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Thunder notch home win over Rebels

Medina-Pingree-Buchanan picked up a four-point win over Edgeley-Kulm-Montpelier in their final home game of the season on Thursday night in Class B boys basketball.

Blake Zirbes paced the Thunder with 13 points. Lawton Allen and Braxton Heinle each chipped in 12 points.

Junior Lane Hanson scored 20 points to lead the Rebels.

Medina-Pingree-Buchanan 54, Edgeley-Kulm-Montpelier 50

EKM 9 22 33 50

MPB 12 24 39 54

Edgeley-Kulm-Montpelier: Dilan Madcke 3, Isaac Huber 9, Tyler Zahn 3, Phillip Hagen 4, Brant Naze 8, Layne Entzi 3, Lane Hanson 20.

Medina-Pingree-Buchanan: Lawton Allen 12, Braxton Heinle 12, Seth Horn 10, Preston Martin 7, Blake Zirbes 13.

Records: Edgeley-Kulm-Montpelier 6-11, Medina-Pingree-Buchanan 5-13.

Benson Co. 67, Midkota 38

Benson County pulled away from Midkota in the second half to win 67-38.

Junior Mason Smith paced the Mustangs with 18 points.

Keaton Nelsen was the high scorer for the Wildcats with 22.

Benson County 67, Midkota 38

MID 17 24 32 38

BC 19 42 55 67

Midkota: Jory Boote 1, Laine Hoyt 4, Drew Utke 1, Gavin Smith 2, John Edland 5, Mason Smith 18, Chase Wells 3, Chance Wells 6.

Benson County: Rice 3, Olson 15, Neppl 8, Nelsen 22, Eberle 3, G. Tandeski 11, Wangler 3, C. Tandeski 4.

Records: Midkota 1-17 , Benson County 6-13.

Linton-HMB 86, Oakes 57

Seventh-ranked Linton-Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock rolled past Oakes 86-57.

Cole Vanderlaan and Jared Baumiller paced the Lions with 23 and 21 points, respectively.

The Tornadoes were led by Tyler Voightman who had a game-high 24 points.

Linton-HMB 86, Oakes 57

OAK 12 32 44 57

LIN 26 45 69 86

Oakes: Tyler Voightman 24, Samuel Huffman 4, Jordan Cunningham 6, Layne Schmit 3, Andrew Dethlefsen 14, Matthew Grove 6.

Linton-Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock: Chase Schiele 9, Jared Baumiller 21, Cole Baumiller 6, Jack McCrory 4, Paul McCrory 2, Parker Gerving 5, Lance Weiser 12, Cole Vanderlaan 23, Gavin Benz 4.

Records: Oakes 5-13, Linton-Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock 17-2.

Carrington 77, Velva-Sawyer 59

Carrington defeated Velva-Sawyer 77-59 in its season finale Thursday night.

Garrett Bickett poured in 31 points to pace Carrington. Bryce Edland chipped in with 21 to lead the Cardinals.

Carrington will enter the District 5 tournament in Jamestown with a 16-3 record. The tournament begins Feb. 24.

Carrington 77, Velva-Sawyer 59

VS 12 28 43 59

CAR 14 36 57 77

Velva-Sawyer: Ethan Schepp 11, Hayden Lee 16, Trever Anderson 2, Hunter Miller 16, Hunter Brabandt 11, Dylan Lund 3.

Carrington: Garrett Bickett 31, Seth Nelson 2, Payton Smith 7, Hayden Schmitz 6, Trey Rosenau 6, Kolton Vetter 4, Bryce Edland 21.

Records: Velva-Sawyer 8-11, Carrington 16-3.

Richland 63, Lisbon 50

Hunter Lentz scored 23 points to lead Richland past Lisbon 63-50.

Ben Levos tallied 11 points, while Wyatt Runck and Kyle Odegard each had 10 points.

Jake Ihland added 11 points for the Colts.

Richland 63, Lisbon 50

RIC 24 41 56 63

LIS 10 27 37 50

Richland: Cooper Lingen 9, Jake Ihland 11, Carter Lingen 8, Cole Myers 8, Hunter Lentz 23, Gavin Reiland 4.

Lisbon: Garrett Oland 2, Ben Levos 11, Wyatt Runck 10, Kyle Odegard 10, Gunnar Fraase 6, Matt Johnson 3, Maverick Coleman 8.

Records: Richland 15-4, Lisbon 5-13.

Ellendale 58, Stras.-Zee. 42

Ellendale scored 22 points in the fourth quarter en route to a 58-42 win over Strasburg-Zeeland.

The trio of Brennen Vance (19), Lucas Hofer (16), and Luke Wertz (10) combined for 45 points for the Cardinals.

Stetson Haak tallied 17 points in the loss for the Clippers.

Ellendale 58, Strasburg-Zeeland 42

SZ 8 16 31 42

ELL 16 23 36 58

Strasburg-Zeeland: Stetson Haak 17, Adam Hulm 7, Coleman Nieuwsma 4, Hunter Huizenga 4, Nic Nieuwsma 3, Alex Scherr 3, Tanner Goebel 2, AJ Vander Vorste 2. 16 FGs, 3pt FGs (N Nieuwsma, Hulm, Scherr), 7-10 FTs, 17 fouls (Huizenga).

Ellendale: Brennen Vance 19, Lucas Hofer 16, Luke Wertz 10, Austin Molan 9, Taylen Walks 2, Casey Strong 2. 22 FGs, 3pt FGs (Hofer 2, Molan), 11-14 FTs, 11 fouls.

Records: Strasburg-Zeeland 8-10, Ellendale 12-5.

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