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In a matchup of unbeatens, Kindred defeated North Star 49-42 on Saturday night in the championship game of the North Dakota Class B girls high school basketball tournament at the Alerus Center. Kindred, ranked second in the final Class B state poll, closed with a 26-0 record. Top-ranked North Star finished 26-1. Brooke Hiatt and Abby Duchscherer each scored 15 points to lead Kindred. Macey Kvilvang had 22 points and Stephanie Miller 12 for the Bearcats.
Macey Kvilvang, Stephanie Miller and Peyton Halverson combined for 52 points Thursday, leading North Star past Glen Ullin/Hebron 57-33 in the quarterfinals of the North Dakota Class B girls high school basketball tournament at the Alerus Center. Kvilvang had a double double with 22 points and 11 rebounds and also blocked seven shots. Miller added 18 points and Halverson 12 for the top-seeded Bearcats, who improved to 25-0. Kiana Schatz had 12 points to lead Glen Ullin/Hebron, which dropped to 16-9. North Star 57, Glen Ullin/Hebron 33
THIEF RIVER FALLS -- East Grand Forks Senior High rallied to defeat Crookston 3-1 here Saturday night in the semifinals of the Minnesota Section 8A boys high school hockey tournament. Crookston took a 1-0 lead into the third period after Zach Markovich scored at the 10:19 mark of the second period. But power-play goals by Coby Stauss and Bauer Brown in the third period lifted the top-seeded Wave to a 2-1 lead. Brown added an empty-net goal in the final minute.
Park River/Fordville-Lankin jumped to a 15-0 start and was never headed Monday. The Aggies ran past North Border 65-33 in the quarterfinals of the North Dakota Class B Region 2 girls high school basketball tournament at Betty Engelstad Sioux Center. The defending region champion Aggies led 21-3, 41-9 and 55-24 at the quarter breaks. Park River/Fordville-Lankin received 18 points from Bailey Beneda and 16 from Kaitlyn Brintnell to lead a balanced offense that included nine 3-point baskets.
FARGO -- Brady Terrill became the first Grand Forks Central High School wrestler to win a state championship since 2013 here Saturday. In the 220-pound final, Terrill scored a major decision, beating top seed Chase Dockter of Bismarck 10-2. Terrill, the No. 2 seed, finished the seed with a 39-8 record. He became the first Central state champion since Bryce Fish won the 152-pound title in 2013.
Grand Forks Red River swept Grand Forks Central on Tuesday in a basketball doubleheader at Central High School. In the opener, Red River won the girls game 67-56 behind a balanced attack. Lexi Robson led four Roughriders in double figures with 18 points, with Kendra Bohm adding 12 points and Maggie Steffen and Danica Kemnitz 10 apiece. Lauren Dub's 16 points paced Central, with Amber Anderson scoring 11.
Cameran Bridgeford picked up eight wins as a freshman last season for the East Grand Forks Senior High/Sacred Heart co-op team wrestling in the heavier weight classes usually dominated by upperclassmen. How he would build on that as a sophomore, Bridgeford didn't know. There were unknowns after the Senior High/Sacred Heart co-op folded because of low participation numbers and Bridgeford and his Sacred Heart teammates joined Grand Forks Central in a new co-op.
Grand Forks Red River dropped from the ranks of the unbeaten in girls high school basketball Friday night when visiting Fargo Shanley handed the Roughriders a 74-59 setback. It was the first loss after 10 straight wins for the No. 2 ranked Roughriders. Fargo Shanley improved to 9-1. Reile Payne's 22 points led the Deacons, with Caira Berg and Emily Dietz each scoring 12. Lexi Robson had 19 points and Danica Kemnitz 12 for the Riders.
Four players scored in double figures for East Grand Forks Senior High on Saturday as the Green Wave edged visiting Sacred Heart 77-72 in boys basketball. Aaron Havis scored 23 to lead the Green Wave, with Christian Dugan adding 17 points, Julian Benson 13 and Sam Votava 11. Jordan Tomkinson had a game-high 34 points to lead Sacred Heart, with Jack Gerber adding 19.
Lexi Robson's school record-setting performance led Grand Forks Red River to a 71-59 girls high school basketball win against visiting Grand Forks Central on Friday. Robson set a Red River single-game scoring record, erupting for 38 points in the win. That included 15 of the 9-0 Roughriders' final 19 points in the last 10:13. Lauren Dub's 28 points led Central, with Liz Dub adding 17 as the sisters combined for 45 of the Knights' 59 points.