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Eagles land third in Prairie Conference

Published: Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2013 12:00 p.m. CST
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(BCR photo/Becky Kramer)
PCA Eagle Wyatt Baker looks for an open teammate in the third-place game of the Prairie Conference “A” Tournament at Princeton St. Louis. The Eagles defeated Rhema Academy 31-25.
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Meet the PCA Eagles — Team members for the Princeton Christian Academy Eagles Basketball Team are (front row) Will Finley, Jonathan Henrikson, Gabe Cook, Gio Romagnoli, Drew Grey, Wessley Baker and Sam Wolbrecht; and (back row) coach Tony Clausen, Devon Johnston, Wyatt Baker, Daniel Henrikson, Nolan Mallery, Mauricio Jones and coach Buc Grey. Absent is Colin Weddell.
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Meet the PCA cheerleaders — The Princeton Christian Academy cheerleaders supported the Eagle basketball teams throughout the season. They are eighth-graders Lizzy May (from left), Basia Smallwood, Jenna Grimmer, Sophia Brandenburg, Grace Wolbrecht, Serenity Laurino and Aliyah Cummings.

On Jan. 11, the Princeton Christian Academy boys’ A and B basketball teams each captured third place in the Prairie Conference Tournament played at St. Louis Catholic School in Princeton.

The Eagles A Team was seeded third in the conference tourney after a 6-4 season. The A Team took third in the Conference Tournament by defeating Rhema Academy 31-25.

The PCA B Team was seated fourth in the conference, and placed third in the tournament by defeating Dimmick 30-16.

The Eagles are coached by Buc Grey and Tony Clausen, assisted by former Eagle, Matthew Butler.

In the A Team competition, Lostant captured first place and Dimmick took second. In the B Team contest, St. Louis School took first and Lostant took second. Other teams in the eight-school Prairie Conference include Cherry, Dalzell, and Deer Park.

Prairie Conference B Tournament

Third place: PCA 30, Dimmick 16

Title: Princeton St. Louis 47, Lostant 26

Prairie Conference A Tournament

Third place: PCA 31, Rhema Academy 25

Title: Lostant 41, Dimmick 27.

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