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Area Athletics - Jan. 10-15

Area prep results from Jan. 10-15.

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Dickinson's boys hockey team was in action this week.
Race Archibald / The Dickinson Press
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MONDAY, JAN. 10

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Mott-Regent 55, Wilton-Wing 49

Leading scorers - Madison Rafferty 21, Hailee Olson, Jenessa Zentner 10; Kattie Honeyman, Jazlyn Ottnar 6; MaryJane Mayer 2.

Hettinger-Scranton 54, Killdeer 44

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TUESDAY, JAN, 11

BOYS BASKETBALL

Beach 62, Richardton-Taylor 32;

Scoring - Beach: Trey Swanson 23, Tevin Dietz 8, Shem Baker 7, Dane Farstveet, Jonas Oech 5, Elijah Holkup, Jimmy Murphy 4, Adam Task, Ray Steiner, Kaden Volk 2; Richardton-Taylor: Dylan Kessel 10, Mack Hoselton 5, Marcus Ceuvas 4, Casein Dohrmann, Chance Isaak, Logan Kessel 3.

Heart River 45, Glen Ullin-Hebron 44; Beulah 56, Hettinger-Scranton 32; Bowman County 72, Lemmon, SD 62;

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Bismarck St. Mary’s 65, Dickinson 60; Richardton-Taylor 49, Hazen 32; Bowman County 46, Harding County SD 43;

BOYS HOCKEY

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Bismarck Legacy 3, Dickinson 0

THURSDAY, JAN. 13

BOYS BASKETBALL

Bowman County 76, New England 44; Glen Ullin-Hebron 66, Killdeer 53;

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Bowman County 72, Beach 57;

Scoring - Bowman County: Jaci Fischer 19, Ellie Powell 12, Sophia Headley 11, Reagan Honeyman 6, Mickellyn Walker 4, Landyn Gerbig 2; Beach - Madi Wilhelmi 26, Laiken Mahlum 15, Tyra Feldman 10, Eliza Braden 4, Jenna Wojahn 2;

Beulah 67, Killdeer 22;

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Glen Ullin-Hebron 65, Mott-Regent 56;

Scoring - Madison Rafferty 27, Hailee Olson 10, Jenessa Zentner 9, Jazlyn Ottmar 7, MaryJane Mayer 2, Kattie Honeyman 1;

Heart River 45, Hazen 38;

Scoring - Sage Froelich, Lelani Privatsky 13, Jordan Buckman 12, Meg Silbernagel 5, Abby Talkington 2;

Hettinger-Scranton 61, Richardton-Taylor 30;

BOYS HOCKEY

Dickinson 3, Mandan 1

Goals - Sam Stillings (2), Evan Groll (2), Kylar Blotske (2)

Assists - Quentin Lewis (2), Kasey Stengel (2)

FRIDAY, JAN. 14

BOYS BASKETBALL

Grant County-Mott-Regent 86, Bison, SD 15.

GIRLS HOCKEY

Dickinson 3, Watford City 0

WRESTLING

Dickinson 34, Bismarck Legacy 32

Winners - 113 Gage Glaser; 126 Colton King; 132 Trenton Gillen; 138 Dawson Richter; 145 Houston Crimmins; 195 Jackson Melvin; 220 Luke Mavity.

GYMNASTICS - Bismarck Ziegler Invite

1st - Dickinson, 145.875

Individual winners: All-Around - Elizabeth Karsky, 37.475; Vault - Karsky, 9.575; Uneven Bars - Karsky, 9.575; Balance Beam - Addison Fitterer, 9.600; Floor Exercise - Karsky, 9.425.

SATURDAY, JAN. 15

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Killdeer 42, Center-Stanton 30;

Scoring - Lainey Kucera 16, Abby Ardersen, Maddy Mills, Shelbie Schmidt, Sadie Stahl 5, Liza Stahl 4, Marnie Schmidt 2.

Mott-Regent 48, Washburn 30; Glen Ullin-Hebron 44, Wilton-Wing 36; Beach 47, Wibaux, MT 37; Bowman County 44, Grant County 29;

BOYS BASKETBALL

Killdeer 51, Center-Stanton 47;

Scoring - Calvin Dobitz 15, Owen Scheppenbach 12, Redsky Starr 8, Colby Asay, Keith Dukart 4, Cooper Bang, Nekori Dahlen, Owen Duttenhefner, Ethan Hendrickson 2.

Grant County-Mott-Regent 57, Washburn 29;

Max 67, Richardton-Taylor 55;

Scoring - Casein Dohrmann 21 points 10 rebounds, Mack Hoselton 16, Collin Grage, Chance Isaak 8, Dylan Kessel 2.

Beach 71, Wibaux, MT 36.

If you have any scores or stats that you would like to see published, send them to sports@thedickinsonpress.com.

Related Topics: WESTERN EDGE AREA ATHLETICS
Race Archibald is a Green Bay, Wisconsin native and graduate of Eastern Illinois University. From a young age he loved watching, competing and talking about sports — a passion that lead him to participate in nearly every sport available growing up. Swimming would be his bread and butter, and Archibald continued his athletic career at the Division I level where he earned a degree in journalism. Today he leads a team focused on providing the very best coverage of southwest North Dakota sports.
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