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Beulah's Brandt named to All-Tournament team as Miners finish sixth at state

Following a dramatic 48-46 victory over Dickinson Trinity for its second straight Region 7 tournament crown, the Beulah boys basketball team traveled to Minot for the Class B State Tournament, where the Miners placed sixth, one spot below their 2...

Following a dramatic 48-46 victory over Dickinson Trinity for its second straight Region 7 tournament crown, the Beulah boys basketball team traveled to Minot for the Class B State Tournament, where the Miners placed sixth, one spot below their 2018 5th-place finish.

After Beulah dropped its final game of the year 56-53 to No. 5 New Rockford-Sheyenne, freshman guard Trey Brandt was named to the All-Tournament team on Saturday, March 16 at the Minot State Dome.

As the Miners fell to No. 2 Shiloh Christian 54-46 in the quarterfinals, Brandt led the team with 22 points, nine rebounds and three steals.

Beulah followed with a 71-44 consolation semifinal victory over Powers Lake, with Brandt netting 13 points on 3-for-5 shooting from three-point range. In Saturday's game, Brandt led the boys in blue and yellow again, earning 14 points and collecting four rebounds.

CLASS B BOYS BASKETBALL STATE TOURNAMENT AWARDS

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ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM (Selected by Media covering the tournament)

* Cadyn Schwabe, Thompson

* Ben Bohl, Bishop Ryan

Hayden Overby, Thompson

Macauley Young, Shiloh Christian

Mason Hedberg, Bishop Ryan

Cole Myers, Richland

Kyle VanBerkom, Powers Lake

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Trey Brandt, Beulah

Theodore Allmaras, New Rockford-Sheyenne

Austin Molan, Ellendale

* - Unanimous Selection

TOURNAMENT MVP

Cadyn Schwabe, Thompson

NDHSCA CLASS B BOYS BASKETBALL SENIOR ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

Ben Bohl, Bishop Ryan

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NDHSCA CLASS B BOYS BASKETBALL COACH OF THE YEAR

Brandy George, Thompson

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