Class B Roundup: Carrington, Lisbon, L/L-M get wins

The Broncos outscored the 15-5 in the second quarter on their way to the win.

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Carrington flies past E/K-M

After the first quarter between the Carrington Cardinals and the Edgeley/Kulm-Montpelier Rebels the Cardinals were up 14-13. The Cardinals (8-8) outscored the Rebels (11-6) 12-7 in the second quarter to take a 26-20 lead into the half and never looked back on their way to a 58-49 win on Thursday, Feb. 10.

The Cardinals were led by Lucas Hendrickson’s 27 points. The Rebels leading scorer was Adam Nitschke with 16 points.

CHS 58, E/K-M 49

CHS: 14 12 17 15–-58


E/K-M: 13 7 14 15–49

Points leaders:

CHS: Lucas Hendrickson 27, Hudson Schmitz 8, Grady Shipman 6, Hudson Topp 5, Josh Bickett 5, Jack Erickson 4, Jacob Seaburg 3

E/K-M: Adam Nitschke 6, Brad Kinzler 13, Dalton Madcke 8, Joe Kramlich 5, Jacob Nitschke 4 Dylan Carlson 3

Total stats:

CHS: 21 FGs, 14-18 FTs, 9 fouls, 3-pointers: Topp, Seaburg

E/K-M: 21 FGs, 0-2 FTs, 15 fouls, 3-pointers: Kinzler 3, Madcke 2, Kramlich, Carlson

Lisbon holds on against BCN 


The Lisbon Broncos outscored the Barnes County North Bison 15-5 in the second quarter to go into the half up 33-16 on their way to a 57-43 win on Feb. 10.

The Broncos (5-9) were led by Jayden Bittner’s 16 points. The Bison’s (2-14) leading scorer was Oliver Hanson with 17 points.

BCN 43, LHS 57

BCN: 11 5 9 18–43

LHS: 18 15 10 14–57

Points leaders:

BCN: Oliver Hanson 17, Will Schwehr 15, Colten Straub 6, Jonah Harstad 4, Casey Everson 1

LHS: Jayden Bittner 16, Caleb Olson 12, Caeden Sweet 8, Sam Kelsen 6, Spencer Kelsen 5, Wyatt Olson 4, Keegan Schultz 2, Colter Fuss 2


Total stats were not provided.

L/L-M flies past M/P-B 

After going into the half up big, the LaMoure/Litchville-Marion Loboes outscored the Medina/Pingree-Buchanan Thunder 20-11 to get a 65-41 win on Feb. 10. The Thunder (13-4) attempted to claw back into the game in the fourth quarter, being outscored by the Loboes (13-2) 14-12 but it was not enough.

The leading scorer for both teams had 16 points as the Loboes’ Corban Potts led his team and the Thunder’s Rylen Wick was tops on his team.

M/P-B 41, L/L-M 65

M/P-B: 9 9 11 12–41

L/L-M: 21 10 20 14–65

Points leaders:

M/P-B: Rylen Wick 16, Mark Thomas 6, Josh Moser 5, Gage Magstadt 4, Chase Ova 3, Sawyer Wanzek 2, Hunter Mitchell 2, Jared Moser 2, Adam McClellan 1

L/L-M: Corban Potts 16, Colten Ness 15, Max Musland 14, Charlie Bowman 8, Landon Piehl 8, Kyrece McGaughy 2, Wyatt Miller 2

Total stats:

M/P-B: 13 FGs, 9-13 FTs, 5 fouls, 3-pointers: Thomas 2, Wick 2

L/L-M: 29 FGs, 4-7 FTs, 9 fouls, 3-pointers: Musland 2, Bowman

My name is Max O'Neill. I am a Sports Reporter at The Jamestown Sun. I am a native New Yorker, who graduated from Ithaca College in 2020 with a degree in Television-Radio.
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