Girls hoops roundup: Howards edges Lutheran in CLC clash

Girls hoops roundup: Howards edges Lutheran in CLC clash

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Girls hoops roundup: Howards edges Lutheran in CLC clash

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Hayley Rickmeier had 15 points and grabbed six rebounds to help give Howards Grove’s girls basketball team just enough power to g

Hayley Rickmeier had 15 points and grabbed six rebounds to help give Howards Grove’s girls basketball team just enough power to get past Sheboygan Lutheran on Friday.

The Tigers outplayed the Crusaders — but just barely — in the second half to cap a 41-39 comeback win after trailing by three points at halftime.

“Howards Grove did a wonderful job in the third quarter attacking our zone,” Lutheran coach Mike Scheele said in a statement after the game. “Defensively we were a step slow dropping down and boxing out.”

Ashley Scheele had 14 points to lead the way for Lutheran, which drops to 3-5 overall and 2-3 in the Central Lakeshore Conference.

Rickmeier shot 44 percent from the field and was 1-for-2 at the free-throw line. Teammate Payton Bramstedt grabbed a game-high nine rebounds to help keep the win for Howards Grove (5-2, 4-1 CLC).

How. Grove…… …5 12 12 12 — 41

Sheb. Lutheran… 6 14 4 15 — 39

Howards Grove — Rickmeier 15, Milz 6, Reinemann 6, Bramstedt 4, Marver 4, Benninghaus 2, Valenstein 2, Wehrmann 2. 3-pt: Bramstedt 1. FT: 14-23. Fouls: 20.

Sheboygan Lutheran — Scheele 14, Byrum 7, Herdic 7, Quam 6, Clark 3, Albert 2. 3-pt: Byrum 1, Scheele 1, Herdic 1. FT: 18-22. Fouls: 21.

Oostburg 51, Random Lake 23

The Flying Dutchmen jumped all over the Rams early, leading 19-2 at the end of the first quarter.

“I have to give Oostburg a lot of credit,” Random coach Ryan Faris said. “They came out on fire.”

Maranda Huibregtse led all scorers with 12 points and Abby VanStelle added 11 for Oostburg (5-2, 4-0 CLC).

Nicole Paulus scored six points for Random (3-6, 2-5).

Oostburg………19 14 8 10 — 51

Random Lake…2 7 9 5 — 23

Oostburg — Mara. Huibregtse 12, Gabrielse 7, Hranicka 2, Mari. Huibregtse 5, Stemper 6, Boldt 3, VanStelle 11, Bonnett 5. 3-pt: Mara. Huibregtse, Gabrielse, Mari. Huibregtse, Stemper, Boldt. FT: 6-9. Fouls: 6.

Random Lake — Sinnen 5, Paulus 6, Hiller 3, J. Hartwig 4, C. Hartwig 1, Mueller 4. 3-pt: Sinnen. FT: 4-7. Fouls: 11.

Ozaukee 62,
Kohler 22

Hot 3-point shooting early on helped spur the Warriors to a heavy-handed win on the road at Kohler on Friday.

Jessika Dieringer and Emily Thome both finished with 12 points — Thome had all her points from behind the arc — to lead the Warriors (6-2, 4-2 CLC), who also got double-digit scoring from Nicole Paulus, who tallied 10 points.

“Mari-Kathleen Marzano scored 13 points to lead Kohler (2-8, 1-4 CLC), but it wasn’t nearly enough to stave off Ozaukee’s fast start.

“They hit their 3s early — they had four 3s in the first quarter,” Kohler coach Matt Bayens said. “And that put us behind pretty big there.”

Ozaukee…20 12 16 14 — 62

Kohler………4 10 5 3 — 22

Ozaukee — Dieringer 12, Thome 12, Paulus 10, Janke 9, Burns 8, Bichler 6, K. Bares 3, Lippe 2. 3-pt: Thome 4, Janke 1, Bares 1. FT: 4-8. Fouls: 12.

Kohler — Marzano 13, Misfeldt 4, Rodriguez 4, Egbert 1. 3-pt: Misfeldt 1. FT: 7-13. Fouls: 9.

Sheb. North 52, Brookfield East 28

The Golden Raiders took away the inside from the Spartans, forcing East to try and rely on outside shooting.

