Stewartville girls beat fellow power Goodhue for second time

Haylie Strum scored 22 points and Stewartville extended its winning streak to 16 games with a 68-51 win over Goodhue.

Stewartville Tigers logo
Stewartville Tigers

STEWARTVILLE — For the 16th straight game, the Stewartville girls basketball team came away a winner on Thursday night.

This time it was against one of the top Class AA teams in the state, Goodhue. The Tigers beat their Hiawatha Valley League rival 68-51 as it rode a 22-point night from star point guard Haylie Strum.

Stewartville is ranked No. 4 in Class AAA, Goodhue No. 4 in Class AA,

Strum finished with three 3-pointers and also grabbed four rebounds. Also hitting double figures for the Tigers (10-1, 19-2) were Audrey Shindelar with 12 points and Savannah Hedin with 10. Hedin also grabbed eight rebounds while Shindelar had five.

Goodhue led 34-29 at halftime before Stewartville kicked things into another gear.


Goodhue (11-2, 18-3) was paced by Kendyl Lodermeier with 15 points and 12 rebounds. Elisabeth Gadient had 14 points and five rebounds, Tori Miller 10 points and 10 rebounds and Jada Scheele seven points and 11 rebounds.

It was Goodhue’s first loss in 14 game, its last setback also against Stewartvile. Providence Academy is the only other team to have beaten Goodhue.

Stewartville 68, Goodhue 51
Kenzie Lodermeier 3 P, 1 3-PT; Tori Miller 10 P, 10 R; Kendyl Lodermeier 15 P, 12 R, 1 3-PT; Elisabeth Gadient 14 P, 5 R, 1 3-PT; Emma Thomforde 2 P, 3 R; Ava Wallaker 7 R; Jada Scheele 7 P, 11 R.
Haylie Strum 22 P, 4 R, 3 3-PT; Audrey Shindelar 12 P, 5 R; Avery Spencer 2 R; Taylor Klement 3 P, 4 R, 1 3-PT; Jayci Rath 5 P, 5 R, 1 3-PT; Savannah Hedin 10 P, 8 R; Ella Theobald 7 P, 5 R; Keeley Steele 6 P, 2 3-PT; Hannah Martinson 3 P, 2 R, 1 3-PT.
Halftime: GOOD 34, STEW 29.
Free throws: STEW 14-22, GOOD 10-21.
Three-point goals: STEW 8, GOOD 3.

Our newsroom occasionally reports stories under a byline of "staff." Often, the "staff" byline is used when rewriting basic news briefs that originate from official sources, such as a city press release about a road closure, and which require little or no reporting. At times, this byline is used when a news story includes numerous authors or when the story is formed by aggregating previously reported news from various sources. If outside sources are used, it is noted within the story.
What To Read Next
Get Local