Bombs Away: Bombers Big Night Highlights Tuesday’s Games

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010 at 6:45 am
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Braham's Ben Thiry rises over Dragons guar Derek Lutz

The Braham Bombers lived up to their name in Tuesdays 85-64 win over Pine City, as the bombed nine three-pointers.  Sophomore Tyler Vaughan led the way with three triples on his way to a game high 24 points.  With the win Braham improves to 6-2.

Head Coach Bob Vaughan:

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The loss is Pine City’s third in four games after a 4-0 start to the year.  They were led by Derek Lutz who finished with 22 points.

Pine City Head Coach Eric Wicktor:

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Pine City is back home Friday taking on Onamia.  Braham travels to Hinckley-FInlayson.

Other boys basketball scores:

Aitkin 68 Ogilvie 40

Rush City 60 Onamia 43

Princeton 79 Cambridge-Isanti 71

Columbia Heights 74 North Branch 57

East Central 49 Hinckley-Finlayson46

Frederic 40 Northwood 34

The Pine City lady Dragons are able to handle Hinckley-Finlayson.  The Dragons win 60-43 led by Jamie Dickey’s 13 points and 10 rebounds.  That’s Dickey’s first career double-double as the Dragons improve to 7-2.

Other local girls basketball scores:

North Branch 48 Columbia Heights 30

Sauk Center 62 Mora40

Cambridge-Isanti 74 Princeton 38

Braham 74 Aitkin 48

Northwood 79 Frederic 31

On the ice, a thriller heard on Classic Hits 105.7 WXCX.  The Burnett Blizz end a five game losing streak with a 4-3 overtime win over Mora-Hinckley-Finlayson.  The loss is the Mustangs first since December 22nd.

Moose-Lake Area also gets a win beating Pine City-Rush City.

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