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Area Teams Bounced From Tourney Trail

Issue Date: March 3, 2022

Area Girls Basketball

Lund Scores 1000th

Point in Peshtigo Victory

Over Waupaca


The Peshtigo Bulldogs didn't play their best game of the season In their Division 3 regional opener against Waupaca on Wednesday, but they still had plenty to celebrate.

The fifth-seeded Bulldogs came away with a 49-37 win over No. 12 Waupaca, which was seeking just its second win of the season, but the story was senior Sydney Lund scoring her 1,000th point of her career in the first half.

With 1:59 to go in the half, Lund got her 1,000th point, a big milestone, especially for a player that had just one point as a freshman, a lone free throw in a 49-25 loss to Crivitz.

That left her with a long way to go to hit that 1,000-point mark.

"It feels nice to know that all my hard work has paid off," she said. "I've spent so many hours in the summer, in my driveway with my dad, in the open gyms over the summer, and it feels really, really good."

Her dad, Roby Lund, said she works "harder than anybody out there." That has certainly paid off.

"I think I've rebounded about 100,000 shots over the last few years," he said.

She would finish her senior season with 20.8 points per game. She got 23 on Wednesday.

After Lund got her milestone, the Bulldogs still had a lot of work to do against Waupaca. They led just 24-17 at halftime.

"It was definitely a relief, but it was also difficult because it's a regional game, so you can't just get it and say it's over with," Sydney Lund said of scoring her 1,000th point in the first half. "You've got to get it, but then you've got to win, so I'm glad we got that over with in the first half and could focus on just the game."

Wrightstown's Macie Studzinski scored the first bucket of the second half to cut the lead to five.

Peshtigo would go on a little 6-2 mini-run to take a 10-point lead at 30-20 on a 3-pointer by Emma Gilligan, but Waupaca wouldn't go away, cutting it back to six at 32-26.

Peshtigo would keep the lead at six, and never let it get closer than that, although that's even a little too close for comfort.

"We're only up six with about five minutes to go, and I'm thinking, "all they have to do is make one more shot and boy, they'll be fired up,' but we hung in there then," Peshtigo coach Bruce Parkovich said.

With a few minutes to go, the Bulldogs finally pulled away a little bit. Leading 42-32, Allison Peters made a free throw and a field goal, and Lund made two free throws, as Peshtigo stretched the lead to 47-32.

The Bulldogs would hold on to win by 12. They ended the regular season on a two-game win streak, with double-digit wins over Coleman, and Oconto, but they perhaps looked past a one-win Waupaca squad.

"We didn't come out all jacked up like we were against Coleman and Oconto. I think we underestimated them a little bit because of their record," Gilligan said. "They had one win or something, but they come from a good conference, and I think if they were in our conference, they'd have more wins."

Gilligan had nine points on 3-7 shooting from downtown, with four assists and three rebounds as well.

Lund's 23 points came from 6-20 shooting and a 11-13 tally from the free throw line. She had six rebounds, four assists, and four steals.

Peters had eight points and seven rebounds as well.

For Wrightstown, Josie Nickel had a team-high 11 points.



Bulldogs Bumped From

Tourney Trail With

Loss to Wrightstown


Peshtigo saw its season come to a disappointing end with a 59-38 loss to Wrightstown in the second round of regionals on Friday.

The Bulldogs came out flat in the first round against a Waupaca team that went 1-17 in North Eastern Conference play, and they couldn't afford to do the same against Wrightstown on Friday, which went 15-3 in the NEC.

The Bulldogs, seeded fifth in their Division 5 bracket, trailed No. 4 Wrightstown 11-2 right off the bat, with the Tigers' press causing problems for the Bulldogs.

Peshtigo rallied a bit and trailed just 23-17 at halftime, within striking distance with a stronger close to the first half.

"We started out, they pressed us right away, and we turned it over three times and got down 11-2, but the girls fought back," Peshtigo coach Lance Pesch said, adding that shooting woes hurt the team in addition to the Wrightstown press.

In the second half, the game was closer than the score indicates. Up by 10, the Tigers put on a stall late in the game, which forced Peshtigo into a man-to-man defense to try and create some turnovers.

