Bulldogs get back on track

Published 11:26 am Saturday, January 14, 2017

The Lake Mills boys’ basketball team was able to find the winning track again on Friday against Belmond-Klemme.

A 27-point first quarter helped the Bulldogs build a 12-point lead as they cruised to a 74-45 win.

In the win, the Bulldogs got solid production from their bench, and that was something head coach Kyle Menke was proud of.

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“(Tyler Swenson) and (Grant Fjelstad) provided great energy off the bench,” Menke said. “It was nice to have a night of balanced scoring.”

Eight players scored for Lake Mills. Charlie Dugger led the way with 18 points, Luke Groe added 12 and Jacob Langenbau contributed 10.

Swenson scored nine points, and Zach Throne and Fjelstad had eight points.

The victory pushes Lake Mills to 8-4 overall.

It will travel to play Bishop Garrigan on Tuesday.