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EMPLOYMENT

Citizen-Tribune, Saturday, January 6, 2018 • Page 11

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Page 12 • Citizen-Tribune, Saturday, January 6, 2018

Lady Bulldogs improve


to 3-1 in conference
BY BILL MORGAN
Apollo scoring: Wash-
ington 35, Ashley Koep 11,
Jessica Timpane 9, Jazz Sid-
STAFF WRITER

The Becker Lady Bull- more 7, Kayla Nguyen 4,


dogs basketball team dropped Chloe Swanson 2 and Shelby
NOW HIRING — two of three games this week Pfannenstein 2.
to fall to 5-7, but their one win Becker 72, Mora 27
START IMMEDIATELY!! improved their Granite Ridge The Bulldogs utterly de-
Conference record to 3-1. stroyed the Mora Mustangs
Wildcats 68, Thursday, scoring 52 points in
Bulldogs 67 the first half to cruise to an
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AAA non-conference game in high-quality shooting from


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offensive rebound on a missed utilize his bench to its full po-


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free throw with 6.7 seconds tential at home. Becker shot
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STORY IDEAS?
said Head Coach Dan Baird. Kerzman scored 13
points to go with seven re-
SENIOR FORWARD HALEY BENDA scored 41
Bengtson led the Bull-
bounds.
points in the last three games, including an 18-point
dogs in scoring with 23 points
“We had some nice entry
game against Mora Thursday at home. (Photo by Bill
to go along with three assists.
passes to Madi in the low post
Morgan)
“Julia shot the ball ex-
which allowed her to work,”
SEND THEM OUR WAY! MUST BE A LOCAL tremely well in this game, from beyond the arch. As a Sarah Bjelland 7, Anna Peters
Coach Baird said. “This was
connecting on three-of-six team, Becker shot 42% for the 6, Hannah Gillach 6 and
CONNECTION FOR CONSIDERATION three pointers,” said Baird. game and was 10-for-14 from Heather Elfering 3. a nice victory after some
EMAIL CITIZENNEWSPAPER Haley Benda continued the free throw line. Apollo 70, Becker 65 tough defeats.”
Lindquist had a nice
her consistent play with 14 “We committed only 11 The Bulldogs lost an im-
@MIDCONETWORK.COM points, going four-for-eight turnovers,” said Baird. “We portant section game, 70-65 to game, scoring eight points to
played maybe our most com- the Apollo Eagles Tuesday go with five rebounds and five
plete game of the year and fell night in St. Cloud. steals, playing great defense
a little short against an excel- Lariah Washington dom- and making good decisions.
lent team.” inated, scoring 35 points for The Mustangs fall to 4-9.
Backes — a University the Eagles. Apollo shot 50% Becker scoring: Benda
of Wisconsin recruit — and for the game. 18, Bengtson 15, Kerzman 13,
Aletha Kluge each tallied 23 Nuest was the leading Lindquist 8, Gruenes 6, Tripp
points for the Wildcats. Chis- scorer for Becker with 15 4, Masog 3, Mittelstaedt 2,
ago Lakes (Ranked #7 QRF) points. Bengtson added 12 Kent 2 and Gamble 1.
improved to 5-3 on the season. points, six rebounds, seven as- Mora scoring: Peyton
Alayna Lindquist scored sists and three steals to stuff Oslin 8, Morgan Mann 7, Kai-
10 points for the Bulldogs to the stat sheet. ley Peterson 3, Faith Nielson
go along with four rebounds Tripp also had a solid 3, Alyssa Onasch 2, Miryah
and four assists. game with 10 points, four re- Stone 2 and Angilina Sparrow
“Alayna played another bounds, four assists and three 2.
excellent game and continues steals. Up Next
to improve and work hard,” As a team, Becker shot Becker took on Cam-
said the head coach. 42%, but committed 18 bridge-Isanti Friday night at
Becker scoring: Bengt- turnovers. home (full report on game in
son 23, Benda 14, Lindquist Becker scoring: Nuest next week’s Citizen-Tribune).
10, Nuest 8, Masog 6, Kerz- 15, Bengtson 12, Tripp 10, Tuesday, they travel to
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Chisago Lakes scoring: man 6, Lindquist 5 and Masog to St. Cloud to take on Cathe-

AUCTIONS
Backes 23, Alethea Kluge 23, 2. dral.

