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Bullerman wins all-around, Trojans sixth at State True Team gymnastics meet

The Worthington Trojans and Morris-Benson Area Storm played a girls/boys hockey doubleheader Saturday afternoon at the Worthington Ice Arena.

 

The Worthington Trojans gymnastics team hosted the State True Team Meet and wound up placing sixth overall. The Monticello Magic were first with a total of 177.975 points; Worthington had 171.825.

It was a strong meet for Hali Bullerman, who took first in the all-around competition in a meet that included the top 10 Class A gymnastics teams in Minnesota. Bullerman tallied a total score of 37.1 points in winning the all-around; teammate Addison Gerber placed ninth.

In individual events, Bullerman captured first place on the vault with a 9.2 and first on the floor with a 9.625. She was also second on the vault with a 9.55 as well as ninth in the bars at 8.725. Gerber was third overall on the floor at 9.55 as a large crowd packed the Worthington gymnastics facility on Trojans coach Joni Reitmeier’s birthday. The meet took place two days after Reitmeier notched her 200th career victory as WHS coach.


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Worthington High School and Morris-Benson Area played a girls/boys hockey doubleheader Saturday afternoon at the Worthington Ice Arena.


In the girls game, Morris-Benson Area’s Karlie Bruns scored five times and the Bulldogs topped the Trojans 6-1. The Storm led 2-0 after the first period and scored first in the second period before the Trojans’ Marin Pederson tallied an unassisted goal for a 3-1 score. The Storm scored once more in the second and added two more goals in the third.

 

WHS, which is still in search of its first win this winter, outshot Morris-Benson Area 25-23.

 

In the boys matchup, the Storm got a goal with 48 seconds left in overtime to edge the Trojans 6-5. After Ian Bumgardner put WHS out in front 1-0 in the first period, Morris-Benson Area scored three straight times before Trenton Chantharath trimmed the deficit to 3-2 with a little more than a minute remaining before the first intermission.

 

Chantharath scored again to make it 3-3 in the second period, and after a Storm goal Easton Newman answered for the Trojans. In the third period, Morris-Benson Area went ahead 5-4, but a goal by Spenser Nickel with 11 seconds left sent the game into overtime. WHS outshot the Storm 38-29 during the game.

 

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The Worthington Trojans boys basketball team got down 18-2 early on against visiting St. Peter on Friday night and ultimately never recovered as they lost 85-73.

 

The Trojans, who dropped to 8-6 overall this season and 2-3 in Big South Conference play, got within seven points of the lead later in the first half, but wound up in the locker room at the half down 11 following a St. Peter 3-pointer with two seconds left. The Saints then came out on fire in the second half and built a 55-35 advantage. The Trojans closed to within eight of the lead with a minute to go, but St. Peter closed out WHS from there.


Freshman Owen Potts led five double-figure scorers with 18 points. For the Trojans, Jacari Swinea had 27 points, with Zach Hayenga contributing 18 and Kaleb Knothe 14.


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In area girls basketball Saturday, it was:

Canton, S.D. 44, Luverne 37 Marshall 69, Fairmont 40


In boys basketball Saturday:

Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda 56, Red Rock Central 53 Mountain Lake Area-Comfrey 45, Westbrook-Walnut Grove 42 Adrian-Ellsworth 74, Edgerton 69 Hills-Beaver Creek 57, Murray County Central 48 Southwest Minnesota Christian 66, Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 57 Jackson County Central 103, Windom 59


In area girls hockey Saturday, it was:


Marshall 4, Minnesota River 2 Breck 2, Luverne 0 Mankato West 5, Windom Area 3


In boys hockey Saturday:


Marshall 2, Minnesota River 1

La Crescent-Hokah 13, Fairmont 0

Luverne 5, Cambridge-Isanti 4


In area girls basketball Friday night, it was:


Edgerton 78, Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda 26 Southwest Minnesota Christian 60, Hills-Beaver Creek 41 Westbrook-Walnut Grove 74, Red Rock Central 20 Adrian-Ellsworth 58, Murray County Central 42 Minnesota 71, Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 44 Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 65, Mountain Lake Area-Comfrey 57 Redwood Valley 54, Luverne 48 St. James Area 63, Pipestone Area 52 Fairmont 80, Blue Earth 40 Jackson County Central 64, Waseca 44 New Ulm 67, Marshall 65 Central Lyon 46, West Lyon 37 Okoboji 58, Unity Christian 52 Hinton 70, Hartley-Melvin Sanborn 29 George-Little Rock 58, Trinity Christian 34 Akron-Westfield 61, Harris-Lake Park 26


In boys basketball Friday:


Martin County West 80, Madelia 76 (OT) Waseca 68, Jackson County Central 64 Redwood Valley 96, Luverne 60 Pipestone Area 82, St. James Area 59 Fairmont 82, Blue Earth 49 New Ulm 88, Marshall 78

Sheldon 56, Sibley-Ocheyedan 47

Hinton 78, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 32

George-Little Rock 60, Trinity Christian 32

Akron-Westfield 62, Harris-Lake Park 46

West Lyon 74, Central Lyon 56

Unity Christian 76, Okoboji 47


In girls hockey Friday:


Windom Area 5, Morris-Benson Area 2


In boys hockey Friday:


Little Falls 6, Luverne 5 (OT)

Redwood Valley 4, Fairmont 3

Morris-Benson Area 6, Windom Area 3 



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