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Boys Basketball: Bulldogs win overtime shootout with Sting

GRANITE FALLS -- With Yellow Medicine East having two chances late in regulation to take a win against Paynesville, the Bulldogs weren't going to mess around in overtime.

Paynesville's Sam Oehrlein drives the lane for a layup during Thursday's non-conference game against Yellow Medicine East in Granite Falls. Joe Brown / Tribune
Paynesville's Sam Oehrlein drives the lane for a layup during Thursday's non-conference game against Yellow Medicine East in Granite Falls. Joe Brown / Tribune

GRANITE FALLS - With Yellow Medicine East having two chances late in regulation to take a win against Paynesville, the Bulldogs weren't going to mess around in overtime.

Opening the extra period on an 8-0 run, Paynesville hit the 90-point mark for the third time this season with a 97-86 non-conference victory on Thursday.

Sophomore Corbin Froelich notched 35 points for the Bulldogs on 11 of 18 shooting, including four 3-pointers. He also was 9 of 9 from the free-throw line, leading a Paynesville squad that was 28-for-35 as a team.

Sam Oehrlein also had a big night for the Bulldogs with 24 points, followed by 13 for Carter Wessel and 10 for Grady Fuchs.

The Sting's Carter Sneller was one rebound away from a triple-double while nearly getting the team to their first win with 22 points, 12 assists, nine rebounds and two blocks. Dalton Anderson also had a double-double with 18 points and 11 rebounds. Jahrell Ishmon (17), Bennett Knapper (17) and Steven Tipton (10) also finished in double digits for YME.

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Paynesville 97, YME 86 (OT)

Paynesville (5-2) 44 38 15 - 97

YME (0-6) 40 42 4 - 86

PAYNESVILLE - Scoring: Caden Spanier 7, Grady Fuchs 10, Carter Wessel 13, Preston Carlson 1, Levi Bast 7, Sam Oehrlein 24, Corbin Froelich 35 ... 3-point shots: Spanier 1, Wessel 2, Bast 1, Oehrlein 1, Froelich 4 ... Rebound leader: NA ... Assist leader: NA ... Steal leader: NA

YELLOW MEDICINE EAST - Scoring: Bennett Knapper 17, Carter Sneller 22, Steven Tipton 10, Jahrell Ishmon 17, Hunter Johnson 2, Dalton Anderson 18 ... 3-point shots: Knapper 5, Tipton 2, Ishmon 3 ... Rebound leader: Anderson 11, Sneller 9, Ishmon 8 ... Assist leader: Sneller 12 ... Steal leader: Ishmon 3

BOLD 112, ACGC 82

BOLD shot 64 percent from the field in a big-time offensive game from the entire Warrior team.

Gavin Vosika scored a team-high 30 points with seven rebounds and 13 assists. Jordan Sagedahl proved to be efficient as ever, scoring 25 points with seven rebounds and six steals.

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The Falcons lost despite a career game from Dawson Miller, who had 44 points and 11 rebounds. Steven Lawver had a double-double of his own with 19 points and 12 assists, along with five boards.

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BOLD (7-0) 61 51 - 112

ACGC (4-4) 34 48- 82

BOLD - Scoring: Drew Sagedahl 16, Gavin Vosika 30, Blake Plass 5, Jordan Sagedahl 25, Trenton Ziesmer 7, Carter Henry 16, Mathew Moorse 13 ... 3-point shots: D Sagedahl 4, Vosika 3, J Sagedahl 3, Ziesmer 1 ... Rebound leader: Vosika 7, J Sagedahl 7 ... Assist leader: Vosika 13 ... Steal leader: J Sagedahl 6

ACGC - Scoring: Shelby Shoen 4, Ethan Lilleberg 2, Brayden Hedtke 7, Steven Lawver 19, Ethan Melberg 2, Ryan Peterson 2, Jordan Schumacher 2, Dawson Miller 44 ... 3-point shots: Miller 4, Lawver 3, Hedtke 1 ... Rebound leader: Miller 11, Lawver 5 ... Assist leader: Lawver 12, Shoen 6 ... Steal leader: Lawver 3

Melrose 76, Benson 55

Melrose managed to break the half-century mark in the first half, outscoring Benson 52-27 on the way to a 76-55 West Central Conference victory.

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Paving the way for the Dutchmen was Preston Keaveny with 21 points, followed by 16 from Rowan Nelson and 11 from Grant Moscho.

Will Enderson had a Braves-best 14 points, followed by 12 from Ben Peterson.

