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By Staff | Dec 5, 2008

Girls Basketball

Comets top St. John

ROLETTE — Macy Martinson scored a team-high 15 points and Ashley Havig chipped in with 13 to lead Rolette-Wolford to a 64-39 District 8 win over St. John here on Dec. 2.

It was the Comets best offensive output in three games, scoring 16 points in all four quarters. R-W pulled away in the second quarter, outscoring the Woodchucks 16-5. The win improved R-W to 2-1 overall and 1-0 in the district.

Rolette-Wolford 64,

St. John 39

STJ 11 5 6 17 –39

R-W 16 16 16 16 –64

Rolette-Wolford stats


Ashley Havig 13, Whitney Belgarde 6, Jillian Dunn 9, Macy Martinson 15, Kaylee Scott 9, Taylor Armstrong 6, Tara Gottbreht 6, Kali Walsh 2, Allison Slaubaugh 4.


Slaubaugh 10.


Scott 5.


Dunn 4, Havig 4.

Lions tip Rugby

Rugby erased seven-point halftime deficit to Minnewaukan-Leeds and tied the score late in the final quarter, but M-Leeds still pulled out a 39-36 win in the season opener for both teams.

Denage Braaten made one of two free throw attempts and then Allison Manley sank two more in the final minute. Rugby had one final possession, but couldn’t put up a shot.

Dorothia Santos and Kayla Bingham each had 11 points for the Lions in the win. Three Rugby players scored eight points — Chelsea Halvorson, Joclyn Seiler and Crystal Hovland.

Minnewaukan-Leeds 39, Rugby 36

M-L 12 13 9 5 –39

RUG 14 4 10 8 –36

Minnewaukan-Leeds stats


Allison Manley 9, Denage Braaten 4, Kayla Bingham 11, Dorothia Santos 11, Kylee Rallo 4.

Rugby stats


Chelsea Halvorson 8, Joclyn Seiler 8, Crystal Hovland 8, Emily Paul 4, Kristi Black 4, Mariya Bernhardt 2, Kristin Migler 2.

R-W edges North Shore

SAWYER –Rolette-Wolford held a four-point lead heading into the final quarter of play and needed all of it to edge a hard-charging North Shore-Plaza team. The Comets escaped with a 31-30 win on Dec. 1 here in the first round of the Sawyer Invitational.

Macy Martinson and Allison Slaubaugh each scored nine points for R-W, which improved to 1-1 overall. The Comets trailed by two points at halfime, but used a 9-3 third quarter to take the lead.

Rolette-Wolford 31, North Shore-Plaza 30

NSP 11 7 3 9 –30

R-W 7 9 9 6 –31

Rolette-Wolford stats


Macy Martinson 9, Allison Slaubaugh 9, Jillian Dunn 4, Whitney Belgarde 4, Ashley Havig 3, Kaylee Scott 2.


Slaubaugh 10, Scott 6.


Slaubaugh 8, Dunn 5, Belgarde 5.

Titans top Rolette-Wolford

TOWNER — Junior Taylor Stone had a big night, scoring a career-high 23 points and eight steals in Towner-Granville-Upham’s 55-40 season-opening victory over visiting Rolette-Wolford on Nov. 29.

T-G-U used a 16-6 second quarter to take control of the game. Karly Brummond also had a solid game for the Titans, scoring 17.

Rolette-Wolford was led by Allison Slaubaugh’s 11 points.

R-W coach Jason Heinz said his team outrebounded the Titans and had 20 more shot attempts, but defensively, gave up too many good looks at the basket to T-G-U.

Towner-Granville-Upham 55, Rolette-Wolford 39

R-W 6 6 15 13 –40

TGU 8 16 14 17 –55

T-G-U stats


Jordyn Brandt 2, Annie Kelbe 4, Sam Lundy 6, Taylor Stone 23, Maggie Woodall 3, Karly Brummond 17.


Klebe 8, Brandt 7, Brummond 5.


Stone 8, Klebe 4.


Klebe 8, Stone 6.

Rolette-Wolford stats


Allison Slaubaugh 11, Ashley Havig 9, Whitney Belgarde 9, Jillian Dunn 5, Macy Martinson 4, Kaylee Scott 2.


Havig 7, Slaubaugh 7, Macy Martinson 6, Belgarde 6.


Belgarde 7.

Junior Gold Hockey

Rugby posts 0-2-1 record

SIDNEY, MONT. — Rugby’s Junior Gold hockey team ran into some tough competition at a season-opening tournament, falling to two Saskatchewan teams — Strasburg and Estevan — before losing in a shootout to the host team, Richland, here on Nov. 29-30. The shootout loss, however, will count as a tie in the Ice Hawks overall standings.

Aaron Teigen had a goal and two assists in the three games for Rugby. Kyle Volk had a pair of goals.

In the touranment opener against Strasburg, the Ice Hawks spotted the Maroons a 4-0 lead before battling back. Rugby scored three straight times to pull within a goal. Strasburg added an empty net tally in the third to ice the win.

Rugby then had to face Estevan, Sask. a few hours later and lost 8-2. “We scored the first goal, but they dominated the rest of the game,” Rugby coach Jay McClintock Jr., said. “We couldn’t match their speed in the final two periods.

Rugby ended the tournament losing in a shootout to host, Richland. The game ended 1-1 through regulation and an overtime period. The Rangers outscored Rugby 2-0 in a shootout. However, the game will count in the standings as a tie.

We had some good scoring opportunities in that game, but couldn’t capitilize on them,” he said. “They had a deep bench and again we were a tired bunch.”

The Ice Hawks did suffer a pair of injuries during the tournament to forward Daniel Gannarelli and defenseman Jacob McClintock. Their status for this Sunday, Dec. 7 home opener is unknown.

Estevan, Sask. 8, Rugby 2

Rugby scoring

Pake Hagen, 1 goal; Leo Hoffert, goal; Aaron Teigen, assist; Keenan Sattler, assist.

Goalie saves

Andy Brossart 7-6-13–26.

Strasburg 5, Rugby 3

Rugby scoring

Kyle Volk, goal; Aaron Teigen, goal; Cody Perbix, goal.

Goalie saves

Thomas Seaver 12-7-6–25.

Richland 1, Rugby 1

(Richland wins shootout 2-0)

Rugby scoring

Kyle Volk, goal; Aaron Teigen, assist.

Goalie saves

Thomas Seaver 5-6-x — 11; Andy Brossart x-6-7-2 –15.

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