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BDS Girls 9-2, No. 2 In Class D-2 Wildcard

The Eagles  hosted Nebraska Lutheran on Saturday, January 5, in Bruning.  The Eagles got off to a fast start taking an early 10-0 lead to open the game.  Defensively, the Eagles held the Knights to just eight first half points as they took a 30-8 lead at the half.  Eagles junior Regan Alfs scored 14 of her game-high 19 points in the first half of play.
"It was a great overall team effort with a lot of girls seeing a lot of key minutes in the contest," BDS coach Shana Gerberding said.
The Eagles outscored the Knights 17-7 in the third quarter getting four points from Alfs and fellow junior Raegan Fiala.  The Knights were able to make some things happen on the offensive end of the floor in the fourth quarter scoring 17 points but the Eagles didn’t back down.  Sophomore Macy Kamler and Bryn Kadel both connected from beyond the three point line in the final quarter helping their Eagles squad walk away with a 59-32 victory.
The Eagles improved to 9-2 on the season and are preparing for some tough competition in the MUDECAS Tournament this week in Beatrice.   The Eagles will face the Sterling Lady Jets on Monday, January 7, to start the tournament.