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Carlton Girls Secure Little Brown Jug Again


Cade Pierson – NSO

Photos by: Marianne Pierson


In a battle for the traditional little brown jug, the lady Bulldogs held home-court advantage thanks to their previous jug game win, as they battled with cross-town rival Wrenshall in the lopsided 54-16 victory.

In the first half, the Bulldogs would control from the beginning, as Senior Jenna Reed scored the games first two points off a starting tip set play.

Reed, and the Bulldogs, would continue that hot start, as she ended with a game-high 18 points, and Carlton held a 30-12 advantage at the half.

Carlton’s defense would show their teeth in the second half, as they held the Wren’s to a total of four second-half points, outscoring them 24-4, never taking the foot off the gas.

Also scoring for the Bulldogs was Mackenzie Goranson with 9, Liz House with 8, Abby Mickle 5, Alaina Bennett 5, Haily Klassen 4, Millie Groth 3, and Elva Kingbird with 2.

Alana Hill and Gracie Bergman led the way for Wrenshal with 6 points each, while Liberty Bauer and Abbie Menze both added 2 points each.

The Lady Bulldogs will look to carry their early season momentum, as they will play Cromwell next Thursday at home.

The Wrens will try to add their first win of the young season as they will face off with Northland on Monday at home.


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