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Wausaukee Takes Down Florence; Peshtigo Beats Gibraltar

Issue Date: January 9, 2020

Wausaukee Overcomes Florence

The Florence Bobcats certainly aren't a push over and in fact they are one of the toughest teams around, slamming many M&O opponents this year with hard losses. And in Wausaukee last week the Rangers were in their sights. But the Bobcats were put down by the Rangers with a 54-36 final readout.

The Bobcats were quick hitting in this contest as they built up a 30-20 lead by the end of the first half.

Over those opening minutes Wausaukee's Steph Murray struck often, hitting for 14 points. Kaelyn Schlies was also on the spot with 10 points of her own for the Rangers.

Florence saw their Madisen Neuens fire off 10 first half points.

Murray continued to work her magic on the court over the second half as she posted an additional 10 points.

Leading all scorers in the match up was Wausaukee's Murray who finished the game with 24 points. K. Schlies ended the contest with 10 while teammate R. Schlies added up seven.

The Bobcats were led by Neuens with 14 points. Teammates Jenna Springer and L. Enders both chipped in six points each.



Peshtigo Wins Close Match up with Gibraltar

The Peshtigo Bulldog girls had their hands full with the Gibraltar Vikings last week as they fought hard for the 48-42 win over the Vikings.

Peshtigo did control the scoreboard over the first half as they went into the locker room ahead 23-18.

The Vikings made a few adjustments over the second half to meet the lead but were unable to overcome it due to some quick defense from the Peshtigo girls.

Peshtigo's Emma Gilligan led the way with 17 points while Sydney Lund chipped in eight. Detry added seven.

The Vikings were led by Sitte with 12 points and Krause with 10. Alexander posted eight.



Oneida Nation Defeats STAA

The Oneida Nation Thunderhawks are defending their top spot M&O with tenacity. Leading the way in the conference with some of the best basketball the area has to offer. Last Friday afternoon the Cavalettes of St. Thomas Aquinas took a shot at toppling the Thunderhawks, but like all the other teams that have tried this season, they failed, falling to the Thunderhawks 57-46.

The Cavalettes looked just about as lively as they have all season, in the matchup with the number one Thunderhawks. Keeping pace over the first half and entering the intermission 24-24.

The difference came in the second half where the Thunderhawks shot the lights out with a 33 point readout, while holding STAA to 21.

Over the first half Lianna Baxter posted a hefty amount of STAA's 24 points. She bagged 21 of them.

Malia Jacobs was the front runner for the Thunderhawks in the first, posting 11 points.

Baxter continued to have a superlative night in the second half as she hit for another 12 points to earn the nights top scoring spot with 30 points.

Halle Beranek and Nevaeh Tebo both posted five points a piece for the Cavaliers.

Oneida Nation was led by Jacobs with 17 points and Sadie Schuman with 14 points. M'Kenzey Ackley added on 10 points.



Niagara Girls Defeat Wausaukee

The Niagara Badgers girls basketball squad was victorious last week when they took on the Wausaukee Rangers in Niagara, who they defeated 51-40.

Niagara took the early lead in the first frame with a 22 point push that gave them the 22-16 lead at the half.

Jessica Oratch was tough to stop over the first for Niagara as she bagged 10 Niagara points.

Over the second half the Rangers saw Madelyn Schlies close the gap a bit with a 13 point push while the Badgers did everything they could to hold on to the lead with some great second half efforts from Oratch and Cassie Gill. Gill shot for seven points over the closing frame while Oratch postured an additional 10 points.

Oratch was the games top scorer with 20 points for the Badgers. Gill added nine while Alyssa Cretton and Jada Maki both posted eight points each.

Wausaukee's M. Schlies wrapped up the game with 16 points while Steph Murray followed up with eight. Kaelyn Schlies posted six points on the evening.



Gillett Obliterates Coleman

The Gillett Tigers were not going to be denied their home court win Friday night when they hosted the Coleman Cougars who they trounced by way of a 75-57 final readout.

From the get go the Tigers were on fire and hard to quell. Karissa Schaal was the big reason as to why the score got out of hand. The accurate Tiger fired away over the first for a wild 17 first half points.

Ryann Wagner was also accurate over the first with her two three point buckets.

Coleman's Michaela Zeitler did what she could over the first half with her five point effort. Compe also posted five over the first for Coleman.

