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Pearson helps S-M seize sole possession of first

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STAPLES — Led by Kelly Pearson’s game-high 18 points, the Staples-Motley Cardinals took over sole possession of first place in the Mid-State Conference with a 57-42 win over the Detroit Lakes Lakers Friday.

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Both teams entered the game with 4-0 Mid-State records.

Jasmine McGillvray added 13 points and Bobbi Jo Mathe 10 for the 11-2 Cards, who are ranked second in Class 2A.

Detroit Lakes 19 23 — 42

Staples-Motley 27 30 — 57

DETROIT LAKES

Makenzie Gedrose 3, Courtney Gray 12, Courtney Hedstrom 3, Shay Nielsen 4, Kayli Muckenheim 8, Trisa Hutchinson 12. FG 17-61 (28 percent), FT 6-8 (75 percent). 3-point baskets: 2.

STAPLES-MOTLEY

Mackenzie Holst 4, Mikayla Wing 4, Kelly Pearson 18, KyAnn Nyhus 8, Jasmine McGillvray 13, Bobbi Jo Mathe 10. FG 23-45 ( percent), FT 3-6 (50 percent), 3-point basket: 8 Pearson 3, Nyhus 2, McGillvray 3. Conference: 5-0. Overall: 11-2. Next: host Park Rapids 7:15 p.m. Thursday.

Pequot Lakes 42,

Crosby-Ironton 35

PEQUOT LAKES — Kayla Miller led all scorers with 19 points and the Pequot Lakes Patriots won their third straight game as they defeated the Crosby-Ironton Rangers 42-35 in a Mid-State Conference game Friday.

Mattie Lueck added 11 points and seven steals while Miller had six steals for the Patriots, who improved to 2-2 in conference play and 7-7 overall.

Chelsey Bonsante led the Rangers with 18 points while Missy Foote grabbed 10 rebounds as C-I lost its third straight to fall to 1-4 in conference action and 5-6 overall.

Pequot Lakes 21 21 — 42

Crosby-Ironton 18 17 — 35

PEQUOT LAKES

Mattie Lueck 11, Rachel Mott 4, Megan Hogen 6, Kayla Miller 19, Jessica Kreitz 2. FG 15-50 (42 percent), FT 12-17 (71 percent). Conference: 2-2. Overall: 7-7. Next: at Wadena-Deer Creek 7:15 p.m. Tuesday.

CROSBY-IRONTON

Chelsey Bonsante 18, Meredith Silgen 2, Shannon Lundgren 4, Sienna Miller 4, Missy Foote 7. FG 14-46 (30 percent), FT 4-6 (67 percent). Conference: 1-4. Overall: 5-6. Next: at Detroit Lakes 7:15 p.m. Tuesday.

Aitkin 62,

Pine City 45

PINE CITY — Madison Newton scored 18 points, knocking down four baskets from behind the arc, as the Aitkin Gobblers beat the Pine City Dragons 62-45 in a Great River Conference game Friday.

Carene Bayerle and Mikayla Michaletz each scored 12 points while Bailey Nordean scored 10 and grabbed 16 rebounds for the Gobblers, who evened their record at 6-6.

Pine City 11 34 — 45

Aitkin 31 31 — 62

PINE CITY

Audrianna McKellar 2, Gretchen Linzmeier 22, Emily Koecher 7, Natalie Kolling 2, Becca Broz 5, Amie Yerke 2, Alexis Cummings 5. FT 8-17 (47 percent).

AITKIN

Bailey Nordean 10, Madison Newton 18, Emily Lundgren 5, Melissa Paulson 4, Megan Welshons 1, Mikayla Michaletz 12, Carene Bayerle 12. FT 16-26 (62 percent). 3-point baskets: 8-15 (53 percent). Overall: 6-6. Next: at East Central 7:15 p.m. Tuesday.

Pierz 78,

Maple Lake 69

MAPLE LAKE — Alyssa Boser led all scorers with 17 points and 12 rebounds for the Pierz Pioneers in their third straight victory, 78-69 against the Maple Lake Irish in a Central Minnesota Conference game Friday.

Bridget Bednar and Lisa Langer both added 13 points for the Pioneers, followed by Lindsay Monson who scored 12 points and contributed 11 rebounds.

Brooke Decker led scoring for the Irish with 32 points.

Pierz 43 35 — 78

Maple Lake 31 38 — 69

MAPLE LAKE

Rachel Latour 8, Brooke Decker 32, Hannah Haegele 14, Emily Webb 1, Shelby Rachel 7, Dani Hudek 4, Kayla Sturm, Lauryn Aanerud 3. FG 24-42 (57 percent), FT 12-20 (60 percent), 3-point basket 3-11 (27 percent).

