High school highlights for Monday, Jan. 23, 2023

Top performances for area high school players.

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Jack Lang drilled five 3-pointers and had 20 points while Ater Manyuon chipped in with 14 points as Austin outscored Albert Lea 83-71. Teddy Collins pumped in 29 points and had 11 rebounds for the Tigers while Pal Wal had 20 points.


Jayce Kiehne hit three triples and tallied 22 points to lead Fillmore Central past Wabasha-Kellogg 68-53.

Lewis Doyle hit three 3-pointers and scored 20 points while Mason King knocked down six triples and had 19 as Caledonia rolled past St. Charles 90-50. Henry Davidson led the Saints with 12 points.


• La Crescent-Hokah had four players in double figures led by Owen Bentzen with 14 points in a 70-33 victory over Dover-Eyota. Mavrick Sobczak had a game-high 15 points for D-E.

Kaiden Peters scored 20 points and Aeron Stevens added 18 as Plainview-Elgin-Millville rolled past Winona Cotter 67-35.


Cale Wehrenberg hit three 3-pointers and had 14 points as Southland toppled Grand Meadow 70-28.

John Prestemon poured in 25 points and Lanesboro rallied from a nine-point deficit at the half to slip past LeRoy-Ostrander 63-58. Camden Hungerholt scored a game-high 26 points for L-O.

Elijah Solum notched 25 points and Tysen Grinde chipped in with 20 as Spring Grove toppled Kingsland 72-37. Jayden Brink hit four 3-pointers and scored 22 points for the Knights.


Isaac Matti scored 16 points and had a huge three-point play with 37 seconds left to help Hayfield hold off United South Central 57-55. USC used an 8-0 run to cut the lead to 50-49 before Matti's three-point play. Zander Jacobson also had 16 points and he aded a whopping 16 rebounds. Matti collected nine boards.




Ella Hopkins hit four 3-pointer and scored 14 points as Lourdes (14-2) posted its sixth straight victory with a 43-28 victory over Zumbrota-Mazeppa.


Clarissa Sauer drained seven 3-pointer and scored a school-record 37 points to lead Winona Cotter past Plainview-Elgin-Millville 73-68. Sauer, a sophomore forward, also had 10 rebounds and seven steals. Abigail O’Reilly poured in 41 points for P-E-M.

• Caledonia blasted St. Charles 70-17, holding the Saints to just five points in the second half. Ava Privet had 13 points for the Warriors, while Josie Foster and Jovial King each had 12.

• Molly Bills scored 21 points, Maya Bubbers and Kinlee Grattan 12 in La Crescent-Hokah’s 74-65. Miranda Palmby scored 26 points for D-E.

Evy Goldsmith led Chatfield to a 59-51 comeback win over Rushford-Peterson, scoring 22 points. Chatfield trailed 32-23 at halftime. Ellie Ekern had 17 points and hit three 3-pointers for R-P.



Katelyn Hauser scored 20 points while Anika Reiland chipped in with 14 points as Kingsland defeated Schaeffer Academy 58-49. Gabriella Buehler hit a trio of 3-pointer and had 16 points for Schaeffer.

Sydney Torgerson poured in 31 points while Avery Kingsley drained four triples and scored 20 points as Houston got past Southland 72-55. Katelyn McCabe led the Rebels with 16 points.



Ava Stanchina had two goals and an assist while Samantha Bogen had a goal and two assists as Big Nine leader Owatonna blanked Century/John Marshall 8-0. Abigail Conners made 36 saves for Century/JM.


Peyton Squier scored two goals in Austin's 8-2 loss to Windom.

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