The Reedsville girls basketball team held Valders to no points in the first quarter and never trailed in a 43-30 home win on Monday night.
With the win, Reedsville goes to 19-2 overall and 15-2 in the Olympian Conference, meaning that with a win in its next game — on Thursday at Chilton — the Panthers would become conference champions.
Reedsville was led by Shelby Otto who had 16 points. The Panthers made no 3-pointers in the game and shot 5-of-13 on free throws.
For Valders, Danelle Buck had a team-high 11 points as the Vikings made two 3-pointers and shot 4-of-13 on free throws.
Danelle Buck 11, Brittany Erickson 4, Tessa Evenson 1, Conner Grall 7, Amanda Handle 5, Morgan Kelly 2.
Olivia Dietrich 4, Lauren Holschbach 9, Shelby Otto 16, Hannah Roffers 7, Brittany Sheahan 2, Kayla Sheahan 5.
3-Point Goals – Valders 2 (Danelle Buck 1, Conner Grall 1), Total Fouls – Valders 14, Reedsville 16.
Hilbert 38, Manitowoc Lutheran 25
Manitowoc Lutheran was held to two points in the second quarter and four points in the fourth quarter of the road loss.
No Lancers players reached double figures in scoring as Jordan Menges and Arianna Neumeyer each had five points.
Lutheran made one 3-pointer and was 8-of-16 on free throws while Hilbert made five 3-pointers and shot 3-of-7 on free throws.
Monique Machut 4, Jordan Menges 5, MacKayla Menges 4, Arianna Neumeyer 5, Kaitlin Radue 2, Brooke Roberts 3, Hannah Yagodinski 2.
Erica Gehl 13, Katie Gehl 9, Hailey Hemauer 4, Anna Kopecky 2, Erin Leffler 10.
3-Point Goals – Manitowoc Lutheran 1 (Jordan Menges 1), Hilbert 5 (Erica Gehl 3, Katie Gehl 1, Erin Leffler 1), Total Fouls – Manitowoc Lutheran 13, Hilbert 14.