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CASS LAKE--Gabby Rainwater led the Pine River-Backus Tigers with 22 points and 15 rebounds in a 76-46 win over the Cass Lake-Bena Panthers in a Northwoods Conference game Tuesday.

CASS LAKE-Gabby Rainwater led the Pine River-Backus Tigers with 22 points and 15 rebounds in a 76-46 win over the Cass Lake-Bena Panthers in a Northwoods Conference game Tuesday.

Alyssa Semmler posted 20 points and Rylie Hirschey had 14 points for the Tigers.

Cass Lake-Bena 27 19-46

Pine River-Backus 44 32-76

CASS LAKE-BENA

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Taryn Frazer 7, Serayah Drouillard 7, Michelle Jourdain 2, Amira LaDuke 2, Mya Reyes 3, Trina Headbird 12, Raquel Wilson Kornezos 6, Malaina Reyes 1, Hannah Brunelle 3, Mariah Ortiz 3. FG 17-46 (37 percent), FT 8-15 (53 percent). 3-point 4-15 (26 percent).

PINE RIVER-BACKUS

Bailey Wynn 10, Sidney Lodge 1, Gabby Rainwater 22, Claire Dahl 1, Alyssa Semmler 20, Anna Felthous 2, Rylie Hirschey 14, Emma Barchus 4, Emma Templeton 2. FG 27-63 (43 percent), FT 19-34 (56 percent). 3-point 3-14 (21 percent). Conference: 3-1. Overall: 9-5. Next: at Browerville 3 p.m. Saturday.

Little Falls 51, Bemidji 46

LITTLE FALLS-Sophia Sowada tallied 20 points for the Little Falls Flyers who held the Bemidji Lumberjacks to just seven first-half points in a 51-46 Section 8-3A win Tuesday.

Bemidji 7 39-46

Little Falls 18 33-51

BEMIDJI

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Katie Alto 2, Samantha Edlund 2, Allison Beard 8, Lindsey Hildenbrand 11, Kennedy Mills 4, Mackenzie Nicklason 6, Ciara Cermak 4, Klaryssa Whelan 6, Macy Flatness 3. FT 13-18 (72 percent).

LITTLE FALLS

Megan Kirk 5, Allie Steinmetz 9, Rachel Tembreull 7, Taylor Jordan 2, Erika Bassett 2, Sophia Sowada 20, Kali Mammenga 6. FT 17-26 (65 percent). Overall: 7-7. Next: hosts Zimmerman 7:15 p.m. Thursday.

Aitkin 52,

Two Harbors 26

AITKIN-Ramsey Moe led the Aitkin Gobblers with 16 points in a 52-26 win over the Two Harbors Agates in a non-conference game Tuesday.

Maggi Fellerman posted 10 points for the Gobblers who won their third consecutive game.

Two Harbors 8 18-26

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Aitkin 31 21-52

TWO HARBORS

Mary Libby 2, Elise Poe-Johnson 2, Carina Hebl 4, Katie Archer 9, Brianna Hiukka 2, Tricia Osbakken 7. FT 6-8 (75 percent).

AITKIN

Jillian MacDonald 3, Lydia Fellerman 2, Kendra Grouhlke 2, Amy Gaulke 1, Samantha Hanson 6, Kaija Davies 8, Maggi Fellerman 10, Ramsey Moe 16, Brooklyn Brezinsky 2, Sarah Curtiss 2. FT 8-10 (80 percent). Overall: 10-4. Next: at Braham 7:15 p.m. Friday.

Lake Region 54, Prior Lake 31

PRIOR LAKE-Abby Grider pumped in 10 points for the Lake Region Hornets in their 54-31 win over the Prior Lake Eagles Tuesday in a Minnesota Association of Christian Schools game.

Prior Lake 8 23-31

Lake Region 24 30-54

PRIOR LAKE

Sarah Holiday 6, Isabella Taylor 7, Casey Galstead 11, Audrey Jensen 7.

LAKE REGION

Sydni Ogren 2, Abby Grider 10, Elly Crocker 4, Valeríe lmdieke 8, Hannah McGaffey 4, Taylor Borowicz 6, Lydia Neubert 2, lsabel Anderson 7, Tori Plemel 4, Esther Mitchell 2, Whitlee Moore 2. FG 23-66 (35 percent), FT 4-15 (27 percent). 3-point 4-7 (57 percent). Conference: 6-5. Overall: 7-6. Next: Rosemount at Lake Region on Friday at 5:00 p.m.

