WIAA girls regionals: De Pere flies into regional final

WIAA girls regionals: De Pere flies into regional final

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WIAA girls regionals: De Pere flies into regional final

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DE PERE – Kayla Dawson scored 16 of her game-high 23 points in the first half as De Pere jumped out to a 16-point halftime lead en route to a 58-32 victory over Sheboygan South on Friday in a WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal girls basketball game.

Morgan Anderson added 12 points for the Redbirds (23-0).

Sheb. South …7 10 10 5 — 32

De Pere …18 15 18 7 — 58

SS: Smith 9, Wojcik 1, Weimann 17, Selk 5. 3-pt: Smith 3. FT: 7-10. F: 15.

DP: Anderson 12, Cerrato 4, Milleer 5, Ryan 2, Dawson 23, Mushinski 2, Emmerich 8, Kuehn 2. 3-pt: Anderson 1, Dawson 1. FT: 12-15. F: 11.

Sheb. North 48, Bay Port 46

SUAMICO – Claire Jordan led Bay Port with 15 points and Chelsea Nooker added 10 points and 15 rebounds, but the Pirates couldn’t overcome a poor second quarter and fell at home to North.

Sheboygan North …16 15 12 5 — 48

Bay Port… 18 6 12 10 — 46

SN: Usadel 20, Mac. Wolf 6, Mad. Wolf 6, Dallman 6, Dlugopski 5, Gosse 3, Maletzke 2. 3pt: Usadel 2, Dallman 2, Gosse, Dlugopolski. FT: 6-10. F: 11.

BP: Jordan 15, Hilbert 3, Nooker 10, Grambsch 3, Meyer 9, Hermes 2, Nowak 2, McIntyre 2. 3pt: Hilbert, Meyer. FT: 8-10. F: 11.

Kimberly 38, Green Bay Preble 21

KIMBERLY – The Papermakers came out strong in the third quarter to erase a one-point halftime deficit and pull away late.

Frankie Wurtz led the Papermakers with 15 points, while Elly Pirman added 14.

Green Bay Preble… 4 10 5 2 — 21

Kimberly…2 11 19 6 — 38

GBP: Anderson 4, Giesler 2, Harris 2, Jacobson 2, Malcore 2, Porath 5, Samuels 4. FT: 7-10. F: 17

K: McMorrow 1, Pirman 14, Smarzinski 7, VandenHeuvel 1, Wurtz 15. 3pt: Pirman 3, Smarzinski 2. FT: 7-16. F: 13.

G.B. Notre Dame 77, Menasha 49

Brianna Byrne led four players in double figures with 20 points as host Notre Dame jumped out to a 22-6 lead after the first quarter and cruised to the win.

Sabrina Rapisarda hit five 3-pointers to finish with 18 points, Eliza Campbell chipped in with 12 and Allie LeClaire added 10.

Menasha… 6 11 16 16 –49

G.B. Notre Dame …22 16 27 12 –77

M: Sewall 14, Jones 7, Burrows 5, Siegel 4, Burow 3, Blob 4, VanLinn 8, Hackbarth 2, LaVell 2. 3pt: Sewall 2, Jones, Burow, VanLinn 2. FT: 7-9. F: 16. Fouled out: Burrows.

GBND: O. Campbell 2, Nixon 3, M. Rapisarda 2, Petitjean 1, Byrne 20, Everson 2, S. Rapisarda 18, E. Campbell 12, LeClaire 10, Johnson 4, Borseth 3. 3pt: Byrne 2, S. Rapisarda 5, Borseth. FT: 11-18. Fouls: 13.

Pulaski 54, Kaukauna 26

PULASKI – Mariah Szymanski had 12 points, Mallory Nickerson added 11 and Emily Simmons had 10 for Pulaski.

Kaukauna …5 7 9 5 — 26

Pulaski …12 13 17 12 — 54

K: Vandervelden 3, Ball 4, Hinkens 2, Huss 5, Hartjes 3, Schmidt 3, Gocker 2, K. Huss 2, Gierach 1, Morgan 1. 3pt: Vandervelden, Huss, Schmidt. FT: 5-12. F: 15.

