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Class B Roundup: Linton, SC, M/P-B, Kidder County, Tri-State, Carrington win

The teams combined to win by a margin of 326-232.

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Linton claws past Central McClean

The Linton/Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock Lions boys basketball team outscored the Central McClean Cougars 19-5 in the third quarter on their way to a 56-25 win Thursday, Feb. 3.

The Lions (10-5) are now 6-1 in their last seven games. The Cougars (3-12) kept the game tight in the second quarter, being outscored 6-3.

The Cougars were led by Owen Anderson’s 7 points.

The Lions leading scorer was Jace Jochim with 19 points.

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CM 25, L-HMB 56

CM: 9 3 5 8–25

L-HMB: 19 6 19 12—56

Points leaders:

CM: Owen Anderson 7, Cade Kielstrap 6, Julius Anderson 6, Easton Frey 2, Wyatt Wagner 2, Tripp Olson 2

L-HMB: Jace Jochim 19, Trace King 10, Gentry Richter 9, Grant Bosch 8, Justin Tschosik 6, Landon Bosch 4

Total stats:

CM: 10 FGs, 2-5 FTs, 10 fouls, 3-pointers: Anderson 2, Kielstrap

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L-HMB: 23 FGs, 8-10 FTs, 5 fouls, 3-pointers: King, Jochim

Sargent County takes down Ellendale

The Sargent County Bulldogs girls basketball team used a 27-5 halftime lead to beat the Ellendale Cardinals 48-25 on Thursday.

The Bulldogs (12-5) have now won four games in a row.

The Bulldogs were led by Annika Nelson who finished with 22 points.

The Cardinals leading scorer was Mackenzie Thorpe with 9 points.

SC 48, EHS 25

SC: 11 16 12 9–48

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EHS: 2 3 10 10–25

Points leaders:

SC: Annika Nelson 22, Megan Hill 10, Jami Bopp 6, Amber Kjar 4, Emma Bixby 4, Alannah Beck 2

EHS: Mackenzie Thorpe 9, Kali Norton 8, Christena Walker 6, Anna Elsen 2

Total stats:

SC: 20 FGs, 5-11 FTs, 15 fouls, 3-pointers: Hill 3

EHS: 12 FGs, 1-6 FTs, 12 fouls

M/P-B beats South Border

The Medina/Pingree-Buchanan Thunder boys basketball team used a 19-6 first quarter advantage to get past the South Border Mustangs 57-30 on Thursday.

The Thunder (11-3) had three players finish in double digits with Rylen Wick scoring 15, Sawyer Wanzek dropping 11 points and Gage Madstadt finishing with 10 points.

The Mustangs leading scorer was Kaleb Thiery who finished with 10 points.

SB 30, M/P-B 57

SB: 6 8 8 8–30

M/P-B: 19 14 13 11–57

Points leaders:

SB: Kaleb Thiery 10, Trevor Schmidt 8, Parker Salwei 2, Colton Martz 2, Connor Kosiak 2, Levi Bucholz 2, Seth Wolf 2, Luke Scherbenske 2

M/P-B: Rylen Wick 15, Sawyer Wanzek 11, Gage Magstadt 10, Adam McClellan 8, Josh Moser 8, Mark Thomas 3, Hunter Mitchell 2

Total stats:
SB:10 FGs, 4-8 FTs, 13 fouls

M/P-B: 24 FGs, 4-9 FTs, 11 fouls, 3-pointers: Magstadt 4, Wanzek 2, Wick 2, Moser

Kidder County uses second half output to beat L/L-M

The Kidder County Wolves girls basketball team were down 19-16 heading into the half against the LaMoure/Litchville-Marion Loboes on Thursday. In the second half, the Wolves outscored the Loboes 31-27 to get the 47-46 win.

The Wolves (13-4) are now on a six game winning streak. The Loboes (11-6) are now on a four-game losing streak.

The Wolves were led by Kennedy Harter’s 16 points.

The Loboes leading scorer was Molly Musland with 17 points.

KC 47, L/L-M 46

KC: 8 8 15 16–47

L/L-M: 5 14 14 13–46

Points leaders:

KC: Kennedy Harter 16, Ella Svanes 9, Taylor Zimmerman 9, Avery Rath 8, Grace Nicholson 5

L/L-M: Molly Musland 17, Tessa Masmusson 13, Abby Haberman 7, Nora DelaBarre 6, Mollie Robbins 3

Total stats:

KC: 16 FGs, 10-13 FTs, 10 fouls, 3-pointers: Svanes 3, Harter, Nicholson

L/L-M: 18 FGs, 2-4 FTs, 14 fouls, 3-pointers: Rassmussen 3, Musland 3, Robbins, Haberman

Tri-State holds off Lisbon in overtime

The Tri-State Tigers boys basketball team went to the Lisbon Broncos and were on their way to a win through the first three quarters up 38-31 on Thursday. The Broncos (4-8) had other ideas however as they outscored the Tigers (2-9) 15-8 in the final quarter to send the game to an extra period tied at 48-48. The Tigers picked it back up in the overtime getting a 55-51 win.

The Tigers were led by Jacob Lick’s 20 points.

The Broncos leading scorer was Wyatt Olson who had 19 points.

TRI 55, LHS 51

TRI: 10 15 13 8 9–55

LHS: 11 11 9 15 5—51

Points leaders:

TRI: Jacob Lick 20, Jakobe Anderson 12, Dominick Anderson 9, Isaiah Rydell 9, Lewis Ceroll 5

LHS: Wyatt Olson 19, Caleb Olson 13, Rodney Olson 10, Jayden Bittner 5, Sam Kelsen 3, Caeden Sweet 1

Team stats were not provided.

Carrington takes down Grafton

Despite a shaky middle two quarters for the Carrington Cardinals boys basketball team, they did enough in the first and fourth quarters to get a 63-55 win over the Grafton Spoilers on Thursday.

The Cardinals were led by Lucas Hendrickson’s 23 points.

The Spoilers leading scorer was Juan Villareal with 20 points.

GHS 55, CHS 63

GHS: 21 12 10 20—63

CHS: 10 14 20 11–55

Points leaders:

GHS: Juan Villareal 20, Brayloon Baldwin 16, William Jiskra 6, Ethan Suda 5, Ryan Hanson 3, David Perez 3, Maxwell Dumas 2

CHS: Lucas Hendrickson 23, Josh Bickett 14, Grady Shipman 9, Hudson Topp 8, Hudson Schmitz 5, Jacob Seaburg 2, Jack Paulson 2

Team stats were not provided.

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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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