Indians, Rockets, Hornets also post wins at Class B Day
A pair of 3-pointers by Cole Mitchell and Nathan Joraanstad in the final 28 seconds provided the spark as Rolla-Rock Lake completed a huge comeback and posted a 62-61 win over Lakota-Adams-Edmore in the final game of the annual Class B Day on Saturday at the Devils Lake Sports Center.
Leading 58-56 with just over one minute left in the game, L-A-E had chances to seal the win, but came up short on three of four free throw attempts down the stretch.
Mitchell’s 3-pointer from the top of the circle with 28 seconds left tied the game at 59-59.
After calling a timeout to set up a possible game-winning basket of their own, the Raiders were unable to get the ball inbounds from the side and were forced to take another timeout.
That set up Seth Kuchar’s driving layup with 11.6 seconds left to put L-A-E back in front 61-59 and forced R-RL to take a timeout of its own with 5.3 seconds to go.
Joraanstad got the ball along the side before turning and lofting the game-winner that came with just over one second left on the clock.
It capped a 14-5 rally over the final eight minutes that allowed Rolla-Rock Lake to erase a 56-48 deficit heading into the final period.
Mitchell and Joraanstad both finished with 20 points to lead the Bulldogs.
Kuchar paced the Raiders with 20 points of his own, while teammates Jacob Haman and Cole Haugland finished with 16 and 13 points, respectively.
R-RL 18 15 15 14 – 62
LAE 20 18 18 5 – 61
Rolla-Rock Lake (62): Cole Mitchell 20, Nathan Joraanstad 20, Jon Rush 9, Nick Cahill 5, Jake Miller 4, Leonard Lange 4.
Lakota-A-E (61): Seth Kuchar 20, Jacob Haman 16, Cole Haugland 13, Jordan Kuchar 8, Logan Erickson 2, Shane Wall 2.
Four Winds 86, Warwick 66
Daryl Three Irons and Chuck Lovejoy combined for 51 points and two other players finished in double figures as Four Winds posted an 86-66 win over Warwick in the first game of the annual Class B Day.
Three Irons led all scorers with 26 points for the Indians, while Lovejoy, one of the top scorers in the state, finished with 25 points of his own.
Mike Red Fox and Joey Greene both chipped in with 10 points for Four Winds.
Mitchell Owlboy led the way for the Warriors, who also placed four players in double figures.
Owlboy scored 19 points, while Anthony Ironhawk and Melvin Langstaff finished with 17 and 15 points, respectively. Kyle Ironhawk added 10 points.
Warwick 17 21 14 14 – 66
Four Winds 15 24 21 26 – 86
Warwick (66): Mitchell Owlboy 19, Anthony Ironhawk 17, Melvin Langstaff 15, Kyle Ironhawk 10, Brandon Jackson 3, Alden Black 2.
Four Winds (86): Daryl Three Irons 26, Chuck Lovejoy 25, Mike Red Fox 10, Joey Greene 10, Wambli Dubois 7, Chris Cook 4, Geoff Leftbear 4.
New Rock.-Sheyenne 63,
St. John 48
New Rockford-Sheyenne limited St. John to just eight field goals and placed a trio of players in double figures on its way to a convincing 63-48 win over the Woodchucks.
Brett Allmaras led the way for the Rockets with 24 points, while Stephen Guler added 13 and Jordan Seiler chipped in with 10 points of his own.
Clinton Wilkie, Joseph Laduer and Cole Schraeder all scored eight points to pace the Woodchucks.
St. John 8 13 15 12 – 48
NR-S 10 15 17 21 – 63
SJ (48): Clinton Wilkie 8, Joseph Laducer 8, Cole Schraeder 8, Colin Vandal 7, Matt Sivertson 6, Clay LaRocque 5, Evan Counts 3, Tyler Bryant 2, Mitch Slater 1.
NR-S (63): Brett Allmaras 24, Stephen Guler 13, Jordan Seiler 10, Shane Stafford 6, Dalton Weber 5, Nathan Messner 3, Andrew Schaefer 2.
Harvey 51, Midkota 24
Harvey broke away from a narrow 7-5 lead after the first quarter by outscoring Midkota 15-6 in the second period to build a 22-11 halftime lead on its way to a 51-24 win over the Mustangs.
Harvey used a 29-13 scoring burst over the final two periods to secure the triumph.
Casey Weinmann and Kevin Walsh finished with 12 and 11 points, respectively, for the Hornets, while Martin Stumpf chipped in with 10 points.
Midkota 5 6 7 6 – 24
Harvey 7 15 17 12 – 51
Midkota (24): Tanner Overby 8, Logan Harding 5, Austin Monson 4, Alex Miller 3, Zachary Gilbertson 2, Kyle Monson 2.
Harvey (51): Casey Weinmann 12, Kevin Walsh 11, Martin Stumpf 10, Eric Kourajian 6, Shyler Block 6, Dalton Helm 4, Jakob Zerr 2.