Sports briefs

Minot High blasts Dickinson

Minot High School seniors Jessie Kongelf and Angie Lothspeich each recorded hat tricks Tuesday as the Majettes throttled Dickinson 12-0 at All Seasons Arena.

Kongelf scored the game’s opening goal 2 minutes, 13 seconds into the contest and had her hat trick less than six minutes into the second period. She finished with a team-high four goals.

Lothspeich scored once in each period to register her first career hat trick, much to the delight of coach Weylin Wahlstrom.

“When a player comes through the program and they work so hard, to see them succeed for their senior year and finally see some of the fruits of their labor. … That’s huge as a coach to see they have something to show for all their hard work,” Wahlstrom said.

The Majettes (8-11 overall, 7-10 state) peppered Dickinson goalie Paige Fahlstrom with 62 shots.

MHS hosts Fargo North at 5:30 p.m. Friday at Maysa Arena.

– Daily News Staff

MHS suffers rare dual loss

BISMARCK – Top-ranked Bismarck Century handed the Minot boys swimming and diving team a rare defeat in a dual meet Tuesday, topping the Magicians 98-88 at the Mandan Aquatic Center.

According the the Magicians’ swimming and diving website, the team is now 309-18-1 in dual meets since 1971.

But the Patriots won eight of 12 events on Tuesday to take down Minot, which got wins in the 1-meter diving, 100-yard backstroke, 400 freestyle relay and 100 breaststroke.

For complete results, see page D2.

MHS competes in the Mandan Invite at 10:30 a.m. Saturday.

-Daily News Staff

Robinson earns Mon-Dak honor

Williston State College guard Jazzmine Robinson was named Mon-Dak women’s player of the week for her performance in the Tetons’ last three games.

Robinson – a 5-foot-6 sophomore from Las Vegas – recorded 53 points, 14 rebounds, 14 assists and 11 steals in three wins against North Dakota State College of Science, United Tribes Technical College and Bismarck State College.

For the season, Robinson is averaging 13 points per game and leads the team in assists with 93.

The Tetons (21-3) have won six straight and 17 of their last 18. WSC hosts Dakota College at Bottineau tomorrow at 6 p.m.

-Daily News Staff