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Goodhue, K-W fall on Friday

Zumbrota-Mazeppa's Sam Opsahl passes to teammate Mitchell Hemenway during the Wildcats' loss to Stewartville on Friday. Opsahl was one of three Goodhue players to score 10 points. Kyle Stevens / RiverTown Multimedia

Goodhue and Stewartville were tied 25-25 at halftime, but it was the Tigers that pulled away in the second half for a 56-45 Hiawatha Valley League win on Friday night.

A trio of players finished in double digits for Goodhue, with Dawson Evanson, Sam Opsahl and Mitchell Schrimpf each putting up 10 points. Evanson hit three of the team's nine 3-pointers in the loss.

Stewartville was led by Will Tschetter's 15 points, followed by 12 from Carter Groski and 10 from Hunter Voigt.

The Wildcats (9-9, 4-5 HVL) will try to end their losing streak at four games Tuesday in a road game with rival Zumbrota-Mazeppa.

K-M 71, K-W 60

Kenyon-Wanamingo gave a spirited effort in the second half, but a large halftime deficit to Kasson-Mantorville was too big in a 71-60 loss to the KoMets on Friday.

K-M led 38-14 after the first half, but the Knights responded with a 46-33 edge over the final 18 minutes. Jack Buelke and Colin Sviggum both scored in double digits for K-W, with 18 and 16 points, respectively. Sam Ringham added seven points, seven assists and three steals for the Knights, who had a tough time with KoMet Hunter Bzoskie. Bzoskie hit seven 3-pointers, scored 40 points and had a game-high eight rebounds.

K-W (1-17) hosts Triton on Tuesday then heads to Goodhue on Friday.

Thursday

Bethlehem Academy 48, Goodhue 45

Goodhue got a game-high 14 points from Mitchell Schrimpf, but Bethlehem Academy's eight-point lead at halftime was too much for the Wildcats in a 48-45 loss on Thursday.

In a low-scoring affair, Sam Opsahl was next on Goodhue's scoring list with nine, followed by Derek Alpers and Mitchell Hemenway, both of whom had eight.

Avery Hunt had 13 points for the Cardinals, and Zach VanThomme had 14 in the win.

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