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Jan. 1 • An officer making a traffic stop had a vehicle pull in behind his squad car. The occupants of the vehicle were advised not to stop behind an officer when he is on a traffic stop for safety reasons. • An ATV was taken from a Menahga resident's yard, leaving tracks behind. After taking photos, a deputy followed the four-wheeler tracks to the northwest side of a nursing home on Stocking Lake Road where they turned west.
Zack Waln was Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale's only triple winner Friday as the Raiders ran into a trio of tough opponents in the Little Falls Quadrangular The Raiders fell to Aitkin 52-18, Little Falls 57-21 and quadrangular champion Pierz 62-15. "We wrestled well at times and poorly at times.
The Verndale Pirates still had plenty of gas left in the tank Friday as they clobbered Wadena-Deer Creek 68-42 just one night after beating Underwood. Mitchell Blaha tallied 19 points on the Verndale court while James Kveton netted 14 and Ethan Korfe pumped in 10. "I thought in the first half it looked like we were playing our third game this week. Our defense was okay, but we failed to finish some easy looks around the rim," Verndale head coach Jordan Hinkle said. "The second half we found a little spark after a few minutes and it all stems from our defense.
Lydia Irons and Lydia Rutten were too much for Art Schluttner's Pirates Thursday night as they propelled New York Mills to a 66-56 Park Region Conference win at Verndale. The loss was the first this year for the Pirates who went to 6-1 overall and 4-1 in the PRC. Irons pumped in 17 points and Rutten canned 16 as the Eagles won the scoring battle in both halves of the PRC duel. Sidney Imsande and Ellie Rutten combined for 19 points in the victory.
Mason Snyder, Colton Knudson and Isaac Malone earned two victories apiece Friday as the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines placed fourth in the Mahnomen Cougar Duals. Snyder started a string of four straight WDC victories in a 42-36 win over first round foe Crookston. The 106-pounds pinned Crookston's Cameron Hulst in a time of 1:53.
The Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines gave up 41 second half points Friday in bowing to Verndale 68-42 in a non-conference basketball game on the new Verndale court. Tanner Horn led the Wolverines with 14 points. Alex Carlson tacked up nine. Mitchell Blaha tallied 19 points on the Verndale court while James Kveton netted 14 and Ethan Korfe pumped in 10. "We played well in stretches of this game but when a team goes through stretches of not scoring for five to six minutes it is going to be hard to stay in games," WDC head coach Jason Mielke said.
Five players scored in double figures Friday as red-hot Park Rapids breezed past Wadena-Deer Creek 66-24 in a Mid-State showdown on the WDC court. The Panthers won for the seventh straight time and improved to 8-2. Their last loss was Dec. 13. The Panthers are locked in a race with Pequot Lakes for the Mid-State crown. Pequot is undefeated in conference play while the Panthers are 3-1. Gabie Johnson was high-pointer for the Panthers with 18. Megan Grimes and Katie Klein tied with 14 points apiece. Madison Wagner and Hope Johnson gave the Panthers 13 points apiece.
John Karboviak scored four goals and Alex Donaldson and Alex Vagle combined for eight assists Saturday as Kittson County Central pummeled Wadena-Deer Creek 12-1. Karboviak gave the Bearcats all the goals they needed in the first period by finding the net twice. He added final two goals in the third period. The Wolverines found themselves trailing 5-0 before Jarrett Pettit scored at 12:45 of the second period with assists from Mike Behl and Austin Sutherland. Bill Thorsteinson and Dalton Klegstad played big supporting roles for the Bearcats. Thorsteinson had two goals and three assists.
John Karboviak scored four goals and Alex Donaldson and Alex Vagle combined for eight assists Saturday as Kittson County Central pummeled Wadena-Deer Creek 12-1. Karboviak gave the Bearcats all the goals they needed in the first period by finding the net twice.