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Dickinson Trinity boys put clamps on Watford City

WATFORD CITY — Catapulted by a 14-4 advantage in the second quarter, the Dickinson Trinity boys basketball team defeated Watford City 46-25 on Saturday, Feb. 10 from the Rough Rider Center.

The 25 points scored by Watford City is the lowest point total the Titans have allowed in a game this season, surpassing a 76-33 victory over Richardton-Taylor on Dec. 12.

Trinity (11-8, Region 7 6-3) held the Wolves under double figures in each of the four quarters.

With eight different players adding to the scoreboard, the Titans were led by senior guard Noah Sickler with 11 points.

Junior guard Nevada Berquist led the Watford City with eight points.

Results SaturdayDickinson Trinity 46, Watford City 25
DT 10 14 11 11WC 8 4 8 5DT: Noah Sickler 11, Jacob Kubas 9, Aric Knopik 8, Alec Sickler 6, Easton Walby 5, Colton Jones 3, Cheydan Hauf 2, Seth Herner 2.WC: Nevada Berquist 8, Jaydn Ewing 6, Jessen Homiston 4, Carter Zenz 4, Ryan Elphic 3.3-pointers: DT 1 (Jones 1), WC 0. Free throws: DT 7-12, WC 1-5. Total fouls: DT 12, WC 12. Turnovers: DT 20, WC 18. Records: DT 11-8 (Region 7 6-3), WC 4-15 (Region 8 0-1, District 15 3-1).
Patrick Bernadeau

Patrick Bernadeau is a sports reporter for the Dickinson Press. He can be reached at his office number (701) 456-1211 or email him at pbernadeau@thedickinsonpress.com. Joining the Dickinson Press in July 2017, he was previously a freelance sports writer for Treasure Coast Newspapers (TCPalm.com) in Stuart, FL as well as carrying bylines from the Associated Press, Miami Herald, Orlando Sentinel, Florida Today and Naples Daily News. Prior to his move to Dickinson, he resided in Port St. Lucie, FL, earning a Bachelor's Degree from Florida Atlantic University. Patrick was born and raised in Brockton, Mass and is an avid Boston sports fan. Born to Haitian parents, Patrick's favorite meal is Griot with Banana Peze, Pikliz (Fried pork with smashed plaintains and a spicy vegetable relish) and a tall glass of Cherry Coke.

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