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/ Dickey County Leader Section A -- December 19, 2013 8 : ii i 'ardinals on defense Roberta Johnson times in the second half. Dickey County Leader Two quick turnovers resulted in The Cardinal boys participated inThunder baskets and the Cardinals the Stutsman County Tournament in found themselves down by five. Jamestown last week facing the Me- Three point baskets by Hunter White dina/Pingree/Buchanon Thunder in and Brennen Vance tied the score at the first round. Ellendale defeated 7. Adam White scored inside and the Thunder 59-57. The win brought added a free throw, Chase Durheim them up against the Cardinals of Car- hit a short jumper from the fight and rington, the number one seed in the Ellendale had a two point lead. Vance tournament.The Carrington Cardinals went inside for the score and Logan defeated Ellendale 52-45 putting the Wang hit off the glass as Ellendale Cards in the 3rd and 4th game against held a 16-12 lead at the end of one. Kidder County when the Pirates de- A rebound and basket by Adam feated Ellendale 48-46. White started the second quarter. Zach Ellendale was scheduled to host Dathe went the length of the floor for LaMoure December 17th and travel a score and next had a lay up as the to Oakes tomo~9w nighb December Cardinals !oak control. Dathe scored 19th for the Annual Cowbell Contest. again, this time using the window and Ellendale 59 MPB 57 Vance got the steal and went coast to The first game for the Cardinals coast for the score as the Cards held a was a tale of two games. Ellendale 12 point lead at the half, 34-22. had control of the game in the first The Thunder came out in the sec- half but the Thunder came back to and half using the press forcing sev- take over in the second half. Cardinal eral Cardinal turnovers and then turnovers and long range baskets by nailed long-range shots to make up the Thunder knotted the game several that 12 point deficit and take the lead. 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Adam White led the team in scoring with 16 points followed by Zach Dathe with 14, Brennen Vance with 13, Logan Wang with 6, Chase Durheim with 4 and Hunter White and TJ Belmore with 3 each. Ellendale had 19 turnovers and com- mitted 14 fouls. Carrington 52 Ellendale 45 The Cardinals vs. the Cardinals in second night action saw the north Cardinals (Carrington) defeat the south Cardinals (Ellendale) 52-45. Ellendale was done 12-9 at the end of the first quarter but came back to take a 2-point lead at the halfway mark, 25-22. Carrington came out fast in the second half outscoring Ellendale 16-5 to hold the lead at the end of three quarter, 39-30 as the Car- rington Cardinals went on to defeat 112 oz John Morrell Sliced Bacon $2.99 12 oz John Morrell Smokies 2/$4.00 Ellendale 52-45. I 3 lb Schweigert Wings $12.99 I Adam White led all players with DAIRY 19 points followed by Brennen Vance n with 10, TJ Belmore with 5, Zach i 1 lb Crystal Farm Butter Quarters 2/$5.00 Dathe with 4, Hunter White with 3 8 oz Shredded Cheese 2/$4.00 and Chase Durheim and Logan Wang l 15 oz Country Crock Margarine $1.99 iwith 2 each. Ellendale shot 45% from the floor and were 8 of 16 from 8 oz Crystal Farm Cream Cheese $1.29 PRODUCE 1 lb Washington Braeburn Apples $1.29 5 lb Red Potatoes $1.29 Dole Lettuce Per Head $1.29 1 lb Sweet Potatoes 49 Brennen Vance with the score the charity stripe. Ellendale had 25 turnovers and committed 14 fouls. Adam White led the team with 10 rebounds and had 5 blocked shots. Kidder County 48 Ellendale 46 Ellendale faced off against the Pi- OTHER GROCERIES rates of Kidder County for 3rd/fourth IPlace with the Pirates taking the win I 20 oz Gurley Choc & Butterscotch Chips $1.99 "with 2 free throws with less than 2 2 lb Brown or Powdered Sugar $1.19 second left on the clock, 48-46. The Cardinals started the scoring with Zach Dathe inside for two. Add two more inside by Adam White and a steal and down the floor to Chase Durheim for the score. Brennen Vance nailed a long 2-pointer and Ellendale was up 9-3. White had a rebound and basket and Kellemon Hinton raced down the floor for the bucket as Ellendale held a 13-5 lead after one. Vance fed Dathe inside for the bucket to start the second. Ellendale turnovers gave Kidder County the opportunity to get right back in the ball game and they suddenly had a 16-15 lead. Vance tied the game with a free throw. Durheim off a Cardinal steal and Dathe hit from 3-point land as the Cardinals held a 25-22 lead at the half. As has been the case in the first ball games fo/Ellendale, turnovers in the third quarter hurt as the Pi- rates outscored Ellendale 14-8 and gained control of the game. Vance nailed another 3-pointer but the Cardinals were still behind 36-33 at the end of three quarters. Vance started the fourth quarter scoring for Ellendale. Inside to White and a rebound and bucket by Logan Want kept the Cardinals close. Vance hit four consecutive free throws to tie the game but the Pirates got the win. using two free throws in the last seconds. Brennen Vance led the team in scoring with 16 points followed by Adam White with 10, Zach Dathe and Chase Durheim with 8, and Logan Wang and Kellemon Hin- ton with 2 each. Ellendale shot 35% from the floor and were 9 of 16 from the free throw line. 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If you are interested in joining our team, please visit our website, or contact Peg Haug at 663-6828 ext. 303 KeLee Hack with the rebound Carrington 66 Ellendale 51 While the boys were playing Car- rington in Jamestown at the Stutsman County Tournament the Lady Cardi- nals were hosting the Carrington Car- dinals in their first game of the season. A tale of two games with Ellendale playing well in the first quarter, hold- ing a 15-13 lead at the end of one. Rachel Herman started the scor- ing with two free throws and Dacey Fuller went coast-to-coast for the basket. A steal under the basket and Madi Bommersbach put it up and in and Ellendale had a two point lead at 10-8. Shayna Mertz hit a short jumper from the right side for a 15-13 lead at the end of one. Mertz started the scoring in the sec- ond quarter with a jumper from the right wing. Isabel Wedell had a re- bound and bucket and Mertz spun and hit from inside. Bommersbach nailed a long 3-pointer from the left elbow to tie the score at 26 and add a free throw for the lead but Carrington nailed a couple free throws to take the 28-27 lead at the halfway mark. The second half saw Carrington take control of the game outscor- ing Ellendale 17-7 in the third quar-' ter. Bommersbach nailed a,3-pointer from the left and, Fuller flit her own long range~ s~0t from the right but Carrington had~the lead. 42-34 at the end of three. Teams traded baskets throughout the fourth quarter making it impos- sible for Ellendale to make up the deficit as Carrington went on to the 66-51 victory. Shayna Mertz led the team in cor- ing with 18 points followed by Madi Bommersbach with 9, Isabel Wedell and Rachel Herman with 8, Dacey Fuller with 6 and KaLee Hack with 2. Ellendale was 8 of 17 from the foul line and committed 17 fouls. Photos by Roberta Johnson and Joy Powers ( We ' ve Alleviating the pain of sharing uour r edical records. Easu;Online. Secure. 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