Buzzer-beater lifts A-B past Menominee Indian

Buzzer-beater lifts A-B past Menominee Indian


Buzzer-beater lifts A-B past Menominee Indian


MENOMINEE – Marissa Warzynski hit a last second 3-pointer at the buzzer to give the Almond-Bancroft girls basketball team a thrilling 35-33 victory on Friday. Warzynksi finished with 13 points and McKenzie Miner had nine. Casey Frechette and S. Peters paced Menominee with 11 points each. Almond-Bancroft’s record is now 3-1 on the season.

“Our defense was excellent tonight. We really played hard and got after it,” said Eagles coach Roger Young.

“(It was a) close game, hard fought all the way through. They took a one-point lead, I would say (with) about 30 seconds left when (Menominee) made a three-pointer. We ending up fouling and turning the ball over.

“They missed the free throw and that was with seven seconds left… We called a play but it didn’t really work. We got the rebound and we got Marissa open out on the top of the key. We just threw it out to her and she made the shot.”

Almond-Bancroft 12 8 3 12 35
Menominee Indian 13 8 5 7 33

Almond Bancroft: McKenzie Miner 9, Marissa Warzynski 13, Hailey Wierzba 8, Hattie Berry 2, Kayla Smith 3.

Men: Casey Frechette 11, A. John 3, Mahkimetas 2, S. Peters 11, Joan Wokka 6.

3-Pointers AB(2): Warzynski, 2. Men(2): Frechette, A. John.

Rosholt 55,
Bowler 32

ROSHOLT – Leah Glodowski and Nikayla Glodowski each had 12 points, as the Hornets downed the Panthers in a Central Wisconsin Conference-10 game.

Carrissa Wright chipped in 10 for the Hornets.

“The girls played hard and we got some scoring from some girls that hadn’t been scoring which was good to see,” Rosholt coach Megan Boldig said.

ROSHOLT (55): Carrissa Wright 10, Chantel Cordova 2, Kim Hintz 4, Renae Bembenek 8, Jasmine Yenter 2, Bri Richter 5, Nikayla Glodowski 12, Leah Glodowski 12.

BOWLER (32): Carly Peters 10, Ashlyn Brisk 8, Kristina Koening 4, Nicole Waters 2, Mikesha Williams 3, Terri Serrano 4.

3-pointers: Bowler 1, (Williams); Rosholt none.

Records: Rosholt 5-1, 4-0 CWC-10; Bowler 2-4, 1-3 CWC-10.

Amhest 66, Iola-Scandinavia 12

AMHERST – Jaimee Pitt outscored the Thunderbirds by herself with 21 points as the Falcons rolled to a Central Wisconsin Conference-8 victory.

Lindsay Rutz had eight points and eight rebounds for Amherst and Shannon Serafin chipped in nine points.

“We haven’t defended all that great thus far, but to have such a good showing defensively tonight and continue to execute on offense was good to see,” Falcons coach Jay Pitt said.

Iola-Scand. 3 0 5 4 12
Amherst 22 13 15 16 66

IOLA-SCANDINAVIA (12): Brooke Phillips 7, Jane Oligney 3, Bonikoski 2.

AMHERST (66): Kelsey Holdermann 4, Jaimee Pitt 21, Hannah Glennon 2, Brooke Groholski 8, Marisa Loken 2, Hannah Grawey 4, Ashley Pionkowski 6, Lindsay Rutz 8, Jessica Peterson 2, Shannon Serafin 9.

3-pointers: I-S 1, (Oligney); Amherst 7, (Holdermann, Pitt 5, Groholski).

Records: Amherst 5-0, 3-0 CWC-8; I-S 3-3, 1-2 CWC-8.

Pacelli 44,
Manawa 36

Anna Lensmire (14) and Marisa Rice (12) combined for 26 of the Cardinals’ points in a Central Wisconsin Conference-8 victory.

Our defense won this game, we created 25 turnovers and outrebounded and that was the key to the game,” Pacelli coach Todd Rice said.

Amherst 53, Iola 35

IOLA – Caleb Glennon led the Falcons to a win with 20 points, and was helped out by Joe Biadasz who scored 12 and Marcus Jensen who scored 14. Kristian Welch paced Iola with his 10 points.

