Heiderscheidt breaks career assist record
Prep girls’ basketball
Sleepy Eye 69, MVL 44
SLEEPY EYE — Madi Heiderscheidt broke the Sleepy Eye career assists record with a 15-point, five-assist night and victory over Minnesota Valley Lutheran on Tuesday night.
Heiderscheidt set the record with 314 career assists. Brianna Polesky led Sleepy Eye scorers with 20 points, while Mya Ibberson added 14 points, nine rebounds, five blocks and four steals.
Madison Krueger had 10 points and four assists for the Indians.
MVL was led by Haley Birkholz with 14 points and Maddie Spurgin with 12.
Sleepy Eye moves to 5-2 overall and 2-1 in the Tomahawk Conference and hosts Cedar Mountain/Comfrey Friday.
MVL drops to 2-5 on the season and 1-2 in the conference and plays Thursday at Madelia.
New Ulm 69,
WORTHINGTON — New Ulm defeated Worthington 69-47 on Tuesday in a Big South Conference girls’ basketball game.
New Ulm’s leading scorers were Joey Batt who scored 34 points, and Hannah Osborne who scored 14 points.
New Ulm plays at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday at Mankato West. Worthington hosts Jackson County Central at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
Nicollet 56, MLA 48
NICOLLET — Nicollet defeated Mountain Lake Area on Tuesday in a nonconference girls’ basketball game.
Brooke Skrien led Nicollet with 17 points and 10 rebounds. Grace Dehen added 15 points and Sarah Haugum had 14 points.
Nicollet (5-1, 2-0) will play at Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s (6-1) on Friday.
CM/C 56, RRC 50
COMFREY — Cedar Mountain/Comfrey defeated Red Rock Central 56-50 on Tuesday in a nonconference girls’ basketball game.
CM/C was led by Jordan Kevelin who had 18 points and four steals. Also for CM/C, Taylor Rose had 17 points, five steals and five assists, and Abby Jemmings had 12 points, five steals and five assists.
RRC was led by Vanessa Kedl who scored 12 points, and Kaitlyn Rindfleisch who scored 10 points.
CM/C (3-1, 1-1) plays at 7:30 p.m. on Friday at Sleepy Eye.
RRC hosts Westbrook-Walnut Grove at 6 p.m. on Thursday.
NEW ULM — New Ulm Cathedral defeated Wabasso 80-56 on Tuesday in a Tomahawk Conference boys’ basketball game.
Cathedral was led by Nathan Hauser who had 15 points, five rebounds, four assists and three steals. Also for Cathedral, Jon Zinniel had 14 points, four rebounds, three steals and three rebounds, Alex Hillisheim had 12 points, four rebounds and three steals, James Gillis had 11 points, and Jacob Manderfeld had 10 points and six assists.
Wabasso was led by Brock Rohlik who scored 15 points and Myles Zeug who scored 14 points.
Cathedral (3-1) plays at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday at BOLD.
Wabasso plays at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday at Westbrook-Walnut Grove.
Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s 38
SPRINGFIELD — Springfield crushed Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s on Tuesday in a Tomahawk Conference boys’ basketball game.
Isaac Fink led Springfield with 26 points, Tanner Vogel added 22 points, Decker Scheffler had 18 points and Mitchell Buerkle scored 12 points.
Nick Labat scored 12 points for St. Mary’s.
Springfield (5-0, 3-0) will host Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop (1-2, 1-2) on Friday. St. Mary’s will host Nicollet (1-3, 1-0) on Friday.
GRANADA — Nicollet defeated Truman/Martin Luther/Granada-Huntley-East Chain 69-60 on Tuesday in a Valley Conference boys’ basketball game.
Nicollet was led by Ean Thomsen who had 25 points and seven assists. Also for Nicollet, Anthony Macias had 14 points and 11 rebounds, Riley Hulke had 13 points, seven assists and seven rebounds, and Eric Fischer and Dustin Bode both scored 11 points.
Nicollet plays at 7:30 p.m. on Friday at Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s.
Cleveland 66, Madelia 47
MADELIA — Cleveland defeated Madelia on Tuesday in a Valley Conference boys’ basketball game.
Ja’Sean Glover led Madelia with 16 points and Logan Anderson had 11 points. Glover shot 13-of-16 in the second half.
Madelia (0-4, 0-2) will play at Mountain Lake Area on Dec.19.
Heron Lake-Okabena 39
LAMBERTON — Red Rock Central crushed Heron Lake-Okabena on Tuesday in a Red Rock Conference boys’ basketball game.
Brady Rasummsen led the Falcons with 37 points and Spencer Halland added 10 points.
RRC (3-0, 2-0) will play at Mountain Lake Area on Friday.
New Ulm Area 130.475, Redwood Valey 127.7
REDWOOD FALLS — New Ulm defeated Redwood Valley on Tuesday in a Big South Conference gymnastics meet.
Sarah Longtin finished second in the vault with a score of 8.85, Michelle Rosenhamer was third with an 8.8 and Kelsi Miller was fifth with an 8.6.
Longtin was first in the bars with a 7.835, Paige Kalis was second with a 7.8 and Miller was fourth with a 7.675.
Emma Dauer was second on the balance beam with a 8.025, Brooke Aschenbrenner was third with a 7.8 and Rosenhammer was fourth at 7.675.
Longtin was first in the floor exercise with a 8.85, Rosenhammer was second with an 8.5 and Miller was fourth with an 8.3.
In the all-around, Longtin was second with a 33.05 and Miller was third with a 31.55.
New Ulm (2-0) will participate in the Annandale Tournament on Saturday.
Prep girls’ hockey
New Ulm 14, Fairmont 2
FAIRMONT — New Ulm took care of business in Fairmont on Tuesday night 14-2 in a Big South Conference hockey game.
New Ulm had goals from seven different players on the night and was led by Caleigh Heck and Ali Beltz with three goals each. Ashtyn Wiltscheck, Dani Weiss and Molly Scheid also added two goals each for the Eagles.
Jackie Cowing had three assists, while Beltz and Elle Cooper added two assists apiece.
New Ulm (8-2, 6-0) plays at 7 p.m. Thursday at Windom Area.