Mayo vs John Marshall girls basketball

Mayo's Anna Miller (15) dribbles the ball down court during a game on Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2019 at Mayo High School in Rochester. (Traci Westcott / twestcott@postbulletin.com)

BOYS HOCKEY

Big Nine Conference

Gavin Gunderson and Joey Malugani each scored two goals and had one assist as Rochester Century remained unbeaten in the Big Nine (13-0-0) with a 5-2 win at Northfield. Tim Pundt made 24 saves for the Panthers (18-4-1 overall), who clinched at least a share of the conference title. They can win it outright with a win or a tie at Winona on Thursday.

• Mayo's Javan Hodge scored his 10th goal of the season, but Taylor Bogen scored twice for Owatonna, which fended off a challenge from the Spartans for a 5-1 win.

Non-conference

Brody Lamb recorded a hat trick and an assist, and Matt Donovan scored twice as Dodge County (18-5-1) won its 11th consecutive game, 6-1 against Southwest Christian/Richfield.

Roman Grulkowski had a goal and two assists for Winona in a 7-1 win against Austin. Grulkowski, who became Winona's all-time leading scorer last Thursday, recorded his 100th career point on Saturday, making him the first Winhawks player ever to hit triple digits.

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Big Nine Conference

• Gabe Madsen poured in 27 points, while Mason Madsen chipped in 20 to help Rochester Mayo eek past John Marshall 76-64. JM was led by Will Woodford who scored 19 points. Jacob Daing had 17 points and 12 rebounds.

Non-conference

Brady Williams scored 26 points to help Dover-Eyota slip past Maple River 69-51. Greg Holst, Tyler Johnson and Logan Riley all cracked double figures. Maple River was led by Ben Trio and Mason Schirmer who both scored 14 points. 

• Byron’s Jake Braaten poured in 27 points, while Ahjany Lee added 12, but it wasn’t enough as Chanhassen edged Byron 68-64.

 Ethan Slaathaug scored the go-ahead bucket with six seconds left, and then Easton Fritcher swiped a steal to help Hayfield nip Triton 55-53. Slaathaug scored 22 points, while Fritcher added 11. Triton’s Haeven Quimby scored 14 points.

Kooper Vaughn knocked down eight 3-pointers and scored an absurd 40 points to lead St. Charles to an 86-79 victory over Minneapolis Patrick Henry. Drew Maloney had 25 points and 14 rebounds. Chase Walters chipped in 10. 

 Will Tschetter was unstoppable, pouring in 39 points, as Stewartville cruised to a 93-60 win over Chatfield. Nolan Stier scored 14 points in the victory. Chatfield was led by Landon Bance (14 points) and Reid Johnson (13 points). 

 P-E-M erupted on a 20-7 spurt to start the second half and held off Rochester Lourdes 76-62. Conner Schumacher scored 21 points for P-E-M. Lourdes’ Colin Meade also scored 21 points. 

• Jake Braaten had his second straight game with 25 or more points as he tallied 27 in Byron's 68-64 win over Chanhassen.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Big Nine Conference

 Mankato West jumped out to an early 12-point lead, but Rochester Mayo fought back and pulled away for a big 78-68 Big Nine victory. Anna Miller led Mayo with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Mullk Hammadelniel drained three 3-pointers and scored 18. Lynnsey Hady (10 points), Nancy Soro (10 points, seven rebounds), Elli Collins (nine points, 11 rebounds) and Jess Kunkel (seven points) provided well-balanced scoring. Mayo improved to 17-4 this season. Mankato West dropped to 14-7, despite Malani Schoper’s 23 points. Briana Stolzman chipped in 16 points and six rebounds.

Southeast Conference

 Randolph edged Lanesboro in overtime 54-49. Megan Erickson scored a game-high 21 points for Randolph, while Payton Benson had a team-high 15 points for Lanesboro. 

 Payton Danielson scored 15 points and ripped down 10 rebounds to spur Mabel-Canton past LeRoy-Ostrander 46-38. MaKenzie Kelly nailed two 3-pointers and scored 10. LeRoy-Ostrander was led by Jordan Runde and Kelly Hanson who both scored 11 points.

Non-conference

Molly Bills canned six 3-pointers and scored a game-high 21 points to help La Crescent edge Cannon Falls 55-46. Cannon Falls was led by Belle Freeberg who scored 15 points.  

• Hayfield got in a 17-1 hole, but the Vikings made a furious comeback and knotted the score at 44 at the end of regulation. Then, in overtime, Hayfield was able to hold off Triton 54-51. Hayfield’s Kristen Watson scored 17 points in the win. Kendra Petersohn scored 17 points for Triton. 

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GYMNASTICS

 Owatonna won the Big Nine Conference championship for the fifth year in a row in a hard-fought battle. Lindsay Bangs was the all around victor.

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SATURDAY'S SCORES

BOYS HOCKEY

Big Nine Conference

Century 5, Northfield 2

Mankato East 5, John Marshall 2

Owatonna 5, Mayo 1

Winona 7, Austin 1

Non-conference

Austin at Winona

BOYS BASKETBALL

Big Nine Conference

Rochester Mayo 76, John Marshall 64

Non-conference

Dover-Eyota 69, Maple River 51

Byron 68, Chanhassen 64

Hayfield 55, Triton 53

Stewartville 93, Chatfield 60

P-E-M 76, Lourdes 62

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Big Nine Conference

Rochester Mayo 78, Mankato West 68

Southeast Conference

Randolph 54, Lanesboro 49

Mabel-Canton 46, LeRoy-Ostrander 38

Non-conference

La Crescent 55, Cannon Falls 46

Hayfield 54, Triton 51

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