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Rough Week for Rambler Girls

Chris Faulknor, Editor
editor@boynegazette.com
(231) 582-2799

On Monday, December 13th, the Boyne City Rambler Girls JV Basketball Team traveled to Sault Saint Marie to face off with Sault Area High School.  The final score was SSM –  69; Boyne City – 19.

Jessica Selissen has been a top scorer for the JV Rambler Girls. (Photo: C. Shumaker/BC Gazette)

Rambler Jessie Sellisen scored 7 points, making her the top scoring player.

“We knew going into the game that Sault Ste. Marie was a good basketball team,” said the Rambler Coach.

On Wednesday, December 15th, the Boyne City JV Girls travelled to Cedarville.  Rambler Rachel Butler scored 17 points, 46-39.

On Friday, December 17th, the Ramblers had their first conference game in Kalkaska.  Halee Boughton and Jenny Sellisen each had 6 points. 

“Kalkaska is the best team in our conference, and has two of the best guards in the conference,” said the coach.

While facing a week of three losses, the Lady Ramblers get a break for the remainder of December, and jump back in on January 6th, facing the Charlevoix Rayders.

The Boyne City Girls Basketball teams have faced rough challenges, but plan to rise above. (Photo: C. Shumaker/BC Gazette)

“Our girls have been working hard every day,” said the Coach.  “They have guts and determination.  I am extremely proud of our girls for giving everything they have each time they walk on the floor.”

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