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Area girls basketball: Monson helps Pierz to sixth straight win

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PIERZ — Lindsay Monson finished with 17 points and 10 rebounds for the Pierz Pioneers as they completed their sixth consecutive win with a 50-42 victory over the Kimball Cubs in a Central Minnesota Conference game Tuesday.

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Michaela Rocheleau added 15 points and 10 rebounds, followed by Lisa Langer with 10 points and three steals.

Pierz 22 28 — 50

Kimball 16 26 — 42

KIMBALL

Brooke Merten 1, Breane Meierhofer 2, Erin Dingmann 6, Casie Mackereth 10, Amanda Wittenberg 23.

PIERZ

Elizabeth Tomala 2, Bridget Bednar 1, Lisa Langer 10, Michaela Rocheleau 15, Lindsay Monson 17, Megan Boser 1, Alyssa Boser 4. FG 15-26 (57 percent), FT 14-32 (44 percent). Conference: 6-1. Overall: 9-7. Next: at Rockford 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Wadena-Deer Creek 51,

Breckenridge 44

WADENA — Emily Miron pumped in 25 points to lead the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines to a 51-44 win over the Breckenridge Cowboys Tuesday night in a non-conference game.

Breckenridge 23 21 — 44

Wadena-Deer Creek 31 20 — 51

BRECKENRIDGE

Amber Vold 2, Morgan LeNoue 6, Katrina Dahlgren 19, Sierra Steckler 5, Kennedy Conzemius 4, Alison Beyer 4, Haley Bommersbach 4. FT 12-22.

WADENA-DEER CREEK

Hope Theisen 5, Sydney Schissel 2, Caitlin Volkmann 7, Emily Miron 25, Avery Jackson 6, Melissa Moenkedick 6. FT 13-24. Overall: 12-4. Next: at Pine River-Backus 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

Walker-H-A 69, Pillager 34

WALKER — The Pillager Huskies are still seeking their first win after losing 69-34 to Walker-Hackensack-Akeley in a non-conference game Tuesday.

Autumn Borders led the Huskies with 11 points.

Walker-H-A 37 32 — 69

Pillager 15 19 — 34

WALKER-HACKENSACK-AKELEY

Brenna Kennedy 5, Sarah Hawn 12, A. Gapinski 1, Amanda Trosen 8, Paige Parks 11, Maxine Smith 17, Tara Anderson 10, Codi Gnoinski 5. FT 5-7. 3-point baskets: 8.

PILLAGER

Madison Uselman 6, Dawn Swartz 2, Autumn Borders 11, Melinda Cunningham 2, Lacy Hiltner 9, Sarah Neururer 4. FT 5-12 (42 percent), 3-point basket: 3. Overall: 0-16. Next: host Menahga 7:45 p.m. Thursday.

Braham 77, Aitkin 27

BRAHAM — Melissa Paulson scored 10 points for the Aitkin Gobblers as they lost to Class 2A’s fourth-ranked Braham Bombers 77-27 in a Great River Conference game Tuesday night.

The Bombers, the defending Class 2A state champions, received 27 points from Rebekah Dahlman.

Braham 44 33 — 77

Aitkin 14 13 — 27

BRAHAM

Austin Eng 13, Kayla Nickles 15, Becca Cuda 4, Kelsey Sorenson-Giffrow 16, Rebekah Dahlman 27, Amanda Sybrant 2. FT: 5-5 (100 percent)

AITKIN

Bailey Nordean 2, Madison Newton 2, Emily Lundgren 2, Melissa Paulson 10, Megan Welshons 4, Lisa Anderson 1, Mikayla Michaletz 2, Carene Bayerle 4. FT 5-10 (50 percent). Conference: 4-6. Overall: 8-8. Next: host Ogilvie 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

Cathedral 73,

Little Falls 61

LITTLE FALLS — Whitney Weisz scored 21 points for the Little Falls Flyers in a 73-61 loss to the St. Cloud Cathedral Crusaders in a Granite Ridge Conference game Tuesday night.

Jamie Jenks added 17 and Annie Ploof 14 for the Flyers.

St. Cloud Cathedral 34 39 — 73

Little Falls 32 29 — 61

CATHEDRAL

Sophie Harris 23, Erin Stocker 12, Jena Todd 10, Jenna Januschka 21, Stephanie Waletzko 5, Abbie Hagen 6. FG 27-62 (44 percent). FT 13-20 (65 percent), 3-point basket: 6-11 (55 percent).

LITTLE FALLS

Annie Ploof 14, Mariah Burns 3, Makayla Jorgensen 4, Whitney Weisz 21, Jamie Jenks 17, Jennifer Ronning 2. FG 25-82 (30 percent), FT 7-18 (39 percent), 3-point basket: 4-11 (36 percent). Conference: 4-1. Overall: 9-8. Next: at Alexandria 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

Isle 51, Pine River-Backus 45

ISLE — Tatum Sheley scored 24 points for the Pine River-Backus Tigers as they were defeated 51-45 by the Isle Huskies in a non-conference game Tuesday night.

Isle 32 19 — 51

Pine River-Backus 19 26 — 45

ISLE

Amber Zimpel 6, Maja Coomes 5, Jordan Haggberg 4, Tember Cooper 6, Lindsey Lahr 12, Jessica Benjamin 2, Alanah Boser 2, Cassie Walters 14. FG 17-54 (31 percent), FT 6-11 (55 percent), 3-point basket: 6-17 (35 percent).

PINE RIVER-BACKUS

Tatum Sheley 24, Molly Porta 4, Megan Felthous 3, Brittany Kelley 9, Autumn Ackerman 5. FG 17-49 (35 percent), FT 10-14 (71 percent), 3-point basket: 1-8 (12 percent). Overall: 10-5. Next: host Wadena-Deer Creek 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

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