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Area Boys Basketball: Rangers power past Patriots

PEQUOT LAKES - Jack Silgen tallied 20 points and Noah Gindorff added 15 to lead the Crosby-Ironton Rangers in a 53-33 Mid-State Conference win over the Pequot Lakes Patriots Tuesday.

PEQUOT LAKES - Jack Silgen tallied 20 points and Noah Gindorff added 15 to lead the Crosby-Ironton Rangers in a 53-33 Mid-State Conference win over the Pequot Lakes Patriots Tuesday.

C-I owns a three-game winning streak over Pequot.

Pequot Lakes 14 19 - 33

Crosby-Ironton 33 20 - 53

PEQUOT LAKES

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Hunter Larson 6, CJ Borleis 11, Brandon Hehir 8, Gage Westlund 2, Henry Liedl 4, Zach Sjoblad 2. FT 3-7 (43 percent). Conference: 2-3. Overall: 7-4. Next: hosts Grand Rapids 7:15 p.m. Thursday.

CROSBY-IRONTON

Jack Silgen 20, Trey Jacobs 3, Brady Tesdahl 5, Ben Jordan 2, Noah Gindorff 15, Daniel Hudrlik 8. FT 4-10 (40 percent). Conference: 3-1. Overall: 7-4. Next: at Cass Lake-Bena 7:15 p.m. Thursday.

Lake Region 51,

Woodcrest 49

FRIDLEY - The Lake Region Christian Hornets survived a 30-point game from Woodcrest's David Roddy, and a second-half comeback as the Hornets prevailed 51-49 in a MACS conference game on Tuesday,

Abe Imdieke led LRCS with 16 points and was followed by Micah McGaffey with 13 and Tyler Ogren with 12.

The Hornets built a 32-16 halftime lead but was outscored 33-19 by Woodcrest in the second half. LRCS remains perfect in conference play at 6-0.

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Woodcrest 16 33 - 49

Lake Region 32 19 - 51

WOODCREST

Brendan Demaris 8, David Roddy 30, Josh Roddy 9, Dion McMahan 2. FG 19-47 (40 percent), FT 5-5 (100 percent). 3-point 6-17 (35 percent).

LAKE REGION

Abe Imdieke 16, Levi Jensen 3, Ryan Christenson 2, Tyler Ogren 12, Micah McGaffey 13, Joey Beltran 5. FG 21-43 (49 percent), FT 5-13 (38 percent). 3-point 4-10 (40 percent). Conference: 6-0. Overall: 6-2.

Pierz 56, Little Falls 52

PIERZ - Noah Boser tallied 19 points and four rebounds leading the Pierz Pioneers past the Little Falls Flyers 56-52 Tuesday.

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Robbie Skiba added 12 points and six rebounds and Nick Herold scored 10 points for the Pioneers, who trailed 29-26 at the half.

Riley Loukinen led the Flyers with 15 points with Kyle Kabanuk added 13 points and eight rebounds and Thomas Bell 11 scored points.

Pierz 26 30 - 56

Little Falls 29 23 - 52

PIERZ

Michael Meyer 2, Nick Herold 10, Jonny Kasper 8, Aaron Weber 5, Robbie Skiba 12, Noah Boser 19. FG 21-38 (55 percent), FT 6-9 (66 percent). 3-point 8-21 (38 percent). Overall: 6-5. Next: at Holdingford 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

LITTLE FALLS

Riley Loukinen 15, Kyle Kabanuk 13, Thomas Bell 11, John Lukasavitz 5, Bryce Zawatzke 6, Thomas Kornbaum 2. FG 20-56 (35.7 percent), FT 4-4 (100 percent). 3-point 8-25 (32 percent). Overall: 6-5. Next: at Albany 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

Pine River-Backus 71

Laporte 47

PINE RIVER - Hank Raph tallied 21 points to lead the Pine River-Backus Tigers to a 71-47 Northland Conference victory over the Laporte Wildcats Tuesday.

Zach Struss added 19 points and 14 rebounds in the win for the Tigers.

Laporte 26 21 - 47

PR-Backus 27 44 - 71

LAPORTE

Riley Kline 10, Austin Moss 17, Cody Hoffman 7, Quintin Nelson 11, Christian Schommer 2. FG 15-37 (40 percent), FT 2-10 (20 percent). 3-point 5-19 (26 percent).

