GFW boys win in overtime

Boys’ basketball

GFW 62, Wabasso 60 (OT)

WINTHROP — Ryan Lavrenz’s basket with .3 seconds left in overtime helped Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop edge Wabasso on Friday in a Tomahawk Conference boys’ basketball game.

Damian Hopp led all scorers with 29 points. Lavrenz scored 8 points.

Brock Rohlik scored 20 points for Wabasso.

GFW (2-6) will host LeSueur-Henderson on Tuesday. Wabasso will host Sleepy Eye on Monday.

Cathedral 80, BLHS 51

HECTOR — New Ulm Cathedral defeated Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart on Friday in a Tomahawk Conference boys’ basketball game.

Alex Hillesheim led the Greyhounds with 19 points and eight rebounds. Jon Zinniel had 18 points and seven rebounds while Ethan Kirchberg added 16 points and Kyle Goblirsch added 12 points with 10 rebounds.

Cathedral (10-2) will play at Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s on Tuesday.

Girls’ basketball

Wabasso 66, GFW 39

WABASSO — Wabasso downed Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop on Friday in a Tomahawk Conference girls’ basketball game.

Jenna Frank led the Rabbits with 1 points. Maddy Guetter scored 13 points, added 12 rebounds and she had nine steals. McKenna Nelson scored 13 points.

Wabasso (10-2) will travel to face Sleepy Eye (4-8) on Tuesday. GFW (5-6) will host Sibley East on Monday.

Sleepy Eye 55, CM 39

MORGAN — Sleepy Eye defeated Cedar Mountain on Friday in a Tomahawk Conference girls’ basketball game.

Maddi Krueger led Sleepy Eye with 17 points, eight rebounds and five steals. Brittney Dittbenner had 10 points and seven assists while Paige Romberg added 13 points. Macy Schenk added 4 points and 15 rebounds.

Kallie Kodet led CM with 12 points while Taylor Smith scored 11 points.

Sleepy Eye (5-8, 1-6) will host Wabasso on Tuesday. CM (1-9, 1-6) will play at Minnesota Valley Lutheran on Tuesday.

Cleveland 67, Madelia 57

MADELIA — Cleveland defeated Madelia on Friday in a Valley Conference girls’ basketball game.

CaleyAnn Clobes led Madelia with 31 points and seven rebounds. Alayna DeLaCruz had 12 rebounds.

Madelia (3-11, 0-5) will host Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial on Thursday.

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