Sports briefs

Bishop Ryan thumps Glenburn

BERTHOLD – The Bishop Ryan girls basketball team improved to 10-0 with an 80-38 win at Berthold on Friday.

Hannah Stewart led the charge with 27 points and 16 rebounds. Also in double figures were Maddie Wald (22 points), Anika Rovig (12) and Quin Harmon (11).

“I thought we did some things really well,” Ryan coach Julie Stewart said. “We did rebound well and we’ve been rebounding the ball really well all year. I was happy with that.”

Gabbie Bohl left the game with a sore hip. Julie Stewart said she will be re-evaluated today but will not be out long term. The Lions host Bottineau at 5 p.m. today.

– Daily News Staff

Jamestown scores late, beats Majettes

JAMESTOWN – Tied at two midway through the third period, Jamestown scored twice in a span of one minute, 30 seconds to thwart the Minot High School girls hockey team’s comeback in a 4-2 victory Friday.

The Majettes (7-9 overall, 6-8 state standings) trailed 2-0 at the end of the second period, but erased the deficit with goals by Sydney Boyce at 1:22 and Angie Lothspeich at 8:00 of the third period.

But Jamestown’s Torri Kamlitz’s goal at 11:15 of the third period proved to be the decisive tally. Amber Schaack scored her second goal of the game less than two minutes later on the power play to recapture the Blue Jays’ two-goal advantage.

Minot goaltender Sydney Swanson finished with 30 saves while her counterpart, Carissa Finck, earned the victory by making 20 stops.

The Majettes travel to Fargo South today at 2 p.m.

-Daily News Staff

Austin crushes Minotauros

It was a long night for the Minot Minotauros, who suffered their largest defeat and fourth shutout of the season in a 5-0 loss to Austin (Minn.) on Friday at Maysa Arena.

Easton Viitala opened the scoring for the Bruins at 13:23 of the first period and Riley Colvard converted on the power play to give Austin a two-goal lead at the end of the opening frame.

John Simonson tallied the next two goals and Cody Dixon scored the Bruins’ second power-play goal of the game to round out the scoring. Austin finished 2-for-4 with the man advantage, while the Tauros came up empty on their four opportunities.

Minot’s Tyler Parks finished with 34 saves.

The Tauros and Bruins play against tonight at 8:05 p.m. at Maysa Arena.

-Daily News Staff

Beavers still No. 3 in lastest poll

The Minot State University men’s club hockey team remained No. 3 in the latest ACHA men’s Division I poll despite a number of upsets over the weekend.

The Beavers (19-4) snuck by in-state rival Williston State College in overtime last Wednesday before sweeping a two-game series at North Dakota State on Friday and Saturday. MSU received 11 first-place votes.

Adrian College (Mich.) vaulted to the top spot, garnering 17 first-place votes after being ranked fourth last week. The Bulldogs swept a home-and-home series with the University of Michigan-Dearborn last weekend.

Arizona State dropped a spot to No. 2 and Robert Morris (Ill.) fell two spots to No. 4. Ohio University rounded out the top five.

-Daily News Staff