The Isle Huskies boys basketball team bought their overall record to 2-0 with wins over Northland and Ogilvie last week.

The Huskies were scheduled to host three Great River Conference games during the second week of December, including East Central, Onamia and Hinckley/Finlayson.


The Isle Huskies boys basketball season opened with a road-game, 82-79, overtime win over the non-conference Northland Eagles on Dec. 3. The teams combined for 161 points, including 21 3-pointers.

Each team had three players score 18 points or more. Eldayshun Big Bear, Willie Stalker and Teagen Haggberg each had 18 points for the Huskies, while Alec Wake had 24 points, followed by 18 points each from Cameron Wake and Carson Johnson for the Eagles. Brandon Buehring also scored in double figures for the Huskies.

The Eagles had a 6-point league by intermission, but Isle came back in the second half to tie the score in regulation time.

The game was decided by a free-throw by Stalker and a tip-in bucket credited to Haggberg with under 10 seconds remaining.

Isle 32 42 8 82

Northland 38 36 5 79

Scoring: Haggberg 18, Stalker 18, Big Bear 18, Buehring 15, Smith 8, Risvold 5.


The Isle Huskies had six players score eight or more points on the way to a convincing 71-39 victory over the conference rival Ogilvie Lions on Dec. 3.

Isle put up 29 field goals, including eight from 3-point range, compared to just 15 field goals and one 3-pointer by Ogilvie.

Brandon Buehring and Lucas Gross each had 15 points, followed by 12 points each from Eldayshun Big Bear and Teagen Haggberg to lead the Huskies on offense.

Isle 32 39 71

Ogilvie 18 20 38

Scoring: Buehring 15, Gross 15, Haggberg 12, Big Bear 12, Stalker 9, Smith 8.

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