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Class B roundup: Lions hold off Mustangs in Linton
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The Linton-HMB Lions did just enough to keep South Border at bay, as they defeated the Mustangs in Class B boys basketball 51-49 in Linton on Tuesday.

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The Lions’ Ryan Schneider (16 points) and Jon Purintun (15) combined for 31 points to help the home team win the tight contest. Linton-HMB trailed 26-25 at the half, but were able to stave off defeat after the break to improve to 13-3 overall.

Hunter Pinke posted a game-high 19 points in defeat for South Border (11-6).

Linton-Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock 51,              South Border 49

South Border 13 26 37 49

Linton-HMB 7 25 39 51

South Border — Hunter Pinke 19, Adam Jacobson 10, Matt Kretschmar 8, Ross Knoll 8, Michael Rueb 4. Totals: 22 FG, 3-5 FT, 11 fouls. 3-pointers: Kretschmar 2.

Linton-HMB — Ryan Schneider 16, Jon Purintun 15, Andrew Small 8, Brooks Flyberg 5, Austin Bernhardt 4, Erik Holzer 3. Totals: 20 FG, 7-13 FT, 8 fouls. 3-pointers: Small 1, Purintun 1, Flyberg 1, Schneider 1.

Records: Linton-HMB 13-3; South Border 11-6.

LaMoure-L-M 51, Maple Valley 49

The Loboes’ Anthony Olson scored 14 points, while grabbing 12 rebounds and swiping four steals, as LaMoure-Litchville-Marion defended its home court against the Raiders.

Brady Thielges posted 20 points, six steals and six assists for the Loboes in the win. James Richman posted a team-high 18 points to lead Maple Valley.

LaMoure-Litchville-Marion 51, Maple Valley 49

Maple Valley 23 26 — 49

LaMoure-L-M 19 32 — 51

Maple Valley — James Richman 18, Jesse Johnson 13, Riggs Nudell 10, Brady Behm 4, Dacotah McGough 2, Caid Combs 2. Totals: 20 FG, 8-10 FT, 16 fouls (Behm). 3-pointers: Johnson 1.

LaMoure-L-M — Brady Thielges 20, Drew Thielges 14, Anthony Olson 12, Parker Stemen 3, Brady Warcken 2. Totals: 18 FG, 13-17 FT, 9 fouls. 3-pointers: D. Thielges 2.

Records: LaMoure-L-M 8-6; Maple Valley 7-7.

Medina-P-B 52, Edgeley-K-M 42

The Thunder’s Nick Blaskowski hit a pair of treys and scored 20 points, while Cole Diede added 13 more, helping Medina-Pingree-Buchanan to victory over the Rebels in Edgeley.

Noah Greer and Connor Entzi both posted 13 points to lead Edgeley-Kulm-Montpelier.

Medina-Pingree-Buchanan 52,                    Edgeley-Kulm-Montpelier 42

Medina-P-B 9 26 39 52

Edgeley-K-M 7 22 31 42

Medina-P-B — Nick Blaskowski 20, Alex Eissinger 13, Cole Diede 9, Cody Horn 5, Wyatt Staloch 3, Blake Zirbes 2. Totals: 22 FG, 4-14 FT, 17 fouls (Eissinger). 3-pointers: Blaskowski 2, Eissinger 1, Diede 1.

Edgeley-K-M — Noah Greer 13, Connor Entzi 13, Chris Miller 6, Trystan Harr 5, Blake Naze 2, Josh Foley 2, Mason Madcke 1. Totals: 15 FG, 8-14 FT, 13 fouls. 3-pointers: Greer 2, Harr 1, Entzi 1.

Records: Medina-P-B 7-7; Edgeley-K-M 7-8.

Strasburg-Zee. 58, Kidder Co. 52

The Clippers sank six 3-pointers and turned away the Pirates in Steele by six points.

Brody Nieuwsma hit a pair of treys and scored a game-high 22, while Scotti Scherr connected three times from downtown and ended with 16.

Ben Steinolfson scored 18 points before fouling out to lead the Pirates.

Strasburg-Zeeland 58, Kidder County 52

Strasburg-Zeeland 10 35 43 58

Kidder County 16 30 39 52

Strasburg-Zeeland — Brody Nieuwsma 22, Scotti Scherr 16, Jacob Eberle 8, Nic Kramer 7, Logan Kramer 3, Seth Aberle 2. Totals: 17 FG, 18-15 FT, 21 fouls. 3-pointers: Scherr 3, Nieuwsma 2, L. Kramer 1.

Kidder County — Ben Steinolfson 18, Ryan Sand 9, Cole Scherbenske 9, Nate Symens 8, Bo Rath 3, Jacob Crosby 2, Jayden Miller 2, Chase Wahl 1. Totals: 17 FG, 14-24 FT, 22 fouls (Steinolfson). 3-pointers: Steinolfson 2, Symens 2.

