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Beulah Miners boys basketball hands Dickinson Trinity first Region 7 loss

BEULAH -- In a battle of undefeated Region 7 teams, Beulah's boys basketball team got the best of Dickinson Trinity Monday evening, winning 67-60.Beulah senior Josh Remmick led all scorers with 20 points, and junior Reece Hoherz and senior Casey ...

BEULAH - In a battle of undefeated Region 7 teams, Beulah’s boys basketball team got the best of Dickinson Trinity Monday evening, winning 67-60.
Beulah senior Josh Remmick led all scorers with 20 points, and junior Reece Hoherz and senior Casey Walcker each added 13 to help give the Miners (11-2, 8-0 Region 7) the top spot in the region.
“Beulah was the aggressor,” Trinity head coach Gregg Grinsteinner said. “I don’t think they missed a shot in the first three minutes. ... We would make a good hustle play and not finish it. They were more aggressive than us tonight. Our kids competed hard, but they were the aggressor.”
After trailing 14-4 in the game’s opening minutes, the Titans (10-4, 5-1) only trailed 50-49 through three quarters.
“We were down one late and had the lead a couple times in the fourth quarter,” Grinsteinner said. “You could tell (Beulah’s) veteran leadership really stepped up.”
Beulah shot 52 percent from the field for the game and took very good care of the ball, only committing four turnovers.
Junior guard Lucas Jones led the Titans with 17 points, and junior forward Shawn Stoltz followed with 13. Senior Willy Jahner scored seven points, and Easton Walby and Noah Sickler each chipped in with six points.
Trinity won the rebounding battle 34-22 and had 17 assists to Beulah’s six, and the Titan’s hit nine 3-pointers. Trinity attempted only two free throws, however, making one.
The Titans have a quick turnaround as they face Bowman County at 7 p.m. today at the Knights of Columbus Activities Center.
“We challenged the kids with coming back right away,” Grinsteinner said. “We can't feel sorry for ourselves. We have to be the aggressor (today). We have to get after it, and with the leadership we have, I think our kids are going to do that.”

DT 17 10 22 11
B 20 13 17 17
DT: Lucas Jones 17, Shawn Stoltz 13, Willy Jahner 7, Easton Walby 6, Noah Sickler 6, Brock Messer 6, Zach Kubas 2, Kendall Jones 3.
B: Josh Remmick 20, Casey Walcker 13, Reece Hoherz 13, John William Suter 8, Alec Battest 6, Logan Miller 3, Derek Ferebee 2, Cory Alt 2,
3-pointers: DT 9 (K. Jones 1, Jahner 1, L. Jones 4, Stoltz 1, Walby 2), B 5 (Walcker , Suter 1, Hoherz 1). Free throws: DT 1-2, B 12-19. Total fouls: DT 16, B 10. Rebounds: DT 34 (Kubas 7, Stoltz 7), B 22 (Walcker 7). Assists: DT 17 (Jahner 5), B 6 (Suter 3). Steals: DT 4 (Jahner 1, L. Jones 1), B 12 (Remmick 3, Walcker 3). Blocks: DT 3 (Messer 2), B 2 (Remmick 1, Ferebee 1). Turnovers: DT 12, B 4.

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