CBH beats Cornbelt in girls, boys all-star gamesALEXANDRIA — Area seniors got the chance to play in one more high school girls’ basketball game in the Cornbelt and Custer Battlefield Highway Conference all-star game Tuesday in Alexandria.
By: Staff reports, The Daily Republic
ALEXANDRIA — Area seniors got the chance to play in one more high school girls’ basketball game in the Cornbelt and Custer Battlefield Highway Conference all-star game Tuesday in Alexandria.
Led by Rachelle Moore, of Sanborn Central/Woonsocket, and Maria Nightingale, of Kimball/White Lake, the CBH all-stars defeated the Cornbelt all-stars 66-55.
Moore scored a game-high 24 points for CBH. Nightingale added 21, and Kimball/White Lake’s Hailey Mohnen chipped in with 15. Candace Page-Marten, of Sanborn Central/Woonsocket, had four points and Cambria Groseth, of Mount Vernon/Plankinton, had two.
Kelli Wenande was the only Cornbelt player to score in double figures. The Hanson senior finished with 10 points.
Marion’s Katherine Luke had eight points. Natasha Letcher, of Canistota, and Kendra Cheeseman, of Hanson, each added seven points. Marion’s Kylie Hughes, Freeman’s Dina Soulek and Jenna Clark, of Howard, finished with six points apiece.
CBH tops Cornbelt 90-87 in boys’ basketball all-star game
Four Custer Battlefield Highway conference all-stars scored in double figures en route to defeating the Cornbelt all-stars 90-87 Tuesday in Alexandria.
Jesse Taylor, of Kimball/White Lake, led the CBH all-stars with 15 points. Kellam Karst, of Mount Vernon/Plankinton, had 13; Mitchell Christian’s Adam Rasmussen added 12 and Corsica/Stickney’s Adam Bormann had 11 for the CBH all-stars.
Mitchell Christian’s Jackson Feiner scored eight points, Kimball/White Lake’s Kyle Peters and Russell Pick each had seven points and Nick Miller, of Sanborn Central/Woonsocket, had six points for the CBH all-stars.
The Cornbelt all-stars were led by Canistota trio of Cody Bunger, Alex Robertson and Jason VanWinkle.
Bunger scored a game-high 18 points, while Robertson and VanWinkle each finished with 10 points.
Jacob Schweitzer, of Bridgewater-Emery, added nine for the Cornbelt all-stars, who fell for the second straight year.
Clayton Dye, of Bridgewater-Emery, Hanson’s Trey Persson, Freeman’s Shaun Becker and Caleb Lang each scored eight points.
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