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No. 2-ranked Aggies put clamps on Titans

MINOT -- Carter Fong knew his team would be tested by No. 2-ranked Park River-Fordville-Lankin, and a challenge is exactly what Dickinson Trinity received.

MINOT - Carter Fong knew his team would be tested by No. 2-ranked Park River-Fordville-Lankin, and a challenge is exactly what Dickinson Trinity received.

The Aggies held the Titans to just five points in the second quarter and built up its lead, eventually taking a 55-34 victory.

"Park River is among the best of the best in the state this year. They are a veteran group with state tournament experience. They are a program that is ready to turn the key and go this year," Fong said. "Meanwhile, we are kind of at the beginning of the assembly line. For us to enter the fourth quarter within striking distance, I was really proud of our effort."

Trinity trailed by 11 points, 41-30, entering that final quarter, but the Titans were limited to just four points the rest of the way.

Aggies senior Bailey Beneda led the way with 16 points, and classmate Kaitlyn Brintnell followed with 13.

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Trinity senior Sami Daniel and junior Josie Glaser each scored six points to lead the Titans. Senior Lauren Stafford followed with five.

After a win against Parshall on Friday, the Titans are now 1-1 on the season and will face New Town on the road at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

“Sami Daniel had a nice floor game and had a great touch from midrange. Lots of girls played and contributed this weekend,” Fong said. “Everyone has something positive to take home and also something to work on. We got exactly what we wanted out of the weekend.”

  Park River-F-L 55, Dickinson Trinity 34

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DT: Sami Daniel 6, Josie Glaser 6, Lauren Stafford 5, Megan Krebs 3, Abby Jones 3, Jordie McNeilly 3, Bre Tessier 3, Masy Kuntz 2, Alexa Walby 2, Sarah Kerkman 1.

PRFL: Bailey Beneda 16, Kaitlyn Brintnell 13, Anne Welch 8, Taylor Dalbey 7, Taylor Knudson 6, Bailey Schroeder 2, Jenna Zavaleny 2, Elaina Swartz 1.

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