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Jimmie Roundup: Women bounce back vs. V-Hawks

Jamestown's Jory Mullen looks to the net while under pressure from Dakota Wesleyan's Sarah Carr, left, and Jessica Mieras Wednesday at the Harold Newman Arena. John M. Steiner / The Sun

University of Jamestown women's basketball got back to business Friday in La Crosse, Wisc.

Two days after having its 16-game winning streak snapped by 12th-ranked Dakota Wesleyan at Newman Arena, Jamestown moved to 10-0 in North Star Athletic Association conference play with a convincing 90-52 victory over the V-Hawks.

"Our goals are way bigger than a streak, or wins at home or anything like that," said University of Jamestown women's basketball coach Greg Ulland during a radio interview following Friday's victory. "It's about getting better every single day and putting ourselves in position to be successful in the long run."

The Jimmies' offense found its flow, en route to converting 33 of 63 from the field for 52 percent. Senior guard Bryn Woodside poured in 20 points to lead four Jimmies in double-digit scoring.

Jamestown outrebounded the V-Hawks 41-37 and forced the home team into 18 turnovers. Junior center Jenna Doyle posted four blocks in the game and is now just two swats shy of the Jimmies' career blocks record of 114. Doyle has recorded 60 blocks so far this season.

Alyssa Nilssen posted 14 points and 16 rebounds for the V-Hawks. Jamestown (21-3) is at Waldorf (5-14, 2-7 NSAA) today in Forest City, Iowa.

"We were able to get out and run tonight. Our kids are tired," Ulland said. "We were able to physically wear down Viterbo and that's the kind of style we want to play."

The Jimmie men stumbled against the V-Hawks in the nightcap, falling 83-72 after topping Viterbo 103-93 on Dec. 9 in Jamestown. It was the second NSAA conference loss for Jamestown (15-7, 5-5 NSAA) in its last three games.

Viterbo pounced on the Jimmies 47-33 in the first half and were led by junior forward Cade Anderson's 10 points and 15 rebounds. Jason Tichy posted a team-high 23 points for the V-Hawks.

Jamestown senior post Leighton Sampson produced 23 points, nine rebounds and a pair of blocks in the loss. The Jimmies will look to rebound today at Waldorf, a team they lost to by three points (71-68) in Dec.

Women

(6) Jamestown 90, Viterbo 52

UJ 22 39 70 90

VU 12 23 41 52

UJ—Bryn Woodside 20, Paige Emmel 17, Allison Jablonsky 10, Jory Mullen 10, Marina Nowak 8, Paige Schmidt 5, Mackensi Higlin 4, Mackenzie Sparby 4, Courtney Mosloski 4, Emma Stoehr 3, Jenna Doyle 2, Mercedes Baumgartner 2, Lissy McCulloch 1. Totals: 33-63 FG, 16-33 FT, 8-15 3-pointers (Woodside 2, Jablonsky 2, Emmel, Mullen, Schmidt, Stoehr), 41 Rebounds (Doyle 9), 6 Blocks (Doyle 4), 11 Steals (4 with 2), 14 Assists (Woodside 6), 22 Fouls, 12 Turnovers.

VU—Alyssa Nilssen 14, Madison Doerr 13, Brynn Bozich 6, Kassi Hofschild 5, Ambree Schlosser 4, Payton Curry 3, Miranda Nelson 3, Ema Fehrenbach 2, Alyssa Goode 2. Totals: 20-61 FG, 10-21 FT, 2-11 3-pointers (Doerr, Curry), 37 Rebounds (Nilssen 16), 5 Blocks, 6 Steals, 7 Assists, 16 Fouls, 18 Turnovers.

Records: Jamestown 21-3, 10-0 NSAA; Viterbo 5-18, 2-9 NSAA.

Men

Viterbo 83, Jamestown 72

UJ 33 39 -- 72

VU 47 36 -- 83

UJ—Leighton Sampson 23, Kevin Oberweiser 13, Sam Johnson 12, Christian Kvilvang 9, Jon Purintun 7, Jake Reuther 5, Carter Keller 3. Totals: 26-62 FG, 9-17 FT, 11-30 3-pointers (Johnson 4, Kvilvang 3, Oberweiser, Purintun, Reuther, Keller), 39 Rebounds (Sampson 9), 2 Blocks (Sampson 2), 0 Steals, 15 Assists (Oberweiser 6), 20 Fouls (Sampson), 12 Turnovers.

