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Girls Basketball: Cass Lake-Bena outscores Tigers

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CASS LAKE — Ramsey Tulenchik scored 23 points for the Pine River-Backus Tigers as they lost 61-42 to the Cass Lake-Bena Panthers in a Northwoods Conference girls’ basketball game Thursday, Feb. 17.

The Tigers, who dropped to 6-6 in the conference and 10-12 overall, are scheduled to end the regular season at Browerville-Eagle Valley on Thursday, Feb. 24.

Cass Lake-Bena 30 31 – 61

Pine River-Backus 19 23 – 42

CASS LAKE-BENA

Taryn Frazer 15, Krisalyn Seeyle 13, Alexiah LaRose 2, Gabby Fineday 12, Jenni Wind 3, Amira LaDuke 16.

PINE RIVER-BACKUS

Cate Travis 4, Ramsey Tulenchik 23, Emily Hanneken 3, Hannah Barchus 6.

Clearbrook-Gonvick 57, Tigers 54

On Tuesday, Feb. 15, Tulenchik tallied 35 points for Pine River-Backus as they fell to the Clearbrook-Gonvick Bears.

Emily Hanneken added eight points for the Tigers in the Northwoods Conference game.

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Clearbrook-Gonvick 29 28 – 57

Pine River-Backus 26 28 – 54

PINE RIVER-BACKUS

Cate Travis 2, Ramsey Tulenchik 35, Claire Dahl 6, Emily Hanneken 8, Hannah Barchus 3.

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