Braves come out on top vs. Panthers


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Tribune photo by Arv Koontz/ Brownstown Central sophomore Kasandra Rieckers, left, protects the ball from Jennings County's Kirsten Biggs during Saturday's game at Brownstown.


Tribune photo by Arv Koontz/ Brownstown Central senior Kaylee Bennett, left, keeps the ball away from Jennings County's Katie Wilson, right, as Braves sophomore Kasandra Rieckers looks on during Saturday's game at Brownstown.


For the past few weeks, coach Karla Rieckers has been waiting for her Brownstown Central girls basketball team to come up with a performance like it did Saturday afternoon against Jennings County.

“I thought today, for the most part, we put together a complete game,” Rieckers said after the Braves outscored the Panthers 13-4 in the third quarter and went on to win 46-37.

“You could maybe take out a minute or two here or there, but we really put together a complete game,” she said. “Typically, we have not been a strong third-quarter team. We’ve struggled in games past, and I was really pleased with our effort today.

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