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Bulldogs Hand Blue Devils Second Straight Loss

Issue Date: February 16, 2022

Area Girls Basketball

After starting the season 21-0, the Oconto girls were beaten for the second straight game without star forward Lianna Baxter on Monday, this time on the road at Peshtigo, 60-42.

On the other hand, Peshtigo bounced back from a disappointing 51-41 loss at Gillett on Saturday to beat the Packerland's top squad, a big win despite Baxter's absence.

The Bulldogs seemed to feel the weight of that loss, as they came out hot. They took a 13-5 lead early on a 3-pointer by Akira Smalls. By halftime, it was 32-12.

Oconto made some adjustments in the second half and ended up scoring 30 points to Peshtigo's 28, but they couldn't cut into Peshtigo's big lead.

Peshtigo coach Lance Pesch said the team was having discussions about where to go from its loss to Gillett.

"In the locker room, there was conversation in there about the rest of the season on where we go from here," he said after the loss. "We can get better or we can get bitter. We've got to get better. Which way are you going to go?"

If Monday is any indication, they're headed in the right direction.

"I'm just happy for them. We didn't want to go on a 3-game skid, and you've got Coleman coming up, so you know they're undefeated in the conference, so that could have easily been one," he said. "It was nice to see a cohesive team tonight. We haven't been family for a while, and tonight we were family."

Jaci Tonn had a strong scoring game, leading the Bulldogs with 18 points, 13 of which came in the first half. She made four 3-pointers.

Sydney Lund got 15 and Smalls had 14. Smalls made three 3-pointers.

"What can you say? If you start hitting 3-point shots, you're going to win a lot of games," Pesch said.

Addisyn Viestenz scored 24 of Oconto's 42 points. She made seven of her 11 field goals and seven of 11 free throws, also leading the team with three assists.

"She's a good shooter. Sometimes I'd like to see her shoot more. I was in her ear a little bit to shoot more, but that will come," Oconto coach Nick Thomson said. "Being a younger player, just having that confidence to step up in those spots, it'll come as she plays more."

Oconto lost 67-28 to Bonduel on Friday, and now 60-42 against Peshtigo as Baxter continues to progress toward a return from injury. The Blue Devils have one game left, a home matchup with Seavstopol on Thursday, before playoffs begin.

"Obviously with Lianna out, we didn't have much traction against Bonduel and we kind of started the same way today. In the second half, I think we kind of settled in and started doing some things that we're capable of, even if Lianna's not here, but she's a big part of what we do," Thomson said. "Being able to rest Lianna is huge. Our goal is to go as deep as we can in the tournament, and she wasn't confident in where she was at quite yet, and it didn't pay to push it."



Lena Takes Hard Fought

Win over Wausaukee


The Wausaukee Rangers are still seeking their first M&O Conference win of the season, and they came oh-so-close to grabbing it Thursday before Lena seized a late 52-49 victory.

With just over seven minutes remaining, Lena led 40-35. Seven Wausaukee points later, punctuated by a bucket by Sparrow Luccarini, Wausaukee led 42-40.

From there, it was a seesaw battle, with five more lead changes and two ties.

With the game tied at 45, Lena's Natalie McNurlen went to the free throw line and made one free throw to give her team the lead.

On the other end of the floor, Luccarini scored to restore Wausaukee's advantage with three minutes to go.

Breanna Koslowsky gave Lena a 48-47 lead with 2:47 to play. Luccarini was again Wausaukee's go-to offensive option. She scored with 1:45 on the clock to give Wausaukee a 49-48 lead, but that would be the last points for Wausaukee on the night.

Lena took the lead on a shot by Koslowsky. After she turned it over on the offensive end, Wausaukee's Melody Schaal got her team another chance with a steal, but a miss with less than 20 seconds to go gave Wausaukee the ball and another chance.

After a Ranger miss, McNurlen made two free throws to give her team the final 52-49 advantage.

"I wanted to get the lead one more time," Wausaukee coach Dave Messar said. "I thought if we could, we maybe could've mustered the win, but they've won a lot more than we have. They know how to win, and frankly, we don't. We're battling. We'll get a win eventually."

The win was Lena's sixth in conference play and 12th overall, including four wins in a row. Just knowing how to win can make a big difference.

