Austin vs. Owatonna Boys Basketball

Austin's Okey Okey (1) goes up for a shot during a Big Nine boys basketball game against Owatonna on Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2020, in Austin. Okey scored 13 points in Austin's 60-59 loss.

(Joe Ahlquist / jahlquist@postbulletin.com)

NORTHFIELD -- Gabe Madsen poured in 43 points and Mayo used a strong second half to pull away and defeat Northfield 85-75 in Big Nine Conference boys basketball on Tuesday night.

"Conference wins on the road in February are hard to come by, so we will enjoy this one," Mayo coach Luke Madsen said. "Coach Driscoll has Northfield playing very well right now. His team has improved tremendously, and we really had to work to get this win."

Gabe Madsen had a huge overall game. He not only scored 16 points over his season average, but he drilled 10 of Mayo's 13 3-pointers and pulled down 15 rebounds. Madsen helped the Spartans control play in the second half after the Spartans led just 40-38 at the break.

Mason Madsen had 10 rebound and eight rebounds for Mayo while Michael Sharp chipped in with nine points.

Karsten Clay scored 28 points for the Raiders (6-15, 5-12 Big Nine).

With the win, Mayo improves to 16-5, and moves a game ahead of Austin in the Big Nine standings at 14-3. The Spartans will take a six-game winning streak in Friday's 7:30 p.m. home game against city rival Century.

"We are excited to see what the next few weeks brings us," Luke Madsen said.

Mayo 85, Northfield 75

MAYO (85)

Gabe Madsen 43 P, 15 R, 10 3-PT; Mo Hammadelniel 7 P, 1 3-PT; Makuei Riek 2 P; Daniel Young 3 P; Riek Riek 6 P; Andre Crockett 5 P; Michael Sharp 9 P; Mason Madsen 10 P, 8 R, 2 3-PT.

NORTHFIELD (75)

Karsten Clay 28 P, 3 3-PT; Luke Labenski 13 P, 3 3-PT; Kip Schetnan 7 P, 5 R, 1 3-PT; Nick Touchette 8 P, 5 R; Anders Larson 7 P, 1 3-PT; Daniel Monaghan 12 P, 5 R.

Halftime: MAYO 40, NFLD 38.

Free throws: MAYO 4-10, NFLD 10-10.

Three-point goals: MAYO 13, NFLD 8.


CENTURY BOUNCES BACK, ROLLS PAST RED WING

Century, coming off a loss to Big Nine Conference leader Mankato East, had three players in double figures in a 66-29 victory over Red Wing in boys basketball on Tuesday.

"Nice bounce back win on our home court," Century coach Jacob Vetter said. "Guys played well and were able to get out and run in transition."

Jack Fisher paced the Century with 18 points and added five rebounds. Mark Leonard had 12 points and five rebounds while Gabe Hanson made three of Century's five 3-pointers and added 11 points. Canon Tweed had seven rebounds to pace the Panthers.

"We knocked down some open threes and got to the rim," Vetter said.

Century (16-6 overall, 14-4 Big Nine) will play at Mayo at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Red Wing drops to 2-19, 1-16 in the Big Nine.

"We will take the next couple days to get ready for a big matchup at Mayo," Vetter said.

Century 66, Red Wing 29

RED WING (29)

Ben Kuehni 8 P, 6 R, 1 3-PT; Max Hanson 2 R; Cam Rosebear 2 P; Reese Tripp 9 P, 4 R; Henry Davig 2 P, 1 R; Andrew Ball 6 P, 3 R; Quinton Smith 1 R.

CENTURY (66)

RJ Saar 1 R; Carter Proud 7 P, 1 3-PT; Gabe Hanson 11 P, 4 R, 3 3-PT; Stephen Olander 2 P, 2 R; Mark Leonard 12 P, 5 R; Jack Fisher 18 P, 5 R, 1 3-PT; Canon Tweed 6 P, 7 R; Peter Lynch 6 P, 4 R; Daunte Grafe 4 P, 1 R.

Halftime: CENT 39, RW 16.

Free throws: RW 6-9, CENT 7-15.

Three-point goals: RW 1, CENT 5.


LOURDES NIPS KOMETS

KASSON -- Lourdes snapped a two-game losing streak with a narrow 61-59 road win over Kasson-Mantorville in Hiawatha Valley League Gold Division play on Tuesday.