Boys BB team drops 2


By Bill Morgan, Staff Writer
ESTATE & CONSIGNMENT AUCTION ADVERTISING
The Becker boys basket-
SUNDAY, January 14, 2018 at 11AM
SELLS! ball team lost two games this
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FURN.: Oak dining table & chairs, Bentwood rocker, Mirrored week, dropping their season
Dresser & Chest of drawers, Bookshelves, Sofa & recliner, End record to 2-7.
Albany 48, Becker 38
tables, Wood high chair, Roll top desk. OUTDOOR &
Call to place
The Bulldogs traveled to
TOOLS: Metal shelves, Patio table, Yard & garden tools, Milk your ad and
house heater, Hand tools, Electric grinder, Grill. ANTIQUES
& COLLECTIBLES: Vintage dolls, Quilts, Jewelry, Carnival Albany last Friday night and
&Fenton glassware, Stemware, Vintage windows, Fostoria, came home with a 10-point
start seeing
Cream & sugars, Cups & saucers. HOUSEHOLD: Upright defeat at the hands of the
Huskies.
freezer, Electric heaters, Baking pans, Framed art & prints, results!
Albany jumped out
Floor lamps, Home interior décor’, Holiday décor’, Records,
Toys, Tupperware.
quickly in the first half,
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deficit was too large for the
Bulldogs to overcome.
Albany’s Ethan Hylla led
all scorers with 14 points. He
also had two blocked shots,
one steal and 12 rebounds.
Becker was led by Lucas
Dertinger and Brandon
Gustafson, who each had 10
points.
The Bulldogs finished
the game with five fastbreak
points, five points off
turnovers and zero second
chance points. Albany had
SENIOR GUARD CALEB QUERNEMOEN scored

eight fast break points, five


15 points in two games this week including netting 12

second chance points and


against Willmar at home Tuesday night. (Photo by Bill

scored 16 points off turnovers.


Morgan)

Becker scoring: was just quicker, more aggres- Callahan 2 and Bryce Boser 1.
Dertinger 10, Gustafson 10, sive and shot better from the Willmar scoring:
Justin Kringler 6, Cade Calla- field than Becker in the 25- Slagter 35, Ryan Slette 15,
han 5, Sam Ricker 3, Caleb point drubbing. Adam Roux 8, Ty Roelofs 8,
Quernemoen 3 and Nick Mit- Willmar capitalized on Noah Getz 3, Cameron Mur-
telsteadt 1. 18 steals and 39 rebounds phy 3 and Connor Stevens 2.
Albany scoring: Hylla while star Noah Slagter Up Next
14, Adam Winkels 9, Deegan drained 35 points to capture The Bulldogs traveled to
Findley 9, Isaac Nett 7, Jordan the win. Dassel-Cokato Friday night
Schiffler 3, Deven Gertken 2, Becker was led by (full report on game will ap-
Emmett van der Hagen 2 and Dertinger, who had 13 points. pear in next week’s Citizen-
Carter Huberty 2. Becker scoring: Tribune).
Willmar 74, Becker 49 Dertinger 13, Quernemoen 12, Monday, the Bulldogs
Becker got scoring from Gustafson 6, Ricker 4, Travis host St. Cloud Apollo and
10 different players Tuesday Myers 4, Mittelsteadt 3, Thursday they hit the road for
night at home, but Willmar Kringler 2, Gabe Lindbom 2, Zimmerman.

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