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Wolf Point Falls At Home Against Malta Boys

Wolf Point Falls At Home Against Malta Boys Wolf Point Falls At Home Against Malta Boys


Wolf Point struggled against Malta’s defensive pressure and fell by a 79-36 final during home boys’ basketball play on Friday, Jan. 12.

The Wolves got off to a good start as a basket off a rebound by DJ Fischer and five straight points by Lennoxx Lillley produced a 7-2 advantage.

Cade Stafne connected on a three-pointer to put Wolf Point ahead 10-5 with 5:56 left in the opening quarter.

After Malta struck for the next seven points, Peyton Summers drove in for a basket to pull the Wolves even at 12-12.

A three-pointer by Duke Williamson and four points by Mason Simanton put the Mustangs up 19-14. Steals and drives by Dawson Hammond and Bohdi Brenden put Malta ahead 23-14.

After Fischer scored off a pass from Stafne, Malta accounted for the last 10 points of the first quarter for a 33-16 advantage. Down by a 4417 score during the second quarter, the Wolves displayed some spark with a pair of free throws by Jack Kolstad and five points by Summers to cut the gap to 46-24.

Malta held a 48-24 halftime advantage and then accounted for the first 12 points of the third quarter. The Mustangs led 73-32 after three quarters of play.

Wolf Point’s top scorers were Summers with 12 and Fischer with 10 points. Also scoring were Lilley with seven, Stafne with three, Kolstad with two and Sean Hamilton with two.

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