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Class B Roundup: Ellendale, L/L-M, Griggs-Midkota, Carrington win

Ellendale is now 14-0 on the season.

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Ellendale's Mason Molan drives past his defender in the fourth quarter of the Cardinals' 51-28 win over Kidder County in the first round of the Stutsman County Tournament on Jan. 6, 2022. Max O'Neill/ The Jamestown Sun.

Ellendale flies past Linton 

The Ellendale Cardinals continued their undefeated season with a 63-55 win Tuesday, Feb. 8, over the Linton/Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock Lions.

The Cardinals (15-0) scored 46 points in the second half to pull away with the win. The Lions (10-6) were held to seven points in the first half.

Scott Wagner led the Cardinals with 23 points.

The Lions' leading scorer was Grant Bosch with 15 points.

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L-HMB: 35, EHS 63

L-HMB: 3 4 15 13–35

EHS: 9 8 24 22–63

Points leader:

L-HMB: Grant Bosch 15, Trace King 11, Justin Tschosik 5, Gentry Ricther 2, Landon Bosch 2

EHS: Scott Wagner 23, Riley Thorpe 13, Levi Reis 11, Cole Sayler 7, Mason Molan 5, Anton Geller 3, Jack Bommersbach 1

Total stats:

L-HMB: 13 FGs, 4-4 FTs, 8 fouls, 3-pointers: G. Bosch 3, King, Tschosik

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EHS: 28 FGs, 3-6 FTs, 10 fouls, 3-pointers: Thrope, Sayler, Reis, Molan

LaMoure gets win over E/K-M

The LaMoure/Litchville-Marion Loboes outscored the Edgeley/Kulm-Montpelier Rebels 19-5 in the fourth quarter Tuesday, Feb. 8, to get a 55-44 win.

Corban Potts led the Loboes (12-2) with 26 points.

Jacob Nitschke led the Rebels (11-5) with 27 points.

E/K-M 44, L/L-M 55

E/K-M: 10 13 16 5–44

L/L-M: 16 12 8 19–55

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Points leaders:

E/K-M: Jacob Nitschke 17, Adam Nitschke 11, Dalton Madcke 6, Brad Kinzler 3, Joe Kramlich 3, Dylan Carlson 2, Austin Strobel 2

L/L-M: Corban Potts 26, Landon Piehl 12, Colten Ness 8, Max Musland 5, Charlie Bowman 4

Total stats:

E/K-M: 18 FGs, 6-9 FTs, 13 fouls, 3-pointers: J.Nitschke, A. Nitschke

L/L-M: 21 FGs, 7-11 FTs, 9 fouls, 3-pointers: Piehl 3, Potts 2, Musland

Carrington holds on for win vs. Oakes 

The Carrington Cardinals boys basketball team used an 11-5 second quarter to hold on to a 50-49 win Tuesday, Feb. 8, over the Oakes Tornadoes. The Tornadoes (5-9) outscored the Cardinals 18-14 in the fourth quarter to claw their way back into the game.

Lucas Hendrickson and Hudson Schmitz combined for 34 points to lead the Cardinals (7-8).

The Tornadoes' leading scorer was Trey Skoglund with 12 points.

OHS 49, CHS 50

OHS: 13 5 13 18–49

CHS: 12 11 13 14–50

Points leaders:

OHS: Trey Skoglund 12, Adler Paeper 11, David Schmitz 8, Joseph Heim 6, Mario Garza 5, Ediberto Garza 3, Andrew Wolff 3, Bryley Haberman 1

CHS: Lucas Hendrickson 24, Hudson Schmitz 10, Grady Shipman 6, Josh Bickett 5, Jacob Seaburg 4, Noah Paulson 1

Total stats were not provided.

Third quarter powers Griggs-Midkota to win over BCN

The Griggs-Midkota Titans boys basketball team was down 25-21 to the Barnes County North Bison going into the half Tuesday, Feb. 8. In the third quarter, the Titans (4-11) sprinted out of the gates, outscoring the Bison (2-13) 20-9 on their way to a 56-44 win.

The Titans’ Carter Spitzer led all players with 20 points.

The Bison were led by Will Schwehr’s 13 points.

BCN 44, G-M 56

BCN: 11 14 9 10–44
G-M: 8 13 20 15–56

Points leaders:

BCN: Will Schwehr 13, Oliver Hanson 11, Casey Everson 11, Jonah Harstad 4, Colten Straub 3, Cade Piatz 2

G-M: Carter Spitzer 20, Jaxon Gronneberg 14, Logan Topp 14, Brady Haugen 7, James Woodstead 1

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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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