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Thursday's metro high school basketball roundup

Recaps from Thursday night's metro hoops, including Perham's overtime win over D-G-F

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BOYS

Perham 58, D-G-F 54

PERHAM, Minn. — Perham downed Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton in overtime in Minnesota Section 8AA action to halt the Rebels’ win streak.

Owen Leach scored a game-high 21 points with five rebounds to lead D-G-F. Logan Bitker poured in 15 points and seven rebounds. Kaden Altobelli and Kason Steichen added eight and seven points, respectively.

Micah Thompson and Soren Anderson each scored 20 points to lead Perham. Anderson tacked on 12 boards to complete the double-double.

D-G-F (5-3) had its three-game win streak snapped. Perham improved to 7-2 overall.

Park Christian 75, Bagley 50

MOORHEAD — Moorhead Park Christian cruised to victory over Bagley in Minnesota Class A play.

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The Falcons improved to 3-8 overall, while Bagley fell to 0-12 overall.

GIRLS

WF Sheyenne 84, Fargo South 49

FARGO — West Fargo Sheyenne rolled to an Eastern Dakota Conference victory over Fargo South.

Maya Metcalf paced the Mustangs with 19 points. Brenna Dick poured in 12 points.

Adie Wagner dropped a game-high 26 points to pace South and Brynn Nelson followed with 12 points.

Sheyenne rose to 6-3 overall and 5-3 in the EDC. South dropped to 4-6 overall and 3-6 in the conference.

Oak Grove 49, Park Christian 36

FARGO — Fargo Oak Grove topped Moorhead Park Christian in nonconference play.

The Grovers improved to 3-9 overall, while Park Christian dropped to 4-8 overall.

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