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WATCH: Bison beat St. Thomas, Moorhead outlasts Red River in WDAY's 10 PM sportscast for Jan. 25

North Dakota State shot 56 percent from the field in a 21-point blowout of the Tommies.

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North Dakota State's Rocky Kreuser goes up for two past St. Thomas' Brooks Allen during their basketball game Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022, in Fargo.
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FARGO — It took North Dakota State men's basketball a while to get its offense going, but when it did it was hard to stop.

The Bison shot 56 percent from the field on Tuesday night, en route to a 77-56 win over St. Thomas. NDSU scored just six points in the first 10 minutes of the game before running off 27 points the rest of the half. Rocky Kreuser led the way with 17 points, while Tyree Eady and Maleeck Harden-Hayes each contributed 12 points.

Devils Lake native Grant Nelson returned from a knee injury to put up eight points in eight minutes.

Moorhead boys basketball saw a huge night from sophomore Dylan Zimmerman lift it to a win over Red River. Zimmerman poured in 28 points for the Spuds to help get a 78-71 win. Mekhi Elmore scored 13 points, while Adam and John Jenkins each put up 12 points.

Roughrider forward Zac Kraft scored 27 points, while Paine Parks tallied 15.

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See those highlights and more in WDAY's 10 PM sportscast.

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Zach Staton joined WDAY as a sports reporter in 2018. He grew up in Salem, Virginia loving any sport he could play or watch. Staton graduated from Bridgewater College with a degree in Communication Studies before getting his Master's in Broadcast and Digital Journalism with a Sports Communication Emphasis from Syracuse University.
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