Prep girls basketball roundup: Lincoln blows by GB East

Prep girls basketball roundup: Lincoln blows by GB East

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Prep girls basketball roundup: Lincoln blows by GB East

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The Manitowoc Lincoln girls basketball team raced out to a 25-10 lead at the end of the first quarter and never looked back in an 81-26 home win over Green Bay East on Friday night.

The Ships led 40-16 at halftime and 67-24 entering the fourth quarter.

East had four players score in the game while six scored for Lincoln.

Alyssa Fischer had a game-high 25 points and Shawny Gabriel added 24 for Lincoln, which also had double-digit scoring performances from Michaela Jagemann (10) and Hailee Kotche (11).

Lincoln made seven 3-pointers in the game to East’s one while the Ships shot 10-of-18 from the free-throw line to East’s 1-of-5 performance.

Green Bay East 10 6 8 2 26
Lincoln 25 15 27 14 81

Green Bay East

Deja Morrow 6, Jaida Reynen 3, Jamee Schleis 10, Alyssa Smollar 7.

Lincoln

Alyssa Fischer 25, Shawny Gabriel 24, Kali Hackmann 4, Michaela Jagemann 10, Hailee Kotche 11, Meg Wolowicz 7.

3-Point Goals – Green Bay East 1 (Jaida Reynen 1), Lincoln -Manitowoc 7 (Alyssa Fischer 2, Shawny Gabriel 4, Michaela Jagemann 1), Total Fouls – Green Bay East 17, Lincoln 11.

Manitowoc Lutheran 41, Chilton 20

Manitowoc Lutheran held host Chilton to one point in the first quarter and led 25-8 at halftime and never looked back in the home win.

Eight Lancers scored in the game as Jordan Menges led with a game-high 11 points. No other player reached double figures in the game as Chilton’s team high was six points.

Lutheran had two 3-pointers to Chilton’s four but the Lancers were 7-of-10 on free throws while the Tigers were 2-of-6.

Manitowoc Lutheran 15 10 11 5 41
Chilton 1 7 6 6 20

Manitowoc Lutheran

Julia Barthels 2, Monique Machut 4, Jordan Menges 11, MacKayla Menges 8, Arianna Neumeyer 7, Kaitlin Radue 2, Brooke Roberts 3, Hannah Yagodinski 4.

Chilton

Rachel Beil 3, Cassie Buelow 1, Heather Koehler 1, Marissa Moehn 6, Renee Schmitz 2, Claire Stiefvater 2, Shawna Weber 5.

3-Point Goals – Manitowoc Lutheran 2 (MacKayla Menges 1, Arianna Neumeyer 1), Chilton 4 (Rachel Beil 1, Marissa Moehn 2, Shawna Weber 1).

Mishicot 56, Valders 38

Mishicot made eight 3-pointers in earning the home win as Morgan Melichar had a game-high 21 points with one 3-pointer and teammate Brooke Luckow added 18 points on six 3’s.

For Valders, Danelle Buck had 16 points and made all four of the Vikings’ 3-pointers.

Mishicot lead 17-13 at the end of the first quarter but outscored Valders 10-3 in the second frame to lead 27-16 at halftime.

The Indians were 12-of-17 from the free-throw line while the Vikings were 6-of-12.

Valders 13 3 10 12 38
Mishicot 17 10 15 14 56

Valders

Danelle Buck 16, Tara Emme 2, Tessa Evenson 7, Breanna Glaeser 2, Conner Grall 5, Amanda Handle 2, Michiela Schwoerer 4.

Mishicot

Gina Finnel 6, Emily Hutterer 4, Brooke Luckow 18, Nicole Meissner 3, Morgan Melichar 21, Kelly Wilfert 4.

3-Point Goals – Valders 4 (Danelle Buck 4), Mishicot 8 (Emily Hutterer 1, Brooke Luckow 6, Morgan Melichar 1), Total Fouls – Valders 14, Mishicot 14.

Roncalli 50, Brillion 40

The Jets overcame a slow start, down 16-11 after one, to get the road win outscoring the Lions 39-24 the rest of the way.

Rachel Moczynski poured in a game-high 22 to pace Roncalli while teammate Sophie Pitz added eight.

Roncalli 11 14 12 13 50
Brillion 16 5 9 10 40

Roncalli

Lindsey Brennan 3, Alex Cliff 5, Hailey Hoffmann 3, Rachel Moczynski 22, Paige Pethan 1, Sophie Pitz 8, Hannah Severin 3, Catherine Taddy 5. Totals 14 18-26 40.

Brillion

Alaina Beimborn 6, Carly Brault 2, McKinzie Fischer 2, Taylor Fischer 6, April Geiger 7, Kaylee Geiger 2, Jennifer Krueger 7, Tori Lemke 4, Amber Piepenburg 4. Totals 16 6-10 50.

3-Point Goals – Roncalli 4 (Rachel Moczynski 1, Sophie Pitz 1, Catherine Taddy 1), Brillion 2 (April Geiger 1, Jennifer Krueger 1), Total Fouls – Roncalli 10, Brillion 19.

Reedsville 49, St. Mary Central 42

Brenna Kiekhaefer made six consecutive free throws down the stretch to help the Panthers hold on for the road win.

St. Mary’s trailed by six with about five minutes to go and rallied to pull within one with 1:30 remaining, but couldn’t take the lead.

Shelby Otto led Reedsville with a game-high 15 points while teammates Riley Grimm (12) and Kiekhaefer (11) were right behind.

Reedsville 7 9 12 21 49
St. Mary Central 7 9 10 16 42

Reedsville

Bailey Ebben 2, Riley Grimm 12, Lauren Holschbach 6, Brenna Kiekhaefer 11, Shelby Otto 15, Hannah Roffers 2, Kayla Sheahan 1. Totals 13-18 49.

St. Mary Central

Kelly Conn 7, Grace Dejno 6, Jenny Heid 2, Maddie Miller 4, Nicole Minton 5, Sarah Stinksi 3, Haley Thelen 3, Jenna Thelen 12. Totals 6-13 42.

3-Point Goals – St. Mary Central 4 (Kelly Conn 1, Nicole Minton 1, Sarah Stinksi 1, Haley Thelen 1), Total Fouls – Reedsville 14, St. Mary Central 18.

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