2013-03-07 / Sports

Record Sports Time Capsule

10 YEARS AGO

March 8, 2003 (MINOT)— Mallory Undlin scored a game-high 21 points to lead Mohall to a 56-49 victory over Linton for third place in the State Class B Girls’ Basketball Tournament. Renee Alexander and Brandi Schoenberg added 12 and 8 points, respectively, for the Yellowjackets, who finished the season with a 26-2 record. Three players scored in double figures for Linton, led by Carissa Schatz’s 12 points. Whitney Flyberg and Ashlee Bodvig netted 10 points apiece, and Lacy Dockter chipped in 6 points for the Lady Lions, who finished the season with a 24-4 mark. Larimore completed an undefeated season (28-0) by rolling past Washburn, 43-24, in the state title game.

25 YEARS AGO

March 8, 1988 (JAMESTOWN)— Five Strasburg players scored in double figures and the Clippers advanced to the State Class B BasketballTournamentforthe first time with a 72-63 victory over Edgeley in the Region V Tournament title game. John Baumgartner led the way with a game-high 22 points, while Wayne Haak netted 12, Daryl Kramer scored 11, and Pete Bauman and Tom Vander Wal chipped in 10 points apiece for Strasburg. Bryan Bittner (5) and Doug Eberle (2) completed the Clipper’s scoring. Spencer Aberle led Edgeley with 14 points, while Cory Peterson scored 13 points, and Tom Jochim tallied 12 for the Rangers.

35 YEARS AGO

March 6, 1978 (JAMESTOWN)— Harley Reed netted a game-high 20 points to lead the Edgeley Rangers to a 64-60 victory over Strasburg in the opening round of the Region V Boys’ Basketball Tournament. Duane Werrenga and Brad Podoll added 15 points apiece for Edgeley, and Tim Persson and Barry Van Ornum chipped in 8 and 6 points, respectively, for the Rangers. Strasburg had four players in double figures in scoring, led by Randy Mattern, Gary Buechler and Gary Dykema, who scored 14 points each. Dave Gabriel scored 10 points, and Virgil Bosch netted 8 to complete the scoring for the Clippers. In other first-round games, Robinson defeated Streeter, 54-44; Wing rolled over Medina, 76-46; and Napoleon downed Jud, 51-45.

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