Mustangs come back to beat Blackhawks

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PORT EDWARDS – Nicole Marshall and Marissa Ziggler led the Blackhawks with their 13 and 10 points, respectively, but a fourth quarter lead slowly slipped away for the Port Edwards girls basketball team, as the Mustangs Jessica Reminger and Amanda Krueger each dropped in 12 points in the game, and the Mustangs’ Makenzie Thoma finished with 15 for a 47-44 come from behind win.

“We were up by seven with four minutes to go. They kept the press on most of the game and it just wore us down at the end of the fourth quarter,” said Port Edwards coach Deb Martin.

“They were 8 for 8 in the fourth quarter for free throws and they had some big shots in the fourth to put it away.”

Marion 5 13 12 17 47
Port Edwards 6 15 14 9 44

Port Edwards(44): Page Hildebrant 6, Marissa Ziggler 10, Jordan Kohlbeck 4, Brook Davin 2, Nicole Marshall 13, Lexi Schroeder 4, Jordan Schroeder 5.

Marion(47): Tanya Day 7, Makenzie Thoma 15, Amanda Krueger 12, Jessica Reminger 12, Cassidy Detert 1.

3-Pointers: Port Edwards(0), Marion(3): Day, Reminger, 2.

N. Lutheran 55, Pittsville 47

KRONENWETTER – Jenna Terek and Morgan Thums scored 16 points apiece and Brittanie Boeck chipped in 14 points and six steals as the Wildcats used a 16-3 second quarter to down the Panthers.

Sarah Schmitz and Marissa Ortner led the Panthers with 14 points each and Tasha Vogel added 13.

Pittsville 12 3 13 19 47
N. Luth. 8 16 18 13 55

PITTSVILLE (47): Tasha Vogel 13, Jenna Hughes 3, Sarah Schmitz 14, Marissa Ortner 14, Kari Beckman 3.

NORTHLAND LUTHERAN (55): Brittanie Boeck 14, Ashley Colby 3, Savannah Jepeson 2, Morgan Thums 16, Jenna Terek 16, Ellen Smith 4.

3-pointers: Pittsville (Vogel 2); NL (Colby).

Records: Pittsville 0-7, 0-4 Marawood-South; Northland 3-3, 1-3 Marawood-South.

Assumption 52, Stratford 33

Five players scored at least eight points as the Royals spread out their offense to beat the Tigers.

Hannah Skibba led the way for Assumption with 11. Macie Zurfluh had nine while Jenny Wanta, Gena Grundhoffer and Brittney Birkhauser each scored eight.

Brooke Schultze led Stratford with 15 points.

Stratford 3 13 7 10 33
Assumption 11 17 13 11 52

STRATFORD (33): Brooke Schultze 15, Emily Hanke 3, Carrie Stroetz 8, Casey Kohlbeck 5, Tianna Hughes 2.

ASSUMPTION (52): Jenny Wanta 8, Mary Sigler 6, Macie Zurfluh 9, Gena Grundhoffer 8, Brittney Birkhauser 8, Hannah Skibba 11, Olivia Skibba 2.

3-pointers: Stratford 2 (Schultze 2); Assumption 3 (Wanta 2, Zurfluh).

Nekoosa 62, Westfield 34

NEKOOSA – Three players reached double figures as Nekoosa used strong defense in the first half to pick up the South Central Conference win.

Mason Elsen led the way with 16 points. Owen Linzmeier added 13 and Bradley Savage had 11.

The Papermakers led 32-12 at the half and stretched the lead to 46-20 after three quarters.

Westfield 8 4 8 14 34
Nekoosa 14 18 14 16 62

WESTFIELD (34): Justin Daye 1, Greg Winkelman 4, Marcus Gonzalez 5, Josh Hart 2, Hunter Hackbart 9, Tyler Janke 10, Brett Middlestadt 3.

NEKOOSA (62): Owen Linzmeier 13, Nate Brost 9, Brett Geozmehle 2, Bradley Savage 11, Aaron Brost 3, Eric Wolfe 8, Mason Elsen 16.

3-pointers: Westfeld none; Nekoosa 7 (Savage 3, N. Brost 3, Linzmeier).

Records: Nekoosa 4-4, 1-2 SCC; Westfield 3-4, 1-2

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 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.

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.

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.

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