Class B Roundup: Oakes win vs. G-M, E/K-M goes to 11-0

The Tornadoes have now won two in a row.

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Medina/Pingree-Buchanan's Ryleigh Martin (with ball) corrals a loose ball while being guarded by Edgeley/Kulm/Montpelier's Keyahna Musland (2) on Friday night at the Jamestown Civic Center. Michael Savaloja / For The Sun

Oakes gets past Griggs-Midkota

Laikyn Roney scored 39 points to lead the Oakes Tornadoes to a 71-41 win Monday, Jan. 10, over the Griggs-Midkota Titans. The Tornadoes (7-3) outscored the Titans 36-18 in the first half.

The Titans (3-6) leading scorer was Jenna Larson with 16 points. Roney and Larson were the only players who managed to score double digits.

The Tornadoes put the game away in the fourth quarter outscoring the Titans 13-4. The Tornadoes showed off their scoring depth with eight players finding the scoresheet, while the Titans had six players score in this game.

The Tornadoes return to the court at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 13, when they host Sargent County. The Titans hit the court again at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday when they host Hatton/Northwood.

G-M: 41, OHS: 71


G-M: 15 10 12 4–41

OHS: 19 16 23 13–71

Points leaders:

G-M: Jenna Larson 16, Asia Becherl 8, Lauryn Halvorson 6, Josie Johnson 5, Emma Kollman 4, Kaylee Johnson 2
OHS: Laikyn Roney 39, Brianna Schmitz 8, Abby Cox 7, Emma Muggli 7, Brynn Dethlefsen 4, Lily Thorpe 2, Molly Sitzler 2, Kassidy Jackson 2

Team stats were not available.

E/K-M takes down M/P-B

The Edgeley/Kulm-Montpelier Rebels girls basketball team continued their undefeated start to the season Monday with a 56-29 win over the Medina/Pingree-Buchanan Thunder.

The Rebels (11-0) put the game on ice in the fourth quarter by outscoring the Thunder (5-3) 18-3. The Thunder's Allison Thomas hit a 3-pointer in the fourth quarter for the Thunder’s only points in the final eight minutes.

The game was close after the first with the score 16-12 in favor of the Rebels. However, the Rebels stretched the lead in the second quarter and went into the half with the 31-19 lead.


Mataeya Mathern led the Rebels with 27 points followed by Reagan Teske with 12 and Kiara Jangula with 10. Ryleigh Martin led the Thunder with 13 points and Thomas added 10.

The Thunder struggled with foul trouble in the second half, collecting 10 team fouls after they only had five in the first 16 minutes. In the second half, the Rebels shot 13 free throws compared to the Thunder's four.

The Thunder are back in action at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 14, when they take on Napoleon/Gackle-Streeter. The Rebels return to the court at 7:30 p.m. Thursday when they host Ellendale.

M/P-B: 29, E/K-M: 56

M/P-B: 12 7 7 3—29

E/K-M: 16 15 7 18–56

Points leaders:

M/P-B: Ryleigh Martin 13, Allison Thomas 10, Lilly Bohl 4, Abigail Reich 2


E/K-M: Mataeya Mathern 27, Reagan Teske 12, Kiara Jangula 10, Keyahna Musland 2, Norah Entzi 2, Grace Irey 1, Abby Mathern 1

Total stats:
M/P-B: 11 FGs, 5-14 FTs, 15 fouls, 3-pointers: Thomas 2

E/K-M: 23 FGs, 7-16 FTs, 14 fouls, 3-pointers: Teske 2, Mathern

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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