Cathedral boys knock off GFW

Boys’ basketball

Cathedral 62, GFW 55

WINTHROP — New Ulm Cathedral held off Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop in a Tomahawk Conference boys’ basketball game on Friday night.

Sam Knowles led the Greyhounds with 24 points and 13 rebounds and freshman Jevan Wilfahrt had 15 points. Matt Gillis finished with 9 points.

Cathedral (10-4) is at Minnesota Valley Lutheran on Monday and GFW (6-9) hosts Norwood-Young America on Saturday.

Wabasso 68, RRC 61

WABASSO — Wabasso’s Sam Fenger scored 17 points to lead Wabasso past Red Rock Central in a nonconference boys’ basketball game on Friday.

Isaac Kronback finished with 15 points for the Rabbits while Colby Wall and Matt Evink finished with 11 points.

Wabasso (8-7) hosts Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart on Monday.

Girls’ basketball

JCC 91, New Ulm 45

JACKSON — Jackson County Central (5-10) defeated New Ulm in a Big South Conference girls’ basketball game on Friday.

New Ulm did not submit any statistics for the game.

New Ulm (3-11) is at Waseca (6-7) on Monday before closing out the regular season at Fairmont (9-5) next Saturday.

Montevideo 60, Springfield 47

SPRINGFIELD — Montevideo topped Springfield in a nonconference girls’ basketball game on Friday night.

Brooklyn Sturm led Springfield with 16 points and Maddy Digmann scored 10 points. Courtney Wendt finished with 9 points for the Tigers.

Avery Koenen led Montevideo with 25 points and Tenley Epema scored 16 points for the Thunder Hawks.

Springfield (7-7) hosts Cedar Mountain (2-10) on Monday.

JWP 54, Madelia 37

MADELIA — Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton defeated Madelia in a Valley Conference girls’ basketball game on Friday.

Danika Eisenmenger led Madelia with 14 points and Victoria Hemmingsen scored 11 points.

Madelia (0-15) is at Nicollet on Monday.

Junior hockey

Willmar 6, New Ulm 1

WILLMAR — Willmar had no problems in a 6-1 victory over the New Ulm Steel on Friday in NA3HL junior hockey action.

Willmar scored twice in the second period on goals from Lewis Rowan and Isaiah Thomas to grab the early lead. Willmar then scored the first two goals of the second period, courtesy of Jack Wills and Ethan Light, to go ahead 4-0.

New Ulm finally got on the board at the 12:46 mark in the second period after Ryler Schelle scored his first goal of the season to make it 4-1.

But the WarHawks closed out the scoring for the remainder of the game, getting two goals in the third period from Brady O’Brien.

Zach Foster stopped 52 of 58 shots for New Ulm. Will Pinned had 16 saves for Willmar. Willmar outshot New Ulm 58-17.

New Ulm is at Alexandria on Saturday night.


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