Watchmen keep Falcons winless

Elgin-Millville exploded for 23 points in the fourth quarter and denied Wabasha-Kellogg its first victory of the season in high school boys basketball action Saturday at Elgin.

Elgin-Millville beat W-K 52-38 in the Three Rivers Conference game. E-M trailed by five points entering the fourth quarter, but the Watchmen owned the last eight minutes, 23-4.

Cullen Johnson had a double-double for Elgin-Millville with 25 points and 12 rebounds.

It was the last regular-season game for both teams. E-M finished 2-16 in the Three Rivers North Division and 4-22 overall; W-K was 0-17 in the TRC North, 0-21 overall.



Elgin-Millville 52, Wabasha-Kellogg 38

Wabasha-Kellogg 14 24 34 38

; Elgin-Millville 9 25 29 52

; Wabasha-Kellogg: Isaac Perry 12 points; BJ Hall 8 points; Ben Kreye 7 points. Team stats: 6-15 FTs, 0 3-pointers.

Elgin-Millville: Cullen Johnson 25 points, 12 rebounds; Clay Olstad 9 points; Tony Schneider 8 points. Team stats: 13-19 FTs, 1 3-pointer.


Spring Grove 62, Elgin, Iowa, 50

Spring Grove na 31 54 62


; Elgin, Iowa na 29 38 50

; Spring Grove: Alex Roverud 16 points, 7 rebounds; Sam Morken 14 points; Gavin Sherburne 10.

Notes: Spring Grove outscored Valley of Elgin, Iowa, 23-9 in the fourth quarter to make the game look one-sided. The Lions improved to 19-5.

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