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Area Girls Basketball: Huskies take down Gobblers

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AITKIN — Juliana Ewald posted 22 points for the Pillager Huskies who downed the Aitkin Gobblers 71-37 in a non-conference game Thursday, Jan. 16.

Sadie Hopman added 11 and Jordyn VanVickel 10 for Pillager.

Rae Nyberg’s recorded 10 points to lead the Gobblers

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Pillager 53 18 -- 71
Aitkin 21 16 -- 37

PILLAGER
Jordyn VanVickle 10, Grace Grimsley 9, Greta Hall 2, Sadie Hopman 11, Juliana Ewald 22, Jenna Woidyla 7, Jada Loucks 1, Olivia Peterson 4, Emma Schmit 5. FT 8-15 (53%). Overall: 9-4. Next: hosts Menahga 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 17.

AITKIN
Jenna Cline 4, Ally Ehnstrom 8, Bella Westerlund 4, Rae Nyberg 10, Teagan Piecek 8, Sarah McMillan 3. FT 10-20 (50%). Overall: 1-11. Next: hosts Barnum 7:15 p.m. Monday, Jan. 20.

Wadena-Deer Creek 54, Sebeka 33

WADENA — Kennedy Gravelle led all scorers with 21 points for the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines who defeated the Sebeka Trojans 54-33 in a Park Region Conference game Thursday, Jan. 16.

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Sebeka 12 21 -- 33
Wadena-Deer Creek 19 35 -- 54

SEBEKA
Maggie Erickson 4, Kenzie Nelson 3, Maya Lake 16, Jolee Lillquist 4, Alisyn Rathcke 1, Tori Lee 2, Jayde Peterson 3. FT 7-16 (44%).

WADENA-DEER CREEK
Madison Carsten 8, Kennedy Gravelle 21, Madison Packer 5, Mackenzie Carsten 5, Lauryn Gravelle 9, Laura Krause 6. FT 17-20 (85%). Conference: 5-3. Overall: 7-7. Next: hosts Bagley 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21.

Park Rapids 53, Crosby-Ironton 44

CROSBY — Lily Peterson scored 16 points and Karli Nixon added 12 for the Crosby-Ironton Rangers in a 53-44 Mid-State Conference loss to the Park Rapids Panthers Thursday, Jan. 16.

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Park Rapids 35 18 -- 53
Crosby-Ironton 20 24 -- 44

PARK RAPIDS
Tori Weaver 13, Olivia Davis 3, Paige Johnson 6, Rilee Michaelson 23, Hannah Morgan 8. FG 20-52 (38%), FT 7-23 (30%). 3-point 6-14 (42%).

CROSBY-IRONTON
Mya Decent 1, Lily Peterson 16, Karli Nixon 12, Jacey Rydberg 7, Tori Decent 8. FG 18-54 (33%), FT 5-10 (50%). 3-point 3-12 (25%). Conference: 3-2. Overall: 9-5. Next: hosts Cloquet 7:15 p.m. Friday, Jan. 17.

Esko 55, Pequot Lakes 46

ESKO — Maci Martini paced the Pequot Lakes Patriots with 15 points in a 55-46 non-conference loss to the Esko Eskomos Thursday, Jan. 16.

Esko 26 29 -- 55
Pequot Lakes 22 24 -- 46

ESKO
Jayden Karppinen 8, Aila Gabel 3, Sarah Wagemaker 12,Mallory Sunnarborg 6, Kristy DeMuth 21, Brenna Stark 5. FT 21-32 (66%).

PEQUOT LAKES
Carly Chaney 6, Afton Crocker 2, Kelsi Martini 7, Maci Martini 15, Elisa Flaws 2, Emma Benson 6, Lauren Schultz 8. FT 9-12 (75%). Overall: 7-10. Next: hosts Detroit Lakes 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 23.

Pine City 70, Pierz 57

PIERZ — Kylie Waytashek tallied 13 points for the Pierz Pioneers who were defeated 70-57 by the Pine City Dragons in a non-conference game Thursday, Jan. 16.

Pine City 30 40 -- 70
Pierz 24 33 -- 57

PIERZ
Kiara Olesch 8, Katie Leidenfrost 2, Emily Dehler 9, Courtney Strohmeier 5, Alissa Girtz 3, Anna Taylor 8, Emily Sadlovsky 1, Mariah Olesch 8, Kylie Waytashek 13. FG 22-53 (41%), FT (%). 3-point ( %). Overall: 7-5. Next: at Foley 7:15 p.m. Friday, Jan. 17.

Henning 67, Staples-Motley 47

STAPLES — Katilyn Smith was 3-of-4 from 3-point to finish with a team-high 13 points for the Staples-Motley Cardinals in a 67-47 loss to Class 1A’s sixth-ranked Henning Hornets Thursday, Jan. 16.

Haley Cichos finished with seven points and eight rebounds and Alix Peterson scored nine points for S-M.

Henning 34
Staples-Motley 14

HENNING
Faith Fisher 4, Megan Rinicker 2, Ellie Dague 26, Megan Weber 10, Sydney Eckhoff 4, Abi Eckhoff 8, Autumn Grasswick 10, Kylie Frederick 3. FT 10-14 (71%).

STAPLES-MOTLEY
Kaila Erbe 2, Haley Cichos 7, Addison Lorber 8, Katilyn Smith 13, Alix Peterson 9, Tabatha Allen 6, Bella Martin 2. FG 16-49 (33%), FT 9-13 (69%). 3-point 6-20 (30%). Overall: 5-10. Next: hosts Aitkin 7:15 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 23.
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