RANDOLPH, Minn. -- The Wildcats stole a close win over Randolph on Thursday, breaking out of a back-and-forth game for a 52-46 win.
Leading just 28-23 at the half, Goodhue managed to pull ahead at the end, converting a few important steals into layups.
Brittney Lodermeier paced Goodhue with a monster double-double: 26 points, 17 rebounds and three 3-pointers, while Erin Gadient nabbed five steals and 13 points. Abbey McNamara added seven points, five rebounds and five steals.
Randolph's Ashley Werner had 16 points, while Mandy May tallied 10.
The Wildcats sit one game under .500 at10-11 as they prepare to take on Wabasha-Kellogg Saturday on the road.
Dover-Eyota 71, Zumbrota-Mazeppa 42
ZUMBROTA -- The Cougars started cold and never overcame their early deficit in a nonconference battle.
"We had trouble scoring our first points," Zumbrota-Mazeppa coach Jared Andrig said, noting his team went about eight minutes before getting on the board.
Nikki Bromelkamp led the Cougars with 12 points and Abbey Roberts had six.
Dover-Eyota's Aimee Ihrke led the game with 20, and teammate Alycia Courson had 12.
Z-M sits at 3-17 overall and 0-8 in conference play. The Cougars travel tonight to Lake City.
Spring Valley 51, Pepin 44
PEPIN -- Jolene Hince sparked a late rally, but her team's effort fell just short.
"From her hustle and her rebounding, she led our comeback," Pepin coach Barry Terpstra said. Hince paced the Lakers with 19 points and 11 rebounds, while Samantha Lerum dropped 10 points.
"Eighteen of her 19 were in the second half," Terpstra said of Hince.
Pepin posted just one point in the first quarter and six in the second, trailing Spring Valley by 23 at the half.
The Lakers outscored the visitors 37-21 in the second half.
Spring Valley's top scorers were Kimmy Keehr with 18, Erin Deutsch with 15 and Kali Howe with 10.
Pepin, who is 0-13 in the conference and 0-15 overall, travels Saturday to Colfax.
Colfax 73, Plum City 52
PLUM CITY -- No game details were reported by press time.
Compiled by Amber Mensen and Jim Johnson, staff writers.