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PINE RIVER — Tatum Sheley scored 23 points, and became the first athlete in Pine River-Backus history to surpass the 2,000-point mark as the Tigers defeated Cass Lake-Bena 86-18 in a Northwoods Conference game Tuesday night.

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Megan Felthous totaled 18 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for the Tigers.

Autumn Ackerman added 15 points and recorded 15 rebounds as Pine River-Backus improved to 6-0 in conference play.

Cass Lake-Bena 7 11 — 18

Pine River-Backus 55 31 — 86

CASS LAKE-BENA

Nakita Nicazio 3, Justin Jourdain 8, Lucy Goggleye 2, Tifani Ellis 5. FG 8-24 (34 percent), FT 2-6 (33 percent). 3-point 0-17(0 percent).

PINE RIVER-BACKUS

Kendra Brasel 4, Brooke Richards 2, Tatum Sheley 23, Megan Porta 7, Liz Downie 2, Brittany Kelley 13, Megan Felthous 18, Journee Howard 2, Autumn Ackerman 15. FG 35-80 (44 percent), FT 13-19 (68 percent). 3-point 1-9 (11 percent). Conference: 6-0. Overall: 8-2. Next: hosts Isle 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

Wadena-DC 67,

Crosby-Ironton 55

CROSBY — Chelsey Bonsante recorded her 1,000th career point, but Emily Miron scored 23 to lead the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines past Crosby-Ironton 67-55 in a Mid-State Conference game on Tuesday.

Caitlin Volkmann also finished in double figures with 18 points for W-DC.

Bonsante tallied 19 points while Shannon Lundgren scored 12 for the Rangers.

Wadena-Deer Creek 40 27 — 67

Crosby-Ironton 26 29 — 55

WADENA-DEER CREEK

Hope Theisen 8, Caitlin Volkmann 18, Macy Hartman 5, Emily Miron 23, Rachel Schwartz 4, Courtney Dumpprope 2, Melissa Moenkedick 6. FG 26-51 (51 percent), FT 7-9 (78 percent). 3-point 6-13 (46 percent). Conference: 2-1. Overall: 9-5. Next: host Park Rapids 7:15 p.m. Friday.

CROSBY-IRONTON

Lauren Peterson 4, Chelsey Bonsante 19, Hallie Schmidt 4, Meredith Silgen 10, Shannon Lundgren 12, Abby Gindorff 6. FG 22-40 (55 percent), FT 7-7 (100 percent). 3-point 4-5 (80 percent). Conference: 2-2. Overall: 5-6. Next: host Crosby-Ironton 7:15 p.m. Friday.

Lake Region 47,

Foreston 25

BAXTER — Bethany Cressman’s 22 points and 11 rebounds helped lead the Lake Region Hornets to a 47-25 win against Foreston in a non-conference game Tuesday.

Marlee Moore added five points and 20 rebounds for the Hornets.

Foreston 9 16 — 25

Lake Region 17 30 — 47

FORESTON

Ashley Johnson 3, Faith Britton 6, Lauren Curott 2, Madde Brown 4, Jamie Nelson 10. FG 10-29 (34 percent), FT 2-4 (50 percent). 3-point 1-1 (100 percent).

LAKE REGION

Emily Beltran 6, Liz Anderson 1, Marlee Moore 5, Grace Czeczok 2, Grace Imdieke 6, Bethany Cressman 22, Sam Snow 1, Rachael Wiedell 4. FG 16-64 (25 percent), FT 15-25 (60 percent). Conference: . Overall: . Next: at Karlstad Friday.

Pierz 73,

Long Prairie-GE 67

PIERZ — Bridget Bednar scored 18 points in a 73-65 Pierz win over Long Prairie-Grey Eagle in a non-conference game Tuesday.

Mickey Rocheleau followed with 17 points, and Alyssa Boser tallied 15 for the Pioneers. Rocheleau also collected 12 rebounds, and Bednar recorded six steals.

