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Minot girls basketball limits Dickinson Midgets' offense for victory

Minot limited Dickinson High to few offensive opportunities, as the Majettes girls basketball team won 61-18 Saturday in Minot.Jayde Lawlar led the Midgets with five points, while Minot was led by Cassie Askvig's 16 points.

Minot limited Dickinson High to few offensive opportunities, as the Majettes girls basketball team won 61-18 Saturday in Minot.
Jayde Lawlar led the Midgets with five points, while Minot was led by Cassie Askvig’s 16 points.

D: Sadi Dvorak 2, Megan Erickson 2, Mariah Mortensen 4, Jayde Lawlar 5, Alexus Meduna 2, McKenzie Mortenson 2.
M: Reynolds 7, Budeau 5, Askvig 11, Askvig 16, Arnold 11, Benno 2, Rosenerans 2, Argent 4, Tschetter 2.
Halftime: D 6, M 34. 3-pointers: D 0, M 3 (Reynolds 1, Budeau 1, Askvig 1). Free throws: D 3-5, M 11-12. Total fouls: D 11, M 17. Rebounds: D 29 (Two tied for 4), H 41 (Askvig 10). Assists: D 3 (Two tied for 1), M 21 (Budeau 7). Steals: D 2 (Two tied for 1), M 14 (Budeau 4). Blocks: D 3 (Erickson 2), M 0. Turnovers: D 26, M 16.

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