"Right now, it's a difference between they're struggling, they don't know how to win. We've been on a winning streak in some close games, that makes a difference," Lena coach Tim Goldschmidt said. "We were a little shorthanded with some girls fouling out. We went to some other girls on the bench, and I thought they did a great job."

McNurlen finished the game with 21 points to lead all scorers. Whitney Potter chipped in 11, Koslowsky had eight, and Chaela Rabas scored seven. Eva Brooks had five points, all in the first half.

Sparrow Luccarini's 19 points led Wausaukee. Rachel Schlies scored 17 and Autumn Schroeder added nine.

Brooks had nine rebounds to lead her team, along with two assists, two steals and two blocks. McNurlen's four assists and five steals paced the Wildcats.

"It was old-time basketball. Unfortunately we came up short, but our effort was good, our defense played well," Messar said. "Other kids stepped up tonight. They wanted this one really bad. I'm extremely proud of our effort. Unfortunately it's not what we wanted, but we had a freshman on the floor, and we're building. We will get better."



Gillett Gets Big

Non-Conference

Win Over Peshtigo


Gillett's trio of Alaina Herzog, Carleigh Kaczmarek and Macy Franti combined for 41 points in a 51-41 win over Peshtigo on Saturday, while the Tigers' defense gave the Bulldogs trouble.

The Bulldogs led at halftime, 21-19, but Gillett came out and scored 32 points in the second half to pull away with a 10-point win.

After a back-and-forth first half, the Tigers came out with more fire in the second half.

It wasn't immediate, as Peshtigo took a 25-19 lead early, but Gillett took its first second-half lead at 29-28 on a Franti 3-pointer. With just under seven minutes to play, Gillett had extended its lead to 38-30.

The lead hit 11 with two free throws by Kaczmarek, making it 45-34.

The Bulldogs cut it to eight again at 49-41 with 53 seconds left, but they weren't able to close the gap any further.

Peshtigo coach Lance Pesch said that his team was a bit flat in the second half, but the Bulldogs also lost the coaching battle to Gillett coach Gary Regal.

"We got outplayed, we got outcoached. We just laid an egg tonight," Pesch said. "Gary Regal is a wonderful coach, and if you can't counter him, you're going to get beat. We came out flat in the second half. Last night at NEW was the same way and we got away with it, not tonight."

Peshtigo's Sydney Lund led all scorers with 20 points, making nine of her 13 field goals. The rest of the Bulldog squad finished with 21 points on 8-29 shooting. Jaci Tonn and Emma Gilligan had six points apiece.

Franti scored 18 in an unusual fashion, making only one of her 12 2-point field goals but sinking all 10 of her free throws and two of her four 3-pointers. She also led the team with six assists.

Herzog was 6-10 for 13 points and Kaczmarek scored 10. The duo had seven rebounds each.

Naomi Anker scored seven points with three rebounds and four assists. She guarded Lund for the majority of the game as well.

On what her top goal for the game was, she said simply, "Stop No. 4 (Lund)."

"She was the main player, she usually averages 20 points, so just not letting her cut," Anker said. "She was really good at cutting down to the basket."

Regal said Lund "was going to get her points because she's a really good player," but he was happy with his team's defense.

"We've had two pretty good games before this, Crivitz and Oneida, where we really defended. We're getting back to where we're defending and taking care of the ball. That's been our key all year. If we play well, we defend and take care of the ball," Regal said. "I think we defended well, we knew we had to stop Lund and Gilligan from the outside, and I thought we did pretty good."



Menominee Defense Stops

Marquette in 11 Point Victory


The last time Menominee and Marquette met on the hardwood, Maria Millado scored 17 first-half points and finished with 25 to push the Redettes past the Maroons 47-42.

In that January matchup, Marquette scored 31 points in the first half. When the two teams played Wednesday, Menominee's defense allowed just 27 points in an 11-point win, and Millado was held to just two points.

No Marquette player managed to score more than six in the game. Marquette finished with 11 points in the first half, with five in the first quarter and six in the second. Menominee led 19-11 at half. Both teams scored 11 in the third quarter, and Menominee had an 8-5 advantage in the fourth.

