Area boys' basketball: Streaks fall to top-ranked BBE
The Osakis boys ran into the top ranked team in Class A and couldn't keep up in an 85-52 loss at Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa on Tuesday night.
The Silverstreaks put three players in double figures. Joe Roggenbuck had 17 points and nine rebounds to lead the way. Mitch Herzog added 14 and Kyle Swenstad had 13 points to go along with five boards.
"We ran into the number-one ranked team in the state for Class A," Osakis head coach Chris Stroup said. "They are also one of the top teams in this area regardless of class."
The Jaguars shot 48 percent from the field, including a 13-of-30 night from three. The win moved them to 14-0 on the season and dropped Osakis to 4-10.
BBE 85, OSAKIS 52
TOTALS - Osakis - FG - 20-37; 3-PT FG - 4-10; FT - 8-13; Assists - 13; Rebounds - 25; Steals - 6; Turnovers - 28; BBE - FG - 33-69; 3-PT FG - 13-30; Rebounds - 29; Turnovers - 9
OSAKIS - Dean Mickle - 2 points, 1 assist, 1 rebound; Kyle Swenstad - 13 points, 2 assists, 5 rebounds, 1 steal; Jordan Mack - 4 points, 2 assists, 1 rebound, 2 steals; Joe Roggenbuck - 17 points, 1 assist, 9 rebounds, 1 steal; Herzog - 14 points, 3 assists, 7 rebounds; Doug Zimmel - 4 assists, 2 steals
Zach Hintermeister's 22 points and five assists helped Brandon-Evansville break out of a slump as the Chargers upended Parkers Prairie 65-42 Friday night.
The win broke a three-game losing streak for the Chargers, who led by 13 at the half.
"The guys really put forth an effort tonight at the defensive end," said Brandon-Evansville head coach John Holsten. "Good individual contributions defensively were made by Hunter Langlie, Blake Satterlie, Billie Juul, Pat Schaffer and Hintermeister. We limited them to one shot most of the time and most of their shots were well contested."
John Haseman added 21 points for the Chargers.
Tyler Hollatz scored 10 points to lead the Panthers.
The Chargers outrebounded the Panthers 22-19 as Jared Goehringer had nine of those 22.
Brandon-Evansville hit 22 of its 40 attempts for 55 percent, and was 70 percent from the free throw line on 16 of 22 shots.
The Chargers' record improves to 3-9 overall and 2-5 in the Little Eight Conference. They will be hosting Ashby on Friday, while Parkers Prairie will be at Hillcrest.