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A Dozen Wins For No. 4 BCS

January 21, 2020

 

Followers of Brookfield girls basketball might have noticed a slight adjustment to the starting lineup.

 

In their only game last week, the No. 4 state-ranked Beavers opened their game at Brookfield with the All-sister lineup. Madilyne, Marissa and Megan Kupris and Jaelyn and Lily Vleer-Elliott took to the court to start their league game vs. Cincinnatus.

 

The sister crew spent three minutes on the floor before the other seven players who do not have a sibling on the team began getting their court time. Everyone got in on the action as Brookfield improved to 12-0 with a 58-13 win and stands as the only girls team in Section Three without a loss.

 

Coach Doreen Rogers kept the game from being more of a mismatch by subbing five-for-five throughout the game. The Beavers, the only team in the girls state Class D rankings with a dozen wins, walked the ball rather than employ their usual fast-paced offense. Ten players scored for BCS.

 

Still, there was not much Brookfield could do when Cincy kept missing shots, including the few times they went to the line. Despite scoring only five baskets and trailing from the start, the...

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