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Issue Date: December 26, 2018
Rangers Rout Wildcats
The Wausaukee Rangers look to keep a firm grasp on their stranglehold of the M&O as they sent Lena spinning Thursday night in Lena 51-23.
Wausaukee was about to let Lena see any daylight in this showdown of the M&O as they blasted the bucket for a 34-15 lead at the half.
During the first frame Kaelyn Schlies was near unstoppable when she went into the lane. She started the night with a 15 point first half.
Lena's Madysen Herald fought back for the Wildcats with nine points.
Wausaukee slowed the game down over the second half and finished that closing frame with a 17-8 differential.
Kalyn Schlies ended the night as the games top performer with 17 points. Madelyn Schlies chipped in 11 points while S. Murray got eight on the night.
Meckenna Portier posted 10 points for the wildcats while teammate herald chipped in nine.
Marintte Fights Hard in Loss to O. Falls
The Marinette Marine girls had their hands full with the Oconto Falls Panthers last Friday evening as the Panthers pounced on the Marines for a 44-35 win.
Oconto Falls raced out of the gates in this showdown as they built a huge 21-10 lead at the half.
Marinette however was able to narrow that gap over the second, bringing the lead to only five points but were unable to surpass the Oanthers who went on to win.
Mady Sims led the Marines with 14 points while Katelyn Kitzingen had eight on the night. Abby Wingender also scored eight points.
O. Falls' Kari Albrecht led the way for the Panthers with a game high 17 points.
Peshtigo Falls to Gibraltar on the Road
Lianna Baxter scored 13 points for Peshtigo. The team got a solid performance from Mattie LaCoursiere, who had 12. Allison Dudka scored six.
Gibraltar had an 18-point performance from Karlee Kita and Payton Pluff had 12. Both Kayla Follingstad and Abbie Sitle each had nine points. Bria Caldecott had six.
STAA Fights Hard, Falls to Niagara
The M&O cellar dwellers had a go of it last Friday in Niagara and it was the Badgers who posted the win, doing so over STAA 69-42.
STAA stayed tough over the first half, keeping pace with there Badger 22-18 but found it hard to outdo their opponents in the second half as they ran wild for a 47-24 differential.
Leading the way for the Badgers and securing top scoring honors was Jessica Oratch who ended the evening with 23 points. Teammate Jasmine Racine hit for five three pointers on her way to a 21 point readout. Cassandra Gill tacked on 10 to the total.
STAA's Alexa Pristelski was dangerous for the Cavvies as she posted a 19 point night which saw four three pointer sunk. Livia Bensen got 12 points while Halle Beranek chipped in six.
Tigers Face the Wrath of the Wolverines
The Crivitz Wolverines hosted the Gillett Tigers Thursday night in Crivitz for a shutdown the like of which the Tigers won't soon forget as the wild Wolverines put away the Tiger 71-56.
The game was much closer exiting the first half as the Tigers kept pace with the Wolverines 36-32.
During the first half Wolverine Chloe Gruszynski shot the lights out for 12 points. Gillett's Karissa Schaal did her job to keep the Tigers in it over the first with 12 points.
But a tough second half from Gruszynski and teammate Sianna Guns would stop the Tigers in their tracks.
Gruszynski fired in 12 second half points while Guns added 10.
By the end of competition Gruszynski led all scorers with 24 points. Guns followed up with 16 points while Emalle Johnsen did her part with 10 points.
Gillett's Schaal led the way for the Tigers with 18 points while Aubrey DeBauch chipped in 13 to the effort. Macy Franth posted nine.
Goodman/Pembine Downed By Three Lakes 62-46
Goodman/Pembine fell 62-46 to Three Lakes on Thursday.
Three Lakes had three players in double figures, scoring 35 in the second half. For GP, Katelyn Morrison scored 21 and Katelyn Nelson had 19 in the losing effort. The rest of the team scored six combined points.