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Area Boys Basketball: Pillager scores big against PR-B

Posted: December 5, 2012 - 12:58am

PILLAGER — The Pillager Huskies, led by EJ Ziegler’s 18 points and Devin Strack’s 15, breezed past Pine River-Backus 75-25 Tuesday.

Beau Howard led the 0-2 Tigers with nine points

Matt Neururer added 11 points for the Huskies.

Pine River-Backus 16 9 — 25

Pillager 31 44 — 75

PINE RIVER-BACKUS

Hank Raph 4, Beau Howard 9, Konrad Bueckers 1, Solomon Sasse 2, Cody Mager 1, Zach Struss 8. FT 5-8 (63 percent). Overall: 0-2. Next: hosts Laporte 7;30 p.m. Thursday.

PILLAGER

Matt Neururer 11, Devin Strack 15, Tristan Litke 8, Ryder Hunstad 3, Conner Uselman 7, Evan Van Vickle 6, EJ Ziegler 18, Zach Forsberg 1, Aaron Jacobson 2, Mason Quick 2, Adam Bandemer 2. FT 9-13 (69 percent). Overall: 1-0. Next: hosts Barnum 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Little Falls 80,

Fergus Falls 60

Little Falls — Troy Scott scored 22 and Collin Eckman added 19 in the Little Falls Flyers 80-60 non-conference victory over the Fergus Falls Otters Tuesday.

Sebastain Sowada added 14 points for the Flyers, who shot 61 percent from the field and saw nine different players score.

Fergus Falls 60

Little Falls 80

LITTLE FALLS

Troy Scott 22, Thomas Bell 4, Sebastian Sowada 14, Jake Loukinen 2, Jake Scott 9, Collin Eckman 19 Bryce Zawatzke 2, Travis Spillum 1, Spencer Lubbers 7. FG 25-41 (61 percent), FT 15-20 (75 percent). 3-point 15-27 (56 percent). Overall: 0-0. Next: hosts Princeton 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Pequot Lakes 69,

Bagley 52

BAGLEY — Jordan Redmond led all scorers with 28 points and the Pequot Lakes Patriots defeated the Bagley Flyers 69-52 in a non-conference game Tuesday.

Travis Jacobson added 14 and Tyler Tappe 10 for the 1-1 Patriots.

Bagley 30 22 — 52

Pequot Lakes 38 31 — 69

BAGLEY

Luke Thompson 9, Landon Peterson 1, Riley Knutson 16, Brady Laudon 6, Marcus Malterud 10, Jordan Loiland 9, Kameron Anderson 1. FT 12-24 (50 percent).

PEQUOT LAKES

Brett Peterson 3, John Craig 7, Wes Mumm 5, Jordan Redmond 28, Tyler Tappe 10, Nic Olmscheid 2, Travis Jacobson 14. FT 10-18 (56 percent). Overall: 1-1. Next: at Wadena-Deer Creek 7:15 p.m. Friday.

Pierz 58,

Foley 36

FOLEY — Cullin Carter, Jess Kasper and Matt Athman all reached double figures to help Pierz post a 58-36 season-opening victory over the Foley Falcons Tuesday.

Carter tallied 14 points followed by Kasper’s 11 and Athman’s 11. Josh Templin and Ben Boser each scored nine for Pierz.

Foley 21 15 — 36

Pierz 32 26 — 58

FOLEY

Nathan Boeckman 6, Jonathan Greener 5, Tyler Templin 10, Mitch Weisser 2, Coleman Strosahl 1, Kurt Winkelman 1, Jimmy Gray 6, Sam Udermann 5.

PIERZ

Josh Templin 9, Ben Boser 9, Jess Kasper 12, Noah Thomsen 2, Aaron Weber 1, Matt Athman 11 Cullin Carter 14. FG 20-51 (39 percent), FT 10-13 (77 percent). 3-point 8-18 (44 percent). Overall: 1-0. Next: hosts Paynesville 8 p.m. Friday.

Verndale 71,

Parkers Prairie 65

VERNDALE — Dallas Ehrmantraut drained five 3-pointers to finish with 27 points and 13 rebounds in the Verndale Pirates 71-65 non-conference win over the Parkers Prairie Panthers Tuesday.

Josh Gilb added 15 points and eight rebounds, while James Kveton finished with 11 points and Eric Blaha tallied 10.

