braham girls basketball
The Braham girls basketball squad’s season came to a close with a cold stretch down the final minutes in a 39-36 loss to North top-seed Annandale in the March 11 Section 5AA semifinals at St. Michael-Albertville H.S. The loss halted the Bombers’ five-year run of reaching the State tourney as the...Read More
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Braham defeated Foley 62-47 in the Section 5AA girls basketball quarterfinals held Saturday, March 8 at St. Michael-Albertville H.S. Leading the way for the Bombers were Jaclyn Hollenkamp (18 points), Jenna Winter (17) and Kayla Nickles (13). The North No. 2 seed Bombers (23-4) will next take on top...Read More
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Braham closed the first half on a 9-2 run, then the Bombers advanced their lead to 21 points in the second half before defeating Maple Lake 62-47 in the Section 5AA girls basketball opener March 6. Jaclyn Hollenkamp scored  11 in the second half and 19 points in the game to lead the Bombers. Senior...Read More
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Braham girls basketball was seeded in the North No. 2 slot for this week’s Section 5AA tourney. The Bombers (22-4) will open at home against No. 7 Maple Lake (5-17) Thursday, March 6 (7 p.m.). A victory sends them to the Saturday quarterfinals, 4 p.m. at St. Michael-Albertville H.S. against either...Read More
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BASKETBALL UPDATES: Braham girls basketball endured for a 55-49 victory at the tough Isle gym Tuesday, Feb. 18 to take a big step toward clinching the program’s fifth-straight Great River championship. The Bombers need a win at Onamia Feb. 21 to officially lock up the title. On that path, the Bom...Read More
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Braham clinched its 11th straight Great River boys basketball title with a 79-68 home win over Aitkin Feb. 11, extending the team’s conference win streak to 65 games. John Larson scored 24 points and also led with 6 assists for the Bombers against the Gobblers. Zach Dahlman had 16 points and 4 reb...Read More
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Cambridge-Isanti boys basketball recorded two wins in three nights, beginning with a 74-63 victory over Coon Rapids Feb. 1. The win was the 400th for Bluejacket head coach Mike McDonald. Kyle McDonald scored 24 points, and Nate Cox hit 5-of-9 three-pointers to finish with 21 points. Matt Swanson fin...Read More
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