GIRLS BASKETBALL: Warriors start strong, fall to top-seeded Minneota in state quarterfinals

Bemidji Pioneer

MINNEAPOLIS — The Red Lake girls basketball team wanted the best and they got the best. And Thursday morning at Maturi Pavilion on the campus of the University of Minnesota,...

Red Lake senior Angel McClain (20) lays up a shot during the Warriors' Class A state quarterfinal game against Minneota at Maturi Pavilion in Minneapolis on Thursday. (Jake Schultz | Forum News Service)
Red Lake junior Gerika Kingbird (21) gets to the lane during the Warriors' Class A state quarterfinal game against Minneota at Maturi Pavilion in Minneapolis on Thursday. (Jake Schultz | Forum News Service)
Red Lake junior Marlene Blue (5) works for rebound positioning during the Warriors' Class A state quarterfinal game against Minneota at Maturi Pavilion in Minneapolis on Thursday. (Jake Schultz | Forum News Service)
Red Lake junior Autumn Holthausen (23) drives to the hoop during the Warriors' Class A state quarterfinal game against Minneota at Maturi Pavilion in Minneapolis on Thursday. (Jake Schultz | Forum News Service)
Red Lake senior Angel McClain pulls up for a shot during the Warriors' Class A state quarterfinal game against Minneota at Maturi Pavilion in Minneapolis on Thursday. (Jake Schultz | Forum News Service)
Red Lake junior Gerika Kingbird (21) runs down the sideline during the Warriors' Class A state quarterfinal game against Minneota at Maturi Pavilion in Minneapolis on Thursday. (Jake Schultz | Forum News Service)
Red Lake junior Autumn Holthusen (23) makes a pass during the Warriors' Class A state quarterfinal game against Minneota at Maturi Pavilion in Minneapolis on Thursday. (Jake Schultz | Forum News Service)

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