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Area Boys Basketball: W-DC clips S-M by 13

Five area teams in action Thursday, March 11

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Photo Illustration with image by Metro Newspaper Service

WADENA — Payton Rondestvedt and Teshe Loer each finished with 15 points to lead Wadena-Deer Creek to a 60-47 win over Staples-Motley in a non-conference matchup Thursday, March 11.

Isaiah Schultz with 18 points and Hunter Miller with 10 led the Cardinals.

Staples-Motley 17 30 -- 47
Wadena-Deer Creek 24 36 -- 60

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STAPLES-MOTLEY
Max Strickland 2, Isaiah Schultz 18, Sivert Klefsaas 8, Adam Oberlander 4, Dom Gomez 5, Hunter Miller 10. FG 18-46 (39%), FT 4-9 (44%). 3-point 7-25 (28%). Overall: 3-13. Next: at Norman County East/Ulen Hitterdal Coop 7 p.m. Friday, March 12.

WADENA-DEER CREEK
Blakek Vittetoe 2, Zach Shaw 8, Tony Kreklau 6, Teshe Loer 15, Aiden Larson 6, Payton Rondestvedt 15, Peyton Church 8. FG 20-57 (35%), FT 12-16 (75%). 3-point 8-24 (33%). Overall: 10-7. Next: at Menahga 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 12.

Aitkin 64, Park Rapids 50

PARK RAPIDS — Hunter Nissen’s 27 points led Aitkin in a 64-50 Mid-State Conference win over Park Rapids Thursday, March 11.

Gus Sanford added 12 points while Zack MacDonald and Owen Hagen each finished with 10 points as the Gobblers improved to 5-3 in conference play.

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Park Rapids 30 20 -- 50
Aitkin 39 25 -- 64

AITKIN
Gus Sanford 12, Zack MacDonald 10, Hunter Nissen 27, Jaelend Williams 6, Owen Hagen 10, Landon Jarzen 1. FT 6-10 (60%). Conference: 5-3. Overall: 8-7. Next: hosts Nevis 7:15 p.m. Friday, March 12.

Pequot Lakes 68, Detroit Lakes 35

PEQUOT LAKES — Alex Morgan scored a game-high 22 points in a 68-35 win for Class 2A’s 12th-ranked Pequot Lakes Patriots over Detroit Lakes in a Mid-State Conference game Thursday, March 11.

Bode Magnuson added 10 points as the Patriots improved to 9-0 in conference play.

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Detroit Lakes 15 20 -- 35
Pequot Lakes 42 26 -- 68

DETROIT LAKES
Cihak 4, Gloege 3, Breeden 5, Yliniemi 3, Perkins 4, Solberg 2, Carrier 6, Berg 6, Munsh 2. FT 3-4 (75%).

PEQUOT LAKES
Bode Magnuson 10, Alex Morgan 22, Ryan Monahan 4, Ryan Harmala 4, Evin Ruud 4, Simon Wufflestad 3, Eli Laposky 8, Caleb Davis 1, Sam Rysavy 12. FT 7-12 (58%). Conference: 9-0. Overall: 14-2. Next: at Little Falls 7:15 p.m. Friday, March 12.

Verndale 58, Onamia 28

VERNDALE — Brandon Greenwaldt tallied 15 points and Josh Johnson collected 11 in a 58-28 win for Verndale over Onamia in a non-conference game Thursday, March 11.

The Pirates improved to 9-8 with the win.

Onamia 12 16 -- 28
Verndale 29 29 -- 58

ONAMIA
Nick Eckar 5, Brandon Carlson 8, Kaden Eagle 2, AJ Drift 11, Bobby Eagle. FT 2-6 (33%).

VERNDALE
Zak Olsson 4, Ben Brownlow 6, Dilan Orlando 5, Zach Brownlow 8, Josh Johnson 11, Brandon Greenwaldt 15, Hunter Umland 7, Tyler Fiskum 2. FT 5-9 (56%). Overall: 9-8. Next: at Henning 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 12.

Esko 69, Crosby-Ironton 60

CROSBY — Crosby-Ironton’s Jordan Oehrlein recorded 18 points and 11 rebounds for the Rangers as they fell 69-60 to the Esko Eskomos in a Section 7-2A game Thursday, March 11.

Carsen Turk contributed 20 points for the Rangers including five 3-pointers.

Esko 32 37 -- 69
Crosby-Ironton 30 30 -- 60

ESKO
Eli Blue 15, Cade Berger 4, Quinn Berger 6, Riley Fischer 22, Koi Perich 13, Nick Swanson 3, Chad Hart 6. FG 24-51 (47%), FT 14-21 (67%). 3-point 7-17 (41%).

CROSBY-IRONTON
Carsen Turk 20, Gabe Kramer 4, Frank Meyer 8, Evan Miller 3, Dietrich Winegarner 7, Jordan Oehrlein 18. FG 22-50 (44%), FT 8-17 (47%). 3-point 8-21 (38%). Overall: 9-6. Next: at Pierz 7:15 p.m. Friday, March 12.
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