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BOLD Warrior boys blast Morris Tigers

Drew Sagedahl pumps in 30 in No. 2 Warriors' win

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BOLD's Gavin Vosika (2) tries to put up a shot between Morris/C-A defenders Thomas Tiernan (14) and Toby Gonnerman during Friday's West Central Conference game in Bird Island. Vosika ended up making the basket. Joe Brown / West Central Tribune
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BIRD ISLAND — The BOLD Warriors did what they do: They ran at every opportunity and went with the hot hand. This night, that was Drew Sagedahl.

Led by the junior guard’s 30 points, BOLD beat Morris/Chokio-Alberta 75-62 Friday night in a West Central Conference boys basketball game.

Sagedahl also led the Warriors, who are second-ranked in Class A, with 11 rebounds. Senior forward Jordan Sagedahl contributed 16 points and senior Garvin Vosika added 15 points, eight rebounds and eight assists.

BOLD led 38-28 at halftime in what was mostly a close first half. Morris/CA led 7-4 early, but the Warriors broke it open at the end of the half.

The Tigers were led by Jackson Loge. The 6-foot-7 sophomore had 14 points, shooting 6-for-9 from the field and 2-for-2 from the free-throw line. He also had 22 rebounds and seven assists.

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Morris/CA’s next game is at 4:30 p.m. Friday against Chisago Lakes Area during Fergus Falls Tournament.

BOLD plays Cass Lake-Bena during the Breakdown Granite City Classic at 2 p.m. Friday from Collegeville at the St. John’s University campus..

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BOLD's Jordan Sagedahl gets a steal and scores a fastbreak layup during the first half of Friday's West Central Conference game against Morris/C-A in Bird Island. Joe Brown / West Central Tribune

West Central

BOLD 75, Morris/CA 62

Morris/CA (1-4) 28 34 — 62
BOLD (5-0) 38 37 — 75
MORRIS/CA - Scoring: Durgin Decker 10, Jaden Maanum 11, Thomas Terinan 6, Jackson Loge 14, Toby gonnerman 13, Cade Fehr 6, Brock Peterson 2 … 3-point shots: Decker 2, Maanum 3, Tiernan 2 … Rebound leader: Loge 22 … Assist leaders: Loge 7, Tiernan 5 … Steal leaders: Maanum 1, Tiernan 1, Loge 1 ... Block leader: Loge 2
BOLD - Scoring: Drew Sagedahl 30, Gavin Vosika 15, Blake Plass 4, Jordan Sagedahl 16, Trenton Ziesmer 2, Matt Moorse 6, Max Marks 2 … 3-point shots: D. Sagedahl 4, Vosika 1, J. Sagedahl 1 … Rebound leader: D. Sagedahl 11, Vosika 8 … Assist leader: Vosika 8 … Steal leader: Vosika 6 ... Block leader: None

Minnewaska 50,
Montevideo 37

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Bouncing back from its first loss of the season, Minnewaska outscored Montevideo 25-14 in the first half en route to a double-digit victory at home.

Leading all scorers, Peyton Johnsrud paced the Lakers with 13 points. Contributing with five points, Aaron Ber Steef cleaned up the glass with 15 rebounds.

The Thunder Hawks were led by Sam Olson, who finished with eight points. They will next play at SMSU against New Ulm. 6:30 p.m. Thursday in Marshall.

Minnewaska’s next game is against Canby during the SMSU tournament at 4 p.m. Friday from Marshall.

Montevideo (0-6) 14 23 — 37
Minnewaska (5-1) 25 25 — 50
MONTEVIDEO - Scoring: Sam Olson 8, Kaden Boike 7, Sawyer Reidinger 7, Cade Weber 5, Colby Buseman 4, Bradyn Schultz 3, Landon Stock 3 … 3-point shots: Olson 1, Boike 1, Weber 1, Schultz 1, Stock 1 … Rebound leader: Schultz 4 … Assist leader: Olson 3 … Steal leader: Schultz 1 ... Block leader: Reidinger 1
MINNEWASKA - Scoring: Peyton Johnsrud 13, Sam Hested 9, Drew Nelson 9, Aaron Ver Steeg 5, Luke Barkeim 7, Brady Hoffman 7 … 3-point shots: Johnsrud 2, Hested 1, Nelson 1 … Rebound leader: Ver Steeg 15 … Assist leader: Hested 3 … Steal leader: Nelson 3 ... Block leader: Three with 1

Central Lakes

Sartell 75, Willmar 47

Dominic Hagy’s 32 points led all scorers in host Sartell’s Central Lakes Conference victory over the Willmar Cardinals.

