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STAPLES — Will Goodwin and Daniel Hudrlik each scored 14 points to lead the Crosby-Ironton Rangers to a 61-44 Mid-State Conference win over Staples-Motley Friday.

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Caleb Baker added 13 points and Garrett Van Horn scored 12 for the Rangers, who have won five straight.

Brian Huber totaled 12 points for the Cardinals.

Staples-Motley 23 21 — 44

Crosby-Ironton 31 30 — 61

STAPLES-MOTLEY

Kyle Jansson 7, Brian Huber 12, Jordan Wick 4, Adam Nurnberger 4, Zach Schmitz 2, Tyler Holub 5, Seth Auger 10. FG FT 6-10 (60 percent). Conference: 4-3. Overall: 9-8. Next: at Pelican Rapids 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

CROSBY-IRONTON

Will Goodwin 14, Caleb Baker 13, Brady Tesdahl 2, Riley Jacobs 4, Trenton Blom 2, Garrett Van Horn 12, Daniel Hudrlik 14. FT 4-5. Conference: 7-1. Overall: 13-4. Next: at Cass Lake-Bena Saturday.

Aitkin 64, Isle 55

ISLE — Nathan Ehnstrom’s 28 points powered the Aitkin Gobblers to a 64-55 Great River Conference victory over the Isle Huskies Friday.

The Gobblers swept the season series with the Huskies defeating them 67-65 Dec. 11.

Sam Hanson scored 12 points as Aitkin won for the fourth time in five games.

Isle 26 29 — 55

Aitkin 35 29 — 64

ISLE

Ethan Schmidt 3, Grant Exted 7, Daniel Hernandez 4, Cody Schweninger 11, Trevor Oswald 10, Caleb Weiers 20. FG 20-50 (40 percent), FT 13-20 (65 percent). 3-point 2-18 (11 percent).

AITKIN

Will Provost 1, Nathan Ehnstrom 28, Bryan Haugly 2, Kyle Thompson 8, Sam Hanson 12, Kinzer Hill 2, Nathan Davies 2, Jake Lynn 9. FG 22-36 (61 percent), FT 16-25 (64 percent). 3-point 4-11 (36 percent). Conference: 6-4. Overall: 6-9. Next: at Hinckley-Finlayson 6 p.m. Monday.

Poplar Christian 46,

Lake Region 43

KARLSTAD — Daniel Newton tallied 21 points to lead the Lake Region Christian Hornets in a 46-43 loss to Poplar Christian Friday at the Karlstad Ice Box tournament.

Jake Christianson led the Hornets in rebounds with nine.

Poplar Christian 17 29 — 46

Lake Region 25 18 — 43

Poplar

Forest Cristilly 8, Jordan Kruit 2, Jade Gehl 36. FT 3-11 (27 percent).

LAKE REGION

Abe Indieke 7, Daniel Newton 21, Ryan Christenson 2, Hayden Brooks 12. FG 20-61 (33 percent), FT 0-4. 3-point 5-18 (28 percent).

Lake Region 58,

Calvin Christian 33

KARLSTAD — Daniel Newton scored 16 points to lead Lake Region over Calvin Christian 58-33 Friday.

Jake Christianson added eight points, six assists and six rebounds for the 9-8 Hornets.

Calvin Christian 18 15 — 33

Lake Region 36 22 — 58

CALVIN CHRISTIAN

Scott Porier 8, Trevor Balmaijer 10, Spencer Janzen 10, Matt Ginter 5.

LAKE REGION

Abe Indieke 2, Joe Beltran, Daniel Newton 16, Caleb Anderson, Ryan Christenson 2, Ryan Filkens 3, Matt Weidell 8, Hayden Brooks 11, Dawson Barringer, Sawyer Liao 6, Jake Christenson ,8 Bailey Boelter , Devin Wickstrom 2. FG 26-63 (41 percent), FT 5-11 (46 percent). 3-point 1-7 (14 percent). Overall: 9-8. Next: at Cloverdale Christian, Saturday 12:30 pm.

