Bay Port girls knock off Algoma at home

Bay Port girls knock off Algoma at home

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Bay Port girls knock off Algoma at home

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Bay Port 53, Algoma 43

Maddie Re had 18 points and eight rebounds as Bay Port topped Algoma in a nonconference game.

Algoma 10 10 9 14 — 43

Bay Port 14 9 12 18 — 53

A: Delorit 10, Koss 2, Demmin 6, Feuerstein 9, Pierre 16. 3-pt: Delorit, Demmin, Feuerstein, Pierre. FT: 6-17. F: 18.

BP: Jerks 6, Leiterman 9, McIntyre 2, Knutson 5, Re 18, Mueller 13. 3-pt: Leiterman. FT: 11-14. F: 16.

De Pere 76, Ashwaubenon 44

Margaret Miller scored 21 points and had six rebounds for De Pere.

De Pere 23 9 19 25 — 76

Ashwaubenon 8 9 16 11 — 44

DP: M. Miller 21, Kuehn 15, Rabas 11, Mashl 8, Cerrato 8, Palubicki 6, L. Miller 3, Schmidt 2, Fierek 1, Zehren 1. 3-pt: M. Miller 3, Rabas, Mashl 2, Cerrato 2, Palubicki, L. Miller. FT: 8-13. F: 11.

A: Baeten 13, Schlader 7, Brabant 6, Brown 6, Schaible 5, Lindow 4, Gardner 2, Rolling 1. FT: 8-10. F: 11.

G.B. Southwest 60, Manitowoc 46

Natisha Hiedeman scored 15 of her 30 points in the third quarter as Southwest pulled away. Hiedeman picked up a double-double, adding 10 steals.

Clare Zakowski added 13 points for Southwest (9-3, 4-2).

G.B. Southwest 12 16 20 12 — 60

Manitowoc 6 17 8 15 — 46

GBSW: Steffens 1, Parker 4, Bouche 4, Champion 8, Zakowski 13, Hiedeman 30. 3-pt: Zakowski 2, Hiedeman 1, Champion 1. FT: 14-20. F: 15.

M: Hackman 2, Tice 2, Parrish 2, Kotche 5, Dixon 8, Wolowicz 9, Fisher 18. 3-pt: Fisher 2, Dixon 1. FT: 7-10. F: 13.

Pulaski 63, Sheb. South 34

Mariah Szymanski and Cienna Doell combined for seven 3-pointers and 39 points as Pulaski crushed South.

Sheb. South 6 9 7 12 — 34

Pulaski 20 15 12 15 — 63

SS: McNellis 9, Primas 6, Weimann 5, Wojcik 4, Trescher 4, Zelm 4, Schleicher 2. 3-pt: Weimann 1. FT: 1-2. F: 8.

P: Szymanski 22, C. Doell 17, Anderson 8, Lardinois 4, J. Doell 4, Egnarski 2, Splan 2, Wargo 2, Schuettpelz 2. 3-pt: Szymanski 4, C. Doell 3, Anderson 1. FT: 7-11. F: 4.

Denmark 48, Oconto Falls 44

Jen Nehls scored 17 points to lead the Vikings (7-4, 4-2), who rallied in the second half after withstanding the Panthers’ hot start.

Elizabeth Manns had a game-high 18 points for Oconto Falls (5-6, 3-4), including six 3-pointers.

Oconto Falls 17 10 12 5 — 44

Denmark 11 7 17 13 — 48

OF: Helmle 6, Ausloos 2, Manns 18, Wolf 10, Virtues 4, Krueger 4. 3-pt: Manns 6, Wolf 2. FT: 8-10. F: 16.

D: Petersen 9, Hansen 11, Leiterman 7, Laurent 4, Nehls 17. 3-pt: Hansen 3. FT: 11-18. F: 13.

Bonduel 46, Witt.-Birn. 43

Jen Dowden scored 19 points as Bonduel edged previously unbeaten Wittenberg-Birnamwood to remain undefeated at 11-0 overall and 6-0 in the Central Wisconsin 8 Conference.

Witt.-Birn. 10 14 9 10 — 43

Bonduel 2 23 7 14 — 46

WB: Mahan 3, Clark 7, Zeinert 4, Alwes 8, Nier 12, White Eagle 3, Konkol 6. 3-pt: Mahan 1, Clark 2, Alwes 2, Nier 4, White Eagle 1. FT: 1-2. F: 13.

B: Collier 1, H. Sorenson 2, Dowden 19, Reinke 9, Weier 2, Pedersen 5, Zernicke 8. 3-pt: Zernicke 2, Reinke 1, Dowden 1. FT: 8-12. F: 10.

Men. Indian 59, Bowler 51

Sasha Peters scored 26 points as Menominee Indian improved to 11-0.

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