PIERZ

Tiara Hopkins 2, Elizabeth Tomala 7, Bridget Bednar 13, Lisa Langer 13, Michaela Rocheleau 6 , Lindsay Monson 12, Megan Boser 5, Alyssa Boser 17. FG 27-41 (65 percent), FT 12-20 (60 percent),12-20 3-point basket: 4-12 (33 percent). Conference: 4-1. Overall: 6-7. Next: host Osakis 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Lake Region 32,

Owatonna 30

FRIDLEY — Marlee Moore’s season-high 16 points helped the Lake Region Christian Hornets hold on to defeat Owatonna Christian 32-30 Friday.

A 3-point shot by Owatonna rimmed out with no time remaining to preserve the Hornets’ victory.

Bethany Cressman added nine points for the 8-1 Hornets.

Owatonna Christian 14 16 — 30

Lake Region 15 17 — 32

OWATONNA

B. Corurne 6, C. Jorgenson 4, R. Leunell 11, A. Larson 4, K. Weil 5.

LAKE REGION

Emily Beltran 3, Liz Anderson 2, Marlee Moore 16, Grace Czeczok 2, Bethany Cressman 9. Conference. 7-0. Overall: 8-1. Next: host Maplewood Academy 4 p.m. Tuesday.

Nevis 70, Pillager 37

NEVIS — Katelyn Peterson drilled five three-pointers and finished with 17 points in the Pillager Huskies’ 70-37 loss to Nevis in a non-conference game Friday.

Paige Leifermann added nine points for the Huskies, who drop to 0-12.

Nevis 35 35 — 70

Pillager 12 25 — 37

NEVIS

Megan Norby 14, Kate Dierkhising 5, Riley Hanson 12, Jordan Walters 5, Karly Drury 5, Mattie Hjelseth 4, Betsy Hjelseth 19, Katie Becker 2, Katherine Anderson 4. FT 6-8 (75 percent). 3-point basket: 2.

PILLAGER

Madison Uselman 2, Autumn Borders 1, Katelyn Peterson 17, Paige Leifermann 9, Lacy Hiltner 4, Sarah Neururer 4. FT 2-4 (50 percent), 3-point basket: Peterson 5. Conference: 0-5. Overall: 0-12. Next: host Verndale 7:45 p.m. Tuesday.

Sebeka 73,

PR-Backus 61

PINE RIVER — The Pine River-Backus Tigers were handed their second loss of the season, 73-61 by the Sebeka Trojans despite a game-high 24 points from Tatum Sheley in Friday’s non-conference game.

Brittany Kelley added 19 points for the Tigers who had won three in a row.

“We were disappointed with the loss, but Sebeka (12-3) is a good team and Brittany Kelley played very well,” said PR-B coach Randy Schwegel.

Sebeka 40 33 — 73

Pine River-Backus 31 30 — 61

SEBEKA

Heidi Olson 4, Jasmine Titcomb 23, Katianne Brockpahler 7, Logan Redetzke 3, Alicia Boe 18, Brett Brockpahler 4, Jessica Lillquist 14. FG 24-46 (52 percent), FT 19-24 (79 percent), 3-point-baskets: 8.

PINE RIVER-BACKUS

Tatum Sheley 24, Molly Porta 1, Megan Felthous 8, Brittany Kelley 19, Grace Lemberg 4, Autumn Ackerman 5. FG 23-57 (40 percent), FT 9-23 (39 percent), 3-point basket: Sheley 2, Kelley 4.Overall: 9-2. Next: at Upsala 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

St. Cloud Tech 72,

Little Falls 36

LITTLE FALLS — Whitney Weisz scored 18 points for the Little Falls Flyers as they were defeated 72-36 by the St. Cloud Tech Tigers in a non-conference game Friday.

Anessa Rosch led the Tigers with 16 points, followed by Bobbie Bohlig with 14 and Anne Soenneker with 13.

St. Cloud Tech 37 35 — 72

Little Falls 23 13 — 36

TECH

Annessa Rosch 16, Kristin Wurm 10, Natasha Ambrose 6, Kalia Burroughs 9, Bobbie Bohlig 14, Leah Wurm 2, Anne Soenneker 13, Tiana Brown 2. FG 27-73 (37 percent), FT 10-17 (59 percent), 3-point basket: 8-14 (57 percent).

LITTLE FALLS

Annie Ploof 4, Mariah Burns 6, Jennifer Hortness 4, Whitney Weisz 18, Jamie Jenks 3, Gabby Nouis 1. FG 14-49 (29 percent), FT 6-13 (46 percent), 3-point basket: 2-5 (40 percent). Overall: 8-6. Next: host Sauk Rapids 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

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Denton (Denny) Newman Jr.
I've worked at the Brainerd Dispatch with various duties since Dec. 7, 1983. Starting off as an Ad Designer and currently Director of Audience Development. The Dispatch has been an interesting and challenging place to work. I'm fortunate to have made many friends, both co-workers and customers.
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