Rush City girls basketball

On Dec. 18 the Rush City girls basketball team traveled to Wisconsin to fight it out with Frederic. The teams traded points in the first half, until Rush City caused some turnovers and increased its lead to end the half up 28-22. The Tigers continued to put the pressure on and increased their lead to […]

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The Rush City girls basketball team thrashed conference rivals Pine City and Ogilvie last week. The Tigers hosted and mauled the Lions, sending them back to Ogilvie with a 70-38 loss. “The girls started strong again to begin the game and did not look back,” coach Mark Henrich said. “The best thing about the game […]

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The Rush City girls basketball team defeated the Hinckley Jaguars 67-46 to bring home its first victory of the season. “The girls rebounded well from last week’s loss (75-22 to Braham, ranked #7 in the state) and started fast against Hinckley-Finlayson,” said coach Mark Henrich. “The team started the game with an 8-0 run and […]

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In its first game of 2012-13, the Rush City girls basketball team faced possibly its toughest opponent of this season when it hosted No. 7 state- ranked Braham. The Tigers put up a valiant fight against the Bombers. The Bombers are led by Minnesota’s all-time career scoring leader for high school basketball (Rebecca Dahlman with […]

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By Victoria Dahlin — After defeating Aitkin in the Section 7AA first round playoffs, the Rush City girls basketball team ended its season by falling to #3 state-ranked Braham in the quarterfinals. The #4 south seeded Tigers hosted the #5 seed Gobblers last Thursday, a day later than scheduled due to the snowstorm. Rush City […]

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By Victoria Dahlin— After losing to Isle and defeating Onamia last week the Rush City girls basketball team ended regular season play by finishing third in the Great River Conference. On Feb. 21, the Tigers hosted the #10 state-ranked Huskies and lost 77-39. Then on Thursday, the girls held on to defeat the visiting Panthers […]

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