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By Michael Barrett
RLNN 

Section 8A East and West Results from Tuesday, February 23, 2016

 

RLNN File Photo: Last year, Red Lake Warriors go back to state with 81-75 win over Win-E-Mac at Section 8A Champions.

FROM KKCQ RADIO

Section 8A West Play-In – #6 Ada-Borup over #11 Climax-Fisher 82-48

Both teams started the game well with Ada-Borup attacking the Climax Fisher zone defense with an inside-outside attack, while Climax Fisher was able to fast break off of missed shots for layups the other way leading to a close game midway through the first half. Thats when the Cougars got back in transition defense and kept attacking the Knight's zone on offense to spark a 15-0 run and an eventual 24 point first half lead that they never looked back from. With the win Ada-Borup advances to play Stephan-Argyle in the Quarterfinal round of section 8A West at NCTC on Thirsday night. Climax Fisher ends their season 1-24 and graduates five seniors.

Ada-Borup Cougars (14-11):

38 rebounds, 16 turnovers, 9/18 free throws

Lucas Lindell - 19 points

Tanner Somers - 12 points, 8 rebounds

Connor Thompson - 4 points, 4 rebounds

Casey Willison - 6 points, 5 rebounds

*All 15 Cougars on the roster played in the game.

Climax-Fisher Knights (1-24):

29 rebounds, 25 turnovers, 7/25 free throws

Pelon Pruneda - 15 points

Beau Byklum - 11 points, 9 rebounds

Paul Gapp - 9 points, 2 rebounds

Section 8A East Play-In – #8 Clearbrook/Gonvick over #9 Lake of the Woods 89-59

For Clearbrook Gonvick -

Nathaniel Dahl 19 points

Eric Bonrud 16 points

Hunter Churness 10 points 14 rebounds

Sam Lavin 21 points

Section 8A West Play-In – #7 Sacred Heart over #10 Norman County West 71-52

Sacred Heart came out firing -- literally -- knocking down nine of eleven three point attempts in the first half alone and taking a commanding lead into halftime 41-16. The hot shooting tapered down in the second half with help from the Norman County West defense forcing the Eagles into tougher situation offensively and becoming more aggressive on the boards and capitalizing on turnovers. Trailing by 33 early in the second half, the Panthers were able to cut the deficit to fifteen with just over four minutes to play. Too little too late for the Panthers as along with the rise of offense, constant stops on each possession would would needed defensively, which wasn't the case. Sacred Heart was able to get to the basket by attacking and getting the Panther defense off balance, resulting in not only better shots, but opportunities at the free throw line.

Sacred Heart shot 8-22 from the line, had 32 rebounds, 12 steals and 12 turnovers

As a team, Sacred Heart hit 11 three pointers in the game

Brenden Bethke 24 points (five threes), two rebounds, two steals

Devin Evavold 18 points, seven rebounds, six steals

Nolan Hallaway 8 points, seven rebounds

Jack Gerber eight points, six rebounds

Eagles improve to 15-9 on the year, they'll face the #2 seed Northern Freeze at 6pm on Thursday at NCTC - TRF

RLNN File Photo: Red Lake Warriors go back to state with 81-75 win over Win-E-Mac - The Fans

Norman County West was 5-10 from the line, had 26 rebounds, seven steals and 22 turnovers

Miguel Garcia 13 points (10 first half), four rebounds

Steele Armstrong nine points all in second half, seven rebounds and two steals

Nick Kerr three points, six rebounds

Panthers end their season with a 2-24 record, graduating three: Ryan Borgen, Gavin Hoff & Isaac Nelson

Section 8A West Play-In – #9 Goodridge/Grygla over #8 Warren/Alvarado/Oslo 62-39

Updated brackets: http://net.minnesotasportsonline.com/brackets/bracket.php?bid=16020&yid=1516

 

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