The result was a 24-7 halftime lead in the non-conference contest.

“They were pretty quick off the dribble,” North coach Eric Spielman said. “But they didn’t shoot it very well, we tried to defend the lane. I thought we did a pretty good job in the first half.”

CJ Usadel scored seven of her game-high 15 points in the third quarter while also grabbing eight rebounds and recording five steals. Madison Wolf added eight points and eight boards for North (6-1).

“We were pretty efficient on offense,” Speilman said. “We spread the ball around pretty well.”

Brookfield East…2 5 11 10 — 28

Sheb. North…….14 10 14 14 — 52

Brookfield East — Utic 4, Pichler 11, Goodman 5, Kennedy 2, Miller 6. 3-pt: Pichler. FT: 7-14. Fouls: 13.

Sheb. North — Konter 2, Dlugopolski 9, Opie 3, Gosse 5, Dallmann 8, Usadel 15, Mac. Wolf 2, Mad. Wolf 8. 3-pt: Opie, Gosse, Dallmann 2, Usadel 2. FT: 4-7. Fouls: 13.

Plymouth 51,
New Holstein 36

A buzzer-beating 3-pointer to end the third quarter gave the Panthers a 35-27 lead and control of the Eastern Wisconsin Conference contest.

“It was a close game,” New Holstein coach Marcus Rumpff said. “At the end of the third quarter they went on a little run. We played really well.”

Rachael Cecka scored 15 points and Rachel Holzhaeuser and Nikki Reil added 12 apiece for Plymouth (5-2, 4-1).

Tori Zipperer led the Huskies (1-7, 0-5) with 13 points.

Plymouth………9 10 16 16 — 51

New Holstein…9 9 9 9 — 36

Plymouth — Kuhn 1, Kiela 2, Thompson 6, Holzhaeuser 12, Moegenburg 3, Reil 12, Cecka 15. 3-pt: Holzhaeuser, Moegenburg. FT: 13-20. Fouls: 12.

New Holstein — Meyer 6, Preston 3, To. Zipperer 13, Ta. Zipperer 7, Cash 1, Guelig 6. 3-pt: Meyer, Preston. FT: 6-14. Fouls: 15.

Cedar Grove 43, Elkhart Lake 41

The Rockets improved to 5-2, 4-1 in the CLC. The Resorters fell to 2-5, 2-4.

No other information was available at press time.

et past Sheboygan Lutheran on Friday.

The Tigers outplayed the Crusaders — but just barely — in the second half to cap a 41-39 comeback win after trailing by three points at halftime.

“Howards Grove did a wonderful job in the third quarter attacking our zone,” Lutheran coach Mike Scheele said in a statement after the game. “Defensively we were a step slow dropping down and boxing out.”

Ashley Scheele had 14 points to lead the way for Lutheran, which drops to 3-5 overall and 2-3 in the Central Lakeshore Conference.

Rickmeier shot 44 percent from the field and was 1-for-2 at the free-throw line. Teammate Payton Bramstedt grabbed a game-high nine rebounds to help keep the win for Howards Grove (5-2, 4-1 CLC).

How. Grove 5 12 12 12 — 41

Sheb. Luther. 6 14 4 15 — 39

Howards Grove — Rickmeier 15, Milz 6, Reinemann 6, Bramstedt 4, Marver 4, Benninghaus 2, Valenstein 2, Wehrmann 2. 3-pt: Bramstedt 1. FT: 14-23. Fouls: 20.

Sheboygan Lutheran — Scheele 14, Byrum 7, Herdic 7, Quam 6, Clark 3, Albert 2. 3-pt: Byrum 1, Scheele 1, Herdic 1. FT: 18-22. Fouls: 21.

Ozaukee 62, Kohler 22

Hot 3-point shooting early on helped spur the Warriors to a heavy-handed win on the road at Kohler on Friday.

Jessika Dieringer and Emily Thome both finished with 12 points — Thome had all her points from behind the arc — to lead the Warriors (6-2, 4-2 CLC), who also got double-digit scoring from Nicole Paulus, who tallied 10 points.

