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Midgets come up short against Demons

BISMARCK -- The Dickinson boys basketball team struggled to compete against No. 5 Bismarck High. The Demons outscored them by 11 points in the first half, 33-22, and nearly doubled the advantage in the second half, going on to win 65-45 on Thursd...

BISMARCK - The Dickinson boys basketball team struggled to compete against No. 5 Bismarck High. The Demons outscored them by 11 points in the first half, 33-22, and nearly doubled the advantage in the second half, going on to win 65-45 on Thursday, Jan. 10 at Karlgaard Gym.

Canyen Stonecipher led all scorers with 23 points and eight rebounds. Junior guard Jaiden Wright paced the Midgets with 16 points and seven rebounds. Junior guard Kobe Krenz added 12 points, while junior Tallon Klatt followed with nine points.

Krenz, Wright and Alex Praus each earned a pair of steals.

Results ThursdayBismarck High 65, Dickinson High 45D 22 23B 33 32D: Jaiden Wright 16, Kobe Krenz 12, Tallon Klatt 9, Jayden Hocker 4, Luke Mavity 2, Alex Praus 2.B: Canyen Stonecipher 23, Joe Jahner 14, Matt Trolliey 7, Dalton Gullickson 5, Jake Kerzman 4, Dyllon Sicble 3, Will Madler 3, Nick Hinsz 2, Ben Havelka 2, Kade Rohlfs 2. 3-pointers: D 3-16 (Krenz 2-8), B 4 (Jahner 3). Free throws: D 8-10, B 9-13. Total fouls: D 17, B 15. Rebounds: D 34 (Wright 7), B 49 (Stonecipher 8). Assists: D 7 (Wright 2), B 7 (Madler 3). Steals: D 8 (Wright 2, Praus 2, Krenz 2), B 9 (Madler 3). Blocks: D 6 (Klatt 6), B 1 (Kerzman 1). Turnovers: D 20, B 18. Records: D 3-7 (West Region 2-6), B 7-2 (West Region 6-2).

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