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The season came to a bitter end for the St. Mary’s Springs hockey team Friday night, as the Ledgers third-period rally came up short in a 4-3 loss to Cedarburg in regional final action at Ozaukee Ice Center.

With their goalie pulled, the Ledgers put two shots on goal in the final seconds in a scrum in front of the net, but couldn’t get one through to send the game into overtime.

“It was a little bit too late,” Springs coach Ty Steffes said. “We got some momentum going. We definitely ran out of time.”

Sophomore Anthony Grebe had all three goals for Springs, two of them on assists from sophomore Conner Blanck.

It was a 1-1 game after two periods before the Bulldogs (14-9-2) scored twice to go up 3-1 midway through the third. The teams traded goals and then Grebe’s third goal came with 1:23 left to play.

The Ledgers end the season with a 13-8-2 record.

Cedarburg 4, Springs 3

Springs 1 0 2 — 3
Cedarburg 0 1 3 — 4

First period: 1, SMS, Grebe (Mark Austin), 12:04. Second period: 2, CB, 3:56 (pp). Third period: 3, CB, 12:47; 4, CB, 9:32; 5, SMS, Grebe (Blanck), 8:13; 6, CB, 6:44; 7, SMS, Grebe (Blanck) 1:23,. Saves: SMS, Riehl 37; CB, 24.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Sheboygan Falls 65, Waupun 54

With a share of the Eastern Wisconsin Conference title on the line for the Warriors, they were outscored 18-5 in the second quarter and couldn’t recover after trailing 35-19 at halftime.

Matt Wilke poured in 25 points for the Falcons (15-7, 10-4), while Connor Clark added 19. Mason Domask and Cody Zimmerman had 19 and 16 for Waupun (17-5, 11-3).

The Warriors cut the lead to five at one point in the fourth quarter but got no closer.

“That second quarter killed us,” Waupun coach Dan Domask said. “We didn’t bring the same intensity as Sheboygan did in that first half. They caught us a little flat-footed.”

With the Warriors’ loss, Plymouth claimed the outright EWC championship outright with its 70-52 win over New Holstein.

Sheboygan Falls 65, Waupun 54

Waupun 14 5 21 14 — 54
Sheboygan Falls 17 18 11 19 — 65

Waupun — Moul 2, Domask 19, Pinch 6, Tavs 3, Schmitt 6, Bille 2, Zimmerman 16. 3-pointers: Domask, Pinch, Tavs, Schmitt, Zimmerman. FTs: 5-6. Fouls: 20. Fouled out: Schmitt

Sheboygan Falls — Wilke 25, Clark 19, Ten Pas 6, Halverson 4, Hucke 9, McKinster 2. 3-pointers: Wilke 3, Clark 3, Hucke 2. FTs: 19-26. Fouls: 17.

Two Rivers 66, Campbellsport 46

The Purple Raiders outscored visiting Campbellsport 28-11 in the first half, and the Cougars get no closer in the EWC road loss.

Brett Kasper scored 14 points to lead Two Rivers.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Springs 57, Laconia 19

The Ledgers had little trouble with the host Spartans, leading 31-9 at halftime and holding Laconia to no more than seven points in any quarter.

Nine different players scored for Springs (17-4, 11-2), led by Kelli Schrauth with 15 points and Melanie Schneider with 13.

Springs 57, Laconia 19

Springs 16 15 18 8 — 57
Laconia 7 2 7 3 — 19

Springs — Krueger 2, Ottery 2, Bohn 8, Schneider 13, Moul 2, Nelson 7, Meyer 2, Schrauth 15, Mueller 6. 3-pointers: Shneider, Nelson 2. FTs: 2-4. Fouls: 9.

Laconia — Isaac 3, Shafer 3, Schneider 2, Smith 5, Huebschman 4, Strook 2. 3-pointers: Isaac, Shafer. FTs: 5-8. Fouls: 11.

KML 50, WLA 33

The 11th-ranked Chargers led 25-13 at halftime, holding the Vikings to single digits the first three quarters.

Sarah Kell had nine points and seven rebounds for WLA, which was held to 34 field goal attempts.

“KML’s defense was just excellent tonight,” Vikings coach Scott Herrewig said. “That’s the best team we’ve played all year.”

KML 50, WLA 33

KML 11 14 8 17 — 50
WLA 6 7 8 12 — 33

KML — Jahns 6, Bormann 2, Schneiss 6, Zander 8, Voigt 5, Basse 11, Meinert 12. 3-pointers: Basse 2, Jahns. FTs: 9-16. Fouls: 15.

WLA — Kietzer 2, Blum 2, Trapp 8, Zuelke 4, Kell 9, Hilbert 8. 3-pointers: Trapp 2, Kell. FTs: 8-11. Fouls: 16.

Lomira 36, Omro 30

Erin Garriety had converted two old-fashioned three-point plays in the fourth quarter to push the Lions past the Foxes. She scored nine of ther 15 points in the fourth.

Cassie Roecker added 12 points for Lomira (9-11, 5-8).

Lomira 36, Omro 30

Omro 10 6 6 8 — 30
Lomira 10 11 2 13 — 36

Omro — T. Bosquez 4, Huth 10, L. Bosquez 2, Van Damme 3, Volp 7, Zimmer 4. 3-pointers: Huth. FTs: 5-8. Fouls: 17.

Lomira — E. Garriety 15, Roecker 12, Luedtke 1, Cole 3, Borges 4, Bartelt 1. 3-pointers: Cole, Roecker. FTs: 14-27. Fouls: 10.

Oakfield 43, Montello 24

The Oaks (11-8, 8-3) spread the ball around to nine different players — none of them finishing in double figures — as they led 24-8 at halftime.

Alyza Streeter had six points and 10 rebounds, while Madelyn Ryan had nine points and nine rebounds.

Oakfield 43, Montello 24

Montello 4 4 7 9 — 24
Oakfield 12 12 6 13 — 43

Montello — Deandra Kendall 2, Brown 2, Dana Kendall 4, Klapper 3, Breiua 11, Smith 2. 3-pointers: Klapper, Breiua. FTs: 4-14. Fouls: 17.

Oakfield — Uttendorfer 8, McKenna Ryan 4, Schmitz 2, Louko 4, McKayla Ryan 3, Swanson 6, Rymer 1, Streeter 6, Madelyn Ryan 9. 3-pointers: Madelyn Ryan. FTs: 10-18. Fouls: 14.

Two Rivers 52, Campbellsport 32

The Cougars were down 24-11 at half and couldn’t catch up to the 13-8 Purple Raiders.

Paige Birschbach led Campbellsport with nine points

Two Rivers 52, Campbellsport 32

Two Rivers 13 11 17 11 — 52
Campbellsport 7 4 12 9 — 32

Two Rivers — A. Walesh 18, M. Walesh 11, Basken 8, Broehm 6, Wanek 5, B. Walesh 2, Garcia 2. 3-pointers: A. Walesh 3, Wanek. FTs: 16-18.

Campbellsport — P. Birschbach 9, B. Birschbach 7, Feucht 6, Majerus 3, Hepp 2, Gierach 2, Anderson 2, Emmer 1. 3-pointers: Majerus, P. Birschbach. FTs: 4-7.

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