Girls' basketball gets 33-28 win

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Last Tuesday, December 21, the Maple Lake Irish girls’ basketball team traveled to subsection opponent PACT Charter in Ramsey, Minnesota.  
Despite facing several injuries within the entire program the Irish were focused and ready for action. The game got underway with both teams playing zone defenses.  
“We came out and knocked down some shots, putting us in the lead early,” said Head Coach Adam Ronnenberg.  
The Irish led by as many as 12 points in the first half on 9 of 21 shooting from the field. 
“Defensively, we kept them off balance and limited second chances,” said Ronnenberg.
Giving up only 12 points total in the first half the Irish took an 11-point lead into the half, 23-12.  
The second half, however, the shots did not fall and Irish fell victim to the turnover bug.  
Last Tuesday, December 21, the Maple Lake Irish girls’ basketball team traveled to subsection opponent PACT Charter in Ramsey, Minnesota.  
Despite facing several injuries within the entire program the Irish were focused and ready for action. The game got underway with both teams playing zone defenses.  
“We came out and knocked down some shots, putting us in the lead early,” said Head Coach Adam Ronnenberg.  
The Irish led by as many as 12 points in the first half on 9 of 21 shooting from the field. 
“Defensively, we kept them off balance and limited second chances,” said Ronnenberg.
Giving up only 12 points total in the first half the Irish took an 11-point lead into the half, 23-12.  
The second half, however, the shots did not fall and Irish fell victim to the turnover bug.  
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