Jacari Swinea’s 16 points led a balanced Worthington scoring attack Tuesday night and the Trojans’ boys basketball team won at Jackson County Central, 72-63.
Caleb Knothe contributed 14 points for Worthington, now 6-14 overall, while Abagotte Opiew had 11 points and Andrew Mulder 10. Also assisting the WHS offense were Jake Brandner, who had nine points, and Marenono Opiew, who had eight.
Swinea also had a solid game on the boards for the Trojans with 10 rebounds; he also passed for four assists. Abagotte Opiew and Knothe chipped in with six rebounds apiece.
Roman Voss had 13 points to lead the Huskies offensively. Travis Rogotzke, Caleb Thurmer and Damien Phaly had 10 points apiece.
The Luverne Cardinals girls hockey team is advancing to the state Class A tournament for the third consecutive year. The second-seeded Cardinals edged top-seeded New Ulm on the road in double overtime, 3-2.
In other action Tuesday, it was:
Luverne 64, Adrian-Ellsworth 27
Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 55, Murray County Central 21
Marshall 60, St. Peter 36
Central Lyon 67, Western Christian 44
Sibley-Ocheyedan 59, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 31
Mountain Lake Area-Comfrey 73, Red Rock Central 29
Southwest Minnesota Christian 83, Westbrook-Walnut Grove 43
Hills-Beaver Creek 75, Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda 54
Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 65, Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 50
Adrian-Ellsworth 68, Edgerton 50
Redwood Valley 90, Windom 74
Luverne 53, Pipestone Area 39
Windom Area 5, Minnesota River 2
La Crescent-Hokah 6, Fairmont 2