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Basketball: Thunder girls team finish 1st in MYAS

Players on this team are from Pequot Lakes, Pine River, Brainerd, Pierz and Royalton.

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The Central Lakes Thunder 10th/11th grade girls basketball team took first place in their division in the MYAS tournament on Sunday, May 22, in St. Michael to take home first place T-shirts. Front row, from left: Kaitlyn Geschwill, Claire Prokott, Alaura Dahl and Ruby Brinkman. Middle row: Coach Ann Flaws, Mya Wolbeck, Alyssa Schommer, Ava Schoenrock, Lily Riley, Hannah Krueger and Emma Flaws. Back row: Coach Jeff Schoenrock and Coach Shawn Wolbeck. Players on this team are from Pequot Lakes, Pine River, Brainerd, Pierz and Royalton.
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ST. MICHAEL — The Central Lakes Thunder 10th/11th grade girls basketball team took first place in their division in the MYAS tournament on Sunday, May 22, in St. Michael to take home first place T-shirts. Front row, from left: Kaitlyn Geschwill, Claire Prokott, Alaura Dahl and Ruby Brinkman. Middle row: Coach Ann Flaws, Mya Wolbeck, Alyssa Schommer, Ava Schoenrock, Lily Riley, Hannah Krueger and Emma Flaws. Back row: Coach Jeff Schoenrock and Coach Shawn Wolbeck. Players on this team are from Pequot Lakes, Pine River, Brainerd, Pierz and Royalton.

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