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College basketball: NDSCS shuts down Ridgewater

Wildcats turn up the ‘D’ to beat Warriors, 71-51

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WAHPETON, N.D. — The Ridgewater men’s basketball team ran into a tough squad at North Dakota State College of Science, and fell to the Wildcats, 71-51 on Tuesday.

NDSCS (10-2) got up 47-21 at halftime and cruised to the win, holding the Warriors to 34% shooting, 17 of 50.

Ten players scored for the Wildcats, led by Kabine Kaba’s 13 points.

Jaylyn Clardy had 16 points, four rebounds and two steals to lead Ridgewater. Clardy, a 6-foot-3 sophomore from Pensacola, Florida, was named the Minnesota College Athletic Conference South Division player of the week.

Ridgewater’s next game is at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Minnesota North-Itasca in Grand Rapids.

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NDSCS 71, Ridgewater 51

Ridgewater (5-3)        26   25 — 51NDSCS (10-2)             47   24 — 71RIDGEWATER - Scoring: Tyson Dyer 4, Rodney Lubin 10, Deondre Wallace 5, Jaylyn Clardy 16, Deron Lacy 2, Terbuto Ochothow 8, Chris Neal 3, Shane Scharmach 3  … 3-point shots: Dyer 1-3, Lubin 2-2, Wallace 1-3, Clardy 2-6, Ochothow 2-3, Neal 1-2 … Rebound leaders: Lubin 4, Clardy 4, Ochtothow 4 … Assist leader: Scharmach 3 … Steal leaders: Clardy 2, Scharmach 2 ... Block leaders: Wallace 1, Tanner Swanson 1

NDSCS - Scoring: Peyton Newbern 8, Kabine Kaba 13, Micah Swallow 10, Devin Newsome 10, Noah Christensen 5, Agwa Nywesh 6, Kaleb Larson 6, Mohamed Soumahoro 1, Detavius Frierson 5, Alex Tong 7 … 3-point shots: Kaba 1-4, Nesome 2-3, Nywesh 1-4, Larson 2-6 … Rebound leaders: Kaba 9, Nywesh 6 … Assist leaders: Nywesh 3, Freirson 3 … Steal leaders: Kaba 2, Tong 2 ... Block leaders: Newbern 1, Christesen 1, Nywesh 1, Tong 1

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