Prep girls basketball: Lincoln dominates Sheboygan South

Prep girls basketball: Lincoln dominates Sheboygan South

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Prep girls basketball: Lincoln dominates Sheboygan South

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Alyssa Fischer scored 25 points and the Manitowoc Lincoln girls basketball team rolled to a 71-41 Fox River Classic Conference opening win over visiting Sheboygan South on Friday night.

The Ships trailed only once in the game — after allowing South to score the game’s first two points — and all nine Lincoln players scored in the game. Kali Hackmann added 14 points for Lincoln (2-0, 1-0 FRCC).

The Ships shot 12-of-18 from the free-throw line to South’s 9-of-12.

Lincoln 14 18 21 18 71
Sheboygan South 5 17 14 5 41

Lincoln

Alyssa Fischer 25, Shawny Gabriel 7, Alyssa Grotegut 8, Kali Hackmann 14, Michaela Jagemann 3, Hailee Kotche 4, Stephanie Winans 2, Katherine Wolowicz 2, Meg Wolowicz 6.

Sheboygan South

Molly Burkard 7, Lauren Pfile 6, Camber Posewitz 8, Sara Schrank , Kara Selk 2, Rachel Smith 4, Erika Trumm 7, Briana Wojcik 7.

3-Point Goals – Lincoln -Manitowoc 3 (Alyssa Fischer 1, Shawny Gabriel 1, Michaela Jagemann 1), Sheboygan South 4 (Camber Posewitz 2, Erika Trumm 1, Briana Wojcik 1), Total Fouls – Lincoln -Manitowoc 16, Sheboygan South 22.

Roncalli 45, Wrightstown 44

The Jets came to play against the Tigers, in a matchup of Olympian Conference title favorites.

The game certainly lived up to its billing as Catherine Taddy made a running jumper along the right elbow with 2.5 seconds remaining in the game to help Roncalli pull off the upset.

Taddy finished with 12 points, second on the team behind Rachel Moczynski’s 20.

Roncalli jumped out to an early lead by hitting a pair of free throws on separate trips to the line, but Wrightstown responded by going on a 12-4 run to begin to take control of the game.

With freshman Alex Cliff scoring five of her six points in the first quarter, the Jets trailed 12-8 after one.

In the second quarter, Rachel Moczynski came alive, scoring 12 points in the quarter to get Roncalli back in the game as the Jets would tie the game at 20-20 near the end of the quarter.

Roncalli used a strong run to take a 24-22 at halftime with Moczynski scoring every time her team needed a huge bucket, either from the field or at the line.

Wrightstown began the second half on a 7-0 run to pull ahead as Roncalli went cold from the field. The Jets found its offensive rhythm as Moczynski added five in the quarter. A Jets shot at the buzzer game gave Roncalli a 33-29 at the end of three.

The Tigers’ wouldn’t go away that easy though, tying the game up at 40-40 and holding a slim 42-41 advantage with 29 seconds remaining.

With the game teetering in the balance at the end, both teams traded baskets with Taddy’s being the final shot to fall as the difference in the game.

Complete stats for this game were not provided to the Herald Times Reporter as of press deadline.

Roncalli 8 16 9 12 45
Wrightstown 12 10 7 15 44

Roncalli

Alex Cliff 6, Erin Jagemann 2, Rachel Mocyznski 20, Paige Pethan 5, Catherine Taddy 12.

Wrightstown

Kayla Chosa 4, Megan Hansen 16, Courtney Klister 3, Brianna Linzmeier 3, Lindsay Neinas 7, Wrenn Tanck 11.

3-Point Goals – Roncalli 2 (Catherine Taddy 2), Wrightstown 2 (Brianna Linzmeier 1, Lindsay Neinas 1), Total fouls – Roncalli 22, Wrightstown 22.

Manitowoc Lutheran 46, Mishicot 40

Leading by one point at the start of the fourth quarter, visiting Manitowoc Lutheran exploded for 21 points in the final frame to earn the win.

The Lancers were led in scoring by MacKayla Menges who had 19 points — the only Lutheran player to reach double digits.

For Mishicot, Brooke Luckow had 14 points with four 3-pointers while teammate Morgan Melichar had 11 points with three 3-pointers.

Lutheran’s Emily Unke made the Lancers’ only 3-pointer — her only score of the night.

