Prep roundup: Schugel’s OT goal lifts New Ulm to win, Springfield girls get by GFW

Boys’ hockey

New Ulm 3, Windom 2,


WINDOM — Glavine Schugel’s overtime goal lifted New Ulm to a 3-2 win over Windom on Monday night in Big South Conference boys’ hockey action.

AJ Arneson and Josh Seidl also added a goal for New Ulm, with Seidl also adding an assist. Teddy Giefer, Braxten Hoffmann, Landon Strong and Blake Tauer also added an assist each for the Eagles.

New Ulm had 38 shots and goalie Jack Raymond had 21 saves.

As of Monday night, New Ulm is scheduled to host Windom at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Girls’ basketball

Wabasso 69, CM 32

WABASSO — The Wabasso girls’ basketball team downed Cedar Mountain on Monday night by a score of 69-32 in Tomahawk Conference girls’ basketball.

Wabasso was led by Maddy Guetter’s 20 points, eight rebounds and four steals, while Jenna Frank added 15 points and Sarah Franta added 13 points. Also for Wabasso, McKenna Nelson chipped in 8 points and five rebounds and Alison Fenger had 5 points and five boards.

No stats were submitted for Cedar Mountain.

As of Monday night, Wabasso is scheduled for a road meeting with Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop on Tuesday, while Cedar Mountain is at Sleepy Eye Tuesday.

Nicollet 60,

Imm. Luth 41

MANKATO — Nicollet/Loyola downed Immanuel Lutheran 60-41 on Monday night in nonconference girls’ basketball action.

Leading the way for the Raiders was Marah Hulke with 14 points and four steals, while Grace Dehen added 12 points. Also for the Raiders, Zoey Weller had 7 points, while Megan Frutiger grabbed 13 rebounds.

Nicollet (9-14) hosts New Ulm Cathedral on Friday.

Sleepy Eye 45, SJA 44

ST. JAMES — The Sleepy Eye girls’ basketball eked out a 45-44 win over St. James Area on Monday night behind Paige Romberg’s 22-point effort.

Also leading the Indians, Madi Kruger had 14 points, 10 rebounds, five steals and four assists.

SJA was led by Kaydi Anderson with 14 points.

Sleepy Eye (7-15, 2-12) will host Cedar Mountain Tuesday, barring weather conditions.

Springfield 48, GFW 41

SPRINGFIELD — Springfield topped Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop on Monday night in Tomahawk Conference girls’ basketball action.

Leading the way for Springfield was Sydney Hauger with 13 points, Taylor Augustin with 11 points and Cylee Graff Graff with 8 points.

GFW was led by Shelby Ramirez with 12 points, while Hannah Panitzke and Grace Swenson added 8 points each.

As of Monday night, Springfield (14-8, 10-5) is scheduled for a road meeting with Minnesota Valley Lutheran Tuesday, while GFW (9-10, 9-5) is scheduled to host Wabasso on Tuesday.

Boys’ basketball

CM 73, GFW 46

WINTHROP — Cedar Mountain breezed to a 73-46 win over Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop on Monday night in Tomahawk Conference boys’ basketball.

Leading the Cougars was Trey Peterson-Juhl, who had 21 points and eight rebounds, while Lewis Pendleton had 20 points, four assists and four rebounds. Also for Cedar Mountain, Tavi Nelson added 13 points and nine rebounds and Justin Lumbar added 6 points and 10 rebounds.

No stats were submitted for GFW.

As of Monday night, the Cougars are scheduled to host Sleepy Eye on Tuesday, while GFW is scheduled for a road meeting with Wabasso on Tuesday.

MCW 61, Nicollet 57

SHERBURN — Martin County West topped Nicollet on Monday night 61-57 in Valley Conference Showcase boys’ basketball.

Shane Stevensen led Nicollet with 16 points and nine rebounds, while Anthony Macias had 15 points and seven boards. Josh Chadderdon added 11 points for the Raiders.

Nicollet (14-6, 7-3) is scheduled to continue Valley Conference Showcase play at 7 p.m. Thursday when it hosts Mankato Loyola.

Madelia 49, JWP 36

MADELIA — The Madelia boys’ basketball team took down Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton 49-36 on Monday night in Valley Conference Showcase action.

The Blackhawks were led by Ja’Sean Glover with 23 points and six rebounds, while Dain Uhde added 14 points and four rebounds.

As of Monday night, Madelia (6-12) is scheduled to host Truman/Martin Luther/Granada-Huntley-East Chain on Tuesday.

Wabasso 55, Canby 52

WABASSO — Wabasso eked out a 55-52 win over Canby on Monday night in nonconference boys’ basketball action.

Isaac Kronback led the Rabbits with 20 points and six rebounds, while Brock Rohlik added 11 points and eight rebounds. Colby Wall chipped in 10 points for Wabasso, while Mason Dallenbach added 6 points and five assists.

As of Monday night, Wabasso is scheduled to host Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop on Tuesday night.

St. Peter 70,

Sibley East 39

ARLINGTON — St. Peter downed Sibley East 70-39 in nonconference boys’ basketball action on Monday night.

Sibley East was led by Kameron In with 14 points, while JaBez Bates added 6 points.

St. Peter was led by Seth Lokensgaard’s 16 points and Wyatt Olson’s 15 points.

Sibley East is now 3-15 overall and will host Le Sueur/Henderson on Thursday.