Prep roundup: Batt leads New Ulm girls’ in loss to West
Prep girls’ basketball
Mankato West 71,
New Ulm 68
MANKATO — Mankato West defeated New Ulm in nonconference prep girls’ basketball action on Thursday.
Joey Batt led the Eagles with 30 points and Iyanna Wieland finished with 15 points. Hannah Osborne scored 9 nine points
The Eagles (4-2) are at St. James Area on Saturday for a Big South Conference game.
MVL 59, Madelia 29
MADELIA — Minnesota Valley Lutheran (3-5) defeated Madelia (0-4) in a nonconference girls’ basketball game Thursday night.
Maddie Spurgin led MVL with 15 points, Emma Nelson had 10 points with eight rebounds and Lauren Paulson tallied 8 points with 10 rebounds and five steals for the Chargers.
Madelia’s Emily Stevensen had 8 points with five rebounds and Cortney DeVlaeminck had 5 points with eight rebounds.
MVL will play at 7 p.m. on Friday in Hector to play Buffalo Lake-Hector-Steward in a Tomahawk Conference battle.
Madelia is at Red Rock Central on Friday.
New Ulm 6, Windom 2
WINDOM — New Ulm’s Ali Beltz and Dani Weiss each scored three goals as the Eagles defeated Windom in Big South Conference girls’ hockey action.
Beltz also had two assists for the Eagles. Cassie Reed made 10 saves to earn the win.
New Ulm (9-2) hosts Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato on Saturday.
BOLD 88, Cathedral 60
BIRD ISLAND — BOLD defeated New Ulm Cathedral in a nonconference boys’ basketball game on Thursday.
Carter Henry led with 21 points, Devin Gluesing tallied 19 points and Gavin Vosika had 16 points for BOLD.
James Gillis led the Greyhounds with 14 points, Alex Hillesheim scored 11 points and Jon Zinniel finished with 11 points with seven rebounds.
The Greyhounds will host Norwood-Young America at 7 p.m. on Monday.
New Ulm 6, Fairmont 1
FAIRMONT — New Ulm (3-4) defeated Fairmont in a Big South Conference boys’ hockey matchup Thursday.
Nick Banal tallied a hat-trick with one assist to led the Eagles. Colton Braulick, Deren Swanson-Cullen and Landon Strong each tallied one goal, Braulick’s goal was his first as a varsity player.
Strong, Kyle Domeier, Sam Berg and Glavine Schugel each added an assist.
Jack Raymond had 16 saves for the Eagles win.
The Eagles will travel to Litchfield at 3 p.m. on Saturday against the Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato Dragons.