Wednesday, May 29th, 2024 Church Directory
BECKER’S ANDREW DAVALOS drove to the basket but was denied by Albany’s Dalton Finken while Joel Klein looked on.
SENIOR FORWARD ERIK TUNGLAND led the Bulldogs in scoring last Friday with 15 points against the Big Lake Hornets at home.

Bulldogs Sink To 2 4 With Two Home Losses

The Becker Bulldog boys basketball team (2-4) had a rough week, losing to Big Lake last Friday and Albany Thursday.

Albany 53, Becker 43
 
The first half of Thursday’s game against Albany was very competitive, with both teams jockeying ahead on the scoreboard until the first half ended with the Bulldogs ahead by one point at 24-23.
 
However, the second half was much different as Becker struggled to score just 19 points while the Huskies lobbed in 30 to pull away late in the game.
Becker was led by Michael Veldman who scored 15 points, had eight rebounds, one assist and one steal. Albany was led by Dalton Finken (17 points) and Kyle Birr (15) as they improved to 4-1 while Becker fell to 2-4.
 
Becker Scoring:
Veldman 15, Erik Tungland 13, Josh Nohner 6, Dawson Brown 4, Cole Anderson 4, Andrew Stanger 1.
 
Albany Scoring:
Finken 17, Birr 15, Nick Raeker 7, Riley Voit 4, Ben Hartmann 4, Kenny Weber 2, Jonathan Harlander 2, Kyle Zierden 2.
 
Big Lake 80, Becker 63
 
After putting up a couple runs in the first half, Becker couldn’t overcome the deficit in their loss to Big Lake last Friday night at home.
 
The Bulldogs were led by Tungland with 15 points.
 
Big Lake had five players in double digits as Sam Dokkenbakken had a double-double to lead the team with 17 points and 10 rebounds.
 
Becker heads to Princeton Friday and Saturday to play in a tournament hosted by the Tigers Dec. 27-28. Game times both days are scheduled to start at 1:30 p.m.