Sara Peterson scored her 1,000th career point for Rochester Lourdes on Tuesday in the Eagles' 64-35 win over Winona Cotter.

Peterson, a 5-foot-8 senior guard, reached the mark in the second quarter on an underhand scoop shot. The game was stopped, and she was given a basketball. She finished with 15 points.

``She's a good all-around player,'' said Lourdes coach Myron Glass. ``She's improved over the years. Teams key on her a lot.''

Peterson, who is averaging 17 points per game, has been the Eagles' leading scorer the last two years and is in her fourth year on the varsity. She is the fifth in the program to reach 1,000 points, behind Stacy Sievers (2,165), Lori Lawler (1,655), Laurie Decker (1,436) and Rachel Horgen (1,021).

Lourdes shot 44 percent from the field to 26 percent for Cotter. Michelle Melquist scored 12 points and Monica Hake added 10.

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Lourdes is at Hayfield on Friday. COTTER (35) Emily Beyer 2, Anne Wilzbacher 2, Niki Lynch 11, Katie Farr 3, Kayla Luehmann 6, Emily Hiatt 1, Beth Walch 10. LOURDES (64) Ashley Agertor 2, Monica Hake 10, Sara Jensen 4, Georgie Jones 2, Michelle Melquist 12, Laura Nigon 2, Sara Peterson 15, Kelly Sheehan 6, Nicole Taylor 8, Holly Wiste 3. Quarter scores Rochester Lourdes 15 37 52 64 Winona Cotter 10 19 26 35

Three-point goals: COTT 1 (Farr 1).

Free throws: None.

Fouled out: LOUR 14-20; COTT 10-17. Lake City 54, K-W 51

Lake City came up with its best shooting effort of the season and it couldn't have come at a better time.

Thanks to 53 percent shooting from the field, the Tigers defeated the Hiawatha Valley League Blue Division leaders in a key game played at Lake City.

After falling behind 26-24 early in the third quarter, Lake City bounced back and eventually built a 41-32 lead by the end of the quarter. The Tigers, who played without leading scorer and rebounder Jenelle Miller, hit 8 of 10 shots in the quarter.

All eight Lake City players who saw action scored. Carie Fuhrman, a 5-foot-6 junior guard, paced the Tigers with 12 points and Jenny Otto chipped in 11. KENYON-WANAMINGO (51) Katy Berquam 0, Amanda Haugen 2, Molly Kissner 12, Jenny Lemke 0, Aleigha Nysteun 0, Kasi Quam 18, Kristin Radtke 10, Angie Simonson 2, Marit Sviggum 0, Megan Wieme 7. LAKE CITY (54) Ashlee Bluhm 8, Tara Fick 6, Carie Fuhrman 12, Jessica Gauger 3, Deanna Harvey 2, Amy Ostgulen 4, Jenny Otto 11, Kasey Schlicker 8. Quarter scores Kenyon-Wanamingo |7 22 32 51 Lake City 15 24 41 54

Three-point goals: KW 3 (Quam 2, Wieme 1); LC 3 (Fuhrman 2, Otto 1).

Free throws: KW 6-12; LC 9-15.

Fouled out: KW, Haugen.

Kasson-Mantorville 52, Stewartville 47 Tia Dorscher hit a three-point basket with under two minutes to play in regulation, giving Kasson-Mantorville the lead for good.

Hannah Garry bagged a trio of three-pointers for Stewartville and finished with 12 points. KASSON-MANTORVILLE (52) Janna Johanns 3, Tia Dorschner 15, Patty Kroulik 10, Amy Ramsey 18, Sarah Rheingans 2, Casey Allen 4. STEWARTVILLE (47) Tonya Jones 5, Brennan Bliese 9, Tracy Pochardt 4, Kim Hebl 8, Marissa Mulford 9, Hannah Garry 12. Quarter scores Kasson-Mantorville 18 28 37 52 Stewartville 15 30 39 47

Three-point goals: KM 4 (Johanns, Dorscher 3); STEW 4 (Garry 4).

Fouled out: STEW, Mulford. Triton 66, Cannon Falls 61 (ot)

To win, Triton outscored Cannon Falls 14-9 in overtime. The Cobras improve to 11-5 (9-5 Hiawatha Valley League). The Bombers drop to 5-14 (3-11 HVL).

Brooke Thiemann scored three three-pointers for Triton. Krissy Soweija made two threes. TRITON (66) Arin Andrews 15, Jenny Archer 4, Amanda Lambert 4, Tara Munnikhuysen 10, Emily Selthun 10, Krissy Soweija 8, Brooke Thiemann 15. CANNON FALLS (61) Erin Hedeen 5, Ria Lindor 11, Sara Olson 1, Karla Wegner 25, Katie Wegner 2, Sarah Fleming 17. Quarter scores Triton 14 28 38 52 66 Cannon Falls 14 27 36 52 61

Three-point goals: TRI 5 (Thiemann 3, Sowieja 2).

Free throws: TRI 21-34; CF 21-35.

Fouled out: None. Hayfield 65, Byron 45

Hayfield outscored Byron 17-4 in the third quarter to put the game away.

Kristin Peterson, a 5-foot-9 junior guard, scored eight of her game-high 22 points in the third quarter to lead the Vikings. Bonnie Thoe added 11 points for Hayfield, which shot 48 percent from the field. The Vikings improved to 13-3 overall (10-3 HVL Gold Division).

Julia Frie had 18 points to pace Byron, who shot a chilly 26 percent (15-for-58) from the field. HAYFIELD (65) Christi Crews 0, Dawn Hein 6, Nikki Kindschy 2, Kellie Krueger 7, Kristin Petersen 9, Kristin Peterson 22, Marie Schwering 0, Lindsay Severson 5, Sherri Swanson 0, Bonnie Thoe 11, Kelly Thompson 3, Daphne Wilson 0, Cally Dahlen 0, Sarah Alexander 0, Jana Wohlers 0. BYRON (45) Kendra Baumbach 0, Julia Frie 18, Marni Gehrking 7, Sheena Glassmaker 5, Mandy Jensen 0, Jane Loosbrock 2, Megan Pyfferoen 0, Kelli Reed 2, Dana Underdahl 4, Erica Von Arx 7, Tara Yngsdal 0. Quarter scores Hayfield 16 27 44 65 Byron 10 21 25 45

Three-point goals: BYRON 1 (Glassmaker 1).

Free throws: HAY 17-28; BYRON 14-28.

Fouled out: HAY, Petersen.@et