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Boys basketball: Wildcats take out Bulldogs

PAYNESVILLE-- Ethan Bohlsen dropped in 11 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as New London-Spicer defeated Paynesville 52-44 in a non-conference game on Thursday night.

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Paynesville’s Travis Heiserich, right, goes up for the offensive rebound over New London-Spicer’s Derrick Laudenbach on Thursday in Paynesville. The Wildcats won 52-44. TRIBUNE / Phil DeMore

PAYNESVILLE- Ethan Bohlsen dropped in 11 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as New London-Spicer defeated Paynesville 52-44 in a non-conference game on Thursday night.
The first half was close, but the visitors held the slight advantage going into halftime. In the second half it would be much of the same, but the Bulldogs could not overcome the deficit.
Mitchell Weidner had 10 points and Matthew Quade scored eight points and dished out four assists in the Paynesville loss.
Both teams play Friday night as NLS will look to win its third game in a row against St. Cloud Cathedral on the road, while the Bulldogs will looking to bounce back with a home game against Sauk Centre.
New London-Spicer 52, Paynesville 44
NLS (3-2) 24 28 - 52
Paynesville (4-5) 19 25 - 44
New London-Spicer
18-48 FG; 14-22 FT; 10 fouls … Scoring: Alex Goff 1, Ethan Bohlsen 11, Derrick Laudenbach 4, James Magnuson 2, Jaden hanson 4, Devin Fostervold 13, Shane Zylstra 9 … 3-point shots: Fostervold 1, Zylsra 1 … Rebound leader: Bohlsen 12 … Assist leader: n/a … Steal leader: n/a
Paynesville
18-44 FG; 5-10 FT; 19 fouls … Scoring: Mitchell Weidner 10, Tucker Wendroth 3, Toby Flannigan 6, Alex Kranz 4, Hayden Hengel 6, Nic Reiman 2, Brandon Schleper 4, Matt Quade 8, Travis Heiserich 1 … 3-point shots: 3 with 1 … Rebound leader: Quade 8 … Assist leader: Quade 4 … Steal leader: Quade 3, Weidner 3

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