Eagles win 2, lose 1

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Staff Writer
Jennifer Edwards
The Becker Big Lake  Eagles beat Legacy Christian Academy 4-3 Saturday and North Branch, 10-2 at home Monday.
The Eagles Alec Green scored the only goal of the first period with an assist from Zach Vieau.
Both North Branch goals were scored in the second period, Vieau scored for the Eagles with assists from Ethan Boutin and Tristan Gust. Green scored on a power play with assists from Nick Stalpes and Grant Vickerman. At the end of the second period the score was 3-2  in the Eagles favor.
In the third period, the Eagles came out and scored seven times to take the win. Stalpes put three in the net. Boutin scored one, Vieau scored one, Collin Downs and Gust also scored.
In Saturday’s game versus Legacy Christian Academy, Legacy got the first goal in the first period. Green scored for the Eagles with an assist from Stalpes, then Legacy scored again. John Messman scored for the Eagles with an assist from Taylor Giving to end the period with a 2-2 tie.
Stalpes scored unassisted six seconds into the second period. Legacy came back and scored again, ending the second period with a 3-3 tie.
In the third period, Stalpes scored unassisted at 7:31 and the Eagles held off the Legacy offense to take the game, 4-3.
The Eagles take on Princeton Tuesday at home and Minnehaha Academy in an away meet Thursday. Section play begins Saturday. The Eagles are 11-9 on the season.

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DAUNTE BATES is ready to enjoy his lunch.

MONTICELLO PUBLIC WORKS Mike Rogers catching the cockatoo which flew into a window of their building. (Submitted photos).

2014-2015 SHERBURNE COUNTY FAIR Junior Royalty are Duke Mike Edlund, Duchess Sophia Gerou, King Justice Haom, Queen Peyton Provost, Prince Tyson Newman and Princess Lilian Lies with the past royalty. (Submitted photo courtesy of Always Platinum Photography).

SMOKEY THE BEAR posed for a picture with Mia and Yazmine Garcia at the Big Lake Public Library. Smokey teaches everyone to prevent wildfires. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

Cooper Adcock and Natalie Johnson volunteered to be in charge of selling snacks to weary shoppers at the Sale of Stuff.