Proctor 81, C-I 73 OT

CROSBY-Shyanne Loiland led a balanced scoring attack with 21 points for the Crosby-Ironton Rangers who came up short in an 81-73 overtime non-conference loss to the Proctor Rails Tuesday.

Lily Peterson added 17 for the Rangers while Jami Nelson finished with 14 and Tori Decent had 11.

Proctor 38 32 11-81

Crosby-Ironton 38 32 3-73

PROCTOR

Jessica Haedrich 28, Liz Frase 11, Sam Parendo 6, Morgan Nylund 16, Eve Turner 11, Katelyn Marunich 7. FG 27-69 (39 percent), FT 16-24 (67 percent). 3-point 9-22 (41 percent).

CROSBY-IRONTON

Jami Nelson 14, Lily Peterson 17, Jacey Rydberg, Kylie Monson 1, Karli Nixon 5, Tori Decent 11, Shyanne Loiland 21, Mariah Bodle 4. FG 30-66 (45 percent), FT 2-7 (29 percent). 3-point 11-27 (41 percent). Overall: 8-7. Next: at Park Rapids 7:15 p.m. Friday.

Menahga 79, Pillager 39

PILLAGER-Jordyn Vanvickle registered 12 points for the Pillager Huskies in a 79-39 loss to the Menahga Braves Tuesday in a Park Region Conference match-up.

Menahga leads Park Region Conference with a 8-0 record. Braves are 12-0 overall and are Class 1A's No. 5 ranked team according to the Quality Results Formula.

Maggie Schmit recorded 10 points for the Huskies.

Menahga 50 29-79

Pillager 24 15-39

MENAHGA

Kate Hendrickson 2, Alyssa Peterson 25, Megan Hendrickson 19, Tara Hendrickson 9, Cierra Ahlf 17, Leah Schwartz 4, Greta Hillukka 3. FT 6-9 (66 percent).

PILLAGER

Jordyn Vanvickle 12, Maggie Schmit 10, Hailea Books 8, Bailey Knoblauch 8, Samantha Thomas 1. FT 12-17 (70 percent). Conference: 1-6. Overall: 5-10. Next: at Bertha-Hewitt 7 p.m. Friday.

New York Mills 51, Verndale 30

NEW YORK MILLS-Morgan Glenz tallied 11 points for the Verndale Pirates as they fell 51-30 to the New York Mills Eagles in a Park Region Conference game Tuesday.

New York Mills 27 24-51

Verndale 15 15-30

NEW YORK MILLS

Harley Wurst 10, Tiffany Thompson 9, Karli Kawlewski 2, Kenna Salo 2, Emilee White 3, Anna Carlson 2, Madalyn Erp 23. FG 20-50 (40 percent), FT 9-13 (69 percent). 3-point 2-10 (20 percent).

VERNDALE

Morgan Glenz 11, Mardi Ehrmantraut 5, Haley Youngbauer 2, Katie Johnson 2, Allison Olsson 8, Melissa Hammer 2. FG 11-46 (24 percent), FT 6-10 (60 percent). 3-point 2-10 (20 percent). Conference: 2-5. Overall: 4-10. Next: hosts Upsala 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

Sebeka 55, Wadena-DC 50

WADENA-Kennedy Gravelle posted 14 points, eight rebounds, four blocked shots and two steals for the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines in a 55-50 loss to the Sebeka Trojans in Tuesday's Park Region Conference game.

Also reaching double figures for the Wolverines were Ashley Adams and Casey Volkmann with 13 points apiece.

Sebeka 32 23-55

Wadena-Deer Creek 26 24-50

SEBEKA

Maggie Erickson 2, Kenzie Nelson 10, Maya Lake 11, Jolee Lillquist 5, Madi Bullock 5, Megan Heino 12, Jayde Petersen 10. FG 18-65 (27 percent), FT 12-26 (46 percent). 3-point 7-18 (38 percent).

WADENA-DEER CREEK

Ashley Adams 13, Casey Volkmann 13, Ellie Miron 8, Hailey Wiederich 2, Kennedy Gravelle 14, Madison Packer 2. FG 20-67 (29 percent), FT 5-9 (55 percent). 3-point 7-21 (33 percent). Conference: 4-3. Overall: 5-9. Next: hosts Verndale 6 p.m. Friday.

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