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Girls Basketball: Tigers win two straight

Ramsey Tulenchik scored 37 points across two games

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PR-B's Cate Travis shoots the ball as the Tigers defeated the Sebeka Trojans on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2022.
Ashley Smith / Echo Journal Correspondent
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SEBEKA — Ramsey Tulenchik tallied 14 points to lead Pine River-Backus to a 75-40 win in a Section 5-1A showdown on Thursday, Dec. 8.

Hannah Barchus added 11 points and Alaura Dahl and Cate Travis each finished with 10 in the Tigers.

Sebeka 20 20 -- 40

Pine River-Backus 38 37 -- 75

SEBEKA

Mandy Quaschnick 7, Maci Lake 2, Emma Ness 3, Samantha Stevens 4, Annika Pulju 10, Kyla Watson 4, Mya Weaver 6, Kenzie Bullock 1, Bella Connor 3. FT 5- 19 (26%).

PINE RIVER-BACKUS

Alaura Dahl 10, Cate Travis 10, Brianna Hanneken 3, Ramsey Tulenchik 14, Ella Dahl 5, Caylei Johnson 1, Sawyer Tulenchik 8, Hannah Barchus 11, Mimi Bueckers 7, Aaliyah Lewis 6. FT 13-21 (62%).

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PR-B 73, Browerville 62

PINE RIVER — Tulenchik’s 23 points led the Pine River-Backus Tigers to a 73-62 victory over Browerville/Eagle Valley in a Section 5-1A matchup on Tuesday, Dec. 6.

Barchus added 17 points followed by Travis’ 16 for the Tigers.

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Browerville/Eagle Valley 37 25 -- 62

Pine River-Backus 40 33 -- 73

BROWERVILLE

Ava Lorentz 6, Lauren Schnettler 19, Anna Myers 19, Abby Marxer 3, Madison Wendel 10, Ella Cuchna 5.

PINE RIVER-BACKUS

Alaura Dahl 9, Cate Travis 16, Ramsey Tulenchik 23, Sawyer Tulenchik 8, Hannah Barchus 17.

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Hannah Barchus led the team with eight points
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PR-B picked up victories over Cherry, Clearbrook-Convik and Red Lake

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