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DCHS sports schedule, week of Feb. 20

Tuesday, Feb. 21

• DC boys basketball at Watertown-Mayer, 7 p.m.

• DC girls basketball vs. Watertown-Mayer, 7 p.m.

Thursday, Feb. 23

• LDC boys hockey vs. Redwood Valley – Morris Area/Benson winner, 7 p.m.

• DCL boys swimming & diving at Section 3A Tournament, Hutchinson

Friday, Feb. 24

• DC boys basketball at Litchfield, 7 p.m.

• DC girls basketball vs. Litchfield, 7 p.m.

• DCL boys swimming at Section 3A Tournament, Hutchinson

• DC wrestling at Section 6A Individual Tournament, St. Cloud St.

Saturday, Feb. 25

• LDC boys hockey at Section 3A Semifinals, Gustavus Adolphus

• DCL boys swimming at Section 3A Tournament, Hutchinson

• DC wrestling at Section 6A Individual Tournament, St. Cloud St.•

Preview of Monday’s Sports Section

Below is a preview of Monday’s sports section of the Enterprise Dispatch.

• The girls basketball team got back on the winning track with a win over Rockford.

• Despite 25 points from Trever Kaiser, the boys basketball team fell just short in a loss to Rockford.

• The LDC boys hockey team suffered a shutout loss to Delano, the #2 team in the state in Class AA.

• The DC Gymnastics team ended their regular season against New Prague.

• The DCL boys swim & dive team took second at the WCC meet, with Spencer Atkinson setting a new DC school record in the 100 backstroke.

And Stats, Standings & More!

PREP ROUNDUP: Lakers drop third straight; Royals boys and girls get bounce-back wins

Prep Roundup for Tuesday, Feb. 14

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BOYS BASKETBALL

CENTRAL MN CONFERENCE

Holdingford 58, HLWW 38

Holdingford:28;30;–58

HLWW:18;20;–38

HOLDINGFORD (16-4, 9-1): Tyson Patrick 17, Joseph Meier 9, Blake Patrick 8, Adam Ripplinger 6, Evan DeMorett 6, Isaiah Folsom 6, Austin Lange 4, Dalton Frink 3.

HLWW (7-15, 4-7): Cameron Decker 14, Brad Bickmann 10, Brock Bangasser 5, Chris Zander 4, Brandon Karels 3, Zach Uter 2.

HOWARD LAKE  – With the chances of a conference title gone, the Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted boys basketball team had a chance to play spoilers Tuesday night when they hosted Holdingford. The Huskers, who sit atop the Central MN Conference, took care of business as they cruised to a 58-38 win on the road.

With Lakers leading 13-8 in the early going, the Huskers made their run. The Huskers scored 20 unanswered points to take a 15 point lead over the Lakers. The Lakers, who have struggled on offense their past few games, went scoreless for over seven minutes in the first half. Trailing by 15 in the final minutes of the half, Brad Bickmann kept the Lakers in it. Bickman knocked down a 3-pointer to get the Lakers within 12. Then at the buzzer, he knocked down a turnaround jump shot at the buzzer, bringing the Lakers within 10.

Bickman and the Lakers kept thing rolling to start the second half. On the first possession, Brock Bangasser found Chris Zander on a back cut for an easy basket. After getting on stop on defense, Cameron Decker made a layup, and the Lakers were within six points.

That’s as close as the Lakers would get though as their transition defense couldn’t stop the Huskers from getting easy buckets. Holdingford’s Tyson Patrick used an 8-0 run by himself, putting the Huskers up 43-26 with 10:57 to go.

Decker led the way with 14 points, five of which came from the free throw line. Bickmann added 10 points, while Bangasser added five points.

The Lakers are back in action Friday night when they travel to B-B-E for another Central MN Conference matchup.

BOYS BASKETBALL

WRIGHT COUNTY CONFERENCE

Watertown-Mayer 62, Glencoe-Silver Lake 46

Watertown-Mayer:33;29;–62

Glencoe-Silver Lake:20;26;–46

WATERTOWN-MAYER (18-3, 7-2): Ben Theisen 2, Riley Alger 4, Drew Thibault 8, Trae Berhow 26, Ethan McCleary 4, McKinley Gehlhausen 18.

GLENCOE-SILVER LAKE (11-10, 2-7): Kyle Christensen 1, Tyler Ehrke 2, Luke Frahm 13, Matt Sanchez 3, Ben Donnay 4, Nick Schmidt 5, Mitchell Boesche 12, Jacob Litzau 6.

GLENCOE – Trae Berhow and McKinley Gehlhausen led the Royals to a much needed bounce-back win on the road Tuesday night. Berhow and Gehlhausen combined for 44 points, as the Royals picked up a 62-46 win over the Panthers.