P: Tomashek 3, Burdeau 2, Schuettelz 2, Simmons 10, Wargo 8, Egnarski 4, Szymanski 12, Lardnois 2, Nickerson 11. 3pt: Szymanski, Tomashek. FT: 16-20. F: 15.

Seymour 35, West De Pere 33

DE PERE – Carli Peters hit the game-winning shot at the buzzer for Seymour.

Maddie Plinska had a game-high 13 points for the Thunder.

West De Pere’s Sam Wegener made a pair of 3-pointers in the final minute to tie the game prior to Peters’ bucket.

Seymour …7 10 9 9 — 35

West De Pere …14 2 9 8 — 33

S: Peters 7, vonBrevern 5, Marcks 4, Danforth 6, Plinska 13. FT: 13-20. F: 13.

WDP: Denis 9, Wegener 6, Rahn 8, Shimek 2, VanVonderen 4, Clatt 4. 3-pt: Wegener 2, Rahn 2. FT: 5-10. F: 17.

Plymouth 65, Ashwaubenon 51

PLYMOUTH – Rachael Cecka had 12 points in the first quarter to help Plymouth take a 26-9 lead.

Plymouth forced 27 turnovers.

Ashwaubenon… 9 11 16 15 — 51

Plymouth … 26 15 11 13 — 65

A: Edlebeck 14, Crowley 13, Manders 2, Guarascio 3, Baeten 2, Schaible 4, Brown 3, McDonough 1, Steingraber 9. 3PT: Edlebeck, Crowley, Steingraber 2. FTs: 13-23. F: 26.

P: Haese 4, Kiela 7, Grapentine 5, Holzhaeuser 10, Moegenburg 18, Reil 4, Nischke 1, Cecka 16. 3pt: Haese, Moegenburg 2, Cecka.. FT: 17-35. F: 19.

Kewaunee 43, Chilton 21

KEWAUNEE – Alex Richard had 14 points and Carlie Van Goethem added 10 for Kewaunee.

Chilton …3 5 2 11 — 21

Kewaunee …17 5 16 5 — 43

C: Buelow 5, Schmitz 3, Beil 3, Stiefvater 10. 3pt: Buelow, Schmitz, Beil, Stiefvater. FT: 1-3. F: 6.

K: Heim 6, Kudick 2, Schneider 3, Bultman 2, Stangel 6, VaNGoethem 10, Richard 14. 3pt: VanGoethem 2, Stangel, Schneider, Heim. FT: 7-8. F: 8.

Oconto Falls 47, Northland Pines 33

OCONTO FALLS – McKenna Larson led the Panthers with 17 points and Carly Lemke added 14.

Northland Pines …6 7 8 12 –33

Oconto Falls …12 17 11 7 — 47

NP: Darton 6, Ridderbusch 2, Alst 3, Zyhowski 2, Bohnen 10, Mai 6, Will 4. FT: 7-11. F: 16.

OF: Gilligan 2, Watzka 3, Rabe 2, Lemke 14, Spang 2, Jones 7, Larson 17. 3pt: Watzka, Jones, Larson 3. FT: 10-17. F: 14.

Wrightstown 59, Southern Door 45

WRIGHTSTOWN – Courtney Klister scored 17 points, Wrenn Tanck added 15 points and Wrightstown outscored Southern Door 15-8 in the third quarter to take control.

Cheyenne McFarlin led all scorers with 20 points for the Eagles.

Southern Door… 9 16 8 12 — 45

Wrightstown… 14 12 15 18 — 59

SD: McFarlin 20, Baudhuin 8, Andres 4, Hawkey 5, Miller 5, Baranczyk 2, Van Hout 1. 3-pt: McFarlin 4, Baudhuin 1, Hawkey 1, Miller 1. FT: 6-7. F: 18.

W: Linzmeier 2, Neinas 8, Klister 17, Chosa 9, W. Tanck 15, Hansen 6. 3-pt: Klister 3, Neinas 2, Hansen 2. FT: 12-22. F: 12.

Algoma 54, Bonduel 38

ALGOMA – After a tie game at halftime, the Wolves used a 22-8 third quarter to pull away from Bonduel.

