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Area Girls Basketball Wrap: Goodhue shuts down K-W


Goodhue 60, K-W 33

Riley Dummer had the 3-pointers falling, helping Kenyon-Wanamingo get an early lead. But eventually, the defense of second-ranked (Class A) Goodhue was too much to thwart as the Wildcats won Thursday's Hiawatha Valley League game 60-33.

Arianna Thomforde led Goodhue in scoring with 16 points while Sydney Lodermeier came up with 10 points and five rebounds. Both Lexie Lodermeier and Emily Benrud finished the game with eight points and five rebounds.

Dummer hit five 3-pointers, finishing with a game-high 17 points for the Knights.

Medford 54, Randolph 40

Randolph's offense had trouble finding the bottom of the net, shooting 27.8 percent in a 54-40 non-conference loss to Medford on Thursday.

Megan Erickson was the Rockets' leading scorer with 12 points. Hannah Neil approached a double-double with nine points and 13 rebounds, and Alyssa Whitson came up with 11 points, seven rebounds, four assists and three steals.


Z-M 77, Dover-Eyota 41

With Ali Hunstad and Lyndsey Quam leading the charge, Zumbrota-Mazeppa came back from its 11-day hiatus to net a 77-41 non-conference win over Dover-Eyota on Tuesday.

Hunstad put forth a double-double effort with 24 points and 11 rebounds while Quam hit five 3-pointers as part of a 20-point outing. Lauren Miller also had a double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds, and Makayla Arendt also tallied double digits with 14 points.

While hitting eight 3-pointers compared to one for the Eagles, the Cougars enjoyed a strong night at the free-throw line, going 21 of 28.

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