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Thursday area boys basketball results

A scoreboard of area boys basketball games.

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GOPHER CONFERENCE

Kenyon-Wanamingo 75, Medford 44
MEDFORD (44)
Culver 4 P; Erickson 16 P, 2 3-PT; Buck 4 P; Jones 2 P; Grayson 9 P; Chambers 1 P; Sutcliffe 3 P, 1 3-PT; Driscoll 3 P; Bluhm 2 P.
KENYON-WANAMINGO (75)
Paul Kortsch 7 P; Gavin Sommer 7 P, 1 3-PT; Jase Graves 2 P; Trevor Steberg 27 P, 4 3-PT; Laden Nerison 16 P, 1 3-PT; Luke Alme 12 P; Alex Lee 4 P.
Halftime: KW 45, 18.
Free throws: 8-17, KW 5-8.
Three-point goals: 3, KW 6.
Notes: K-W is 1-0 overall and 1-0 in conference; Medford is 0-1, 0-1.

NON-CONFERENCE

Lanesboro 51, Winona Cotter 46
WINONA COTTER (46)
AB Kamara 6 P; Damon Syrmopoulos 2 P; Vanya Schultz 11 P, 2 3-PT; Bobby Sandcorck 2 P; Payton Weifenbach 4 P; Charlie Schroeder 8 P, 2 3-PT; Tate Gilbertson 13 P, 1 3-PT.
LANESBORO (51)
Reece Benson 2 P; John Prestemon 13 P; Mason Howard 20 P, 6 3-PT; Parker Storhoff 9 P; Carson Ruen 1 P; Jordan Peterson 2 P; Logan Torgerson 4 P.
Halftime: COTT 27, LANE 21.
Free throws: COTT 3-6, LANE 9-14.
Three-point goals: COTT 5, LANE 6.

Stewartville 84, Albert Lea 32
ALBERT LEA (32)
Tanner Conn 5 P; Buom Nhial 2 P; Jack Skinness 6 P; Drew Teeter 11 P; Jacob Skinness 3 P; Jud Moller 4 P; Logan Strom 1 P.
STEWARTVILLE (84)
Parker Wangen 7 P; Henry Tschetter 5 P; Brady Pickett 2 P; Jason Shindelar 3 P; Bode Mayer 5 P; Tegan Malone 16 P; Miles Hettinger 13 P; Ian Hoot 3 P; Ayden Helder 2 P; Eli Klavetter 11 P; Evan Riggin 2 P; Alex Larson 8 P; Max Barnes 5 P; Mateo Anderson 2 P.
Halftime: STEW 52, AL 13.
Free throws: AL 10-15, STEW 7-11.
Three-point goals: AL na, STEW na.

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