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Area Girls Basketball: Cards cruise to another win

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LONG PRAIRIE — Tabatha Allen tallied 15 points with 13 rebounds as the Staples-Motley Cardinals defeated the Long Prairie-Grey Eagle Thunder 58-51 Tuesday, Nov. 26.

Haley Cichos contributed 15 points and Katilyn Smith contributed 10 for the 2-0 Cardinals.

Staples-Motley 27 31-- 58
Long Prairie-GE 18 33-- 51

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STAPLES-MOTLEY
Kaila Erbe 4, Haley Cichos 15, Katilyn Smith 10, Alix Peterson 8, Tabatha Allen 15, Bella Martin 6. FG 22-56 (39 percent), FT 12-20 (60 percent). 3-point 2-13 (15 percent). Overall: 2-0. Next: Staples-Motley at Breckenridge 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3.

Pierz 83, Upsala 53

PIERZ — Emily Sadlovsky totaled 14 points as the Pierz Pioneers defeated the Upsala Cardinals 83-53 Tuesday, Nov. 26.

Courtney Strohmeier and Mariah Olesch each tallied 11 points as the Pioneers broke open a 32-32 halftime tie by outscoring Upsala 51-21 in the second half.

Upsala 32 21 -- 53
Pierz 32 51 -- 83

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UPSALA
Haley Opatz 3, Laura Lange 4, Kris Biniek 3, Abby Ripplinger 2, Taylor Soltis 2, Amber Biniek 29, Paige Binek 6, Abby Klein 4.

PIERZ
Madison Gall 4, Emily Herold 4, Amaya Rocheleau 9, Katie Leidenfrost 2, Emily Dehler 12, Courtney Strohmeier 11, Alissa Girtz 6, Emily Sadlovsky 14, Erika Dickmann 2, Mariah Olesch 11, Kylie Waytashek 8. Overall: 1-0. Next: Pierz vs Holdingford 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3.

Pillager 70, Browerville 67

BROWERVILLE — Sadie Hopman and Juliana Ewald contributed 19 points each to lead the Pillager Huskies to a 70-67 overtime win against the Browerville Tigers Tuesday, Nov. 26.

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Pillager 29 30 11 -- 70
Browerville 37 22 8 -- 67

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BROWERVILLE
Leona May 1, Tyra Myers 8, Alyah Abrahamson 14, Megan Benning 9, Zoe Hillmer 13, Jenna Kunerth 18.

PILLAGER
Jordyn VanVickle 10, Sadie Hopman 19, Juliana Ewald 19, Jenna Woidyla 9, Olivia Peterson 5, Emma Schmit 8. Overall: 1-0. Next: Pillager at Menahga 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3.

Detroit Lakes 57, Little Falls 52

LITTLE FALLS — Taylor Jordan tossed in 26 points including five 3-pointers for the Little Falls Flyers who came up short in their season-opening 57-52 loss to the Detroit Lakes Lakers in a non-conference game Tuesday, Nov. 26.

Taylor Swantek added 12 points for Little Falls.

Detroit Lakes 40 17 -- 57
Little Falls 28 24 -- 52

DETROIT LAKES
Amara Peterson 4, Maddy Bowers 8, Alex Bettcher 18, Ava Gilbert 5, Mya Gunderson 5, Sarah Tangen 13, Kylee Price 4. FT 12-20 (60 percent).

LITTLE FALLS
Samantha Tembreull 4, Ella Bjorge 5, Madison Reedy 1, Taylor Swantek 12, Taylor Jordan 26, Kaleese Kuchinski-Helgeson 2, Meghan Schilling 2. FT 4-7 (percent). Overall: 0-1. Next: at Pequot Lakes Tuesday, Dec. 3.

Community Christian 54,

Lake Region 43

BAXTER — Nikole Thorson and Amber Neubert each scored 14 points for the Lake Region Christian Hornets who fell 54-43 to Community Christian out of Willmar Tuesday, Nov. 26.

Thorson added eight rebounds and three assists. Tori Plemel added six points, six rebounds and five steals.

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Community Christian 21 33 -- 54
Lake Region 23 20 -- 43

Community Christian
Annika Olson 2, Sage M. 9, Anna Lungren 3, Sophia Bollig 25, Grace Undgren 10, Reagan Otoble 5.

LAKE REGION
Nikole Thorson 14, Amber Neubert 14, Tori Plemel 6, Lydia Neubert 5, Emma Moore 2, Bell Anderson 2. FG 18-75 (24 percent), FT 7-9 (78 percent). 3-point 0-10 (0 percent). Overall: 0-1. Next: at Fourth Baptist in Plymouth 4 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3.

Pine City 88, Aitkin 20

AITKIN — Rae Nyberg led the Aitkin Gobblers with eight points in their 88-20 non-conference loss to the Pine City Dragons Tuesday, Nov. 26.

Ally Ehnstrom drained a pair of 3-pointers to add six points in the Gobblers’ season opener.

Pine City 53 35 -- 88
Aitkin 8 12 -- 20

PINE CITY
Sophie Lahti 6, Alaina Steele 4, Maddie Berglund 8, Lily Wilson 28, Meredith Kolling 10, Kloey Lind 2, Ellie Hasz 20, Ashley Faur 8, Makenna Nelson 2. FT 8-12 (67 percent).

AITKIN
Jenna Cline 3, Rae Nyberg 8, Teagan Piecek 2, Ally Ehnstrom 6, Kendra Gruhlke 1. FT 6-11 (55 percent). 3-point 2. Overall: 0-1. Next: hosts Milaca 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3.

Proctor 59, C-I 32

CROSBY — Lily Peterson and Karli Nixon topped the scoreboard with seven points apiece for the Crosby-Ironton Rangers in a 59-32 loss in their season opener against the Proctor Rails Tuesday, Nov. 26.

Proctor 30 29 -- 59
Crosby-Ironton 13 19 -- 32

PROCTOR
FG 23-47 (48 percent), FT 5-7 (71 percent). 3-point 8-20 (40 percent).

CROSBY-IRONTON

Mya Decent 3, Lily Peterson 7, Karli Nixon 7, Jacey Rydberg 4, Tori Decent 5, Madison Bordwell 6. FG 10-37 (27 percent), FT 9-19 (47 percent). 3-point 3-14 (21 percent). Overall: 0-1. Next: vs. Visitation at University of St. Thomas Tournament 12:30 p.m.

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