Girls basketball roundup: Sheboygan Falls clinches EWC crown

Girls basketball roundup: Sheboygan Falls clinches EWC crown

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Girls basketball roundup: Sheboygan Falls clinches EWC crown

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Four Sheboygan Falls girls basketball players scored in double-figures — Kim Schwobe had a career-high 12 points — and the Falcons clinched the Eastern Wisconsin Conference title on Thursday with a 52-35 victory at Waupun.

“We really took it to another level,” Falls coach Leroy Hamilton said of his players’ performance in the second quarter, an eight-period stretch that saw his team transform a narrow lead into a wide gulf before halftime.

“Every last one of them played their butts off,” he said.

He wasn’t exaggerating. Erica Duda scored a game-high 13 points, Schwobe and Nicole Fenner each put up a dozen and Staci Hasler scored 11 points.

Hasler had an all-around standout night, adding 13 rebounds, four assists and three steals to her resume. Fenner had 12 rebounds.

Falls dominated on defense, too, keeping all Waupun players to single-figure scoring and giving the offense plenty of opportunities to widen the gap.

Falls led by just two points after the first quarter. But the team sprang to life after that, outscoring the Warriors 18-8 in the second quarter to take a 31-19 lead into halftime.

Sh. Falls….13 18 12 9 — 52

Waupun….11 8 10 16 — 35

Sheboygan Falls — Duda 13, Fenner 12, Schwobe 12, Hasler 11, K. Beeck 2, Van Engen 2. 3-pt: Duda 2. FT: 12-19. Fouls: 14.

Waupun — Bonack 9, Dolske 9, Thompson 8, Kavonius 5, Woock 2, Woodley 2. FT: 3-13. Fouls: 16.

Notre Dame 47, Sheboygan North 41

Sheboygan North was uncharacteristically sloppy in taking care of the basketball Thursday night, and it cost the Golden Raiders in a high-powered Fox River Classic Conference girls basketball contest.

Notre Dame committed just 12 turnovers, while forcing 24 from North.

CJ Usadel hit a 3-pointer late to get the Golden Raiders (15-6, 9-6) within 2 with under a minute to go. But Notre Dame (15-6, 12-3), which went 8-for-8 from the free-throw line, held on.

“We made poor decisions with the ball tonight,” said North coach Eric Spielman. “We had more turnovers that shots in the first half. That’s not a recipe for success.”

Usadel and Connor Dlugopolski each scored 12 points to lead North, while Mackenzie Wolf had two points with a team-high six rebounds and three assists.

Allison LeClaire, who averages a team-high 15.5 points per game for the Tritons, was held to just four. But three others scored in double figures, led by 17 from Eliza Campbell.

Notre Dame…..10 11 12 14 — 47

Sheb. North…….5 15 4 17 — 41

Notre Dame — O. Campbell 2, Byrne 12, Everson 2, E. Campbell 17, LeClaire 4, Johnson 10. 3s: Byrne 2, E. Campbell. FT: 8-8. F: 6.

Sheboygan North — Konter 2, Dlugopolski 12, Gosse 5, Usadel 12, Mac. Wolf 2, Mad. Wolf 8. 3s: Dlugopolski, Gosse, Usadel 3. FT: 2-3. F: 9.

Pulaski 48, Sheb. South 38

The Red Raiders jumped ahead early and outpaced the Redwings the rest of the way in Thursday’s FRCC contest.

“It was a good game all the way around,” Sheboygan South caoch Tyler Tyler said. “… We just got out-rebounded tonight.”

Kimberlee Weimann scored a game-high 15 points to help lead South (7-14, 4-11 FRCC), but she was the only Redwings player in double-figures.

South’s defense clamped down around Emily Simmons, limiting the Red Raiders’ go-to scorer to just two points. But Pulaski got enough scoring from Cienna Doell and Mallory Nickerson — the two combined for 24 points — to put the game away.

“She just had a good shooting night,” Thomas said of Doell, who hit four 3-pointers and finished with 14 points for Pulaski (13-8, 9-6 FRCC).

South hosts its senior night next Thursday against Green Bay East.

She. South….7 9 6 16 — 38

Pulaski………15 8 11 14 — 48

Sheboygan South — Ki. Weimann 15, Burkard 7, Pfile 6, Selk 4, Ka. Weimann 4, Wojcik 2. FT: 8-14. Fouls: 19.

Pulaski — Doell 14, Nickerson 10, Szymanski 9, Wargo 5, Egnarski 4, Tomashek 4, Simmons 2. 3-pt: Doell 4, Wargo 1. FT: 11-15. Fouls: 14.

