Prep Results: Warriors Pull Away From Hankinson In Second Half 11 Dec 17

Brett Miller, KMRS/KKOK Sports Director

ND/MN Shootout
Wyndmere/Lidgerwood 71, Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley 47
HANKINSON – Wyndmere-Lidgerwood went on an 8-0 run to open up the second half and pulled away from Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley 71-47 in game one of the ND/MN Shootout on Monday in Hankinson.
Wyatt Harles led all scorers with 26 points while Aaron Bohnenstingl added 16 with seven rebounds. The Wolverines struggled to keep the Warbirds off of the offensive glass all night, and were unable to solve their zone defense as they deficit continued to grow.
Bryce Hoffman led the Wolverines with 16 points and 13 rebounds for his second double-double of the season. Caleb Cardwell had 16 and Sam Adelman added 10 points with seven boards as the Wolverines fall to 0-2.
CGB will face Hankinson in day two of the tournament on Wednesday at 7:30.

Wheaton/Herman-Norcross 71, Hankinson 61
HANKINSON – Wheaton/Herman-Norcross had four players score in double-figures and they earned head coach James Paul his first win with a 71-61 victory over Hankinson in game two of the shootout tournament.
Hunter Johnson recorded a double-double with 18 points, 10 rebounds and six assists. Nelson Schmidt also recorded a double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds, Matt Thielan had 17 points and Nick Lupkes added 13 for the Warriors.
Trailing by 11 midway through the first half, the Warriors started attacking the rim and the Pirates had no answer, as the deficit shrunk to three by halftime.
The Warriors offense continued to click in the second half, eventually catching the Pirates and taking the lead. As the Pirates began to clog up the driving lanes, the Warriors went to the outside and connected on six three-pointers to pull away and secure the win.
Jaxon Mauch led the Pirates with 20 points, Hayden Boll and Devan Round each added 13.
The Warriors will face Wyndmer/Lidgerwood at 6:00 on Wednesday.

Hancock 74, Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa 63
BROOTEN – Noah Kannegiesser scored 38 points and the Hancock Owls improved to 3-0 with a 74-63 win over Belgrad-Brooten-Elrosa on Monday.
Kannegiesser added five assists and four steals, with both him and Bennett Nienhaus hitting four three-pointers each. Nienhaus finished with 12, Connor Reese had 13 for the Owls who outscored the Jaguars by 11 in the second half, the game was tied at halftime 25-25.
Evan Wiener led the Jaguars with 22, Parker Schwinghammer added 15 as the Jaguars fall to 1-3.

Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley 36, Brandon-Evansville 31
EVANSVILLE – CGB hit key free throws down the stretch to secure a 36-31 win over Brandon-Evansville.
The Chargers led 16-11 in a tough defensive-minded game, but had no answer for the Wolverines Callie Vold who finished with a game-high 24 points. Mataiah Turner added six with six rebounds, seven steals and a block as the Wolverines remain unbeaten at 5-0.
Madison Quinn and Sara Jacobson each had eight for the Chargers who fall to 3-3.

Hancock 66, Hillcrest Lutheran 31
HANCOCK – Hancock took an 18-point lead into halftime, and held Hillcrest to just 12 second half points to earn a dominant 66-31 win over the Comets on Monday.
Ashlyn Mattson led the Owls with 18 points, five assists and nine steals. She connected on four three-pointers,  Lexi Staples had 13 points and Tess Steiner added 10 and the Owls improved to 3-1. The Comets got 12 from Olivia Foss and fell to 0-3.

  • James

    CGB scored 39 in the game and being short handed had nothing to do with B/E foul troubles. B/E could not defend Callie Vold as she drove down the lane and were out of control with the dribble causing them to be called for at least 5 charging calls. Vold lead all scores with 24 points and forced B/E into about a dozen fouls trying to defend her drives into the paint.