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Coleman Stays Atop M&O With Win Over Crivitz

Issue Date: December 22, 2021

Girls Basketball

Coleman defeated Crivitz 53-38 on Tuesday night.

The Cougars' Cameron Zeitler led all scorers with 18 points. Desiree Nowak and Aubrey Bintz got 11 and 10, respectively. Madelyn Hinther and Kiersten Jensen each got five and Jenna Styczynski scored four.

Crivitz was led by Cilena Guns, who scored 16. No other Wolverine surpassed six. Bailey Bemis scored six and Kate Richlen scored four.

Coleman led 22-15 at the half.

The Cougars are 7-0 on the season, and they're off until Tuesday, when they head to Elcho for a tournament, playing Newman Catholic and Elcho.

The Wolverines have still won four of their last six, but they face a tough opponent Thursday before their holiday break, taking on Peshtigo on the road at 7:30 p.m.



Quick Start Helps

Florence to Big Win

Over Forest Park


Kamdan Johnson and Isabella Millan combined to score 42 points in a 57-22 win over Forest Park.

Johnson scored 22 points on an 8-for-19 display, also making all five free throw attempts. She also contributed a team-leading six assists and five steals.

Millan was 8-for-25 from the field, going 2-for-9 from 3-point range and 2-for-4 from the free throw line. She led the team with nine rebounds.

Forest Park scored only six points in the first half, and Florence led 20-6 at the midway point.



Blue Devils Fight

Off the Storm

For 51-46 Win


Oconto held on to a 51-46 win over Kewaunee on Friday.

The Blue Devils led 31-22 at halftime and despite a colder second half, they came away with the five-point win.

Hannah Moe led the team with 12 points on 5-for-9 shooting. Lianna Baxter was 4-for-6 for nine points, Addisyn Viestenz was 3-for-6 and scored 10, and Kyanne Wusterbarth scored 10 on a 4-for-7 night.

As a team, Oconto shot 20-for-40 from the field.

Baxter and Moe had eight and seven rebounds, respectively. Baxter led the team with six steals and two blocks.

Leah Allan also scored six points for Oconto. Kewaunee had three players score eight points, along with Toni Bortollini's 11.



Defense Propels

Panthers Past

Mustangs


Oconto Falls held Little Chute to just 21 points in a big win Thursday night.

The Panthers held Little Chute to nine points in the first half to hold a 26-9 lead at the break. They outscored Little Chute 30-12 in the second half as well to win 56-21.

LC's Kim Guillen was the only player on the team to score more than four points, as she put up eight on 3-for-8 shooting.

In fact, the Mustangs got just 20 shots up from the field in the game. The Panthers forced 41 turnovers in the game and put the Mustangs at the line 13 times, where they made just four attempts.



Thunderhawks

Edge Lena 59-53


in M&O Match-Up

Oneida's four-pronged scoring attack was enough to secure a 59-53 win Friday despite a 27-point outburst by Lena's Natalie McNurlen.

As has been the case quite a few times this year, Oneida didn't have many different scorers, with only five players making a dent in the scoresheet. Four of the five scored 12 or more points, however.

Jaylyn Caldwell scored 12, Rae Anna Ackley got 13, Mariah Cloud scored 16 and G'Oni Thayer had 15.

McNurley had 11 points at the half, at which point her team trailed 28-26. She scored 16 of her team's 27 in the second half, but Oneida got 31 in the half to get the win.

Lena actually led 24-21 late in the first half, but a 7-2 run put Oneida at an advantage.

Aside from McNurlen's 27, Eva Brooks scored 11 and Chaela Rabas added nine. No other Wildcat exceeded two.



Wolverines

Rally in Second

Half to Defeat Eagles


Crivitz won a hard-fought battle over Suring on Friday, coming away with a 61-57 win after an impressive second half.

The Wolverines trailed 34-28 at the half, but they buckled down on defense and improved their own scoring to take the second half 33-23 and the game, 61-57.

Celina Guns led the team in points with 25 and rebounds with 14. She was 9-for-17 shooting from the field and 7-for-11 from the free throw line.

Lucy Gruszynski and Bailey Bemis each scored 10 points. Gruszynski led the team with 10 rebounds and five steals.

Suring's Christine Sleeter scored 21 points to lead the Eagles. She went 7-for-12 from the field and 5-for-16 from the free throw line, leading her team with 11 rebounds and three blocks as well. Tayah Werner led the Wolverines with seven steals.

