The Goodhue Wildcat boys and girls basketball teams hosted Kenyon-Wanamingo tonight and got a split with the Knights. Goodhue's boys won 45-37 and the K-W girls came out on top 64-59.  The marquee game was the girls contest with both teams state ranked in their respective classes.  Goodhue rated 4th in Class A and K-W 2nd in 2A.  There were 5 lead changes in the first half before Kenyon-Wanamingo went to the lockeroom with a 30-27 lead.  This despite 6 threes by Goodhue from 5 different players.  The Wildcats finished the night with 12 three point buckets to 2 for the Knights.  Without a doubt K-W won the game by attacking the basket and getting to the free throw line.  They were 20 of 26 from the free throw line and Goodhue was 5 of 9.  Knight senior Audra Clark scored the first ten points of the second half as K-W pushed the 3 point halftime lead up to 17 only to see Goodhue whittle it Dow to make it a game late.  Clark finished with 22 points to pace all scorer sand Senior Siri Sviggum tallied 12 for Kenyon-Wanamingo while Mikayla Miller led Goodhue with 18 points and 8th grader Sydney Lodermier had 11 including three 3's.  The win clinches the HVL Blue Division title for K-W.  They remain unbeaten in league play and are at Cannon Falls on Friday.  Goodhue lost just their 5th game of the season and heads to Lacrescent Thursday night.

Wildcat gym in Goodhue.