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MINOT, ND – Play in games for the Region 7 Boys Basketball Tournament were held last night. The quarterfinals are schedule for Monday.
High School Boys Basketball
Class B
Region 7 Tournament Play In
#5 Glen Ullin-Hebron def. #12 Richardton-Taylor, 78-39
#6 Beach def. New England, 72-49
#10 Heart River def. #7 Grant County/Mott-Regent, 56-49
#8 Killdeer def. #9 Hettinger-Scranton, 68-59
SIOUX FALLS, SD (NSIC) – The University of Minnesota Duluth women’s basketball team clinched their third straight NSIC tournament championship Tuesday night, beating Minnesota State 80-74. The Bulldogs are the first women’s team to have three consecutive tournament championships. Brooke Olson would notch yet another historical award in her career as she was named tournament MVP for the third year in a row. Not only was she the first Bulldog to accomplish this feat, but the first women’s player in the NSIC to do so. Also joining Olson on the All-Tournament team are Maesyn Thiesen and Ella Gilbertson. With the tournament win, the Bulldogs solidified their NCAA tournament bid. The Bulldogs currently sit at number two in the NCAA DII Central region rankings. The selection show will take place on Sunday, March 5 at 9:00pm central time.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (NSIC) – MSU Moorhead defeated Minnesota Duluth, 79-69, in the NSIC Tournament Final on Tuesday evening. Four Dragons scored in double figures in an all-around team effort. The win is MSUM’s second NSIC Tournament victory in as many years and is the second in program history. Lorenzo McGhee: 20 points, seven rebounds; Gavin Baumgartner: 17 points, four rebounds, four assists; Jacob Beeninga: 17 points; Dane Zimmer: 13 points, 12 rebounds. The Dragons (25-6) are now the NSIC’s automatic qualifier and will head to the NCAA Central Region Tournament March 11-14. The NCAA Division II Selection Show is scheduled for March 5 at 10 p.m.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jaden McDaniels scored 20 points, Anthony Edwards added 18 and the Minnesota Timberwolves beat the Los Angeles Clippers 108-101 on Tuesday night to snap a three-game losing streak. McDaniels scored at least 20 points for the fourth time this season. Anthony Edwards added 18 points and Rudy Gobert scored 16, including a key dunk in the final minute. Paul George had 25 points and Kawhi Leonard 23 for the Clippers, who have dropped three straight. Los Angeles’ last two losses before Tuesday came in overtime, including a 176-175 double-overtime loss Friday night to Sacramento in the second highest-scoring game in NBA history. The Timberwolves (32-32) moved up to eighth in the Western Conference while the Clippers (33-31) remained sixth. The fourth through 10th spots are separated by only three games.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Frederick Gaudreau scored in the shootout to lift the Minnesota Wild to a 2-1 win over the New York Islanders. Filip Gustavsson made 39 saves and stopped two shots in the shootout for Minnesota, which has won six of seven and has a season-high, seven-game point streak. Ryan Reaves scored for the first time as a member of the Wild, who stayed ahead of Winnipeg for third in the Central Division. Josh Bailey scored and Ilya Sorokin stopped 30 shots for New York, which had won four of six. Josh Bailey scored and Ilya Sorokin stopped 30 shots for New York, which had won four of six. The Wild are at Vancouver on Thursday.

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