Defiant Braves squeeze out win at Brown County


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Tribune photo by Dennis Dunn/ Brownstown Central junior Trinity Booher, left, sets up the offense as Brown County's Rebecca Wedan defends during Saturday's game at Nashville.


Tribune photo by Dennis Dunn/ Brownstown Central senior Kaylee Bennett (30) drives past Brown County defenders during Saturday's game at Nashville.


NASHVILLE

Midway through the second quarter of Saturday’s Brownstown Central-Brown County girls basketball game, the host Eagles led 11-9 after a 3-point basket.

During the next three minutes, however, the Braves scored 12 straight points to lead 21-11.

Brownstown continued to lead throughout the rest of the game, and the Braves managed to eke out a 41-39 win and move to 7-7 on the year, while the Eagles fell to 7-7.

This was the Braves’ first win at Brown County since the 2008-09 season, and coach Karla Rieckers was happy to walk away with the win.

“I thought for the most part, we had a pretty good game,” she said. “There were a few minutes there where they put on the press and we panicked and made a few turnovers we shouldn’t have.”

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