Lady Dogs top Jaguars for first win

This article submitted by Sara Lieser on 12/13/00.

On Tuesday, Dec. 5, the Bulldogs traveled to Brooten and got their first win against the Jaguars in a nonconference game.

The game was close in the first half, but the Bulldogs outscored the Jaguars 28-15 in the second half and won 49-38.

Both teams started out about the same with the Jaguars outscoring the Dogs by two points in the first two quarters. BBE led 23-21 at the half.

The Bulldogs came out strong in the third quarter, playing tough offense and defense. They scored 28 points and held the Jaguars to 15 points.

A strong point for the Dogs was shooting, as they shot 20 for 39 from the field. Steph Krupke and Stacy Lieser led the Bulldogs with 13 points apiece.

The Bulldogs also made five three-pointers, with three by Lieser, one by Krupke, and one by Lisa Hemingson.

The Dogs once again rebounded well, grabbing 23 boards. Heidi Jansen led the Dogs in rebounding with six, and Hemingson was right behind with five.

Quickness was also a key factor in the game. The Dogs pushed the ball up the floor, which led to some easy points.

Krupke led the team as she dished out five assists. Krupke and Lieser each had three steals to lead the team.

The Bulldogs played in Annandale last night. They have their first home game tomorrow night against LPGE.

They will play at Melrose on Tuesday, Dec. 19.

Paynesville--9 12 12 16 - 49
BBE--10 13 4 11 - 38

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