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SIDNEY HERALD Sports SUNDAY, no 24, 2019 Fusion girls earn tournament victory over Dodson squad After falling to Scobey The Fusion took con- Top scorers for the in the first round, R&L’s trol early by taking a 21-2 Fusion were Haley Olson Fusion girls downed lead in the first quarter. with 21, Jaylyn Klempel Dodson, 50-33, in loser- R&L led by a 30-12 mar- with 15 and Courtney out action on Thursday. gin at the half. Herman with 10 points. Adding two points each were Lauren Krenning and Ella Robbins. Robbins grabbed 12 re- bounds in the victory. 01- son had eight rebounds R&L’s Courtney Herman takes a shot during Thursday’s victory in Glasgow. Foirview plons odult bosketbo The Fairview Community Founda- tion has decided to hold an adults only basketball tournament during Easter weekend, April 20-21, at Fairview High I School. Games will consist of two 20-minute halves. Each player gets five fouls. It’s not a co-ed tournament, but teams can DONA OSKSA l SUBMITIED and three steals. Dodson’s top scorers were Kailee Henry with 11 and Ella Messerly with 10 points. R&L fell to Scobey by a 53-23 margin on Wednes- day afternoon. Scobey gained a 21-8 lead in the first quarter. The Spartans led 27-12 at the half. Scobey then scored 20 points in the third quar- ter for a 47-20 advantage. Haley Olson led the Fu- sion with 15 points. Also . scoring were Jaylyn Kl- empel with four, Laurel Sponheim with two and Ella Robbins with two. ' Reaching double figures for the Spartans were Kortney Nelson with 18, ShaAnn Daniel- son with 14 and Gracee Lekvold with 10 points. tournament by April 14 to: Fairview Community Foundation, PO. Box 353, Fairview, MT 59221. There will be a three-point shootout on Sunday. A calcutta for the three- point contest will take place at the Double Barrel after the last game on Saturday. have women on their squads. r Entry fee is $300. Registrati 11, team roster and payment must be t rned in For more information, call Brian Renville, 701-770-4025. » , Wrestlers place at Butte, Poplar meets enjoyed a good showing at the Cyclops individual tournament in Butte. Earning first we're Amaiya Kirn at 102 schoolgirl and Kaden Wise at 94 cadet. Placing second were Amariah Kirn at 62‘ ‘ bantam, Ryker Wise at 86 . novice and Aiyana Kirn at 108-117 novice. Taking third were Kaleb Kutzler at 160 novice, Reese Graves at 77 schoolboy, Caleb Kleinke at 250 schoolboy and OWen Lonski at 106 cadet. Earning fourth were Amaiya Kirn at 102 schoolboy, Zander Dean at .106 schoolboy and Na- than Romo at 160 cadet. Taking fifth were Brenner Mullin at 70 novice, Brandon Ped- erson at 90 schoolboy and Deion Taylor at 136 schoolboy. Placing sixth were Tyson Syth at 63 novice, Clayton VanGorder at 78 novice and Aiyana Kirn at 117 novice. Sidney’s wrestlers also midget, Shay Severson at 79-83 midget, Kirby lzler at 80-86 midget, Ian Orozco at 92-101 midget, Carson Propp at 58-63 novice, Grady Bloesser at 70-77 novice, Brody Keysor at 80-85 novice and Parker Wunder at The Sidney Wrestling tot, Ayden Schofill at 83-86 novice. Club won the dual tour- 39-41 tot, Gannon Hill at Placing fourth were nament held in Butte 46-49 tot, Ryker Heckler Bentley Jones at 46-49 last weekend. at 50-52 tot, Flint Solem ‘ tot, Konnar Ulrich at 85- The Eagle Force at 44-47 bantam, Eli Abar 89 bantam, Percy Iversen defeated Broadwater- at 45-51 bantam, Eva at 47-50 midget, Tripp Townsend, 87-30, Fair- Peterson at 58-62 ban- Heggem at 58-62 midget field/Simms, 88-20, tam, Noah Abar at 56-58 and Denny Carlsen at Shelby/Valier, 77-39, midget, Kade Kutzler 62-63 midget. Darkhorse, 50-48 and at 59-64 midget, Kade Taking fifth were Delta Force, 6636. Mullin at 67-70 midget, Ryker Vonderheide at Sidney’s wrestlers also Allen VanGorder at 72-77 50-52 tot, Landon Frank at 51-52 bantam, Hatch Wills at '57-60 bantam, Kayson Clifton at 66-72 midget, Aiden Rudie at 74-81 midget, TayLeigh Olmstead at 92-101 midg— et, Brandon Vonderheide at 78-82 novice, DONA OSKSA SUBMITTED MonDak’s Samantha Ledahl and Savage’s Kiana Miller race for a loose ball during Wednesday’s first-round game of the Eastern C divisional tournament. savage’s girls open with victory Savage opened divisional tourna- ment action with a 59-43 victory over MonDak in Glasgow on Thursday night. The game was deadlocked 9-9 late in the first quarter when the Warriors went ahead to stay with seven straight points on five points by Soda Rice . along with a steal and drive by Haylie Conradsen. After MonDak’s Samantha Ledahl opened the second quarter with a three-pointer, Savage struck for the next nine points on a three-pointer by Rice, a basket by Conradsen and four points by Kiana Miller for a 25-12 advantage. Ahead by a 25-14 margin, the War- riors ran off the next nine points on three points by Rice, a drive by Con- radsen, a layup by Tyler Lien and a fast-break hoop by Miller for a 34-14 lead. The Thunder on the scoring of Brynn Folvag and Jenna Rust fought back to 34-22 at the end of the half. Savage was able to gain a 44-27 lead on two free throws by Conradsen and a drive by Lien in the third quarter, but five points by Rust ended the quarter at 44-32. The Thunder got as close as eight points in the fourth quarter, but the free-throw shooting of Conradsen, Rice and Miller helped Savage to move ahead 55-39 en route to the win. Conradsen led the Warriors with 27 points. Rice finished with 18 points. Also scoring were Miller with eight and Lein with six. Rust and Ledahl scored 18 points each for the Thunder. Sidney’s girls drop close opening game ' a 23-20 advantage. Mad- die Peters led the attack with six of the points PAM MCGlOTHlIN SUBMITTED After putting up a . Devils then struck for great fight, Sidney’s girls nine straight points for a basketball team came up 39-32 advantage. ' short against Glendive, Two free throws by 43-36, in the opening Peters cut the gap to round of the divisional 39-34 with about two basketball tournament minutes remaining, but in Billings on Wednes- ,the Eagles couldn’t get day morning. any closer. The Eagles accounted Peters led the Eagles for the first 10 points of with 17 points. Also scor- the third quarter to grab ing were Cassidy Larson with seven, Anderson with three, Karissa Mar- tinez with three, Morrill during the outburst. with two, Ali Merritt After Glendive gained Sidney; Olivia Schoepp with two and Schoepp a 26-25 lead, the Eagles homes for the bun. with two. came right back with a Jillian Litwiller scored three-pointer by Jenna Glendive’s Kasidi 16 points for the Red Anderson and a drive by Walker taped the first Devils. Zoe Morrill for a 30-26 two points of the fourth Glendive led 11—8 at the lead. Sidney led 30-28 quarter, but a basket end of the first quarter at the end of the first by Olivia Schoepp put and by a 20-13 half-time quarter- Sidney up 32-30. The Red , margin- competed at the Poplar folkstyle tournament in Poplar on Saturday. 2 9 O O + Taking first were Slade Anderson at 36—37 tot. 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