Cardinals blow out Raiders at home

ARLINGTON – The Arlington girls' basketball team improved to 4-3 after beating Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 67-24 Thursday night.

The Cardinals used a big second half to pull away from the Raiders. Arlington was up 29-14 at halftime and outscored ORR 26-10 in the third quarter. They then shutout the Raiders in the fourth quarter and scored 12 points of their own.

Hadley Carson led the Cardinals with 24 points, eight rebounds and four assists. Makayla Nelson had nine points and nine rebounds. Harley Johnson had 17 points and Kasey Pistulka had seven. ORR (1-6) was led by Khloe Tieman who had 15 points.

Arlington shot 46% from the field and was 3-11 from three. They held the Raiders to 27.6% shooting from the field and ORR was 2-13 from three. The Cardinals outrebounded the Raiders 39-18.

Up next, the Cardinals will face Viborg-Hurley Saturday in the Mustang Seeds Shootout at the DSU Fieldhouse in Madison.

 Estelline/Hendricks 60, Lake Preston 23

LAKE PRESTON – The Redhawks cruised to their second-straight victory after outscoring the Divers 17-2 in the first quarter.

Estelline/Hendricks was led by Sophie Johnson who had 17 points, four rebounds and four steals. Kylie Beare had eight points and three assists. Faith VonMeveren had 10 points and Kate Wegner had eight. Ashlyn DeKnikker led Lake Preston (1-6) with seven points. Holly Andrews had six points and Alice Warne and Annika Nelson each had four points.

The Redhawks shot 46% from the field and were 3-8 from three. They held the Divers to 25% shooting from the field and Lake Preston was 0-11 from three.

Lake Preston will face Iroquois/Doland at home on Jan. 13th and Estelline/Hendricks will travel to Flandreau to face Flandreau Indian on Jan. 13th.

• Colman-Egan 52, Elkton-Lake Benton 19

COLMAN – After losing their first game of the season Monday night, the Hawks got back on track with a blowout win against the Lady Elks. It was 12-9 after the first quarter, but then CE outscored ELB 14-3 in the second quarter and 23-3 in the third quarter to pull away. 

The Hawks (6-1) were led by Mackenzie Hemmer who had 18 points and 10 rebounds. Braiden Wesstley had 13 points and five rebounds. Josie Mousel had eight points and Olivia Baumberger and Elizabeth Moore each had four. Hannah Krog led the Lady Elks (1-4) with nine points.

The Hawks shot 41.3% from the field and 2-8 from three. They held the Lady Elks to 25% from the field and 1-7 from three. CE outrebounded ELB 36-15.

The Hawks will face Dell Rapids Saturday in the Mustang Seeds Shootout at the DSU Fieldhouse in Madison. The Lady Elks will travel to Alcester to take on Alcester-Hudson Saturday.


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