The games was close the entire way. Lourdes led 30-28 at the half and held on despite going a modest 12-for-23 at the line.

Colin Meade paced the visiting Eagles with 19 points and Austin Loeslie added 13.

Jace Bigelow and Jordan Kern scored 16 points each for K-M.

Lourdes improves to 12-10, 7-5 in the HVL Gold Division. The KoMets drop to 8-12, 2-9 in the HVL Gold.

Lourdes 61, Kasson-Mantorville 59

LOURDES (61)

Trevor Greguson 5 P, 1 3-PT; Austin Loeslie 13 P, 2 3-PT; JT Cafarella 5 P, 1 3-PT; Colin Meade 19 P; Ethan Sailer 2 P; Peyton Dunham 6 P; Max Colby 5 P, 1 3-PT.

KASSON-MANTORVILLE (59)

Carter Nelson 5 P, 1 3-PT; Jace Bigelow 16 P, 4 R, 1 3-PT; Jordan Kern 16 P, 3 3-PT; Jerron Sandeno 4 P; Easton Knoll 6 P, 5 R, 4 A; Jordan Klepel 8 P, 2 3-PT; Alex Jennissen 4 P.

Halftime: LOUR 30, KM 28.

Free throws: LOUR 12-23, KM 10-15.

Three-point goals: LOUR 5, KM 7.

DAING POWERS ROCKETS PAST WEST

John Marshall rode Jacob Daing's 22 points and seven rebounds as it beat Mankato West 53-49 in Big Nine Conference action.

The Rockets, who improved to 7-9 in the Big Nine and 9-11 overall, led 30-20 at intermission.

Ty Tuckner added 14 points and nine rebounds for JM, and Aballa Bagutti had 11 points.

West is 4-13, 6-15 and has lost its last seven games.

John Marshall 53, Mankato West 49

MANKATO WEST (49)

Buom Jock 6 P, 1 R; Tyler Makela 2 P; Mason Ellwein 20 P, 5 R, 1 3-PT; Aidan Corbett 3 P, 1 3-PT; Mehki Collins 13 P, 8 R; Martez Redeaux 3 P, 1 R; Louis Magers 2 P, 4 R. 

JOHN MARSHALL (53)

Aballa Bagutti 11 P, 2 3-PT; Braden Black 5 R; Jacob Daing 22 P, 7 R; Kyle Ebert 5 R; Parker Navitsky 1 R; Ty Tuckner 14 P, 9 R; Will Woodford 6 P, 5 R, 1 3-PT. 

Halftime: JM 30, WEST 20.

Free throws: WEST 13-15, JM 8-15.

Three-point goals: WEST 2, JM 3.


BIG NINE CONFERENCE

Owatonna 60, Austin 59

OWATONNA (60)

Ty Creger 1 R; Brayden Williams 9 P, 4 R, 3 3-PT; Payton Beyer 19 P, 7 R, 3 3-PT; Nolan Burmeister 2 P, 3 R; Carson DeKam 2 P; Isaac Oppegard 6 P, 1 R, 1 3-PT; Evan Dushek 22 P, 8 R.

AUSTIN (59)

Okey Okey 13 P, 3 R, 2 3-PT; Teyghan Hovland 8 P, 1 R; Pierre Lilly 5 P, 1 R, 1 3-PT; Agwa Nywesh 6 P, 7 R; Moses Idris 15 P, 7 R; Victor Idris 5 R; Ochan Obany 3 P; Lero Oman 3 P, 1 R; Tony Ciola 3 P, 1 R, 1 3-PT; Jacob Venenga 3 P, 1 3-PT.

Halftime: AUS 29, OWAT 28.

Free throws: OWAT 11-14, AUS 5-10.

Three-point goals: OWAT 7, AUS 5.


HIAWATHA VALLEY LEAGUE

Stewartville 54, Byron 52

BYRON (52)

Jake Braaten 19 P, 3 3-PT; Tyler Underwood 3 P, 1 3-PT; Isaac Dearborn 9 P; Easton Hulke 7 P; Ahjany Lee 4 P; Jaxon Marine 4 P; Trent DeCook 6 P.

