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Dickinson High Midgets boys basketball edges Mandan by 1

MANDAN -- Though he fouled out and couldn't finish the game, Dickinson High's Aanen Moody led the Midgets boys basketball team with 26 points to push DHS to a 61-60 win at Mandan Saturday.Moody made four 3-pointers. Tanner Davidson and Tanner Oue...

MANDAN - Though he fouled out and couldn’t finish the game, Dickinson High’s Aanen Moody led the Midgets boys basketball team with 26 points to push DHS to a 61-60 win at Mandan Saturday.
Moody made four 3-pointers. Tanner Davidson and Tanner Ouellete combined for 17 points.
Trae Steckler scored 23 points to lead Mandan.
D: Aenen Moody 26, Wyatt Kainz 9, Tanner Davidson 9, Tanner Ouellette 8, Tanner Binstock 5, Jordan Meidinger 2, Shawn Steffan 2.
M: Trae Steckler 23, Jeremy Friez 10, Camren Steckler 10, Nick Miller 8, Jake Carlson 4, Gabe Meschke 3, Jaden Andresen 2.
Halftime: M 30, D 29. 3-pointers: D 6 (Moody 4, Davidson 1, Ouellette 1). M 4 (T. Steckler, Meschke 1, Miller 1, Friesz 1). Fouled out: D, Moody, Meidinger.

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