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Hannah Bliss and Emma Bliss tallied double-doubles in leading the Nevis girls basketball team to a 75-65 win over Northland Remer Saturday at Target Center. Hannah Bliss tallied 21 points, 15 rebounds, three steals and three blocked shots while Emma Bliss had 18 points and 25 rebounds to lead the Tigers.
Austin Rudquist scored 19 points to surpass 1,000 in his Menahga boys basketball career during the Braves’ 65-51 loss to the Parkers Prairie last Tuesday. Rudquist scored 46 points (2.1 per game) as a freshman, 137 points (5.3 per game) as a sophomore and 434 points (17.4 per game) as a junior and has 397 points so far this season for a 20.9 per game average. Austen Schwartz added 12 points and three assists, Aaron Hrdlicka had six rebounds, Calvin Taylor blocked four shots and Aaron Rudquist had three steals for the B
Hannah Allebach’s 16 points and Cierra Ahlf’s 11 rebounds led the Menahga girls basketball team in a 40-37 loss to Parkers Prairie Thursday night. Allebach, Lakyn Anderson and Alyssa Peterson had three steals each while Anderson, Peterson and Alayna Lake had two assists apiece for the Braves, who fell to 7-11 on the season. Parkers Prairie improved to 8-7.
Led by a season high on uneven parallel bars, the Park Rapids-Nevis gymnastics team tallied its second-highest team score of the season in the final home meet of the season Tuesday night. Bemidji claimed the top-three spots in all four events in a 134.60-113.725 victory at the Area High School gym. The Panthers closed the meet with a 32.825 in vault behind Olivia Fischer’s 8.40, Brianna Nelson’s 8.30, Shelby Leckner’s 8.225 and Nicole Eischens’ 7.90.
Zach Struss scored 16 points to lead a balanced attack as Pine River-Backus upset the Nevis boys basketball team 52-48 in a Northland Conference game Tuesday night at Pine River. Konrad Bueckers (14) and Hank Raph (13) also scored in double figures for PR-B, which improved to 5-4 in the conference and 11-9 overall. Gavin Becker’s 19 points and seven rebounds led Nevis.
The Menahga girls basketball team fell to 7-10 on the season following losses to Sebeka and Perham. Sebeka handed the Braves a 63-45 Park Region Conference loss last Friday night while Perham prevailed 67-55 Monday night. Sebeka defeats Braves Shelby Pihlaja’s 15 points and Cierra Ahlf’s 14 rebounds led the Braves in the loss to Sebeka.
Hannah Bliss’ 25 points and nine rebounds sparked the Nevis girls basketball team to a 72-40 Northwoods Conference win over Laporte last Friday night. Becca Nelson had 13 points and four steals, Jordyn Lucas scored 10 points and Madisyn Lucas had four steals as the Tigers improved to 6-4 in the conference and 8-10 overall. Laporte fell to 0-9 in the conference and 2-15 overall. NEVIS: Nelson 5 2-2 13, M. Lucas 0 0-0 0, Ahrendt 0 0-1 0, J. Lucas 5 0-0 10, H.
Frazee and Staples-Motley relied on scoring duos to defeat the Park Rapids girls basketball team. Kennady Barlund and Whitney Janu combined for 43 points in leading Frazee to a 63-57 victory last Saturday at Frazee while Grace Wolhowe and Quinn Uhlman combined for 51 points to spark Staples-Motley to an 85-74 Mid-State Conference win Tuesday night at Staples. Park Rapids fell to 4-5 in the conference and 11-8 overall. Frazee defeats Panthers
Austin Rudquist scored 23 points and Austen Schwartz added 15 points as the Menahga boys basketball team rallied for a 57-54 Park Region Conference victory over Sebeka last Friday night at Menahga. Kyle Skoog added nine rebounds and three steals for the Braves, who trailed 32-19 at the half.
Jumping out to an 18-2 start sparked the Park Rapids girls basketball team to a 63-48 win over Nevis Thursday night at the Area High School gym. Jumpers by Gabie Johnson and Megan Grimes, layups by Katie Klein and Grimes, and two inside baskets by Jaiden McCollum gave the Panthers a 12-0 lead with 11:50 to play in the first half.