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Girls basketball: Tigers trounce Eagles - Wynn celebrates 1,000th point

Bailey Wynn had an extra reason to celebrate, scoring her 1,000th career point in a 89-22 victory over the Northland Eagle on Friday, Dec. 15. The PR-B junior scored a game-high 32 points in the game to lead the tigers. Sidney Lodge tallied 15 po...

Bailey Wynn looks to drive in the Tigers' game against LaPorte on Friday, Dec. 15.
Bailey Wynn looks to drive in the Tigers' game against LaPorte on Friday, Dec. 15. Lena Richards / Echo Journal Correspondent

Bailey Wynn had an extra reason to celebrate, scoring her 1,000th career point in a 89-22 victory over the Northland Eagle on Friday, Dec. 15.

The PR-B junior scored a game-high 32 points in the game to lead the tigers.

Sidney Lodge tallied 15 points and five assists for the Tigers in her first start, and Gabby Rainwater recorded a double-double, finishing with 10 points and 13 rebounds.

Twelve different players were in the scoring column for the Tigers.

Northland 10 12-22

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Pine River-Backus 57 32-89

NORTHLAND

Maddy Greene 4, Myah Hess 2, Toby Soyring 8, Alexis Cash 5, Taylor Tschida 3. FG 5-23 (22 percent), FT 0-4 (0 percent). 3-point 0-6 (0 percent).

PINE RIVER-BACKUS

Bailey Wynn 32, Sidney Lodge 13, Gabby Rainwater 10, Olivia Adkins 7, Katie Hanneken 2, Claire Dahl 6, Jamie Johnson 6, Bella Netland 2, Vivian Bueckers 4, Anna Felthous 2, Emma Barchus 2. Emma Templeton 3. FG 24-45 (53 percent), FT 2-6 (33 percent). 3-point 7-15 (47 percent). Overall: 4-2.

PR-B guard Bailey Wynn, shown with coaches Tucker Sheley (left) and Randy Schwegel, celebrated the scoring of her 1,000th career point following the Tigers' game on Friday, Dec. 15.
PR-B guard Bailey Wynn, shown with coaches Tucker Sheley (left) and Randy Schwegel, celebrated the scoring of her 1,000th career point following the Tigers' game on Friday, Dec. 15. Ashley Smith / Echo Journal Correspondent

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