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Sport shorts: Class B girls basketball All-State team announced.

The North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (NDAPSSA) announced the 2022 Class B girls basketball all-state team on Monday.

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The North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association announced the 2022 Class B Girls Basketball All-State Team on Monday evening.

JayCee Richter of Linton/HMB was the lone representative for Region 3. Richter, a senior for the Lions, helped her team to a fifth-place finish with a 40-30 win over Kenmare on March 5. Richer was named to the second-team, all-state team.

The state tournament was the Lions' first since 2012.

2022 Class B Girls Basketball All-State Team

First team

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Abby Duchscherer, Kindred
Ellie Braaten, Westhope-Newburg
Ivy Fox, Parshall
Hailey Quam, Shiloh Christian
Ezura Rainbow, Four Winds-Minnewaukan

Second team

JayCee Richter, Linton-HMB
Walker Demers, Grafton
Terryn Johnson, Kindred
Kya Mauch, Hankinson
Lorelei McIver, Glenburn
Quinn Neppl, Benson County
Megan Roob, Richland
Brenna Stroklund, Kenmare
Allison Undlin, Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood
Madi Wilhelmi, Beach

Eaglestaff goes undisputed for Mr. Basketball

Treysen Eaglestaff of Bismarck High was named the 2022 Mr. Basketball award recipient on Saturday evening. The BHS senior received 87 points and 16 first-place votes while runner-up, Joe Hurlburt of Enderlin, received four first-place votes and 55 points.

Eaglestaff averaged 30.3 points per game, 8.3 rebounds per game and dished out an average of 4.6 assists per matchup. The senior shot 55% from the floor and went almost 75% from the stripe.

On defense, Eaglestaff made an average of 2.7 steals and tallied a pair of blocks in each contest.

2022 Mr. Basketball finalists

Treysen Eaglestaff, Bismarck
Joe Hurlburt, Enderlin
Jayden Yankton, Four Winds-Minnewaukan
Trey Brandt, Beulah
Michael Nhial, West Fargo Sheyenne

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