“Mari-Kathleen Marzano scored 13 points to lead Kohler (2-8, 1-4 CLC), but it wasn’t nearly enough to stave off Ozaukee’s fast start.

“They hit their 3s early — they had four 3s in the first quarter,” Kohler coach Matt Bayens said. “And that put us behind pretty big there.”

Ozaukee 20 12 16 14 — 62

Kohler 4 10 5 3 — 22

Ozaukee — Dieringer 12, Thome 12, Paulus 10, Janke 9, Burns 8, Bichler 6, K. Bares 3, Lippe 2. 3-pt: Thome 4, Janke 1, Bares 1. FT: 4-8. Fouls: 12.

Kohler — Marzano 13, Misfeldt 4, Rodriguez 4, Egbert 1. 3-pt: Misfeldt 1. FT: 7-13. Fouls: 9.

Oostburg 51, Random Lake 23

The Flying Dutchmen jumped all over the Rams early, leading 19-2 at the end of the first quarter.

“I have to give Oostburg a lot of credit,” Random coach Ryan Faris said. “They came out on fire.”

Maranda Huibregtse led all scorers with 12 points and Abby VanStelle added 11 for Oostburg (5-2, 4-0 CLC).

Nicole Paulus scored six points for Random (3-6, 2-5).

Oostburg…19 14 8 10 — 51

Random Lake…2 7 9 5 — 23

Oostburg — Mara. Huibregtse 12, Gabrielse 7, Hranicka 2, Mari. Huibregtse 5, Stemper 6, Boldt 3, VanStelle 11, Bonnett 5. 3-pt: Mara. Huibregtse, Gabrielse, Mari. Huibregtse, Stemper, Boldt. FT: 6-9. Fouls: 6.

Random Lake — Sinnen 5, Paulus 6, Hiller 3, J. Hartwig 4, C. Hartwig 1, Mueller 4. 3-pt: Sinnen. FT: 4-7. Fouls: 11.

Sheboygan North 52, Brookfield East 28

The Golden Raiders took away the inside from the Spartans, forcing East to try and rely on outside shooting.

The result was a 24-7 halftime lead in the non-conference contest.

“They were pretty quick off the dribble,” North coach Eric Spielman said. “But they didn’t shoot it very well, we tried to defend the lane. I thought we did a pretty good job in the first half.”

CJ Usadel scored seven of her game-high 15 points in the third quarter while also grabbing eight rebounds and recording five steals. Madison Wolf added eight points and eight boards for North (6-1).

“We were pretty efficient on offense,” Speilman said. “We spread the ball around pretty well.”

Brookfield East…2 5 11 10 — 28

Sheb. North…14 10 14 14 — 52

Brookfield East — Utic 4, Pichler 11, Goodman 5, Kennedy 2, Miller 6. 3-pt: Pichler. FT: 7-14. Fouls: 13.

Sheb. North — Konter 2, Dlugopolski 9, Opie 3, Gosse 5, Dallmann 8, Usadel 15, Mac. Wolf 2, Mad. Wolf 8. 3-pt: Opie, Gosse, Dallmann 2, Usadel 2. FT: 4-7. Fouls: 13.

Plymouth 51, New Holstein 36

A buzzer-beating 3-pointer to end the third quarter gave the Panthers a 35-27 lead and control of the Eastern Wisconsin Conference contest.

“It was a close game,” New Holstein coach Marcus Rumpff said. “At the end of the third quarter they went on a little run. We played really well.”

Rachael Cecka scored 15 points and Rachel Holzhaeuser and Nikki Reil added 12 apiece for Plymouth (5-2, 4-1).

Tori Zipperer led the Huskies (1-7, 0-5) with 13 points.

Plymouth…9 10 16 16 — 51

New Holstein…9 9 9 9 — 36

Plymouth — Kuhn 1, Kiela 2, Thompson 6, Holzhaeuser 12, Moegenburg 3, Reil 12, Cecka 15. 3-pt: Holzhaeuser, Moegenburg. FT: 13-20. Fouls: 12.

New Holstein — Meyer 6, Preston 3, To. Zipperer 13, Ta. Zipperer 7, Cash 1, Guelig 6. 3-pt: Meyer, Preston. FT: 6-14. Fouls: 15.

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