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WATFORD CITY -- The Dickinson Trinity girls basketball team used a strong third quarter to put Watford City away on Saturday.

Clinging to a 27-22 lead, Trinity outscored the Wolves 20-4 in the third quarter to take a 57-40 win.

"Again, our depth really helped us tonight," Trinity coach Alysia Hugret said. "Being able to throw fresh bodies against them was key for us."

Trinity senior Emily Gordon led the way with a game-high 12 points and teammate Marinna Marsh added 10.

It was still a game at halftime until the Titans busted out with a big third quarter offensively, while the defense held Watford City in check.

"We made a few adjustments at halftime," Hugret said. "We didn't have as many breakdowns, defensively."

Trinity 16 27 47 57

WC 10 22 26 40

T: Emily Gordon 12, Marinna Marsh 10, Avery Jirges 9, Mackenzie Glasser 7, Sheyenne Plummer 5, Katie Kovash 5, Breanna Messer 5, Shannon Ernst 4.

WC: Kara Johnsrud 8, Jayme Johnson 8, Shakira Mclaughlin 8, Mamie Kieson 6, Karlee Hanna 4, Marti Quale 2.

3-pointers: Glasser 1, Gordon 1. Free throws: T 19-30, WC 0-4. Total fouls: T 12, WC 20. Rebounds: T 36 (Jirges 5), Home 23 (Johnsrud 5). Assists: T 8 (Plummer 4), WC 13 (Olivia Sundeen 6). Steals: T 16 (Plummer 5), WC 13 (Sundeen 4). Blocks: T 0, WC 1 (Karson Pederson). Turnovers: T 20, WC 25.