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The United North Central wrestling team improved to 5-12 in dual meets with a 52-30 win over Mahnomen/Waubun Tuesday night and a 42-27 victory over Walker-Hackensack-Akeley/Nevis Jan. 18 at Walker. In the win over Mahnomen/Waubun, Hunter Skaro at 106 pounds, Ethan Trout at 126, Torrey Carlson at 145, Gator Bettin at 182 and Jared Seibert at 285 recorded pins while Eion Ness recorded a 9-0 major decision at 138. Hank Tellers (at 113), Toby Hintzman (at 160) and Dakota Meech (at 170) received forfeits.
A 10-0 run early in the second half powered Pelican Rapids to a 65-50 win over the Park Rapids boys basketball team Tuesday night at the Area High School gym. The start of the game featured seven ties and four lead changes before Pelican Rapids used a 6-0 run to claim the lead for good. Back-to-back jumpers by Gabe Bagstad, two layups and a pair of 3-pointers by Tristin Persons, and baskets off rebounds by Preston Renneberg and Jake Reish gave the Panthers an 18-16 lead with 7:01 to play in the first half.
Megan Hendrickson and Cierra Ahlf tallied double-doubles as the Menahga girls basketball team remained undefeated on the season with an 87-51 win over Browerville/Eagle Valley Monday night at Browerville.
Charlie Hodge scored 19 points to lead the way in the Menahga boys basketball team's 68-46 Park Region Conference loss to Bertha-Hewitt Tuesday night at Bertha. Wade Berttunen (9), Zach Floyd (9) and Tristan Aho (7) combined for 25 points while Jonah Howard grabbed seven rebounds for the Braves, who fell to 3-5 in the conference and 5-11 overall. Bertha-Hewitt improved to 3-4 in conference games and 5-8 overall.
All five starters scored in double figures as the Nevis boys basketball team remained undefeated in Northland Conference play with a 91-63 win over Red Lake Tuesday night at the Tiger Arena.
Kayla Sayovitz's hat trick, Gabby Olson's goal and four assists, and Mackenzie Och's 24 saves led Prairie Centre to a 5-0 Mid-State Conference win over the Park Rapids-Menahga-Nevis-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley girls hockey team Tuesday night at Wadena.
The Park Rapids boys swimming and diving team won the first 10 events before swimming exhibition in coasting to a 100-77 victory over Thief River Falls Tuesday night at the Area High School pool. Park Rapids also added five runner-up showings to remain undefeated in dual meets with a 6-0 record. Thomas Williams, Seth Breitweser, Sam Huot and Dominik Backmann opened the meet with a winning time of 2:01.27 in the 200-yard medley relay before Williams (in 2:08.25) and Dan Walsh (in 2:22.57) followed with a 1-2 finish in the 200 freestyle.
Two of the top teams in Section 8A shut down the offense of the Park Rapids-Menahga-Nevis-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley boys hockey team in back-to-back battles at the Ted O. Johnson Ice Arena. Crookston used a 42-9 advantage in shots on goal to spark a 5-0 victory Monday night while Warroad relied on a 38-10 advantage in shots to post a 3-0 victory Tuesday night. Eric Delorme's hat trick and Cade Salentine's first career shutout led Crookston past the Panthers Monday night.
Ashton Clark, Landen Burlingame, Zach Hocking and Dwayne Johnson picked up two wins each as the Park Rapids wrestling team dropped a pair of duals against Section 8AA opponents during a triangular meet at Thief River Falls Tuesday night. Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton used two pins and four forfeits to spark a 46-24 victory over the Panthers in the first match while Thief River Falls relied on five pins and four forfeits for a 54-23 victory in the second match. TRF defeated D-G-F 42-20 in the final match.
Four players scored in double figures in leading the Nevis boys basketball team to a 78-43 Northland Conference victory over Northome-Kelliher at Northome Friday night. Luke DeWulf and Tom Wormley scored 14 points apiece while Michael Landquist had 13 points, four assists and four steals. Caden Kramer chipped in 12 points and three rebounds while Jack Landquist led the way with six rebounds. Donny Peet had five rebounds and Dylen Spain-Brist and DeWulf dished out three assists each as the Tigers jumped out to a 40-16 lead at the half.