ulm Cathedral.

Alden-Conger plays at 7:30 p.m. on Friday at Lyle-Pacelli.

CM/C 63, Springfield 49

SPRINGFIELD — Cedar Mountain/Comfrey defeated Springfield 63-49 on Tuesday in a Tomahawk Conference girls’ basketball game.

CM/C was led by Taylor Rose who scored 22 points and Erica Bock who scored 16 points.

Springfield’s leading scorer was Sydney Hauger who had 21 points.

Springfield (0-3) plays at 7:30 p.m. on Friday at New Ulm Cathedral.

CM/C plays at 6 p.m. on Friday at Wabasso.

GFW 60, Cathedral 57

WINTHROP — Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop defeated New Ulm Cathedral in a Tomahawk Conference girls’ basketball game on Tuesday.

Emily Heimkes led the Thunderbirds with 25 points and nine rebounds and Abby Neuman had nine points.

McKenna Miling led Cathedral with 14 points and Becca Schwarz had 11 points.

GFW (2-0) is at Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s on Friday.

Cathedral hosts Springfield on Friday.


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