GIRLS BASKETBALL: Bonduel, Lena, Shawano all notch huge wins

NEW Media Staff

Friday, Feb. 2


Bonduel girls dispensed of Shiocton with ease, downing their hosts 67-18 to improve to 11-0 in the Central Wisconsin East Conference.

Lena crushes Gillett

Eva Brooks sank 20 points and Madilyn Thomson scored 17 to lead Lena past Gillett 59-24 in Marinette & Oconto Conference action.

Thomson also led her team with seven boards, while Brooks and Whitney Potter each had four assists, and Potter had five steals.

Gillett was led by Hope Soper’s 10 points.

Lena, 13-0 in the conference, outscored Gillett, 7-6 in the conference, by scores of 31-8 in the first half and 28-16 in the second half.


Marion only managed to score in single digits in each half as the Mustangs lost 59-13 to Valley Christian in non-conference action.

Valley Christian led 41-6 at halftime, and also won the second half 18-7.

Marion is 3-15 overall.

Oconto Falls

Oconto Falls trounced Clintonville 58-10 in their latest North Eastern Conference matchup.

The Panthers scored 30 points in the first half and 28 in the second half, while the Truckers only managed five points in each half.

Oconto Falls had a balanced attack as all nine players scored, but none hit double digits. Maddy Maloney led the way with nine points, followed by Rylie Shallow and Amber Otto, each with eight, and Kati Raddatz and Bailee Gorman, each with seven. Maddy Przybylski and Hannah Ludemann each scored six points, Morgan Moynihan scored four, and Brynn Hodkiewicz had three.

The Panthers improved to 8-7 in conference play and 12-8 overall.


A dismal first half left Pulaski in such a large hole, there was no way out. The 53-41 loss to Manitowoc Lincoln put both teams at 8-7 in the Fox River Classic Conference.

Trailing 27-8 at the break, Pulaski’s 33-26 second-half rally wasn’t enough to claim the game.

All eight Red Raiders scored, as they were led by Olivia Sprangers with 12 points.


Shawano pounded Green Bay East 75-28 to improve to 4-6 in the Bay Conference.


Bunny Cramer scored 20 points, and Emily Peterson scored 10 points, but Suring fell 56-45 to Niagara in a Marinette & Oconto Conference game.

Suring, 2-9 in their conference, trailed 27-13 at the break but won the second half 32-29.

Thursday, Feb. 1

Gresham tops Bowler

Bowler’s chance to move into a tie for first place in the Central Wisconsin North Conference failed as the Panthers lost to first-place Gresham 67-51.

The Panthers’ 4-2 mark puts them in second place, with the Wildcats’ 6-0 record keeping them in first by themselves.

Menominee Indian

Menominee Indian edged out Amherst 64-62 for its third straight Central Wisconsin East Conference win. The Eagles are now 5-5 in league play and 8-10 overall.

Oconto Falls

All 13 players from Oconto Falls and Freedom scored, but it was the visiting Freedom team that finished on top, 45-29.

Oconto Falls was led by Rylie Shallow and Bailee Gorman with eight points each. Maddy Maloney added six, Ryan Hodkiewicz added three, and Kati Raddatz and Amber Otto each had two.

Freedom doubled up on the Panthers with a 28-14 first half. The closer 17-15 second half was also in favor of Freedom.


Pulaski and Ashwaubenon are now tied at 8-6 in the Fox River Valley Conference following the Red Raiders’ 44-39 win.

Maggie Lardinois led Pulaski with 12 points, and Olivia Sprangers scored another 11.

Trailing 29-21 at the break, the Red Raiders turned the game around with a solid 23-10 second half that gave them the five-point win.

Tuesday, Jan. 30


Hailey Zernicke scored 13 points and Elisa Hischke added 12 as Bonduel defeated Stratford 42-32 in a non-conference matchup.

The Bears, 18-2 overall, held a comfortable 32-14 lead at the break. Even though Stratford outscored Bonduel 18-10 in the second half, the deficit was too much for them to reverse.


Valley Christian held an eight-point lead at halftime, but their 44-25 second half sealed the win over Bowler 75-48 in non-conference action. Bowler dropped to 9-8 overall.


Lena controlled the game throughout as the Wildcats dominated Oneida Nation 67-45 in Marinette & Oconto Conference action.

Lena was led by Madilyn Thomson’s 29 points, with Eva Brooks adding 13 and Whitney Potter chipping in 10 more. Kali Fischer scored nine, and Hannah Thomson added another six.

Lena, 12-0 in conference play, led 32-17 after the first half and outscored their hosts 35-28 in the second half.

Oconto Falls

Waupaca, 3-11 in the North Eastern Conference, hosted Oconto Falls and sent the Panthers home a 61-46 loss. Oconto Falls dropped to 7-6 in the conference and 11-7 overall.


In a surprising loss, Pulaski pulled up short against Bay Port, dropping a 45-42 Fox River Classic Conference game.

Bay Port jumped out to an 18-10 lead at the half, and even though Pulaski won the second half 32-27, it wasn’t enough for the win.

The Red Raiders are 7-6 in the conference, while Bay Port improved to 3-10.


Suring’s 2-9 record in the Marinette & Oconto Conference worsened to 2-10 when they played second-place Coleman. Suring lost 55-39, and Coleman improved to 12-1 in conference action.

Birdee Cramer led Suring with 11 points, and Bunny Cramer scored nine.

Coleman controlled the game with a 38-17 first half, while Suring outscored them 22-17 after the break.


Strong play by the Chargers paved the way for a 52-25 non-conference win over Crandon.

Wittenberg-Birnamwood, 17-2 overall, dominated the first half 38-18, and even won the slower tempo of the second half 14-8.

Monday, Jan. 29


Gillett improved to 11-8 overall with a 58-49 non-conference win over Green Bay NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy.


Leah Nordin led the way with 18 points as Shawano downed New London 52-38 in non-conference action.

“Great team defense led to a team victory,” coach Ryan Koenig said.

The Hawks improved to 13-7 overall.


Suring dropped to 2-9 in the Marinette & Oconto Conference after losing 59-42 to Crivitz. The Eagles are 4-14 overall.