THE HORNETS ON defense in a game earlier this season. (From left) Paige Nagorski (15), Sam Kuhlow (21), Kelly Jochum (43) and Ana Doran (3).

Ladies fall to Spring Lake Park, 55-44

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Staff Writer
Ken Francis
The Big Lake girls basketball team lost to Spring Lake park in a non-conference game last Friday, 55-44.
It was a low scoring game for both teams in the first half, with the Hornets taking an 18-16 advantage into the break.
But the Panthers played a strong second half, outscoring the Hornets, 39-26 to pull away for the win.
Eight different Hornets put points on the board.
Kelsey Nelson had nine points to lead Big Lake.
Kelly Jochum scored eight and Ana Doran had seven.
Paige Nagorski finished with six, and Paige Domyahn and Emma Anderson each had four.
The Hornets are 3-7 on the season. They played North Branch Friday, results to follow next week. They host STMA Tuesday at 7:15 and visit Buffalo on Friday.

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Timothy 'Timm" Crandall

BIG LAKE COBORN’S STAFF have been raising funds for the Big Lake Fire Dept. through brat sales and the sale of buttons. Last week Coborns’s staff posed for a picture by the grill. Front row are Vicki Sabre and Kitty Underwood. Back row is Ashley Pelkey, Amy Fiester, Manager Mitch Utecht, Melissa Schafer, Michelle Galvin, Matt Schacht, Curt Allgood and John Howard. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

MEMBERS OF THE Big Lake American Legion flag corps, at attention during Monday’s Memorial Day services. From left, Dennis Gail, Don McVeigh, Don Deuel and Gary Poslusny. (Photos by Gary W. Meyer)

Larry and Lavina Pattee