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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Aurelia boys win second in a row

SCHALLER - The Aurelia Bulldog basketball teams played a Northwest Conference double dip here on Feb. 3, and came away with one win.

In the opener, the Bulldog girls trailed throughout the contest, and lost to the Rockets,47-25. No one scored in double figures for the Bulldogs, who were led by Meghan Glawe's eight points. Erin Laursen scored six, Audrey Winterhof five, and Amber Loucks four for Coach Tim Galvin's young team, which has but a single win on the season.

Bulldog rebounders were led by Shaina Thevenin, who took eight caroms off the glass. Glawe and Kayla Bruns each had six boards. Thevenin also had five steals.

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Aurelia's Shaina Thevenin dribbles the ball to safety against a host of Schaller-Crestland defenders in recent girls basketball action in Aurelia. Photo by Dan Whitney
Chelsea Clayton led the Rockets with 19 points, while Sidney Shell scored 13 and Molly Sippel had nine.

The Bulldog boys played well, winning their second straight contest, 47-34.

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Aurelia's Jordan Glawe dribbles the ball against two defenders in recent boys basketball action in Aurelia. The Bulldogs defeated Schaller-Crestland on the road on Feb. 3. Photo by Dan Whitney
Aurelia boys coach Grant Peckenschneider said his team "played a solid game on defense. We were up by nine, and Schaller went on a 9-0 run to tie it in the mid- third quarter, but we hit some big threes in the third to get a little momentum back."

Senior Aaron Bruce "played a solid game al night," according to his coach. Bruce led the Bulldog scorers with 24 points. Peckenschneider was also very pleased with the play of Nick Hirschman, who he said "took a step forward tonight. He attacked the bucket and had 15 rebounds. Hopefully that gives him more confidence down the stretch. Glad to see him rebound like that."

Hirschman also scored seven points, and Camrin Meyer had a double-double, with 10 points and 10 boards, and also had three steals and blocked three shots.

Coach Peckenschneider said, "We are trying to click a little going into the tournament. We have some decent players, and if we put an entire game together, we could make a little noise in the post-season."



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