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Soehren, Keator lead Titans past New England

NEW ENGLAND -- Brianna Soehren and Kennedy Keator combined for 41 points to lead the No. 10-ranked Dickinson Trinity girls basketball team against New England.

NEW ENGLAND - Brianna Soehren and Kennedy Keator combined for 41 points to lead the No. 10-ranked Dickinson Trinity girls basketball team against New England.
Soehren supplied 22 points and 18 rebounds, while Keator posted 19 points and four assists as the Titans defeated the Tigers 54-39 in a Region 7 game on Monday.
Madison Jahner had seven assists, two steals and two points for Trinity (14-4, 7-1 Region 7).
Jenna Ehlis had a team-high 18 points for New England (8-9, 4-6 Region 7), while Taylor Hewson had 13 points and six rebounds.
The Titans continue their season hosting Bowman County at 7 p.m. today. The game between the Titans and Bulldogs could likely decide the No. 1 seed for the Region 7 Tournament.

Trinity 14 26 44 54
New England 6 17 27 39
T: Brianna Soehren 22, Kennedy Keator 19, Jordie McNeilly 4, Abby Jones 3, Madison Jahner 2, Emily Spradley 2, Lauren Stafford 2.
NE: Jenna Ehlis 18, Taylor Hewson 13, Paige Ehlis 4, Hailee Kuske 2, Elizabeth Kaufman 2.
3-pointers: T 4 (Keator 3, Jones 1), NE 1 (J. Ehlis 1). Free throws: T 0-8, NE 6-11. Total fouls: T 12, NE 8. Rebounds: T 49 (Soehren 18), NE 23 (Hewson 6). Assists: T 14 (Jahner 7, Keator 4), NE 1 (Kuske 1). Steals: T 7 (Soehren 3, Jahner 2), NE 10 (J. Ehlis 5). Blocks: T 0, NE 1 (Kuske 1). Turnovers: T 13, NE 9. Records: T 14-4 (7-1 Region 7), NE 8-9 (4-6 Region 7).

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