AREA CLIPBOARD: Women's basketball, girls basketball, prep wrestling, boys hockey
UND 48, Idaho State 47
POCATELLO, Idaho -- Madi Buck led UND past Idaho State on Thursday night as UND remained unbeaten in the Big Sky Conference.
Buck scored 11 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and finished with a career-best seven steals to lead UND. North Dakota improved to 4-0 in the league and 9-4 overall. Idaho dropped to 1-2 and 3-9.
The teams traded leads during the final half, but a 3-pointer from Siri Burck helped UND to its third road win of the season.
UND jumped out to a 13-4 lead but the Bengals tied the game 20-20. Makailah Dyer's 3-pointer gave UND a 23-20 lead at halftime.
Buck and Mia Loyd each had 11 points to lead North Dakota, which moved to 8-1 when it outrebounds its opponent.
UND plays at Weber State on Saturday.
Sacred Heart 77,
Red Lake Falls 61
Stacy Remer scored a game-high 20 points as East Grand Forks Sacred Heart beat visiting Red Lake Falls on Thursday.
"I thought the girls played hard, and we played really good defense in the first half," Sacred Heart girls basketball coach Joann Remer said.
Michele Remer (19 points) and Jordyn Lloyd (16 points) also scored in double figures for the Eagles.
Red Lake Falls was paced by Molly Amberson, who scored 19 points.
Basketball clinic set
A free girls basketball clinic will be held Saturday at Grand Forks Central High School. There is no charge to participate.
The Future Knights Clinic will be from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for girls in grades 1-6. Basketball skills will be taught by Grand Forks Central coaches and players.
There also will be a short parents meeting at the beginning of the clinic to discuss Grand Forks Fastbreak Club travel teams.
For any questions, call Central coach D.J. Burris at 701-739-1148 between 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Grafton-Park River 3,
GF Central 1
GRAFTON, N.D. -- Levi Cudmore had a goal and an assist and Brett Longtin had two assists as Grafton-Park River knocked off visiting Grand Forks Central on Thursday.
Cole Kirchoffner scored the lone goal for the Knights.
Central goalie Taner Bender made 32 saves, while Spoilers goalie Zach Nelson had 38 stops.
East Grand Forks 48,
Red Lake Co. Central 21
East Grand Forks Senior High/Sacred Heart defeated Red Lake County Central 48-21 behind pins from Javi LaMora, Cameron Bridgeford, Zach Greenwood, Thomas Kiawu and Evan Deziel.
"Some of our best met up with some of their best," sad East Grand Forks coach Beau Abrahamson. "Some of our less experienced wrestlers stepped it up and got some wins for us. It was nice to be wrestling at home."
Senior High/Sacred Heart also received wins from Matt Vanyo, Stanley Peltier and Issac Flores.
East Grand Forks will wrestle today in Mahnomen.
• Girls basketball: Tylee Irwin scored 23 points as Wahpeton picked up a 70-66 home win over Grand Forks Red River on Thursday. "I think we played with a lot of effort tonight; we played a pretty good team," Red River coach Kent Ripplinger said. "You've got to give Wahpeton credit for making big shots when they were open." Callie Carlson and Hannah Arason both scored 12 points to lead Red River, which dropped to 3-3 and will play Fargo North on Tuesday.
• Girls hockey: The Grand Forks KnightRiders were downed by West Fargo 8-0 behind Kelly Krahn's two goals and one assist. KnightRider goalie Jerrica Rosendahl finished with 24 saves. Grand Forks will play at Williston next Friday.
• Wrestling: Grand Forks Central was downed by West Fargo 70-6 on Thursday in West Fargo. Nick Escobar was the only Knight who came out with a win, defeating Alby Rodriguez by fall at 2:45.