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Area Girls Basketball: Sheley scores 36 in PR-B victory

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NEVIS — Tatum Sheley led all scorers with 36 points to help the Pine River-Backus Tigers run their Northwoods Conference record to 8-0 with a 65-42 win over Nevis Tuesday.

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Brittany Kelley contributed 14 points, 13 rebounds and five assists for the Tigers.

Nevis 26 16 — 42

Pine River-Backus 30 35 — 65

NEVIS

Megan Norby 8, Kate Dierkhising 9, Riley Hanson 8, Jordan Walters 7, Mattie Hjelseth 4, Betsy Hjelseth 4, Katherine Anderson 2.

PINE RIVER-BACKUS

Kendra Brasel 4, Tatum Sheley 22, Molly Porta 2, Megan Felthous 6, Brittany Kelley 14, Grace Lemberg 8, Autumn Ackerman 9. FG 28-62 (45 percent), FT 9-11 (82 percent). Conference: 8-0. Overall: 11-6. Next: host Clearbrook-Gonvick 2 p.m. Friday.

Crosby-Ironton 43,

Grand Rapids 22

GRAND RAPIDS — Chelsey Bonsante scored 23 points and turned in five steals and four assists to lead the Crosby-Ironton Rangers to their fifth win in a row, 43-22 over the Grand Rapids Thunderhawks in a non-conference game Tuesday.

Grand Rapids 12 10 – 22

Crosby-Ironton 19 24 — 43

GRAND RAPIDS

Brittany Koss 2, Karley Peterson 2, Kaitllyn Olson 2, Jessa Sondorgaard 5, Taylor Kane 5, Katie Anderson 1, Megan Allen 5. FG: 8-26 FT: 6-13 ( percent)

CROSBY-IRONTON

Chelsey Bonsante 23, Meredith Silgen 2, Shannon Lundgren 4, Sienna Miller 6, Katrina Blom 2, Missy Foote 6. FG 15-34 (44 percent), FT 11-15 (73 percent), 3-point baskets: 2. Overall: 10-7. Next: host Staples-Motley 7:15 p.m. Thursday.

Lake Region 60,

St. Francis 19

ST. FRANCIS — Bethany Cressman scored 21 points as the Lake Region Hornets blew out the St. Francis Patriots 60-19 Tuesday to improve to 10-0 in Minnesota Association of Christian Schools play.

Marlee Moore added 14 points for the 15-1 Hornets.

St. Francis 16 3 — 19

Lake Region 33 27 — 60

ST. FRANCIS

Jessica Springer 2, Danielle Day 2, Lea Boring 5, Marah Horner 8, Amanda Anderson 2.

LAKE REGION

Emily Beltran 2, Autumn Martin 4, Marlee Moore 14, Grace Czeczok 4, Bethany Cressman 21, Sam Snow 4, Molly Grider 5, Rachel Wiedell 4, Taylor Snow 2. FT 2-13 ( percent), 3-point basket: 0. Conference: 10-0. Overall: 15-1. Next: at Chisago 4 p.m. Tuesday.

Pequot Lakes 85,

Park Rapids 32

PARK RAPIDS — Mattie Lueck scored 20 points to lead the Pequot Lakes Patriots to their sixth win in the last seven games, an 85-32 Mid-State Conference win over Park Rapids Tuesday.

Brittny Bzdok and Kayla Miller each had 13 points for the 10-8 Patriots.

Park Rapids 15 17 — 32

Pequot Lakes 48 37 — 85

PARK RAPIDS

Justine Rittgers 2, Hope Johnson 2, Megan Grimes 5, Katie Klein 3, Tori Lauderbaugh 5, Charity Ridlon 7, Greta Hanson 2, Katelyn Hilmanowski 3, Grace Bateman 3.

