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Area Girls Basketball: Gobblers share the fun in victory

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DEER RIVER — Bailey Nordean scored 10 points to lead the Aitkin Gobblers to a 55-24 non-conference win over the Deer River Warriors Friday.

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Every player scored for the 3-1 Gobblers.

Deer River 13 11 — 24

Aitkin 29 26 — 55

DEER RIVER

Kelsey Fairbanks 2, Tayler Goggleye, Donna Velishek 5, Gina Schimek 6, Caitlin Fairbanks 2, Tali Plate 4, Angelina Villeneuve 3, Maggie Swanson, Kristen Vickerman 2, Kayla Root . FG (percent), FT 2-10 (20 percent).

AITKIN

Bailey Nordean 10, Madison Newton 8, Melissa Paulson 9, Megan Welshons 6, Cassie Sandberg 8, Jenae Herron 2, Lisa Anderson 3, Mikayla Michaletz 8, Nataly Milbradt 1. FT 9-13 (69 percent).

Overall: 3-1. Next: at Isle 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Pierz 61, Paynesville 58

PIERZ — Talyre Boser’s 17 points and six assists helped the Pierz Pioneers to a 61-58 non-conference victory over the previously undefeated Paynesville Bulldogs Friday.

Kayla Carter added 13 points for the Pioneers, followed by Megan Boser’s 11 points.

Paynesville 32 26 — 58

Pierz 27 34 — 61

PAYNESVILLE

Erika Schlangen 10, Tayler Burg 2, Brooke Wuertz 16, Rachel Rittenhouse 3, Kayla Schaefer 11, Rachel Ampe 14, Kelsey Nehring 2. FG 20-54 (37 percent), FT 13-17 (76 percent). 3-point 5-15 (33 percent).

PIERZ

Elizabeth Tomala 4, Bridget Bednar 8, Tiara Hopkins 4, Kayla Carter 13, Mickey Rocheleau 4, Talyre Boser 17, Megan Boser 11. FG 19-57 (33 percent), FT 18-29 (62 percent). 3-point 5-10 (50 percent). Overall: 2-2. Next: host Rockford 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Staples-Motley 88,

Park Rapids 36

STAPLES — Kelly Pearson registered 21 points as Staples-Motley shot 49 percent from the floor in an 88-36 Mid-State Conference victory over Park Rapids Friday.

Jasmine McGillivray added 16 points for the 4-2 Cardinals.

Park Rapids 18 18 — 36

Staples-Motley 52 36 — 88

PARK RAPIDS

Hope Johnson 2, Megan Grimes 6, Katie Klein 8, Charity Ridlon 5, Bria Wolff 4, Gabie Johnson 7, Katelyn Hilmanowski 4. FG 15-56 (28 percent), FT 6-13 (46 percent).

STAPLES-MOTLEY

Chelcee Shereck 1, Mackenzie Holst 2, Mikayla Wing 8, Kaitlin Spar 11, Kelly Pearson 21, Brooke Wolhowe 4, Kyann Nyhus 6, Kayla Schmieg 2, Grace Wolhowe 10. Kelsy Zetah 7, Jasmine McGillivray 16. FG 33-67 (49 percent), FT 14-22 (64 percent). 3-point 8-25 (32 percent). Conference: 3-0. Overall: 4-2. Next: at Crosby-Ironton 7:15 p.m. Tuesday.

Verndale 72,

Bertha-Hewitt 63

VERNDALE — Teresa Moenkedick led the Verndale Pirates with 25 points, 10 rebounds and five assists in Friday’s 72-63 Park Region Conference victory over the Bertha-Hewitt Bears.

Shania Glenz added 12 points for Verndale.

Bertha-Hewitt 33 30 — 63

Verndale 32 40 — 72

BERTHA-HEWITT

Arei Stokes 19, Ashton Kapphahn 18, Amanda Liebersbach 5, Brittany Bloch, Hannah Van Hale, Tiffany Wangerin, Faith Rickbeil 5, Rumor Stokes 9, Trista Harig, Nicole White, Samara Tobeck 7. FG 18-48 (38 percent), FT 24-41 (59 percent). 3-point 3-9 (33 percent).

VERNDALE

Teresa Moenkedick 25, Jordyn Glenz 2, Sarah Moenkedick 4, Jordan Schwanke 2, Krista Dailey 5, Elyssa Kern 12, Christina Wright 8, Shania Glenz 12, Keila Schmitz 2. FG 22-63 (35 percent), FT 23-37 (62 percent). 3-point 5-14 (36 percent). Conference: 1-1. Overall: 2-1. Next: host Pine River-Backus 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Thief River Falls 88,

Pequot Lakes 72

PEQUOT LAKES — Vanessa Lane led a balanced Pequot Lakes scoring attack with 20 points, but the Patriots lost 88-72 to the Thief River Falls Prowlers in Friday’s non-conference game.

Katie White added 16 points, while Kayla Miller finished with 13 and Jessica Kreitz 11 for the 3-1 Patriots.

Thief River Falls 51 37 — 88

Pequot Lakes 33 39 — 72

THIEF RIVER FALLS

Courtney Amirayan 7, Brooke Yaggie 36, Crystal Amundson 13, Lilly Kainz 1, Meleah Biermaier 14, Jenna Tadych 6, Madison Brekke 6, Sheena Lee 5. FT 25-32 (78 percent).

PEQUOT LAKES

Hayley Wiebolt 3, Brittny Bzdok 4, Vanessa Lane 20, Emilee Buell 2, Katie White 16, Kayla Miller 13, Abby Palmer 3, Jessica Kreitz 11. FG 28-52 (54 percent), FT 12-25 (48 percent). Overall: 3-1. Next: host East Grand Forks 2:30 p.m. Saturday.

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