Area Girls Basketball: Lake Region stumbles in state quarters

Two area girls basketball teams were in action Tuesday, Feb. 28.

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PLYMOUTH — Nikole Thorson’s eight points and eight rebounds led the No. 7 seeded Lake Region Christian Hornets in a 46-10 loss to No. 2 seeded Fourth Baptist in the Minnesota Association of Christian Schools State Quarterfinals Tuesday, Feb. 28.

Fourth Baptist 33 13 -- 46

Lake Region 7 3 -- 10

Fourth Baptist

Kenzie Johnson 1, Megan Paige 4, Lily Brore 6, Alyssa Stephans 8, Sydney Weisser 2, Clara Rischl 9, Paige Emiles 4, Addie Farish 2, JoJo Rischl 10.


Olivia Adams 1, Nikole Thorson 8, Emma Moore 1. FG 4-44 (9.1%), FT 2-8 (25%). 3-point 0-12 (0%). Next: vs. No. 6 Prior Lake in Minnesota Association of Christian Schools State Consolation Semifinals in Minneapolis 11 a.m. Thursday, March 2.

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