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Press File Photo Hebron-Glen Ullin sophomore Taya Bandle, left, looks to pass the ball against Hazen’s Sadie Bolton during last year’s District 14 Tournament on March 1 at Knights of Columbus Activities Center. Bandle returns along with senior Kari Gerving, sophomores Ivy Burbidge, Kendra Gerving and Michaela Gerving.

Bearcats open with young, but experienced group


The Hebron-Glen Ullin girls basketball team fell on some tough times last year.

The Bearcats allowed 42.6 points — the third least in Region 7. The top two teams in scoring defense were New England (40.6) with the top spot and four-time Region 7 champions Beach (41.1).

However, HGU averaged 28.5 points per game, which was going to make it hard to win many games. The Bearcats finished the season 2-15 overall and 0-5 in District 14.

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