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BOYS BASKETBALL AREA ROUNDUP

NON-CONFERENCE

Elgin-Millville 82, Grand Meadow 35

Grand Meadow: Zach Fay 11 points; Stefan Smith 7 points. Team stats: 3-15 FT, 0-3 3-pointers, 16-35 FG,

Elgin-Millville: Ryan Bennett 20 points, 10 rebounds; Damon Devlin 12 points; Tyler Flynn 12 points. Team stats: 15-28 FT, 5-11 3-pointers, 31-65 FG.

Halftime: E-M 38, Grand Meadow 21.

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Notes: E-M is now 7-17 overall, 2-14 in the TRC.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

HIAWATHA VALLEY LEAGUE

Winona Cotter 58, Cannon Falls 41

Cotter: Jenny Gilbertson 20 points; Brooke Beyer 14; Laura Erickson 11 points. Team stats: 10-17 FT, 2 3-pointers.

Cannon Falls: Alex Montgomery 15 points; Korie Jackson 11 points, 5 assists, 3 steals; Cory Montgomery 4 points, 9 rebounds; Amanda Schreyer 5 steals, 5 assists. Team stats: 6-9 FT, 3 3-pointers.

Halftime: Cotter 28, Cannon Falls 24.

Notes: Cotter claimed its first HVL Conference title crown and was in the title game for the first time. …; Cannon Falls was in the title game for the fourth time but is now 0-4 in HVL championships. …; Cotter takes a 22-4 record into the Section 1AA tournament, and Cannon Falls is 21-5 going into Section 4AA.

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SOUTHEAST CONFERENCE

Mabel-Canton 67, Grand Meadow 65

Grand Meadow: Rebecca Stier 28 points; Jessica Benson 10 points. Team stats: 15-20 FT, 0 3-pointers.

Mabel-Canton: Tori Lind 24 points, 11 rebounds; Danielle Stortz 19 points; Lacey Spalla 9 points. Team stats: 18-28 FT, 7 3-pointers.

Halftime: M-C 37, Grand Meadow 28.

Notes: M-C had a 46-30 lead in the second half and never relinquished the lead. …; Both teams finished with 10-4 records in the SEC. …; M-C finished 12-13 overall, and Grand Meadow 14-6. …; M-C is the No. 5 seed and Grand Meadow the No. 3 seed in the Section 1A East tournament.

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