GRAND RAPIDS — Following are results of sporting events involving area sports teams:

Boys Basketball

Deer River 92

Mesabi East 80

AURORA — Despite missing leading scorer Mikhail Wakonabo who was out due to illness, the Deer River High School boys basketball team still rolled past Mesabi East Tuesday by a 92-80 score.

Wakonabo is averaging 21 points per game but a number of Warriors stepped up to fill the void. The Warriors drained 12 3-pointers in the win.

Deer River coach David Olson said it was a nice win for the Warriors.

“We were down by 15 in the first half but rallied just before halftime,” Olson said. “Then we kept the momentum in the second half with a defensive surge that kept them scoreless for about six minutes to start the half.”

Sam Rahier nailed three 3-pointers and led Deer River with 23 points. Ty Morrision drained three 3-pointers and scored 19, Blake Fox had three 3-pointers and scored 15, and they were followed by Quinten White, 10, and Mason Olson and Dave McClellan, both with eight.

Hunter Hannuksela connected on five 3-pointers and led Mesabi East with 33 points. Tyler Ruter scored 14 and Cody Fallstrom added 12.

DR 40 52— 92

ME 49 31— 80

Deer River: Brandon Stejskal 3, Sam Rahier 23, Blake Fox 15, Ethan Williams 4, Quinten White 10, Logan David 4, Mason Olson 8, Dave McClellan 8, Ty Morrison 19.

Mesabi East: Brandon Leffel 5, Hunter Hannuksela 33, Koby Frey 9, Ethan Fallstrom 4, Daid Ketor 3, Cody Fallstrom 12, Tyler Ruter 14.

Total Fouls: DR 16; ME 18; Fouled Out: David; Free Throws: DR 12-of-22; ME 11-of-15; 3-pointers: DR, Stejskal, Rahier 3, Fox 3, McClellan 2, Morrison 3; ME, Leffel, Hannuksela 5, Frey, Ketor.

Boys Hockey

Greenway 4

Bemidji 3

COLERAINE — The Greenway High School boys hockey team continued to inch its way to .500 for the season with a 4-3 victory over Bemidji Tuesday in Coleraine.

Bodie Jorgenson scored late in the goal for the game winner.

The Raiders led 2-0 after one period on goals from Micah Gernander and Mitchell Vekich.

Dylan Perrault of Bemidji scored the lone goal of the second period as Greenway took a 2-1 advantage into the third period.

Reid Colley and Gage Mostad tallied for Bemidji as the Lumberjacks took a 3-2 lead with 3:39 remaining. But Greenway received goals from Christian Miller and Jorgenson to pull out the win.

Logan Wright stopped 28 shots in the nets for Greenway while Tanner Rebischke kicked out 28 shots for Bemidji.

Greenway is 11-12-1 for the season and it will complete its regular season with a road game against Virginia on Thursday at 7 p.m.

Bemidji 0 1 2— 3

Greenway 2 0 2— 4

First Period — 1. G, Micah Gernander (Ben Troumbly, Jace Nyberg), 10:04; 2. G, Mitchell Vekich (Troumbly, Gernander), 11:27.

Second Period — 3. B, Dylan Perreault (Connor Savard, Tate Hammitt), 16:45 (sh).

Third Period — 4. B, Reid Colley (Grant Declusin, Wyatt Halvorson), 4:14; 5. B, Gage Mostad (Ethan Maish, Hammitt), 13:21; 6. G, Christian Miller (Ty Donahue, Cade Predovich), 15:19; 7. G, Bodie Jorgenson.

Goalie Saves — Tanner Rebischke, B, 11-9-8—28; Logan Wright, G, 6-12-10—28.

Penalties — B, 3-for-6 minutes; G, 4-for-8 minutes.

Men’s Basketball

Central Lakes 88

Itasca 72

BRAINERD — The Itasca Community College men’s basketball team lost to Central Lakes 88-72 in action Wednesday at Brainerd.

