Local Sports Scoreboard from Thursday, December 13th
Girls Basketball
Marshall def. Worthington 81-71
-Madisyn Huisman led the Trojans with 17 points. Evelyn Othow added 16 points and Olivia Hayenga had 15 points as the Trojans fall to 2-3 on the season. Worthington will be at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls on Saturday night as they will play Dakota Valley at 9:30pm in Saturday

Pipestone def. Windom 64-51
Redwood Valley def. Jackson County Central 66-65
Hills-Beaver Creek def. Red Rock Central 64-39
Murray County Central def. Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 60-40

Boys Basketball
Pipestone def. Windom 94-69
Southwest Christian def. Ellsworth 77-41
Heron Lake-Okabena def. Edgerton 82-67
-Brandon Hinkeldey led HL-O with 32 points

Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey def. Westbrook-Walnut Grove 61-59 (OT)
Hills-Beaver Creek def. Fulda 85-65
Red Rock Central def. Adrian 55-53
-Christian Weidert had 25 points for Adrian

Boys Hockey
Willmar def. Worthington 7-0
Windom def. Waseca 2-1

Girls Hockey
New Ulm def. Windom 7-0

Wrestling
Adrian def. Fulda/Murray County Central 66-10
Marshall def. Adrian 54-18

Windom/Mountain Lake def. Wabasso/Red Rock Central 47-24

NHL Hockey
Minnesota Wild def. Florida Panthers 5-1
-Nino Niederreiter scored twice, Ryan Suter had three assists and Devan Dubnyk finished with 30 saves as the Minnesota Wild defeated the Florida Panthers 5-1 on Thursday night.

Eric Staal, Zach Parise and Jonas Brodin also scored for Minnesota, which was coming off a 7-1 win over Montreal on Tuesday. Niederreiter added an assist and has four goals in the last three games.

The Wild had lost five of six games and were looking for a spark in Tuesday's game against the Canadiens. With captain Mikko Koivu injured, Minnesota coach Bruce Boudreau moved Charlie Coyle to center between Parise and Niederreiter.

The line combined for three goals against Montreal, and they were on the ice for four of the five goals Thursday. Niederreiter, who opened the season without a goal in 14 games and had just three through 28 games, scored for the third straight contest as the Wild erased another early deficit.

The Minnesota Wild (17-12-2) will host Calgary Saturday afternoon