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MINNESOTA GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

FULDA WINS BACK-TO-BACK TITLES!

 

 

champs
Fulda 42, Hancock 34

"you can't overcome height"

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Fulda's enrollment is only 140. But, don't let their size fool you. Fulda is building a reputation as an elite basketball program. The repeat  2A state champions cruised to a 42-34 win over Hancock. Fulda's height proved to be too much for the smaller Hancock team. "We did a nice job but you can't overcome height," said Hancock Head Coach Jodi Holleman. Fulda also won the rebounding game 33-29. 6'2 Laura Kramer had a game high 13 rebounds and finished with 9 points. "It feels amazing, especially two years in a row. And now our senior year, it feels good to win on this ending note," Said Kramer.


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Kaitlyn Kramer led Fulda with15 points and added 10 rebounds.The 5'11 senior was trembling as she held the championship trophy in her hands. "It feels awesome. My hands are shaking from holding this trophy so tight. It's just an awesome feeling and it makes it a lot less sad that it's the last game," said Kramer. This is a program with a mission, as evident by Fulda's tough practice schedule and a 138-25 record in 6 years. The Fulda team is up 5:30am and is in the gym by

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6am all summer. Fulda Head Coach Gregg Slaathaug said, "We are working hard. We play a ton of games in the summer. I demand a lot of them on and off the floor, and they deserve the championship."


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Fulda Celebrates

Sarah Raddle added 13 points for Fulda. Hancock's super Freshman Bree Holleman, finished with 3 points.Tara Thielke and Jenny Noordmans finished with 8 points each. 

 

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Hancock's head coach Jodi Holleman hugs all her players
including her daughter, Bree Holleman.

 

 

 

     
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