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Breckenridge/Wahpeton's Jase Jensen scored four goals, three unassisted, and he assisted on two other goals in a victory over Morris Benson Area on Thursday, Jan. 26 in Morris. The Blades scored two goals in each period on its way to a 6-0 shutout over the Storm.
A-C-GC used a strong first half to move by Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta in a West Central Conference battle on Friday, Jan. 27 in Atwater. The Falcons took a 35-22 halftime lead and outscored the Tigers 37-30 in the second half to win by a 20-point margin at 72-52.
Noah Kannegiesser scored 21 points as the Owls held on for a close win over West Central Area Tuesday, Jan. 24 in Barrett. RELATED: Ortonville defeats Hancock in comeback fashion , prep boys basketball , Hancock athletics
Morris Benson Area's Abbey Hoffman made 52 saves, but it wasn't enough against a tough Northern Lakes team Tuesday, Jan. 24. Northern Lakes found a way to score six goals to rout the Storm 6-1. RELATED: Eagles shut out Storm , prep girls hockey , MBA Storm
Willmar boy's hockey team logged 84 shots and converted on six of them to defeat Morris Benson Area 6-1 Tuesday, Jan. 24 in Benson. RELATED: Windom's losing streak snapped against MBA , prep boys hockey , MBA Storm
Camden Arndt scored a buzzer-beater layup in overtime to lead Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta to a thrilling 53-51 win over Minnewaska Tuesday, Jan. 24 in Morris. Jacob Zosel drove the length of the court and passed to Arndt, who scored a game-high 17 points, to set up the game-winner. Check it out here .
The Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta Tiger swimming and diving team hosted Perham on Tuesday, Jan. 24 in Morris. The varsity fell 90-65 with three first place finishes. RELATED: Three third place finishes pace Tigers , prep boys swimming and diving , Morris/C-A athletics
Two Owl teams took first place at the Ortonville tournament on Saturday, Jan. 14. Hancock’s fifth grade team and fourth grade team both went 3-0 on the day to claim the top spot. The fifth grade Owls defeated Ortonville, Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley, and Canby to claim the top spot. The fourth graders defeated Milbank, Ortonville, and Wheaton/Herman-Norcross for the title.
The Hancock JV has gone 2-2 since Jan. 6. The Owls defeated Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg 41-14 on Friday. Jan. 6, then fell to Benson 31-26 on Friday, Jan. 13. The following week, the Hancock JV fell to Wheaton/Herman-Norcross and bounced back against Ashby.
Kassandra Algarate scored 21 points to lead Hancock to a 17-point win over MACCRAY at home Friday, Jan. 20. Hancock held a seven-point lead at the half and outscored MACCRAY by 10 in the second stanza to win 54-37. RELATED: Hancock downs Ashby , prep girls basketball , Hancock athletics