Little Falls 63, Princeton 57

PRINCETON — Collin Eckman tallied 16 points to lead the Little Falls Flyers over Princeton 63-57 in Friday’s Granite Ridge Conference game.

Little Falls has now won four of its last five games and leads the conference with an 8-1 record.

Princeton 11 46 — 57

Little Falls 30 33 — 63

PRINCETON

Thomas Klaphake 6, Chance Parker 6, Jack Sinkel 23, Brady Peterson 3, Caleb Scharber 2, Matt Wendorff 12, Travis Chmielewski 5. FG 20-50 (40 percent), FT 11-13 (85 percent). 3-point 6-20 (30 percent).

LITTLE FALLS

Troy Scott 10, Thomas Bell 3, Sebastian Sowada 9, Jake Scott 3, Collin Eckman 16, Bryce Zawatzke 6, Collin Gradin 3, Travis Spillum 6, Spencer Lubbers 7. FG 20-48 (42 percent), FT 14-22 (64 percent). 3-point 9-20 (45 percent). Conference: 8-1. Overall: 12-5. Next: hosts Milaca 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Pequot Lakes 69, Park Rapids 59

PEQUOT LAKES — Brett Peterson drilled six shots from beyond the arc to total 18 points as Pequot Lakes edged Park Rapids 69-59 in Friday’s Mid-State Conference game.

Jordan Redmond secured 20 points and Tyler Tappe 11 for the Patriots.

Park Rapids 23 36 — 59

Pequot Lakes 40 29 — 69

PARK RAPIDS

Mason Long 3, Jordan McCollum 12, Tyler McCollum 22, Rilee Johnson 6, Kyle Goplerud 8, Cory Gartner 2, Christopher Goplerud 4, Zach Jewison 2. FT 9-13 (69 percent).

PEQUOT LAKES

Connor Davich 6, Brett Peterson 18, John Craig 4, Wes Mumm 8, Michael Ryan 2, Jordan Redmond 20, Tyler Tappe 11. FT 12-31 (39 percent). Conference: 5-3. Overall: 7-9. Next: hosts Staples-Motley 7:15 p.m. Tuesday.

Browerville 73, Pillager 57

BROWERVILLE — EJ Ziegler tallied 25 points, 19 rebounds and eight blocked shots to lead the Pillager Huskies in a 73-57 loss to Class 1A’s seventh-ranked Browerville Friday.

Conner Uselman added nine points for the 10-6 Huskies.

Browerville 36 37 — 73

Pillager 26 31 — 57

BROWERVILLE

Trent Johnson 9, Jordan Thielen 6, Kyle Petermeier 20, Mitch Heid 8, Max Goligowski 2, Cody Hansmeyer 5, Bryce Irsfeld 13.

PILLAGER

Devin Strack 7, Ryder Hunstad 6, Conner Uselman 9, Evan Van Vickle 8, EJ Ziegler 25, Aaron Jacobson 2. Overall: 10-6. Next: at Sebeka 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Detroit Lakes 70,

Wadena-Deer Creek 47

WADENA — Jared Reinitz tallied 13 points to lead the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines in a 70-47 Mid-State Conference loss to Detroit Lakes Friday.

Blake Conell added 12 points for W-DC, which has now lost nine straight.

Detroit Lakes 40 30 — 70

Wadena-Deer Creek 17 30 — 47

DETROIT LAKES

Kirk McLeod 11, Corbin Duncan 2, Christian Hedstrom 13, Jackson Lyngaas 3, Derek Long 10, Ryan Cihak 17, Nick Groth 10, Karter Smith 4. FG 24-65 (36 percent), FT 16-17 (94 percent).

WADENA-DEER CREEK

Jacob Goeden 4, Blake Conell 12, Jared Reinitz 13, Isaac Laughlin 9, Alex Redfield 3, Matt Laughlin 2, Dylan Dumpprope 4. FG 19-49 (38 percent), FT 3-10 (30 percent). Conference: 1-7. Overall: 4-13. Next: at Menahga 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

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