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Area Girls Basketball: Pine River-Backus scores 75-point win

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PINE RIVER — Megan Felthouse scored 21 points to lead the Pine River-Backus Tigers to an 83-8 win over the Laporte Wildcats in a Northwoods Conference game Thursday.

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Autumn Ackerman added 16 points for the Tigers, followed by Brittany Kelley with 15, and Kendra Brasel collected 11 steals for PR-B.

Laporte 6 2 — 8

PR-Backus 61 22 — 83

LAPORTE

Claire Londegren 3, Kim Corson 3, Jacey Hegg 2. FG 1-26 (3 percent), FT 6-7 (85 percent).

PINE RIVER-BACKUS

Kendra Brasel 8, Brooke Richards 8, Jess Hanneken 2, Megan Porta 2, Liz Downie 2, Brittany Kelley 15, Megan Felthous 21, Nicole Arends 2, Journee Howard 7, Autumn Ackerman 16. FG 36-66 (54 percent), FT 10-12 (83 percent). 3-point 3-6 (50 percent). Conference: 2-0. Overall: 2-0. Next: host Kelliher-Northome 1 p.m. Saturday.

Aitkin 63,

East Central 39

AITKIN — Cassie Sandberg’s 17 points helped the Aitkin Gobblers to a 63-39 Great River Conference victory over the East Central Eagles Thursday.

Bailey Nordean scored 11 for the Gobblers and Mikayla Michaletz added 10.

East Central 26 13 — 39

Aitkin 31 32 — 63

EAST CENTRAL

Samantha Koland 2, Kirsten Shank 4, Lizzy Swanson 8, Hana Fletcher 13, Taylor Johnson 3, Morgan Johnson 9. FT 12-20 (60 percent).

AITKIN

Bailey Nordean 11, Madison Newton 3, Melissa Paulson 8, Cassie Sandberg 17, Jenae Herron 4, Lisa Anderson 8, Mikayla Michaletz 10, Nataly Milbradt 2. FT 11-17 (65 percent). Conference: 1-0. Overall: 2-1. Next: at Deer River 7:15 p.m. Friday.

Crosby-Ironton 52,

Hill City 20

CROSBY — Chelsey Bonsante led the scoring with 20 points for the Crosby-Ironton Rangers in a 52-20 non-conference win over the Hill City Hornets Thursday.

Lauren Peterson added 10 points and Shannon Lundgren collected nine points and nine rebounds for the Rangers,

Hill City 7 13 — 20

Crosby-Ironton 24 28 — 52

HILL CITY

Jenna Ihle 2, Caitlin Crandall 4, Sam Katzenberger 4, Courtney Welk 6, Carly Welk 2, Hallie Bishop 3. FG 7-30 (23 percent), FT 5-17 (29 percent).

CROSBY-IRONTON

Lauren Peterson 10, Gabrelle Hudrlik 2, Chelsey Bonsante 20, Hallie Schmidt 1, Meredith Silgen 8, Shannon Lundgren 9, Cyan Hale 2. FG 13-47 (27 percent), FT 11-15 (73 percent). 3-point 5-22 (22 percent). Conference: 2-0. Overall: 3-0. Next: host Staples-Motley 7:15 p.m. Tuesday.

Princeton 59,

Little Falls 26

LITTLE FALLS — Kendra Pohlman scored seven points for the Little Falls Flyers as they lost their first Granite Ridge Conference game of the season 59-26 to the Princeton Tigers Thursday.

PRINCETON

FG 21-62 (34 percent), FT 16-26 (62 percent).

LITTLE FALLS

Chantelle Anderson 4, Katie Stewart 4, Kendra Pohlman 7, Gabby Nouis 4, Melanie Dorn 3, Jennifer Ronning 4. FG 10-48 (21 percent), FT 6-9 (67 percent). 3-point 0-10 (0 percent). Conference: 0-1. Overall: 0-4. Next: host Brainerd 2:30 p.m. Saturday.

Upsala 80, Pillager 29

PILLAGER — Katelyn Peterson and Lacy Hiltner each scored eight points, but Pillager managed only 13 more as a team in a 80-29 loss to Upsala in a non-conference game Thursday.

The Cardinals held the Huskies to three points in the second half.

Upsala 48 32 — 80

Pillager 26 3 — 29

UPSALA

Brooke Westrich 13, Sadie Welinski 8, Aimee Pelzer 20, Danica Cheney 9, Sara Herzog 21, Alissa Zehrer 6, Kaelin Smieja 2. FT 13-23 (57 percent).

PILLAGER

Gabby Martin 3, Carly Bell 2, Autumn Borders 3, Katelyn Peterson 8, Lacy Hiltner 8, Sarah Neururer 5. FT 3-8 (38 percent). Overall: 0-3. Next: at Sebeka 7:30 p.m. Dec. 13.

Staples-Motley 66,

Detroit Lakes 45

DETROIT LAKES — Jasmine McGillivray led all scorers with 21 points, including four threes, to lead the Staples-Motley Cardinals past the Detroit Lakes Lakers 66-45 in a Mid-State Conference game Thursday.

Kelly Pearson added 10 points for the Cardinals.

Detroit Lakes 25 20 — 45

Staples-Motley 29 37 — 66

DETROIT LAKES

Megan Lindquist 4, Shay Nielsen 6, Marissa Bridgeman 2, Brooklyn Thompson 2, Kyley Foster 6, Hailey Jorgenson 2, Trisa hutchinson 16, Karli Kerzman 4, Brooke Olson 3. FG 15-33 (45 percent), FT 14-25 (56 percent).

STAPLES-MOTLEY

Jaelin Beachy 8, Mikayla Wing 9, Kaitlin Spar 4, Kelly Pearson 10, Kyann Nyhus 6, Grace Wolhowe 8, Jasmine McGillivray 21. FG 21-50 (42 percent), FT 12-18 (67 percent). 3-point 12-32 (38 percent). Conference: 2-0. Overall: 3-2. Next: host Park Rapids 7:15 p.m. Friday.

Wadena-DC 52,

Perham 37

PERHAM — Emily Miron scored 12 points and Hope Theisen and Caitlin Volkmann each contributed 11 as the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines stung the Perham Yellowjackets 52-37 in a non-conference game Thursday.

Perham 17 20 — 37

Wadena-DC 32 20 — 52

PERHAM

Shania Pederson, Tina Scheidecker 9, Olivia Nelson, Allison Smith 6, Emily Tobkin 2, Reagan Vaughn, Brittany Miller 4, Analea Erickson 10, Rachel Nelson, Susan Merkis 2, Miranda Lockart 2, Sydney Roberts 2.

WADENA-DEER CREEK

Hope Theisen 11, Sydney Schissel 4, Caitlin Volkmann 11, Emily Miron 12, Courtney Dumpprope 4, Melissa Moenkedick 6, Jennifer Craig 4. Overall: 2-2. Next: host Detroit Lakes 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

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