Saints report: St. Scholastica has two-game winning streak snapped

Cimperman’s 22 points help offset a strong game from South Ridge product Nick Carlson.

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ST. PAUL — Bradley Cimperman had 22 ponts and Hamline started fast in rolling to a 72-50 men’s basketball victory over St. Scholastica in the Pipers’ MIAC opener Tuesday night before 345 at Hutton Arena.

Cimperman added six rebounds, four steals and three assists for Hamline (3-1 overall, 1-0 MIAC), which led 37-21 at halftime. Austin Holt added 18 points, eight rebounds, four steals and three assists for the Pipers, who forced 18 turnovers.

Nick Carlson, a former South Ridge standout from Canyon, had 17 points, seven rebounds and two blocks to lead the Saints (2-2, 1-1), who had their two-game winning streak snapped.

Duluth East graduate Isaiah Hendrickson was the only other CSS player in double figures with 10 points off the bench for Saints, who continue conference play against St. John’s at 7 p.m. Nov. 30 in Collegeville, Minnesota.


Saints fall at home to Pipers

Lydia Lecher scored 13 points as Hamline jumped out to a 49-21 halftime lead and then emptied the bench in cruising to a 75-45 victory over St. Scholastica in MIAC women’s basketball before 58 at Reif Gymnasium in Duluth.


Thirteen players scored for the Pipers (4-0 overall, 2-0 MIAC).

Lexi Imdieke scored 13 points and Miranda Broberg and Liz Fraze of Proctor added eight points apiece for the Saints (0-4, 0-2).

St. Scholastica will continue MIAC play against St. Benedict’s at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30, at Reif Gym.

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