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Girls Basketball: Warriors top Sauk Rapids with 4th-straight win

Brainerd hosts Sauk Rapids Feb. 3

Olivia Tautges
Olivia Tautges

BRAINERD — Olivia Tautges scored 18 points and grabbed six rebounds in the Brainerd Warriors 59-39 Central Lakes Conference win over Sauk Rapids Thursday, Feb. 3.

The Warriors have now won four-straight games and swept the season series with Sauk Rapids with their 66-53 victory Dec. 10.

Myah Nelson was the other Warrior in double figures with 11 points.

Sauk Rapids 18 21 — 39

Brainerd 30 29 — 59

SAUK RAPIDS

Mackenzie Felchle 6, Grace Roesch 8, Courtney Paulsen 4, Corina Miller 2, Sienna Petermeier 3, Mia Rogholt 14, Lauren Schloe 2. FG 13-49 (26.5%), FT 8-14 (57.1%). 3-point 5-17 (29.4%).

BRAINERD

Kate Stadum 3, Myah Nelson 11, Meghan Smith 7, Brook Sandberg 2, Mya Tautges 6, Olivia Tautges 18, Emma Tautges 9, AJ Johnson 3. FG 22-55 (40%), FT 7-13 (53.8%). 3-point 8-32 (25%). Conference: 8-1. Overall: 14-3. Next: at Detroit Lakes 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 5.

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