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Area Boys Basketball: C-I beats S-M in a Mid-State contest

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CROSBY — Jordan Oehrlein poured in 23 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead the Crosby-Ironton Rangers past the Staples-Motley Cardinals 60-42 in a Mid-State Conference game Friday, Jan. 10.

Carson Turk added 14 points for C-I and Dakota Mitchell finished with 12.

Izaiah DeMars paced S-M with 10.

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Staples-Motley 13 29 -- 42
Crosby-Ironton 25 35 -- 60

STAPLES-MOTLEY
Max Strickland 3, Chandler Braith 3, Isaiah Schultz 9, Sivert Klefsaas 5, Adam Oberlander 4, Josh Schimpp 2, Izaiah DeMars 10, Ben Olander 2, Issac Kronenberg 4. FG 16-48 (33%), FT 4-9 (44%). 3-point 6-20 (30%). Conference: 1-3. Overall: 2-8. Next: at Pillager 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14.

CROSBY-IRONTON
Dakota Mitchell 12, Carter Smith 4, Cayden Turk 5, Carsen Turk 14, Colten Turk 2, Jordan Oehrlein 23. FG 24-55 (43%), FT 9-15 (60%). 3-point 3-15 (20%). Conference: 3-1. Overall: 9-2. Next: hosts Virginia 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 11.

Pierz 63, Holdingford 38

PIERZ — Peter Schommer’s 20 points and 10 rebounds led Pierz to a 63-38 win over Holdingford in a non-conference match-up Friday, Jan 10.

Ryan Stuckmayer was next with 15 points and Cody Kimman added 10.

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Holdingford 22 16 -- 38
Pierz 24 29 -- 63

PIERZ
Peter Schommer 20, Ryan Stuckmayer 15, Brandon Stuckmayer 3, Robert Schaefer 2, Michael Leidenfrost 5, Cody Kimman 10, Benjamin Virnig 6, Landon Schomer 2. FG 21-70 (30%), FT 13-18 (72%). 3-point 8-25 (32 %). Overall: 8-3. Next: hosts Mora Tuesday, Jan. 14.

Detroit Lakes 57, Aitkin 52

DETROIT LAKES — Hunter Nissen tallied 17 points and Mannie Ukutegbe added 16 for the Aitkin Gobbles who were defeated 57-52 by the Detroit Lakes Lakers in a Mid-State Conference game Friday, Jan. 10.

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Detroit Lakes 25 32 -- 57
Aitkin 24 28 -- 52

DETROIT LAKES
Gabe Hannien 6, Drew Markuson 3, Max Gunderson 13, Reed Mace 3, Tate Kerzman 8, Nate Cihak 20, Zack Oistad 2. FT 9-16 (56%).

AITKIN
Logan Gabrio 4, Mannie Ukutegbe 16, Hunter Nissen 17, Jaelend Williams 3, Owen Hagen 4, Kade Hopperstad 9. FT 6-10 (60%). Conference: 1-2. Overall: 5-6. Next: hosts Braham 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14.

Virginia 77, Pequot Lakes 64

VIRGINIA — Bode Magnuson talled 22 points in a 77-64 loss for Pequot Lakes to Virginia in a Section 7-2A match-up Friday, Jan. 10.

The two teams combined for 87 second-half points and the Patriots also had their five game winning streak snapped.

Korey Jackson finished with 18 points.

Virginia 35 42 -- 77
Pequot Lakes 19 45 -- 64

VIRGINIA
Nick Peters 6, Jack Toman 2, Jayden Bernard 29, Mason Carlson 15, Kyle Williams 25. FT 11-13 (%).

PEQUOT LAKES
Bode Magnuson 22, Alex Morgan 9, Korey Jackson 18, Evin Ruud 2, Simon Wufflestad 3, Eli Laposky 5, Nic Kotaska 3, Alex Geroy 2. FT 7-10 (70%). Overall: 8-4. Next: at Barnum 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14.

Red Lake 70, Pine River-Backus 60

PINE RIVER — Pine River-Backus’ Brady Raph tallied 20 points for the Tigers as they fell 70-60 to the Red Lake Warriors Friday, Jan 10.

Louis Bueckers contributed 18 points for the Tigers in the Northland Conference game.

Red Lake 29 41 -- 70
Pine River-Backus 29 31-- 60

RED LAKE
Dalen French 9, Riley Chaboyea 4, Gerald Kingbird Jr 13., Joshua Graves 5, Aaron Chaboyea 4, Delwyn Holthusen 33, James Beaulieu 2. FT 13-17 (76%).

PINE RIVER-BACKUS
Champ Howard 10, Louis Bueckers 18, Brady Raph 20, Brady Bristow 2, Kyosuke Marcum 6, Rian Struss 4. FT 7-11 (64%). Conference: 1-5. Overall: 7-5. Next: hosts Cass Lake-Bena 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14.

Albany 55, Little Falls 42

ALBANY— The Little Falls Flyers were defeated 55-42 by the Albany Huskies in a Granite Ridge Conference game Friday, Jan. 10.

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