Oostburg 50, Sheboygan Lutheran 32

Abby VanStelle shot 73 percent from the floor in a 23-point performance, Maranda Huibregtse pulled down 11 rebounds and the Flying Dutchmen used a powerful first quarter to roar to Thursday night’s Central Lakeshore Conference win.

Ashley Scheele score 15 points to lead Sheboygan Lutheran (10-11, 7-8 CLC), but the Crusaders couldn’t overcome a 20-5 deficit following the first quarter.

VanStelle shot 11-of-15 from the floor, and was a perfect 2-for-2 at the free-throw line. Huibregtse complemented with nine points to help push Oostburg (17-3, 15-0 CLC).

Oostburg….20 12 12 6 — 50

Lutheran……5 12 7 8 — 32

Oostburg — VanStelle 23, Mara. Huibregtse 9, Hranicka 5, Stemper 5, Bonnett 4, Boldt 2, Gabrielse 2. FT: 8-12. Fouls: 6.

Sheboygan Lutheran — Scheele 15, Quam 6, Herdic 4, Byrum 4, Barrow 2, Sass 1. 3-pt: Scheele 3. FT: 1-3. Fouls: 12.

Random Lake 48, Sheb. Christian 31

Nicole Paulus scored 11 of her game-high 23 points during a decisive third quarter as the Rams pulled out the home CLC win.

Random Lake (13-9, 9-7) outscored Christian (6-13, 4-11) 16-3 in the third to build a sizeable lead.

Paulus and Delaney Sinnen each hit four 3-pointers. Sinnen had 14 points with five steals, while Becca Hiller added five points and seven assists.

Hannah Modahl scored 17 points to pace the Eagles.

Sheb. Christian…..12 7 3 9 — 31

Random Lake……17 8 16 7 — 48

Sheboygan Christian — Flipse 9, Modahl 17, Klompenhouwer 1, Wisse 4. 3s: Flipse 2, Modahl 2. FT: 9-17. F: 15.

Random Lake — Sinnen 14, Paulus 23, Hiller 5, Hartwig 2, Schimberg 4. 3s: Sinnen 4, Paulus 4. FT: 6-15. F: 14.

Howards Grove 48, Kohler 26

Kohler’s Alexis Rodriguez scored a game-high 14 points, but Howards Grove’s spread-out scoring prowess overwhelmed the Blue Bombers in Thursday’s Central Lakeshore Conference contest.

Taylor Benninghaus scored 11 points to lead the Tigers (14-7, 12-3 CLC), and Erin Valenstein added eight points.

Kohler (2-18, 1-14 CLC) got scoring from just three players. Mari-Kathleen Marzano scored 11 points, and Amanda Egbert scored one. Marzano also had nine rebounds.

H. Grove..17 9 10 12 — 48

Kohler……..9 2 2 13 — 26

Howards Grove — Benninghaus 11, Valenstein 8, Milz 7, Bramstedt 5, Edge 5, Marver 4, Rickmeier 4, Reinemann 3, Schnell 1. 3-pt: Edge 1, Bramstedt 1. FT: 8-15. Fouls: 11.

Kohler — Rodriguez 14, Marzano 11, Egbert 1. 3-pt: Rodriguez 2. FT: 6-8. Fouls: 12.

Plymouth 46, New Holstein 34

Marissa Grapentine scored a game-high 13 points, Rachael Holzhaeuser

Added 11 more and Plymouth put together a strong-enough second half to keep Thursday’s Eastern Wisconsin Conference win.

The Panthers (16-4, 11-2 EWC) held just a 20-18 lead after the first half, but a strong third quarter helped Plymouth push ahead.

Tori Zipper and Tara Zipperer each scored 11 points to lead New Holstein (1-18, 0-13 EWC).

Rachael Cecka grabbed a team-high 11 rebounds for Plymouth.

N. Holst……9 9 6 10 — 34

Plymouth..14 6 13 13 — 46

Plymouth — Grapentine 13, Holzhaeuser 10, Cecka 7, Reilly 6, Moegenburg 5, Kuhn 5. 3-pt: Grapentine 3, Kuhn 1, Holzhaeuser 1. FT: 9-14. Fouls: 12.

New Holstein — To. Zipperer 11, Ta. Zipperer 11, Meyer 4, Guelig 4, Preston 2, Fannin 2. 3-pt: Tara Zipperer. FT: 7-9. Fouls: 13.

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