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Scoreboard for Tuesday, Dec. 18

High school boys basketball Beulah 62, Des Lacs-Burlington 42 DLB 7 14 12 15 B 12 17 17 16 DLB: Dante Gunville 20, Jacob Burleson 10, Austin Froseth 8. B: Jonah Larson 21, Chad Morsette 16, Trey Brandt 9, Shaye Yeager 6, Sean Gierke 5, Korey Rueb...

High school boys basketball

Beulah 62, Des Lacs-Burlington 42

DLB 7 14 12 15

B 12 17 17 16

DLB: Dante Gunville 20, Jacob Burleson 10, Austin Froseth 8.

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B: Jonah Larson 21, Chad Morsette 16, Trey Brandt 9, Shaye Yeager 6, Sean Gierke 5, Korey Rueb 2, Kaleb McGraw 2, Joe Hager 1.

3-pointers: DLB 7 (Gunville 4), B 3 (Morsette 2). Free throws: DLB 5-8, B 9-13. Total fouls: DLB 15, HB 15. Records: DLB 3-2, B 1-2.

 

New Salem-Almont 46, Heart River 33

Records: NSA 2-0, HR 1-3.

 

Glen Ullin-Hebron 57, Richardton-Taylor 41

Records: GUH 3-1 (1-0 Region 7), RT 2-2 (0-1 Region 7).

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Results Monday Beach 54, New England 51

B 15 12 15 12

NE 9 12 15 15

B: Gage Swanson 25, Blake Van Horn 9, Tevin Dietz 8, Jhett Farstveet 7, Jared Wojahn 3, Brandon Schulte 2.

NE: Aidan Rebel 23, Jaxon Hewson 18, Cooper Granger 4, Zach Madler 4, Gabe Sorenson 2.

3-pointers: B 3 (Dietz 2), NE 5 (Rebel 3). Free throws: B 11-19, NE 6-10. Total fouls: B 13, D 17. Records: B 1-4 (Region 1-0), NE 1-4 (Region 7 0-1).

High school girls basketball Grant County 42, Glen Ullin-Hebron 30

GUH 5 4 16 5

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GC 11 12 4 15

GUH: Lexi Gietzen 15, Kinsey Zuroff 11, Mckenzie Gerving 2, Kristin Schaaf 2.

GC: Isabelle Boyer 18, Madison Meyer 14, Christy Finck 4.

3-pointers: GC 2 (Meyer). Free throws: GUH 14-19, GC 4-10. Total fouls: GUH 15, GC 21. Fouled out: GUH, Taylor Christensen, GC, Molly Wetzel. Records: GUH 3-3, GC 6-2.

 

Center-Stanton 49, Killdeer 36

Halftime score: CS 22, K 19

Records: CS 4-2, K 4-4.

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