Girls basketball: Lakers' big second half downs Crosby-Ironton
Hauser and Larson shine in Detroit Lakes' sixth win of the season.
CROSBY – A 42-point second half was enough to erase a five-point halftime deficit for the Detroit Lakes girls basketball team on Thursday night.
The Lakers (6-9) beat Crosby-Ironton (11-7) 70-58 despite trailing 33-28 at the half. Juniors Jacee Hauser and Abby Larson had led the way for Detroit Lakes. Hauser had a game-high 25 points, while Larson had 17. Sophomore Grace Gunderson also had 13 points in the win.
Josie Schaefer led the Rangers with a team-high 17 points, with 11 of them coming in the first half.
DETROIT LAKES 28 42 - 70
CROSBY-IRONTON- 33 25 - 58
DETROIT LAKES SCORING- Abby Larson 17, Helena Daggett 6, Ella Okeson 1, Elle Bettcher 4, Grace Gunderson 13, Ellie Lunde 4, Jacee Hauser 25
CROSBY-IRONTON SCORING- Kakki Papenfuss 2, Josie Schaefer 15, Bri Miller 5, Margaret Silgen 7, Ellen Sigen 8, Tori Oehrlein, Hannah Pakarinen 2