Benson (2-5) 27 28 - 55

Melrose (3-2) 52 24 - 76

BENSON - Scoring: Austin Ose 3, Cole Hedman 9, Ben Peterson 12, Eric Hoium 2, Will Enderson 14, Abe Peterson 3, Jonas Habben 4, Matt Ebnet 3, Devon Liles 5 ... 3-point shots: Ose 1, Hedman 1, Peterson 4, Enderson 4, Peterson 1, Ebnet 1 ... Rebound leader: A Peterson 5, Habben 4 ... Assist leader: Goossen 3 ... Steal leader: Five players with one

MELROSE - Scoring: Trevor Braegelmann 2, Carter Tschida 6, Grant Moscho 11, Adam Helmin 6, Cooper Goerdt 3, Preston Keaveny 21, Rowan Nelson 16, Shane Thelen 4, Daniel Klassen 4 ... 3-point shots: Moscho 1, Goerdt 1, Keaveny 2, Nelson 1, Thelen 1 ... Rebound leader: Helmin 6... Assist leader: Three players with one... Steal leader: Helmin 3, Keaveny 3

Minnewaska 49, Morris/CA 37

Minnewaska rebounded from its first loss, outscoring Morris/C-A 31-18 in the first half en route to a 49-37 West Central Conference victory on Thursday.

Leading the way for the Lakers was Grant Jensen with 23 points, followed by 15 from Shawn Carsten. Fifteen of Jensen's points came in the opening half.

Jackson Loge was the top scorer for the Tigers with 14 points. Jaret Johnson added eight points in the loss.

Morris/CA (3-4) 18 19 - 37

Minnewaska (6-1) 31 18 - 49

MORRIS/CHOKIO-ALBERTA - Scoring: Jaden Maanum 5, Zach Hughes 7, Cameron Koebernick 3, Jackson Loge 14, Jaret Johnson 8 ... 3-point shots: Maanum 1, Hughes 1, Koebernick 1 ... Rebound leader: NA ... Assist leader: NA ... Steal leader: NA

MINNEWASKA - Scoring: Jack Blevins 6, Grant Jensen 23, Ryan Amundson 3, Aaron Ver Steeg 2, Shawn Carsten 15 ... 3-point shots: Blevins 2, Jensen 1, Carsten 2 ... Rebound leader: Luke Barkeim 9, Carsten 8 ... Assist leader: Jensen 3 ... Steal leader: Barkiem 2, Carsten 2

Sauk Centre 66, Montevideo 53

Sauk Centre powered past Montevideo in the second half to earn a West Central Conference victory Thursday night behind Logan Suelflow's 22 points.

Chrisitian Riley logged eight points with eight assists and six rebounds for the Thunder Hawks while Adam Root led the squad with 15 points.

Sauk Centre (3-3) 31 35 - 66

Montevideo (0-7) 30 23 - 53

SAUK CENTRE - Scoring: Logan Suelflow 22, Casey Schirmers 12, Jacob Jennissen 10, Jackson Berscheid 9, Steven Namvar 7, Macoy Thiesen 6 ... 3-point shots: Suelflow 4 ... Rebound leader: NA ... Assist leader: NA ... Steal leader: NA

MONTEVIDEO - Scoring: Adam Root 15, Sam Olson 11, Cole Sandven 10, Christian Riley 8, Jackson Snell 5, Trent Dreyer 2, Bradyn Schultz 2 ... 3-point shots: Root 3, Olson 1, Snell 1 ... Rebound leader: Sandven 6, Riley 6, Snell 5 ... Assist leader: Riley 8 ... Steal leader: Root 2, Olson 2

D-B 84, MACCRAY 64

Bentley Boike cracked 1,000 career points while leading Dawson-Boyd past MACCRAY for an 84-64 Camden Conference North victory on Thursday night.

Needing just one point to reach the 1,000 plateau, Boike had a team-high 18 points while also hauling in 10 rebounds and dishing out four assists. Josh Anyasike also had a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds along with three steals. Romell Horton had 11 points for the Blackjacks, followed by 10 for Zach Durfee.

Brady Kienitz scored a game-high 24 points for the Wolverines, who lost their fifth straight game on Thursday. Thomas Kirking added 15 points. As a team, MACCRAY hit 10 3-pointers.

MACCRAY (4-5) 29 35 - 64

D-B (3-3) 44 40 - 84

MACCRAY - Scoring: Tommy Hoekstra 5, Brady Kienitz 24, Will Asche 5, Thomas Kirking 15, Kelby Jaenisch 9, Trenten Cavaness 6 ... 3-point shots: Kienitz 4, Kirking 3, Jaenisch 3 ... Rebound leader: Jaenisch 6, Cavaness 6 ... Assist leader: Kienitz 3 ... Steal leader: NA

DAWSON-BOYD - Scoring: Colton Husby 8, Romell Horton 11, Keaton Schuelke 4, Josh Anyasike 15, Zach Durfee 10, Jake Lee 16, Bentley Boike 18, Kolten Lindblad 2 ... 3-point shots: Horton 2, Durfee 1, Lee 1 ... Rebound leader: Husby 11, Anyasike 10, Boike 10 ... Assist leader: Boike 4 ... Steal leader: Anyasike 3

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