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High school basketball roundup: Laporte, Northome/Kelliher Tuesday night winners

Laporte 60, Blackduck 58

LAPORTE - The Wildcats had three players in double figures scoring in Tuesday's win over the Drakes at home.

Caitlin Hadrava had 25 points, Myha White had 17 points and Kim Hyatt had 13 points for Laporte.

Siera Savich had 17 points and Jamie Magoon had 12 points to lead Blackduck.

The teams were tied 31-31 at halftime.

RLCC 71, C-G 69, OT

CLEARBROOK- The Clearbrook-Gonvick girls basketball team lost in overtime Tuesday night after just missing a shot at the buzzer that would have forced a second overtime.

The Bears battled back from a 36-34 deficit at halftime to force the overtime with the teams tied 64-64 at regulation.

Brooke Wraa had 20 points to lead Clearbrook-Gonvick. Jessica Spray had 18 points and Breanne Wagner had 12 points.

Lacey Willett had 19 points and was one of four Red Lake County Central players in double-figures scoring. Haley Malwitz added 17 points.

Ada-Borup 65, Bagley 30

BAGLEY - Haley Lindell scored 18 points to lead the Ada-Borup girls basketball team over Bagley Tuesday night.

Kari Skersick scored a team-high 12 points for Bagley.

Menahga 57, Cass Lake-Bena 46

Danielle Jourdain scored 20 points and Jordan Jackson scored 16 points in the Cass Lake-Bena girls basketball team's loss to Menahga Monday night.

The Panthers played at Red Lake Tuesday night.

Northome/Kell. 68 Walker-H-A 57

NORTHOME - Charlie Schuh and Alex Gehlert led the Northome/Kelliher boys basketball team to a win over the Wolves on Tuesday night.

Austin Dennis had 14 points for Walker-Hackensack-Akeley.