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Posted: Saturday, December 18, 1999 12:00 am

A 10-foot shot from the right wing by Emily Tews with six seconds remaining lifted Lewiston-Altura to a 58-56 win over visiting Wabasha-Kellogg Friday night in a Three Rivers Conference girls basketball game.

W-K trailed by seven points with five minutes left before Jackie Lee's layup off a steal tied the game at 54 with about one minute left. L-A regained the lead with a basket before W-K's Hillary Hansen tied the game at 56 with two free throws with 32 seconds left.

Ashley Luehmann led L-A with a game-high 17 points. Amber Fitzgerald added 10 for the Cardinals, who shot 58 percent for the field and were 11-for-15 from the free-throw line.

Mindy Peters had 16 points to lead W-K. Jillian Dalen added 14 points, while Angie Fredrickson and Hillary Hansen had 10 each.

WABASHA-KELLOGG (56)

Jillian Dalen 14, Angie Fredrickson 10, Hillary Hansen 10, Jackie Lee 6, Mindy Peters 16.

LEWISTON-ALTURA (58)

Amber Fitzgerald 10, Ashley Luehmann 17, Jackie Luehmann 9, Stephanie Matzke 6, Emily Tews 6, Angie Skaden 8, Sarah Knabel 2.

Quarter scores

Wabasha-Kellogg 9 21 35 56

; Lewiston-Altura 13 25 43 58

; Three-point goals: WK 1 (Dalen 1); LA 1 (A. Luehmann 1).

Free throws: WK 15-27; LA 11-15.

Fouled out: None.

Kingsland 66, St. Charles 30

Lindsey Erichsen grabbed 16 rebounds and scored 13 points to lead Kingsland. Amy Mahlum got 19 points and Savanah Oeltjen 13.

The Knights forced 28 St. Charles turnovers in the victory.

Kate Peterson scored 13 for St. Charles.

Kingsland (66)

Lyndy Davidson 7, Bethany Erding 0, Lindsey Erichsen 13, Jill Frank 2, Magan Glady 4, Amy Mahlum 19, Ann Malone 6, Savanah Oeltjen 13, Kim Struzyk 0, Michelle Warren 0, Toni Warren 2.

ST. CHARLES (30)

Rachel Ask 2, Beth Edwards 6, Meg Mathison 0, Kate Peterson 13, Erin Kronebusch 2, Annie Mueller 3, Erin Fagan 2, Erin Kraut 2, Emily Jasperson 0, Sandy Xayaosa 0, LeAnn Goodrich 0, Cori Golish 0, Kristin Eide 0.

Quarter scores

Kingsland 13 42 51 66

; St. Charles 6 17 19 30

; Three-point goals: KING 3 (Mahlum 3); SC 0.

Free throws: KING 9-15; SC 2-5.

Fouled out: SC, Edwards.

Plainview 50, Chatfield 46

Plainview had a nine-point lead at halftime and held it throughout the second half to beat Chatfield by four points.

Anne Graner had 11 points, six assists, and four steals to pace Plainview, which improved to 3-3 overall, 3-1 in the conference. Kaylan Welke led all scorers with 19 points and recorded six rebounds. Holly Kasten had 7 rebounds while Raegen Irish pulled down eight.

CHATFIELD (46)

Andrea Bicknese 4, Trisha Breitspercher 0, Billie Jo Bren 5, Danica Finseth 9, Julie Halberson 11, Tristen Greenslade 3, Rebekah Saunders 1, Kari Novotny 4, Amy Giehtbrock 9, T. Harold 0, Emily Shaler 0, Katie Novotny 0.

Plainview (50)

Amy Eversman 0, Courtney Flies 4, Anne Graner 11, Raegan Irish 5, Holly Kasten 7, Camelle Meyer, Rebekka Nelson 2, Amber Warthesen 2, Kaylan Welke 19.

Quarter scores

Chatfield 13 20 36 46

; Plainview 8 29 39 50

; Three-point goals: CHAT 2 (Finseth 1, Bren 1), PLAIN 1 (Welke 1)

Free throws: CHAT 10-14, PLAIN 13-27

Fouled out: None.