Central Lakes led 45-37 at the half and outscored the Vikings by eight in the second half to come away with the victory.

Tyree’on Johnson scored 23 points to lead Central Lakes in scoring. Josh Arnold and Lionel Warner each scored 18, and Brandon Burggraff had three 3-pointers and nine points.

A.J. Pinkney was 5-for-5 from 3-point land and finished with 29 points to lead ICC in scoring. Tri’Mel Charlton and Zion Brown both scored 11 points while Nick Grant had six and Eric Chenault added five.

ICC is 12-12 for the season and is 6-7 in Northern Conference play, in sixth place.

ICC 37 35— 72

CL 45 43— 88

Itasca: Daniele Ricard 3, A.J. Pinkney 29, Zion Brown 11, Terrell Burney 4, Nick Grant 6, Tri’Mel Charlton 11, Eric Chenault 5, Samir Brown 3.

Central Lakes: Josh Arnold 18, Gavin Smith 2, Brandon Burggraff 9, Tyree’on Johnson 23, Shamar Hill 2, Zion Sandford 2, Javere Salter 2, Kameron Givens 2, Nigel Billingsley 2, Beau Bailey 8, Lionel Warner 18.

Total Fouls: ICC 19; CL 12; Fouled Out: None; Free Throws: ICC 13-of-16; CL 15-of-23; 3-pointers: ICC, Pinkney 5, Z. Brown, Charlton, Chenault, S. Brown; CL, Arnold 2, Burggraff 3.

Women’s Basketball

Central Lakes 96

Itasca 39

BRAINERD — The Itasca Community College women’s basketball team lost to Central Lakes 96-39 in action Wednesday in Brainerd.

Central Lakes led 22-5 after one quarter, 53-12 at the half and 75-27 after three quarters.

Lillee Hardee drained six 3-pointers and scored the Vikings with 44 points for Central Lakeds. Maggi Fellerman scored 17, Paige Wallevand, 15, and Kali Mammenga added 10.

Haley Murray led Itasca with 14 points. Jordin McCartney scored 13 and Tayleona Frazier added five.

The Vikings are 1-19 overall and 0-11 in conference play.

ICC 12 27— 39

CL 53 43— 96

Itasca: Haley Murray 14, Jordin McCartney 13, Maddi Taylor 3, Tayleona Frazier 5, Caroline Cheney 4.

Central Lakes: Haley Youngbauer 3, Lilee Hardee 44, Paige Wallevand 15, Maggi Fellerman 17, Kali Mammenga 10, Megan Lanhart 5, Kate Olson 2.

Total Fouls: ICC 9; CK 8; Fouled Out: None; Free Throws: ICC 3-of-5; CL 10-of-15; 3-pointers: ICC, McCartney, Frazier; CL, Hardee 6, Fellerman, Mammenga 2, Lanhart.

Boys Hockey

Greenway 3


VIRGINIA — The Greenway High School boys hockey team ended the regular season by winning its ---- consecutive game by a 3-2 margin over Virginia-Mt. Iron-Buhl on Thursday in Virginia.

With the win, the Raiders will enter the Section 7A Boys Hockey Tournament with a 12-12-1 record.

The Blue

Greenway 0 0 3— 3

VMIB 1 0 1— 2

First Period — 1. VMIB, Braden Tiedeman (Brennan Peterson, Dillon Drake), 11:02.

Second Period — No scoring.

Third Period — 2. G, Mitchell Vekich (Ben Troumbly, Brock Trboyevich), 3:11 (pp); 3. G, Christian Miller (Troumbly), 8:29; 4. G, Micah Gernander (Miller), 12:00; 5. VMIB, Tom Nemanich (Peterson, Ryan Scherf), 14:12 (pp).

Goalie Saves — Logan Wright, G, 11-9-8—15; Tristan Pikula, VMIB, 6-12-10—41.

Penalties — G, 1-for-2 minutes; VMB, 4-for-8 minutes.