The Royals used a strong first half, taking a 33-20 lead into the locker room. The win keeps the Royals just one game behind the Annandale Cardinals in the Wright County Conference West standings.

Berhow, Gehlhausen, and the Royals are back in action Friday, Feb. 17 when they travel to Litchfield for their third matchup of the season with the Dragons. The Royals won both of the previous meetings.

BOYS BASKETBALL

NON CONFERENCE

Heritage Christian 86, Mayer Lutheran 68

Heritage Christian:47;39;–86

Mayer Lutheran:37;31;–68

MAYER LUTHERAN (14=9, 6-4): Kobey Woolhouse 9, Matt Menth 4, Cole Hagen 12, Tyler WIlaby 8, Garrett Tjernagel 2, Baden Noennig 19, Mitchell Johnson 4, McHayl Diedrick 10.

MAYER – With a marquee matchup against the No. 2 team in Class A, the Heritage Christian Eagles proved to be too much for the Crusaders. The Crusaders found themselves in a 10-point hole at the half, and it was just too much to overcome in the second half.

Sophomore Baden Noennig led the way with 19 points, while Cole Hagen added 12 points. The Crusaders are back in action Tuesday, Feb. 21 when they travel to NYA to take on the Raiders.

 
GIRLS BASKETBALL

WRIGHT COUNTY CONFERENCE

Watertown-Mayer 62, Glencoe-Silver Lake 48

Glencoe-Silver Lake:21;27;–48

Watertown-Mayer:28;34;–62

GLENCOE-SILVER LAKE (12-11, 5-6): Miah Monahan 9, McKenna Monahan 9, Maddie Monahan 15, Olivia Lemke 7, Mickalyn Frahm 2, Kaitlyn Uecker 6.

WATERTOWN-MAYER (21-3, 11-2): Kirstin Klitzke 16, Olyvia Schroeder 3, Grace Knutson 4, Emma Ragner 3, Claire Killian 13, Emma Mass 2, Sarah Zuelzke 2, Monika Czinano 19.

WATERTOWN –The Royals got a nice bounce-back in at home with a 62-48 win over Glencoe-Silver Lake Tuesday night. Iowa commit Monika Czinano led the way for the Royals with 19 points, while Kirstin Klitzke finished with 16 points.

It was a nice bounce-back win for the Royals who suffered their first conference loss of the season last week against Annandale. The Royals are back in action Friday, Feb. 17 when they host the Litchfield Dragons.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

MN RIVER CONFERENCE

NYA 86, Mayer Lutheran 70

Mayer Lutheran:28;42;–70

NYA:43;43;–86

MAYER LUTHERAN (16-7, 8-3): Emilee Gustin 23, Kate Strehlke 4, Maddy Hucky 18, Katelyn Shipler 5, Olivia Quiram 4, Mya Chmielewski 13, Sophie Flucas 3.

NYA (23-1, 11-0): Jayden Fritz 2, Abby Mackenthun 8, Bren Fox 19, Anna Mackenthun 5, Amanda Geis 2, Samantha Miller 19, Kali Grimm 31.

NORWOOD YOUNG AMERICA – Emilee Gustin’s 23 points weren’t enough as the NYA Raiders clinched the Minnesota River Conference title with an 86-70 win Tuesday night. The Raiders, the No. 6 team in Class AA, played a complete game throughout, crowing them conference champs.

Maddy Hucky added 18 for the Crusaders, while Mya Chmielewski finished with 13 points. The Crusaders are back in action Friday, Feb. 17 when they host Tri-City United.

OTHER LOCAL SCORES:

BOYS BASKETBALL – CENTRAL MN CONFERENCE

Kimball 56, B-B-E 32

Milaca 83, Pierz 69

Eden Valley-Watkins 65, Maple Lake 43

Holdingford 58, HLWW 38

BOYS BASKETBALL – MN CHRISTIAN ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

St. Paul Academy and Summit 57, PACT Charter 36

St. Agnes 75, West Lutheran 55

Blake 66, SW Christian 57

Heritage Christian 86, Mayer Lutheran 68

BOYS BASKETBALL – WRIGHT COUNTY CONFERENCE

Rockford 68, Dassel-Cokato 65

Waconia 88, Hutchinson 74

Watertown-Mayer 62, Glencoe-Silver Lake 46

New Prague 80, Delano 73

Orono 76, Holy Family 71

Annandale 50, Litchfield 49

BOYS BASKETBALL – MN RIVER CONFERENCE

Jordan 84, Medford 38

Sibley East 99, St. Peter 85 (OT)

Heritage Christian 86, Mayer Lutheran 68

GIRLS BASKETBALL – CENTRAL MN CONFERENCE

Maple Lake 45, St. John’s Prep 25

St. Cloud Cathedral 83, Kimball 79 (3OT)

