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Mavericks remain undefeated in
Region play with 64 to 18 win over Ray

The five MLS senior boys and their parents were introduced prior to the start of the MLS vs. Ray football game on Friday, October 2nd, as this was the Mavericks’ final regular season game. Recognized were back row, left to right: Mason Nehring, son of Pam and Mike Nehring; Zach Urfer, son of Scott Urfer and Colette Urfer; and Trey Holsten, son of Rhonda and Jim Holsten. Front row, left to right: Tanner Driscoll, son of Dana and Chad Driscoll; and Matthew Lafferty, son of Joyce and Kelvin Lafferty.

The MLS Mavericks hosted the Ray Jays for their final regular season home contest on Friday, October 2nd. This was a Region 6 nine-man contest. Prior to the start of the game the five senior players and their parents were introduced. Seniors on the team are Tanner Driscoll, Trey Holsten, Matthew Lafferty, Mason Nehring, and Zach Urfer.

MLS won the coin toss but chose to kick off to the Jays. The Jays first possession resulted in a fumble which the Mavericks recovered. With 11:34 on the clock, MLS quarterback Isaac Undlin called his own number and ran 36 yards for the Mavericks’ first touchdown of the night. Talon Thompson added the extra two points on his run to make it an 8 to 0 game. MLS found their way into the end zone again with 4:13 to go in the quarter when Talon Thompson ran 22 yards for the touchdown. The extra points pass to Statler Olson was good. MLS now lead 16 to 0. Ray finally got on the boards a minute later when Atati Mita scored on a 70 yard pass from Garrett Hodenfield. Their two point conversion was no good and the scoreboard now showed MLS leading 16 to 6, which is how the quarter ended.
Statler Olson (#10) for MLS gets the punt return and breaks away from a Ray defender. Also pictured for the Mavericks is #2 Cole Southam.

The Mavericks outscored the Jays 34 to 6 in the second quarter to make it a 50 to 12 game at the half. Talon Thompson scored his second touchdown of the night with 11:20 to go in quarter on his 40 yard run. The two point run failed. Then with 6:38 to play, Isaac Undlin scored his second TD of the night, this one from 5 yards out, and again the two point conversion was no good. It was now a 28 to 6 game. With 4:39 to go in the quarter, the Ray Jays were forced to punt to the Mavericks. Statler Olson received the punt and scampered 49 yards for a Maverick touchdown with 4:17 on the clock. The Mavericks again failed to convert on the two point conversion. With 3:21 to go, Atati Mita scored his second touchdown of the night for the Jays as he punched the ball across the line from two yards out. The Jays failed to complete the two point conversion, and it was a 34 to 12 game. MLS finished out the quarter with two more touchdowns, the first begin a 29 yard run from Talon Thompson, his third of the night, and Cole Southam ran the pigskin in to complete the two point conversion. The final Maverick touchdown that quarter was scored with just 57 ticks on the clock when Statler Olson recovered a Ray fumble and ran 46 yards for the touchdown, his second of the night. Talon Thompson added the extra two points to put the Mavericks up 50 to 12 at the half.

The only touchdown in the third quarter was scored by the Mavericks and that was on a 14 yard run by Cole Southam with 6:33 to play. MLS lead 58 to 12 at the stop.
Both teams made it into the end zone in the fourth quarter, with Ray scoring first. Atati Mita scored his third touchdown of the night with 4:46 to play on a 56 yard pass from Hodenfield. The extra point kick failed, making it a 58 to 18 game. Then just as the clock was winding down, Dillon Mortensen made it into the end zone for MLS, scoring on a 33 yard run, ending the game at 64 to 18.

The win improves MLS to 6 and 1 overall and the Mavericks remain undefeated in Region 6 play at 6 and 0. Their final regular season contest will be this Friday, October 9th when MLS will travel to Crosby to play the Divide County Maroons. Kickoff is at 7:00 p.m.

Game stats for the Mavericks:

Rushing: Talon Thompson - 14 carries for 169 yards and three touchdowns; Cole Southam - 10 carries for 73 yards and a touchdown; Isaac Undlin - 11 carries for 83 yards and two touchdowns; Zavure Frech - 2 carries for 46 yards; Dillon Mortensen - 6 carries for 56 yards and a touchdown; and Beau Driscoll - 1 carry for a -5 yards.

Passing: Isaac Undlin completed 1 of 4 passes for 3 yards.

Receiving: Statler Olson had 1 catch for 3 yards.

Punt Returns: Statler Olson - 2 for 49 yards and a touchdown.

Kickoff Returns: Tanner Driscoll - 2 for 64 yards; and Beau Driscoll - 2 for 13 yards.

Punts: Talon Thompson - 2 for 78 yards.

MLS Lady Mavericks defeat
the Surrey Mustangs 3 sets to 1

Katie Gates sets up the ball for her teammates in the Mavericks’ match at Surrey on September 29th.

Coach Jaime Adams’ MLS Mavericks traveled to Surrey on Tuesday, September 29th for a district match up against the Surrey Mustangs.

Surrey took the opening lead in the match as they went up 3 to 0 before the Mavericks scored. The Mustangs maintained the lead until the Mavericks tiedcome back and tie things up at 9 to 9 and it was again tied at 10 to 10. The Mustangs then took the lead and never gave it up, as they went on to edge the Mavericks 25 to 23.

After giving up the first point in the second set, MLS rallied to come back and tie it up at 1 to 1 and then never looked back, as they went on to defeat the Mustangs 25 to 13. The match was now tied at one set a piece.

The third set was a horse race between the two teams, as the teams were neck and neck and tied on eight different occasions. But the Mavericks fought off the Mustangs and went on to win by a score of 26 to 24 to take a 2 to 1 lead.

MLS was not going to be denied the district win, as they came out big in the fourth set and took the early 7 to 1 lead. The Mavericks only gave up 10 points and went on to win 25 to 10.

The 3 to 1 win for the Mavericks improved their overall record to 5 and 4, and MLS is 3 and 1 in district play.

Match stats for the Mavericks: Kills: Macy Feland 10, Jorie Holsten 7, Morgan Depute 6, Skylar McLain 6, and Allison Voigt 3.

Lewis and Clark/Berthold takes three straight sets from Glenburn

Latasha Dean, front right, attempts a block in the Panthers’ district match against Lewis and Clark/Berthold. Backing up Dean is Izzy Spokely

A District volleyball match was played in Glenburn on Tuesday, September 29th when the Lady Panthers hosted the Lewis and Clark/Berthold Bombers. The Bombers went home with the win, as they took three straight sets from the Panthers to win the match 3 to 0.

Individual match stats for the Glenburn Panthers:

Kills: Sierra Payne 3, Latasha Dean 3, and Harlee Gunning 2.

Assists: Kyanne Derr 5 and Anna Zelinski 4.

Aces: Anna Zelinski 1, Kyanne Derr 1, Harlee Gunning 1, and Raylea Folstad 1.

Blocks: Latasha Dean 2, Harlee Gunning 1, and Alexis Heinle 1.

Digs: Sierra Payne 10, Raylea Folstad 10, Baylee Bachmeier 5, and Anna Zelinski 4.

The Lady Panthers had three matches this week as they traveled to Tioga on Monday, October 5th and on Tuesday, October 6th were in Minot to play the Bishop Ryan Lions. Results of those matches were not known by press time. On Thursday, October 8th, Glenburn will host South Prairie for a District match. Match times are 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.

Glenburn will finish up the week on Saturday, October 10th by hosting the Northwest Conference Volleyball Tournament. Pool play starts at 9:00 a.m.

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