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Jimmie Roundup: Jimmies sweep Waldorf University

Jenna Doyle

The sixth-ranked Jimmie women's basketball team came from behind in the fourth quarter to defeat five-win Waldorf University on Saturday in Forest City, Iowa.

Jenna Doyle blocked six shots in the game to break University of Jamestown's career blocks record. The 6-foot-3 junior from Princeton, Minn., has tallied 118 blocks, surpassing Lindsey Ness' mark of 114 blocks set between 2002-06.

Jamestown trailed by as many as eight points in the second half, but a 9-0 Jimmie run early in the third kicked off a back-and-forth contest to the finish. Bryn Woodside (15 points), Paige Emmel (13) and Jory Mullen (12) led the Jimmies in scoring, while Doyle posted a team-high nine rebounds.

Jamestown remained unbeaten in North Star Athletic Association play (11-0) with the win. The Jimmies play at Dickinson State on Thursday.

The Jimmie men righted the ship Saturday, topping Waldorf 85-61 following Friday's 83-72 setback at Viterbo University.

Jamestown's Sam Johnson splashed in five 3-pointers and scored a team-high 19 points, while Leighton Sampson (15), Jon Purintun (14) and Christian Kvilvang (13) also reached double figures in scoring. Kvilvang connected for four treys in the game and Purintun dished out eight assists.

The Jimmie men (16-7) host Trinity Bible College on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Women

(6) Jamestown 63, Waldorf 61

UJ 7 24 43 63

WU 13 26 46 61

UJ—Bryn Woodside 15, Paige Emmel 13, Jory Mullen 12, Allison Jablonsky 9, Marina Nowak 6, Jenan Doyle 5, Emma Stoehr 3. Totals: 23-65 FG, 12-20 FT, 5-20 3-pointers (Jablonsky 2, Woodside, Emmel, Stoehr), 45 Rebounds (Doyle 9), 6 Blocks (Doyle 6), 8 Steals (Woodside 4), 11 Assists, 18 Fouls (Mullen, Doyle), 14 Turnovers.

WU—Michaela Graffunder 14, Taylor Fricke 14, Ameh Ogbemudia 14, Nichole Oberthien 8, Samantha Birkes 7, Morgan Straight 2, Angie Gore 2. Totals: 21-59 FG, 14-15 FT, 5-16 3-pointers (Graffunder 4, Birkes), 41 Rebounds (Ogbemudia 10), 3 Blocks (Ogbemudia 3), 4 Steals, 16 Assists, 18 Fouls, 14 Turnovers.

Records: Jamestown 22-3, 11-0 NSAA; Waldorf 5-15, 2-8 NSAA.

Men

Jamestown 85, Waldorf 61

UJ 35 50 -- 85

WU 26 35 -- 61

UJ—Sam Johnson 19, Leight Sampson 15, Jon Purintun 14, Christian Kvilvang 13, Jake Reuther 9, Kevin Oberweiser 8, Brady Birch 3, Jack Talley 2, Brock Schrom 2. Totals: 29-55 FG, 15-20 FT, 12-25 3-pointers (Johnson 5, Kvilvang 4, Oberweiser 2, Reuther), 38 Rebounds (Sampson 7), 1 Block (Kvilvang), 2 steals (Purintun 2), 15 Assists (Purintun 8), 21 Fouls, 11 Turnovers.

WU—Kaden Verdin 21, Brady Kuchinka 16, Jordan Portee 8, Leland March 4, Eric English 4, Ryan Kiley 3, Shay Motter 2, Gabriel Munoz 2, Mike English 1. Totals: 24-63 FG, 9-13 FT, 4-15 3-pointers (Kuchinka 2, Verdin, Kiley), 34 Rebounds (Verdin 11), 1 Block, 2 Steals, 11 Assists, 21 Fouls, 13 Turnovers.

Records: Jamestown 16-7, 6-5 NSAA; Waldorf 10-12, 5-5 NSAA.

Women's wrestling captures third

University of Jamestown women's wrestling captured third place at the inaugural Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Women's Wrestling Invitational on Saturday in Fremont, Neb.

