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Girls' basketball: Chargers outshoot Arrows, Lakers fall

The Charger girls committed just one foul on the night as they traveled to Ashby Tuesday, winning 52-24 as Heather Strese, Megan Friedrich and Heather Dickey combined for 42 of Brandon-Evansville's points.

The Charger girls committed just one foul on the night as they traveled to Ashby Tuesday, winning 52-24 as Heather Strese, Megan Friedrich and Heather Dickey combined for 42 of Brandon-Evansville's points.

"We rebounded pretty well and we didn't foul," said Charger head coach Dick Simpson, "It was a nice conference win for us.

"Both teams are kind of inexperienced," he added. "Our height helped make the difference."

The Chargers' three post players pulled down 30 of the team's 39 rebounds, being led by Strese with 14, Dickey with nine and Friedrich with seven.

The Arrows were led by Haley Ness, who scored eight points, while Jenna Hanson had six of the team's 23 rebounds.

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The Chargers will be in Parkers Prairie tonight, Friday, and will host Browerville on Monday.

GAME STATISTICS

BRANDON-EVANSVILLE 25 27 -- 52

ASHBY 12 12 -- 24

BRANDON-EVANSVILLE - Hunter Plaster 2, Megan Friedrich 12, Tasmine Okerlund 4, Heather Dickey 11, Brianna Bitzan 4, Heather Strese 19. Field goals 21-40, 3-pt 1-2, Free throws 9-15, Rebounds 39 (Strese 14, Dickey 9, Friedrich 7), Turnovers 30, Assists - Mackenzie Randt 5, Steals - Friedrich 3, Bitzan 3, Fouls 1.

ASHBY - Ashley Ness 4, Sondra Jordan 4, Haley Ness 8, Mackenzie Schmuck 6, Meg Roley 2. Field goals 12-69, 3-pt 0-24, Free throws 0-0, Rebounds 23 (Jenna Hanson 6), Turnovers 15, Fouls 16.

BOLD 66, Minnewaska 34

Minnewaska dropped its second straight girls' basketball game Tuesday night, falling to BOLD 66-34 in West Central South Conference play.

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The Lakers trailed 32-16 at the half, and were outrebounded 49-24.

Sydney Joos and Kaylee Jacobs each had eight points for Minnewaska.

GAME STATISTICS

MINNEWASKA 16 18 -- 34

BOLD 32 34 -- 66

MINNEWASKA - Halle Christianson 5, Kaylee Jacobs 8, Natalie Holte 5, Shayla Paulzine 4, Veronica Weisel 2, Sydney Joos 8, Jillian Hendrickson 3. Field goals 14-51, 3-pt 1-9 (Holte 1), Free throws 5-18 Rebounds 24, Fouls 21.

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