Kate Mahoney and Bunny Cramer had 13 points apiece. Mahoney led the team with six assists.

MacKenzie Bailey led the Eagles with six steals.



Menominee Bags

Win Over Stephenson


The Menominee Maroon girls took a win over the Stephenson Eagles that could only be called a total blowout as the maroons won 48-5.

The win saw Menominee control the board 15-2 at half before going wild in the second half to complete overwhelm the eagles.

Menominee's Nerat posted 13 points while Axtell added 9, Olson posted seven while Sinks hit six.



Menominee Takes

Down North Central

with Stout Defense


The Menominee Maroon girls were the victors in Tuesday night's showdown with North Central.

On thier home court the Maroons allowed little in the wa of North Central offense as they held the North Central girls to a 24-14 first half deficit.

Over the last two quarters of play the Maroons added up an addtional 24 points while stopping North central's scoring at just nine second halfpoints.

Menominee's Olson posted 12 points to lead her team while Axtell added 10 and Nerat another nine to the tally.



Marines Can't

Tame Tigers Fall

at Home 67-40


Wrightstown's Leah Lemke and Samantha Kiel combined for 39 points in a 67-40 win over Marinette on Thursday.

The pair shot a combined 15-28 from the field, including 7-for-17 from 3-point range, to pace the Tigers. Kyle Colwell had nine points as well.

Marinette's leading scorers were Olivia Hanson and Gwyneth Hanson, who scored eight apiece, each shooting 3-for-5 from the field.

Riley Kieffer, Bryanna Torkko and Hannah Chenier each scored five points for the Marines.



Panthers Power

Past Marines for

NEC Road Win


Oconto Falls came to Marinette and got a 49-22 win over the Marines on Tuesday night.

The win pushes the Panthers to 4-3 overall, with two wins in a row. They're off until next Tuesday against Shawano.

Marinette (2-6) faces Menominee on Thursday night before a week off for the holidays.



Wausaukee Grabs Road

Win at Stockbridge


Wausaukee got back to winning ways with a 55-17 win over Stockbridge on Thursday.

The Rangers had lost five straight, but they broke that streak with their strong defensive performance over Stockbridge, holding their opponents to 6-for-37 shooting on the day, including 1-for-10 from 3-point range. No Stockbridge player scored more than five points in the game.

The Rangers also forced 35 turnovers in the game.



Marinette Gets

Defensive in Win

Over Waupaca


Marinette held Waupaca to six points in the first half of a 43-28 win on Friday.

The Marines held a 29-6 advantage at halftime, though Waupaca came out with a bit more firepower in the second half, outscoring the Marines 22-14.

Marinette shot 16-for-47 from the field as a team, along with 8-for-12 from the free throw line.

Hannah Chenier scored 12 points, secured seven rebounds and blocked two shots to lead the Marines in all three categories. She was 5-for-12 from the field and 2-for-3 from the free throw line.

Chloe Seymour was 4-for-9 to score nine points. Lindsey Wingender scored seven.

Marinette got 21 steals in the game and committed just five personal fouls. Chenier and Seymour each had four takeaways.

The Marines turned the ball over 23 times in the game.



Wildcats Beat Rangers

In Defensive Battle


Lena and Wausaukee played a low-scoring game on Tuesday night, with the Wildcats winning 37-27.

Lena left Wausaukee with a win, but they have one more game coming up before the holidays, taking on Elcho on the road Thursday night. They then take more than a week off before picking back up against Goodman-Pembine on Jan. 4. G-P is still seeking its first win on the year.

Wausaukee will have one more chance to get the sour taste out of their mouth before an extended break, as the Rangers take on Southern Door on the road Thursday night.

Southern Door (1-8) picked up its first win of the year on Friday, a 62-40 win over Sturgeon Bay.



Niagara Defeats

Suring by Ten


The Niagara Badgers beat Suring 62-52 Tuesday night to extend their record to 6-1.

The Badgers will ride their four-game win streak through the holiday break. They next play on Tuesday against Three Lakes.

Suring has been busy, as they take a 5-5 record into their week-long break. The Eagles have lost four of five after starting the season 4-1.

Josie Rock posted a game leading 24 points for the Badgers while Morgan Borchardt added on 16 points.


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