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Area Girls Basketball: Martin paces Pillager to first PRC victory

BERTHA - Gabby Martin turned in 25 points and 10 rebounds as the Pillager Huskies picked up their first conference win with a 57-48 victory over the Bertha-Hewitt Bears in Park Region Conference action Tuesday.

BERTHA - Gabby Martin turned in 25 points and 10 rebounds as the Pillager Huskies picked up their first conference win with a 57-48 victory over the Bertha-Hewitt Bears in Park Region Conference action Tuesday.

Emma Litke added 13 and Lacy Hiltner 10 for the Huskies.

Bertha-Hewitt 29 19 - 48

Pillager 30 27 - 57

BERTHA-HEWITT

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Allysa Kimber 3, Hannah VanHale 2, Abby Foy 4, Rumor Stokes 16, Chasidy Greenwaldt 8, Taylor Shamp 15. FT 6-21 (29 percent).

PILLAGER

Gabby Martin 25, Autumn Borders 3, Addison March 1, Tricia Engholm 3, Emma Litke 13, Paige Leifermann 2, Lacy Hiltner 10. FT 22-37 (59 percent). Conference: 1-4. Overall: 4-6. Next: at Pequot Lakes 7:15 p.m. Thursday.

Aitkin 49,

Hinckley-Finlayson 23

AITKIN - Lisa Anderson recorded 14 points for the Aitkin Gobblers in their 49-23 Great River Conference win over the Hinckley-Finlayson Jaguars Tuesday.

The Gobblers are 7-0 in the conference.

Hinckley-Finlayson 9 14 - 23

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Aitkin 26 23 - 49

HINCKLEY-FINLAYSON

Alexis Petite 4, Hannah Balut 3, Taylor Jackson 6, Laken Lymburner 8, Alawna Robertson 2. FT 1-3 (33 percent).

AITKIN

Stephanie Blazek 7, Taylor Ehnstrom 8, Naomi Lane 2, Maggi Fellerman 6, Lisa Anderson 14, Brooke Miller 8, Marissa Kinzer 2, Ellie Michaletz 2. FT 7-11 (64 percent). 3-point 2-8 (25 percent). Conference: 7-0. Overall: 9-3. Next: hosts Braham 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Pequot Lakes 86,

Wadena-Deer Creek 43

PEQUOT LAKES - Haley Wiebolt topped all scorers with 16 points as the Pequot Lakes Patriots remained unbeaten in Mid-State Conference play by doubling up the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines 86-43 Tuesday night.

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Catie Ryan added 11 points and Laura Squires 10 for the Patriots who are 3-0 in the conference, 9-3 overall.

Casey Volkmann tallied 11 for the Wolverines.

Wadena-DC 22 21 - 43

Pequot Lakes 55 31 - 86

WADENA-DEER CREEK

Kendra Evans 2, Casey Volkmann 11, Carrie Nelson 2, Rachel Schwartz 9, Olivia Schwartz 2, Rylie Langer 1, Madison Barthel 1, Jennifer Craig 7, Katie Peterson 8. FT 18-28 (64 percent). Conference: 0-5. Overall: 0-10. Next: hosts Crosby-Ironton 7:15 p.m. Thursday.

PEQUOT LAKES

Caitie Ryan 11, Haley Wiebolt 16, Brittny Bzdok 9, Karli Skog , Kelsey Hart 6, Olivia Lane 4, Emilee Buell 4, Morgan Lohmiller 7, Corina Ruud 3, Laura Squires 10, Jessica Faacks 6, Maggie Heggerston , Maggie Miska 4, Sam Littman 6. FG 32-63 (51 percent), FT 16-25 (64 percent). 3-point 2-9 (22 percent). Conference: 3-0. Overall: 9-3. Next: hosts Pillager 7:15 p.m. Thursday.

Staples-Motley 56,

Verndale 47

VERNDALE - Kelsie Weite scored 14 points and the Staples-Motley Cardinals held the Verndale Pirates to just 19 second-half points in a 56-46 non-conference win Tuesday.

The Cardinals won for the ninth straight time, and the Pirates lost for the second straight game after starting 6-0.

Kaitlin Spar and Grace Wolhowe each tallied 10 points for the Cardinals. Spar also snatched 12 rebounds and Wolhowe swiped six steals.

Shania Glenz led the Pirates in scoring with 20 points, and Sarah Moenkedick collected 10.

Verndale 27 19 - 46

Staples-Motley 26 30 - 56

VERNDALE

Jordyn Glenz 4, Sarah Moenkedick 10, Elyssa Kern 8, Shania Glenz 20, Keila Schmitz 4. FG 17-41 (41 percent), FT 10-23 (43 percent). 3-point 0-4 (0 percent). Overall: 6-2. Next: at Sebeka 7:30 p.m. Friday.

STAPLES-MOTLEY

Kelsie Weite 14, Kaitlin Spar 10, Megan Dumpprope 5, Quinn Uhlman 7, Grace Wolhowe 10, Claire Wolhowe 4, Amber Robben 6. FG 19-44 (43 percent), FT 6-9 (67 percent). 3-point 4-13 (31 percent). Overall: 10-1. Next: hosts Detroit Lakes 7:15 p.m. Thursday.

Zimmerman 52,

Little Falls 40

ZIMMERMAN - Kendra Pohlman scored 10 points to lead Little Falls in a 52-40 loss to Zimmerman in a Granite Ridge Conference game on Tuesday.

Zimmerman 20 32 - 52

Little Falls 17 23 - 40

ZIMMERMAN

Cami Bond 13, Bailey Engelkes 1, Danielle Williams 10, Naomi Hagstrom 2, Alyssa Daugherty 13, Madaline Jacob 1, Alexis Olerich 12. FG 19-54 (35 percent), FT 11-26 (42 percent). 3-point 3-17 (18 percent).

LITTLE FALLS

Jordan Schuett 3, Kristin Stewart 5, Rachel Boros 2, Kendra Pohlman 10, Katie Mammenga 6, Sophie Sowada 2, Laura Fregin 8, Mikayla Burns 4. FG 15-45 (33 percent), FT 6-16 (38 percent). 3-point 4-15 (27 percent). Conference: 0-6. Overall: 1-11. Next: at Mora 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

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