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The Dickinson Press' Area Athletics: Jan. 6th - Jan. 9th

Results and stats of athletic competitions in southwest North Dakota

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Friday, Jan. 6

PREP

CLASS B BOYS
Rapid City Christian def. Dickinson Trinity 55-46
Killdeer def. Heart River 66-45
Garrison def. Grant County / Mott-Regent 66-56
Divide County def. Richardton-Taylor 66-26

CLASS B GIRLS
Rapid City Christian def. Dickinson Trinity 74-21
New England def. Center-Stanton
Bowman County def. Faith 61-48
BC — Jaci Fischer 21, Ellie Powell 20, Raegan Honeyman 13, Landyn Gerbig 5, Julie Claire Sarsland 2; FHS — Kambelle S., Ty Ann M. 14, Shada S. 12, Tristan K., Tandee N. 3, Jaysee J. 2.

COLLEGIATE

BELLEVUE def. DSU Women 60-69
DSU — Samantha Oase 14 Kayden Steele 10, Lindsay Peterson, McKenzie Johnson 9, Heather LeBree 7, Tinley Pierson 6, Sunshine Vicente 5.
DSU Men def. BELLEVUE 70-62
DSU — Kose Egbule 15, Gus Wright 12, Christian Murphy 9, Bradyn Palmer 8, John Evans Jaiden Wright 6, Trey Hladky, Tyce Dahlberg, Josiah Haaland 4, DC Stewart 2.

Saturday Jan. 7

PREP

CLASS B BOYS BASKETBALL
Dickinson Trinity def. Oak Grove 61-51
Drake-Anamoose def. Richardton Taylor 67-54
New England def. Central McLean 59-46
White Shield def. Grant County / Mott-Regent 74-73
Beach def. New Town 82-47
BHS — Trey Swanson 31, Shem Baker 20, Elijah Holkup 17, Shawn Murphy 6, Andrew Trask 2; NT — Colt Spotter Bear 13, Legage Serdahl 10, Lawrence Marshall 5, CJ Freeman, Xavier Bell, Brighton Foute, Micco Bunner 4, Lukas Spotter Bear 3.
Hazen def. Bowman County 62-60
BC — Bishop Duffield 23, Aiden Thompson 17, Bohden Duffield 11, Roman Fossum 4, Kirklan Meschke 3, Nate Dix 2; HHS — Talan Batke 35, Rylan Van Inwagen, Mark Lora 7, Tyson Wick 5, Kaison Kaylor , Tah’ tae Sage 3, Jaran Reinhardt 2.

CLASS B GIRLS BASKETBALL
Oak Grove def. Dickinson Trinity 50-49 (OT)
Grant County / Mott-Regent def. Flasher 50-41
Killdeer def. New Salem 46-41
Washburn def. Heart River 54-36
Hettinger-Scranton def. Trenton 57-24

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WDA BASKETBALL
Jamestown def. DHS Girls 61-59
DHS Boys def. Jamestown
DHS — Alex Dvorak 20 Tyrese Annace 16, Drew Biel 9, Sebastian Hauck 8, Dante Oyugi 7, Damon Glasser 6, Thomas Freer, Owen Bittner, Boston Cranston 4, Isaac Schulte, Nolan Weidner, Dylan Glasser, Kyler Kudrna 2.

COLLEGIATE

Dakota State def. DSU Women 80-53
DSU — Kayden Steele 14, Samantha Oase 12, Lindsay Peterson 9, McKenzie Johnson 8, Sunshine Vincente 3, Danielle Wallace, Hannah LaBree, Heather LaBree 2, Teagan Townsend 1.
DSU Men def. Dakota State 81-70
DSU — Trey Hladky 17, Tyce Dahlberg, Josiah Haaland 13, Kose Egbule, John Evans, Jaiden Wright 9, Christian Murphy 7, Gus Wright 4.

Monday, Jan. 9

PREP

CLASS B GIRLS BASKETBALL

Beulah def. Dickinson Trinity 52-37

Glen Ullin-Hebron def. Beach 63-35

Hazen def. Richardton-Taylor 45-38

Killdeer def. Hettinger-Scranton 53-38

New England def. Mandaree 62-40

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