Records: Strasburg-Zee. 11-5; Kidder Co. 8-7.

Harvey-WC 43, Carrington 41

The Hornets received 17 points from Jason Beck and 12 more from Mark Nyhus en route to defeating the Cardinals in Fessenden.

The home team led 37-30 after three periods, but Carrington came up just short over the final eight minutes behind six of Jake Edland’s game-high 20 points. Carrington was kept off the foul line, converting just 2-for-2 at the charity stripe in the game.

Harvey-Wells County 43, Carrington 41

Carrington 17 23 30 41

Harvey-WC 11 28 37 43

Carrington — Jake Edland 20, Brady Smith 9, Brady Bickett 6, Seth Abaurrea 4, Connor Wendel 2. Totals: 18 FG, 2-2 FT, 9 fouls. 3-pointers: Bickett 2, Smith 1.

Harvey-WC — Jason Beck 17, Mark Nyhus 12, Andrew Alveshere 4, Evan Nitz 4, Shaun Kourijian 3, Wyatt Toso 3. Totals: 18 FG, 5-10 FT, 7 fouls (Nyhus). 3-pointers: Kourijian 1, Beck 1.

Records: Harvey-WC 9-6; Carrington 7-6.

Kindred 70, Lisbon 57

Kindred pulled away at home in the second half to defeat the Broncos.

Eric Bachmeier led four Viking players in double figures with 18 points. Trevor Shultz led the visitors, scoring 17 points.

Kindred 70, Lisbon 57

Lisbon 15 33 47 57

Kindred 18 31 59 70

Lisbon — Trevor Schultz 17, Jason Anderson 9, Tyler Smith 9, Colton Fleck 9, Riley Lau 4, Austin Pithey 3, Klay Oland 2, Jacob Olson 2, Isaac Peasley 2. Totals: 23 FG, 5-7 FT, 18 fouls. 3-pointers: Schultz 3, Anderson 1, Fleck 1, Smith 1.

Kindred — Eric Bachmeier 18, William Moffet 13, Fletcher Andel 12, Josh Lingen 10, Austin Olien 8, Tyson Tallakson 4, Jordan Staton 3, Riley Holland 2. Totals: 25 FG, 14-22 FT, 9 fouls. 3-pointers: Olien 2, Andel 2, Bachmeier 1, Tallakson 1.

FW-Minn. 84, Warwick 47

The No. 3-ranked Four Winds-Minnewaukan Indians took down the Warriors in Warwick on Tuesday night.

Hadley Smith tossed in three treys and led all scoring with 19 points for the Indians. Four Winds-Minnewaukan had 11 players in the scoring column and hit 35 field goals in the game.

Warwick was paced by Antoine Motley with 12 points.

Four Winds-Minnewaukan 84, Warwick 47

FW-Minn. 20 37 55 84

Warwick 12 32 40 47

FW-Minn. — Hadley Smith 19, Trayvon McKay 15, Jon Yankton 12, Jason LaRock 12, Oliver Gourd 9, Steve Redfox 5, Darion Three Irons 3, Ryan Hill 3, Zac Alberts 2, Jaston McKay 2, Jason Alberts 2. Totals: 35 FG, 10-15 FT, 16 fouls. 3-pointers: Smith 3, Alberts 1.

Warwick — Antoine Motley 12, Cameron Chaske 10, Dominic Baker 8, Isaiah Strouse 7, Brice Redroad 5, Tyler Ross 3, Dustin Lovejoy 2. Totals: 13 FG, 17-22 FT, 15 fouls (Redroad). 3-pointers: Strouse 2, Redroad 1, Motley 1.

Hatton-NW 58, Thompson 45

Jace Pederson poured in 27 points to lift Hatton-Northwood by Thompson.

Jacob Pladson added 12 for the Thunder, which led 23-17 at halftime.

Thompson’s Ty Myron and Calen Schabe each had 10.

Hatton-Northwood 58, Thompson 45

Thompson 7 17 30 45

Hatton-Northwood 12 23 43 58

Thompson: Ty Myron 10, Alex Schultz 8, Hunter Praska 8, Brett Peterson 4, Calen Schwabe 10, Connor Hjelmstad 5.

Hatton-Northwood: Jacob Pladson 13, Jace Pederson 27, Landon Worken 2, Logan Vettelson 4, Tyler Hoban 12.

Maple Valley 57,   F-S-H-P 35

Maple Valley outscored Finley-Sharon-Hope-Page 23-4 in the second quarter and rolled the rest of the way on Monday. The game was tied 19-all at halftime.

Brody Behm topped the Raiders with 18 points while Dacotah McGough added 16.

