Prep basketball roundup for Friday, Jan. 27

Prep boys and girls basketball scores and stats.

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Fargo North 89, Fargo South 86 (OT)

FARGO — The Fargo North Spartans outscored the Fargo South Bruins 14-11 in overtime to claim the Eastern Dakota Conference win on Friday night.

North’s Carter Zeller and Jermiah Sem each had double-double performances. Zeller scored 25 points with 10 rebounds and two assists. Jeremiah Sem had 22 points and 11 rebounds. Matthew Sem had 21 points and eight rebounds. The Spartans shot 27 for 57 from the floor.

James Hamilton was unstoppable for South with 37 points and seven rebounds. Drew Shambaugh scored 15 points. Dean Grant had 12 points and three assists. The Bruins made 34 of 86 shots from the field.

North climbed to 11-2 in EDC points and 9-4 overall. South dropped to 5-9 in EDC points and 5-8 overall.


Fargo Shanley 78, GF Red River 67

GRAND FORKS — Fargo Shanley bested Grand Forks Red River in EDC play on Friday night.

Shanley cashed in on six 3-pointers in the contest. Connor Kraft had 30 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks in his double-double performance. Jordan Leininger had 17 points and six rebounds. Vucire Hakim had 13 points, six rebounds and two assists. Shanley shot 27 for 51 from the floor.

Zac Kraft scored 26 points for Red River with four assists and two steals. Pearce Parks had 19 points, four assists and three steals. Zach Oehlke finished with 11 points, 10 rebounds and two blocks for a double-double night. Grand Forks went 29 for 68 in shots.

Shanley improved to 8-5 in EDC points and overall. Red River dipped to 10-5 in EDC points and 8-5 overall.

Wahpeton 68, WF Horace 62

WAHPETON — The Wahpeton Huskies’ double-double nights from Jayden King and Ethan Manock carried the team to victory on Friday night.

The Huskies shot 15 for 18 from the free-throw line. King had 16 points, 14 rebounds and three steals. Manock had for 14 points and 12 rebounds. Cade Hockert scored 19 points with two steals. Wahpeton made 24 of 66 from the field.


Zay Williams scored 22 points for Horace with four rebounds. Carvin Fish had 17 points and 13 points for a double-double. Moose Diomande finished with seven points, three boards and a steal. West Fargo shot 19 for 49 from the floor.

Wahpeton climbed to 4-10 in EDC and 5-8 overall. Horace dropped to 2-13 in EDC points and 3-11 overall.

Fargo Davies 86, GF Central 63

FARGO — Fargo Davies got 20-plus scoring performances from Mason Klabo and Raymond Brown and the Eagles cruised to an EDC win over Central on Friday.

The Eagles were hot, hitting 14 of 29 (48 percent) from 3-point range and shooting 55 percent from the field overall.

Klabo scored 28 points and had seven assists and three steals. Brown scored 22 points. Cole Callies had eight points. Ten Eagles scored at least two points and they all had a rebound, assist or a steal.

Central’s Erick Payne scored 23 points and grabbed six rebounds. Ross Wilber had 13 points and five rebounds.

Central fell to 9-6 in EDC points and 9-5 overall. Davies upped its records to 14-1 in EDC points and 12-2 overall.


WF Sheyenne 84, West Fargo 74

WEST FARGO — An eight-point lead heading into the second half put the Sheyenne Mustangs in control in a win over the West Fargo Packers in an EDC showdown on Friday night.

The Mustangs knocked down 14 of 18 from the free-throw line. Sheyenne shot 33 for 62 from the floor. Casey Clemenson had for 22 points, five assists and two steals. Caleb Duerr had 14 points, nine assists and two steals. Noah Olson scored 11 with two rebounds.

Nick Parries finished with 21 points, five rebounds and three steals for the Packers. Max Shell dished out 13 points, and two assists. Max Pfau had 11 points, seven assists and three steals. West Fargo made 27 of 65 field goals.

Sheyenne jumped to 8-7 in EDC points and 6-8 overall. West Fargo fell to 6-9 in EDC points and 5-8 overall.


