Clark leads Mustangs over Rabbits, 57-41

BLHS 57, Wabasso 41

HECTOR – Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart’s Mason Clark hit seven 3-pointers to lead the Mustangs over Wabasso Friday in Tomahawk Conference boys basketball action.

Clark finished the game with 29 points and Kyle Kubesh had 10 points and 13 rebounds for the Mustangs.

Neil Eichten led the Rabbits with 16 points.

BLHS (4-2, 3-2) is at Renville County West on Tuesday.

Wabasso (4-6, 2-2) hosts Minnesota Valley Lutheran on Monday.

St. Mary’s 92, MVL 52

SLEEPY EYE – Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s ran past Minnesota Valley Lutheran in Tomahawk Conference boys basketball action Friday night.

Sean Mathiowetz led the Knights with 23 points and Jordan Anderson scored 21. John Brandl finished with 17 points.

Chad Lease led the Chargers with 11 points and Ryan Grunke and Nick Dewanz each scored 10.

St. Mary’s (6-2) hosts Cedar Mountain/Comfrey on Tuesday while MVL (0-10) is at Wabasso on Monday.

CM/C 67, SE 55

SLEEPY EYE – Cedar Mountain/Comfrey defeated Sleepy Eye in Tomahawk Conference boys basketball action Friday.

Jake Trebesch led the Indians with 19 points and 10 rebounds and Tyler Netzke scored 12 points for Sleepy Eye.

Sam Pendleton led the Cougars with 17 points and Riley Kerkhoff finished with 11 points.

CM/C (5-2) is at St. Mary’s on Tuesday and Sleepy Eye (3-3) is at New Ulm Cathedral Tuesday.

RRC 70, Adrian 40

LAMBERTON – Henry Rogotzke led Red Rock Central to a win against Adrian Friday. Rogotzke scored 23 points and grabbed 17 rebounds.

RRC’s Jeff DeCock added 19 points and five assists. Mason Miller tacked on eight points with five rebounds.

Adrian was led by Cody Polzine and Collin Kemper, each scoring eight points.

RRC (3-4 overall, 2-2 in conference) will travel to Mountain Lake Area Thursday.

Fairmont 74, New Ulm 55

FAIRMONT – Fairmont defeated New Ulm Friday in a South Central Conference game.

New Ulm was led by Tyler Dittrich’s 13 points and Chris Mulder finished with 11 points and five assists.

No stats were available for Fairmont.

New Ulm (3-9 overall, 1-2 in conference) will travel to Redwood Valley Monday.

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