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Scoreboard for Friday, Dec. 7

High school boys basketball Grant County 55, New England 31 NE: Aidan Rebel 15, Jaxon Hewson 6, C. Granger 6, Logan Wolf 2, Michael Frank 6. REB: NE, Joseph Harmon 6, Hewson 5, Rebel 5, Wolf 3, Granger 3, Zachary Madler 2. Records: GC, 1-0, NE 0-...

High school boys basketball

Grant County 55, New England 31

NE: Aidan Rebel 15, Jaxon Hewson 6, C. Granger 6, Logan Wolf 2, Michael Frank 6.

REB: NE, Joseph Harmon 6, Hewson 5, Rebel 5, Wolf 3, Granger 3, Zachary Madler 2.

Records: GC, 1-0, NE 0-1.

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Linton-HMB 71, Hettinger-Scranton 53

HS 16 13 10 14

LHMB 16 16 14 19

HS: Warrick Dilse 13, Jacob Dix 12, Gabriel Eaton 12, Jeran Anderson 9, Connor Dilse 4, Brady Dillon 3.

LHMB: Lucas Schumacher 29, Paul McCrory 21.

3-pointers: HS 3 (Eaton 2), LHMB 10 (Schumacher 4). Free throws: HS 4-11, LHMB 1-2. Total fouls: HS 8, LHMB 14. Records: HS 0-1, LHMB 1-0.

 

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Strasburg-Zeeland 71, Beach 54

SZ 15 24 10 22

B 18 5 16 15

SZ: Alex Scherr 20, Mac Kramer 12.

B: Gage Swanson 28, Blake Van Horn 10, Tevin Dietz 6, Brandon Schultz 5, Jhett Farstveet 5.

3-pointers: SZ 2 (Kramer, Scherr), B 6 (Deitz, Swanson 2). Free throws: SZ 11-16, B 4-7. Total fouls: SZ 10, B 18. Records: SZ 1-0, B 0-1.

 

Trenton 65, Killdeer 43

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T 15 16 7 17

K 11 8 16 8

T: Dalton Kuster 19, Michael Martinez 28.

K: Jamie Killer 17, Daylon Danks 22, Kacen Gartner 2, Kadin Nodland 2.

3-pointers: T 8 (Kuster 5), K 8 (Keller 5) Records: T 1-0, K 0-1.

 

High school girls basketball Des Lacs-Burlington 45, Hazen 33

H 9 13 10 1

DLB 11 11 15 8

H: Laekyn Schwab 11, Hannah Sailer 9, Hope Ternes 6, Tia Bornemann 5, Shanna Bakken 2.

DLB: Brooklyn Benno 14, Kyley Lauf 13.

3-pointers: H 2 (Sailer, Schwab), DLB 3 (Ava Wille 2). Free throws: H 11-16, DLB 6-10. Total fouls: H 13, DLB 15. Records: H 1-3, DLB 2-1.

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