Kennedy Blahnik had 14 points and Taylor Schmidt added 10 for Algoma.

Jennifer Dowden had a game-high 15 points to pace Bonduel, which used a 17-2 second quarter to pull even.

Bonduel …3 17 8 10 — 38

Algoma …18 2 22 12 — 54

B: Dowden 15, Reinke 9, W. Sorenson 2, Rusch 3, Schmidt 1, Zernicke 5, M. Sorenson 3. 3pt: M. Sorenson, Dowden. FT: 10-20. F: 18.

A: Schmidt 10, Mueller 8, Delorit 6, Ryan 5, Blazkovec 1, LeDocq 1, Blahnik 14, Dier 9. 3pt: Ryan. FT: 7-19. F: 22.

Oconto 56, Gillett 42

OCONTO – Laken James scored a game-high 23 points and Jaelyn Jicha added 16 points to lead Oconto.

Melissa Meunier had 10 points for Gillett.

Gillett… 9 6 13 14 — 42

Oconto… 7 18 21 10 — 56

G: Kohls 2, DeJung 8, Rotter 1, Schroeder 5, Brennan 6, Meunier 10, Hischke 3, Reed 7. 3-pt: Meunier 2, DeJung 1, Schroeder 1, Reed 1. FT: 7-11. F: 11.

O: James 23, Shallow 4, Ellman 2, Westphal 2, Jicha 16, Pointer 2. 3-pt: James 1, Shallow 1. FT: 12-15. F: 16.

Coleman 41, Crandon 33

COLEMAN – Coleman rallied from a two-point halftime deficit to pick up the victory.

Raena Chucka had 12 points for Coleman.

Sara Cottrell scored 16 points to lead Crandon.

Crandon …11 6 5 11 — 33

Coleman… 11 4 13 13 — 41

Cra: Neilitz 1, Cottrell 16, Space 9, Erdmann 7. 3-pt: Cottrell 2. FT: 13-24. F: 15.

Col: Sadowski 4, Kerr 3, Chucka 12, Teteak 4, Process 11. Bieber 7. FT: 5-20. F: 17.

N.E.W. Lutheran 40, Suring 27

Sadie Nier had a double-double, scoring 10 points and grabbing 15 rebounds, as host N.E.W. Lutheran gradually pulled away in the win.

Erin Fisher had 10 points to lead Suring.

Suring… 6 6 6 9 — 27

N.E.W. Lutheran …11 8 8 13 — 40

S: Tienor 3, Fisher 10, VanBellinger 6, LaMarre 7, Gauthier 1. 3-pt: Tienor 1, Fisher 1, LaMarre 1. FT: 4-9. F: 17. Fouled out: VanBellinger.

NEW: Falk 8, Nier 10, Sludzinski 6, Mielke 10, Zimmerman 4, Keen 2. FT: 10-14. F: 13.

Gibraltar 52, Lena 47

FISH CREEK Lauren Kita scored eight of her game-high 16 points in the fourth quarter, including all four of her free throw attemps, as Gibraltar slid past Lena.

McKenna Ash chipped in with 12 points for Gibraltar.

Marlena Wagner had 13 points for Lena.

Lena …9 11 15 12 — 47

Gibraltar …10 14 11 17 — 52

L: Jagiello 2, Wagner 13, Vanlanen 5, Bushmaker 10, Ellman 4, Hanrahan 13. 3pt: Wagner 2, Ellman. FT: 14-26. F: 20.

G: Jacobs 4, Hecht 6, Jauragui 6, Swain 8, Ash 12, Kita 16. 3pt: Kita 2, Hecht. FT: 13-20. F: 21. Fouled out: Bauldry, Swain.

Good./Pembine 26, Wabeno 23

WABENO – Rachel Stankevich had 13 points to lead Goodman/Pembine.

Good./Pembine …6 2 10 8 –26

Wabeno …4 2 14 3 –23

G/P: Stankevich 13, Parr 2, Co. Goyak 11. FT: 4-14. F: 7.

W: Harrison 2, Champine 4, Prasser 3, Stefanski 6, Waube 8. 3pt: Stefanski 2. FT: 1-2. F: 13.

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