ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

LOCAL CLIPBOARD: Girls basketball, prep wrestling, swimming, girls hockey, boys basketball

Girls basketball EGF Sacred Heart 68, Red Lake 56 THIEF RIVER FALLS -- Michele Remer notched a double-double to lead East Grand Forks Sacred Heart past Red Lake 68-56 on Tuesday in the Northland Holiday Tournament. Remer led all players on the co...

1899174+puck.jpg
istock photo

 

Girls basketball

EGF Sacred Heart 68,
Red Lake 56

THIEF RIVER FALLS - Michele Remer notched a double-double to lead East Grand Forks Sacred Heart past Red Lake 68-56 on Tuesday in the Northland Holiday Tournament.

Remer led all players on the court in both points and rebounds, tallying 22 and 19, respectively. Three other Eagles also were in double figures for scoring. Ivy Edwards and Jessica Remer each posted 11 points, while Abby Schmidt added 10.

ADVERTISEMENT

“It was a really aggressive game,” said Sacred Heart coach Joann Remer. “There were a lot of fouls called on both teams but our girls were able to put together a solid effort to get the win.”

Sacred Heart will play in the championship against Clearbrook-Gonvick at 8:15 p.m. Thursday.

Fargo Shanley 72,
GF Red River 40

FARGO - Lauren Rotunda scored 23 points and Sarah Jacobson added 20 as Fargo Shanley beat Grand Forks Red River on Tuesday.

The Deacons led by 20 at the end of the first half.

“We had a bit of a slow start in the first half,” Red River coach Kent Riplinger said. “Once we settled down, we saw a lot of good things in the second half. They shot the ball much better than we did tonight. The biggest difference was that their defense took us out of a lot of things we wanted to do.”

Hannah Arason led Red River (2-1) with eight points.

 

ADVERTISEMENT

Prep wrestling

Senior High drops two

BEMIDJI, Minn. - East Grand Forks dropped a pair of duals in the Bemidji triangular on Tuesday.

East Grand Forks lost its first dual to Bemidji 54-0, followed by another loss to Detroit Lakes 51-9. Cameron Bridgeford (170) and Isaac Flores (195) were the lone East Grand Forks wrestlers to win their matches. Bridgeford won by a 8-4 decision, while Flores pinned his opponent at 3:19.

East Grand Forks will compete at Valley City on Saturday.

Red River 43,
Fargo South 42

Grand Forks Red River and Fargo South were tied at 42 before criteria gave the Roughriders the conference win.

Isaac Piseno, Trey Larimer, Malek Larimer, Wyatt Goulet, Zach Hettwer, Lougan Goulet, and Carter Buelow picked up wins for Red River.

ADVERTISEMENT

Red River is now 4-6 on the season and 3-1 in the conference.

 

Girls hockey

Roseau 3,
EGF Senior High 1

ROSEAU, Minn. - Mack Bergstrom had a goal and an assist to lead Roseau to a home win over East Grand Forks Senior High on Tuesday.

Ryan Strand and Josee Lundgren also scored for the Rams, who improved to 8-4.

Ashley Ayotte scored the lone goal for the Green Wave.

 

Swimming

Rygh leads KnightRiders

Sophomore Brayden Rygh swam two personal bests, won a pair of races and anchored a relay to victory during a dual meet against West Fargo on Tuesday.

Rygh won the 50 freestyle, the 100 breaststroke and finished off the 400 relay for the KnightRiders.

“He is really starting out the season strong for our team,” Grand Forks coach Brent Newman said. “His leadership in the water during practices is impeccable and tonight the work he has been putting in really showed up.”

 

Boys hockey

GF Red River 7,
Fargo South 3

FARGO - Vetle Hoverak and Braden Costello each scored two goals to lead Grand Forks Red River past Fargo South.

With the win, Red River improved to 5-0 on the season and 4-0 in conference play. Other Roughrider goals came from Max Miller, Mason Salquist and Tony Haley. Salquist and Casey Schumacher each dished out a pair of assists.

“We had some sloppy moments,” said Red River coach Bill Chase. “There are definitely things we can tighten up but I can’t complain about getting 63 shots on goal.”

Red River outshot the Bruins 63-26 and will play Central on Saturday at Purpur Arena.

 

Boys Basketball

Stephen-Argyle 69,
Sacred Heart 65

Junior guard Chris McGlynn scored 19 as Stephen-Argyle defeated Sacred Heart on the road. 

Stephen-Argyle moved to 5-4 after the win. 

“We dug ourselves a hole and ended up being down 20,” said Sacred Heart coach Destry Sterkel. “The second half was better, everyone stepped up.”

Nick Bergum and Devin Evavold led the Eagles in scoring with 12 points. Sacred Heart will host Kittson County Central on Friday.

- Herald staff reports

What To Read Next
Coleman and Bydal stay hot with three more points each, including two goals from Coleman.
Both teams now have one loss after splitting the regular-season series.
Todd Lucht spent nine days in regions in St. Paul and underwent two surgeries in that time.
Slukynsky and Pilgrim lead the way as Warriors flex their muscle in road win.