The Kenyon-Wanamingo Knights could do no wrong in the Castle Monday night in a 80-22 win over the Faribault Bethlehem Academy Cardinals in girls basketball.  6'0 Senior Brittany Flom couldn't miss from beyond the arc with six threes, 5'0 Sophmore Kasey Dummer added 3 and Senior Emily Ashland and Sophmore Savannah Bleee added one each in the lopsided win.  Both teams had everyone play with running time in the game.  The Knights led 56-12 at the half with eight of their threes coming in the first half.  You name it Kenyon-Wanamingo led in it.  They were 13 of 17 from the free throw line while the Cardinals connected on just 5 of 16 free throws in the first half and finished 13 of 29 for the game.  BA had just four field goals the entire game.  Kenyon-Wanamingo scored outscored Bethlehem Academy 30-6 in the Hoisington Painting of Faribault Paint.  For K-W  Flom finished with 21 points and didn't play much in the second half, Savannah Bleese tallied 15, Mara Quam 13 and Megan Quam 11 for the 3-1 Knights.  Bethlehem Academy was led by Katy Ashley's 7 points and Maddie Rendler and Hannah Robb added 5 each.  The Faribault State Farm Insurance agents Faribault players of the game were Ashley, Robb and Rendler. Bethlehem Academy was without the service of starters Shelby Meyer and Maddie Strodtman out with injuries and head to Wabasha and play Wabasha-Kellogg Friday while the Knights are in Hayfield in a HVL Blue Division game that will be broadcast on KDHL.  In the boys game, BA bested K-W  45-36.  Kyle Ell led the Cards with 14 points and Brendan Trump added 12.  Connor Sviggum led the Knights in scoring with 10 points as their offensive woes continued.  K-W is at Triton Tuesday night on POWER 96 Radio and the Cardinals host Goodhue Thursday on KDHL.

Game introductions at the Castle in Kenyon