Girls Basketball

Greenway 49

Chisholm 46 OT

COLERAINE — The Greenway girls basketball team defeated the Chisholm Bluestreaks in overtime by a score of 49-46 Thursday in Greenway.

After going into halftime trailing by three, the Bluestreaks came back to outscore Greenway 20-17 in the second half to force overtime.

However in OT, the Raiders would come away with three more points than Chisholm to secure the win.

Leading the scoring for the Raiders was Bailey Jo Norris, who had 13, and Jaden Saville who finished with 12 points.

The Bluestreaks were led by Hannah Kne and Sophie Anderson who had 12 and 11 points, respectively.

CHS 26 17 6 — 46

GHS 23 20 3 — 49

Chisholm: Katie Pearson 7, Sophie Anderson 11, Hannah Kne 12, Jordan Temple 8, Tresa Baumgard 8.

Greenway: Kennedy Hanson 6, Bailey Jo Norris 13, Klara Finke 2, Taylor Hocking 2, Nicholle Ramirez 6, Morgan Walsh 4, Chloe Hanson 4, Jadin Saville 12.

Total Fouls: Chisholm 20, Greenway 16; Free Throws: Chisholm 9-12, Greenway 11-28; Fouled out: Pearson; 3-pointers: Anderson 2, Kne 2, Temple, Hanson 2, Norris 2.

Girls Basketball

Mountain Iron-Buhl 98,

Bigfork 21

BIGFORK — The Mountain Iron-Buhl girls’ basketball team cruised to a 98-21 win over Bigfork.

Jordan Zubich led the Rangers with 24 points. Sage Ganyo added 16. Thirteen Rangers scored in the win for MI-B with eight of them knocking down three pointers.

Natalie Haley paced the Huskies with 11 points.

MIB 69 29 — 98

BHS 4 17 — 21

Mountain Iron-Buhl: Laney Ryan 3, Hali Savela 8, Jordan Zubich 24, Brooke Niska 8, Miah Gelelrstedt 5, Sage Ganyo 16, Angel Moore 5, Mia Ganyo 8, Ava Butler 6, Suzy Aubrey 2, Zoe Bialczak 3, Desi Milton 6, Lauren Maki 4; Three pointers: Zubich 4, Niska 2, Gellerstedt 1, S. Ganyo 2, Moore 1, M. Ganyo 2, Bialczak 1, Milton 2; Free throws: 11-13; Total fouls: 16; Fouled out: none.

Bigfork: Kristen Grover 2, Natalie Haley 11, Matayah Simonson 4, Aurora Watson 2, Sam Lambrecht 2; Three pointers: None; Free throws: 9-16; Total fouls: 13; Fouled out: none.

Boys Basketball

Greenway 88

Deer River 59

DEER RIVER — The Greenway High School boys basketball team defeated Deer River 88-59 in play Thursday at Deer River.

Senior Dylan DeChampeau exploded for 42 points which included three 3-pointers to lead Greenway. Gordon Skaar drained four 3-pointers and scored 14 points while J.J. Hall scored 12 and Grant Hansen added eight.

Ty Morrison connected on four 3-pointers and topped the Warriors with 27 points. Blake Fox also nailed four 3-pointers and scored 16 points while Mikhail Wakonabo added five.

Greenway 40 48— 88

Deer River 28 31— 59

Greenway: Westin Smith 4, Grant Hansen 8, Gordon Skaar 14, Michael Butterfield 4, J.J. Hall 12, Dylan DeChampeau 42, Mathias MacKnight 4.

Deer River: Blake Fox 16, Ethan Williams 2, Mikhail Wakonabo 5, Mason Olson 2, B. Mundt 2, Dave McClellan 3, Ty Morrison 27, Dom McClellan 2.

Total Fouls: G 13; DR 14; Fouled Out: Quinten White; Free Throws: G 12-of-16; DR 15-of-23; 3-pointers: G, Skaar 4, DeChampeau 3; DR, Fox 4, Wakonabo, Dave McClellan, Morrison 4.


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