Girls Basketball: Stadum, Warriors stifle Crush

The Brainerd Warriors faced the St. Cloud Crush Thursday, Feb. 16.

Kate Stadum

ST. CLOUD — Brainerds Kate Stadum posted 19 points and four assists for the Warriors as they beat the St. Cloud Crush 54-46 Thursday, Feb. 16.

Kylee Soens and Addison Bjorklund each added nine points for the Warriors in the Central Lakes Conference game.

The win was the third in the last four games for Brainerd.

St. Cloud 15 31 – 46

Brainerd 32 22 – 54


Elise Hausmann 6, Miracle Jensen 4, Brittany Myllykangas 2, Abby Brown 9, Maddie Nefs 2, Alexis Finken 3, Camryn Kenning 16. FG 18-51 (35.3%), FT 6-17 (35%).3-point 4-18 (22.2%)


Kate Stadum 19, Kylee Soens 9, Emma Sheflo 2, Mya Tautges 3, Ana Bjorklund 3, Brook Sandberg 4, Karley Dunham 2, AJ Johnson 3, Addison Bjorklund 9. FG 15-57 (26%), FT 17-27 (63%). 3-point 7-24 (29%). Conference: 5-6. Overall: 9-14. Next: hosts Sartell 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 21.

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