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Ferebee, Kludt receive All-State nods

Capping their senior seasons on the hardwood in style, Beulah guard Derek Ferebee and Hettinger-Scranton guard Isaiah Kludt were each voted to the Class B All-State basketball second team. Selected as the Region 7 senior athlete of the year, Fere...

Capping their senior seasons on the hardwood in style, Beulah guard Derek Ferebee and Hettinger-Scranton guard Isaiah Kludt were each voted to the Class B All-State basketball second team.
Selected as the Region 7 senior athlete of the year, Ferebee led the Miners to their first state tournament appearance since 2014, en route to a fifth-place finish. The 6-foot-2 guard averaged 20.8 points per game this season, ending his career with 1,335 points. He also dished out five assists, pulling down 3.7 rebounds and collecting 2.1 steals per game during his senior campaign.
Making his second consecutive appearance on the all-state second team, Kludt helped the Night Hawks to a 19-5 record and third-place finish in the Region 7 tournament.
Standing only 5-foot-6, the diminutive point guard averaged 16.5 points, five rebounds, 4.8 assists, and 3.5 steals per game last season. He scored 1,335 points in his high school career.
Class B Basketball All-State First Team
Wyatt Hanson - Stanley, Kyler McGillis - St. John, Andrew Christianson - Fargo Oak Grove, Garrett Bickett - Carrington, Lane Hanson - Edgeley-Kulm-Montpelier, Carson Henningsgard - Hillsboro-Central Valley.
Class B Basketball All-State Second Team
Dalton Albrecht - Grafton, Ben Bohl - Bishop Ryan, Jack Camrud - Hillsboro-Central Valley, Derek Ferebee - Beulah, Luke Foertsch - Wyndmere-Lidgerwood, Trapper Jacobs - Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky, Isaiah Kludt - Hettinger-Scranton, Trent Marquart - Glenburn, Dalton Prouty - St. John, Jacob Rodin - Kenmare.

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