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Glenburn uses big fourth quarter to defeat MLS 67 to 55




















Dustin Weeks, #55 for Glenburn, goes up for a shot in the Panthers’ District game against the MLS Mavericks. Beau Driscoll, #21 for MLS, goes up to block the shot. Others looking on are #22 Trevor Savelkoul, #14 Talon Thompson, and Isaac Undlin, #15 for the Mavericks, and #40 Preston Laskowski from Glenburn.

By Roger Erickson
Glenburn traveled to Mohall on Friday, February 5th for a boys’ district 12 game against the Mohall Lansford Sherwood Mavericks.

Glenburn jumped out to an 18 to 7 first quarter lead and then MLS outscored the Panthers by three, 14 to 11, in the second quarter to cut the Panthers’ lead to 29 to 21 at the half. The Mavericks took their first lead of the game with just a little over three minutes to go in the third quarter, but Glenburn came back and scored at the buzzer to regain the lead at 41 to 39. The Mavericks did manage to outscore the Panthers 18 to 12 in the third quarter. The Panthers from Glenburn made 15 freethrows in the fourth quarter to outscore the Mavericks 26 to 16 and picked up the 67 to 55 district win.

Individual scoring for Glenburn: Trent Marquart 25 (1-3), Dustin Weeks 13, Josh Copeland 9, Matt Dufner 6 (2-3’s), Tim Kraft 6 (1-3), Preston Laskowski 5 (1-3), Colby Mendiola 2, and CJ Benjamin 1.

Scoring for the Mavericks: Talon Thompson 17 (5-3’s), Isaac Undlin 11 (3-3’s), Beau Driscoll 8 (1-3), Trevor Savelkoul 8, Chase Gates 5 (1-3), Cole Southam 2, Jacob Smith 2, and Berkley Santos 2.
















Cole Southam for MLS dribbles between three Glenburn defenders, Tim Kraft, #5 Chad Benjamin, and #1 Trent Marquart. Looking on are Dustin Weeks of Glenburn, #15 Isaac Undlin and #22 Trevor Savelkoul for the MLS Mavericks. Glenburn won the district game by a score of 67 to 55.

For the game, Glenburn made 14 two point field goals, five - three point field goals, were 24 of 30 from the freethrow line for 80%, committed 16 turnovers, and were called for 16 fouls. MLS finished with 10 two point field goals, 10 three point field goals, were 5 of 10 from the freethrow line for 50%, committed 18 turnovers, and were called for 21 fouls.

Glenburn 18 11 12 26 = 67
MLS 7 14 18 16 = 55

MLS traveled to Kenmare on Monday, February 8th for a non-conference game with the Honkers. The Glenburn Panthers hosted Burke County. Results of those games were not known by press time.

Next action for the Mavericks will be Saturday, February 13th when they will travel to Stanley for a non-conference game. Games will start at 12:00 p.m. that afternoon.

Glenburn’s next game will be on Tuesday, February 16th when they finish out their regular season play with a non-conference game with Powers Lake at Glenburn. Game times are 5:45 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.


Lady Mavericks pick up 53 to 41
victory over Washburn on Senior night

















MLS played their final regular season game on Thursday, February 4th when they hosted the Washburn Cardinals. Prior to the start of the game, the two MLS senior players and their parents were introduced. Seniors on the team are left to right: Allison Voigt, daughter of LoAyne and Robby Voigt of Mohall, and Delaine Hanson, daughter of Jennifer and Shannon Hanson of Sherwood.

By Roger Erickson
Mohall Lansford Sherwood hosted Washburn in Mohall on Thursday, February 4th for a girls’ non-conference game on senior night.

MLS held a one point, 11 to 10, lead after one quarter and then outscored Washburn 13 to 8 in the second for a 24 to 18 lead at the half. The Lady Cardinals outscored the Lady Mavericks by a point, 15 to 14, in the third quarter and then MLS outscored them 15 to 8 in the fourth quarter for the 53 to 41 victory.

