2018-03-08 / Sports

1,000 and done


The benefits of living in a small town were on full display last Friday night in Big Bay de Noc. Pictured above with Brooke Dalgord are her uncle Terry and cousin Ryan Ranguette, who announced the game on 92.7 when Brooke scored her 1,000th point. 
Courtesy photo The benefits of living in a small town were on full display last Friday night in Big Bay de Noc. Pictured above with Brooke Dalgord are her uncle Terry and cousin Ryan Ranguette, who announced the game on 92.7 when Brooke scored her 1,000th point. Courtesy photo COOKS – Who said 13 is an unlucky number? With just over a minute left in her high school basketball career, Brooke Dalgord hit a jump shot that earned her a place in the 1,000 Point Club. The bucket, her 13th point of the night, was made against the Munising Mustangs in front of a hometown crowd as time was running out during the district finals March 5.

Dalgord’s quest to be the ninth girl from Big Bay to score 1,000 points started as a freshman when she finished the season with 213 points. Her sophomore season saw a drop in point production, finishing with 172 points.

The reality of reaching the mark set in during her junior season, when Dalgord set a career high 308 points.

Now 307 points later, Dalgord joins the Bears’ elite, which includes: Angie Leckson (2006) 1,065 points; Wendy Spaulding (2000) 1,000 points; Kristi Thill (2000) 1128 points; Lisa Farley (1995) 1216 points; Debbie Hermes (1993) 1257 points; Heather Peterson (1992) 1223 points; Jennifer Thill (1990) 1584 points; Lisa Srock (1988) 1105 points; and Rhonda Farley (1986) 1297 points.

Earlier this year, Dalgord committed to playing basketball for the Bay College Norse next season.

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