Sports briefs 01/26/14

Dailey, Sobande break MSU records

SPEARFISH, S.D. – Sienna Dailey and Adedamola Sobande broke Minot State University indoor track and field records Saturday at the Black Hills State University Dave Little Invite.

Dailey won the 400 meters in 58.20 seconds, breaking Lauri Gillis’ school record of 58.45 set in 1984. Dailey also finished second in the 200 with a personal-best time of 25.97 seconds.

Sobande finished second in the men’s weight throw and broke his own school record with a mark of 52 feet, 1.75 inches.

MSU sophomore Allison Windish picked up an event win in the women’s 5,000-meter run.

“It was another good day,” MSU coach Stu Melby said in a press release. “We had two wins but a lot tougher competition compared to last week.”

The Beavers compete in the Minnesota State-Mankato Open this weekend.

– Daily News Staff

Majettes win eighth straight

FARGO – The Minot High girls hockey team received goals from three different skaters and senior Sydney Swanson made 27 saves in a 3-1 victory against Fargo South-Davies on Saturday.

After a scoreless first period, MHS freshman forward Mackinzy MacIver lit the lamp at 1:43 of the second. FS-D’s Paige Bettenhausen tied the contest five minutes later before freshman forward Bryanna Bergeron put the Magicians (13-2 overall, 11-2 state) in front for good with 6:25 left in the second period.

MHS sophomore forward Kinsey Hanson added an insurance goal with 9:47 left in the third period. Hanson and MacIver each finished with a goal and two assists.

Emily Grothmann made 29 saves for the Bruins (7-10, 7-7).

The Majettes travel to Mandan on Thursday at 7 p.m.

– Daily News Staff

Ryan boys basketball team downs Braves

BOTTINEAU – The Bishop Ryan boys basketball team jumped out to an 11-point lead at the end of the first quarter and cruised to an 81-50 victory against Bottineau on Saturday.

Junior Jared Will led the Lions (9-4) with 17 points and seniors Jake Magnuson and Brody Bosch also finished in double figures with 15 and 14, respectively. Nine players scored for Ryan.

The Lions’ 81 points is tied for their second most this season. They scored 85 in a season-opening win against Sawyer in early December.

Garret Pollman finished with 11 points to lead the Braves (3-12) and Ethan Kerslake chipped in 10.

Both teams are in action on Tuesday as Ryan hosts Glenburn and Bottineau travels to Rugby.

– Daily News Staff

Fuchs nets hat trick, MHS tops Devils Lake in OT

DEVILS LAKE – Minot High senior Quinn Fuchs netted his third goal of the game at 7:23 of the overtime period to lift the Magicians to a 7-6 non-region win over Devils Lake on Saturday.

MHS (12-5-1) peppered Firebirds goaltender Holden Kurtz with 60 shots, but Kurtz recorded 53 saves.

Devils Lake (4-12-1) scored three of the final four goals in regulation to force overtime.

Junior Breydan Effertz finished with 32 saves for Minot, which travels to Grand Forks on Saturday. Fuchs added two assists for a five-point night.

– Daily News Staff

Top-ranked Bishop Ryan blows past Bottineau 70-26

BOTTINEAU – The Bishop Ryan girls basketball team didn’t top 90 points like it had the previous six games, but overwhelmed Bottineau nonetheless in a 70-26 victory Saturday.

Ryan junior forward Hannah Stewart finished with a game-high 24 points and nine rebounds while senior Laurin Leidholt and sophomore Sheyenne Schmidt each had 10.

Senior guard Anika Rovig led the Lions defensively with seven steals. The top-ranked Lions (12-0) held the Stars to five first-quarter points and led 31-10 at halftime. Bottineau (6-7) finished 11-for-37 from the field and attempted just two free throws.

Ryan junior forward Gabbie Bohl sat out for the second consecutive game to rest her knees.

Stephanie Brenden, Danielle McDonald and Megan Saville led Bottineau with five points each.

The Stars travel to Rugby on Tuesday and the Lions host Des Lacs-Burlington on Thursday.

– Daily News Staff

Bishop Ryan wrestlers place 4th at East-West tourney

NEW SALEM – The Bishop Ryan wrestling team had three grapplers finish runner-up in their respective weightclasses as the Lions placed fourth in the 24-team East-West Tournament on Saturday.

Ryan junior Wyatt Ledoux (113 pounds), freshman Aaron Sandy (120) and senior Mason Kramer (285) each reached the championship match, but they all settled for second. Carrington’s Mathew Neumiller pinned Ledoux in 3:48. Carrington’s Bryce Carr won an 11-2 major decision over Sandy and Oakes’ Michael Kelly edged Kramer by a 4-3 decision.

Eight other Lions placed in the top eight of their respective weightclasses.

Carrington finished first with a team score of 286.5. South Border (204), Lisbon (195) and Oakes (119) rounded out the top five.

Ryan wrestles in the Region 3 dual team

tournament on Saturday in Velva.

– Daily News Staff

Tauros win 4th straight, complete sweep of Aberdeen

ABERDEEN, S.D. – The Minot Minotauros scored four unanswered goals in a 4-1 victory against Aberdeen on Saturday to complete the weekend sweep.

Aberdeen’s Zach Doerring gave the Wings (22-16-2) a short-lived lead midway through the first period before Minot’s Jacob Howie tallied the equalizer at 15:17.

Scott Dornbrock and Jon Lizotte registered power-play goals and Jake McCann scored at even strength for Minot’s final three goals. The Tauros (18-20-3) have won four straight.

Brandon Wildung finished with 28 saves to earn the victory.

The Tauros host Brookings on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

– Daily News Staff