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Area Boys' Basketball: Lake City rolls past Rochester Lourdes

Randolph's Nick Drinken (3) attempts a layup during a game on Thursday. Martin Schlegel / RiverTown Multimedia

Led by Nathan Heise, the Lake City boys’ basketball team took down Kasson-Mantorville, 65-43, on Friday.

Lake City blew the game open with 41 second-half points after leading at the half, 24-16.

Heise recorded his 1,000th career point during the game and led all scorers with 28 points, scoring 23 of his 28 in the second half. Josh Matanich added 15 points for Lake City.

The Tigers extended its win streak to four games and improved to 7-1 overall.

Other Area Scores:

Randolph 51, Grand Meadow 48

Triton 68, Kenyon-Wanamingo 50

Zumbrota-Mazeppa 78, Cannon Falls 73

Thursday

The Goodhue boys’ basketball team came out on top on, winning 52-46 over Lanesboro on Thursday.

The Wildcats were led by Sam Opsahl, who scored 16 points. Jason Gorman bucketed 15 points and Lucas Schumacher added 10 points.

Goodhue improved to 4-4 overall.

Pine Island 60, Byron 45

Pine Island won its second consecutive game with a 60-45 victory over Byron on Thursday.

The Panthers led at halftime, 33-19, and never looked back.

Jacob Weber scored 17 points to lead the Panthers. Josh Navratil recorded a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds, while Carter O’Reilly added 15 points.

Pine Island improved to 3-3 overall.

Other Area Score:

Randolph 76, Medford 36

Tuesday

The Lake City boys' basketball team won 61-42 over Rochester Lourdes on Tuesday.

Nathan Heise carried the Tigers offensively with his third double-double of the season, scoring 20 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. Reid Gastner had 14 points and Josh Matanich added 10 points.

Lake City improved to 6-1 overall.

Other Area Scores:

Cannon Falls 71, Triton 50

Zumbrota-Mazeppa 48, Goodhue 38

Pine Island 71, Stewartville 59

Hayfield 79, Kenyon-Wanamingo 35

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