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Girls Basketball: Tigers fall to Braves

Ramsey Tulenchik scored 11 points as PR-B lost to Menahga

PR-B's Claire Dahl
PR-B's Claire Dahl drives the lane in PR-B's game against Menahga on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2022.
Lena Richards / Echo Journal Correspondent

MENAHGA โ€” Ramsey Tulenchik scored 11 points for the Pine River-Backus Tigers as they lost 52-24 to the Menahga Braves in a non-conference game Thursday, Jan. 20.

Menahga 22 30 โ€“ 52
Pine River-Backus 9 15 โ€“ 24

MENAHGA
MacKenzie Anderson 2, Maryn Pinoniemi 12, Lela Peterson 13, Erica Tormanen 2, Amanda Lake 15, Janie Tormanen 2, Joie Koll 3, Alleathea Pfeifer 1, Leah Weaver 2.

PINE RIVER-BACKUS
Cate Travis 3, Caden Borman 3, Ramsey Tulenchik 11, Claire Dahl 7. Overall: 6-8.

Ramsey Tulenchik
PR-B's Ramsey Tulenchik fights off a double-team in the Tigers' game against Menahga on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2022.
Lena Richards / Echo Journal Correspondent

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