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Area Girls Basketball: Imdieke, Anderson lead Hornets to title

ST. FRANCIS--Grace Imdieke was named most valuable player and Liz Anderson made the all-tournament team as the Lake Region Christian Hornets won the St. Francis Tournament Saturday.

ST. FRANCIS-Grace Imdieke was named most valuable player and Liz Anderson made the all-tournament team as the Lake Region Christian Hornets won the St. Francis Tournament Saturday.

Imdieke poured in 20 points and grabbed nine rebounds, Anderson scored 11 points with six assists and Abby Grider added 10 points in a 56-48 win over Cambridge.

Imdieke scored 12 points and snared 11 rebounds and Anderson scored 11 points with seven assists in LRCS' 46-42 win over Cambridge.

Lake Region 27 29 - 56

Cambridge 23 25 - 48

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LAKE REGION

Liz Anderson 11, Danielle Conklin 9, Abby Grider 10, Sydni Ogren 2, Valerie Imdieke 2, Grace Imdieke 20, Rachael Wiedell 2. FG 23-49 (47 percent), FT 10-24 (42 percent). Next: at Rosemount 5 p.m. Tuesday.

CAMBRIDGE

Jerusalem Solomon 11, Kristen Filetti 6, Amelia Cole 2, Julia Newton 8, Kristin Bergman 19, Patra Ugiagbe 2. FG 22-41 (54 percent). FT 3-5 (60 percent). 3-pointers: 1.

Heritage 13 29 - 42

Lake Region 29 17 - 46

HERITAGE

Krystal Wikstrom 8, Ashalon Asmus 5, Jenna Grandstand 18, Katie Russel 3, Sarah Wilson 3, Kalli Durke 5. FG 12-31 (39 percent), FT 12-26 (46 percent). 3-point 2-3 (67 percent).

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LAKE REGION

Liz Anderson 11, Danielle Conklin 6, Abby Grider 9, Grace Imdieke 12, Rachael Wiedell 8. FG 18-38 (47 percent), FT 10-24 (42 percent). Next: at St. Francis Tournament Saturday.

Pillager 68, Upsala 41

UPSALA-Gabby Martin buried five threes and finished with 27 points as the Pillager Huskies clipped the Upsala Cardinals 68-41 Saturday.

Bethany Gielow contributed 10 rebounds and Tricia Engholm 10 points for the Huskies who have won five of their last six games.

Upsala 21 20 - 41

Pillager 32 36 - 68

UPSALA

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Jenna Ripplinger , Stefani Pohlman 4, Kendra Lange , Katlin Welinski 16, Ashley Biniek 2, Samantha Thieschafer , Alexis Soltis , Laura Lange 7, Kiley Smieja 9, Annika Gunderson , Amber Biniek 1, Mia Roerick 2. FT 16-25 (percent). 3-point 1.

PILLAGER

Gabby Martin 27, Tricia Engholm 10, Hailea Books 4, Micayla Klinghagen 4, Zoe Loucks 2, Shye Makarrall , Addison March , Bethany Gielow 6, Emma Litke 7, Paige Leifermann 6, Kylie Woidyla 2. FT 8-16 (50 percent). 3-point 6. Overall: 7-3. Next: at New York Mills 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Pierz 56, Melrose 33

ST. JOSEPH-Hannah Kahl and Kelsi Stuckmayer each scored 10 points as the Pierz Pioneers defeated Melrose 56-33 in a Section 6-2A game Saturday at the College of St. Benedict.

Melrose 33

Pierz 56

PIERZ

Hannah Kahl 10, Brianna Meyer 9, Malea Boser 4, Kelsi Stuckmayer 10, Taryn Becker 3, Taylor Kimman 5, Kacy Broschofsky 6, Alyssa Gall 4, Avy Lease 5. FG 18-61(29 percent), FT 16-24 (66 percent). 3-point 4-12 (33 percent). Next: at Eden Valley-Watkins 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

Browerville-EV 88,

Pine River-Backus 40

BROWERVILLE-Bailey Wynn recorded 24 points during the Pine River-Backus Tigers' 88-40 loss to the Browerville-Eagle Valley Tigers Saturday.

Browerville-EV 30 58 - 88

Pine River-Backus 11 29 - 40

BROWERVILLE-EAGLE VALLEY

Quinn Kircher 22, Paige Callahan 8, Kale Knutson 17, Crystal Pearson 28, Kendra Buchta 9, Rakel Bryniarski 4. FG 30-51 (59 percent), FT 17-23 (74 percent).

PINE RIVER-BACKUS

Bailey Wynn 24, Alyssa Semmler 6, Gabby Rainwater 4, Emma Mills 6. FG 17-46 (37 percent), FT 1-3 (33 percent). Overall: 4-7. Next: at Clearbrook-Gonvick 7 p.m. Monday.

Warroad 53, Wadena-DC 49

WARROAD-Casey Volkmann scored 16 points and Katie Peterson 13 in the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines' 53-49 loss to the Warroad Warriors Saturday.

Warroad 22 31 - 53

Wadena-DC 17 32 - 49

WARROAD

Bailey Kleinschmidt 1, Talia Khemmany 9, Jasmine Fast 24, Rachel Oftedahl 1, Madison Plovie 7, Alexis Syverson 7, Kiana Monkman 3, Madison Pickar 1.

WADENA-DEER CREEK

Kennedy Gravelle 3, Casey Volkmann 16, Ellie Miron 3, Rachel Schwartz 5, Olivia Schwartz 8, Katie Peterson 13. Next: host Henning 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

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