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Thunder hold off Rockets in Pingree, 48-47

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Thunder hold off Rockets in Pingree, 48-47
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The Thomas sisters were the heroes for the Medina-Pingree-Buchanan Thunder in Pingree on Friday night.

Tied with New Rockford-Sheyenne at 39-all after three quarters, Morgan Thomas drilled a trey and Jordan Thomas went 2-for-2 at the free-throw line, helping the Thunder sneak out a 48-47 victory in Class B girls basketball.

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The Thomas sisters scored all nine of the Thunder’s fourth-period points, with Morgan collecting five of her team-high 15 and Jordan posting four of her 12 points in the game. Lexie Weber buried a trio of triples and finished with a game-high 17 points for the Rockets.

The Thunder improved to 11-8 overall.

Medina-Pingree-Buchanan 48, New Rockford-Sheyenne 47

NR-Sheyenne 7 24 39 47

Medina-P-B 14 27 39 48

NR-Sheyenne — Lexie Weber 17, Lacey Grann 11, Becca Allmaras 8, Renelle Allmaras 6, Ashley Ystaas 3, Rachel Hermanson 2. Totals: 19 FG, 3-5 FT, 17 fouls. 3-pointers: Weber 3, R. Allmaras 2.

Medina-P-B — Morgan Thomas 15, Jordan Thomas 12, Madi Moldenhauer 6, Jenna VanRay 5, Courtney Heupel 5, Lindsey Saxberg 4, Jaycee Moldenhauer 1. Totals: 18 FG, 10-17 FT, 12 fouls. 3-pointers: M. Thomas 2.

Records: Medina-P-B 11-8; NR-S 9-9.

Ellendale 45, Kidder County 43

Ellendale sank seven 3-pointers and held off Kidder County by two.

Madilyn Bommersbach banged home four triples for 12 points for the Cardinals. Rachel Herman and Shayna Mertz added nine each.

Sadie Rohrich led all scorers for the Pirates with 16 points as they outscored Ellendale 25-18 in the second half to take it down to the wire. The Pirates received votes in the latest Class B girls poll.

Ellendale 45, Kidder County 43

Ellendale 13 27 34 45

Kidder County 10 18 27 43

Ellendale — Dacey Fuller 7, Rachel Herman 9, Isabel Wedell 8, Madilyn Bommersbach 12, Shayna Mertz 9. Totals: 11 FG, Three-pointers: Bommersbach 4, Herman 2, Fuller, 2-7 FT, 17 Fouls.

Kidder County — Abby Randall 5, Sadie Rohrich 16, Morgan Rohrich 8, Mary Nicholson 3, Mattie Olson 2, Rebecca Schmidt 1, Paige Schmidt 7. Totals: 11 FG, Three-pointers: Rohrich 2, 13-17 FT, 11 Fouls.

Records: Ellendale 15-3; Kidder Co. 15-4.

FW-Minn. 53, Benson Co. 44

Trailing the visiting Wildcats 37-35, the Indians outscored Benson County 18-7 over the final eight minutes to pull away for the victory.

Kiara Guy and Dawn Black led the charge for the home team, scoring 15 and 12 points, respectively. Andrea Jorgenson led the Wildcats scoring 15 points.

Four Winds-Minnewaukan 53, Benson County 44

Benson Co. 4 20 37 44

FW-Minn. 7 24 35 53

Benson Co. — Andrea Jorgenson 15, Maria Sears 9, Courtney Bubach 9, Lexi Gigstad 6, Kaylee Lybeck 3, Taylor Bisbee 2.

FW-Minn. — Kiara Guy 15, Dawn Black 12, NaShanda Ironheart 6, Cherilyn cloud 6, Chandra Yankton 6, Willanette Goodshot 3, Demrae Ami 3, Lisa Robertson 2.

Records: FW-Minn. 9-10; Benson Co. 10-7.

Shiloh 74, Napoleon-G-S 62

The Imperials tried to keep pace with No. 4-ranked Shiloh Christian in Napoleon on Thursday, but came up 12 points short.

The Skyhawks received 20 points each from Regan Watson and Gabby Wilkinson, as they improved to 17-1 on the season. The Imperials (8-10) also had a pair of 20-point scorers in Mariah Jangula and Shania Gross.

Shiloh Christian 74, Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter 62

Shiloh Christian 17 43 61 74

Napoleon-G-S 18 37 46 62

Shiloh Christian — Regan Watson 20, Gabby Wilkinson 20, Jaye Two Bears 16, Krista Ulmer 10, Mia Wilkinson 7, Haley Stevahn 1. Totals: 32 FG, 8-22 FT, 14 fouls. 3-pointers: Watson 1, G. Wilkinson 1.

Napoleon-G-S — Mariah Jangula 20, Shania Gross 20, Callie Thompson 8, JaCee Schmidt 4, Katelyn Long 4, Shaina Weigel 4, Kali Schwartzenberger 2. Totals: 22 FG, 14-18 FT, 19 fouls. 3-pointers: Gross 3, Jangula 1.

Maple Valley 57, F-S-H-P 25

The No. 5-ranked Maple Valley Raiders improved to 17-1 with a 57-25 victory in Page on Thursday.

Maple Valley jumped out to a 28-1 lead after the first eight minutes and never looked back. They were paced by Rylee Nudell’s 23-point effort.

Jessica Lee and Jordynn Post led F-S-H-P with seven points each.

Maple Valley 57, Finley-Sharon-Hope-Page 25

Maple Valley 28 36 49 57

F-S-H-P 1 8 10 25

Maple Valley — Rylee Nudell 23, Megan Kasowski 9, Abbie Tinjum 7, Katie Pautz 6, Jerika VonBank 5, Jada VonBank 4, Kiara Bakalar 2, Ashley Puntin 1. Totals: 22 FG, 12-21 FT, 15 fouls. 3-pointers: Tinjum 1.

F-S-H-P — Jessica Lee 7, Jordynn Post 7, Jana Mehus 6, Liza Ostme 3, Breckheimer 2. Totals: 8 FG, 7-13 FT, 15 fouls. 3-pointers: Ostme 1, Lee 1.

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