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Dickinson Trinity falls to No. 6 Bishop Ryan

MINOT -- Up against the No. 6 team in Class B, the Dickinson Trinity boys basketball team fell 48-38 on Saturday, Feb. 2. After the first quarter, the Titans were behind by just two points, 9-7. However, the Lions netted 21 points compared to Dic...

MINOT - Up against the No. 6 team in Class B, the Dickinson Trinity boys basketball team fell 48-38 on Saturday, Feb. 2.  

After the first quarter, the Titans were behind by just two points, 9-7. However, the Lions netted 21 points compared to Dickinson Trinity’s nine in the second frame, establishing a lead the Titans couldn’t shrink.

Lion Mason Hedberg led all players with 22 points, while sophomore guard Cole Fitterer paced with Titans with 11 points. Senior forward Aric Knopik followed with 10 points and tallied eight rebounds.

Dickinson Trinity narrowly out-rebounded Bishop Ryan 38-36, but the Titans committed 12 turnovers, off of which the Lions netted 11 points.

Bishop Ryan 48, Dickinson Trinity 38DT 7 9 11 11BR 9 21 6 12DT: Cole Fitterer 11, Aric Knopik 10, Matthew Stafford 7, Bryant Merry 5, Isaac Fridrich 2, Seth Herner 2, Jake Daniel 1.BR: Mason Hedberg 22, Benjamin Bohl 20, Logan Merck 2, Nicholas Sanders 2, Chinaza Udekwe 2.3-pointers: DT 3 (Merry, Stafford, Fitterer), BR 6 (Hedberg 4). Free throws: DT 5-10, BR 8-13. Total fouls: DT 7, BR 16. Rebounds: DT 38 (Knopik 8), BR 36 (Bohl 9). Assists: DT 2 (Stafford, Herner), BR 0. Steals: DT 3 (Knopik, Fitterer, Herner), BR 8 (Merck 2, Bohl 2). Blocks: DT 3 (Daniel, Stafford, Herner), BR 1 (Bohl). Turnovers: DT 12, BR 9. Records: DT 12-5 (Region 7 6-1), BR 14-2.

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