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Men's Basketball: Ridgewater falls to Hibbing

HIBBING -- Another poor shooting performance from the field hurt Ridgewater's chances of a win Saturday as the Warriors fell 74-58 to Hibbing. Ridgewater, which fell to 3-3, connected on only 25 percent (17-for-67) of its shots. "We've got to sho...

HIBBING -- Another poor shooting performance from the field hurt Ridgewater's chances of a win Saturday as the Warriors fell 74-58 to Hibbing.

Ridgewater, which fell to 3-3, connected on only 25 percent (17-for-67) of its shots.

"We've got to shoot the ball better," said Ridgewater coach Bob Knutson. "We're missing the easy shots. We shot free throws better than Friday, but we have to find the rhythm of the game quicker. It (seems) to take until the second half to get going."

The Warriors were an impressive 22-for-28 from the free throw line.

Terrance Lockett led the Warriors offensively and defensively with his 16 points and 5 steals. Only Zak Pendleton, behind a pair of three-pointers, with 13 points scored in double figures besides Lockett.

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Brady Herrig added a team-high 8 rebounds for Ridgewater, which plays in Wahpeton, N.D., on Wednesday to face off against North Dakota State College of Science.

Hibbing 74, Ridgewater 58

Ridgewater (3-3) 25 33 -- 58

Hibbing 37 37 -- 74

RIDGEWATER - 17-67 FG (2-12 3-pt); 22-28 FT; 55 rebounds; 26 fouls ... Scoring: Darius Campbell 2, Melvin Kromah 4, Neil Helgeson 4, Terrance Lockett 16, Brady Herrig 2, Jordan Schwarz 4, Zak Pendleton 13, Zach Henning 2, Cameron Halvorson 4, Beau Herrig 7 ... 3-point shots: Pendleton 2 ... Rebound leaders: Brady Herrig 8, Beau Herrig 5, Helgeson 4, Lockett 4, Jones Green 4 ... Assist leaders: none ... Steal leaders: Lockett 5

HIBBING - 26-79 FG (3-16 3-pt); 19-29 FT; 58 rebounds; 19 fouls ... Scoring: Dontee Joseph 11, Marcellis Beard 2, Marcus Nolen Jr. 13, Jordan Mills 14, Manani Beavera 19, Troy Klingsporn 15 ... 3-point shots: Nolen Jr. 1, Beavera 1, Klingsporn 1 ... Rebound leaders: Joseph 7, Mills 7, Beavera 6, Beard 5 ... Assist leaders: Nolen Jr. 2 ... Steal leaders: Mills 3, Beavera 2

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