Prep girls basketball: Shorthanded Lincoln falls

Prep girls basketball: Shorthanded Lincoln falls

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Prep girls basketball: Shorthanded Lincoln falls

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The Manitowoc Lincoln girls basketball team, without starters Kali Hackmann and Alyssa Grotegut due to injuries, led 22-21 at halftime but couldn’t hold on against host Sheboygan North in a 47-35 loss on Tuesday night.

Lincoln’s Meg Wolowicz was the only Ships player to reach double figures in scoring as she had 15 points followed by Michaela Jagemann’s seven points with one of the Ships’ two 3-pointers.

North made five 3-pointers and was 12-of-21 from the free-throw line while Lincoln was 7-of-11 from the free-throw line.

Lincoln -Manitowoc 9 13 5 8 35
Sheboygan North 12 9 13 13 47

Lincoln

Alyssa Fischer 5, Shawny Gabriel 1, Michaela Jagemann 7, Hailee Kotche 4, Stephanie Winans 2, Katherine Wolowicz 1, Meg Wolowicz 15.

Sheboygan North

Taylor Dallmann 3, Connor Dlugopolski 12, Haley Fullerton 2, Lindsey Gosse 2, Macey Konter 2, CJ Usadel 14, Mackenzie Wolf 3, Madison Wolf 9.

3-Point Goals – Lincoln 2 (Alyssa Fischer 1, Michaela Jagemann 1), Sheboygan North 5 (Taylor Dallmann 1, Connor Dlugopolski 2, CJ Usadel 2), Total Fouls – Lincoln 19 (Katherine Wolowicz 5), Sheboygan North 15.

Reedsville 39, Wrightstown 30

Reedsville held visiting Wrightstown to nine points in the first half to lead 15-9 at the break and never looked back in the win.

Five players scored for Wrightstown — none in double figures — while Reedsville had five scorers led by Brenna Kiekhaefer’s 12 points and Shelby Otto’s 10 points.

Reedsville shot 14-of-26 on free throws and made three 3-pointers while Wrightstown was 5-of-10 on free throws and made one 3-pointers.

The win tied Reedsville with Wrightstown atop the Olympian Conference standings at 10-2 each.

Wrightstown 3 6 10 11 30
Reedsville 7 8 10 14 39

Wrightstown

Kayla Chosa 6, Megan Hansen 6, Courtney Klister 7, Lindsay Neinas 3, Wrenn Tanck 8.

Reedsville

Riley Grimm 5, Lauren Holschbach 4, Brenna Kiekhaefer 12, Shelby Otto 10, Kayla Sheahan 8.

3-Point Goals – Wrightstown 1 (Lindsay Neinas 1), Reedsville 3 (Brenna Kiekhaefer 1, Kayla Sheahan 2), Total Fouls – Wrightstown 17, Reedsville 11.

St. Mary Central 48, Mishicot 33

St. Mary Central jumped out to a 15-4 lead at the end of the first quarter and Mishicot never recovered in the home loss.

Morgan Melichar had the team-high in scoring for the Indians as she had 11 points and was the only Mishicot player to reach double digits in scoring. Brooke Luckow had six points on both of Mishicot’s 3-pointers.

St. Mary Central 15 16 6 11 48
Mishicot 4 10 16 3 33

St. Mary Central

Andrea Arenz 3, Kelly Conn 6, Paige Krieck 2, Maddie Miller 6, Nicole Minton 3, Haley Thelen 12, Jenna Thelen 16.

Mishicot

Maria Endries 4, Gina Finnel 2, Emily Hutterer 4, Brooke Luckow 6, Nicole Meissner 4, Emily Melichar 2, Morgan Melichar 11.

3-Point Goals – St. Mary Central 3 (Andrea Arenz 1, Haley Thelen 2), Mishicot 2 (Brooke Luckow 2), Total Fouls – St. Mary Central 13, Mishicot 13.

Manitowoc Lutheran 49, Brillion 48

Manitowoc Lutheran was 5-of-7 on free throws in the fourth quarter as it rallied past visiting Brillion after trailing 23-19 at halftime.

MacKayla Menges led the Lancers with 18 points while teammate Arianna Neumeyer added eight points.

Lutheran was 13-of-21 on free-throws in the game and had four 3-pointers while Brillion shot 4-of-8 from the free-throw line and made four 3-pointers as well.

Brillion 8 15 12 13 48
Manitowoc Lutheran 6 13 16 14 49

Brillion

Alaina Beimborn 15, Carly Brault 2, McKinzie Fischer 2, Taylor Fischer 7, April Geiger 5, Jennifer Krueger 9, Tori Lemke 6, Amber Piepenburg 2.

Manitowoc Lutheran

Julia Barthels 6, Jordan Menges 3, MacKayla Menges 18, Arianna Neumeyer 8, Kaitlin Radue 5, Brooke Roberts 5, Hannah Yagodinski 4.

3-Point Goals – Brillion Public s 4 (April Geiger 1, Jennifer Krueger 3), Manitowoc Lutheran 4 (MacKayla Menges 1, Arianna Neumeyer 2, Kaitlin Radue 1), Total Fouls – Brillion 16, Manitowoc Lutheran 7.

Roncalli 50, Valders 38

Trailing 18-9 after the first quarter, visiting Roncalli outscored Valders 21-8 in the second quarter and 20-12 in the second half for the win.

For Roncalli, Rachel Moczynski had 16 points, Hailey Hoffmann had nine and Sophie Pitz added eight.

For Valders, on four players scored in the game as Danelle Buck had 13 points, Brittany Erickson had 11 and Conner Grall had 12.

Roncalli had five 3-pointers and was 7-of-10 on free throws while Valders had seven 3-pointers and was 7-of-11 on free throws.

Roncalli 9 21 10 10 50
Valders 18 8 9 3 38

Roncalli

Hailey Hoffmann 9, Rachel Moczynski 16, Katy Orth 2, Paige Pethan 2, Sophie Pitz 8, Becca Schuette 2, Hannah Severin 6, Catherine Taddy 5.

Valders

Danelle Buck 13, Brittany Erickson 11, Conner Grall 12, Amanda Handle 2.

3-Point Goals – Roncalli 5 (Hailey Hoffmann 2, Rachel Moczynski 1, Sophie Pitz 1, Catherine Taddy 1), Valders 7 (Danelle Buck 1, Brittany Erickson 3, Conner Grall 3), Total Fouls – Roncalli 17, Valders 17.

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