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Class B roundup: Maple Valley avoids upset

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Class B roundup: Maple Valley avoids upset
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The LaMoure-Litchville-Marion girls basketball team gave No. 5-ranked Maple Valley all it could handle in LaMoure on Tuesday night.

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But the Raiders’ Rylee Nudell proved to be too much for the Loboes. The 5-foot-10 sophomore all-stater splashed in 32 points, helping Maple Valley improve to 15-1 on the season by defeating the Loboes 48-43.

LaMoure-L-M was on the brink of pulling the upset, leading 39-34 to start the final eight minutes of play. But the Loboes were held to just a pair of Courtney Carlson field goals in the fourth, while Nudell scored six of her 32.

Carlson led the Loboes (10-6) with 11 points.

Maple Valley 48, LaMoure-Litchville-Marion 43

Maple Valley 13 21 34 48

LaMoure-L-M 14 25 39 43

Maple Valley — Rylee Nudell 32, Abbie Tinjum 7, Katie Pautz 4, Jada Von Bank 4, Megan Kasowski 1. Totals: 18 FG, 11-16 FT, 10 fouls. 3-pointers: Nudell 1.

LaMoure-L-M — Courtney Carlson 11, Jacey Alber 7, Anna Holen 6, Tanys Ulmer 6, Kennedy Witt 6, Tasha Piehl 5, Talitha Hirschkorn 2. Totals: 17 FG, 4-8 FT, 11 fouls. 3-pointers: Holen 2, Witt 2, Carlson 1.

Records: Maple Valley 15-1; LaMoure-L-M 10-6.

North Sargent 69, Lisbon 60

The Broncos were unable to contain North Sargent’s Chelsey Anderson, as she poured in a game-high 34 points in Lisbon.

The Bobcats trailed 16-9 after one, but pulled ahead 31-29 at the half and that’s where they’d stay. Saraya Deibert led a trio of Broncos in double-digit scoring with 22 points.

North Sargent 69, Lisbon 60

North Sargent 9 31 47 69

Lisbon 16 29 44 60

North Sargent — Chelsey Anderson 34, Lexie Jacobson 11, Lindsey Hansana 8, Karissa Kempel 7, Karah Sandness 7, Jacie Enderson 2

Lisbon — Saraya Deibert 22, Miranda Ripplinger 17, Chelsea Nielsen 10, Cassidy Rasmusson 8, Sydney Griffith 2, Haley Anderson 1.

Records: North Sargent 8-9; Lisbon 8-9.

GCC 44,        Hatton-NW 20

Alexis Savre tossed in 16 points for the Cougars, while teammate Shaylee Andel scored 13 more, helping Griggs County Central top visiting Hatton-Northwood.

The Cougars limited the Thunder to just 10 first-half points, leading 23-10 at the break. Jordan Johnson led the visitors in scoring with eight points.

Griggs County Central 44,                             Hatton-Northwood 20

Hatton-NW 8 10 14 20

GCC 10 23 31 44

Hatton-NW — Jordan Johnson 8, Mikayla Johnson 4, Mallory Twete 2, Alex Case 2, Jeni Lloyd 2, Katie Lloyd 2.

GCC — Alexis Savre 16, Shaylee Andel 13, Tristin Johnson 6, Presley Paintner 5, Kendra Woodstead 4.

Records: GCC 8-8; Hatton-NW 2-13.

Kidder Co. 57, Strasburg-Zee. 15

The Pirate defense was suffocating in Strasburg on Tuesday night.

Kidder County limited the Clippers to just eight first-half points and five total field goals in the game, as it picked up victory No. 15 on the season.

Paige Schmidt led eight Kidder County players in scoring with 11 points, while Kara Weigel scored 10 of Strasburg-Zeeland’s 15.

Kidder County 57, Strasburg-Zeeland 15

Kidder County 12 27 38 57

Strasburg-Zeeland 6 8 10 15

Kidder County — Paige Schmidt 11, Sadie Rohrich 10, Abby Randall 10, Morgan Rohrich 7, Beth Rath 6, Mary Nicholson 5, Mattie Olson 4, Jenna Nicholson 4. Totals: 23 FG, 9-12 FT, 13 fouls. 3-pointers: M. Rohrich 1, Schmidt 1.

Strasburg-Zeeland — Kara Weigel 10, Brittany Moser 3, April Jangula 2. Totals: 5 FG, 5-10 FT, 12 fouls. 3-pointers: none.

Records: Kidder Co. 15-3; Strasburg-Zeeland 3-14.

Carrington 57,   FW-Minn. 52

After being tied 29-29 at the break, Carrington pulled ahead in the second half to defeat the Indians in Four Winds.

Jacey Engelhorn scored a game-high 23 points for the Cardinals, who improved to 12-4. Engelhorn sank 8-of-9 freebies at the line, as the Indians went to the line just once in the game to convert 1-of-2 free throws.

Dawn Black hit a pair of 3-pointers and led Four Winds-Minnewaukan with 12 points.

Carrington 57, Four Winds-Minnewaukan 52

Carrington 10 29 44 57

FW-Minnewaukan 16 29 42 52

Carrington — Jacey Engelhorn 23, Kayla Hochhalter 17, Brooke Rosenau 8, Mara Nelson 5, Madison Wendel 2, Kauri Hochhalter 2. Totals: 20 FG, 14-24 FT, 8 fouls. 3-pointers: K. Hochhalter 1, Engelhorn 1, Rosenau 1.

FW-Minnewaukan — Dawn Black 12, NaShanda Ironheart 10, Cathy Ann Santos 10, Chandra Yankton 9, Demrae Ami 4, Trenda Littleghost 4, Renae Lauinger 3. Totals: 22 FG, 1-2 FT. 3-pointers: Yankton 3, Black 2, Lauinger 1, Santos 1.

Records: Carrington 12-4; Four Winds-Minn. 5-10.

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