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Wolves rally in second half, defeat Titans

WATFORD CITY -- The Dickinson Trinity girls basketball team held a seven-point lead at halftime against No. 5-ranked Watford City. The Wolves responded in the second half en route to a 61-54 nonconference win over the Titans on Saturday. Katie Mo...

WATFORD CITY - The Dickinson Trinity girls basketball team held a seven-point lead at halftime against No. 5-ranked Watford City.
The Wolves responded in the second half en route to a 61-54 nonconference win over the Titans on Saturday.
Katie Mogen, Mackenzie Sparby and Ricki Lindley each supplied double-digit points for Watford City. Mogan had a team-high 16 points and 15 rebounds, while Sparby added 15 points and Lindley had 11.
Alanna Sickler, Kennedy Keator and Madison Jahner combined for 39 of Trinity’s points. Sickler led the way with 16, Keator supplied 12 and Jahner had 11. Brianna Soehren grabbed a team-high 11 rebounds and five points.
The Titans return home to face Bowman County for a Region 7 game at 7 p.m. Tuesday. That game could determine the No. 1 seed for the Region 7 Tournament as Trinity and the Bulldogs each have one loss the region.

Trinity 15 33 40 54
Watford City 17 26 47 61
T: Alanna Sickler 16, Kennedy Keator 12, Madison Jahner 11, Brianna Soehren 5, Abby Jones 4, Emily Spradley 4, Lauren Stafford 2.
WC: Katie Mogen 16, Mackenzie Sparby 15, Ricki Lindley 13, Kara Langerud 9, April Spruell 4, Lea Arndt 4.
3-pointers: T 5 (Jahner 3, Keator 2), WC 3 (Lindley 2, Langerud 1). Free throws: T 11-14, WC 14-32. Total fouls: T 27, WC 17. Fouled out: T, Jordie McNeilly, Keator. Technical fouls: WC, Mogen. Rebounds: T 34 (Soehren 11), WC 30 (Mogen 15). Assists: T 11 (Jahner 3), WC 9 (three tied with two). Steals: T 10 (four tied with two), WC 6 (two tied with two). Blocks: T 1 (Soehren 1), WC 2 (Mogen 1, Sparby 1). Turnovers: T 14, WC 16. Records: T 13-4, WC 18-1.

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