The win improved the Mavericks’ record to 8 and 11 on the season as they head into the District 12 Tournament February 11th, 12th, and 13th at the Minot Municipal Auditorium. MLS will play their first game on the 11th at 4:30 p.m. against the Glenburn Panthers.

Top scorer for Washburn was Carly Freeman with 14 points.


















Macy Feland, #5 for MLS rips the ball away from a Washburn player. Looking on for MLS are #34 Allison Voigt and #24 Janie Savelkoul.

Scoring for MLS: Macy Feland 15, 16 rebs., 2 assists, 4 steals; Calli Brackenbury 10 (3-3’s), 2 rebs., 2 assists, 1 steal; Leah Feland 9, 5 rebs., 2 assists, 3 steals; Allison Voigt 7, 6 rebs., 2 assists; Jorie Holsten 6, 3 rebs., 1 assist; Janie Savelkoul 4, 4 assists, 1 steal; Jennah Haygood 2; Delaine Hanson 2 rebs., 3 assists; Sierra Linstead 1 reb and Kylie McLain 1 reb.

MLS finished the game shooting 48% from the field, made 8 of 18 freethrows for 44%, pulled down 36 rebs., dished out 16 assists, had 9 steals, committed 18 turnovers, and were called for 12 fouls.Washburn shot 29% from the field, made 3 of 6 freethrows for 50%, pulled down 26 rebs., dished out 14 assists, had 10 steals, committed 17 turnovers, and were called for 19 fouls.

Washburn 10 8 15 8 = 41
MLS 11 13 14 15 = 53


Glenburn defeats Nedrose 94 to 23


























Latasha Dean goes up for two points in the Glenburn Panthers’ game against Nedrose. Looking on for the Panthers is #22 Sierra Payne.

By Roger Erickson
The Glenburn Panthers hosted Nedrose for a girls’ non-conference game on Thursday, February 4th.

Glenburn took the early lead, as they opened up a 30 to 12 lead after one quarter and then outscored Nedrose 15 to 4 in the second quarter for a 45 to 14 lead at the half. The Panthers then shut out Nedrose 30 to 0 in the third quarter and went on to win the game 94 to 23 by outscoring Nedrose 19 to 7 in the final quarter.

Top scorer for Nedrose: Hailey Roberts with 8 points.

Scoring for Glenburn: Baylee Bachmeier 24, Randi Long 15, Anna Zelinski 11, Taylor Christianson 9, Latasha Dean 9, Sierra Hansen 6, Kyanne Derr 5, Sierra Payne 5, Brenna Nelson 4, London Andel 4, and Izzy Spokely 2.

Game stats: Nedrose made nine - two point field goals, and were 5 of 5 from the freethrow line for 100%. Glenburn made 33 two point field goals, two - three point field goals, and were 22 of 37 from the freethrow line for 59%.

Nedrose 12 4 0 7 = 23
Glenburn 30 15 30 19 = 94
















On defense for the Panthers in their game against Nedrose are left to right: #44 Randi Long, #22 Sierra Payne, Anna Zelinski, #32 Taylor Christianson, and Latasha Dean.

The Glenburn Lady Panthers finished up their regular season play on Monday, February 8th when they hosted the Burke County Titans. Result of that game was not known by press time.

Glenburn will move into District 12 action on Thursday, February 11th when they will play Mohall Lansford Sherwood at 4:30 p.m. at the Minot Municipal Auditorium. Tournament action will continue on Friday, February 12th and Saturday, February 13th.


Junior Varsity Basketball
MLS vs Bottineau

Mohall Lansford Sherwood’s girls’ basketball team traveled to Bottineau on Monday, February 1st for a junior varsity game against the Stars. MLS won the game, defeating Bottineau by a score of 47 to 38.

Scoring for MLS: Sierra Linstead 12, Brittney Weight 8, Kylie McLain 8, Jorie Holsten 7, Leah Feland 6, Ally Feland 4, and Hayley Southam 2.




























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