Goodhue 41, Dover-Eyota 37

The Wildcats spotted the Eagles a nine-point lead in the first quarter but outscored D-E 37-24 the rest of the way to pull out the victory.

Goodhue's Callie Gadient was game-high scorer with 15 points. Dover-Eyota's Emily Eichman had a perfect night shooting but finished with 10 points after going 5-for-5.

Dover-Eyota (37)

Jaime Brewington 2, Emily Eichman 10, Jayleen Evjen 9, Heather Kroening 6, Teresa Meirns 2, Stacy Perzynski 8.

Goodhue (41)

Callie Gadient 15, Lynette Gorman 6, Katie Klindworth 3, Joanna Quast 3, Brittney Schulz 4, Jaclyn Thomforde 2, Christa von Knobelsdorff 8.

Quarter scores

Dover-Eyota 13 23 27 37

; Goodhue 4 17 30 41

; Three-point goals: DE, Evjen.

Free throws: DE 0-0, GOOD 9-13.

Fouled out: None.

HIAWATHA VALLEY LEAGUE

Triton 59, Pine Island 37

Using full-court pressure, Triton exploded for 31 points in the second quarter, then held off a never-say-die Pine Island team to win 59-37 in a Hiawatha Valley League girls basketball game Friday.

Sophomore Natalie Harris came off the bench to score a trio of three-pointers in the second quarter, getting all 11 of her points in the stanza. The Cobras went 14-for-18 from the free-throw line in the second quarter.

Tara Munnikhuysen grabbed eight rebounds and scored 10 points. Arin Andrews had nine rebounds and 15 points. Sammie Theimann got eight rebounds. And Rinda Van Zuilen grabbed six rebounds. Amanda Lambert led Triton in steals with five, and Jenni Dobbs had four.

Kristy Larson grabbed nine rebounds and scored 10 points for Pine Island.

Pine Island (37)

Laura Fangman 4, Melissa Haller 5, Mary Ellen Henry 1, Jenny Kelly 0, Kristy Larson 10, Audrey Lenoch 2, Mollie Melton 4, Kimberly Wytaske 7, Tabatha Maxson 4.

Triton (59)

Arin Andrews 15, Jenni Dobbs 9, Jessica Fate 0, Sarah Franzen 2, Natalie Harris 11, Amanda Lambert 7, Tara Munnikhuysen 10, Sammie Theimann 3, Katie Trelsted 0, Rinda Van Zuilen 2.

Quarter scores

Pine Island 8 18 27 37

; Triton 13 44 50 59

; Three-point goals: PI 1 (Wytaske 1); TRI 3 (Harris 3).

Free throws: PI 10-23; TRI 22-32.

Fouled out: TRI, Munnikhuysen.

Kasson-Mantorville 53,

Stewartville 48

Kasson-Mantorville switched to a man-to-man defense in the fourth quarter and outscored the Tigers 23-9 in the final eight minutes to come back and beat Stewartville by five.

A two-point second quarter sent Kasson-Mantorville to halftime trailing 18-12. The Tigers widened the gap to nine points by the end of the third quarter before the KoMets made their move.

K-M sealed the victory by hitting 12 of 15 free throws down the stretch.

Casey Allen just missed a double-double. She scored 10 points and had nine rebounds. Patty Kroulik led the team in scoring with 15 points. Dianna Kyllo pulled down eight rebounds.

Stewartville (48)

Brennan Bliese 7, Kris Bro 0, Hannah Garry 15, Kim Hebl 4, Marissa Mulford 1, Tracy Pochardt 3, Katie Schroeder 13, Kara Sinn 5.

Kasson-Mantorville (53)

Casey Allen 10, Brenna Collins 4, Patty Kroulik 15, Dianna Kyllo 1, Catherine O'Neill 8, Meg O'Neill 13, Kari Robinson 0, Brooke Pearson 2.

Quarter scores

Stewartville 4 18 39 48

; Kasson-Mantorville 10 12 30 53

; Three-point goals: STEW 3 (Garry 3), KM 4 (M O'Neill 2, Kroulik 2).

Free throws: STEW 7-13, KM 15-19.

Fouled out: STEW, Garry.

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