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PILLAGER — Kurtis Moody scored 17 points and Tomas Parker added 16 as the Pequot Lakes Patriots handed the Pillager Huskies an 82-50 non-conference loss Thursday.

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Brian Craig chipped in 14 points for the Patriots, who improved to 8-3.

Adam Obermiller and Jordan Hunstad each finished with 15 points to lead the Huskies. Cole Hunstad finished with 13 points. 

Pequot Lakes  47 35 — 82 

Pillager          27 23 — 50

PEQUOT LAKES

Jordan Anderson 5, Logan Lange 8, Brian Craig 14, Nevin Greer 7, Riley Johnson 5, Kurtis Moody 17, Steve Duval 9, Tomas Parker 16, Jordan Redmond 1. FT 12-17 (71 percent). Overall: 8-3. Next: at Pelican Rapids 3:30 p.m. Saturday.

PILLAGER

Brady Feist 4, Adam Obermiller 15, EJ Ziegler 2, Jordan Hunstad 15, Cole Hunstad 13, Isaac Jacobson 1. FT 9-18 (50 percent). Overall: 0-9. Next: at Henning 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Lake Region 44, Tri-City 25  

CHISAGO CITY — Daniel Newton scored 15 points to help the Lake Region Christian School Hornets collect their second win of the season during the first round of the Chisago tournament Thursday with a 44-25 win over Tri-City

Dave Jensen added 12 rebounds and eight assists for the Hornets.

Tri-City       21   4 — 25

Lake Region 22 22 — 44

TRI-CITY

Isaac Curtis 15, Ben Rippe 7, Seth Sanders 3. FT 5-10 (50 percent).

LAKE REGION

Josh Gazelka 12, Patrick Trout 9, Daniel Newton 15, Corbin Moore 8. FG 17-43 (40 percent), FT 6-8 (75 percent). Overall: 2-8. Next: at Chisago Lakes Invitational vs. AFSA (Vadnais Heights) 3:45 p.m.

Pierz 75, Rockford 59 

ST. CLOUD — Preston Weber poured in 27 pounds leading the Pierz Pioneers to a 75-59 win over the Rockford Rockets in Thursday’s Central Minnesota Conference game at St. Cloud State University

Caleb Janson added 15 points and 12 rebounds.

Rockford 31 28 — 59

Pierz     40 35 — 75

ROCKFORD

Taylor Dumas 4, Trevor Lofstedt 4, Nicholas Monssen 27, Travis Peterson 2, Alec Raabe 2, Christopher Smith 4, Nicholas Tully 9, Jordan Hubbs 2, Chad Robinson 2, Karsten Paulsen 2, Jesse Gabler 1. FT 17-26 (65 percent).

PIERZ

Mitch Bednar 3, Josh Templin 2, Ben Boser 6, Preston Weber 27, Tyler Gangl 8, Caleb Janson 15, Dylan Kummet 4, Michael Marshik 8, Culin Carter 2. FT 18-29 (62 percent). Conference: 3-0. Overall: 5-5. Next: at Albany 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Onamia 54, Aitkin 45  

ONAMIA — Danny Daily tallied 13 points and Nathan Ehnstrom finished with 12, but the Aitkin Gobblers dropped their fourth straight game with a 54-45 loss to Onamia in Great River Conference action Thursday.

Onamia  28 26 — 54

Aitkin    17  28 — 45

ONAMIA

Corvez Howez 17, Jonathon Roberson 8, Caleb Nieken 6, Robert Oswaldson 10, Zach Kieffer 4, Steven Crotty 5, Ben Sam 4. FT 2-6 (33 percent).

AITKIN

Jaron Brezinsky 5, Nathan Ehnstrom 12, Bryan Zenke 7, Kylan Hill 4, Eric Raushel 2, Danny Daily 13, Eric O’Neil 2. FT 6-11 (55 percent). Conference: 2-5. Overall: 3-8. Next: at East Central 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

New York Mills  65, Wadena-Deer Creek 57

NEW YORK MILLS — Jordan Reed poured in 21 points during the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines’ 65-57 non-conference loss to the New York Mills Eagles Thursday.

Ryan Redfield and Scott Fillhouer each added 10 points for the 4-4 Wolverines.

New York Mills        34 31 — 65

Wadena-Deer Creek 22 35 — 57

NEW YORK MILLS

Bryce Pazdernik 2, Tanner Wegscheid 2, Sam Sileter , Isaiah Bauck 13, Tristan Huwe 16, Spencer Imsande 6, Adam Snelgrove 17, Frank Peeters 11. FT 20-23 (87 percent).

WADENA-DEER CREEK

Evan VanErp 5, Josh Sherman 5, Ryan Redfield 10, Isaiah Toedter 6, Jordan Reed 21, Scott Fillhouer 10. FT 11-19 (58 percent). Overall: 4-4. Next: hosts Pelican Rapids 7:15 p.m. Monday.

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