W e d n e s d a y , J a n u a r y 2 8 , 2 0 1 5 Tigers push win streak to five Congratulations Paige! Tiger Pride ASFELD TAX SERVICE Karen Asfeld, Enrolled Agent MaKenna Hegseth went for the steal in the Tigers win over Sebeka. —photo by Marlo Benning Browerville 84—Royalton 32 Senior Kate Kellen scored a season high 11 points as the Tigers took care of Royalton on Thursday night in Browerville. Kellen hit two of the team’s nine 3-pointers in the game which saw the orange and black take a 44-19 lead into halftime. Buchta led all scorers with 21 points, including two triples of her own. Pearson finished a solid week on both ends of the floor with 13 points and 8 rebounds. Kircher and Middendorf each scored 8 points, while Callahan and Hegseth each chipped in six. Carry tallied five points off the bench, while Knutson dropped in four to round out the Tiger scoring attack. The Tigers sit 15-1 overall and 8-0 in Section 5A play. Browerville will host Swanville on Friday, January 30. On Monday, February 2, the orange and black will host Parkers Prairie for Parent’s Night. Paige Callahan (at middle) was congratulated by her teammates, Crystal Pearson and Kendra Buchta, as she joined them in the 1000 point club. She became the third member of the current team to reach the milestone. Below, fans in the crowd joined together to cheer and show support as junior Paige Callahan sank her 1000th point on Monday night against Sebeka. Go Tigers! Tigers add two to the win column Browerville 75—Sebeka 48 The Browerville Tigers jumped out to a good lead against the Sebeka Trojans last Monday and went on to win by a final score of 75-48. Bryce Irsfeld had the hot hand in the first half scoring 14 of his 16 points, including going 4 of 6 from the free throw line. Browerville had a 9 point advantage early on and increased their lead to 11 points with just over eight minutes to play. The two teams shared some baskets over the next several minutes. Tanner Stepaniak scored the last basket of the half to give Browerville its largest lead at 12, and went to the locker room with a 33 – 21 advantage. Grant Heid scored the first 13 points for the Tigers in the second half, including back-to-backto-back 3-point shots. Brendan Emery also had a big second half coming off the bench to score all of his 12 points. The Tigers put up 42 second half points and continued to pull away without really being threatened by the Trojans who scored 27 points themselves. Scoring for Browerville, Heid had 17 points and 3 steals. Irsfeld scored 16 points and had rebounds and 3 steals. Emery finished with 12 points. Both Trevor Johnson and Noah Iten had 5 assists. Ryan Warwick led all rebounders with 8. Browerville 67—Upsala 54 The Tigers from Browerville traveled to Upsala to take on the Cardinals in a Prairie Conference game last Friday. Both teams started out by sharing some baskets. Noah Iten put the Tigers on the board with a shot from behind the arc. However, Jeremy Halverson answered with two of his own. Browerville called a timeout at the 13:45 mark down one point, 9-10. The message was to pick up the pace of the game. The Tigers went on to outscore the Cardinals 42 to 16 the rest of the half. Points came from seven different players and from a variety of shots. Browerville had 13 team assists in the first half. Johnson dished out 4, while Irsfeld had 5 to go along with 9 rebounds. The second half was a much more controlled pace as the Tigers on three occasions took more than a minute of the clock working their offense in the half court. Browerville played with a strong lead for the entire second half despite eventually being outscored 28 to 16. The Tigers finished the game 14 of 16 from the charity stripe and out-rebounded the Cardinals 26 to 21. Upsala’s Jeremy Halverson led all scorers with 21 points, while making five from 3-point range. Browerville was led by Irsfeld’s 19 points, 11 rebounds, and 6 assists. Johnson scored 12 points and had 4 assists. Stepaniak scored 10 points, all in the first half. Heid and Ryan Warwick each scored 8. Iten finished with 6 points and Emery with 4. This week Browerville will host the Knights from West Central Area Tuesday night and the Johnnies from St. John’s Prep on Thursday night. On Friday night the Tigers will travel to Ashby to take on the Arrows. Now Playing... BROWERVILLE TIGERS BOYS BASKETBALL January 27 (H) vs WCA, 7:30 p.m. January 29 (H) vs St. John’s, 7:30 p.m. January 30 @ Ashby, 7:30 p.m. February 3 vs LPGE, 7:30 p.m. GIRLS