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Splitting games with Red Lake and Blackduck left the Nevis boys basketball team in a tie for third place in the Northland Conference standings. Rob Beaulieu’s 22 points helped Red...
A dominating defensive effort sparked the Nevis girls basketball team to a 52-11 Northwoods Conference win over Blackduck Friday night. Hannah Bliss (13), Jordyn Lucas (11) and Becca Nelson (10) scored in double figures to lead a balanced attack for the Tigers, who led 34-5 at the half. Emma Bliss grabbed six rebounds, Lucas had six assists and Nelson had four steals a Nevis improved to 9-4 in the conference and 11-11overall. Blackduck fell to 1-12 in conference play and 1-20 overall.
Bryan Sea and Kevin Smith made 10 of 10 free throws in the final 1:14 to seal Walker-Hackensack-Akeley’s 79-70 win over the Park Rapids boys basketball team Tuesday night at the Area High School gym. The Wolves took advantage of 27 Park Rapids fouls to make 30 of 36 free throws in the game to improve to 13-9 on the season. The first half was close as both teams battled through five ties and eight lead changes before W-H-A went on a 20-5 run to take the lead for good.
Gabie Johnson hit a jumper and four free throws down the stretch to help the Park Rapids girls basketball team defeat Walker-Hackensack-Akeley 64-55 Tuesday night at the Area High School gym. Four inside baskets by Kayla Schneider offset a jumper and 3-pointer by Johnson and two inside baskets by Jaiden McCollum as W-H-A claimed a 21-13 lead with 6:35 to play in the first half.
Spencer Fritze broke his own school record in diving and the Park Rapids boys swimming and diving team used eight winning performances to claim the title at last Saturday’s Park Rapids Invitational. Fritze compiled 429.30 points for 11 dives for a runner-up finish to break his previous school record of 411.95 points. The Panthers followed by winning all three relays and had three 1-2 showings in tallying 878 points. Detroit Lakes was second with 800 points while Perham took third with 271 points.
Detroit Lakes locked up an undefeated season in Mid-State Conference play and secured the No. 4 seed for the Section 8A playoffs with a 4-2 win over the Park Rapids-Menahga-Nevis-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley boys hockey team Tuesday night at Kent Freeman Arena. The win lifted Detroit Lakes to 7-3 against section teams and 13-9-2 overall while the Panthers fell to 7-8-1 in section games and 13-11-1 overall.
Nevis hit seven free throws in overtime to seal a 46-42 Northland Conference win over Pine River-Backus last Thursday night at the Tiger Arena.
A balanced attack led the Menahga boys basketball team to a 53-47 Park Region Conference win over Henning Tuesday night at Menahga. Aaron Rudquist was the only player to hit double figures with 10 points. Aaron Hrdlicka led Menahga with seven rebounds and five steals while Luke Wurdock dished out three assists as the Braves improved to 5-7 in the conference and 8-13 overall. Henning fell to 5-8 in conference games and 10-11 overall.
Entering Thursday night’s dual meet with Bemidji, the Park Rapids boys swimming and diving team could either finish with a winning record or a losing record. As it turned out, the Panthers finished with neither as Bemidji rallied for a 93-93 tie at the Area High School pool. The tie in the final dual meet of the season gave the Panthers a .500 record at 3-3-1.
After battling Detroit Lakes in a 4-3 overtime loss in their last meeting, Gary Vaudrin liked the chances of the Park Rapids-Menahga-Nevis-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley girls hockey team to prevail in a rematch to open the Section 8A playoffs Thursday night at Detroit Lakes. The Lakers made sure of avoiding an upset by scoring the game’s first five goals in a 6-3 victory.