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Lowest output in seven years dooms Trinity boys

BEULAH -- In a matchup featuring the two top teams in Region 7, the Dickinson Trinity boys basketball team, more specifically its offense, didn't muster much of a challenge.

BEULAH - In a matchup featuring the two top teams in Region 7, the Dickinson Trinity boys basketball team, more specifically its offense, didn’t muster much of a challenge.

Scoring only five points in the opening period, the Titans trailed throughout the evening, falling at Beulah 55-37 on Thursday, Jan. 25.

The 37 points scored is the lowest Trinity output since a 37-36 victory over Bishop Ryan on Mar. 3, 2011, according to scores listed on maxpreps.com.

Titans senior guard Noah Sickler and senior forward Easton Walby combined to shoot 11 of 17 from the field, while the rest of the team shot only 4-for-20.

The Miners, who are now 6-0 against regional opponents this season, committed only six turnovers and gobbled up 11 offensive rebounds.

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Beulah (9-3, Region 7 6-0) senior guard Jacob Weigel led all scores with 17 points on 7-for-11 shooting. Senior guard Derek Ferebee added 13 points.

Walby led the Titans (9-6, Region 7 5-1) with 14 points and five rebounds while Sickler chipped in with 11 points

The loss snaps Trinity’s five game winning streak.

 

Beulah 55, Dickinson Trinity 37DT 5 11 8 13B 19 6 13 17DT: Easton Walby 14, Noah Sickler 11, Alec Sickler 5, Cole Fitterer 3, Colton Jones 2, Aric Knopik 2. B: Jacob Weigel 17, Derek Ferebee 13, Mason Dolbec 8, Logan Miller 8, Aaron Vallejo 4, Sean Gierke 3, Trey Brandt 2.3-pointers: DT 3 (A. Sickler 1, Fitterer 1, Walby 1), B 5 (Weigel 3). Free throws: DT 4-4, B 4-5. Total fouls: DT 9, B 10. Rebounds: DT 21 (Walby 5), B 27 (Dolbec 9). Assists: DT 6 (Matthew Stafford 2), B 14 (Dolbec 4). Steals: DT 2 (N. Sickler 1, Walby 1), B 7 (Dolbec 3). Blocks: DT 1 (N. Sickler 1), B 1 (Walby 1). Turnovers: DT 12, B 6. Records: DT 9-6 (Region 7 5-1), B 9-3 (Region 7 6-0)

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