Angel Ogden (109 pounds), Cara Romeike (130) and Alyssa Schrull (170) all came away with first-place finishes for the Jimmies. Chelsea Dionisio (116) and Caitlyn Kaz (130) placed second in their respective weight classes.

Jamestown's Diana Lopez placed third at 191, while Mykaela Ellis (142) and Sarah Moore (170) earned fourth-place finishes. Jasmine Mendez (155) and Jessalyn Spooner (155) also finished fifth and sixth, respectively, for the Jimmies.

Jamestown competes in the WCWA National Championship in Oklahoma City on Feb. 9-10.

KCAC Women's Wrestling Tournament

Team results

1. Missouri Valley 163; 2. Ottawa University 149; 3. Jamestown 143; 4. Midland University 87; 5. St. Mary's 73.

Men go 1-3 at GPAC Duals

The Jimmie men's wrestling team went 1-3 at the GPAC Duals on Saturday in Sioux City, Iowa.

Jamestown defeated Hastings 24-23, while losing to Doane 27-21, Briar Cliff 29-16 and Concordia (Neb.) 20-18.

Jamestown's Mike Zupan (174 pounds) went 4-0 on the day with four decisions. Jesse Barajas (125) and Brandon Aragon (149) both went 3-1 for the Jimmies.

Jamestown duals Tuesday at Dickinson State.

Indoor Track

UND Indoor Open

Saturday

University of Jamestown results

Women

60 dash: 13. Kristin Breaux 8.51; 20. Madelaine Rue 8.86; 21. Madison Mach 8.97. 200 dash: 21. Julia Johnson 28.63; 32. Morgan Martin 30.51. 400: 5. Kylee Voigt 59.95. 600: 4. Hannah Christenson 1:38.50. 800: 15. Cassidy Peterson 2:33.90; 22. Lindi Chadwick 2:40.59; 23. Martin 2:44.28. Mile: 11. Peterson 5:41.98; 20. Chadwick 5:54.49. 5,000: 4. Amber Posner 19:36.45; 6. Allison Foster 20:15.81. 60 hurdles: 7. Rue 10.21. 1600 relay: 4. (Voigt, Christenson, Kaiann Arellano, Emily Stier) 4:03.52. High jump: 2. Arellano 5-3; 13. Beth Alexander 4-7. Pole vault: 5. Mach 9-8. Long jump: 2. Stier 16-8.75; 5. Johnson 16-1.75; 7. Jordan Thomas 15-9.75; 9. Breaux 15-6.25; 12. Katie Cannon 15-4; 16. Elisabeth Dalke 13-10.25. Triple jump: 3. Johnson 35-10.5; 6. Thomas 33-11.5; 7. Breaux 33-5.25. Shot put: 12. Megan Kleingartner 34-8.5; 15. Paulin Haak 33-4.75; 18. Alicia Weiand 32-4.75; 19. Allison Widmer 32-2.75; 22. Moira McNally 31-9.25; 25. Rebecca Nord 28-6.5. Weight throw: 4. Haak 51-2.75; 15. Nord 43-0.5; 23. McNally 38.10.5; 28. Kleingartner 30-7.5; 29. Brita Fagerlund 29-1.25; 39 Widmer 26-10.5.

Men

60 dash: 19. Noah Knutson 7.53; 22. Cason Reyes 7.57; 26. Dane Jessen 7.99; 28. Jacob Juelfs 9.21. 200 dash: 19. Knutson 23.86; 22. Reyes 24.02; 35. Juelfs 30.35. 400: 6. Charlie Foster 50.80. 600: 9. Dakota Wagner 1:28.51. 5,000: 3. Matthew Young 15:19.92; 12. Aaron Ford 16:45.4; 23. Donavan Moser 16:46.94; 17. Dustin Wagner 17:44.51; 18. Daniel Palmer 17.55.33; Michael Sampers DNF. 60 hurdles: 13. Ed Mata 11.66. High jump: 7. Mata 5-10.75. Long jump: 20. Reyes 18-5.75; 28. Jessen 16-0.5. Triple jump: 13. Knutson 39-0.25; 16. Jessen 36-3. Shot Put: Delwin Potter 36-2; 24. Mata 22-1. Weight throw: Potter 34-11.

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