Prep girls basketball: Two Rivers leads early, falls late in loss to Plymouth

Prep girls basketball: Two Rivers leads early, falls late in loss to Plymouth

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Prep girls basketball: Two Rivers leads early, falls late in loss to Plymouth

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Leading 8-2 early in the fourth quarter, the Two Rivers girls basketball team allowed Plymouth to answer with a 10-0 run and couldn’t overcome a late Panthers lead in a 49-47 home loss on Thursday.

Two Rivers’ Alexi Walesh stole the ball and took it all the way for a layup to give the Raiders a 6-2 lead and with 3:53 left in the first quarter break the record for most points scored by a Two Rivers freshman in a season.

From there, though, Plymouth finished the first quarter on a 10-0 run and led 12-8 entering the second quarter.

Two Rivers had a 10-0 run of its own in the second frame, but Plymouth capitalized on 16 first-half turnovers by the Raiders as Two Rivers led 28-24 at halftime. The Raiders had 29 turnovers in the game to Plymouth’s 10.

Mackenzie Walesh led Two Rivers with 18 points and 10 rebounds while teammate Marissa Broehm had 11 points.

The No. 4-seeded Raiders will now have eight days off as they have a first-round bye in the WIAA State Girls Basketball Tournament Division 3 bracket and will await to find out who their opponent is.

Plymouth 12 12 13 12 49
Two Rivers 8 20 6 13 47

Plymouth

Rachael Cecka 16, Marissa Grapentine 9, McKenzie Haese 3, Rachael Holzhaeuser 3, Sophia Kiela 3, Kaily Moegenburg 11, Nikki Reil 4.

Two Rivers

Allie Basken 7, Marissa Broehm 11, Alexi Walesh 8, Mackenzie Walesh 18, Aly Wanek 3.

3-Point Goals – Plymouth 6 (Marissa Grapentine 2, McKenzie Haese 1, Kaily Moegenburg 3), Two Rivers 5 (Allie Basken 1, Marissa Broehm 2, Alexi Walesh 1, Mackenzie Walesh 1), Total Fouls – Plymouth 19 (Kaily Moegenburg 5), Two Rivers 20.

Reedsville 45, Chilton 15

For the first time since 1996, Reedsville won an Olympian Conference championship as it clinched the title in its regular-season finale road win.

The Panthers led 13-3 at the end of the first quarter and never looked back.

Nine players scored for Reedsville, as Olivia Dietrich led with nine points.

Reedsville 13 6 14 12 45
Chilton 3 3 3 6 15

Reedsville

Olivia Dietrich 9, Bailey Ebben 1, Riley Grimm 4, Lauren Holschbach 3, Brenna Kiekhaefer 8, Nichol Mangin 8, Shelby Otto 4, Hannah Roffers 3, Kayla Sheahan 5.

Chilton

Rachel Beil 2, Cassie Buelow 1, Kelly Hephner 1, Emily Karls 2, Heather Koehler 3, Marissa Moehn 2, Claire Stiefvater 4.

3-Point Goals – Reedsville 6 (Olivia Dietrich 3, Nichol Mangin 2, Kayla Sheahan 1), Chilton 1 (Heather Koehler 1), Total Fouls – Reedsville 15, Chilton 12.

Manitowoc Lincoln 63, Green Bay Preble 37

Trailing 14-13 after the first quarter, Lincoln outscored host Preble 21-7 in the second quarter and never looked back for the win.

The Ships also outscored the Hornets 19-8 in the fourth quarter.

For Lincoln, Alyssa Fischer had 18 points while teammate Kali Hackmann added 16 points.

With her point total, Hackmann cross the 1,000-point plateau for her career at Lincoln.

Lincoln 13 21 10 19 63
Green Bay Preble 14 7 8 8 37

Lincoln

Alyssa Fischer 18, Shawny Gabriel 5, Alyssa Grotegut 9, Kali Hackmann 16, Michaela Jagemann 5, Stephanie Winans 2, Katherine Wolowicz 2, Meg Wolowicz 6.

Green Bay Preble

Chelsea Conard 2, Erin Giesler 9, Alyssa Jacobson 3, Haley Malcore 4, Brooke Porath 4, Isabella Samuels 11, Cassandra Stangel 4.

3-Point Goals – Lincoln 2 (Alyssa Fischer 1, Michaela Jagemann 1), Total Fouls – Lincoln 12, Green Bay Preble 16.

Kiel 64, Campbellsport 33

Leading 29-19 at halftime, Kiel outscored Campbellsport 21-8 in the third quarter for the home win.

Brooke Goehring had a team-high 23 points for Kiel while teammate Cassie Schweitzer had 10 points. Also for the Raiders, Corinna Beaumont had 10 points.

A Campbellsport roster, along with individual statistics, was not submitted to the Herald Times Reporter as of press deadline.

Campbellsport 9 10 8 6 33
Kiel 12 17 21 14 64

Kiel

Corinna Beaumont 10, Madeline Dahmer 3, Jeana Fale 2, Brooke Goehring 23, Alexis Lucas 4, Cassie Schweitzer 15, Mia Voland 3, Harmony Wusterbarth 4.

3-Point Goals – Campbellsport 1, Kiel 2 (Madeline Dahmer 1, Mia Voland 1), Total Fouls – Campbellsport 7, Kiel 8.

Wrightstown 53, Valders 36

Trailing 10-6 at the end of the first quarter, visiting Valders fell behind 17-11 with with two minutes left in the first half and couldn’t recover.

Valders trailed 24-15 at halftime and 36-19 with 3:30 left in the third quarter.

With four minutes left in the game Valders was down 48-34.

Breanna Glaeser and Conner Grall each led the Vikings with 11 points.

Valders 6 9 12 9 36
Wrightstown 10 14 18 11 53

Valders

Danelle Buck 8, Tara Emme 2, Tessa Evenson 1, Breanna Glaeser 11, Conner Grall 11, Amanda Handle 2, Michiela Schwoerer 1. Totals 13 8-12 36.

Wrightstown

Kayla Chosa 20, Rachel Hand 2, Megan Hansen 11, Courtney Klister 6, Wrenn Tanck 14. Totals 21 9-13 53.

3-Point Goals – Valders 2 (Danelle Buck 1, Conner Grall 1), Wrightstown 1 (Megan Hansen 1), Total Fouls – Valders 11, Wrightstown 15.

Hilbert 50, Mishicot 38

The Indians fell behind 20-8 at halftime and never recovered in the home loss.

Mishicot was led offensively by Nicole Meissner and Emily Melichar, who scored 11 each.

Hilbert 16 4 9 21 50
Mishicot 6 2 15 15 38

Hilbert

Erica Gehl 19, Katie Gehl 11, Hailey Hemauer 6, . Jones 2, Erin Leffler 9, Taylor Schoen 3.

Mishicot

Morgan Castro 2, Maria Endries 2, Gina Finnel 1, Emily Hutterer 1, Brooke Luckow 11, Nicole Meissner 11, Emily Melichar 1, Morgan Melichar 9.

3-Point Goals – Hilbert 3 (Erica Gehl 1, Katie Gehl 1, Erin Leffler 1), Mishicot 6 (Brooke Luckow 1, Nicole Meissner 3, Morgan Melichar 2), Total Fouls – Hilbert 16, Mishicot 16.

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