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Boys Basketball: Morris/CA stymies West Central

MORRIS -- Mor-ris/Chokio-Alberta's balanced attack was took much for West Central Area as the Tigers won 60-41 in a non-conference boys basketball game Saturday.

MORRIS -- Mor-ris/Chokio-Alberta's balanced attack was took much for West Central Area as the Tigers won 60-41 in a non-conference boys basketball game Saturday.

Cole Riley led the way with 13 points, Dan Tiernan had 11 and Cody Cannon and Mac Kampmeier added 10 each. Kampmeier pulled down eight rebounds.

The Tigers were without point guard Alex Erickson, who injured his ankle against Montevideo Friday. He is not expected to return for a couple of weeks.

Christian Hammer scored 17 points to lead West Central Area.

Morris/Chok.-Alberta 60, West Central 41

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West Central (5-8) 15 26 -- 41

Morris/CA (10-3) 32 28 -- 60

WEST CENTRAL - 14-42 FG (5-21 3-pt); 8-16 FT; 25 rebounds; 13 fouls ... Scoring: Colton Blasyck 6, Dakota Kashmark 6, Beau Kashmark 9, Christian Hammer 17, Jake Boeddecker 1, Bryan Starner 2 ... 3-point shots: Hammer 3, Blasyck 1, B.Kashmark 1 ... Rebound leaders: B.Kashmark 5, Blasyck 5 ... Assist leaders: Boeddecker 4 ... Steal leaders: none

MORRIS/CHOKIO-ALBERTA - 23-60 FG (3-13 3-pt); 11-14 FT; 36 rebounds; 12 fouls ... Scoring: Brody Bahr 3, Cody Cannon 10, Tyler Roske 2, Dan Tiernan 11, Eric Riley 7, Riley Arndt 4, Mac Kampmeier 10, Cole Riley 13 ... 3-point shots: Tiernan 3 ... Rebound leaders: Kampmeier 8, C.Riley 6, E.Riley 6, Arndt 6 ... Assist leaders: C.Riley 4 ... Steal leaders: E.Riley 3, Tiernan 3

Camden

Dawson-Boyd 68, Minneota 52

Shane Hennen and Zac Corbin led Minneota to a 35-30 halftime lead by combining to score all of the Vikings' points. Hennen had 23 and Corbin 12.

But the Blackjacks held the duo to two points each in the second half and outscored Minneota, 38-17.

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Jack Hansen led four Dawson-Boyd players in double figures with 15 points. Nathaniel Huot followed with 14, Joey Lee had 12 and Jarrett Wager recorded 11 points, 10 assists and six rebounds. Zach Stelter pulled down seven boards.

Dawson-Boyd (7-1, 9-2) 30 38 -- 68

Minneota (4-5, 10-5) 35 17 -- 52

DAWSON-BOYD - 27-51 FG (12-29 3-pt); 2-3 FT; 25 rebounds; 16 fouls ... Scoring: Randy Bjerkeset 3, Zach Stelter 7, Joey Lee 12, Nathaniel Huot 14, Evan Robertson 6, Jarrett Wager 11, Jack Hansen 15 ... 3-point shots: Bjerkeset 1, Huot 3, Wager 3, Hansen 5 ... Rebound leaders: Stelter 7, Wager 6 ... Assist leaders: Wager 10, Huot 5 ... Steal leaders: Wager 3

MINNEOTA - 17-53 FG (6-21 3-pt); 10-12 FT; 27 rebounds; 6 fouls ... Scoring: Shane Hennen 25, Brandon Anderson 3, Corey Dietz 3, Zac Corbin 14, Jacob Cheadle 4, Jacob Bottelberghe 3 ... 3-point shots: Hennen 4, Anderson 1, Corbin 1 ... Rebound leaders: Corbin 9 ... Assist leaders: Corbin 3, Anderson 3 ... Steal leaders: Anderson 3

Non-Conference

Pipestone 59, YME 37

Jason Nettik scored 19 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead the Arrows.

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Dylan Lindstrom recorded 12 points and seven rebounds to pace the Sting.

Pipestone (2-9) 25 34 -- 59

YME (2-7) 23 14 -- 37

PIPESTONE - 25-45 FG (0-4 3-pt); 9-15 FT; 28 rebounds; 12 fouls ... Scoring: Jason Nettik 19, Griffin Veldhuizen 16, Reed Schiebout 4, Mark Abramson 4, Carlton Johnson 4, Tyler Rieck 3, Devin Gorter 2, Jacob Derby 6, Taylor Delany 2 ... 3-point shots: none ... Rebound leaders: Nettik 7 ... Assist leaders: Nettik 4 ... Steal leaders: Nettik 2

YELLOW MEDICINE EAST - 14-50 FG (0-5 3-pt); 9-14 FT; 19 rebounds; 15 fouls ... Scoring: Dylan Lindstrom 12, Elliot Carmany 6, Adam Savariego 6, Ryan Reishus 6, Zach Svobodny 2, Taylor Olson 2, Brandon Grund 2, Devon Dyrdahl 1 ... 3-point shots: none ... Rebound leaders: Lindstrom 7 ... Assist leaders: Lindstrom 4 ... Steal leaders: Lindstrom 5

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