Ranger defense stifles Detroit Lakes girls' basketball
A stingy Crosby-Ironton girls' basketball team put the clamps down on the visiting Detroit Lakes squad Tuesday, handing the Lakers a 48-29 loss.
The young Laker squad was without their leading scorer, Kayli Muckenhirn, who is out with a broken nose, as junior forward Jenny Matter tried to pick up the slack with 13 points.
But the Rangers used the three-pointer as their choice of weapon, sinking seven of them, which keyed a 28-point second half.
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