Prep girls basketball: Lincoln rallies past North

Prep girls basketball: Lincoln rallies past North

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Prep girls basketball: Lincoln rallies past North

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Down 35-32 entering the fourth quarter, the Manitowoc Lincoln girls basketball team outscored visiting Sheboygan North 17-7 in the final frame en route to a 47-42 win on Tuesday night.

Lincoln was led by Kali Hackmann who had a game-high 18 points while making both of the Ships’ 3-pointers.

Hackmann was the only Lincoln player to reach double figures while six Ships scored in the game.

Only one player scored in double figures for North while five scored overall for the Golden Raiders.

Sheboygan North 14 11 10 7 42
Lincoln 8 12 10 17 47

Sheboygan North

Connor Dlugopolski 8, Macey Konter 2, CJ Usadel 12, Mackenzie Wolf 16, Madison Wolf 4.

Lincoln

Alyssa Fischer 3, Shawny Gabriel 8, Alyssa Grotegut 8, Kali Hackmann 18, Katherine Wolowicz 2, Meg Wolowicz 8.

3-Point Goals – Sheboygan North 3 (CJ Usadel 2, Mackenzie Wolf 1), Lincoln -Manitowoc 2 (Kali Hackmann 2), Total Fouls – Sheboygan North 17, Lincoln -Manitowoc 6.

Late Monday Reedsville 64, Roncalli 62 (3-OT)

Visiting Roncalli (3-1, 2-1 OC) had two players with at least 20 points in Catherine Taddy and Sophie Pitz, but it wasn’t enough as Shelby Otto and Reedsville (4-1, 2-1) prevailed in triple overtime.

Taddy scored a team-high 21 while Pitz added 20 of her own on six 3-pointers for Roncalli but Otto wouldn’t be outdone scoring a game-high 23 to pace Reedsville.

Scores by quarter were not provided to the Herald Times Reporter as of press deadline.

Roncalli

Alex Cliff 5, Erin Jagemann 3, Rachel Mocyznski 4, Katy Orth 3, Sophie Pitz 20, Hannah Severin 6, Catherine Taddy 21.

Reedsville

Bailey Ebben 2, Riley Grimm 9, Lauren Holschbach 8, Brenna Kiekhaefer 7, Shelby Otto 23, Hannah Roffers 6, Brittany Sheahan 2, Kayla Sheahan 7.

3-Point Goals – Roncalli 8 (Katy Orth 1, Sophie Pitz 6, Catherine Taddy 1), Reedsville 2 (Lauren Holschbach 1, Kayla Sheahan 1), Total Fouls – Roncalli 23, Reedsville 18.

St. Mary Central 50, Manitowoc Lutheran 45

Lutheran’s perfect start to the season came to an end at home to the Zephyrs in a contest between two of the three undefeated teams in the Olympian Conference entering Tuesday.

Lutheran (3-1, 2-1), trailed 47-45 with 42 seconds left in the game and was forced to foul at the end to stay in the game. St. Mary’s (4-0, 3-0), was 15-for-24 on free throws as a team.

Kaitlin Radue was the lone Lutheran player in double figure with a team-high 13 points.

Lutheran travels to take on Valders on Saturday.

St. Mary Central 12 8 8 22 50
Manitowoc Lutheran 8 11 8 18 45

St. Mary Central

Andrea Arenz 3, Kelly Conn 9, Grace Dejno 4, Jenny Heid 3, Paige Krieck 7, Maddie Miller 3, Nicole Minton 6, Jenna Thelen 15.

Manitowoc Lutheran

Julia Barthels 6, Jordan Menges 8, MacKayla Menges 7, Arianna Neumeyer 7, Kaitlin Radue 13, Hannah Yagodinski 4.

3-Point Goals – St. Mary Central 3 (Andrea Arenz 1, Kelly Conn 1, Jenny Heid 1), Manitowoc Lutheran 2 (Jordan Menges 1, Arianna Neumeyer 1), Total Fouls – St. Mary Central 15, Manitowoc Lutheran 22.

Hilbert 71, Valders 65

Leading 43-36 entering the fourth quarter, host Valders was outscored 35-33 in the final frame for the loss.

Hilbert was sent to the free-throw line 44 times and made 28 of those while the Vikings were 21-of-31. Valders committed 19 fouls in the fourth quarter.

Danelle Buck had a team-high 29 points and two 3-pointers for Valders while teammate Connor Grall added 16. The pair were the only players to reach double digits for Valders, which allowed Hilbert to have three double-digit scorers, including Erica Gehl who had a game-high 30 points.

Valders made four 3-pointers in the game.

Hilbert 8 16 12 35 71
Valders 10 15 18 22 65

Hilbert

Erica Gehl 30, Katie Gehl 12, Hailey Hemauer 4, . Jones 9, Erin Leffler 12, Hallie Wiese 4.

Valders

Alena Braun 5, Danelle Buck 29, Brittany Erickson 2, Tessa Evenson 4, Breanna Glaeser 7, Conner Grall 16, Amanda Handle 2.

3-Point Goals – Hilbert 1 (Erica Gehl 1), Valders 4 (Alena Braun 1, Danelle Buck 1, Conner Grall 2), Total Fouls – Hilbert 25, Valders 27.

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