VU—Jason Tichy 23, Ethan Haberman 18, Jared Fleischmann 11, Cade Anderson 10, Noah Fredrickson 8, Kyle Gossman 6, Alex Clement 5, Cody Hoeth 2. Totals: 29-62 FG, 18-24 FT, 7-15 3-pointers (Haberman 3, Tichy 2, Fleischmann, Clement), 40 Rebounds (Anderson 15), 2 Blocks, 7 Steals, 12 Assists (Fredrickson 5), 18 Fouls, 8 Turnovers.

Records: Viterbo 9-3, 6-5 NSAA. Jamestown 15-7, 5-5 NSAA.

Arellano wins heptathlon

Kaiann Arellano put together a career day Friday in Grand Forks.

The University of Jamestown senior won four of five events and scored a career-best 3,408 points to easily win the women's pentathlon at the UND Indoor Open. The Jamestown native cruised to victory by a margin of 297 points and moved into fourth place on the NAIA pentathlon list.

Arellano won the high jump (5-4.5), the shot put (33-10), the 800-meter run (2:28.71) and the 60-meter hurdles (9.28). She placed third in the long jump (15-10.25).

Jimmie freshmen Katie Cannon and Beth Alexander both placed in the top six in their first collegiate heptathlon.

UND Indoor Open

Women's Pentathlon

1. Kaiann Arellano, Jamestown, 3,408; 2. Erica Benson, North Dakota, 3,111; 3. Christa Benson, Bemidji State, 3,015; 4. Ellie Miller, North Dakota, 2,974; 5. Katie Cannon, Jamestown, 2,797; 6. Beth Alexander, Jamestown, 2,523; 7. Libby Christenson, Bemidji State, 2,507; 8. Peyton Halverson, Valley City State, 2,373; 9. Zoee Boschee, Dickinson State, 2,241.

60 hurdles: 1. Arellano, J, 9.28; 2. C. Benson, BS, 9.69; 3. E. Benson, ND, 9.77; 4. E. Miller, ND, 9.78; 5. Alexander, J, 9.92; 6. Cannon, J, 10.20; 7. Christenson, BS, 10.67; 8. Boschee, DS, 10.71; 9. Halverson, VC, 10.80.

High jump: 1. Arellano, J, 5-4.5; 2. Miller, ND, 5-3.25; 3. E. Benson, ND, 5-2.25; 4. C. Benson, BS, 4-11.75; 5. Cannon, J, 4-9.5; 5. Alexander, J, 4-9.5; 7. Christenson, BS, 4-8.25; 8. Boschee, DS, 4-6; 9. Halverson, VC, 4-1.25.

Shot put: Arellano, J, 33-10; 2. Halverson, VC, 30-9.75; 3. Cannon, J, 29-7.25; 4. C. Benson, BS, 28-10.25; 5. Boschee, DS, 26-8.25; 8. Christenson, BS, 26-7; 9. Alexander, J, 23-5.5.

Long jump: 1. E. Benson, ND, 16-6.5; 2. Cannon, J, 16-1.75; 3. Arellano, J, 15-10.25; 4. C. Benson, BS, 15-7.5; 5. Miller, ND, 15-6.75; 6. Alexander, J, 15-5; 7. Halverson, VC, 14-9.25; 8. Boschee, DS, 14-7; 9. Christenson, BS, 13-8.75.

800: 1. Arellano, J, 2:28.71; 2. C. Benson, BS, 2:33.15; 3. E. Benson, ND, 2:34.27; 4. Christenson, BS, 2:3635; 5. Cannon, J, 2:42.71; 6. Miller, ND, 2:43.22; 7. Peyton Halverson, VC, 2:44.13; 8. Alexander, J, 2:56.80; 9. Boschee, DS, 3:01.22.

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