STEWARTVILLE (54)

Nolan Stier 10 P, 2 3-PT; Bradon Holschlag 4 P; Bode Mayer 4 P; Will Tschetter 34 P, 2 3-PT; Max Barnes 2 P.

Halftime: BYR 27, STEW 26.

Free throws: BYR 4-10, STEW 16-23.

Three-point goals: BYR 4, STEW 4.

Notes: The win wraps up the HVL Gold Division for Stewartville (19-5, 11-3 HVL Gold). Byron drops to 13-10, 5-7 HVL Gold.


Pine Island 67, Cannon Falls 63

PINE ISLAND (67)

Caleb Henderson 13 P, 1 3-PT; Connor Bailey 8 P, 1 3-PT; Max Owen 9 P, 1 3-PT; Johnny Bauer 4 P; Carter O'Reilly 29 P, 15 R; Peter Bruss 4 P.

CANNON FALLS (63)

Marcus Banks 4 P; Rhett Schaefer 7 P; Grant Mech 7 P; Drew Otte 15 P, 1 3-PT; Luke Sjoquist 24 P, 3 3-PT; Camden Dicke 4 P; Jack Dommeyer 2 P.

Halftime: PI 26, CF 23.

Free throws: PI 20-26, CF 5-14.

Three-point goals: PI 3, CF 4.

Notes: Carter O'Reilly scored the 1,000th point of his career during the game.


Triton 73, Kenyon-Wanamingo 64

KENYON-WANAMINGO (64)

Tate Erlandson 14 P, 3 3-PT; Trevor Steberg 19 P, 5 3-PT; Riley Horn 2 P; Laden Nerison 11 P, 2 3-PT; Luke Alme 2 P; Casey Wesbur 13 P, 1 3-PT; Tanner Angelstad 2 P.

TRITON (73)

Austin Melder 2 P; Parker Boe 2 P; Jay Yankowiak 9 P; Owen Petersohn 18 P, 3 3-PT; Haevan Quimby 28 P, 4 3-PT; Braxton Munnikhuysen 13 P.

Halftime: TRI 29, KW 27.

Free throws: KW 5-7, TRI 11-19.

Three-point goals: KW 11, TRI 7.


THREE RIVERS CONFERENCE

St. Charles 82, Wabasha-Kellogg 46

ST. CHARLES (82)

Drew Maloney 23 P, 4 3-PT; Kooper Vaughn 18 P, 4 3-PT; Tyler Gransee 2 P; Sam Lewis 8 P; Chase Walters 9 P, 3 3-PT; William Davidson 6 P, 2 3-PT; Kyle Putzier 2 P; David Hanson 3 P, 1 3-PT; Sam Linderbaum 8 P; Ethan Warmkagathje 3 P, 1 3-PT.

WABASHA-KELLOGG (46)

Lukas Busch 3 P, 1 3-PT; Alex Avilez 8 P; Luke Bergan 3 P, 1 3-PT; Max Bergan 4 P, 2 3-PT; Taariq Bouissardane 11 P, 1 3-PT; Max Kuntz 4 P; Kedron Reimers 2 P; Ben Solberg 2 P; Ian Nelson 6 P, 1 3-PT.

Halftime: STC 48, WK 17.

Free throws: STC 11-13, WK 6-6.

Three-point goals: STC 15, WK 6.

Notes: St. Charles improves to 15-7, 10-3 Three Rivers.


Lewiston-Altura 46, La Crescent 45

LA CRESCENT (45)

Mason Bills 3 P, 1 R, 1 3-PT; Mitchell Dryden 1 P, 1 R; Isaac Petersen 9 P, 2 R; Zach Todd 12 P, 7 R; Josh Kerska 6 P, 4 R, 2 3-PT; Luke Schwartzhoff 14 P, 11 R, 1 3-PT.

LEWISTON-ALTURA (46)

Gunner Reed 17 P, 7 R, 1 3-PT; Blake Schilling 4 P, 9 R; Collin Bonow 13 P, 7 R, 2 3-PT; Thomas Menk 8 P, 2 R, 1 3-PT; Cole Mundt 4 P, 11 R.

Halftime: LAC 24, LA 19.

Free throws: LAC 3-7, LA 10-20.

Three-point goals: LAC 4, LA 4.

