The Dickinson State softball team won their first game on Friday in dramatic fashion over Mayville State on Friday, 2-1.
Dallis Mitchell knocked in Jaya Allen for the game winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning to secure the win for Dickinson State.
Mitchell went 2-4 at the plate with one RBI.
Allen pitched a complete game and recorded 12 strikeouts. Center Fielder Trinity Anderson singled in the third inning and stole second base, then Allen knocker her in.
In game two, the Blue Hawks lost to Morningside, 4-3, for the second time during the young season.
The Blue Hawks record dropped to 2-4.
Each team scored a run in the first inning, but Morningside added one in the second to take the lead. After each team scored one run in the third, Mornigside led 4-2 after four innings. Dickinson State scored in the sixth but it was not enough to tie the game.
Rhea Paiva and Katelyn Kubitschek each recorded two hits for the Blue Hawks. Mitchell and Paiva recorded one RBI each. Kubitschek scored two of Dickinson State’s three runs.
The Dickinson State men’s basketball team won Friday at Valley City by a score of 70-59. Their record improved to 10-16 overall and their NSAA record now sits at 8-6. Malcohm Hill scored 17, Kenny Jackson chipped in 16 and Montel Carlow scored 14 in the win. Hill also had 12 rebounds in the win.
The women’s team lost 75-53 to Valley City. Their record dropped to 8-19 overall and 4-10 in NSAA. Ashlie Larson led them with 19 points. Shali Sheridan scored seven points and Danielle Wallace added six.
High School Girls Basketball
In the Region 7 class B girls play-in games, Glen-Ullin Hebron beat Hazen 50-37, Beulah beat Mott-Regent 57-46 and New England defeated Killdeer 61-50.
No. 8 seed Glen-Ullin Hebron will take on No. 1 seed Beach on Monday in the region 7 tournament in Dickinson at 2 p.m. No. 7 seed Beulah will face No. 2 seed Heart River and No. 6 seed New England will face off with No. 3 seed Hettinger-Scranton in the final game of the day on Monday.