The Cougars were able to make a few adjustments over the second as they outscored the Tigers 36-33. But the damage had already been done. Schaal finished the game very strong as she added 16 additional points to her total.

Schaal was the games top performer with 33 points. Aubrey DeBauch followed up her teammate with 14 points while Wagner finished the game with 12 points.

Coleman was led by Compe with 14 points and Ziemer with 12. Aubrey Blintz chipped in nine to the effort.



Oconto Falls Takes Win Over Marinette

The Oconto Falls Panthers were able to defeat the Marinette Marine girls last week as they posted the 44-38 area win.

It was a pretty low scoring affair with the two teams joking for position over the first half. Oconto Falls took the edge going into the half with a one point 17-16 lead.

Unfortunately for the Marines the Panthers defense buckled down and kept them away just enough to build that game winning 44-38 final verdict.

The Panthers were led by Albrecht with 18 points and Brauer with 13 points. Apple chipped in six points.

Marinette was led by Katelyn Kitzinger with 14 points and Renikow with 10 points. Wingender chipped in three points to the final tally.



Peshtigo Girls Fall Hard to Bonduel

The Peshtigo Bulldog girls basketball squad was unable to keep up with the Bonduel Bears last week as they were handed a tough 48-26 loss.

Peshtigo did their best to make sure the score never got to far out of hand, but were unable to find a way to get ahead.

At the half the Bears held the slight edge 23-17.

But a hard played second half saw the Bulldogs drop the ball a bit and give up a few more points then they probably anted to.

Peshtigo's Grace Wickman added up eight points to lead the Bulldogs. Gilligan chipped in six while Lund added six.

Bonduel's Troxel finished with a game leading 24 points while Robaidek added up 10 points. Hoffman chipped in six to the Bears' effort.



Three Lakes Posts Win Over STAA

The Three Lakes girls were a tough match up for the St. Thomas Aquinas Cavalier girls Tuesday night as they fell 70-45 to the home court Three Lakes team.

After one half of play the game was pretty much set as the Three Lakes girls held the 41-17 edge. Over the first half Three Lakes' Sydney Lurvey fired off 13 points to help push her team to the huge lead.

Lianna Baxter fought hard all game long as she posted five over the first and an additional 18 points over the second half.

By games end the STAA girls were led by the evenings top scorer, Baxter, with 23 points. Addison Pristelski finished the night with 15 while Halle Beranek got five.

Three Lakes' Taylor Kolling led the way with 19 points while Lurvey chipped in 16. Kara Sowinski finished the evening with 11 points.



Coleman Gets Handed Loss by STAA

The Coleman Cougars saw their first half lead evaporate Tuesday night as they fell to the visiting St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers 59-50.

The Cougars did however control the first half scoreboard as they built up a nice 28-23 lead at the first buzzer.

But hungry STAA wasn't going to give up that easily as they fired back over the second frame to take the win.

Leading the way for the Cavvies was Lianna Baxter who scored a game high, and probably a career high 35 points. Pristelski followed up with 11 points while Livia Benson added five.

Coleman was led by Champagne with 12 points and Ziemer with 10. Ziegler added up 10 as well while Compe finished the night with nine.



Wolverines Take Huge Win Over Suring

The Crivitz Wolverines were all over the Suring Eagles Tuesday night, firing off early and often to quickly outpace the Eagles 69-23.

At the half the Eagles found themselves grounded by a huge differential. 42-12 to be exact, and were unable to find a way to get things going over the second half as the Wolverines girls crushed their way to the win.

Chloe Gruszynski led the way for Crivitz with 20 points while Sianna Guns chipped in 18 points. Emalee Johnsen finished the game with nine points.

Suring was led by Kylee Steelier with 15 points and Paige Krueger with four. Mahoney posted three.



Gillett Takes Solid Win Over Gibraltar

The Gillett Tiger girls hosted the Gibraltar Vikings Tuesday night and were able to come away with the big 63-43 win over the Door County invaders.

After one half of play the Tigers held a slight edge in the scoring with a 30-22 point differential. The Tiger defense was able to slow the Vikings down over the second half, holding them to 21 points while kicking their offense into gear for another 33 points to their already tallied 30 first half points.

Aubrey DeBauch took top scoring honors for the Tigers with 21 points while Karissa Schaal added up 19 points for her Tiger. Carmen Long followed with 13 points.

The Vikings were led by A. Sitte with 18 points and S. Krause with 10 points.


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