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Lady Knights pick up district victory over Mavericks 68 to 42

Calli Brackenbury drives the lane and puts up a shot over a Lady Knight defender in the Mavericks’ district game at Our Redeemer’s. On the left for MLS is Leah Feland, and on the right with her back to the camera is Macy Feland.

By Roger Erickson
Our Redeemer’s hosted Mohall Lansford Sherwood for a girls’ district 12 game on Monday, January 25th.

The Lady Knights opened up a 17 to 10 lead after one quarter and then outscored the Lady Mavericks 12 to 9 for a 29 to 21 lead at the half. Our Redeemer’s cruised in the second half, as they outscored MLS 16 to 13 in the third quarter and 23 to 10 in fourth for a 68 to 42 victory.

Top scorer for ORCS: Morgan Olson with 29 points.

Scoring for MLS: Calli Brackenbury 12, 3 rebs., 1 assist, 1 steal; Macy Feland 11, 8 rebs., 1 steal; Allison Voigt 6, 5 rebs., 1 assist, 1 steal; Jorie Holsten 5, 5 rebs., 2 assists; Janie Savelkoul 3, 3 rebs., 3 assists, 1 steal; Kylie McLain 2; Leah Feland 1, 2 rebs.; and Sierra Linstead 1 reb.

Jorie Holsten, #21 for the MLS Mavericks goes up for a shot over a defender from Our Redeemer’s. Looking on for the Mavericks are #4 Jennah Haygood and #5 Macy Feland.

ORCS shot 51% from the field, made 5 of 8 freethrows for 63%, pulled down 31 rebs., dished out 19 assists, had 7 steals, committed 12 turnovers, and were called for 17 fouls. MLS shot 36% from the field, made 8 of 18 freethrows for 44%, pulled down 27 rebs., dished out 7 assists, had 5 steals, committed 20 turnovers, and were called for 8 fouls.

ORCS 17 12 16 23 = 68
MLS 10 9 13 10 = 42

This was the Mavericks’ second district loss, making their district record 4 and 2. MLS is 7 and 7 overall.

Glenburn defeats Surrey 66 to 56

Baylee Bachmeier puts up a shot on the left side of the court in the Glenburn Panther’s district game against Surrey. Also pictured for the Panthers are left to right: #22 Sierra Payne, #10 Latasha Dean, #14 Sierra Hansen, and #44 Randi Long.

By Roger Erickson
Surrey traveled to Glenburn on Thursday, January 28th for a girls’ district 12 game with Glenburn.

The Panthers from Glenburn held a 21 to 12 first quarter lead and then outscored Surrey by a bucket, 17 to 15 in the second quarter to head to the locker room at the half up 38 to 27. The Lady Mustangs outscored the Lady Panthers 22 to 17 in the third quarter, cutting Glenburn’s lead to 55 to 49 heading into the final quarter. Glenburn outscored Surrey 11 to 7 in the fourth quarter and went on to win 66 to 56.

Scoring for Glenburn: Randi Long 27, 18 rebs., 1 assist, 3 steals; Sierra Payne 17 (3-3’s), 1 reb., 5 assists, 4 steals; Anna Zelinski 11 (3-3’s), 5 rebs., 2 assists; Baylee Bachmeier 7, 5 rebs., 1 assist, 1 steal; Harlee Gunning 2, 4 rebs., 2 assists; Taylor Christianson 2, 4 rebs.; Latasha Dean 5 rebs., 3 assists; Sierra Hansen 4 rebs., 1 assist, 2 steals; Izzy Spokely 1 reb., 1 assist, 1 steal; and Raylea Folstad 1 reb.

Donita Marquart led the boys’ basketball team in cheers all evening and cheered their Glenburn Panther team on to a victory!

For the game, Glenburn shot 40.3% from the field, made 6 of 11 freethrows for 54.5%, pulled down 48 rebs., dished out 16 assists, had 11 steals, and committed 25 turnovers.

