GIRLS BASKETBALL: Stevens leads Bowler with 20 points, 20 rebounds

Nordin scores 30 to lead Shawano past Seymour; Bonduel and Lena still perfect in conference play
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NEW Media Staff

Friday, Feb. 9

Bonduel

Bonduel crushed Manawa 70-28 in Central Wisconsin East Conference action. The Bears improved to 13-0 in league play and 21-2 overall.

Bonduel was led by Hailee Thompson and her 19 points, including four triples, along with Ella Hischke with 14 and Audrey Weier with 10.

Juliana Jacobs led the Bears with eight rebounds, with Thompson and Weier each grabbing seven, and Hischke and Hailey Zernicke each with six. Hischke led with five assists and seven steals.

Bowler

Isabella Stevens scored 20 points, Paige Treptow knocked down 14 and Natalie Rickert had 12 as Bowler squeaked past Northland Lutheran 58-56 in Central Wisconsin North Conference action.

The other 12 points in the game came from Bertina Dodge with eight and Autumn Thiex with four.

Stevens also pulled down an incredible 20 rebounds and also led her team with five assists and five steals.

Bowler improved to 5-2 in conference action and 10-9 overall.

Gresham

The Wildcats had no trouble against White Lake, as Gresham pounded the Lakers 65-7 in a Central Wisconsin North Conference game.

Gresham improved to 7-0 in conference play and 16-4 overall.

Marion

The Mustangs dropped a non-conference game to Rosholt 38-15. Marion is 3-17 overall.

Menominee Indian

Menominee Indian fell a game behind Weyauwega-Fremont with a 48-42 loss in Central Wisconsin East Conference play.

The Eagles are now 5-7 in the conference and 8-13 overall.

Oconto Falls

A 5-2 overtime period was needed for Oconto Falls to claim a 43-40 North Eastern Conference win over Denmark.

Maddy Maloney led Oconto Falls with 12 points, and Amber Otto scored 10.

Otto pulled down nine rebounds, Rylie Shallow had five assists, and Shallow and Maloney each had three steals.

Oconto Falls led 15-13 at halftime, but Denmark’s 25-23 second half showing knotted the score at 38-38 at the end of regulation time.

The Panthers are 9-8 in conference action.

Pulaski

Maggie Lardinois and Lily Urban each scored six points to lead Pulaski in the Red Raiders’ 46-19 loss to Ashwaubenon in Fox River Classic Conference action.

Pulaski trailed 23-7 at the break and was outscored 23-12 in the second half.

The Red Raiders are 9-8 in conference play and 11-12 overall.

Wittenberg-Birnamwood

Melaina Granquist knocked down three 3-pointers and scored 22 points in Wittenberg-Birnamwood’s 69-26 win over Amherst.

Rory Salvesen added another 19 for the Chargers, Harper Rogowski scored 11, and Faith Resch had 10.

The Chargers led 42-6 at intermission and went on to outscore their hosts 27-20 in the second half.

Granquist also led her team with nine rebounds, and Salvesen led with five assists and six steals.

Wittenberg-Birnamwood improved to 11-2 in conference play, having won its last six conference games.

Thursday, Feb. 8

Gillett

Cilena Guns led all scorers with 17 points and Emily Soper added 11 in Gillett’s 43-41 victory over Coleman in Marinette & Oconto Conference action.

Also scoring for the Tigers were the other four players: Mia Soper with seven, Maggie Kaczmarek with four, and Lily Hansen and Sophie Limberg, each with two.

Coleman held an 18-16 lead at the break, with Gillett coming from behind with a 27-23 second half to capture the two-point win.

Gillett improved to 8-6 in the conference and 12-9 overall.

Lena

It was no contest for Lena in their 61-20 clobbering of Wausaukee in a Marinette & Oconto Conference game.

Eva Brooks led all scorers with 25 points, more than all of Wausaukee players combined. Madilyn Thomson scored another 15. Brooks connected on a pair of 3-pointers.

Brooks also led with 13 rebounds and four assists. Thomson had six steals.

At 14-0 in conference play and 21-1 overall, Lena dominated Wausaukee with a 35-8 first half and 26-12 second half.

Shawano

Leah Nordin scored 30 points and Abby Bystol added 11 as Shawano downed Seymour 63-54.

The Hawks improved to 5-6 in the Bay Conference and 15-7 overall.

Tuesday, Feb. 6

Bonduel

Another game and another win for Bonduel.

The Bears crushed Weyauwega-Fremont 78-33 in a Central Wisconsin East Conference game. Bonduel improved to 12-0 in conference play and 20-2 overall.

Gresham

All five Gresham girls and all seven Niagara girls scored in a low-scoring non-conference game at Niagara.

Madolyn Haffner’s 10 points led the Wildcats in their 31-26 win. Lexi Baddmoccosin-Barnes scored eight points, Janay Pecore-Kirkland added six, Jocelyn Cerveny scored five and Jesse Jensen added two.

Gresham posted a slim one-point lead at the half and enlarged that with a 16-12 score after the break.

Marion

Marion dropped to 2-6 in the Central Wisconsin North Conference following a 53-26 loss to Northland Lutheran at home. The Mustangs are 3-16 overall.

Chargers clip Eagles

Rory Salvesen lit up the scoreboard with 39 points, including a trio of triples, as Wittenberg-Birnamwood slammed Menominee Indian 66-47 in a Central Wisconsin East Conference contest.

Melaina Granquist also scored 10 in the victory.

Granquist led Wittenberg-Birnamwood with nine rebounds, Brie Ladika had four assists, and Salvesen nabbed eight steals.

The Chargers improved to 10-2 in the conference and 19-2 overall. The Eagles fell to 5-6 in league play and 8-12 overall.

Pulaski

The Red Raiders came from behind to notch a 61-56 Fox River Classic Conference win over Green Bay Preble.

Olivia Sprangers led Pulaski with 20 points, with Maggie Lardinois contributing 11.

Green Bay Preble led 25-21 after the first half, but Pulaski fought back to a 40-31 second half and the five-point win.

The win moved the Red Raiders to 9-7 in conference play and 11-11 overall.

Monday, Feb. 5

Lena

Lena lost its first game of the year, a non-conference matchup against Crandon.

Now 20-1 overall, Lena was beaten by two points, 56-54. Crandon led 33-26 at the half, and even though Lena won the second half 28-23, it wasn’t enough for the win.

Eva Brooks led the Wildcats with 25 points, including three 3-pointers. Kali Fischer scored 13 points, and Madilyn Thomson added 12. The other four points were scored by Whitney Potter.

Thomson led her team with 11 boards, seven assists and two steals.

Menominee Indian

After a three-game winning streak in the Central Wisconsin East Conference, Menominee Indian lost a non-conference battle to Oneida Nation, 61-56.