"It was close throughout. The last four or five minutes, they put on a stall and we went man-to-man," Pesch said. "You can't man-to-man Wrightstown. They were breaking to the basket, and they quickly made a 10-point lead into 15, and from there it was over."

Six Tigers scored seven or more points in the game, led by Leah Lemke's 16 points on 6-16 shooting.

Peshtigo's Sydney Lund, playing in her final game as a Bulldog, scored a game-high 20 points, 12 of which came in the second half.

Akira Smalls and Jaci Tonn scored six each.

"We didn't play our best by any means. If we played our best, we would've been in that game, no doubt about it," Pesch said. "The shooting woes got us."

The loss also marked the end of Emma Gilligan's Bulldogs career, as she will join Lund in graduating this year. That means the Bulldogs will lose their two top scorers, as Lund averaged 20.8 points on the season and Gilligan had 9.3 while leading the team in 3-point shooting at 39.1 percent.



Badgers Move to

Regional Final With

Win Over Lena


Niagara earned a spot in the regional final with a 46-37 win over Lena on Friday.

The third-seeded Badgers beat Lena 57-33 on Feb. 18, the regular-season finale for the M&O Conference foes.

In that game, Niagara finished 22-54 from the field, including 6-17 from 3-point range, while Lena was 14-55 with a 1-15 line from deep.

Friday's matchup was much closer. Sixth-seeded Lena made five of 12 3-pointers and 12 of 46 field goals overall.

Eva Brooks scored 12 points to lead the Wildcats, making 4-15 field goals and grabbing a team-high 10 rebounds before fouling out late. She had three steals and four blocks as well.

Chaela Rabas had nine points and Whitney Potter had eight points.

Niagara's Josie Rock and Morgan Borchardt had 13 and 12 points, respectively. Bailey Peterson scored nine, Mallory Sanicki had seven, and Abby Wells finished with five.



Oconto Claims

Regional Win

Over Coleman


Three months after the teams were originally supposed to meet to begin the regular season, Oconto defeated Coleman 64-50 on Friday to bring Coleman's fantastic season to an end.

The two teams were originally supposed to meet on Nov. 18, but that game was cancelled. Since then, Coleman went 18-5 in the regular season, including a perfect 14-0 in M&O Conference play, to earn a No. 5 seed in Division 4.

Oconto had a pretty great regular season themselves, as they won 22 of their 24 games and clinched the Packerland Conference title with just one conference loss along the way, a defeat to Peshtigo to end the regular season in which the Blue Devils played without leading scorer Lianna Baxter.

On Friday, Baxter and the Devils powered past Coleman, with Baxter scoring a game-high 25 points on 10-22 shooting, with a team-high 14 rebounds, six assists, five steals, and five blocks.

Kyanne Wusterbarth had herself a game as well, scoring 17 points and making 5-8 from the field and 5-6 from the free throw line. She had six rebounds, two assists, and two steals.

Leah Allan scored 11 points, and Hannah Moe had six, as well as nine rebounds.

Coleman senior Desiree Nowak gave her best effort to see her Cougars career continue, as she scored 21 points and grabbed 19 rebounds, also leading the team with four steals. She made eight of 15 field goals and five of eight free throws.

Aubrey Bintz scored 10, Kiersten Jensen had nine, and Cameron Zeitler scored seven.

The game was played at a fast pace, with the two teams combining for 143 shots from the field and 39 free throws. Ultimately, it was Oconto making seven more shots from the field and coming away with the win.

Nowak and Jenna Styczynski will graduate from the Coleman ranks this year.

Nowak didn't end up leading the team in scoring, with 9.4 points per game on the season, but she did have 14 double-digit scoring performances on the year, including games of 16 and 21 points in the playoffs.

She led the team with 9.4 rebounds per game as well, including 107 offensive boards over the course of the year.



3 Cougars Combine

for 58, Take Win

Over Roncalli


The Coleman trio of Kiersten Jensen, Aubrey Bintz, and Desiree Nowak combined for 58 points in a 69-54 regional win over Roncalli on Wednesday.

Jensen scored 23 to lead all scorers, hitting five of her nine 3-pointers and nine of 17 field goals overall. Bintz was 7-16 from the field and 5-9 from the free-throw line to score 19, and Nowak scored 16 (6-9 FG, 4-5 FT).