Glenburn 21 17 17 11 = 66
Surrey 12 15 22 7 = 56

The Glenburn Panthers will finish out their regular season play this week with a game at home against Nedrose on Thursday, February 4th. Game times that evening will be 5:45 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Then on Monday, February 8th the Panthers will host Burke County. This will be a doubleheader with the boys’ basketball teams. Games that evening will begin at 4:15 p.m. for the girls’ junior varsity team and the boys’ junior varsity game is scheduled for 5:15 p.m. with the girls’ varsity game to follow and then the boys’ varsity game.

Minot Ryan wins district battle with the MLS Mavericks 67 to 60

On defense for the Mavericks in their district contest at Ryan are left to right: Talon Thompson, Isaac Undlin, Berkley Santos, and Trevor Savelkoul.

By Roger Erickson
On Tuesday, January 26th, Matt Undlin’s MLS Mavericks traveled to Minot to play the Bishop Ryan Lions in a District 12 contest.

Bishop Ryan held a one point, 18 to 17, first quarter lead and then outscored MLS 20 to 15 in the second quarter to head to the locker room up 38 to 32 at the half. Ryan came out and outscored the Mavericks by a bucket, 16 to 14, in the third quarter, and then MLS outscored the Lions by a point, 14 to 13 in the fourth quarter to make the final score Ryan 67 - MLS 60.

Top scorer for Ryan: Anthony Vetter with 19 points.

Scoring for MLS: Isaac Undlin 24 (6-3’s), Talon Thompson 10 (2-3’s), Cole Southam 9 (1-3), Berkley Santos 6, Trevor Savelkoul 5 (1-3), Beau Driscoll 4 (1-3), and Chase Gates 2.

MLS lines up at the freethrow line and waits while Anthony Vetter attempts one of two freethrows. On the left for MLS is #10 Statler Olson and on the right, down low, is #21 Beau Driscoll, with #14 Talon Thompson on the top right.

MLS finished the game making eight - two point field goals, 11 three point field goals, were 11 of 12 from the freethrow line for 92%, committed 15 turnovers, and were called for 15 fouls. Ryan made 15 two point field goals, eight - three point field goals, were 13 of 22 from the freethrow line for 59%, committed 16 turnovers, and were called for 15 fouls.

MLS 17 15 14 14 = 60
Ryan 18 20 16 13 = 67

This was the Mavericks’ first district loss, making them 3 and 1 in the district standings and 9 and 3 on the season.

Our Redeemer’s cruises past Glenburn 77 to 42
By Roger Erickson
Glenburn hosted Our Redeemer’s Christian School for a boys’ District 12 contest on Tuesday, January 26th.

The Knights took the early lead and were up four points, 15 to 11, after the first quarter and then edged Glenburn 15 to 14 in the second quarter for the 38 to 25 lead at the half. The Knights from Our Redeemer’s cruised in the second half, as they outscored Glenburn 16 to 6 in the third quarter and 23 to 11 in the fourth quarter for the 77 to 42 district win.

Leading scorer for the Knights was Jayden Wetzel with 21 points.

Individual scoring for Glenburn: Dustin Weeks 22, Preston Laskowski 7, Tim Kraft 6, Trent Marquart 3, Josh Copeland 2, and CJ Benjamin 2.

Glenburn finished the game making 16 two point field goals, one - three point field goal, and went 7 of 9 from the freethrow line for 78%. Our Redeemer’s made 19 two point field goals, 11 three point field goals, and went 6 of 8 from the freethrow line for 75%.

Glenburn 11 14 6 11 = 42
ORCS 15 23 16 23 = 77

Girls' Junior Varsity
MLS vs Lewis and Clark/Berthold

Lewis and Clark/Berthold girls’ junior varsity basketball team traveled to Mohall on Thursday, January 28th for a game with Mohall Lansford Sherwood. MLS slipped by Berthold 47 to 46.

Scoring for MLS: Sierra Linstead 13, Jorie Holsten 12, Hayley Southam 6, Leah Feland 4, Mikki Bahl 4, and 2 each for Autumn Smith, Kylie McLain, Brittney Weight, and Grace Solemsaas.

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