"It's a tale of two games, that's for sure. We really focused on the things we got beat on up in Marquette, which was the transition game really killed us. They had 16 points in transition. We didn't allow many to happen tonight, which was a huge turning point for us tonight for us as a team defensively," Menominee coach Lucas Chouinard said. "We allowed Millado to get 25 points up there. She had two tonight. That shows how great we can be defensively when we play as a team. I thought that really showed tonight."

Menominee's leading scorers were Rylee Wickstrom with 12 and Anna Nerat with 13. Nerat notably hit a 3-pointer right before the end of the first half, which gave the Maroons a boost going into the half.

"We were struggling scoring at that point, and I think we hit back-to-back threes with Anna's being the second one," Chouinard said. "We were kind of stagnant offensively at that time, so credit to them for sticking with it and getting an open shot when you have the opportunity."

That duo of Wickstrom and Nerat combined for 25. Rylee Doyle scored six and Kennedy Olson added five. Chouinard will take whatever offense he can get as long as his defense keeps up its current level.

"We've been saying that consistently over the course of the year: "It doesn't matter if the score is 28-27, you still win. It may be ugly offensively, but you're holding teams down,'" he said. "And as long as we can continue to do that, limit their possessions, I like how we're playing going into the postseason."



Bulldogs Secure Win Over

Green Bay NEW Lutheran


Sydney Lund's 18 points helped push Peshtigo past NEW Lutheran 41-34 on Friday.

Lund scored nine points in each half to lead all scorers. Allison Peters added 10 and Akira Smalls finished with seven.

Lund also tied the team lead with seven rebounds. Jaci Tonn had seven rebounds and two blocks before fouling out late.

Peters, Smalls, and Lund each had two steals.



Huge 2nd Half Pushes Coleman

to Win Over Crivitz


Coleman exploded for 46 points in the second half of a 62-49 win over Crivitz on Thursday.

At halftime, the Cougars had been held to just 16 points and trailed 22-16, but the second half was a very different story.

The Cougars attempted a whopping 48 free throws in the game, sinking 26.

Aubrey Bintz led the offensive line, scoring 23 points on 6-12 shooting from the field and making 10 of 16 free throws. Cameron Zeitler scored 15 (4-15 FG, 6-8 FT), and Kiersten Jensen added nine (1-4 FG, 6-8 FT).

Bintz also had 13 rebounds and two assists in the game, both Cougar bests.

Crivitz attempted eight free throws, 40 less than the Cougars did, which cancelled out their 21-16 advantage in made field goals.

Nilea Guns (5-14 FG, 2-2 FT, 3-6 3PT) scored 15 points and Cilena Guns scored 13 (6-12 FG, 1-2 FT) for the Wolverines. Cilena Guns had 10 rebounds to lead her team.

The win kept Coleman undefeated in conference play at 13-0.



Bobcats Bounce Forest

Park in Big 2nd Half


Florence held Forest Park's offense down in a 51-29 win on Friday.

Florence led 28-15 at halftime.

Isabella Millan scored 19 points on 5-25 shooting. She made nine of 12 free throws. She also had seven rebounds, three assists, three steals, and three blocks.

Victoria Peterson scored 12 points on 6-12 shooting, with seven rebounds, while Paige Uren made both her field goals and both her free throws to score six points. Kamdan Johnson and Audrey Selden scored five each. Both had four steals, and Johnson's four assists were a team high.



Bobcats Take 52-30

Loss to Crandon


Florence fell short against Crandon on Thursday, 52-30.

Isabella Millan scored 17 points with 12 rebounds, two assists, and two blocks.

Kamdan Johnson was Florence's next-highest scorer, with six points. She led the team with three assists.



Cougar's Finish Perfect Regular

Season With Win Over Suring


The Coleman Cougars, having already locked up sole possession of the M&O Conference title, wrapped up an undefeated conference season with a 51-43 win over Suring on Tuesday.

The Cougars are 14-0, led by a balanced scoring attack on this particular night. Aubrey Bintz and Cameron Zeitler each scored 10 and Desiree Nowak had nine.

Suring's Christine Sleeter was 10-22 from the field and 8-10 from the free throw line to finish with 28 points, along with 15 rebounds and four steals.

MacKenzie Bailey had eight points and seven rebounds. Kate Mahoney had five points, four rebounds, and four assists.