Notes: Lewiston-Altura improves to 18-4, 9-4 in the Three Rivers. La Crescent drops to 15-5, 11-2 Three Rivers.


Caledonia 94, Fillmore Central 38

FILLMORE CENTRAL (38)

Cory Brown 5 P, 1 3-PT;  Zach Haugerud 10 P; Haidyn Gunderson 13 P, 3 3-PT; Mason Berg 2 P; Carson Kiehne 4 P; Grant Kennedy 2 P; Ian Shupe 1 P.

CALEDONIA (94)

Eli King 17 P, 2 3-PT; Casey Schultz 2 P; Austin Klug 6 P; Andrew Kunelius 4 P; Jackson Koepke 13 P, 1 3-PT; Elias Dvorak 5 P Jashon Simpson 4 P; Noah King 14 P, 4 3-PT; Tanner Conniff 2 P; Devin Voderohe 3 P; Sam Privet 12 P; Chris Pieper 4 P Thane Meiners 3 P, 1 3-PT; Austin Meyer 2 P; Brody Johnson 3 P, 1 3-PT.

Halftime: CAL 64, FC 29.

Free throws: FC 5-11, CAL 15-21.

Three-point goals: FC 4, CAL 9.

Notes: Caledonia, ranked No. 1 in Class AA, improves to 20-1, 13-0 in the Three Rivers. Fillmore drops to 4-19, 2-11 Three Rivers.


Plainview-Elgin-Millville 65, Dover-Eyota 57

DOVER-EYOTA (57)

Noah Rice 3 P; Logan Riley 8 P, 1 3-PT; Blake Blattner 10 P; Tyler Johnson 11 P, 1 3-PT; Jamison Dahl 4 P; Brady Williams 19 P, 2 3-PT; Bobby Mason 2 P.

PLAINVIEW-ELGIN-MILLVILLE (65)

Gunner Ramthun 11 P; Luke Stevens 6 R; Conner Schumacher 15 P; Peyton Schumacher 10 P; Blake Herber 24 P, 11 R, 1 3-PT; Kaden Lamb 3 P, 1 3-PT; Sam Schultz 2 P.

Halftime: PEM 35, DE 29.

Free throws: DE 13-20, PEM 17-20.

Three-point goals: DE 4, PEM 2.

Notes: Junior Blake Herber scored his 1,000th career points on his way to a double-double. P-E-M is 16-6 and D-E is 12-11


Chatfield 74, Southland 68

CHATFIELD (74)

Reid Johnson 18 P, 6 R, 2 3-PT; Cole Johnson 13 P, 5 R; Landon Bance 8 P, 2 R, 2 3-PT; Ben Fretland 9 P, 2 3-PT; Masyn Remme 2 P, 1 R; Drew Schindler 1 P, 1 R; David Castleberg 14 P; Henry Gathje 4 P; Austin Koengis 2 P, 1 R; Sam Backer 3 P.

SOUTHLAND (68)

Reece Tapp 1 R; Nicholas Boe 17 P, 7 R, 1 3-PT; Harrison Hanna 11 P, 1 R, 3 3-PT; Daniel Boe 7 P, 8 R; Matt Mueller 2 P, 5 R; Noah Lamp 5 P, 1 R; Eli Wolff 12 P, 6 R, 2 3-PT; Carter Schmitz 6 P, 6 R; Brendan Kennedy 8 P, 2 R, 2 3-PT.

Halftime: CHAT 39, SOUTH 30.

Free throws: CHAT 20-27, SOUTH 14-23.

Three-point goals: CHAT 6, SOUTH 8.


GOPHER CONFERENCE

Hayfield 56, United South Central 55

UNITED SOUTH CENTRAL (55)

Colten Quade 3 P, 1 3-PT; Adam Stenzel 13 P, 3 3-PT; Aj Kloos 23 P, 1 3-PT; Mason Stevermer 3 P, 1 3-PT; Ethan Dallman 5 P, 1 3-PT; Riley Staloch 8 P, 1 3-PT.

HAYFIELD (56)

Patrick Towey 8 P, 2 3-PT; Easton Fritcher 2 P; Isaac Matti 6 P, 2 3-PT; Luke Dudycha 13 P; Ethan Slaathaug 27 P, 1 3-PT.

Halftime: HAY 31, USC 28.