Wahpeton 79, WF Horace 69

HORACE — McKena Koolmo’s 36-point showing guided Wahpeton to a Friday night win over West Fargo Horace.

Wahpeton snagged 35 rebounds and eight steals in the game. Koolmo also had eight rebounds, five assists and three steals. Emma Bontjes, Scout Woods and Amayah Max all finished with nine points. Bontjes had 10 rebounds and Woods had two steals. Wahpeton was 27 for 64 from the floor.


Lakyn Donnelly made 23 points with three rebounds for Horace. Keelie Sundie had for 14 points, four rebounds and a steal. Jordan Christofferson finished with nine points. Horace shot 25 for 58 from the field.

Wahpeton is 7-7 in EDC points and 8-5 overall. Horace is 5-10 in EDC points and 5-9 overall.

Fargo Davies 81, GF Central 48

FARGO — The Fargo Davies Eagles steamrolled the Grand Forks Central Knights on Friday night.

The Eagles outscored the Knights 43-16 in the first half. The Eagles made 32 of 64 from the floor. Fallon Passanante ended with 29 points, five steals and three rebounds. Ashton Safranski had 14 points, 11 assists and nine rebounds for a double-double. Ashley Wacha finished with 12 points, six points and three steals.

Central’s Lauren Rearden led the charge with 21 points, nine rebounds and four assists. Jacie Reardon had 10 points, nine boards and two steals. Aspen Thompson had for eight points, three steals and two rebounds. Central shot 17 for 54 from the field.

Davies improved to 13-1 in EDC points and 12-1 overall. Central stumbled to 3-12 in EDC points and 2-11 overall.

Grand Forks Red River 51, Fargo Shanley 32


GRAND FORKS — The Grand Forks Red River Roughriders powered through the Shanley Deacons on Friday.

The Roughriders swiped 20 steals from Shanley in the game. Red River went 18 for 61 from the floor. Jocelyn Schiller had 19 points, nine steals and eight rebounds. Rylie McQuillan had 17 points, three steals and two assists. Cassidy O’Halloran, Brooklyn Bergeron and Morgan Hartze each had three points.

Mesiku Hakim finished with 11 points and eight rebounds for the Deacons. Seely Stockmoe had six points and an assist. Maggie Shorma collected five points and eight rebounds. Shanley made 10 of 34 shots.

Red River moved to 14-1 in EDC points and 13-1 overall. Shanley slipped to 7-6 in EDC points and overall.

Fargo North 54, Fargo South 30

FARGO — The Fargo North Spartans recorded seven 3-pointers and defeated the Fargo South Bruins on Friday night.

Grace Thiel and Grayce Anderson each scored nine points for North. Thiel also had six rebounds. Nora Fluge had eight points and three points. Arden Faulkner collected seven points and three rebounds. The Spartans shot 21 for 54 from the field.

South’s Teigan Malo had a double-double performance with 13 points and rebounds. Emma Osborn had eight points and five rebounds. Talyn Hoffert ended with four points and two rebounds. The Bruins shot 12 for 39 in field goals.


North upped their record to 6-7 in EDC points and 5-8 overall. South still remains winless at 0-14 in EDC points and 0-13 overall.

Oak Grove 46, Enderlin 40

FARGO — Oak Grove fended off Enderlin in the second half to claim the victory on Friday night.

Oak Grove’s Paightyn Downs scored 11 points. Mckenna McIllonne finished with eight points. Mari Bolme had eight points. Oak Grove made 13 of 20 free throws.

Aspyn Schlecht led Enderlin with 15 points, including four 3-pointers. Genevieve Gruba scored 14 points. Kaitlyn Maasjo finished with four points. Enderlin went 10 for 15 from the free-throw line.

Oak Grove rose to 2-4 in Region 1 and 9-6 overall. Enderlin fell to 1-5 in Region 1 and 6-9 overall.

Park Christian 73, Lake Park-Audubon 45

LAKE PARK — Park Christian powered past Lake Park-Audubon on Friday night in a Pine to Prairie showdown.

Park Christian is 9-2 in the Pine to Prairie Conference and 15-3 overall. Lake Park-Audubon is 5-4 in the Pine to Prairie Conference and 7-11 overall.

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