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Titans drop contest to Minot Our Redeemers

The undefeated Minot Our Redeemers boys basketball team topped Dickinson Trinity 62-41 on Friday, Jan. 5 at the Shiloh Invitational. Leyton Lang led the way with 20 points for the Knights. Senior Easton Walby scored nine points with senior Colton...

The undefeated Minot Our Redeemers boys basketball team topped Dickinson Trinity 62-41 on Friday, Jan. 5 at the Shiloh Invitational.

Leyton Lang led the way with 20 points for the Knights.

Senior Easton Walby scored nine points with senior Colton Jones following with five.

The Titans found themselves in an early hole when the Knights went up 21-12 in the first quarter. They did a better job keeping pace in the latter three frames, but the Knights slowly accumulated their lead. Our Redeemers was aided by 16 Titan fouls, as the Knights went 13-of-16 from the foul line.

Our Redeemers 62, Dickinson Trinity 41DT 12 10 11 8MOR 21 17 18 8DT: Easton Walby 9, Colton Jones 5, Aric Knopic 4, Seth Herner 4, Jacob Kubas 3, Alec Sickler 2, Ulises Franco 2, Cole Fitterer 2, Matthew Stafford 2, Isaac Fridrich 2.MOR: Leyton Lang 20, Greyson Olthoff 13, Noah Abel 8.3-pointers: DT 2 (Jones, Walby 1), MOR 3 (Lang 1). Free throws: DT 5-8, MOR 13-16. Total fouls: DT 16, MOR 11. Rebounds: DT 37 (N. Sickler 7), MOR 28 (Lang 6). Records: DT 4-4 (Region 7 1-0), MOR 6-0.

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