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Page 8 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 2017 ~b Photos: Larry Bid Top Right: Not a matter of who but which... For the first in St. Thomas B Squad Toumament history, two teams from the same.school met in the cham- pionship game. The Park River/Fordville-Lankin B Squad downed the PRFL C Squad in the Championship. The ladies brought home two trophies that day end made for an entertaining toumament. Left: Park River-Fordville/Lenldn Aggies B squad center Gigi Brouillard, drives past Sydney Beneda of the C squad for two points. The Aggie B squad downed the C squad in the Championship game of the St Thomas B-Squad Toumament. Bottom Right: Aggies C squad guard Julia Sveen drives past Kaitlynn Scherr of the B squad for two points. By Kevin Skavhaug of The Press ST. THOMAS, N.D. -- It wasn't a matter of"who" was go- ing to win the St. Thomas B squad girls basketball tournament last Saturday night, it was a matter of "which" was going to win it. In a unique twist, the Park River/Fordville-Lankin Aggie B team was playing the Park Riv- er/Fordville-Lankin C team in the toumament championship. In the end, the B's took home the ti- tle. The B's out ran the C's to the tuneofa 51-18 in front of a most- ly hometown Aggie crowd in the St. Thomas gym. The B's had leads of 22-3; 33-8; and 42-12 at the quarter breaks. The B's were led by Bailey Schroder's 19 points. She was followed by Gillian Brouillard's 12 and Kaitlynn Scherr's 7. The Aggie C team was led by Josie Brodina and Kylie Jacobsen who each had 4. The Aggie B team was com- posed of upper classmen (sopho- more's and two freshmen), while Photo: Jenna Zavalney the C team was made up entire- ly of freshmen girls. To get to their championship, the Aggie B team defeated Grand Forks Central's C team 65-14. Kaitlynn Scherr had 16 for the Aggies. Eliana Swartz had 12. Gretchen Brummond and Han- nah Gordon each had 10. In the semifinal game the Aggies defeated Grafton to avenge last year's championship los ,,,The Aggies won this time with a 53-31 advantage, In this ' game, the Aggies would burst out to a 34 to 5 halftime lead. Scherr would lead the AgNes with 11. Brouillard, Swartz, Brummond and Amy Seim each had 8 to pace PRFL. Grafton was led in scoring by Kaleigh DeGeldere with 11. The Aggie C team picked up a first round win over North Border's B squad and then de- feated Midway/Minto's B squad in the semifinals to reach the championship game. In the end, both teams proved that the Park River/F-L girls program is solid from top to bottom and con- gratulations to both teams for a great tournament. By Kevin Skavhaug of The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- After falling be- hind by as much as ten points early, the Ag- gie boy's basketball team battled back but couldn't get over the hump here Thursday night and dropped an important region game 66-59 to the HN Thunder. Hatton-Northwood would get the ad- vantage early, going up 5-0 and extending that lead to eight before the Aggies started to creep back in this one. A three by Lan- don Wood started a seven point quarter for the senior and the Aggies stayed close at 17- 10 after one. In the second quarter the Aggie inside game got rolling with three baskets each by Jordan Omlie and Adam Zavalney, but every time the Aggies would make a run the Thun- der would answer and led by eight at the half. The Aggies started hot in the second half and closed the lead to four on their first two possessions. But again the Thunder would come back with a short run of their own. The two teams repeated that scenario three times in the third and no gain was made by the Aggies who matched the Thunder with 21 third quarter points. Things would get ever closer in the fourth. A three pointer by Dylan Chally and a basket by Omlie would have the Aggies within two points with five minutes to play but that was as close as it would get as the Thunder went 7 of 9 from the free throw line late in the game to salt this one away. Jordan Omlie and Adam Zavalney led the Aggies on the night with 16 points each. Dy- lan Chally added 8. Ben Johnson had 21 for Hatton-Northwood. The Aggies record now stands at 2-9 on the season. Aggie boys defeat Griggs County The Park River/Fordville-Lankin Aggie .. .... ,: ..... Photos: Larry Bid Left: Park River/Fordville-Lenldn Aggies Nathan Zavalney puts up a unded led shot as he drives to the basket against Hatton-Northwood. The Aggies fell to the Thunder 66- 59 in Park River. Above: Aggies Jordon Omlie drives between two Thunder defenders on his way to the basket. Jordan scored 16 points in the Aggies 66-59 loss. boys basketball team picked up a big region twice inside to make it a 13-7 lead after score 13 of his game high 20 points in the Cougars Rylan Briss to just 4 points on the win on Saturday as they ran away from the one. The Cougars would inch closer by the second half. night. Griggs County Central Cougars 58-34. half but the Aggies maintained a 23-19 It was a complete game for the Aggies, Following Zavalney's 20 was Jehlicka The Aggies claimed their third region win lead atthe break, dominating the offensive and defensive with 13; Andy Moe and Jordan Omlie of the year with the win. The second half was all Aggies how- boards and hitting on 22 of 30 free throw each had 9. The Aggies started hot early with Jace ever, outscoring the Cougars 35-15. attempts, by far their best shooting effort The Aggies travel to Finley tomorrow Jehlicka hitting a pair of three pointers in Adam Zavalney did most of the second- of the season Defensively, the Aggies night for another important region the first quarter and Jordan Omlie scored half damage inside Zavalney would played well, especially in limiting the matchup.