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Monday, February 5, 2018
Basketball (G)

Rocket Girls Win Fifth Straight Game

By Craig Olson - Underwood, MN

The Underwood girls basketball team made 27-of-32 free throws and shot 40% (20-50) from the field on Monday night as they won their fifth straight game and improved their overall season record to 15-5 with a 71-50 victory over Brandon-Evansville in Underwood. 

Sydney Hovland (22 points, 7 rebounds, 5 steals), Corina Mark (17 points), Kayla Rocholl (13 points, 3 assists, 5 steals), Ally Johnson (7 points, 4 rebounds) and Brenna Tinjum (6 points, 7 assists, 4 rebounds) led the lady Rockets. 

“Corina really had a nice game scoring a career high 17 points,” said Head Coach Brian Hovland. “We did a nice job of attacking the hoop and getting to the line. Brandon-Evansville shot the ball really well in the second half hitting 6 of their 8 three pointers. Give them credit for cutting a 20 point halftime lead to 10 about midway through the second half. We were able to buckle down defensively and get some better looks too open the lead back up. We have a very important conference and section game at Parkers Prairie Thursday.”

Sara Jacobson led Brandon-Evansville with 11 points, 2 rebounds and 3 assists.  Kristin Kokett added 8 points and 2 assists, Emily Bukkila distributed 4 assists and Madalynn Otto added 7 points and 3 rebounds.  Haddey Zastrow contributed 6 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists and Madison Quinn added 6 points and 5 rebounds.

The Chargers were 18-for-36 (50%) from the field andmade 8-of-14 (57%) from beyond the arc.

"We had a slow start and got ourselves in a hole early," said B-E Head Coach Sam Lange.  "We did a great job of fighting back a couple of times in the game, but each time we got close Underwood was able to pull away.  We shot well, but had too many turnovers to beat any team, let alone a good team like Underwood."

Brandon-Evansville (9-11) will play a Little Eight Conference game Thursday night in Ashby.

 

 

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