Sections

Weather Forecast

Close
Advertisement

Area Girls Basketball: Moenkedick's 40 paces Verndale

Email News Alerts
sports Brainerd, 56401
Brainerd MN 506 James St. / PO Box 974 56401

VERNDALE — Theresa Moenkedick finished with 40 points and 10 steals for the Verndale Pirates as they defeated the New York Mills Eagles 71-57 in a Park Region Conference game Tuesday.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Kristen Kempenich added 10 for the Pirates, who had lost six of its last seven games.

New York Mills 35 22 — 57

Verndale 36 35 — 71

NEW YORK MILLS

Tori Kempenich 3, Kristin Kane 3, Jenna Esala 2, Shelsy Honer 2, Amber Barvels 2, Abe Hendrickx 8, Ellie Rutten 37.

VERNDALE

Kristen Korfe 10, Jordyn Glenz 6, Sarah Moenkedick 8, Jordy Schluttner 3, Keila Schmitz 2, Elyssa Kern 2, Teresa Moenkedick 40. FG 29-60 (48 percent), FT 12-18 (67 percent), 3-point basket: 1-5 (20 percent). Conference: 1-3. Overall: 4-6. Next: hosts Eagle Valley 7:15 p.m. Friday.

Crosby-Ironton 58,

Deer River 19

DEER RIVER — Chelsey Bonsante poured in 18 points and Sienna Miller added 14 in the Crosby-Ironton Rangers’ 58-19 non-conference win over the Deer River Warriors Tuesday night.

Shannon Lundgren pulled down 10 rebounds to go with nine points for the 6-4 Rangers, who led 35-9 at halftime.

Deer River 9 10 — 19

Crosby-Ironton 35 23 — 58

DEER RIVER

Maija Erzar 5, Donna Vellshek 4, Angelina Villeneuve 6, Maggie Swanson 2, Kaylee Rooney 2. FG 8-38 (21 percent), FT 2-3 (67 percent), 3-point basket: Eerzar.

CROSBY-IRONTON

Chelsey Bonsante 18, Hallie Schmidt 2, Bailey Swensen 3, Shannon Lundgren 9, Sienna Miller 14, Missy Foote 6, Abby Gindorff 6. FG 22-55 (40 percent), FT 9-13 (69 percent), 3-point baskets: Bonsante 3, Swenson, Gindorff. Overall: 5-3. Next: at Pelican Rapids 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Pierz 60,

Holdingford 42

PIERZ — Pierz’s Michaela Rocheleau scored 18 points in the Pioneers’ 60-42 win over the Holdingford Huskers in a Central Minnesota Conference matchup Tuesday.

Lindsay Monson and Alyssa Boser each added 12 points with Monson adding 13 boards for the Pioneers, who outrebounded the Huskers 36-18.

Holdingford 14 28 — 42

Pierz 23 37 — 60

HOLDINGFORD

Jodi Middendorf 6, Joelle Erti 14, Erin Mensinger 2, Haley Huls 2, Jacqueline Vogt 3, Jena Volkers 11, Alisha Brinker 4. FG 11-24 (46 percent), FT 17-21 (81 percent), 3-point basket: Erti.

PIERZ

Elizabeth Tomala 1, Bridget Bednar 4, Lisa Langer 6, Michaela Rocheleau 18, Lindsay Monson 12, Megan Boser 7, Alyssa Boser 12. FG 21-38 (55 percent), FT 12-18 (45 percent), 3-point baskets: M. Boser, Langer. Conference: 2-1. Overall: 4-7. Next: at Eden Valley-Watkins 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

Pine River-B 75,

Northland 28

PINE RIVER — Tatum Sheley scored 22 points and added six assists for the Pine River-Backus Tigers in Tuesday’s 75-27 non-conference win over the Northland Eagles.

Brittany Kelley scored 17 points for PR-B followed Megan Felthous’ 13 and Autmn Ackerman’s 10.

Ackerman pulled down 10 rebounds, while Kelley added seven boards and three assists.

Northland 10 18 — 28

Pine River-Backus 43 32 — 75

NORTHLAND

Lizzie Procopio 2, Abby Burch 8, Keyanna Gross 2, Chloe Wolske 6, Kori Dunham 10. FG 11-50 (22 percent), FT 2-6 (33 percent).

PINE RIVER-BACKUS

Journee Howard 2, Tatum Sheley 22, Molly Porta 3, Megan Felthous 13, Brittany Kelley 17, Grace Lemberg 6, Cate Zebroski 2, Autumn Ackerman 10. FG 34-65 (52 percent), FT 7-8 (88 percent). Overall: 7-1. Next: at Blackduck 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

Menahga 75,

Pillager 26

MENAHGA — Sarah Neururer scored 10 points and Lacy Hiltner nine for the Pillager Huskies as they lost 75-26 to the Menahga Braves in a Park Region Conference game Tuesday.

Menahga 48 27 — 75

Pillager 21 5 ­— 26

MENAHGA

Hannah Allebach 4, Shelby Pihlaja 2, Beth Tormanen 6, Arielle Pihlaja 5, Morgan Clements 2, Shannon Skoog 2, Jenny Skoog 2, Jennifer Stifter 2, Tarah Cleveland 35, Maria Tormanen 5, Alicia Ahlf 10. FT 7-12(58 percent).

PILLAGER

Madison Usleman 1, Autumn Borders 3, Paige Leifermann 3, Lacy Hiltner 9, Sarah Neururer 10. FT 11-21(52 percent). Conference: 0-3. Overall: 0-8. Next: hosts Bertha-Hewitt 7:45 p.m. Friday.

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
randomness