Prep report: MIB girls hold off BOLD
Mountain Iron-Buhl's 10-point lead with four minutes to play shrunk to one but the Rangers held on for a 69-68 victory over BOLD in a Class A high school girls basketball consolation semifinal on Friday at Concordia-St. Paul.
Macy Savela scored 20 points to lead MIB (26-6), while Madisen Overbye made five 3-pointers en route to 17 points and Allie Negen chipped in with 14.
Negen's layup made it 65-55 with 3:55 left before the Warriors (22-7) went on a 13-4 run culminated by Makayla Snow's 3-pointer with 8.0 seconds to play. After the Rangers missed two free throws, BOLD missed a desperation 3-pointer.
MIB faces Ada-Borup (27-3) at 9 a.m. today for fifth place.
Holy Family 47, Proctor 33
A rough day shooting from the field (32.4 percent), 3-point range (25.0 percent) and the free-throw line (33.3 percent) cost the Rails in the Class AA fifth-place game at Concordia.
Sam Pogatchnik led Proctor (25-8) with 14 points, while Liz Frase grabbed 10 rebounds.
Holy Family Catholic (25-6) didn't fare any better shooting-wise, hitting just one-third of its field goals, but the Fire forced 25 turnovers and outscored Proctor 22-12 in the paint.
Marshall 75, Hibbing 60
Jordyn Hilgemann scored 36 points and hit 6 of 8 attempts from 3-point range to lead the Tigers to a win over the Bluejackets in the Class AAA fifth-place game at Concordia.
The game was tied at 28 at halftime before Hilgemann went off by scoring 24 points in the second half for Marshall (23-8). She made 11 of 17 field goals overall.
Seniors Eve Turner (16 points) and Abbey McDonald (14) led Hibbing (28-4) in scoring. Turner hit three 3-pointers.