Rochester boys basketball results for Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022

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Century 67, Faribault 56

FARIBAULT — Century stayed hot, winning for the sixth time in its last seven games, as it beat Faribault 67-56 in Big Nine Conference play.

It was the Falcons’ seventh-straight loss.

It was a big game for Panthers freshman forward Caleb Bancroft, as he totaled 15 points and seven rebounds. Jub Ogak added 12 points and Jaden Wysocki and Shaun Wysocki each had seven.

Century (11-8 Big Nine, 13-10 overall) led 31-26 at halftime.

Faribault was led by Jordan Klecker’s 17 points. The Falcons finished just 9-for-20 from the free-throw line.


Century 67, Faribault 56
Jub Ogak 12 P; Carter Poncelet 2 P; Jaden Wysocki 7 P, 1 3-PT; Tait Deedrick 6 P, 2 3-PT; Ethan Wills 7 P, 1 R; Caleb Bancroft 15 P, 7 R; Shaun Wysocki 7 P, 1 3-PT; Ryan Ohm 6 P, 1 3-PT; Luke Kottom 5 P, 5 R.
Jordan Klecker 17 P, 1 3-PT; Ian Ehlers 8 P; Hunter Nelson 10 P; Brady Schulz 6 P, 2 3-PT; Abdirashid Jimale 2 P; Devin Lockerby 13 P, 8 R.
Halftime: CENT 31, FAR 26.
Free throws: CENT 7-11, FAR 9-20.
Three-point goals: CENT 5, FAR 3.

Owatonna 63, John Marshall 36

John Marshall ran into the Big Nine Conference’s top team, Owatonna, and the Huskies were way too much, winning 63-36.

It was the Rockets’ sixth straight loss and dropped them to 5-13 in the Big Nine and 7-14 overall. Owatonna is unbeaten in the Big Nine (18-0) and 20-2 overall.

The Huskies had four players with at least eight points apiece, led by Evan Dushek’s 18 points. Tyler Smith led JM with 13 points. Johnny Tong added seven.

Owatonna led 29-14 at intermission.

Owatonna 63, John Marshall 36
Ty Creger 8 P; Brayden Williams 9 P, 1 3-PT; Collin Vick 4 P; Ayden Walter 5 P, 1 3-PT; Nick Williams 6 P, 2 3-PT; Blake Burmeister 9 P, 3 3-PT; Avery Hartman 2 P; Jack Helget 2 P; Evan Dushek 18 P; Noah Kubicek 2 P.
Logan Tuckner 5 P, 1 3-PT; Tyler Smith 13 P, 2 3-PT; Gunnar Dokken 2 P; Johnny Tong 7 P, 1 3-PT; Zach Ladu 2 P; Cham Obang 2 P; Geu Aguek 3 P; Matao Wilkins 2 P.
Halftime: OWAT 29, JM 14.
Free throws: OWAT 4-10, JM 4-7.
Three-point goals: OWAT 7, JM 4.

Lanesboro 50, Schaeffer Academy 41

Mason Howard canned six 3-pointers and scored 18 points to lead Lanesboro past Schaeffer Academy 50-41 in Southeast Conference play on Wednesday.

John Prestemon added 14 points for the Burros (15-10, 9-7 SEC), who overcame a 21-17 deficit at the half.


Ethan VanSchepen had a double-double for Schaeffer with 18 points and 10 rebounds and Matthew Gingrich just missed with 10 points and nine rebounds.

The loss drops the Lions to 9-15, 5-9 in the SEC.

Lanesboro 50, Schaeffer Academy 41
Reece Benson 3 P, 1 3-PT; John Prestemon 14 P; Mason Howard 18 P, 6 3-PT; Parker Storhoff 2 P; Hayden Lawstuen 2 P; Stephan Schultz 10 P; Logan Torgerson 1 P.
Bryce VanSchepen 2 P; Cole Morgan 5 P, 1 3-PT; Matthew Gingrich 10 P, 9 R, 2 3-PT; Micah Lahr 2 P; Aidan Kluth 4 P; Ethan VanSchepen 18 P, 10 R.
Halftime: SA 21, LANE 17.
Free throws: LANE 11-12, SA 10-12.
Three-point goals: LANE 7, SA 3.

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