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Women's Basketball hosts Yellowstone Christian in home opener

The Minot State women’s basketball team opened up their season with a win at home over Yellowstone Christian College. This win put the Beavers to 2-0 on the season. In the first quarter, Kari Clements got off to a good start with scoring a quick five points. At the end of the first quarter, the Beavers led the Centurions by fourteen points with the score being 27-13. Kari Clements scored seven points and Calli Delsman and Mollie Wilson, each had five points. The Beavers shot 60 pe

rcent from the floor.

In the second quarter, the Beavers limited the Centurions to only shooting 33.3 percent from the floor. Madison Wald scored seven points and helped the Beavers go into halftime with leading 40-21. The Beavers shot 50 percent from the floor going into halftime.

At the end of the third quarter, Clements added six more points to her previous scoring total while Wald added five points. The Beavers led, 61-36 at the end of the third quarter. The final score was 82-48.

The Beavers outrebounded the Centurions by sixteen and ended the game with shooting 49.2 percent from the floor. Clements, Wald, and Azaria Reed led the Beavers in scoring. Clements led the team with eighteen points, shooting 7-11 from the floor and had four steals. Wald was right behind her with fourteen points, shooting 5-9 from the floor, and Reed scored eight points and collected two rebounds on the night. Reina Strand had six points, two assists, and eight rebounds. Raegan Sanchez, Whitney Molina, and Clements all had three assists in the home opener. Caitlin

Deaton and Danielle Rizzari both scored three points in the fourth quarter. Anna Counts had two block shots on the night.

The Beavers are back in the Dome Nov. 27 when they host Valley City State University at 5:30. Conference play begins in the Dome Dec. 7 at 5:30 when the Beavers host University of Minnesota Duluth.

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