Coleman finishes the M&O slate at a clean 14-0. They finish the season with Peshtigo (13-3 Packerland) and Gibraltar (1-14 Packerland) next week Thursday and Saturday, respectively, before a regional matchup with Roncalli on Tuesday, Feb. 22.

Roncalli is 0-13 in Eastern Wisconsin Conference play and 3-20 overall, having lost 11 of 12 overall with one regular-season game to play.

The Jets average 34.65 points per game, led by Lauren Stangel, who has scored 6.1 points per game.



Florence Gets Rolling

With Win Over Wausaukee


Florence defeated Wausaukee 63-43 on Monday.

Isabella Millan led Florence with 20 points on 5-20 shooting. She made 10 of 13 free throws, along with eight rebounds, seven assists, two steals, and two blocks.

Kamdan Johnson scored 14 on 509 shooting, with eight rebounds, four assists, and three steals.

Leah Young and Vicki Peterson each scored nine, and Paige Uren ended with seven points and five rebounds.

Florence led 29-23 at half and finished the second half with a 34-20 advantage.



Florence Defeats

Niagara 55-48


Florence's Isabella Millan scored 28 points in a 55-48 win over Niagara on Tuesday.

The Florence star scored her points on 9-28 shooting, making 10 of 12 free throws. She once again led the team with 14 rebounds.

Kamdan Johnson had an efficient and well-rounded game, scoring 14 points on 5-8 shooting, along with making both her free throws. She led the team with four assists and added eight rebounds and two blocks.

As a team, Florence was 19-51 from the field in the non-conference road win.



Niagara Takes Win Over

Suring in 2nd Half Shootout


Thursday saw Niagara and Suring play two totally different brands of basketball in the two halves of play.

The first half was an offensive struggle, with the teams combining for 29 points. The Badgers held an 18-11 advantage at the break.

Whatever offensive strategies the two coaches talked about at halftime, they worked. The teams more than doubled that offensive output, scoring 63 points.

In the end, Niagara got a 51-41 win. Morgan Borchardt led all scorers with 16, Abby Wells scored 12, and Mallory Sanicki scored 11.

Suring's MacKenzie Bailey led her team with 13 points and 11 rebounds. Christine Sleeter had 12 points with nine rebounds, and Kate Mahoney scored 12 with a team-high nine assists.



Oconto Takes First Loss

of Season to Bonduel


Bonduel handed Oconto its first loss of the 2021 season on Friday by a 67-28 score.

Oconto, playing without Lianna Baxter, the team's leader in scoring, rebounding and assists, struggled to score. Oconto took just 30 shots, making 10. The Blue Devils turned the ball over 40 times.

Addisyn Viestenz led Oconto with 15 points on 6-12 shooting. She was the Blue Devils' only scorer with more than five points. Kyanne Wusterbarth had six.

Hannah Moe finished with 13 rebounds to lead the team.

Bonduel's Allaina Robaidek scored 19 points to lead all scorers.



Tigers Hold onto Lead

to Beat Thunderhawks


Gillett beat Oneida Nation 48-30 on Thursday night.

Alaina Herzog led the way with 13 points on 6-12 shooting. She tied the team lead with seven rebounds as well.

It was an evenly spread scoring night for Gillett. After Herzog's 13, five players scored between five and eight.

Cheyenne Krueger shared that lead with seven rebounds and added eight points. Carleigh Kaczmarek scored eight as well.

Macy Franti's eight assists led the Tigers in addition to her six points. Laney DeBauch and Naomi Anker scored six and five, respectively.



Wrightstown Hands

Oconto Falls 14 Point Loss


Oconto Falls ran into a red-hot Wrightstown side on Friday night. The Tigers came into the game having won 10 of their last 11, including a 54-35 win over the Panthers on Jan. 7.

Oconto Falls was also on a bit of roll, having won five in a row entering the contest, but it was Wrightstown that got the 46-32 win on Friday.

Wrightstown's Abby Radtke scored 14, Samantha Kiel scored 13, and Kylie Collwell finished with 11.

Alexis Euclide's 11 led Oconto Falls and Kati Raddatz scored nine.

Wrightstown is 18-4 overall and 14-2 in North Eastern Conference play.




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