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Calumet girls hold off West Iron, Bulldogs roll Bays

December 7, 2012
The Daily Mining Gazette

CALUMET - Calumet proved strongest down the stretch in a close WestPAC opener, holding on for a 44-42 home win over West Iron County.

The Copper Kings, who trailed by four with 2 1/2 minutes to play, took the lead for good on Terra Erkkila's jump-stop basket inside a minute to go. Lexie Rowe added a bucket on the next trip for a 3-point lead, and after the Wykons split a pair of free throws, the teams traded points, setting the visitors up for a last possession under their own basket with five seconds left. Kylee Erickson drew only glass on her 25-foot runner at the buzzer as the Kings went to 2-0 overall.

Calumet dedicated the win to teammate Ellen Twardzik, who had knee surgery while team played West Iron for the second year in a row. Coach Don Hill complimented his seniors, Erkkila and Kristy Lasanen (who scored seven of her nine points in the fourth quarter) for pulling through in the clutch.

"When the rubber hit the road at the end of the game, we were able to really make them work on every possession," he said.

Rowe led all scorers with 13 points. Erickson paced the Wykons with 12.

Calumet, which won the JV game, plays Tuesday at Hancock.

West Iron 7 13 12 10 - 42

Calumet 8 13 9 14 - 44

West Iron County - Sydnie Mazurek 2, Alexis Golfis 2, Emily Christiansen 6, Kylee Erickson 12, Sierra Rasmussen 2, Cassilyn Pellizzer 8, Megan Miatech 10; FT: 11-16; Fouls: 17; Fouled out: none; 3-point field goals: Erickson 1.

Calumet - Terra Erkkila 7, Lexie Rowe 13, Kristy Lasanen 9, Terilynne Budreau 8, Katie Djerf 5, Abby Bjorn 2; FT: 7-18; Fouls: 16; Fouled out: none; 3-point field goals: Erkkila 1, Rowe 2, Lasanen 1, Djerf 1.

Hancock 51,

Dollar Bay 23

DOLLAR BAY - Hancock took advantage of an offensive off-night for its hosts, rolling to a non-league victory.

"We just didn't handle their pressure at all and when we did break it, we couldn't make our shots," Dollar Bay coach Steve Krahling said.

The Bulldogs gained separation with a 17-point second quarter for a 23-16 halftime lead, built onto it in the third quarter and finished the Bays off with a 19-3 edge in the fourth.

Molly Berg was the night's top scorer with 15 points, including three treys. Fellow freshman Taylor Pertile added 11 for the Bulldogs (2-1), who host Calumet Tuesday night.

Julia Daavettila led Dollar Bay (0-2) with 11 points. The Bays are at Jeffers Tuesday night.

Hancock won the JV game.

Hancock 6 17 9 19 - 51

Dollar Bay 5 11 4 3 - 23

Hancock - Molly Berg 15, Quincy Lorenzetti 6, Mackenzie Brunet 4, Kirsten Berg 3, Madisyn Wright 2, Taylor Pertile 11, Laura Berg 1, Taylor Mattson 8, Lily Williams 1; FT: 10-17; Fouls: 19; Fouled out: none; 3-point field goals: M. Berg 3, Lorenzetti 1, Pertile 1.

Dollar Bay - Julia Daavettila 11, Carli Daavettila 3, Jamie Sertich 2, Megan Kangas 5, Sam Ozanich 2; FT: 6-15; Fouls: 16; Fouled out: none; 3-point field goals: C. Daavettila.

 
 

 

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