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Area Basketball Roundup: Minot tops Blue Jay boys

The Jamestown boys basketball team could not cool off hot-shooting Minot.

The Magicians made 32 for 54 (60 percent) from the floor as Minot took down the Blue Jays 92-69 Friday night.

Magicians' senior Peyton Lamoureux scored a game-high 20 points, Chandler Albertson scored 18, Lofton Klabunde 17 and Devin Mikell scored 12. Overall, those four combined for 67 points.

After scoring 30 against Bismarck, Boden Skunberg finished with 14 points on 4 for 12 shooting, while Mason Walters shot 4 for 8 and 2 for 7 at the free-throw line. John Horgan led the Blue Jays with 17 points.

Jamestown hosts Williston on Friday at 7:45.

Class A Boys Minot 92, Jamestown 69

JAM 27 42

SB 42 50

JAM—John Horgan 17, Boden Skunberg 14, Mason Walters 10, Bryan Mosolf 8, Noah Wegnenast 8, Jared Kallenbach 7, Ryder Lunzman 5. Totals: 24-52 FG, 11-22 3-PT, 10-19 FT, 27 Rebounds, 19 Fouls (Wegenast), 3 Assists, 9 Turnovers, 4 Steals.

MIN—Peyton Lamoureux 20, Chandler Albertson 18, Lofton Klabunde 17, Easton Larson 8, Paxton Wahlund 4, Deven Forbes 2, Jaxon Gunville 2. Totals: 32-54 FG, 9-16 3-PT (Lamoureux 5, Albertson 2), 19-22 FT, 26 Rebounds, 14 Fouls, 7 Turnovers, 7 Steals.

Records: MIN 9-4, 12-4. JAM 6-7, 8-8.

(7) Carrington 71, NGS 32

The seventh-ranked Cardinals stretched their legs Friday night, outscoring the visiting Imperials by 39.

McKenzie Johnson's game-high 20 points led four Carrington players in double-digit scoring. Alexa Young tossed in 13 for Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter.

NGS 7 14 20 32

CAR 16 39 54 71

NGS—Alexa Young 13, Kaylin Weigel 7, Bailey Heflin 7, Megan Regner 4, Sydney Kleingartner 1.

CAR—McKenzie Johnson 20, Emerson Hoornaert 12, Addison Hoornaert 12, Bella Hone 12, Jill Endres 6, Kadyn Mehring 5, Haley Hewitt 4.

Records: CAR 14-4. NGS 8-10.

KC 60, W-W 44

Kidder County knocked of Wilton-Wing to pick up its 14th win of the season. Grace Benz scored a game-high 20 points while Maddy Schmidt knocked down four triples en route to 14 points. Jaslyn Magstadt also chipped in 16 points for the Wolves.

WW 11 20 29 44

KC 16 30 48 60

WW—Erin Thompson 8, Tatelyn Schurhamer 4, Haily Quame 7, Lauren Koski 17, Jade Koski 8. Totals: 14 FG's, 7-9 FT's, 12 Fouls, 3 3-pointers: J. Koski 2 and Quame.

KC—Grace Benz 20, Madelyn Schmidt 14, Brittany Rath 8, Teanna Binder 2, Jaslyn Magstadt 16. Totals: 14 FG's, 5-8 FT's, 10 Fouls, 9 3-pointers: Schmidt 4, Benz 3, Magstadt 2.

Records: KC 14-5. WW 12-7.

Midkota 54, Warwick 36

The Mustangs and the Warriors combined for 46 fouls Thursday in Binford, with Midkota surviving by 18 points.

Joslyn Hoyt scored a game-high 17 points for the home team. Midkota moved to 6-13 with its date against fourth-ranked Edgeley-Kulm-Montpelier (15-2) up next in the opening round of the District 5 tournament this Friday at the Jamestown Civic Center.

WAR 7 20 27 36

MID 11 23 35 54

WAR—Madison Leaf 14, Shaylynn DeMarrias 9, Kalista Jackson 6, Maphiya Jackson 5, Melissa Olson 2. Totals: 8 FG, 17-30 FT, 23 fouls (Olson, Walters). 3-pointers: Leaf, K. Jackson, M. Jackson.

MID—Joslyn Hoyt 17, Jakenda Short 11, Hunter Petersen 11, Brenna Anderson 9, Nicole Beckley 4, Brianna Grandalen 2. Totals: 19 FG, 16-23 FT, 23 fouls (Short). 3-pointers: Short, Hoyt.

Records: Midkota 6-13. Warwick 3-14.

Boys (RV) Carrington 58, Ellendale 37

Carrington made it 10 wins in a row as it defeated Ellendale 58-37 in Class B boys basketball action. Garrett Bickett scored 19 points to lead Carrington. Austin Molan was the top scorer for Ellendale with 12 points.

CAR 9 23 36 58

ELL 6 17 24 37

CAR—Garrett Bickett 19, Kolton Vetter 13, Trey Rosenau 8, Drew Page 7, Seth Nelson 4, Jayden Shipman 3, Payton Smith 2, McCoy Vandehoven 2. Totals: 23 FGs, 5/6 FTs, 20 fouls, 3pt FGs by Bickett 5, Shipman 1, Vetter 1.

ELL—Austin Molan 12, Lucas Hofer 10, Cole Goehring 5, Hunter Thorpe 4, Nate Peterson 4, Walker Bruns 2. Totals: 12 FGs, 12/22 FTs, 14 fouls, 3pt FGs by Goehring 1.

Records: CAR 13-2. ELL 11-4.

EKM 70, MNS 62

Layne Hanson led Edgeley-Kulm-Montpelier to a 70-62 win over Milnor-North Sargent. Hanson, who pumped in a game-high 42 points, scored over half of the Rebels total points for the night. Complete stats were not available.

MNS 13 32 46 62

EKM 15 30 52 70

Records: MNS 6-9. EKM 12-3.

Oakes 77, Midkota 73

Garret Meehl torched the nets for 37 points as Oakes defeated Midkota 77-73. Tyler Voightman tossed in 18 points of his own for the Tornadoes. Mason Smith tallied 29 points for the Mustangs.

OAK 16 37 58 77

MID 17 37 50 73

OAK—Tyler Voightman 18, Garret Meehl 37, Layne Schmidt 1, Max Muggli 8.

MID—Connor Leininger 1, Jory Boote 8, Drew Utke 13, John Edland 2, Mason Smith 29, Chase Wells 14, Jacob Timm 4, Logan Topp 2.

Records: OAK 8-6. MID 3-10.

LHMB 53, S-Z 48

Linton-Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock overcame a three-point first quarter to defeat Strasburg-Zeeland 53-48. Cole Baumiller had a game-high 25 points for the Lions. Tanner Goebel and Alex Scherr each had 13 points for the Clippers.

SZ 2 10 29 48

LHMB 3 25 38 53

SZ—Jordan Huizenga 2, Hunter Haak 8, Mac Kramer 2, Alex VanderVorste 6, Coleman Nieuwsma 4, Tanner Goebel 13, Alex Scherr 13. Totals: 20-47 FG's, 5-9 FT's, 14 Fouls, 3 3-pointers: Goebel 3.

LHMB—Cole Baumiller 25, Lucas Schumacher 2, Jack McCrory 9, Paul McCrory 2, Lance Weiser 15. Totals: 21-48 FG's, 7-13 FT's, 11 Fouls, 4 3-pointers: Baumiller 2 and J. McCrory 2.

Records: LHMB 6-10. SZ 4-12.