Rush City boys basketball
Tigers finish year at .500 It was a roller coaster ride for the Rush City boys basketball team, which closed its season with a three-point loss at Moose Lake-Willow River in late February. The Tigers started its 2014-15 season with three wins in their first four games, including two Great River Conf...Read More
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The Rush City boys basketball team split with Great River Conference opponents last week. The Tigers fell in a close one on the road against Pine City, 58-55, last Tuesday, before bouncing back to cruise past Onamia, 74-46, last Friday. Rush City is 7-8 overall, 6-4 in the GRC and 1-4 in Section 7AA...Read More
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Tigers earn GRC win at home The Rush City boys basketball team clinched a close win over a Great River Conference opponent last Friday. The Tigers defeated East Central, 65-60, for their sixth win of the year. Head coach Jeremy Albright said his squad had to work to undo damage in the second half af...Read More
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The Rush City boys basketball team suffered its first loss of the season last Tuesday on the road against Moose Lake-Willow River. The Tigers lost 73-66 after struggling with foul trouble and a sluggish first-half performance, according to head coach Jeremy Albright, who added that his visiting play...Read More
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RC basketball boys win five in a row— With five wins in a row under its belt, the Rush City boys basketball team comes into the home stretch of the season with a fury. The Tigers traveled to Aitkin on Friday and pulled out a 56-53 victory after losing to the Gobblers earlier in January [...]...Read More
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Tigers defeat Ogilvie, East Central It was two successful showings on the road last week for the Rush City boys basketball team as they took on Ogilvie and East Central and beat both Great River Conference opponents. During last Thursday’s games against the Lions, the Tigers left everything on the...Read More
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Tigers look to improve on defense The Rush City boys basketball team came back from an 11-day break between games to host Aitkin (5-6) last Friday and came up just short in the Great River Conference matchup. The Tigers struggled in the first half and trailed 35-23 at the break, but came back to out...Read More
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