PEQUOT LAKES

Brittny Bzdok 13, Mattie Lueck 20, Vanessa Lane 10, Rachel Mott 8, Katie White 5, Megan Hogen 8, Kayla Miller 13, Abby Palmer 6, Carissa Maher 2. FT 2-12 (17 percent). Conference: 4-3. Overall: 10-8. Next: at Esko 7:15 p.m. Monday.

Verndale 43,

Henning 40

HENNING — Teresa Moenkedick tallied 26 points to lead the Verndale Pirates to a 43-40 win over the Henning Hornets in Tuesday’s Park Region Conference game.

Jordy Schluttner pulled down 14 rebounds for the 8-10 Pirates.

Henning 19 21 — 40

Verndale 20 23 —43

HENNING

Megan Richter 10, Casey Haugdahl 14, Gretchen Freed 8, MaKenna Kaiser 8.

VERNDALE

Kristen Korfe 9, Jordyn Glenz 6, Sarah Moenkedick 2, Teresa Moenkedick 26. FT 12-20 (60 percent), 3-point basket: 1. Conference: 4-5. Overall: 8-10. Next: at New York Mills 7:45 p.m. Friday.

Wadena-DC 40,

Detroit Lakes 21

WADENA — Emily Miron finished with 17 points and Wadena-Deer Creek recovered from a low-scoring first half to defeat Detroit Lakes 40-21 in a Mid-State Conference matchup Tuesday.

The Wolverines scored just eight points in the first half, but held a one-point lead over the Lakers at the break.

Detroit Lakes 7 14 — 21

Wadena-Deer Creek 8 32 — 40

DETROIT LAKES

Courtney Gray 2, Courtney Hedstrom 3, Shay Nielsen 1, Kayli Muckenhim 7, Trisa Hutchinson 8. FT 6-12 (50 percent).

WADENA-DEER CREEK

Hope Theisen 9, Sydney Schissel 2, Caitlin Volkmann 6, Emily Miron 17, Avery Jackson 4, Melissa Moenkedick 2. FG 13-44 (30 percent), FT 9-13 (69 percent), 3-point basket: 5-22 (23 percent). Conference: 4-3. Overall: 14-5. Next: host Long Prairie-Grey Eagle 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Pierz 79, Foley 63

FOLEY — Lindsay Monson scored 23 points to lead the Pierz Pioneers past the Foley Falcons 79-63 in a non-conference game Tuesday.

Megan Boser added 16 and both Lisa Langer and Alyssa Boser scored 10 for the Pioneers, who have won seven of their last eight.

Foley 28 35 — 63

Pierz 29 50 — 79

FOLEY

Alex DeMarais 16, Kristen Zapf 7, Melaina Helmin 3, Emily Marquette 2, Ashley Thell 6, Alexa Herbst 4, Tara Dusharm 25. FG 15-23 (65 percent), FT 12-19 (63 percent).

PIERZ

Elizabeth Tomala 5, Bridget Bednar 8, Lisa Langer 10, Michaela Rocheleau 7, Lindsay Monson 23, Megan Boser 16, Alyssa Boser 10. FG 26-44 (59 percent), FT 12-20 (60 percent). Overall: 10-8. Next: at Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

Sebeka 78,

Pillager 20

SEBEKA — Autumn Borders hit a pair of 3-pointers and finished with six points in the Pillager Huskies’ 78-20 Park Region Conference loss to the Sebeka Trojans Tuesday.

Sebeka 60 18 — 78

Pillager 8 12 — 20

SEBEKA

Jasmine Titcomb 6, Heidi Olson 2, Katianne Brockpahler 8, Logan Redetzke 11, Alicia Boe 19, Aleashia Rathcke 3, Brett Brockpahler 16, Jessica Lillquist 13. FT 11-25 (44 percent). 3-pointer baskets: 1.

PILLAGER

Carly Bell 4, Autumn Borders 6, Katelyn Peterson 3, Lacy Hiltner 3, Sarah Neururer 4. FT 2-4 (50 percent), 3-point basket: 2. Conference: 0-9. Overall: 0-18. Next: at Royalton 7:45 p.m. Monday.

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