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Area Boys Basketball: Cards win third straight

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Area Boys Basketball: Cards win third straight
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STAPLES — Seth Auger’s 18 points propelled the Staples-Motley Cardinals to a 77-54 non-conference victory over the Verndale Pirates Thursday.

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Kyle Janson and Jordan Wick each added 14 for the Cardinals, who have won three straight.

Verndale was led by Dallas Erhmantraut’s game-high 23 points and Aaron Denny’s 18 points and eight rebounds.

Verndale 30 24 — 54

Staples-Motley 43 34 — 77

VERNDALE

Marcos Gomez 6, Dallas Ehrmantraut 23, Josh Gilb 5, Travis Lollar 2, Aaron Denny 18. FG 18-59 (30 percent), FT 13-16 (81 percent), 3-point baskets: 5. Overall: 6-14. Next: hosts Sebeka 7:45 p.m. Tuesday.

STAPLES-MOTLEY

Kyle Jansson 14, Shane Suess 2, Brian Huber 10, Jordan Wick 14, Jalen Busker 5, Tyler Holub 3, Seth Auger 19, Grant Longbella 8, Zach Borders 2. FG 30-59 (51 percent), FT 8-12 (67 percent), 3-point baskets: 9. Overall: 7-15. Next: at Detroit Lakes 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Crosby-Ironton 67,

Upsala 61

CROSBY — Will Goodwin scored 16 points to lead the Crosby-Ironton Rangers over the Upsala Cardinals 67-61 in a non-conference game Thursday.

C-I’s Caleb Baker scored 13 points followed by Jacob Goodwin’s 10 points and Michael Hoge’s 10 points. Daniel Hudrlik added 15 rebounds for the 14-9 Rangers.

Upsala 29 32 — 61

Crosby-Ironton 33 34 — 67

UPSALA

Eric Frieler 12, Matt Abeler 2, Christian Pekarek 7, Avery Smieja 13, Andy Nelson 9, Garrett Wolf 2, Nick Frieler 2, Dylan Zimmerman 8, Thomas Ripplinger 6. FG 24-53 (45 percent), FT 6-8 (75 percent), 3-point baskets: 7-22 (32 percent).

CROSBY-IRONTON

Jacob Goodwin 10, Will Goodwin 16, Michael Hoge 10, Caleb Baker 13, Riley Jacobs 5, Jordaan Reynolds 4, Daniel Hudrlik 9. FG 24-65 (40 percent), FT 11-23 (48 percent), 3-point baskets: 8-25 (32 percent). Overall: 14-9. Next: at Pequot Lakes 7:15 p.m. Friday.

Pillager 69,

Bertha-Hewitt 55

PILLAGER — EJ Ziegler and Cole Hunstad tallied 17 points apiece to lead the Pillager Huskies past the Bertha-Hewitt Bears 69-55 in a key Park Region Conference matchup Thursday.

Hunstad pulled down 11 rebounds and Devin Strack pitched in 10 points to help the Huskies improve to 9-1 in the conference and take possession of first place in the conference with a 9-1 record. Henning, who Pillager was tied with, lost to Menahga Thursday.

The Huskies only conference loss was to Bertha-Hewitt on Jan. 13.

Bertha-Hewitt 18 37 — 55

Pillager 39 30 — 69

BERTHA-HEWITT

Preston Riewer 5, Trevor Murphy 6, Michael Grewe 4, Daryn Kirscht 4, Matthew Frethem 28, Zachary Tranvik 8. FT 8-12 (67 percent), 3-point baskets: 1.

PILLAGER

Devin Strack 10, Alex Holbrook 3, Conner Uselman 2, Matt Doss 9, EJ Ziegler 17, Cole Hunstad 17, Adam Obermiller 9, Isaac Jacobson 2. FT 11-17 (65 percent), 3-point baskets: 6. Conference: 9-1. Overall: 16-5. Next: at Northland 3 p.m. Saturday.

Moose Lake-WR 61,

Aitkin 55

MOOSE LAKE — Nathan Ehnstrom scored 20 points for the Aitkin Gobblers as they lost to the Moose Lake-Willow River Rebels 61-55 in a Section 7-2A match up Thursday.

Alex Anderson scored 12 and Danny Dally followed with 11 for the 8-13 Gobblers.

Moose Lake-Willow River 14 47 — 61

Aitkin 26 29 — 55

MOOSE LAKE-WILLOW RIVER

Andy Olson 10, Tony Adamczak 5, Matt Mach 2, Taylor Mattison 24, Caleb Koecher 14, Ezra Szczyrbak 6. FT 13-19 (68 percent).

AITKIN

Nathan Ehnstrom 20, Peter Zasmeta 4, Alex Anderson 12, Danny Dally 11, Ryan Anderson 2, Dean Lynn 6. FT 1-5 (20 percent). Overall: 8-13. Next: at International Falls 6 p.m. Friday.

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Denton (Denny) Newman Jr.
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