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Class B roundup:

The LaMoure Loboes boys' basketball team jumped out to a commanding 30-8 lead by the half and defeated Oakes 62-36 in LaMoure on Tuesday. Gaige Dunn led LaMoure in scoring with 18 points, while Wade Aberle racked up 12 rebounds and Aaron Stemen f...

The LaMoure Loboes boys' basketball team jumped out to a commanding 30-8 lead by the half and defeated Oakes 62-36 in LaMoure on Tuesday.

Gaige Dunn led LaMoure in scoring with 18 points, while Wade Aberle racked up 12 rebounds and Aaron Stemen finished the game with nine assists and eight boards. Brett Hample chipped in with 13 points for the Loboes.

Oakes was led by Jason Hagen with 18 points.

LaMoure 62, Oakes 36

Oakes 6 8 20 36

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LaMoure 17 30 48 62

Oakes -- Jason Hagen 18, Charles Forward 6, Adam Ladwig 4, Jared Scheuring 4, James Hogness 2, Cody Ptacek 2. Totals: 11 FG, 12-17 FT, 10 fouls. Three-pointers: Forward 2.

LaMoure -- Gaige Dunn 18, Brett Hample 13, Tyler Thielges 8, Wade Aberle 8, Aaron Stemen 6, Donovan Bertz 4, Zach Stemen 4, Dylan Moen 1. Totals: 27 FG, 5-6 FT, 14 fouls. Three-pointers: Thielges 2, Hample 1.

Girls L-M-M 55, Valley City 50

Valley City held L-M-M scoreless in the first period and led 23-19 at the half, but the Rebels stormed back in the second half to take down the Hi-Liners by five points on Tuesday.

L-M-M's Carly Van Bruggen hit four three-pointers and led the Rebels with 18 points, while Sophie Miller tossed in an additional 13.

The win improved L-M-M's overall record to 8-5.

Litchville-Marion-Montpelier 55, Valley City 50

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L-M-M 0 19 39 55

Valley City 6 23 38 50

L-M-M -- Carly Van Bruggen 18, Sophie Miller 13, Amanda Valenta 8, Cassie Fick 5, Brenna Rodin 5, Abbey Fick 3, Tracy Nelson 2, Sydney Headland 1. Totals: 18 FG, 13-18 FT. Three-pointers: Van Bruggen 4, Fick 1, Rodin 1.

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