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Area Girls Basketball: Flyers capture first win

LITTLE FALLS - Sarah Gold's 15 points helped the Little Falls Flyers to their first win of the season Monday with a 63-37 victory over St. Cloud Apollo during the opening round of the Little Falls Holiday tournament.

LITTLE FALLS - Sarah Gold's 15 points helped the Little Falls Flyers to their first win of the season Monday with a 63-37 victory over St. Cloud Apollo during the opening round of the Little Falls Holiday tournament.

Jordan Schuett added 12 points and six rebounds for the Flyers, who will play Staples-Motley in the championship Tuesday.

Apollo 11 26 - 37

Little Falls 32 31 - 63

APOLLO

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Kalli Mathiasen 8, Emily Eiynck 2, Hayley Staska 1, Shelby Pfannenstein 2, Celia Neumann 3, Rachel Myers 3, Cassie Dickey 1, Calli Lynch 9, Cora Zenner 3, Mary Thuok 3, Team 2. FG 10-44 (23 percent), FT 15-24 (63 percent). 3-point 2-12 (17 percent).

LITTLE FALLS

Jordan Schuett 12, Kristin Stewart 4, Rachel Boros 4, Kendra Pohlman 2, Katie Mammenga 4, Sarah Gold 15, Mikayla Burns 8, Kacy Steinmetz 1, Melissa Geisenhof 2, Reanna Hill 1, Kristin Stewart 4, Sophia Sowada 9, AnnMarie Vetter 1. FG 19-43 (44 percent), FT 25-39 (64 percent). 3-point 0-7 (0 percent). Overall: 1-7. Next: vs. Staples-Motley in championship game of the Little Falls Holiday tournament 4 p.m. Tuesday.

Staples-Motley 59,

North Branch 45

LITTLE FALLS - Grace Wolhowe scored 20 points and Kaitlin Spar 12 as the Staples-Motley Cardinals clipped the North Branch Vikings 59-45 in Monday's opening round of the Little Falls Holiday tournament.

Quinn Uhlman added nine points for the 5-1 Cardinals.

North Branch 24 21 - 45

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Staples-Motley 34 25 - 59

NORTH BRANCH

Sarah Davis 2, Morgen Coleman 11, Megan Carlson 4, Kalley Hartmann 7, Maiya Fair 2, Courtney Selbitschka 12, Taylor Gazda 7. FT 7-12 (percent).

STAPLES-MOTLEY

Kelsie Weite 4, Kaitlin Spar 12, Megan Dumpprope 5, Quinn Uhlman 9, Grace Wolhowe 20, Claire Wolhowe 4, Amber Robben 4. FT 17-22 (percent). Overall: 5-1. Next: vs. Little Falls in championship game of the Little Falls Holiday tournament 4 p.m. Tuesday.

Pequot Lakes 48

Glencoe-Silver Lake 46

PEQUOT LAKES - Haley Wiebolt led the Pequot Lakes Patriots with 17 points in a 48-46 victory over the Glencoe-Silver Lake Panthers in the opening round of the Wheaties Wallin Holiday tournament Monday.

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Caitie Ryan added 11 points for the Patriots, who will play Crookston for the championship at noon Tuesday.

Glencoe-SL 19 27 - 46

Pequot Lakes 23 25 - 48

GLENCOE-SILVER LAKE

Mckenna Monahan 8, Maddie Monahan 17, Molli Cacka 6, Madison Kalenberg 2, Zoe Christensen 8, Keisha Prafke 5. FT 6-12 (50 percent).

PEQUOT LAKES

Caitie Ryan 11, Haley Wiebolt 17, Brittny Bzdok 6, Kelsey Hart 2, Emilee Buell 2, Morgan Lohmiller 2, Corina Ruud 2, Laura Squires 2, Sam Littman 4. FT 9-13 (69 percent). Overall: 7-1. Next: vs. Crookston championship game of the Wheaties Wallin Holiday tournament 12:00 p.m. Tuesday.

Aitkin 58,

Greenway 13

AITKIN - After allowing the first two points, the Aitkin Gobblers outscored the Greenway Raiders 32-1 in the opening half leading to a 58-13 victory in the opening round of the Aitkin Quarterbacks Club Holiday tournament Monday.

Maggi Fellerman tallied 12 points and nine rebounds. Naomi Lane led the Gobblers with 13 points. Ellie Michaletz posted eight points and 12 boards and Taylor Ehnstrom finished with 1 points, five steals and four assists for Aitkin.

McGregor beat Deer River in the other semifinal game 65-62 to set up Tuesday's championship game with Aitkin.

Greenway 3 10 - 13

Aitkin 32 26 - 58

GREENWAY

Amanda Borth 2, Brynna Sorby 2, Meghan Foley 5, Claire Glines 4. FT 1-8 (13 percent). 3-point 0.

AITKIN

San Forster 2, Stephanie Blazek 3, Taylor Ehnstrom 11, Naomi Lane 13, Maggi Fellerman 12, Brooke Miller 9, Ellie Michaletz 8. FG 24-77 (31 percent), FT 9-17 (53 percent). 3-point 1-9 (11 percent) . Overall: 5-2. Next: vs. McGrergor in championship game of the Aitkin Quarterbacks Club Holiday tournament 2 p.m. Tuesday.

Sauk Centre 65, Crosby-Ironton 18

PIERZ - Class 2A's 8th-ranked Sauk Centre Mainstreeters held the Crosby-Ironton Rangers to two points in the second half leading to a 65-18 victory in Monday's opening round of the Pierz Holiday Tournament.

Sauk Centre 36 29 - 65

Crosby-Ironton 16 2 - 18

SAUK CENTRE

Madison Greenwaldt 9, Madison Moritz 6, Kelsey Peschel 9, Kelli Lewis 4, Mauren Thiesen 5, Shania Baum 5, Taylor Borgerding 3, Maesyn Thiesen 11, Morgan Gamradt 6, Jill Klaphake 3, Jennifer Gieske 2, Jessica Rodenbiker 2. FG 27-58 (47 percent), FT 2-4 (50 percent). 3-point 9-22 (41 percent).

CROSBY-IRONTON

Cyan Hale 5, Lauren Peterson 3, Alyssa Klancher 3, Jami Nelson 3, Abby Gindorff 4. FG 7-36 (19 percent), FT 2-12 (17 percent). 3-point 2-12 (17 percent). Overall: 2-4. Next: vs. Pierz in the third-place game of the Pierz Christmas tournament 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Cathedral 73, Pierz 69 OT

PIERZ - Talyre Boser recorded 22 points for the Pierz Pioneers in their 73-69 loss to the St. Cloud Cathedral Crusaders during Monday's opening round of the Pierz Christmas tournament Monday.

Kendra Fischer scored 17 points for the Pioneers and Kayla Carter added 13.

Cathedral 25 37 7 - 73

Pierz 28 34 11 - 69

CATHEDRAL

Kate Tomczik , Madelyn Curtis 18, Bethany Miller 2, Annie O'Hagan 5, Julia Meyer 13, Marlo Bristow 21, Morgan Prom 14. FG 28-65 (43 percent), FT 11-18 (61 percent). 3-point 6-19 (31 percent).

PIERZ

Talyre Boser 22, Becca Athman 4, Brianna Meyer 6, Shelbie Boser 6, Kayla Carter 13, Kacy Broschofsky 1, Kendra Fischer 17. FG 29-72 (40 percent), FT 5-14 (35 percent). 3-point 6-14 (42 percent). Overall: 2-5. Next: vs. Crosby-Ironton in the third-place game of the Pierz Christmas tournament 6 p.m. Tuesday.

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