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DHS girls stumble at Jamestown

JAMESTOWN -- Trailing by double figures at halftime, the Dickinson High girls basketball team were unable to bite into their deficit, falling to Jamestown High 76-53 on Saturday, Feb. 17 from the Jerry Meyer Arena.

JAMESTOWN - Trailing by double figures at halftime, the Dickinson High girls basketball team were unable to bite into their deficit, falling to Jamestown High 76-53 on Saturday, Feb. 17 from the Jerry Meyer Arena.

The Blue Jays made two more 3-pointers (8-6) and eight more field goals than the Midgets (29-21).

Jamestown were led by sophomore guard Kameron Selvig and senior forward Megan Gaffaney, who each scored 15 points.

Midgets sophomore guard Peyton Selle led all scorers with 16 points.  

Jamestown 76, Dickinson High 53D 24 29J 40 36D: Peyton Selle 16, Audrey Rodakowski 13, Gabby Jung 11, Lauren Jorda 7, McKenna Weiler 3, Leah Kessel 3.J: Kameron Selvig 15, Megan Gaffaney 15, Courtney Peterson 13, Katherine Horgan 10, Olivia Nihill 9, Alyssa Ukestad 8, Jessica Walters 6, Jessa Anderson 2.  3-pointers: D 6 (Jung 3), J 8 (Peterson 3). Free throws: D 5-10, J 10-15. Total fouls: D 12, J 10. Records: D 6-14 (West Region 5-13), J 12-8 (West Region 9-8).

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