By Chad Koenen


New York Mills won for the 10th time in their past 11 games after defeating Menahga, Sebeka and Pillager last week. 

The three wins in the Park Region Conference improved the Eagles to 12-7 overall and 9-2 in the conference. The Eagles are currently in second place in the conference and will take on conference leading and fifth ranked Henning on Friday night in their lone action of the week. 

The game will get underway at 6 p.m. as part of a boys-girls doubleheader. 


Maya Radniecki hit four 3-pointers as the NY Mills Eagles defeated a feisty Menahga Braves team by a score of 54-44 on Tuesday night. The Eagles trailed the Braves by a score of 23-20 at halftime, before the NY Mills offense was able to outscore Menahga by a 34-21 margin in the second half.

Ayla Olson led the way offensively for the Eagles as she scored 15 points, while Radniecki scored 12 points. Bella Bauck and Kali Olson each scored 11 points, while Alayna Baune rounded out the scoring with 4 points. 


Eight Eagles reached the scoring column as NY Mills cruised to a 78-44 win over Sebeka on Thursday night. After leading by a score of 36-31 at halftime, the Eagle defense essentially shut down Sebeka in the second half as they outscored the Trojans by a score of 42-13 in the final 18 minutes of action.

One of the biggest differences in the game came at the free throw line as NY Mills went 16-22, while Sebeka was just 1-6. The Trojans remained in the game in the first half thanks to a hot night from the 3-point line as they hit six 3-pointers.

Kali Olson led the way for the Eagles as she scored 20 points, while Bella Bauck scored 18 and Ayla Olson also reached double figures with 15 points. Alayna Baune scored 8 points, Kailey Keskitalo scored 7 points, Maya Radniecki and Annika Dunrud each scored 5 points and Rosemary Laudenbach rounded out the scoring with 2 points. 


NY Mills picked up its 10th win in the past 11 games with a commanding 55-31 win over Pillager on Friday night. It was the third straight road game for the Eagles as they improved to 9-2 in the conference. 

The Eagles once again used their defense to set the tone as they held a 28-14 lead at halftime. The Huskies made just 11 shots from the field, while the Eagles hit 21 shots from the field, including eight 3-pointers. 

Bella Bauck hit three 3-pointers and led the way offensively with 15 points, while Maya Radniecki hit four 3-pointers on her way to a 12 point night. Ayla Olson finished with 9 points, Kali Olson scored 5 points, Kailey Keskitalo, Aidyn Baune and Alayna Baune each scored 4 points, while Annika Dunrud rounded out the scoring with 2 points.