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Menominee Continues Undefeated Season

Issue Date: January 30, 2020

Menominee Stays Undefeated Over Kingsford

The Menominee Maroon girls are about the toughest team the area has to offer and last Friday the girls of Kingsford found out for themselves as the Maroons went on to win 56-26

The blow out win saw the Maroons get ahead very early as they entered the intermission ahead 31-15.

Menominee was led by Anderson with 21 points and Nerat with seven. Nolde also posted seven for the Maroons.

The Flivvers were led by Kriegl with seven and Cook with six. Doolittle added two.



Florence Defeats Watersmeet

The Florence Bobcats came away with a solid win Thursday night when they took down the girls of Watersmeet, 63-24.

The decisive win saw the Bobcats sprint out to an early lead in the first half, getting to a 33-9 lead by the intermission. After exiting the locker room the Bobcats continued to dominate, giving the Watersmeet girls another 30 points to think about while holding them to 15 final frame points.

Leading the way for the Bobcats was Madison Neuens and Jenna Springer who both tallied 17 points each on the night. Jordan springer posted nine points.



Coleman Girls Get Win Over Suring

The Coleman Cougar girls basketball squad faced off with the Suring Eagles Thursday evening in Coleman for a match up that saw the Cougars victorious with a 55-29 final readout.

The Cougars employed some excellent shooting over the first half as Cameron Compe fired in two triples. Hailey Ziemer also hit a triple to add to her eight first half points.

After the first half buzzer the Cougars controlled the scoreboard 25-11.

Suring struggled to find a way through the tough Coleman defense over the second half, scoring 18 points to the Cougars' 30.

Coleman was led by Ziemer with 17 points and Compe with 11. Mackenzie Champagne posted eight on the night.

Suring was led by Kylee Stelzer, Paige Krueger and Steph Huth who all posted six points each. Kate Mahoney added five to the tally.



Oneida Continues Win Streak with Victory Over Gillett

The Oneida Nation Thunderhawks who have pretty much outpaced all other teams in the M&O, put away one of their biggest threats Thursday night when they defeated the home court Gillett Tigers 61-49.

The decisive win saw the Thunderhawks fly out to an early lead over the first half. That solid lead was built upon some great long distance shooting as Sadie Schuman fired in two triples while Malia Jacobs followed up with two of her own to give herself a 10 point first half tally.

Gillett's Aubrey DeBauch did all she could to keep her Tigers in the mix over the first, firing in 12 points.

At the half time intermission the Thunderhawks were completely in control of the destiny in this game, 39-27.

After exiting the locker room the Tigers showed renewed purpose as they met the Thunderhawks' high scoring offense with a 22-22 second half readout.

Gillett's Aubrey DeBauch was the evenings top scorer with 19 points for the Tigers. Teammate Karissa Schaal added 13 points to the tally while Sydney Young followed up with 8.

M'Kenzey Ackley led the Thunderhawks with 18 points on the night while Jacobs finished the game with four triples for a 16 point readout. R. Ackley posted 11 points.



Crivitz Bags Much Needed Win Over Niagara

The Crivitz Wolverines have been near the top of the standings all season long in the M&O, but a few losses have left them looking at the lead hoping for a break, last Friday night they got a little break as they defeated the visiting Niagara Badgers 59-44.

After a tough first half the Wolverines found themeless trailing the Badgers 23-20. Over those opening minutes the Wolverines saw Chloe Gruszynski fire in 10 points to lead the way while Niagara turned to Alyassa Cretton with her 11 point first half effort.

The game was decided in the second frame as the Wolverines adjusted to the Badgers attack, shutting down the Niagara girls before time could expire. With the second half was in the books the Wolverines outscored the Badgers 33-21.

Gruszynski led the way for the Wolverines with 19 points. Emalee Johnson added up 11 while Sianna Guns posted 10 points.

Niagara was led by Cretton with 18 points and J. Rock with 11 points. Jessica Oratch got seven points.



Laona/Wabveno Shutsdown Florence

The Laona/Wabeno Rebel girls took a big win over the Florence Bobcats last Friday evening in Northern Lakes basketball action. After the dust settled The Rebels were on top 51-31.

The Bobcats stumbled over the first half as is evident in the score sheets where the first half tally was shown as a 25-11 lead for the Rebels.

The Bobcats did find their footing over the second half but the damage had already been done as they nearly met the Rebels in second half scoring with a 26-20 second half readout.