The trio also had fairly well-rounded games. They weren't just scorers.

Jensen had three rebounds and two steals, Bintz had six rebounds, a team-high six assists, and a team-high five assists, and Nowak had 12 rebounds, three assists, and two steals.

Cameron Zeitler also scored nine points on a 3-9 night, with seven rebounds.

Coleman went 26-61 from the field as a team, with 17 of those baskets assisted on the night. The Cougars were 12-20 on free throws.

Roncalli's McKenzie Staudinger and Genessa Schultz scored 14 each.

Coleman was the No. 4 seed, while Roncalli was the 12 seed in their Division 4 regional bracket.



Cardinals Set Down

Wolverines in Regional


Crivitz lost 74-37 in regionals at the hands of the Crandon Cardinals on Wednesday.

Crivitz ends the season 7-16 including regular and postseason games. McKenna Sellen, Kate Richlen, and Morgan Napholz-Dudkiewicz are seniors in the program.



Lena Posts

Tourney Win Over

Goodman-Pembine


Goodman-Pembine couldn't match Lena's balanced and efficient offensive attack in Wednesday's Division 5 regional loss.

Lena scored 66 points, with four players in double figures and eight scoring at least three points, while Goodman-Pembine finished with 23, scored by four players total.

Lena was 26-52 from the field and 5-15 from 3-point range. Natalie McNurlen and Eva Brooks scored 11 apiece, Chaela Rabas scored 10 in 16 minutes, and Claire Brooks needed just 17 minutes to score a game-high 13, making five of her seven shots from the field.

Whitney Potter (seven), Kali Fischer (six), Alabama Lambert (five), and Breanna Koslowsky (three) all got in on the scoring as well.

Eva Brooks led the team with nine rebounds, McNurlen's seven assists were a team high, and Claire Brooks had six steals.

For 11th-seeded Goodman-Pembine, Laynee Dwight scored eight, Cate Gilbert got seven, Colette Gilbert scored seven, and Abbey Roff had two.



Marinette Knocked

out of Tournament

By Seymour


Marinette fell 71-35 to Seymour in the first round of regionals on Wednesday.

Marinette came into the game as the 10 seed, while Seymour was seeded seventh.

Seymour, which finished the year 11-14 overall and 5-7 in Bay Conference play, came out fast and took a 38-16 lead in the opening 18 minutes, then kept things going through the second half.

Marinette's top scorer was Hannah Chenier, who scored 14 points. Lindsey Wingender and Bryanna Torkko each scored five.

For Seymour, Rilee Powless scored 16, while Samantha Nieland and Heather Krause scored 12 apiece.

The end of the season will see the departure of Marinette seniors Chenier, Wingender, and Gwyneth Hanson.

Chenier led the Marines in scoring this season with 9.5 points per game. She scored in double figures 12 times, including 20 points on a 9-14 night against Ashwaubenon on Dec. 30.

Wingender scored just below five points per game, with a standout 16 points in a 55-42 win over Denmark on Feb. 17.

Hanson appeared in nine games for the Marines this season, with her best offensive showing coming against Wrightstown on Dec. 16, when she scored eight points on 3-5 shooting.



Tigers Trounce White Lake

in Post Season Win


Gillett dominated in a 64-10 regional win over White Lake on Wednesday.

The fourth-seeded Gillett defense was suffocating, as the Tigers tallied 19 steals in the game.

Halle Fisher and Carleigh Kaczmarek scored 11 points apiece. Fisher was 5-6 from the field, while also recording a team-high five rebounds.

It was a balanced team effort across the stat sheet for Gillett. Laney DeBauch and Alaina Herzog had eight points each, and Christina Ciancio scored five.

Gillett's 35 rebounds were split amongst 14 different players, with Cheyenne Krueger's six leading the team. Kaczmarek's four assists were a team high.

The win over No. 13 White Lake moved Gillett on to face No. 5 Florence in the next round.



Tough Defense Propels Suring

to Regional Victory Over Bowler


Suring's regional win over Bowler was all but sealed at halftime, with the Eagles holding their opponents to just four first-half points in a 59-18 victory.

