Glenville-Emmons guard Derek Olson broke his own school record of 91 3-pointers with 95 this year. — Micah Bader/Albert Lea Tribune
Glenville-Emmons guard Derek Olson broke his own school record of 91 3-pointers with 95 this year. — Micah Bader/Albert Lea Tribune

G-E falls to Blooming Prairie

Published 2:08am Friday, March 1, 2013

The Glenville-Emmons boys’ basketball team lost 63-47 to No.1 seed Blooming Prairie in the second round of the Section 1A Tournament on Thursday.

In the first round, the Wolverines defeated Alden-Conger 55-50.

“There are definately a lot of positives that we can take away from our final games,” Glenville-Emmons head coach Jared Matson said. “The team can walk away from the season with their heads held high, knowing we gave it our best shot.”

Derek Olson set a school record with 95 3-pointers this season, breaking his previous mark of 91. He also finished three points shy of 1,000 career points.