Jenna Springer led the way for the Bobcats with 12 points while Jordyn Springer posted nine points. Madison Neuens added five.



Freedom Pounces on Marinette

The Freedom Irish, who have been having their way in the Packerland standings posted a resounding win over the Marinette Marines Monday night 88-24.

The Marines could do little to stop the Irish advance as the girls from Freedom fired away over the first for a 47-17 halftime lead.

Although Marinette was put away in easy fashion they did see one of their stars still shine through the defeat. Kathleen Kitzinger who doesn't know how to give up, battled like a Marine, giving her team 18 points. teammate Chenier added four while Pieper posted two.

Freedom was led by Johnson with 20 points and Haase with 18 points. Gene followed up with 14 while Kroeing added eight.



Crivitz Firing on All Cylinders With Win Over NEW Lutheran

With the end of the regular season quickly approaching the Crivitz Wolverines are playing like they want it. And last Monday night they showed the NEW Lutheran Blazers just how bad as they knocked off the girls from Green Bay with a 48-31 final readout.

The low scoring match up was all about good defense and just whose defense would break first. It happened to be the Blazers as the Wolverines sprinted their way to thew 24-11 halftime lead.

By games end the Wolverines saw their star scorer Chloe Gruszynski post the games high water mark, finishing the game with 18 points. Emalee Johnsen chipped in 12 to the winning effort while Sianna Guns followed up with six.

NEW Lutheran finished the night with Schmidt as their top performer. She posted nine while her teammate Scholz added five.



Crivitz Gets Win Over Suring

The Crivitz Wolverine girls have rolled to multiple win this past week, wrapping up the great week of play with a solid win over the Suring Eagles, 64-43.

Crivitz was in front from start to finish in this contest, building an early lead to take the edge going into the intermission 38-23.

The Eagles who have struggled to overcome deficits this season, were again unable to meet the Wolverine attack.

By games end the Wolverines were led by Chloe Gruszynski with an overwhelming 29 point effort. Sienna Guns added 10 points while Emalee Johnson rounded off the double digit scores with 10.

Suring was led by Stelzer with 15 points and Krueger with 12. Mahoney posted three on the night.



Niagara Gets Shutdown By Gillett

The Gillett Tigers were able to keep their M&O hopes alive with an all important win over the Niagara Badgers Tuesday night, 57-40.

The win marks yet another step that the Tigers have taken to secureing the second place spot in the conference, behind Oneida Nation.

At the half the Tigers had already given the Badgers a bit of a gut check as they held the edge 25-16.

They carried their momentuem into the second half where the Badgers struggled to break their pressure.

Leading the way for the Tigers was Karissa Schaal with 29 points. Aubrey Debauch got six points while Wagner posted five.

Niagara was led by Alyassa Cretton with 15 points and Jessica Oratch with 10 points. Rock added eight.



Wausaukee Defeats Coleman

The Wausaukee Ranger girls faced off with the Coleman Cougars Tuesday night and it was the Rangers who showed their offensive power, taking the win 56-32.

The game saw the Rangers get a great start over the first half, holding down the Cougars at 12 points while firing away for a 27 point readout.

The Ranger' Madelyn Schlies was the top scorer during the evenings match, finished the game with 23 points to her name. Kaelyn Schlies followed up with 11 points while Steph Murray finished with 14 points.

The Coleman girls were led by Champagne and Ziemer who both posted seven points each. Hoida got five on the night.



Peshtigo Completely Obliterates Sevastopol

The Peshtigo Bulldog girls were not going to be denied a resounding win Tuesday night as they completely put away the Sevastopol Pioneers by way of a 63-15 final verdict.

It might as well have been called a no contest as the Bulldogs found themselves the victor after one half of play, holding an insurmountable 35-8 lead.

The win saw Peshtigo's Sydney Lund lead the way with 13 points. Hickman followed up with seven while Detry added eight.

Sevastopol was led by Rilekola, Huchn and Schauske all with three points.



Wausaukee Says No to STAA

The Wausaukee Rangers had absolutely no troubles handling the St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers Tuesday night as they trounced the Cavvies 61-18.

Not much happening for the Cavvies in this one as the rangers fired away for a 41-9 lead at the half.

The lead would never be in the sights of the Cavvies who fell behind even further in the second.

The Rangers were led by Steph Murray with 20 points and Kaelyn Schlies with 18 points. Madelyn Schlies posted eight while Schroeder got six.

STAA was led by Lianna Baxter with 12 points and Halle Beranek with four. Faith Tebo posted two.


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