Prep girls basketball: Two Rivers rolls past Waupun

Prep girls basketball: Two Rivers rolls past Waupun

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Prep girls basketball: Two Rivers rolls past Waupun

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Allie Basken, Alexi Walesh and Mackenzie Walesh each scored at least 12 points as the host Two Rivers girls basketball team took down Waupun on Friday 55-38.

Basken led the Raiders with 17 points while Alexi and Mackenzie scored 15 points and 12 points, respectively, to pace Two Rivers’ offense.

After taking an early 12-10 lead after the first quarter, the Raiders outscored the Warriors 43-28 the rest of the way.

One factor in the game was Two Rivers defense, which didn’t allow a Waupun player to reach double figures.

Waupun 10 9 8 11 38
Two Rivers 12 14 12 17 55

Waupun

Kayla Bonack 8, Taylor Dolske 6, Kallyn Krohn 8, Kelsey Thompson 6, Ronna Woock 7, Emily Woodley 2, Alex Yedinak 1.

Two Rivers

Allie Basken 17, Marissa Broehm 6, Elena Garcia 3, Alexi Walesh 15, Jordan Walesh 2, Mackenzie Walesh 12.

3-Point Goals – Waupun 2 (Kallyn Krohn 1, Ronna Woock 1), Two Rivers 2 (Allie Basken 1, Alexi Walesh 1), Total Fouls – Waupun 13 (Taylor Dolske 5), Two Rivers 10.

De Pere 62, Man. Lincoln 29

The Ships fell behind early on the road 30-14 at halftime and never recovered.

Kali Hackmann and Katherine Wolowicz each scored six points to lead Lincoln’s offense.

Hackmann is 21 points away from 1,000 for her career after tonight’s performance.

She’ll have two more chances to break the plateau in the regular season, at home next Thursday against Green Bay Southwest and on Feb. 21 on the road against Green Bay Preble.

Lincoln 8 6 11 4 29
De Pere 13 17 11 21 62

Lincoln

Alyssa Fischer 2, Shawny Gabriel 2, Alyssa Grotegut 2, Kali Hackmann 6, Michaela Jagemann 2, Hailee Kotche 5, Katherine Wolowicz 6, Meg Wolowicz 4.

De Pere

Morgan Anderson 17, Heidi Bohrer 4, Kayla Dawson 22, Claire Emmerich 10, Sarah Kuehn 1, Paige MUshinski 3, Madeline Miller 1, Jessie Rabas 2, Jessica Splittgerber 2.

3-Point Goals – Lincoln 1 (Hailee Kotche 1), De Pere 2 (Morgan Anderson 1, Kayla Dawson 1), Total Fouls – Lincoln 18, De Pere 13.

Plymouth 62, Kiel 45

The Raiders were tied with the Panthers at halftime 27-27 but were outscored 35-18 in the second half in the road loss.

Cassie Schweitzer scored a game-high 17 for Kiel while teammate Brooke Goehring added 15.

Kiel 13 14 9 9 45
Plymouth 13 14 14 21 62

Kiel

Corinna Beaumont 2, Madeline Dahmer 3, Jeana Fale 4, Brooke Goehring 15, Alexis Lucas , Cassie Schweitzer 17, Mia Voland 4.

Plymouth

Rachael Cecka 11, Marissa Grapentine 9, Rachael Holzhaeuser 9, Sophia Kiela 11, Kaily Moegenburg 11, Nikki Reil 4, Sara Thompson 7.

3-Point Goals – Kiel 3 (Madeline Dahmer 1, Brooke Goehring 2), Plymouth 4 (Marissa Grapentine 1, Rachael Holzhaeuser 1, Sophia Kiela 1, Sara Thompson 1), Total Fouls – Kiel 18 (Alexis Lucas 5), Plymouth 15 (Nikki Reil 5).

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