PINE RIVER-BACKUS

Sage Beckler 4, Zach Semmler 2, Hank Raph 21, T.J. Lukanen 1, Konrad Bueckers 8, Henry Krecklau 9, Dexter Briceno 2, Joe Davidson, Zach Struss 19, Tony Pederson 5. FG 21-41 (51 percent), FT 5-8 (62 percent). 3-point 8-25 (32 percent). Conference: 5-0. Overall: 7-3. Next: at Nevis 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Pine City 78,

Aitkin 50,

AITKIN - Wyatt Sanford recorded 12 points for the Aitkin Gobblers in a 78-50 Great River Conference loss to the Pine City Dragons Tuesday.

Noah Swanson and Nathan Davies both added 10 points for the Gobblers.

Pine City 28 50 - 78

Aitkin 24 26 - 50

PINE CITY

Nathan Kleppe 7, Noah Adams 22, Easton Foss 10, Mitch Hansmann 9, Connor Clark 4, Alex Clemenson 4, Kole Jusczak 22. FG 31-62 (50 percent), FT 9-16 (56 percent). 3-point 3-19 (16 percent).

AITKIN

Jeb Sanford 7, Dylan Quade 1, Wyatt Sanford 12, Hunter Moe 4, Noah Swanson 10, Nathan Davies 10, Abel Palkie 1, Spencer Jacobs 4, David Sanbeck 2. FG 20-48 (percent), FT 9-16 (percent). 3-point 4-13( percent). Conference: 1-5. Overall: 2-9. Next: at Ogilvie Friday 7:30.

Menahga 81,

Pillager 60

MENAHGA - Ryder Hunstad's 20 points paced the Pillager Huskies in an 81-60 Park Region Conference loss to Menahga on Tuesday.

Lee Quick also finished in double figures with 15 points, and Ridge Hunstad was next with 10.

Menahga 38 43 - 81

Pillager 30 30 - 60

MENAHGA

Austen Schwartz 22, Aaron Rudquist 15, Nick Meyer 2, Luke Wurdock 2, Kyle Skoog 7, Austin Rudquist 31, Calvin Taylor 2. FT 11-13 (85 percent).

PILLAGER

Chris Ramsey 7, Ridge Hunstad 10, Ryder Hunstad 20, Gage Kuehl 5, Luke Unger 2, Ryan Foehrenbacher 1, Lee Quick 15. FT 11-19 (58 percent). Conference: 1-3. Overall: 5-6. Next: hosts Bertha-Hewitt 7:30 p.m. Friday.

New York Mills 77,

Verndale 63

NEW YORK MILLS - Mitchell Blaha netted 24 points for the Verndale Pirates in a 63-77 Park Region Conference loss to the New York Mills Eagles Tuesday night.

Mac Schluttner contributed 10 points for the Pirates.

New York Mills 32 45 - 77

Verndale 29 34 - 63

NEW YORK MILLS

Evan Perala 3, Dustin Gaudette 17, Ted Hendrickx 18, Chance Pettow 10, Sam Weber 6, Carter Menze 2, Zach Bauck 21. FG 29-60 (48 percent), FT 11-16 (68 percent). 3-point 8-15 (53 percent).

VERNDALE

Ethan Korfe 4, Mitchell Blaha 24, Mac Schluttner 10, James Kveton 14, Seth Zins 4, Luke Weniger 7. FG 27-62 (43 percent), FT 3-8 (37 percent). 3-point 6-15 (40 percent). Conference: 2-3. Overall: 4-5. Next: at Underwood 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

Park Rapids 90,

Wadena-DC 58

WADENA - Tanner Horn led Wadena-Deer Creek with 13 points and was followed by Alex Carlson with 10 in a 90-58 Mid-State Conference loss to Park Rapids on Tuesday.

Jordan McCollum scored 32 points to lead the Panthers.

Wyatt Fitzsimmons grabbed 11 rebounds, and Jack Goeden tallied 10 for the Wolverines. Alex Carlson finished with five steals.

Park Rapids 43 47 - 90

Wadena-DC 24 34 - 58

PARK RAPIDS

Riley Massie 3, Adam Herberg 3, Nicolas Lopez 17, Damion Hanke 8, Jordan McCollum 32, Derek Porozinski 6, Conor Byer 1, Remington Hagen 11, Hunter Jewison 9. FT 12-16 (75 percent).

WADENA-DEER CREEK

Tanner Horn 13, Jack Goeden 8, Alex Carlson 10, Wyatt Fitzsimmons 6, Alex Redfield 8, Noah Ross 6, Dacotah Mittag 7. FT 11-23 (48 percent). Conference: 0-5. Overall: 0-12. Next: at Verndale 7:15 p.m. Friday.

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