Free throws: USC 5-6, HAY 9-19.

Three-point goals: USC 8, HAY 5.

Notes: Hayfield trailed 55-48 with under three minutes left. Ethan Slaathaug scored seven straight points to tie the game with 45 seconds left. Luke Dudycha got fouled with five seconds left and made the second to give Hayfield the win. USC missed a desperation shot as time expired.


SOUTHEAST CONFERENCE

Randolph 74, Lanesboro 40

LANESBORO (40)

JT Rein 1 P; John Prestemon 8 P, 2 3-PT; Jake Gathje 2 P; Carter Clarke 8 P, 2 3-PT; Sawyer Johnson 8 P, 1 3-PT; Seth Semmen 5 P; Ryan Holmen 5 P; Bodin Mayer 3 P.

RANDOLPH (74)

Dane Ehleringer 13 P, 3 3-PT; Aj Weidner 10 P, 3 3-PT; Nick Drinken 12 P, 1 3-PT; Devon Schultz 6 P, 2 3-PT; Alec Otte 2 P; Jack Roberge 5 P, 1 3-PT; Mason Lorenzen 6 P, 2 3-PT; Tyson Cooreman 4 P; Isaac Stoesz 9 P; Clay Nielsen 7 P.

Halftime: RAND 33, LANE 22.

Free throws: LANE 9-17, RAND 10-15.

Three-point goals: LANE 5, RAND 12.


Spring Grove 69, Grand Meadow 67

SPRING GROVE (69)

Payton Leahy 13 P, 3 3-PT; Caleb Nerstad 9 P; Caden Grinde 30 P, 3 3-PT; John Koch 12 P; Matthew Doering 2 P; Kyle Hagen 2 P.

GRAND MEADOW (67)

Ben Kraft 14 P, 1 3-PT; Evan Oehlke 23 P, 4 3-PT; Blake Ludemann 2 P; Ethan Lane 6 P, 1 3-PT; Colt Landers 14 P, 4 3-PT; Ethan Gilbert 8 P, 2 3-PT.

Halftime: GM 37, SG 27.

Free throws: SG 11-19, GM 8-12.

Three-point goals: SG 6, GM 12.

Notes: Spring Grove improves to 13-10. Grand Meadow drops to 16-7.


NON-CONFERENCE

Waseca 79, Lake City 66

WASECA (79)

Kyreese Willingham 24 P, 4 3-PT; Tave Ball 3 P, 1 3-PT; Ryan Dufault 16 P; Zach Hoehn 6 P, 2 3-PT; Andrew Morgan 16 P; Matt Seberson 12 P.

LAKE CITY (66)

Nate Heise 39 P, 4 3-PT; Jake Wohlers 6 P, 2 3-PT; Justin Wohlers 11 P, 3 3-PT; Reid Gastner 10 P.

Halftime: WA 33, LC 30.

Free throws: WA 10-13, LC 9-9.

Three-point goals: WA 7, LC 9.

Notes: In a battle of Class AA state powers, No. 2 Waseca (18-5) snapped No. 3 Lake City's (19-2) 24-game winning streak at home. Waseca led 56-55 with seven minutes to play before using a key 9-0 run to pull away for the victory.


Zumbrota-Mazeppa 84, Tri-City 35

TRI-CITY UNITED (35)

C.Barrett 5 P, 1 3-PT; A Henze 5 P, 1 3-PT; D.Miland 6 P; T Smith 5 P; F.Tanda 3 P; H.Holicky 2 P; J.Hurd 5 P, 1 3-PT; M.Voscjika 4 P.

ZUMBROTA-MAZEPPA (84)

Anthony Cylkowski 12 P, 2 3-PT; Willie Holm III 15 P, 1 3-PT; Zach Hutton 21 P, 1 3-PT; Tanner Gates 10 P; Parker Miller 3 P, 1 3-PT; Joel Matuska 4 P; Landen Chandler 1 P; Jake Mehrkens 2 P; Tyson Liffrig 6 P, 2 3-PT; Kaleb Stensland 2 P; Blake Lochner 3 P, 1 3-PT; Josh Hutton 5 P, 1 3-PT.

Halftime: ZM 45, TCU 21.

Free throws: TCU 4-10, ZM 5-7.

Three-point goals: TCU 3, ZM 9.

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