Archived Story

Comet girls fall to Chargers

Published 11:14am Friday, February 8, 2013

The Brandon-Evansville girls basketball team brought a fury of offense to Hillcrest Thursday night. With three players scoring in double digits, the Chargers cruised to a 62-44 victory.

Emily Friedrich topped the Charger’s score column with 17 points. Carlie Steffenson followed up with 13, while Megan Friedrich added 10.

Despite only scoring 14 in the first half, the Comets put up a fight with 30 in the second. Leading Hillcrest’s surge was the duo of Kelsey Nersten and Abbe Monacelli, who finished with 18 and 12 points, respectively.

Brandon-Evansville will be back in action next Thursday, when they host Battle Lake at 6:15. Hillcrest suits up Saturday at home against Ortonville. The game will begin at 3:30.

Editor's Picks

Arrest for stolen vehicle at Fergus Perkins

A police call was made Tuesday from a Perkins restaurant in Fergus that culminated with an arrest on a stolen vehicle charge. Alexandria, Minnesota resident Kirk ... Read more

Next school year could start before Labor Day [UPDATED]

Labor Day is on Sept. 7 this year, much later than usual, and the Fergus Falls School Board is trying to manage the school year ... Read more

Ice racing in Underwood slides through 2nd week [UPDATED]

A long standing Underwood event was in its second week of the year Sunday — the local tradition of racing cars on ice. While icy ... Read more

‘It’s the most bizarre season’

Nordic cross country ski team has canceled several meets For high school cross country skiers, no snow means no skiing. “It’s impacted this season significantly,” ... Read more