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Killdeer Cowboys need 2 OTs to down Mandaree in Region 7 play-in

MANDAREE -- It took two overtimes, but the Killdeer boys basketball team knocked off seventh-seeded Mandaree 67-62 Tuesday, becoming the only lower seed to win in the Region 7 Tournament play-in round.The Cowboys, seeded 10th, got 31 points and 1...

MANDAREE - It took two overtimes, but the Killdeer boys basketball team knocked off seventh-seeded Mandaree 67-62 Tuesday, becoming the only lower seed to win in the Region 7 Tournament play-in round.
The Cowboys, seeded 10th, got 31 points and 12 rebounds from senior forward Hayes LeMieux in the win. Sophomore forward Alex Sadowsky added 14 points and nine rebounds.
Killdeer advances to the quarterfinals of the Region 7 Tournament and will face second-seeded Dickinson Trinity at 5 p.m. Monday at the Knights of Columbus Activities Center.
Mandaree and Killdeer were tied at 43 at the end of regulation and tied at 55 after one overtime period.
Mandaree sophomore center Austin Lone Bear scored a team-high 20 points. Freshman forward Jesse Chase backed him up with 11 points, and senior guard Chance Lone Bear added seven.
Full statistics were not available at press time.

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