Megan Moser's final three-point attempt was a little too short for the win.

The Medina/Pingree-Buchanan High School girls basketball team fell 47-46 in the District 6 title game in Napoleon Monday night Kidder County clinched the crown defeating the 15-6 Thunder for the second time this season.

The Wolves will face Edgeley/Kulm/Montpelier in the first round of the Region 3 Tournament on Feb. 24. The game is scheduled to tip-off at 6 p.m. at the Jamestown Civic Center. MPB will face District 5's third seed Oakes in the opening round of the regional tourney. The Thunder will tipoff at 4:30 p.m.

Region 3 Tournament

At Jamestown Civic Center

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Feb. 24

G1: LaMoure/Litchville-Marion vs. Strasburg/Zeeland, 3 p.m.

G2: Medina/PB vs. Oakes, 4:30 p.m.

G3: Kidder Co. vs. Edgeley/KM, 6 p.m.

G4: Carrington vs. Linton/HMB, 7:30 p.m.

Feb. 25

G5: Winner G1 vs. Winner G2, 6 p.m.

G6: Winner G3 vs. Winner G4, 7:30 p.m.

Feb. 27

G7: Loser G5 vs. Loser G6, 6 p.m.

G6: Winner G5 vs. Winner G6, 7:30 p.m.

All-District 5 Team

Addison Hoornaert, Carrington

Kiera Eli, Carrington

Hannah Hagel, Carrington

Nicole Schmitz, Oakes

Sadie Hansen, Oakes

Maren Berntson, Edgeley/Kulm/Montpelier

Brenna Anderson, Midkota

Hunter Peterson, Midkota

Ellie Holen, LaMoure/Litchville-Marion

Molly Musland, LaMoure/Litchville-Marion

Kaylyn Siedschlag, LaMoure/Litchville-Marion

Senior Athlete of the Year

Ellie Holen, LaMoure/LM

Coach of the Year

Andy Braaten, Carrington

Athletic Director of the Year

Shari Christenson, Oakes

Indians back on top

The Four Winds/Minnewaukan Indians have reclaimed the top spot in this week's Class B boys basketball statewide media poll, voted on by members of the Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.

The Indians (16-1) received 17 of 18 first-place votes. Hatton/Northwood (16-2) received the other but is ranked behind Enderlin (16-1) for second by a single point. Edgeley/Kulm/Montpelier (15-2) is the first team receiving votes outside the top 10.

LaMoure/Litchville-Marion girls basketball has cracked the top 10 late in the season. The Loboes (16-5) tied Rugby (18-3) for 10th in the standings, each receiving 14 points.

Carrington (18-2) jumped to No. 6 from seventh, while the top five remained unchanged.

NDAPSSA Class B Basketball Polls

(First-place votes in parenthesis)

Boys

10th poll

Team Rec. Pts. LW

1. Four Winds/Minn. 16-1 175 2

2. Enderlin 16-1 144 5

3. Hatton/NW 16-2 143 4

4. Rugby 15-2 131 1

5. Beulah 16-3 106 6

6. St. John 14-3 67 3

7. Thompson 13-4 62 8

8. Kindred 13-3 56 9

9. Hillsboro/CV 13-4 44 10

10. Dickinson Trinity 16-3 21 NR

Others receiving votes: Edgeley-Kulm-Montpelier (15-2), Langdon-

Edmore-Munich (14-4), New Rockford-Sheyenne (11-6), Richland (13-4), Shiloh Christian (13-5), Underwood (14-2).

Girls

12th poll

Team Rec. Pts. LW

1. Kindred (11) 10-0 171 1

2. Langdon/EM (7) 20-0 169 2

3. Trenton 21-0 139 3

4. Grafton 17-3 111 4

5. Kidder Co. 18-2 107 5

6. Carrington 18-2 87 7

7. Four Winds/Minn. 17-3 86 6

8. Mohall/LS 21-1 60 8

9. Thompson 16-4 20 10

10T. LaMoure/LM 16-5 14 NR

10T. Rugby 18-3 14 9

Others receiving votes: Central Cass (15-4), Flasher (16-4).

Blue Jays sit second

The Jamestown High School gymnastics team maintained the No. 2 seed in the latest release of the state gymnastics rankings. The Blue Jays hold a score of 141.855 eclipsing No. 3 ranked Bismarck Legacy by 1.75 points.

Four-time defending state champion Dickinson leads the state with a score of 148.29 points.

State gymnastics rankings

Feb. 17

1. Dickinson 148.29, 2. Jamestown 141.855, 3. Bismarck Legacy 140.105, 4. Valley City 139.375, 5. Grand Forks 132.895, 6. Bismarck Century 130.755, 7. Wahpeton 127.405, 8. Fargo 124.645, 9. Mandan 123.295, 10. Fargo Davies 122.93, 11. Bismarck 77.26, 12. Minot 33.98.