MacKenzie Bailey made six of her eight field goals, including three of four 3-pointers, to finish with a team-high 15 points for Suring. Christine Sleeter also had 12 on 5-11 shooting with eight rebounds and a team-high four assists. She was only two rebounds from a triple-double, as she grabbed 10 steals in the game to secure a double-double.

Kate Mahoney, Kaylee Otradovec, and Macie Reed all had five points each for Suring.

Birdee Cramer had a team-high nine rebounds. Hailey Thomson had seven.

Suring came in as the No. 7 seed in their Division 5 bracket. Bowler was the 10 seed.

The win set Suring up for a regional matchup with No. 2 Three Lakes.





Eagles Get Grounded

in Regional 57-33


Three Lakes defeated Suring 57-33 on Friday to end the Eagles' season.

The Blue Jays did their damage early and led 37-14 at halftime. Only five Blue Jays players scored in the game, and four of the five scored 11 or more points.

Suring's Kate Mahoney, Harlee Wolf, and Macyn Garrigan will graduate this spring.

Mahoney averaged eight points per game for the Eagles. Wolf and Garrigan appeared in 23 games each as seniors.



Tigers Advance With

Win Over Florence


Gillett snuck past Florence 47-44 in a hotly contested five-four regional matchup on Friday.

The fourth-seeded Tigers led 24-21 at halftime and held serve with a 23-23 second half.

Carleigh Kaczmarek was 8-17 from the field, including 3-7 from 3-point range, to score a game-high 19 points for Gillett. She had a double-double with 10 rebounds, as well as three assists and two steals.

Alaina Herzog had a double-double with 10 points, 11 rebounds, four assists, and four steals. She was 5-9 from the field.

Macy Franti finished with 13 points, making three of her six 3-pointers, with three assists.

Naomi Anker scored five to go with five rebounds, two assists, and four steals.

Gillett was able to keep Isabella Millan out of the scorebook as much as just about any team has been able to this season, as she finished with 16 points on 5-19 shooting and earned six free throws, making five.

The Bobcats' top scorer averaged over 23 points per game, and was coming off a 33-point game in a win over Gibraltar in the first round of regionals. She had been held to 16 points or less just four times this season.

She had eight rebounds, five assists, two blocks, and a steal. Kamdan Johnson had 10 points on 4-7 shooting, eight rebounds, three assists, two blocks, and a steal.

Vicki Peterson had eight points, six rebounds, and two steals, and Leah Young scored six points.

The win earned Gillett a date with No. 1 Wabeno/Laona.



Oconto Falls' Season

Ends Against Xavier 72-52


Hailey Peitersen's 27 points weren't enough to carry Oconto Falls past Xavier in a 72-52 regional loss on Friday.

The third-seeded Xavier team took a 33-27 lead into halftime, and scored another 39 points in the second half.

It was a balanced effort from Xavier, with Carsyn Stempa scoring 19, Sammie Buss getting 15, Delaney Feldkamp scoring 14, and Olivia Neumann finishing with 12. Halle VadeHey chipped in nine as well.

For Oconto Falls, Peitersen's 27 led the way. Alexis Euclide scored 15, and Grace Oninski had six.

The loss means the departure of Panther seniors Peitersen, Oninski, Euclide, and Jaden Reed.



Three Lakes Second Half

Defense Stops Niagara


Number two seed Three Lakes held off a second-half Niagara rally in a 48-42 regional final win on Saturday.

The third-seeded Badgers trailed 32-17 at halftime, at risk of being blown out, but they charged back into the game at halftime.

Morgan Borchardt scored 13 of her 21 points in the second half, with seven on free throws.

Josie Rock scored all 12 of her points in the second half, all on 3-pointers.

Mallory Sanicki had nine points, all in the first half.

Sanicki, Rock, and Borchardt were the only Badgers to score in the game.

Three Lakes had six scorers, led by Vallie Volk's 14 and Sara Gruszynski's 13. Three Lakes didn't necessarily have an efficient game, however.

They made 14-17 free throws, but they made just four of their 31 3-pointers and 15 of their 60 shots overall.

Three Lakes and No. 1 Wabeno/Laona are set to square off Thursday in Division 5 sectionals.



Three Lakes Second Half

Defense Stops Niagara


Number two seed Three Lakes held off a second-half Niagara rally in a 48-42 regional final win on Saturday.

