Hawks, Chargers, Wildcats win second girls basketball games

NEW Media Staff

The Lena Wildcats earned their second win of the season with a 67-41 victory over Three Lakes/Phelps on Nov. 16.

Lena was leading 33-22 at the break and outscored their guests 34-19 in the second half.

The Wildcats had three players score in double digits. Kali Fischer led the way with 19 points, while Madilyn Thomson score 18 and Eva Brooks had 16.

Whitney Potter scored eight points, including the Wildcats’ only three-pointer.

Brooks led the way with 15 rebounds, and Potter grabbed five more. Brooks and Potter teamed up to lead the team with five and three assists, respectively. Brooks was also the team leader with five steals, with Thomson and Fischer each getting four.

Shawano vs. Wausau East

Leah Nordin scored 26 points and Abby Bystol had 15 as Shawano’s girls basketball team won 76-39 over Wausau East on Nov. 16.

The Hawks improved to 2-0 on the season.


Wittenberg-Birnamwood hosted Rosholt on Nov. 16 and handed the Hornets a stinging blow.

The Chargers won 54-11 to improve to 2-0 on the season.

Menominee Indian vs. Oconto Falls

Oconto Falls had just enough in the gas tank each half to win its first game of the season while giving Menominee Indian its second loss in as many outings.

The Panthers topped the Eagles 35-30 in the first half and 32-30 in the second half to beat their hosts 67-60.

Anisa Peters led the Eagles with 21 points, had two assists, and grabbed five rebounds and two steals. Ayanna Smith added 17 points, while grabbing six rebounds and two steals with six assists. Urijih Reevis pitched in another 13 points. Reevis led the team with 14 rebounds, while also recording one assist and one steal.

Natalie Peters recorded 12 rebounds.


Marion had little chance at Almond Bancroft High School on Nov. 16 as the girls basketball team lost 79-9.

The Mustangs trailed 50-4 going into the break and were outscored 29-5 in the second half.

It was Marion’s first game of the season.