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Sartell led 38-19 at halftime and didn’t look back. “The Sabres also got 12 points and five assists from Gustav Gunderson.

For Willmar, Samuel Fraser had 18 points.

Willmar’s next game is against Heritage Christian during the Willmar Bremer Bank Holiday Classic at 3:30 p.m. Friday.

Willmar (1-6) 19 28 — 47
Sartell (4-2) 38 37 — 75
WILLMAR - Scoring: Zach Morrell 3, Will Hisken 1, Jacob Rosendahl 5, Jack Jeffords 8, Chase Dirksen 8, Alex Schramm 2, Samuel Fraser 18, Aaron Watland 2 … 3-point shots: Morrell 1, Jeffords 2 … Rebound leader: Dirksen 7 … Assist leader: Jeffords 2 … Steal leader: Dirksen 2 ... Block leader: Dirksen 3
SARTELL - Scoring: Gustav Gunderson 12, Matthew Sieben 3, Mason Lund 7, Cody Lantis 2, Jacob Bjelland 7, Blake Hartwig 9, Dominic Hagy 32, Brayden Lenzmeier 3 … 3-point shots: Gunderson 2, Sieben 1, Lund 1, Hartwig 1, Hagy 3, Lenzmeier 1 … Rebound leader: Lund 5, Hagy 5 … Assist leader: Gunderson 5 … Steal leader: Hagy 3 ... Block leader: Bjelland 3

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Tournament

Hancock 49,
MACCRAY 48

Guided by a pair of terrific individual performances, Hancock held on against MACCRAY to advance to the tournament finals.

Matt Thompson was the Owls’ leading scorer and rebounder, pouring in 13 points while snatching 13 boards. Preston Rohloff added seven points, 10 rebounds and seven assists.

Wolverines guard Brady Kienitz led all scorers with 17 points.

MACCRAY (5-2) 28 20 — 48
Hancock (2-1) 29 20 — 49
MACCRAY - Scoring: Brady Kienitz 17, Will Asche 6, Blake Wadsworth 12, Trenten Cavaness 13 … 3-point shots: Kienitz 5, Asche 2, Wadsworth 1 … Rebound leader: Cavaness 13, Asche 7 … Assist leader: Wadsworth 3, Asche 3 … Steal leader: Kienitz 3 ... Block leader: Three with 1
HANCOCK - Scoring: Matt Thompson 13, Adam Shaw 8, Isaac Nienhaus 5, Daniel Milander 11, Preston Rohloff 7, John Kellenberger 5 … 3-point shots: Milander 2, Shaw 2, Nienhaus 1, Rohloff 1, Thompson 1 … Rebound leader: Thompson 13, Rohloff 10 … Assist leader: Rohloff 7 … Steal leader: Milander 4 ... Block leader: N/A

Benson 83, ACGC 81

Will Enderson had 23 points, Ben Peterson 22 and Cole Hedman 20 as Benson held off Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City for the victory at the Braves’ gym.

Dawson Miller pumped in 30 points and Steven Lawver added 18 for ACGC. Miller also had 15 rebounds and Lawver nine rebounds with five assists. Braden Pickle had 10 points and five assists for the Falcons.

Benson jumped out to a 25-6 lead and tied it up late. Will Enderson got a rebound and made an out-let pass to Abe Peterson, who made the field goal and was fouled with 50 seconds to go. Peterson’s free throw completed the three-point play and put the Braves up for good.

MACCRAY and ACGC play at 6 p.m. Saturday in the third--place game. Benson plays Hancock at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the championship game.