Parkers Prairie 29 36 — 65

Verndale 36 35 — 71

PARKERS PRAIRIE

Nick Nori 6, Ryan McCullough 4, Alec Alberts 19, Dylan McCallson 1, Grant Yohnke 12, Eric Ronning 23. FG 28-62 (45 percent), FT 4-7 (57 percent). 3-point 5-17 (29 percent).

VERNDALE

Marcos Gomez 6, Colter Ehrmantraut 2, Dallas Ehrmantraut 27, Eric Blaha 10, Josh Gilb 15, James Kveton 11. FG 28-63 (44 percent), FT 5-10 (50 percent). 3-point 10-28 (35 percent). Overall: 1-1. Next: at Laporte 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Mora 66,

Aitkin 31,

MORA — Nathan Ehnstrom scored 14 points to lead the Aitkin Gobblers in a 66-31 season-opening loss to the Mora Mustangs Tuesday.

Mora 34 32 — 66

Aitkin 19 12 — 31

MORA

Cody Cottingham 9, Sam Johnson 17, Jon Burrow 3, Adam Burgess 4, Justin O’Bert 10, Kaleb Kamrowski 5, Blake Oslin 3, Greg Mork 2, Derek Barnick 2, Kayan Weaver 2.

AITKIN

Will Provost 4, Nathan Ehnstrom 14, Kyle Thompson 3, Sam Hanson 4, Ryan Anderson 2, Dean Lynn 2, Kinzer Hill 2. FG 10-35 (29 percent), FT 8-18 (44 percent). 3-point 3-13 (23 percent). Overall: 0-1. Next: vs. East Central at Sandstone 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Perham 90,

Staples-Motley 61

STAPLES — Jalen Busker scored 15 points for the Staples-Motley Cardinals in Tuesday’s 90-61 season-opening loss to the Perham Yellowjackets.

Colton Borders totaled 11 points and Kyle Jansson finished with 10.

Perham 54 36 — 90

Staples-Motley 24 37 — 61

PERHAM

Eli Beachy 13, Jamie Heitala 2, Hunter Salathe 14, Tyler Glines 11, Nick Bahls 5, Jacob Anderson 8, Matt Formanek 6, Jordan Hein 7, Josh Nordick 11, Andrew Johnson 12, Kyle Sonnenberg 1. FT 8-9 (89 percent).

STAPLES-MOTLEY

Kyle Jansson 10, Brian Huber 8, Zach Schmitz 5, Jalen Busker 15, Seth Auger 7, Colton Borders 11, Jordan Denning 3, Kyle Quast 2. FT 11-16 (69 percent). Overall: 1-0. Next: hosts Park Rapids 7:15 p.m. Thursday.

Maplewood 78,

Lake Region 37

HUTCHINSON — Daniel Newton totaled 22 points as Lake Region fell to Maplewood Academy 78-37 Tuesday.

Maplewood Academy 36 32 — 78

Lake Region 18 19 — 37

MAPLEWOD ACADEMY

Austin Rickard 3, Charles Kiamaiga 17, Edward Onyangore 4, Dillon Carson 15, Nicholas Morrison 6, Tanner Coey 7, Austin Carson 6, Chene Leech 8, Greg Ratter 2.

LAKE REGION

Abe Indieke 4, Daniel Newton 22, Caleb Anderson 2, Matt Weidell 2, Hayden Brooks 5. FG 12-58 (21 percent), FT 8-15 (53 percent). 3-point 5-20 (25 percent). Conference: 0-1. Overall: 0-2. Next: vs. Cloverdale 5:30 p.m. Friday.

Breckenridge 65,

Wadena-Deer Creek 45

BRECKENRIDGE — Andrew VanErp scored 15 points to lead Wadena-Deer Creek in Tuesday’s 65-45 non-conference loss to Breckenridge Tuesday.

Evan VanErp added 13 points for W-DC.

Breckenridge 38 27 — 65

Wadena-Deer Creek 17 28 — 45

BRECKENRIDGE

Nate Biaufuss 7, Parker Busse 8, Ian Jahnig 4, Richard Grohman 7, Blaze Smith 9, Devin Larson 17, Jordan Christensen 10, Alex Myhra 2.

WADENA-DEER CREEK

Andrew VanErp 15, Blake Conell 9, Jared Reinitz 2, Evan VanErp 13, Dylan Dumproppe 6, Overall: 1-1. Next: hosts Pequot Lakes 7:15 p.m. Friday.