Long Prairie-GE 32 35 — 67

Pierz 30 43 — 73

LONG PRAIRIE-GREY EAGLE

Maddie Zastrow 7, Laura Geisenhof 8, Amber Warner 5, Lexi Larson 2, Raelyn Miller 11, Jenna Langer 12, Samantha Zastrow 22. FG 27-70 (38 percent), FT 11-13 (84 percent). 3-point 2-11 (18 percent).

PIERZ

Shelbie Boser 3, Bridget Bednar 18, Tiara Hopkins 4, Kayla Carter 8, Mickey Rocheleau 17, Megan Boser 8, Alyssa Boser 15. FG 28-75 (37 percent), FT 13-22 (59 percent). 3-point 4-7 (57 percent). Overall: 7-5. Next: host Maple Lake 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

Rogers 49,

Staples-Motley 48

STAPLES — The Staples-Motley Cardinals saw their four-game win streak snapped by Rogers in a 49-48 non-conference loss Tuesday.

Jaelin Beachy connected for 13 points, and Jasmine McGillivray added 11 for the Cardinals, who are ranked seventh in Class 2A.

Rogers, a Class 4A school, was led by Lindsay Dorr’s 12 points.

Rogers 19 30 — 49

Staples-Motley 15 33 — 48

ROGERS

Taylor Anderson 10, Shelby Darr 4, Taylor Paulsrud 8, Courtney McClay 11, Marina Nowak 4, Lindsay Dorr 12. FG 18-37 (49 percent), FT 4-6 (67 percent). 3-point 3-6 (50 percent).

STAPLES-MOTLEY

Jaelin Beachy 13, Mikayla Wing 5, Kaitlin Spar 6, Kelly Pearson 5, Brooke Wolhowe 4, Kyann Nyhus 1, Grace Wolhowe 3, Jasmine McGillivray 11. FG 11-31 (35 percent), FT 11-21 (52 percent). 3-point 5-18 (28 percent). Overall: 9-4. Next: at Sauk Centre 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Braham 86, Aitkin 58

AITKIN — Melissa Paulson led the Gobblers with 14 points, but the Braham Bombers ended Aitkin’s seven-game winning streak with an 86-58 win Tuesday in a Great River Conference matchup.

Mikayla Michaeltz finished with 13 and Madison Newton added 11 for the 10-3 Gobblers.

The 12-0 Bombers, ranked fifth in Class 2A, were led by Rebekah Dahlman’s 44 points.

Braham 55 31 — 86

Aitkin 25 33 — 58

BRAHAM

Jaclyn Hollenkamp 4, Kayla Nickles 18, Angela Bendickson 7, Jenna Winter 4, Rebekah Dahlman 44, Dani Braund 9. FT 5-10 (50 percent).

AITKIN

Bailey Nordean 4, Madison Newton 11, Melissa Paulson 14, Megan Welshons 6, Cassie Sandberg 8, Jenae Herron 2, Mikayla Michaletz 13. FT 9-14 (64 percent). Conference: 3-2. Overall: 10-3. Next: at Hinckley-Finlayson 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Mora 58, Little Falls 37

LITTLE FALLS — Jamie Jenks scored a team-high 12 points for the Little Falls Flyers in a 58-37 Granite Ridge Conference loss to the Mora Mustangs Tuesday.

Gabby Nouis added 11 for the Flyers who have lost their last five games.

MORA

FG 22-54 (41 percent), FT 12-20 (60 percent), 2-15 (13 percent.

LITTLE FALLS

Laura Moe 1, Kendra Pohlman 5, Gabby Nouis 11, Jamie Jenks 12, Jennifer Ronning 8. FG 14-38 (37 percent), FT 6-14 (43 percent). 3-point 1-13 (8 percent). Conference: 1-4. Overall: 1-12. Next: at Albany 7:30 p.m. Friday.

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