Andy Thorson led Finley-Sharon-Hope-Page with 11.

Maple Valley 57, Finley-Sharon-Hope-Page 35

F-S-H-P 8 19 23 35

Maple Valley 12 19 42 57

Finley-Sharon-Hope-Page — Andy Thorson 11, Lucas Montag 7, Matt Suhr 7, Chance Flatte 4, Sully Breckheimer 2, Joe Ihry 4. Totals: 12 FG, Three-pointers: Thorson 2, Suhr, 2-5 FT, 16 Fouls.

Maple Valley — Corby Richman 3, Caid Combs 5, Dacotah McGough 16, Brady Behm 18, Jason Johnson 2, Riggs Nudell 2, James Richman 6, Dakotah Steele 5. Totals: 15 FG, Three-pointers: McGough 5, Behm, Combs, 6-16 FT, 13 Fouls.

Girls                                                                                                    Medina-P-B 63, Edgeley-K-M 41

A balanced offensive attack by the Thunder took down the Rebels in Edgeley.

Jordan Thomas’ 13 points led eight Medina-Pingree-Buchanan players in scoring. Madi Moldenhauer and Brooke Krapp each also posted 10 points for the Thunder.

Katie Entzi and Tabitha Kinzler each connected three times from downtown for the Rebels. Entzi finished with a team-high 11 points.

Medina-Pingree-Buchanan 63,                   Edgeley-Kulm-Montpelier 41

Medina-P-B 13 25 43 63

Edgeley-K-M 16 30 33 41

Medina-P-B — Jordan Thomas 13, Madi Moldenhauer 10, Brooke Krapp 10, Jenna VanRay 7, Lindsey Saxberg 6, Courtney Heupel 6, Jaycee Moldenhauer 6, Morgan Thomas 5. Totals: 25 FG, 11-18 FT, 16 fouls. 3-pointers: Krapp 2.

Edgeley-K-M — Katie Entzi 11, Olivia Anderson 9, Tabitha Kinzler 9, Kelsey Feist 8, Allison Geisler 4. Totals: 14 FG, 7-13 FT, 16 fouls. 3-pointers: Entzi 3, Kinzler 3.

Records: Medina-P-B 7-4; Edgeley-K-M 5-9.

Ellendale 55, Napoleon-G-S 54 OT

The Cardinals overcame a sluggish opening period and needed overtime to defeat the Imperials in Ellendale.

Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter stormed out to a 19-4 lead after the first eight minutes. But Ellendale’s Rachel Herman drilled three shots from 3-point land and scored 17 points to help the Cardinals claw to the victory.

The Imperials’ lone senior, Mariah Jangula, had an impressive night scoring a game-high 26 points.

Ellendale 55, Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter 54 OT

Napoleon-G-S 19 27 38 49 54

Ellendale 4 18 34 49 55

Napoleon-G-S — Mariah Jangula 26, Katelyn Long 10, Shania Gross 7, JaCee Schmidt 4, Kali Schwartzenberger 3, LaDora Schmidt 2, Callie Thompson 2. Totals: 24 FG, 5-11 FT, 18 fouls. 3-pointers: Gross 1.

Ellendale — Rachel Herman 17, Isabel Wedell 10, Shayna Mertz 9, Dacey Fuller 7, KaLee Hack 6, Kirsten Rall 6. Totals: 20 FG, 10-23 FT, 13 fouls. 3-pointers: Herman 3, Fuller, Mertz 1.

Records: Ellendale 9-2; Napoleon-G-S 5-8.

Kidder Co. 57, Strasburg-Zee. 28

Kidder County’s Morgan Rohrich splashed home four 3-pointers and posted a game-high 20 points, helping the Pirates to their 10th win of the season.

Rohrich hit three of her treys and scored 15 in the first half as the Pirates led 33-11 at the break. The visiting Clippers turned the ball over 29 times in the game.

Strasburg-Zeeland’s Brittany Moser led her team in scoring with 10 points.

Kidder County 57, Strasburg-Zeeland 28

Strasburg-Zeeland 6 11 18 28

Kidder County 12 33 48 57

Strasburg-Zeeland — Britany Moser 13, April Jangula 6, Kara Weigel 4, MyKira vetsch 3, Kasey Vetsch 2. Totals: 12 FG, 2-7 FT, 13 fouls. 3-pointers: Moser 1, M. Vetsch 1.

Kidder County — Morgan Rohrich 20, Jenna Nicholson 11, Paige Schmidt 10, Sadie Rohrich 8, Mary Nicholson 6, Mattie Olson 2. Totals: 21 FG, 9-14 FT, 11 fouls. 3-pointers: M. Rohrich 4, Schmidt 1, J. Nicholson 1.

Records: Kidder Co. 10-3; Strasburg-Zee. 2-10.

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