Class B boys basketball: Four Winds-Minnewaukan cruises into state semifinals

Four Winds' defensive pressure was intense throughout a quarterfinals victory over Stanley on Thursday.

Four Winds-Minnewaukan's Wade Nestell goes up for two in front of Stanley's Josh Hetzel during their North Dakota Class B Boys Basketball Tournament quarterfinal game Thursday, March 17, 2022, in Minot.
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MINOT — Undefeated Four Winds-Minnewaukan put on a dominant performace and defeated Stanley 68-28 in the North Dakota state Class B boys basketball quarterfinals at the Minot Dome on Thursday.
Full-court pressure led to 29 Stanley turnovers. The Indians had a 35-0 advantage in points off those turnovers.
Four Winds' Dalen Leftbear scored 16 points to lead a balanced attack. Deng Deng scored 15 points, Jacolby Pearson scored 14 and Jayden Yankton finished with 13.
Tristen Barstad led Stanley with 12 points.
The 25-0 Indians play in the state semifinals at 8:15 p.m. Friday, March 18.

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