ACGC (3-4) 28 53 — 81
Benson (4-1) 42 41 — 83
ACGC - Scoring: Braeden Pickle 10, Josh Kinzler 8, Steven Lawver 18, Levi Lilleberg 4, Dawson Miller 30, Zack Hinther 4, Ethan Melberg 4, Dawson Tebben 3 … 3-point shots: Pickle 1, Lawver 1, Miller 2, Tebben 1 … Rebound leader: Miller 15, Lawver 9 … Assist leader: Lawver 5, Pickle 5 … Steal leader: Lawver 6 ... Block leader: Kinzler 2
BENSON - Scoring: Abe Peterson 16, Sam Lenarz 1, Cole Hedman 20, Ben Peterson 22, Will Enderson 23, Sam Grussing 1 … 3-point shots: Hedman 2, B. Peterson 2, Enderson 2 … Rebound leader: Enderson 11, B. Peterson 9 … Assist leader: A. Peterson 3 … Steal leader: B. Peterson 4 ... Block leader: None

Non-conference

BBE 48, KMS 41

Freshman guard Kaden Pieper had 14 points, senior guard Jackson Peter had 12 points and sophomore guard Will VanBeck added 11 points to lead Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa to the victory at Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg.

Alex Call, a 6-foot-3 sophomore guard, had 11 points and Chirs Moist,a 5-9 senior forward, added 10 for KMS.

BBE plays Lac qui Parle Valley during at 1:45 p.m. Friday in Willmar at the Bremer Bank Classic.

KMS plays at 3 p.m. Friday at Windom.

BBE (2-4) 24 24 — 48
KMS (0-5) 17 24 — 41
BELGRADE-BROOTEN-ELROSA - Scoring: Kaden Pieper 14, Jackson Peter 12, Will VanBeck 11, Evan Jones 1, Andrew Weller 1, Ryan Schwinghammer 9 … 3-point shots: Peter 1, VanBeck 3 … Rebound leader: Weller 7, Pieper 6 … Assist leader: Peter 4 … Steal leader: VanBeck 5 ... Block leader: Pieper 1, Schwinghammer 1
KERKHOVEN-MURDOCK-SUNBURG - Scoring: Alex Call 11, Isaac Rudningen 4, Gavin Thorson 2, Kyler Johnson 6, Gage Thorson 2, Titian Norton 6, Chris Moist 10 … 3-point shots: A. Call 1, K. Johnson 1 … Rebound leader: N/A … Assist leader: N/A … Steal leader: N/A ... Block leader: N/A

Late Thursday

Paynesville 58,
Holdingford 48

Down by four at halftime to Holdingford, Paynesville stormed back and lead by as much as 20 points as the Bulldogs prevailed on Thursday.

Corbin Froelich led Paynesville with 26 points along with eight rebounds. Grady Fuchs added eight points and four assists in the victory.

Paynesville (3-3) 22 36 — 58
Holdingford (1-2) 26 22 — 48
PAYNESVILLE - Scoring: Caden Spanier 4, Grady Fuchs 8, Carter Wessel 6, Levi Bast 5, Kadin Ludwig 2, Corbin Froelich 26, Brendan Uhlenkamp 3, Mitchell Bertram 2, Evan Hess 2 … 3-point shots: N/A … Rebound leader: Bast 8, Froelich 8 … Assist leader: Fuchs 4 … Steal leader: N/A ... Block leader: N/A
HOLDINGFORD - Scoring: Aaron Welle 10, Brendan Yamry 7, Blake Niemeyer 4, Blake Panek 5, Braden Bomgaars 12, Jake Ethan 4, Christian Willoughby 6 … 3-point shots: N/A … Rebound leader: N/A … Assist leader: N/A … Steal leader: N/A ... Block leader: N/A

Canby 68, YME 67

With both teams searching for their first win on Thursday, Canby was a one-point victor over Camden Conference foe Yellow Medicine East.

The loss came despite a 24-point effort from Kyle Chase, who hit eight 3-pointers. Carter Sneller wasn’t far behind with 22 points.

Canby (1-4) 30 38 — 68
YME (0-5) 33 34 — 67
CANBY - Scoring: Ty Stoks 17, Zach Waldrum 5, Jordan Ries 4, Will Varcoe 11, Kaden Reyson 1, Nathan Prokop 12, Dylan Burns 3, Joey Hiedeman 15 … 3-point shots: Varcoe 1 … Rebound leader: N/A … Assist leader: N/A … Steal leader: N/A ... Block leader: N/A

YELLOW MEDICINE EAST - Scoring: Elliott Korstad 1, Kyle Chase 24, Carter Sneller 22, Isaac Jimenez 3, Caleb Jans 2, Hunter Johnson 8, Cody Dahlager 5, Tony Berthelson 2 … 3-point shots: Chase 8, Sneller 2, Jimenez 1 … Rebound leader: N/A … Assist leader: N/A … Steal leader: N/A ... Block leader: N/A

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