BASKETBALL January 30 (H) vs Swanville, 7:30 p.m. February 2 (H) vs Parkers Prairie, 7:30 p.m. LPGE/BROWERVILLE WOLVES WRESTLING January 27 (H-LP) vs WCA, 6 p.m. January 31 PRC Tourn @ Under wood, 10 a.m. February 3 (H-LP) vs Pierz-Healy, Albany, 6 p.m. BOYS HOCKEY January 27 @ Park Rapids, 5:15 p.m. January 31 @ Sartell, 5:30 p.m. February 3 @ Alexandria, 5:30 p.m. GIRLS HOCKEY January 27 @ Alexandria, 5 p.m. January 29 @ Northern Lakes, 5 p.m. January 31 @ International Falls, 5 p.m. GYMNASTICS February 3 (H/LP) vs Little Falls, 6 p.m. 19 Years Experience J7-M11 by Coach Matt Middendorf Browerville 79—Sebeka 42 Paige Callahan scored her 1000th point midway through the second half as the Tigers dominated the Trojans on Monday night in Browerville. Callahan joined fellow classmates Crystal Pearson and Kendra Buchta in the 1000 point club. Callahan finished with 14 points for the Tigers who had four girls reach double figures in scoring. Quinn Kircher scored 17 of her game high 23 points in the first half which saw the Tigers take a 43-24 lead at halftime. Pearson scored 10 of her 14 points in the first half, while MaKenna Hegseth knocked down two 3-pointers and ended with 10 points. Kale Knutson ran the offense with effectiveness and nailed two 3-pointers, while Kate Middendorf came off the bench to add six points. Kate Kellen, Megan Carry and Olivia Irsfeld all added a bucket to aid the Tiger scoring attack. Browerville 70—Henning 43 Four Tigers scored in double figures as the orange and black pulled away in the second half for a victory on Tuesday night in Henning. Knutson finished the game with a career high 18 points, including four 3-pointers to lead Browerville offensively. Knutson connected on three triples in a 35 point first half which saw the Tigers take an 11 point lead into halftime. The Tigers drilled nine 3-pointers in the victory as they shot themselves out of a 2-3 and 1-2-2 zone. Kircher hit two 3-pointers and finished with 12 points, while Pearson continued her dominant play in the paint with 16 points. Buchta scored 15 points, while Callahan and Hegseth each chipped in one bucket. Kellen knocked down a triple to round out the scoring as the Tigers shot 7 of 15 at the free throw line. Page 4 • Individual • Farm • Business • Bookkeeping • Payroll Services American Heritage National Bank Building Hwy. 71 • Browerville, MN 56438 320-594-7000/888-251-9815 [email protected] http://prep1040.com/ asfeldtaxservice Browerville Lions Club SUPERSUNDAY BREAKFAST Sunday, Feb. 1 9 a.m.-12 Browerville Community Center Adults $6 Ages 6-12 $4 5 & Under Free ALL YOU CAN EAT Serving Scrambled Eggs, Pancakes, Sausages, OJ, Coffee & Milk J28p Bringing specialized care to you. Bringing specialized care to you. Visiting 2013 VisitingSpecialists Specialists--November February 2015 Visiting Specialists - November 2013 Tanner Stepaniak was able to put a lay-up up and in for the Tigers in their win over Sebeka. —photo by Ray Benning Lemke wins Wild Dream Day On Hockey Day Minnesota 2015, Minnesota Hockey announced the winner of the 2015 HEP Essay Contest presented by Park Dental during the Fox Sports North (FSN) broadcast following the Minnesota Wild’s 3-1 win over Arizona. The winner of the contest is Allie Lemke of Long Prairie Hockey Association. Lemke was one of three contest finalists that were highlighted on FSN throughout the course of Hockey Day Minnesota. The other finalists were Billy Vogt of Sartell Youth Hockey Association and Billie Donohue of Andover Youth Hockey Association. The finalists were selected by a committe based on their responses to this year’s topic, “My parents support my love of hockey by...” As the winner of the contest, Lemke will receive a Minnesota Wild dream day during the 201516 hockey season. The HEP Essay Contest, presented by Park Dental, is an annual tradition that encourages players to express their thoughts on what makes youth hockey a positive environment. “The HEP Essay contest began in 2005, and it has become one of the highlights of the youth hockey season,” said Steve Morse, HEP Committee Allie Lemke, part of the Long Prairie-Sauk Centre-Browerville 12U girls hockey team was the winner of the Hockey Day Minnesota’s essay contest and won a Minnesota Wild Dream Day. Chair. “It’s so gratifying to see all of the outstanding essays come in from kids, telling about how hockey has made a difference for them, and how they can make a difference through hockey. 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