Tuesday's metro high school girls basketball roundup

Recaps from Tuesday night's local girls hoops, including a matchup of previously unbeatens West Fargo and Red River

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Red River 64, West Fargo 41

GRAND FORKS — Grand Forks Red River handed West Fargo its first loss this season, cruising to an Eastern Dakota Conference win on Tuesday night.

Red River pulled away in the second half, outscoring the Packers 37-18 after halftime.

Miriley Simon had a double-double with 20 points and 13 boards, adding five assists and three blocks, to lead West Fargo (8-1, 7-1 EDC). Jessica Walsvik nearly had a double-double of her own, scoring eight points and grabbing 11 boards. Chloe Pfau had five points, seven rebounds and four assists.

Rylie McQuillan scored 23 points to lead the Roughriders (6-0, 6-0), while Jocelyn Schiller scored 15 points with six rebounds, eight assists and six steals.

Fargo Shanley 62, Wahpeton 41

FARGO — Shanley stifled Wahpeton to secure an EDC victory over the Huskies.


Shanley held Wahpeton to 16 of 59 (27%) from the floor. The Deacons shot 52% (24 of 46) from the field.

Emily Srejma recorded a double-double with 21 points and 14 rebounds, adding three assists and two blocks to pace Shanley (5-5, 5-4 EDC). Mesiku Hakim followed with 13 points and five boards. Hannah Hoedl poured in nine points and dished out three assists.

Scout Woods led Wahpeton (2-5, 2-5) with 15 points. McKena Koolmo added 12 points.

Fargo Davies 84, Fargo North 44

FARGO — Karley Franks led a balanced Davies attack with 19 points in the win over North on Tuesday night.

Franks, who hit five of the Eagles’ eight 3-pointers, also had four assists and three steals, and Ashton Safranski scored 18 points with six rebounds and six steals.

Davies’ Ava Wild scored 12 points, and Maci Wheeldon had eight points and five rebounds. Marissa Burian had seven points and five assists and Ashley Wacha also scored seven points.

Grace Thiel led North with 16 points and Arden Faulkner scored 12.

Davies improved to 6-1 in the EDC and overall, while North fell to 2-5 in the conference and 2-6 overall.


Moorhead 49, Brainerd 37

BRAINERD, Minn. — The Spuds halted Brainerd’s five-game winning streak in Minnesota Class 4A, Section 8 play.

Moorhead has won two in a row, improving to 3-7 overall. Brainerd fell to 7-2 overall.

Hawley 63, D-G-F 36

HAWLEY, Minn. — Kylie Crabree scored a game-high 21 points to lead Hawley to the win over Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton in Minnesota Section 8AA action.

Hawley’s Anna Steer scored 15 points and Kaylie Crabtree finished with 10 points.

Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton’s Aria Garrett scored 15 points and Peyton Backes added 9 points.

D-G-F fell to 1-9 overall, while Hawley upped its record to 9-2 overall.

Park Christian 74, Bagley 34

MOORHEAD — Andie Sandman led four players scoring in double figures with 20 points to boost Park Christian to a win over Bagley in Minnesota Class A action.

The Falcons’ Belle Suckert scored 16 points, and Ellie Rogness and Kaycee Endreson both scored 12.


Kira Thompson led Bagley with eight points.

Park Christian improved to 4-7 overall, while Bagley fell to 2-11 overall.

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