Winners move on in first round of Rebel Classic
Published 12:00 am Friday, December 15, 2000
Hayfield 63, Lyle/Pacelli 50.
Friday, December 15, 2000
Hayfield 63, Lyle/Pacelli 50
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ADAMS – Danny Greibrok and Andy Boisjolie both scored 15 points, but it wasn’t enough for Lyle/Pacelli to hold off Hayfield in the first round of the Rebel Classic at Southland High School on Thursday.
Coach Gary Erlandson said the score went back and forth between the two teams, however, the Vikings pulled out in the third quarter to stay ahead of Lyle/Pacelli.
Philip Halbach also scored 10 points for L/P. Leading the scoring for Hayfield was Terry Colton with 21 points and Willie Hanson with 14.
Southland 48, NRHEG 39
ADAMS – A more aggressive second half helped the Southland Rebels over New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva at the Rebel Classic at Southland High School on Thursday.
The Rebels were down 15-7 after the first quarter, but came back by playing zone defense for the rest of the game.
Leading Southland in scoring was Todd Osmundson with 13 points, Pat Schneider with 9 points, Caleb Stroup with 8 points and Adam Nagele with 7 points. NRHEG’s scoring was led by Dusty Reese with 14 points, Isaih Lungberg with 7 points and Don Knudson with 6 points.
NRHEG had four treys in the game, with Reese dunking three of them. Southland had two three-pointers, shot by Steve Snyder and Adam Nagele.
Southland had 27 rebounds, while NRHEG had 24 rebounds. NRHEG, meanwhile, logged 18 turnovers and Southland had 14.
Scores by quarter for Southland: 7, 15, 30 and 48; for NRHEG: 15, 20, 28 and 39.
Southland’s record now is 1-2 and they take on Glenville-Emmons next in tonight’s semis.
Chatfield 57, Grand Meadow 25
ADAMS – In the second game of the Rebel Classic at Southland High School on Thursday, Chatfield outdistanced Grand Meadow, 57-25.
Chatfield’s leading scorer was Adam Eichoefer with 15 points.
Glenville-Emmons 62, Alden-Conger 49
ADAMS – Glenville-Emmons handled Alden-Conger 62-49 in the third game of the Rebel Classic at Southland High School on Thursday.
Leading scorers were Andrew Graybrook with 21 points for Glenville-Emmons and Paul Scrabeck with 19 points for Alden-Conger.
Blooming Prairie 69, Medford 19
BLOOMING PRAIRIE – The Awesome Blossoms improved their mark to 4-1 with an easy victory over Medford at home on Thursday.
Coach John Bruns said that Blooming Prairie had scoring from 15 of 17 on the team’s roster.
Sam Wencl led the Blossoms with 12 points, including three three-pointers in the first quarter. Luke Miller came off the bench and logged 8 points for the winners. Nick Wentzel led Medford with 8 points.
Scoring by quarters for Blooming Prairie: 20, 19, 11, 19; for Medford: 4, 0, 6 and 9.
Medford remains winless for the season with an 0-4 mark.
Lanesboro 45, LeRoy-Ostrander 44
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