Four Winds-Minnewaukan continued its impressive play on the season as the Indians defeated rival Warwick 109-56 in Class B boys basketball action on Tuesday in Fort Totten.
Journal Staff Report FORT TOTTEN, N.D. — Four Winds-Minnewaukan continued its impressive play on the season as the Indians defeated rival Warwick 109-56 in Class B boys basketball action on Tuesday in Fort Totten. Ryan Hill led five Indians in double figures and all 15 players who dressed for the victors broke into the scoring column. Hill topped FW-M with 16 points and Austin Longie added 15 points in the winning effort. They were joined in double figures by Jason LaRock (12), Trayvon McKay (11) and Collin Delorme (10). Warwick’s Antoine Motley led all scorers with a game-high 20 points and Larse Azure added 18. Four Winds-Minnewaukan, which climbed to No. 5 in this week’s state poll after knocking off previously undefeated Carrington on Friday, has just two games remaining in the regular season. The Indians play Benson County on Friday in Minnewaukan and will close the season on Feb. 9 at a one-day tournament in Grand Forks when they tangle with Fertile-Beltrami (Minn.) Warwick will play Midkota on Tuesday in Warwick and will take on Park River-Fordville-Lankin on Feb. 7 at home before ending the regular season on Feb. 11 at Dakota Prairie. Warwick 17 17 11 11 — 56 FW-Minn. 28 26 25 30 — 109 Warwick (56): Antoine Motley 20, Larse Azure 18, Dana Jackson 9, Paul Lawrence 5, Jalen Kingbird 2, Richard Brownshield 2. Four Winds-Minnewaukan (109): Ryan Hill 16, Austin Longie 15, Jason LaRock 12, Trayvon McKay 11, Collin Delorme 10, Hadley Smith 8, Darion Three Irons 7, Jasten McKay 6, Steve Red Fox 5, Brody Cavanaugh 5, Devin Littlewind 4, Perry Mudgett 4, Jon Yankton 2, Oliver Gourd 2, Abe Comer 2.