Rush City girls basketball
Neither Jaguars nor Lions could measure up to an ambush of Tigers who came ready to play — on the basketball court, that is. The Rush City girls basketball team slaughtered the Hinckley-Finlayson Jaguars 71-39, and then tamed the Ogilvie Lions 45-32 last week. In the first game, the Tigers took th...Read More
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After beating Grantsburg 64-59 last week, the Rush City girls basketball team took the trip to neighboring Braham and fell 91-26 to the No. 4 state ranked Bombers. Rush City went in to the locker room with a seven-point lead at the half against Grantsburg, and extended that lead to 17 in the second ...Read More
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Pink Out the Gym in RC The Rush City girls basketball team will be having its third annual Pink Out the Gym fundraiser on senior night, Feb. 21, versus Mora. T-shirt orders can be taken by contacting any girl basketball player in grades 7 through 12. Money and orders need to be in to the [...]...Read More
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Once on a nice winning streak, the Rush City girls basketball team is struggling a bit in regaining its past form. In games against Moose Lake/Willow River and Foley, the Tigers fell 47-29 to the Rebels, and it didn’t get any easier against the Falcons who won in a 81-54 rout. “Tough way to end ...Read More
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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 t...Read More
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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 t...Read More
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