Rush City girls basketball
The Tigers traveled to Mora last Tuesday and won 63-58, then hit the road again Friday night at Braham, where they fell 70-32. Rush City earned the fifth seed in Section 7AA and travel to fourth-seeded Aitkin Wednesday, March 5, for the opening round of the postseason at 7 p.m. Esko and Barnum earne...Read More
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Vikings seek revenge in second matchup As they enter the homestretch of the 2013-14 regular season, the North Branch basketball girls are fighting for a .500 record. The Vikings faced Princeton twice in the past week while making up a weather-related game postponement. During last Tuesday’s matchu...Read More
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The Rush City girls basketball team hosted Aitkin in a conference matchup last week, but were unable to stop the visitors as they fell, 56-45. Nelson led with 10 points, followed by junior Haylie Gilbert with eight points. Junior Payton Ramberg put up six points while sophomore Lindsey Williams adde...Read More
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Tigers fall 57-50 to  basketball powerhouse Braham Fans who attended the Rush City girls basketball home game against Braham at home last Thursday night witnessed quite the battle among the conference rivals. It was a slow start at first for the Tigers, though. The Tigers committed 12 turnovers in ...Read More
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Student athletes on the Rush City girls basketball team have been recognized for their efforts over this past season. Abby Scherer was named All-Conference and Payton Ramberg, Honorable Mention, in the Great River Conference. In team awards, Scherer and Ramberg received the MVP honor; Lindsey Willia...Read More
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Defeating Mora in the first round of section play, the Rush City girls basketball team’s season was ended by Braham in the Section 7AA quarterfinals. After hosting Mora only a week before, the No. 4 seeded Tigers hosted and tamed the No. 5 section seed Mustangs to earn a 63-60 win. “After coming...Read More
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After annihilating the Panthers, the Tiger girls basketball team scratched out a win in overtime against the Mustangs last week. Rush City dominated Onamia from the start taking a 34-14 lead at the half and in the end won 62-20 sending the Panthers home licking their wounds. “Tonight was Parent’...Read More
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