Prep Roundup: New Ulm’s Beltz scores 100th goal in loss to Fargo N/S; CM/C boys edge out Mountain Lake

Prep girls’ hockey

Fargo N/S 4, New Ulm 3

SARTELL — Ali Beltz scored her 100th career goal for New Ulm on Friday, but the team came up short against Fargo North/South in Day 2 of the Sartell tournament, 4-3, in girls’ hockey action.

The Eagles led 3-2 heading into the third period, but surrendered two goals to Fargo N/S’s Maria Sornsin and Abby Promersberger to fall in the end.

Beltz led the Eagles with two goals, while Dani Weiss added a goal. Lauren Klein, Madeline Gag and Ashtyn Wiltscheck each had an assist for the Eagles.

Cassie Reed was in the net for the Eagles and had 16 saves.

New Ulm drops to 12-3 on the year and host Mankato East/Loyola at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

Prep boys’ basketball

New Ulm 69, GFW 45

NORWOOD-YOUNG AMERICA — New Ulm defeated Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop 69-45 on Friday at the NYA tournament.

New Ulm was led by Reece Melby, who had 22 points and seven rebounds and Connor Foley, who had 15 points and six assists.

No stats were provided by GFW.

New Ulm (6-4) hosts Waseca at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday. GFW plays at 6 p.m. on Friday at Wabasso.

CM/C 75, MLA 69

MOUNTAIN LAKE — Cedar-Mountain/Comfrey defeated Mountain Lake Area 75-69 on Friday in boys’ basketball action.

CM/C was led by Lewis Pendleton, who scored 26 points. Also for CM/C, Dylan Hillesheim scored 20 points, Eli Samuelson scored 15 points and Matt Larsen added 12 points.

Mt. Lake’s leading scorers were Marcus Boyd, who scored 21 points, Weston Osland, who scored 16 points and Regan Syverson, who scored 12 points.

CM/C (5-2) hosts Truman/Martin Luther/Granada-Huntley-East Chain at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday.

Springfield 87,

Minnewaska 85

MARSHALL — Springfield defeated Minnewaska 87-85 on Friday at the Marshall boys’ basketball tournament.

Springfield was led by Isaac Fink, who scored 22 points. Also for Springfield, Decker Scheffler and Mitchell Leonard both scored 17 points, and Tanner Vogel scored 12 points.

Springfield (8-0) plays at 7:30 p.m. on Friday at Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart.

Rockford 97,

Madelia 39

ST. JAMES — The Madelia boys’ basketball squad fell to Rockford 97-39 on Friday in the St. James tournament.

Logan Anderson led the Blackhawks with 13 points on the day, all coming in the first half. Madelia trailed 48-28 at the half.

Madelia drops to 0-7 and continue tournament play at 2:15 p.m. Saturday against St. James for third place.

Prep girls’ basketball

Goodhue 57,

Sleepy Eye 35

GOODHUE — Goodhue defeated Sleepy Eye 57-35 on Friday at the Goodhue girls’ basketball invitational.

Goodhue’s leading scorer was Sydney Lodermeier, who scored 19 points.

Sleepy Eye was led by Madi Heiderscheidt, who had 17 points and five rebounds and Brianna Polesky, who had 6 points and five steals.

Sleepy Eye (9-3) hosts New Ulm Cathedral at 7:30 p.m. on Friday.

NYA 57,

New Ulm 53 OT

NORWOOD-YOUNG AMERICA — Norwood-Young America defeated New Ulm in overtime 57-53 on Friday in the championship game of the NYA girls’ basketball tournament.

New Ulm was led by Joey Batt, who scored 27 points and Hannah Osborne who scored 9 points.

New Ulm (7-3) next plays at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday at Waseca.

CM/C 48, MLA 41

MOUNTAIN LAKE — Cedar Mountain/Comfrey defeated Mountain Lake Area 48-41 on Friday in the Mountain Lake quad tournament.

CM/C was led by Abby Jemmings, who had 22 points, four rebounds and four steals. Also for CM/C, Erica Bock had 11 points and five rebounds and Taylor Rose had 10 points and eight rebounds.

Jemmings and Rose were also both named to the all- tournament team.

CM/C (5-3, 1-3) plays at 7:30 p.m. on Friday at Minnesota Valley Lutheran.

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