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Boys basketball GF Red River 68, Fargo Shanley 54 FARGO -- Grand Forks Red River received 30 points from Chad Bartosh as the Riders cruised past Fargo Shanley on Tuesday night. Tanner Soleim added 14 for the Riders. But it was Red River's defense...
GF Red River 68,
Fargo Shanley 54
FARGO - Grand Forks Red River received 30 points from Chad Bartosh as the Riders cruised past Fargo Shanley on Tuesday night.
Tanner Soleim added 14 for the Riders.
But it was Red River’s defense that was the big story against the Deacons, who came into the averaging around 75 points.
“Overall, we contested every shot and that was a big goal for us,” said Red River coach Jason Gregory.
Shanley scored 11 of its points in the final two minutes.
Red River hosts Fargo Davies on Thursday night.
West Fargo 71,
GF Central 67 OT
WEST FARGO - Travis Schock and Melvin Collins each poured 18 points to lead West Fargo past Grand Forks Central on Tuesday night.
“This was an extremely hard fought game and we almost took it with a shot at the buzzer,” said Central coach Dan Carlson.
Jake Mussman led the Knights with 20 points. Also in double figures for Central was Josh Schumer with 13.
The Knights will travel to Valley City on Thursday.
Thief River Falls 76,
Senior High 53
THIEF RIVER FALLS - Despite 16 points from Ty Misialek and 15 from Jim Warmack, East Grand Forks Senior High was downed by Thief River Falls on Tuesday.
“Thief River played well,” said Green Wave coach Travis Lindgren. “Give them credit. They played with a lot of energy and we were a little bit flat today.”
The Prowlers were led by Jacob Joppru, who scored 23 points.
Ben Bjornson added 10 for the Wave, who will play at Roseau on Thursday.
West Fargo 83,
GF Central 51
Cassidy Thorson scored 20 points while Shelby Gustafson and Kennedi Sand each added 15 to lead West Fargo to the road win Tuesday night.
The loss dropped Central to 3-7 in the Eastern Dakota Conference and 3-8 overall.
“They just outworked us,” said Central coach D.J. Burris. “We played scared from the beginning of the game.”
Central was led by Lauren Dub’s 13 points.
The Knights play Valley City on Thursday.
Senior High 3,
East Grand Forks Senior High received two goals from Dixon Bowen and one from Eddie Eades as the Green Wave held off Crookston on Tuesday night at the East Grand Forks Civic Center.
Senior High, ranked No. 2 in the state, improved to 17-2-1.
Brady Heppner scored Crookston’s goal in the first period.
Ian Johnson made 35 saves for Crookston.