Girls basketball roundup: Plymouth races by rival Falls

Girls basketball roundup: Plymouth races by rival Falls

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Girls basketball roundup: Plymouth races by rival Falls

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The Plymouth girls basketball team started off hot, led 26-10 at halftime and never looked back in defeating visiting Sheboygan Falls 45-35 on Thursday night.

For Plymouth (1-2, 1-0 Eastern Wisconsin Conference), Jordyn Pieper had a game-high 15 points and two 3-pointers and Gwen Streblow added 13 points with two 3-pointers.

Falls outscored Plymouth in the second half, but the deficit was too much.

For Falls (1-2, 0-1 EWC), Karlie Beeck had 10 points with two 3-pointers.

Sheb. Falls
…6
4
14
11
— 35

Plymouth…
11
15
11
8 — 45

Sheb. Falls — K. Beeck 10, Benzschawel 2, Depagter 4, Schwobe 7, Raeder 8. 3-pt: K. Beeck 2, Raeder 2. FT: 9-13. Fouls: 11.

Plymouth — Kuhn 3, Pieper 15, Haese 2, Moegenburg 2, Reil 7, Streblow 13, Jankowski 2. 3-pt: Kuhn 2, Pieper 2, Streblow 2. FT: 5-6. Fouls: 15.

Oostburg 68, Elkhart Lake 43

Maranda Huibregtse had 22 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists and five steals as Oostburg (2-1, 1-0 Central Lakeshore Conference) earned the home win.

The Flying Dutchmen raced out to a 39-18 halftime lead with 10 players scoring, including Maria Huibregtse with nine points and Mergan Daane with eight.

For Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah (1-1, 0-1 CLC), Rachael Flora and Emma Feldmann each had 14 points with Flora tallying seven rebounds.

The Resorters, held without a 3-pointer in the game, were 9-of-21 from the free-throw line to Oostburg’s 6-of-9 performance.

Oostburg will be at Ozaukee on Tuesday while Elkhart Lake hosts Sheboygan Christian.

Oostburg
…18
21
12
17
— 68

Elkhart Lake…
8
8
9
18 — 43

Oostburg — Mara. Huibregtse 22, Bartenstein 7, Daane 8, Gabrielse 2, Hrankicka 4, Mari. Huibregtse 9, VanStelle 4, Boldt 6, Hartmann 4, Bonnett 2. 3-pt: Maria Huibregtse 1, Bartenstein 1. FT: 6-9. Fouls: 17.

Elkhart Lake — Holzmann 6, Schmitz 2, Schubert 3, Pfeifer 2, Theel 2, Feldmann 14, Rachael Flora 14. FT: 9-21. Fouls: 11.

Waupun 42, Kiel 31

Most of the Raiders struggled to get the ball in the basket, falling on the road in EWC play.

Cassie Schweitzer scored nearly half of Kiel’s points, finishing with 14.

Kiel
…6
6
11
8
— 31

Waupun…
4
15
13
10 — 42

Kiel — Fale 1, Binversie 4, Schweitzer 14, Dahmer 4, Reseburg 6, Henning 2. FT: 9-14. Fouls: 9.

Waupun — Thompson 2, Hopp 9, Tonn4, Peterson 12, Bovack 4, Woock 3, T. Dolske 4, J. Dolske 4. 3-pt: Hopp. FT: 3-8. Fouls: 16.

Campbellsport 45, New Holstein 40

The Huskies and Cougars played close throughout, but New Holstein went cold down the stretch and dropped the EWC contest.

“They handled our pressure very well,” said New Holstein coach Marcus Rumpff. “In the fourth quarter, we couldn’t make the shots we needed.”

Tori Zipperer scored 16 points to pace New Holstein.

New Holstein
…11
10
9
10
— 40

Campbellsport…
11
9
12
13 — 45

New Holstein — Meyer 9, Fannin 2, Brenner 1, Zipperer 16, Cash 8, Casper 4. 3-pt: Zipperer. FT: 11-14. Fouls: 20. Fouled out: Casper.

Campbellsport — Ward 14, Birschbach 10, Gierach 2, Emmer 3, Anderson 11, Feucht 2, Renderman 2, Schumacher 1. 3-pt: Ward, Emmer. FT: 13-25. Fouls: 14.

Sheb. Christian 47, Cedar Grove-Bel. 29

Carissa Wisse had nine points and 16 rebounds, and Cori Flipse scored 13 as the Eagles got the road win.

Jessica Lemmenes added 10 points in the victory for Christian.

“It was a hard fought physical game,” said Eagles coach Paul Modahl. “Our defense was key in the win. Cedar Grove is a tough team.”

Sheb. Christian
…8
19
7
13
— 47

Cedar Grove…
6
10
8
5 — 29

Sheb. Christian — Flipse 13, Modahl 4, Lemmenes 10, C. Wisse 9, J. Wisse 7, Van Ess 4. 3-pt: Flipse 2. FT: 17-33. Fouls: 20.

Cedar Grove — Caldwell 1, Ten Haken 2, Weiss 4, Navis 5, Legler 4, Vrubley 4, von Heimburg 3, Feind 3. 3-pt: Fiend. FT: 4-23. Fouls: 22.

Howards Grove 36, Ozaukee 26

Leading 19-17 at halftime, host Howards Grove (1-1, 1-0 CLC) held Ozaukee to nine second-half points for the win.

For the Tigers, Taylor Beninghaus had a game-high 18 points.

For Ozaukee (1-1, 0-1 CLC), Emma Yanke had eight points and two 3-pointers.

Howards Gr.
…5
14
3
14
— 36

Ozaukee…
3
14
5
4 — 26

Howards Grove — Edge 9, Valenstein 3, Milz 5, Beninghaus 18, Rautman 1. 3-pt: Milz, Edge. FT: 6-13. Fouls: 15.

Ozaukee — Yanke 8, Janke 5, Johnson 2, Dieringer 7, Klopp 2, Hamm 2. 3-pt: Yanke 2, Janke 1. FT: 6-14. Fouls: 14.

Random Lake 64, Oneida Nation 56

Random Lake (1-0) raced out to a 14-4 lead and held on late for the home non-conference, season-opening win.

Random set a new school record for 3-pointers in a game, nailing 11 of them.

For the Rams, Jessica Mueller had 17 points, three 3-pointers, seven rebounds and six assists while Delaney Sinnen added a team-high 19 points and five 3-pointers.

“I thought the third quarter we really came out with good intensity and knocked down some shots,” Random Lake coach Ryan Faris said. “Every time they made a run we answered with a big play so a lot of credit to our girls who played with great intensity and always seemed to answer.”

Also for Random Lake, Kyleigh Bullard had 12 points and Emma Schimberg added 16 with three 3-pointers.

The Rams play at Cedar Grove on Tuesday.

Random Lake
…14
14
19
17
— 64

Oneida Nation…
11
15
10
20 — 56

Random Lake — Sinnen 19, Mueller 17, Bullard 12, Schimberg 16. 3-pt: Sinnen 5, Mueller 3, Schimberg 3. FT: 13-20. Fouls: 13.

Oneida Nation — Stevens 3, Welch 6, Denny 20, Danforth, House 10, King 8. 3-pt: King 2, House 2. FT: 8-10. Fouls: 16. Fouled out: Stevens.

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