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Belt girls win co-champ rematch over Roy-Winifred; Husky boys trample Outlaws

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Posted at 10:59 PM, Jan 22, 2021

BELT — In the long-awaited rematch of Class C girls basketball co-champions, the Belt Huskies didn't waste any time.

Alivia Shelton knocked down three 3-pointers in the first three minutes of the game and Belt never looked back, taking down Roy-Winifred 43-35 on Friday.

Shelton eventually made six 3s to finish with 18 points, and Lindsey Paulson added 15 points for the Huskies. Belt opened the game on a 12-2 run, but Roy-Winifred hung around with 12 points from Madeline Heggem and 11 from Trinity Edwards.

Belt improves to 6-0, while Roy-Winifred falls to 5-2.

In the boys game, Belt turned tenacious man-to-man defense into easy transition buckets en route to a 59-39 win over Roy-Winifred.

Aidan McDaniel put up 25 points for the Huskies, who improved to 6-0. Bridger Vogl scored 12 for Belt.

Justin Stulc and Brody Geer each scored 12 for the Outlaws, who fall to 5-1.