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Trojan gymnasts total 142.8 points in Friday night win

Hali Bullerman won the all-around for the fourth time in four meets this season and the Worthington High School gymnastics team scored a season high in its 142.80-122.875 win at home over Windom.

Bullerman tallied an all-around score of 36.475 points. She won the vault (9.3) and the bars (9.425) and was third on both the beam and the floor. Trojan Addison Gerber was tops on both the beam (8.975) and the floor (9.35) and was second on the vault and in the all-around. Brooklyn Dykstra took second on both the bars and beam for the Trojans, and Olivia Barber was second on the floor. 


In high school boys basketball Friday, the Worthington Trojans went on the road to New Prague and picked up a 67-49 win. The Trojans, now 4-1, led by 13 at the half. They had four players in double figures scoring as Kaleb Knothe had 17 points, Jacari Swinea 15, Zach Hayenga 13 and Andrew Mulder 11.


In high school girls basketball Friday, the Trojans had a 9-6 edge on visiting St. Peter nearly halfway through the first half, but the Saints then went on a 19-0 run and eventually defeated WHS 67-21. St. Peter is unbeaten and ranked fourth in the state in Class AAA.


Adrian-Ellsworth had three wrestlers place this past weekend at the Redwood River Riot.

Moe Edrman wound up with a second-place finish at 121 pounds. At 285, Jarem Winselman earned a fourth-place finish. Rilee Heidebrink placed eighth at 160; a medical forfeit resulted in losses in his final two matches.

For Fulda-Murray County Central, Kaston Clarke was fourth at 107 pounds, Aiden Lorenzen was eighth at 139 and Carson Klein eighth at 189.

Worthington did not have any of its wrestlers place.


Jackson County Central wrestlers Kyler Thier (107), Dallas Gossen (114), Kayden Eller (120), Isaac Rodriguez (126), Ben Dahlin (144), Nolan Ambrose (150) and Seth Stai (175) each finished first Saturday at the Austin Roberts Memorial Tournament Saturday in Spencer.


The Worthington Trojans girls hockey team came up just short Friday night at home against Prairie Center, as a goal with just 3:01 left in the third period sending WHS to a 2-1 defeat.

Prairie Center took a 1-0 lead into period number three, but Breeta Johnson scored on assists from Madelyn Cummings and Madeline Petersen to tie things up with 10:43 to go. Trojans goalie Macie Mahlberg made 30 saves in the loss as Worthington was outshot 32-23.

On Saturday, the Trojans were on the road against at Morris/Benson and were beaten 3-0.


In boys hockey, WHS was on the road Friday night at Breckenridge/Wahpeton and was defeated 10-5.

Easton Newman and Dawson Duangapai scored for the Trojans in the first period, after which Worthington trailed 3-2. The home team then got the three goals in the second period, but Caden Van Briesen and Dominic Pavelko scored early in the third to make it a 6-4 game. The Trojans then surrendered the game’s next three goals before Newman picked up his second of the night. WHS was defeated despite a 30-26 shots-on-goal advantage.

On Saturday, the Trojans fell at Morris/Benson by a score of 8-4. Morris/Benson got the first five goals of the game before Anthony Jimenez put one in for Worthington. Jimenez scored once again in the latter stages of the third period. Ayden Stugelmeyer and Pavelko had the other WHS goals.


In area high school girls basketball Friday night, it was:

Southwest Minnesota Christian 89, Red Rock Central 24

GHEC-T-ML 39, Martin County West 28

Yellow Medicine East 51, Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 30

St. James Area 92, Pipestone Area 86 (OT)

Redwood Valley 59, Luverne 26

Fairmont 87, Blue Earth 50

Jackson County Central 57, Waseca 40

Marshall 76, New Ulm 56

Unity Christian 54, Sheldon 26

West Lyon 46, Boyden-Hull 23

Central Lyon 61, Sioux Center 50

Rock Valley 48, Okoboji 30

Hartley-Melvin Sanborn 55, Gehlen Catholic 42

Harris-Lake Park 37, Trinity Christian 36

Spirit Lake 54, Cherokee 53

In area high school girls basketball Saturday:

Windom 78, Edgerton 53

Central Lyon 53, Hills-Beaver Creek 42

Marshall 70, Mankato East 35

In area high school boys basketball Friday:

Westbrook-Walnut Grove 67, Lakeview 53

Murray County Central 61, Canby 60

Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 78, Adrian-Ellsworth 41

Hills-Beaver Creek 78, Red Rock Central 50

Mountain Lake Area-Comfrey 90, Edgerton 63

Minneota 63, Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda 49

Jackson County Central 87, Waseca 71

Blue Earth 67, Fairmont 42

Pipestone Area 82, St. James Area 49

Redwood Valley 92, Luverne 69

New Ulm 84, Marshall 70

Unity Christian 73, Sheldon 29

West Lyon 67, Boyden-Hull 27

Sioux Center 66, Central Lyon 58

MOC-Floyd Valley 82, Sibley-Ocheyedan 20

Rock Valley 49, Okoboji 33

Gehlen Catholic 74, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 34

South O’Brien 63, George-Little Rock 58

Harris-Lake Park 73, Trinity Christian 51

Spirit Lake 63, Cherokee 57

In area high school boys basketball Saturday:

Minneota 48, Westbrook-Walnut Grove 32

Windom 86, Edgerton 45

Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda 63, Lakeview 42

Central Lyon 76, Hills-Beaver Creek 46

South O’Brien 65, Sheldon 27

Okoboji 78, GTRA 60

In area girls hockey Saturday:

Minnesota River 2, Marshall 1

Prairie Centre 1, Windom Area 0

In area boys hockey Saturday:

Luverne 9, Rochester Lourdes 0

Minnesota River 5, Marshall 1

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