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Crivitz Edges Wausaukee; M&O Hoops Race Remains Tight

Issue Date: December 17, 2020

Crivitz Fights for

Close Win Over

Wausaukee

The Crivitz Wolverines held on for the win last Thursday when they took on the Wausaukee Rangers who they defeated 43-35.

"We haven't practiced in seven days," said Crivitz Head Coach Brett Meyers. "I'm happy with what we got out of this match. We rebounded well tonight. Thats because we have some small guards who can get in there and and rebound well. Very aggressive today."

It was close from start to finish but the Wolverines seemed to have been able to hold a light lead throughout, leading the way into the locker room with a 25-20 readout.

"We are just excited to be playing," said Wausaukee Head Coach Dave Messar. "This was their first game and there were a few opening night jitters. We are a young team this year. We lost 90% of our offense from last year. These kids didn't get a ton of playing time last year. We are basically a JV team playing at the varsity level."

The Rangers fell a bit flat in the second half and were unable to meet the Wolverine lead.

The Wolverines were led by Kate Richlen with her 14 point runoff. McKenna Sellen chipped in eight on the night while Tayah Werner finished with six points.

"We have a lot of talent this year," said Meyers. "We just have to put all the pieces together. The girls are happy. We just want to build a rhythm which is hard, its difficult to get everything to work out right."

Wausaukee's Rachel Schlies added up 16 points while Melody Schaal got five. McKenzie Truesdell, Sparrow Luccarini and Emma Forst all posted four points each.

"I thought we played well tonight," said Messar. "We hustled well and I told the girls even caterpillars turn into butterflies. We just don't have a single senior on our roster, you always want senior leadership on the floor but we will work it out. I might get a few grey hairs while we work this out."



Coleman Takes

Win Over STAA

The Coleman Cougar girls basketball team secured a 57-18 victory over the visiting St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers last Thursday.

The win saw the Cougars build a huge early lead, getting ahead by 26-2 at the half.

The Cougars were led by Cameron Compe who posted a 15 point total while Hailey Ziemer posted14 on the night while Aubrey Bintz added up 13 on the night.

STAA was led by Addie Pristelski who posted nine points and Katie Knox who posted four. Livia Benson got three.



Florence Falls

to Laona/Wabeno

The Florence Bobcats took a tough loss to the Laona/Wabeno Rebels last week falling to the Rebel girls 76-25.

Leading the way for Florence was Isabella Milan with 13 points and Lacey Enders with six points. Victoria Peterson, Aubrey Selden and Paige Urn all posted two points each.



Niagara Nearly

Doubles Up On Crivitz

The Niagara Badgers nearly found a way to score twice as many points as the Wolverines in last weeks match up with the visiting Niagara Badgers. The Badgers ended the match with nearly double the amount the Wolverines had 60-37.

Things were as bad after one half of play as the Wolverines trailed 34-21. But that tally soon spiraled out of control for the Wolverines girls. Were it not for the efforts of Niagara's Josie Rock and Alyssa Cretton things may have been different. The two Badgers combined for 40 points.

Cretton needed the night with top scoring honors which she secured with 21 points. Teammate Rock had 19 points while Noelle Champagne posted nine points.

Crivitz's Guns took 12 points to lead the Wolverines while Kate Richlen chipped in eight. Taylah Werner posted six points.



Lena Bags

Win Over STAA

The Wildcat girls basketball squad added up enough points to take the win over the St. Thomas Aquinas Cavalier 47-32 Monday night in Marinette.

The visiting Wildcats wasted no time in getting ahead of the home court Cavvies, posting a slight lead at the half 19-14.

With another 28 points produced in the second half the Wildcats were able to overcome the Cavaliers who were only able to post 18 second half points.

STAA was led by Addie Pristelski with 13 points and Livia Benson who posted 12. Katie Knox posted seven on the night.

Lena was led by the evenings top scorer Chaela Rabas who amassed 15 points. Natalie McNurlen added up 10 points while Kennedy Marquardt finished with nine.



Suring Adds

Win Over STAA

The Suring Eagles posted a 55-16 victory over the hosting St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers Tuesday night.

At the half it was 38-8 and it only got worse as the Eagles finished with 17 second half points to the Cavvies' eight.

STAA was led by Livia Benson with 12 points and Katie Knox with three. Martha Anderson got one.

Suring was led by Kylee Stelzer with 12 points and Paige Kruger with 10.



Crivitz Survives Close

Overtime Match

With Coleman

The Crivitz Wolverines had to battle hard to flip flop the first half readout in Tuesday nights match up with the Coleman Cougars. After the final buzzer in the extra frame, Crivitz had won 44-40.

It definitely was a tale of two halves in this match up as the Coleman girls started strong with a 24-11 readout at the half, but fell behind in the second due to a comeback by the Wolverines 26-13.

Overtime saw the Wolverines add up seven while holding the Cougars to three.

Crivitz was led by Sellen with 14 points. Guns and Werner both posted eight points each while Richlen finished the night with seven.

Coleman was led by the evenings top scorer Cameron Compe who fired in 19 points. Haile Ziemer got eight points while Sydney List finished with six points.



Wausaukee

Beats Florence

The Wausaukee Ranger girls posted a nice win last week when they travel to Florence to take on the Bobcats. After two halves of play the Rangers were victorious 44-35.

Wausaukee controlled the score board at the half as well, posting 24 points to the Bobcats 16 points.

Florence was led by Isabella Milan with 13 points and Lacey Enders with eight points. Paige Uren posted six points.

Wausaukee was led by Rachel Schlies with 14 points and S. Luccarini with 12 points. Schroeder got seven points.


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