Braham boys finish 16-0 in Great River

Braham cleaned the Great River boys basketball slate after downing visiting East Central 71-35 Feb. 25. The Eagles led early 9-2 before the Bombers tore off on a 17-1 run to sweep their closest conference competition.

“The seniors on this team helped the program go 62-2 in the conference over their four seasons. We’re very proud of them,” said Braham Coach Bob Vaughan.

The Bombers enjoyed balanced scoring against the Eagles with points supplied from Tyler Vaughan (16), Cameron Braund (15), Ben Thiry (13) Drew Klemz (10), Kyle Grell (6), Bret Cuda (5) and Anthony Bias (4).

On March 1, Braham beat visiting Legacy Christian 88-60. Thiry (26), Vaughan (20) and Braund (16) led the scoring.

The Bombers can lock up the top seed for the Section 7AA playoffs by defeating host Mora March 4 (7:30 p.m.).

GRC Boys Basketball

Braham 16-0, 23-2; East Central 14-2, 19-6; Pine City 9-7, 9-16; Isle 8-8, 12-13; Rush City 8-8, 10-11; Aitkin 7-9, 8-17; Hinckley-Fin. 6-10, 8-13; Onamia 4-12, 7-18; Ogilvie 0-16, 2-20. 7AA Leaders: Braham 23-2; Moose Lake 23-2; Virginia 22-4; International Falls 21-4; Deer River 20-5; Esko 19-6.

7AAA frontrunner East defeats Bluejackets

Saturday afternoon, Section 7AAAA leader Duluth East hung an 83-43 defeat on Cambridge-Isanti. Lutterman led C-I with 15 points, with Bosacker scoring 7 and 5 points each from Ryan Rosenberg and Tom Selz.

On March 1, host Becker beat the C-I boys 74-58. The Bluejackets celebrate “Seniors Night” in their final home game March 4 vs. Big Lake.

M-8 Boys Basketball

Buffalo 14-2, 19-6; St. Michael-Alb. 13-2, 19-6; Rogers 11-4, 16-8; Zimmerman 8-7, 17-8; Big Lake 8-7, 15-10; Monticello 5-10, 8-17; Cambridge-Isanti 4-11, 8-17; Becker 4-11, 7-17; Princeton 1-14, 5-19.  7AAAA Leaders: Duluth East 18-6; Duluth Central 17-8; Blaine 16-9; Forest Lake 15-10; Anoka 11-13.

 

 

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