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(John M. Steiner / The Sun) South Border’s Brooke Buchholz (5) brings the ball up the floor as Midkota-Kensal’s Victoria Vollmer defends during the third game of the Stutsman County Tournament on Thursday.

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South Border’s tremendous pressure caused problems for Midkota-Kensal right from the get-go on Thursday night.

Kalli Scherbenske scored 17 of her game-high 19 points in the first half, and South Border forced six turnovers in the first 3 1/2 minutes en route to a 78-24 triumph in a Stutsman County tournament quarterfinal at the Civic Center.

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Chris Aarhus
Aarhus has been a sports writer for the Jamestown Sun since May of 2012. Before that, he was the sports editor at the Minot Daily News and the Daily Republic in Mitchell, S.D. He also worked as a sports writer at The Dickinson Press.
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