DB unable to handle Pipestone second-half surge

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DAWSON–The Dawson-Boyd boys’ basketball team took their apt loss of the season Monday night, 59-49, at the gorgeous of a 35-point second half from the Arrows.

Brayson Boike led the Blackjacks’ scoring anxiety with 19 points, shooting 3-6 from beyond the arc.

Boike was the lone brilliant spot for DB from 3-point range. He was the only Blackjack that made over a third of his shots from beyond the arc, with the rest of his team moving a combined 3-23, a far cry from their 41% efficiency in their opener in contradiction of Ortonville.

The Blackjacks played Pipestone tight in the apt half and trailed 24-23 going into the break. Yet, Pipestone came out of the locker room with a vengeance, outsourcing Dawson-Boyd 35-26 in the second half.

While the efficiency wasn’t there, Dawson-Boyd did a solid job valuing their possessions, barely losing the turnover fights, 16-15.

Keegon Wicht led Dawson-Boyd in assists, with four, and his 12 points were good for additional on the team.

Following the loss, Dawson-Boyd will go on the road to take on Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg Friday at 7:30 p.m.

Pipestone 59, Dawson-Boyd 49

PIPE 24 35

DB 23 26


Scoring (FG-FGA-PTS): DB (Boike 7-15-19; Wicht 3-12-12; Hjelmeland 4-8-11)

Passing (AST-TO): DB (Wicht 4-5; Olson 2-4)

Rebounding (ORB-TRD): DB (Boike 1-7; Hjelmeland 1-5; Bowen 1-5)

Defensive (BLK-STL): DB (Hjelmeland 1-1; Bowen 1-0)

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