The third-seeded Badgers trailed 32-17 at halftime, at risk of being blown out, but they charged back into the game at halftime.

Morgan Borchardt scored 13 of her 21 points in the second half, with seven on free throws.

Josie Rock scored all 12 of her points in the second half, all on 3-pointers.

Mallory Sanicki had nine points, all in the first half.

Sanicki, Rock, and Borchardt were the only Badgers to score in the game.

Three Lakes had six scorers, led by Vallie Volk's 14 and Sara Gruszynski's 13. Three Lakes didn't necessarily have an efficient game, however.

They made 14-17 free throws, but they made just four of their 31 3-pointers and 15 of their 60 shots overall.

Three Lakes and No. 1 Wabeno/Laona are set to square off Thursday in Division 5 sectionals.



Tigers Take Loss to

Top Seeded Rebels


The Gillett Tigers came up a few plays short from beating top-seeded Wabeno/Laona in the Division 5 regional final on Saturday.

The fourth-seeded Tigers couldn't get shots to go down on Saturday and lost 35-29 to the No. 1 Rebels. Gillett was 11-31 from the field and 2-13 from the 3-point line. Wabeno/Laona was disciplined on defense, forcing 19 Tiger turnovers while putting Gillett at the line for just three free throws.

The Tigers may not have scored as many points as they would have liked, but they can be proud of their defensive effort, as they held the Rebels to their lowest scoring total since Nov. 30.

Carleigh Kaczmarek's 14 points (4-9 FG, 2-8 3pt) led Gillett. She also had seven rebounds and three assists.

Alaina Herzog scored eight points on 4-8 shooting with 10 rebounds and four steals, both of which were team-highs. She had two assists.

Macy Franti had a team-high six assists to go with two points.



Millan's 33 Leads Florence

Past Gibraltar in Regional Play


Isabella Millan dropped 33 points to lead Florence past Gibraltar in the first round of regionals on Wednesday.

Millan was 11-28 from the field and 8-14 from the free throw line, also recording nine rebounds, two assists, and six steals.

Kamdan Johnson had a double-double as well, scoring 13 points and grabbing 17 rebounds. She also led the team with six assists and had two steals.

Vicki Peterson had seven points nad 10 rebounds.

No. 5 Florence led 31-24 at halftime and pulled away with a 30-17 second half. Gibraltar was the No. 12 seed in the regional.

The Bobcats advanced to face No. 4 Gillett on Friday.


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City Streets & Drainage Committee Okays Permits

08-08-2022Front Page
Aug. 9 Primary Contests For Federal, State, County Offices

08-08-2022Front Page
Chase Kuffel Hired As Peshtigo City Engineer

07-28-2022Front Page
Trygve Rhude Sworn In As Marinette County Supervisor

07-27-2022Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Students Win Poppy Poster Contest

07-27-2022Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Back to School Program Now Registering

07-27-2022Community - Wausaukee
Niagara Town Board May Stop Renting Town Hall

07-27-2022Perspectives
Wanna Go Hunting? DNR to Host Intro To Hunting Webinar Beginning July 28th

07-27-2022Perspectives
Gary B. Schahczenski's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Michael Sievert's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Gerry Schoenfeldt's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Cathi Malke's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Les Gertz's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Jessica Olson's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Ellen Hanneman's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Amy Grandaw's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Linda Gould's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Bob Blackbourn's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Bonnie C. Beamer's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Jeff Jandrey's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Family Matters - From My Window 7/27/22

07-27-2022Perspectives
Country Cousin 7/27/22

07-27-2022Obituaries
Arnold R. Belair

07-27-2022Obituaries
Donald A. Bertrand

07-27-2022Obituaries
James K. Beyer

07-27-2022Obituaries
Carol J. Borths

07-27-2022Obituaries
Michael J. Enstrom

07-27-2022Obituaries
Ruth E. Karkkainen

07-27-2022Obituaries
Judith A. Kirt

07-27-2022Obituaries
Margie A. Jones

07-27-2022Obituaries
Jacob J. Kaster

07-27-2022Obituaries
Michael J. Mann, Jr.

07-27-2022Obituaries
Marie Marquardt

07-27-2022Obituaries
Jeffery L. Meyer

07-27-2022Obituaries
Marcia A. Peters


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