“Amherst showed why they are one of the top teams in the conference. We just weren’t able to match their intensity and athleticism.” said Iola coach Sam Birch.

Amherst 21 12 10 10 53
Iola 13 11 8 3 35

Amherst: Caleb Glennon 20, Joe Biadasz 12, Ryan Makuski 5, marcus Jensen 14, Tyler Biadasz 2.

Iola: Wavrick 2, Prahl 9, Kristian Welsch 10, Lodewagon 2, Bloom 8, Laschwey 2, Lund 2.

3 Pointers: Amherst(3): McCusky, Jensen 2. Iola (5): Prahl, Welch 2, Bloom 2.

Rosholt 49,
Bowler 48

BOWLER – Max Yenter and Jarod Richter controlled the game for the Hornets, as Yenter canned a big 3-pointer and both players finished with double-doubles in the win.

Yenter broke a 45-45 tie with a 3-pointer with 42 seconds left and finished with 22 points and 15 rebounds and Richter added 13 points and 14 rebounds.

Rosholt 15 9 12 13 49
Bowler 7 16 13 12 18

ROSHOLT (49): Jarod Richter 13, Max Yenter 22, Nick Lemke 5, Alex Cole 3, Derek Check 4, Heinrich Walder 2.

BOWLER (48): Xavier Montez 9, Shawn Buccholtz 2, Cody Montez 14, Thomas Kazik 5, Chase Nueske 2, Thunder Smith 5, Walker Miller 11.

3-pointers: Rosholt 3, (Yenter, Lemke, Cole); Bowler 10, (X. Montez 2, C. Montez 4, kazik, Miller 3).

Records: Rosholt 4-3, 4-1 CWC-10; Bowler 1-5, 1-4 CWC-10.

Almond Bancroft 59, Men. Indian 51

ALMOND – Ethan Yonke scored 29 points to lift Almond-Bancroft past Menominee Indian. Evan Pagel also scored 14 and hit two 3’s for Almond-Bancroft. Menominee Inidan players Kyle Waupoose and Michael Pecore each scored 17 in the loss.

“We played well in spurts. We had a couple breakdowns on the defense end. Offensively we did some good things well at times, and other times we had some breakdowns. We just have to get more consistent,” said Almond Bancroft coach Curt Lamb.

Menominee Inidan 16 10 15 10 51
Almond-Bancroft 20 12 16 11 59

AB: Etahn Yonke 29, Evan Pagel 14, Brett Biegel 6, Avery Faehling 6, Austin Bunders 4.

Men: Michael Pecore 17, Kyle Waupoose 17, Hunter Hawpetoss 6, Derek Waupoose 5, Dustin Waupoose 2, Randolph Dick 2, Amos Corn 2.

3-Pointers; AB(4): Biegel 2, Pagel 2 Men(5): Pecore 3, Derek Waupoose 1, Kyle Waupoose.

SPASH 1, Ashwaubenon 1

ASHWAUBENON – The Panthers and the Jaguars battled to an overtime tie Friday night. James Block scored for the Jaguars in the first period on a power play at the 14 minute mark. Jake Jaworski of SPASH came up with the answer to that goal in the second period at the 9:34 mark. But the real star of the game was Jaguars goalie Ryan Wischow who made 44 saves on 45 shots on the night. SPASH outshot Ashwaubenon 45-15, but was only able to convert one of those shots into a goal.

“I thought we dominated the play most of the game. We ran into a really hot goalie. We had a lot of opportunities, but were not able to finish any of the second chance opportunities,” SPASH coach Dan Francis said.

“There were some lessons learned from the game, especially when you dominate the game out-shooting them three-to-one, and hopefully this is just a learning experience for us.”

SPASH 0 1 0-0 1
Ashwaubenon 1 0 0-0 1

1st: 1. Ashwaubenon James Block (Zach Johsnon, Jeremy Casterski), 14:00, (PP).

2nd: SPASH, Jake Joworski (Nick Larson), 9:34.

Saves: Ashwaubenon: Ryan Wischow: 18-16-6-4 — 44; SPASH: Nathan Siclovan: 5-1-8-0 — 14.


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