Manitowoc Lutheran 13 6 6 21 46
Mishicot 6 12 6 16 40

Manitowoc Lutheran

Julia Barthels 5, Jordan Menges 5, MacKayla Menges 19, Arianna Neumeyer 3, Brooke Roberts 4, Emily Unke 3, Hannah Yagodinski 7.

Mishicot

Maria Endries 7, Emily Hutterer 2, Brooke Luckow 14, Nicole Meissner 6, Morgan Melichar 11.

3-Point Goals – Manitowoc Lutheran 1 (Emily Unke 1), Mishicot 7 (Brooke Luckow 4, Morgan Melichar 3), Technicals – Manitowoc Lutheran 15, Mishicot 21.

Two Rivers 64, Kewaskum 46

Tied 13-13 at the end of the first quarter, host Two Rivers outscored Kewaskum in every quarter afterward to earn the win.

Alexi Walesh had a team-high 21 points for the Raiders while teammate Mackenzie Walesh added 17 points. Walesh had two 3-pointers in the game and teammate Kati Knitter added four 3-pointers as she scored 14 points.

A Kewaskum roster, along with individual stats, were not submitted to the Herald Times Reporter as of press deadline.

Kewaskum 13 9 11 13 46
Two Rivers 13 13 17 21 64

Two Rivers

Allie Basken 4, Marissa Broehm 1, Kati Knitter 14, Alexi Walesh 21, Jordan Walesh 2, Mackenzie Walesh 17, Aly Wanek 5.

3-Point Goals – Kewaskum 6, Two Rivers 6 (Kati Knitter 4, Alexi Walesh 2), Total Fouls – Kewaskum 20, Two Rivers 12.

Reedsville 52, Hilbert 42

Hilbert 10 12 11 9 42
Reedsville 11 20 9 12 52

The Panthers used a 20-point second quarter take control of the game and not look back for the home win.

Shelby Otto and Bailey Ebben each had 12 points to lead Reedsville.

Hilbert

Erica Gehl 15, Katie Gehl 8, Hailey Hemauer 1, Erin Leffler 13, Hallie Wiese 3.

Reedsville

Bailey Ebben 12, Riley Grimm 11, Lauren Holschbach 6, Brenna Kiekhaefer 2, Shelby Otto 12, Hannah Roffers 4, Brittany Sheahan 2, Kayla Sheahan 3.

3-Point Goals – Hilbert 6 (Erica Gehl 3, Katie Gehl 1, Erin Leffler 2), Reedsville 1 (Kayla Sheahan 1), Total Fouls – Hilbert 21 (), Reedsville 20 ().

Brillion 41, Valders 38

The Vikings fell behind 26-15 at halftime at the Lions and couldn’t recover.

Danelle Buck led Valders with 11 points.

Valders 9 6 10 13 38
Brillion 17 9 5 10 41

Valders

Alena Braun 4, Danelle Buck 11, Brittany Erickson 6, Tessa Evenson 5, Conner Grall 7, Amanda Handle 3, Morgan Kelly 2. Totals 13 9-14 38.

Brillion

Alaina Beimborn 4, Carly Brault 6, McKinzie Fischer 5, Taylor Fischer 12, April Geiger 4, Kaylee Geiger 3, Jennifer Krueger 5, Amber Piepenburg 2. Totals 18 4-15 41.

3-Point Goals – Valders 3 (Danelle Buck 1, Brittany Erickson 2), Brillion Public s 1 (Taylor Fischer 1), Total Fouls – Valders 13, Brillion Public s 11.

Kiel 52, Waupun 47

Visiting Kiel jumped out to a 14-10 lead at the end of the first quarter and never looked back in the win.

Maddie Dahmer made all three of Kiel’s 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 14 points while teammate Alexis Lucas finished with 13 points.

Kiel 14 13 12 13 52
Waupun 10 9 14 14 47

Kiel

Beaumont 8, Dahmer 14, Fale 1, Brooke Goehring 9, Lucas 13, Voland 5.

Waupun

Dolske 2, Krohn 6, Peterson 8, Thompson 11, Raelyn Woock 8, Yedinak 3.

3-Point Goals – Kiel 3 (Dahmer 3), Total Fouls – Kiel 17, Waupun 18.

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