Sauk Centre 75, Holdingford 30

GIRLS BASKETBALL – MN CHRISTIAN ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

Maranatha Christian 84, Trinity 49

SW Christian 51, St. Croix Prep 47

LP/HT 71, Spectrum 44

Legacy Christian 56, PACT Charter 26

Heritage Christian 70, New Life Academy 38

GIRLS BASKETBALL – WRIGHT COUNTY CONFERENCE

Annandale 58, Litchfield 54

New Prague 48, Delano 41

Orono 55, Holy Family 39

Watertown-Mayer 62, Glencoe-Silver Lake 48

Hutchinson 78, Waconia 42

New London-Spicer 72, Mound Westonka 36

GIRLS BASKETBALL MN RIVER CONFERENCE

NYA 86, Mayer Lutheran 70

Tri-City United 56, Sibley East 51

Belle Plaine 74, LeSueur-Henderson 44

Jordan 60, Medford 39

WRIGHT COUNTY CONFERENCE – BOYS HOCKEY

Waconia 6, Hutchinson 3

Holy Family 10, Mound Westonka 0

Delano 7, Litchfield/D-C 0

Orono 2, New Prague 1

PREP SPORTS SCHEDULE: Tuesday, Feb. 14

Prep sports schedule for Tuesday, Feb. 14

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BOYS BASKETBALL – CENTRAL MN CONFERENCE

Kimball at B-B-E

Pierz at Milaca

Eden Valley-Watkins at Maple Lake

Holdingford at HLWW

BOYS BASKETBALL – MN CHRISTIAN ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

PACT Charter at St. Paul Academy and Summit

St. Agnes at West Lutheran

Blake at SW Christian

Heritage Christian at Mayer Lutheran

BOYS BASKETBALL – WRIGHT COUNTY CONFERENCE

Dassel-Cokato at Rockford

Hutchinson at Waconia

Watertown-Mayer at Glencoe-Silver Lake

Delano at New Prague

Orono at Holy Family

Annandale at Litchfield

BOYS BASKETBALL – MN RIVER CONFERENCE

Jordan at Medford

St. Peter at Sibley East

Heritage Christian at Mayer Lutheran

GIRLS BASKETBALL – CENTRAL MN CONFERENCE

Maple Lake at St. John’s Prep

Kimball at St. Cloud Cathedral

Holdingford at Sauk Centre

GIRLS BASKETBALL – MN CHRISTIAN ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

Trinity at Maranatha Christian

St. Croix Prep at SW Christian

West Lutheran at Bethany Academy

Spectrum at LP/HT

PACT Charter at Legacy Christian

New Life Academy at Heritage Christian

GIRLS BASKETBALL – WRIGHT COUNTY CONFERENCE

Annandale at Litchfield

New Prague at Delano

Holy Family at Orono

Glencoe-Silver Lake at Watertown-Mayer

Waconia at Hutchinson

Rockford at Dassel-Cokato

New London-Spicer at Mound Westonka

GIRLS BASKETBALL MN RIVER CONFERENCE

Mayer Lutheran at NYA

Sibley East at Tri-City United

LeSueur-Henderson at Belle Plaine

Medford at Jordan

WRIGHT COUNTY CONFERENCE – BOYS HOCKEY

Hutchinson at Waconia

Holy Family at Mound Westonka

Delano at Litchfield/D-C

Orono at New Prague

Section 6AA Seedings for Wrestling Released

The Section 6AA seedings have been released for the Team Tournament, to be held at Foley Saturday, Feb. 18.

The Chargers received the #7 seed, and will face #10 St. Cloud Apollo at 10 a.m.

If DC wins, they will face #2 Foley afterward.

DC defeated St. Cloud Apollo 43-29 Feb. 3.

#1 – Litchfield
#8 – Albany vs #9 Monticello
#4 Delano vs #5 Becker
#6 Big Lake vs #11 Zimmerman
#3 ANML
#7 DC vs #10 St. Cloud Apollo
#2 Foley

DCHS Sports Schedule, Week of Feb. 13

The Sports Schedule for the week of Feb. 16

• Tuesday, Feb. 13
Rockford at DC girls basketball, 7 p.m.
DC Boys Basketball at Rockford, 7 p.m.
Delano at LDC boys hockey, 7:15 p.m.
• Friday, Feb. 17
New London-Spicer at DC boys basketball, 7 p.m.
DC girls basketball at New London-Spicer, 7 p.m.
New Prague at LDC boys hockey, 7 p.m.
• Saturday, Feb. 18
DC Gymnastics at Section Tournament at Willmar, TBD
Orono at LDC Boys Hockey, 3 p.m.
Wrestling at Section Team Tournament at Foley, TBD