Brenna Heise scored 20 points on eight-of-12 shooting to lead the North to an 85-71 win over the South in the Division 2 Wisconsin Basketball Coaches All-Star Game at the Just A Game Fieldhouse in Wisconsin Dells on Friday.
Heise also hit a pair of three pointers, pulled down seven rebounds, blocked two shots and had two steals.
The North led 46-38 at halftime and expanded the lead to 16 points after three quarters.
Ashley Markowiak of Whitnall led the South with 12 points.
South 65, North 51
The South outscored the North 47-32 in the second half. After shooting just 17 percent in the first half, the South made 61 percent of their shots in the second half.
Neenah’s Brooke Hiltunen finished with two rebounds, two assists, two steals and one point for the North, which was led by De Pere’s Kayla Dawson, who scored 19 points.
Cassidy Mihalko of Franklin led the South with 16 points.
South 70, North 67
The South took a seven-point lead in the first quarter and made it stand up for the win over the North.
Berlin’s Callie Walker had a double-double for the South, scoring 14 points and pulling down 11 rebounds. Breanna Gaspervich of East Troy led the South with 15 points.
Xavier’s Michaela Machurik, who played for the North squad, finished with five points and five rebounds. Teammmate Wrenn Tanck of Wrightstown had four points, three rebounds and one steal.
Monica Verkuilen of Wittenberg-Birnamwood led the North with 12 points.
North 50, South 48
The North hit only 20 percent of its shots (12-of-59) but made 21-of-34 free throws to defeat the South.
Weyauwega-Fremont’s Jenni Hellweg had six rebounds, two points and two steals for the North. Holly Denfeld of Luck led the North with nine points.
Claire Scott of Darlington led the South with 14 points.
North 78, South 69
The North outscored the South 20-9 at the free throw line en route to the victory.
Stockbridge’s Arrisa Geiser finished with 11 points for the North, which was led by Avery Steen of Luck with 16 points.
Madison Laube of Barneveld and Logan Lessard of Seneca led the South with 14 points each.