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Bulldogs Beat Chargers On Gullicksen Last Second Shot
Issue Date: November 29, 2018
Gullicksen's Buzzer Beater Lifts Bulldogs Over Chargers
Peshtigo squeaked out a close one against Wittenberg-Birnamwood on Tuesday, 41-40. After a time out with 6 seconds remaining in regulation, Peshtigo's Sidney Gullicksen hit a 10-foot jumper with one second on the clock to give the Bulldogs the win.
Lianna Baxter continued to roll early in her freshman season, scoring 17 points, including 12 in the first half. Grace Wickman scored nine and Courtney Kodric added eight in what was a low-scoring, evenly-paced game.
The two teams were tied up at 21 at the break. Erica Wendler led Wittenberg with 11 points, but she was the only player on the team in double figures.
Amara Schoepke scored nine.
Wolverines Ground Eagles In Big Win
The Crivitz Wolverines gave it their all last Tuesday night when they took down the visiting Suring Eagles 55-36.
Crivitz was quick to the boards in this one as Sianna Guns helped to build a great first half with 14 opening frame points. Her effort helped to propel the Wolverines to a 25-15 lead at the half.
Ryana Wagner did all she could over the second half to keep her Eagles in it, sinking three three pointers while Kylee Steelier did a good job with five second half points.
Wolverine Chloe Gruszynski used the second half to work out the shooting muscles a bit as she built a ten point closing frame total.
Guns led all scorers during the game with 18 points no the night, she was followed by teammate Chole Gruszynski with 14 points and Emalee Johnsen who battled her way to eight Wolverine points.
Suring was led by Stelzer with 12 points and Wagner with nine. Wylie VanBellinger totaled up six on the night.
Gillett Bags Win Over Lena
The Gillett Tigers took a solid 76-37 win over the Lena Wildcats Tuesday night.
Gillett was way ahead at the half, leading 41-24 which they held over the second half for the big win.
Lena's Portier led the way with 12 points while Maddy Herald gave the Wildcats with 11 points.
Gillett was led by Schaal who led all scorers with 18 points. Aubrey DeBauch got 18 points while Gillett's Franti tallied up 14 points.
Bobcats Cage Cougars for Non-Conference Win
Florence spread the offense around in a 73-47 win over Coleman on Tuesday night.
The Bobcats had eight different players score, with four in double figures. Kathleen Selden had 15 points, with eight in the first half.
Jenna Springer scored 13, with nine in the first half and Savannah Vassar dumped in 14 with nine of her own in the first, helping push Florence to 41 in the first half and a 21-point lead at the break. Madison Neuens had 10 second half points.
Coleman's leading scorer was Cameron Compe, who scored 16. Hailey Ziemer scored 11.
Rangers Cruise Past Badgers 74-33
Wausaukee dominated Niagara on both ends of the floor Tuesday night, winning 74-33.
The Rangers led 30-14 at the half behind eight from Natalie Schroder, who finished with 16. Madelyn Schlies led with 17 points. Stephanie Murray and Kaeyln Schlies had 12 points apiece and Courtney Messar dumped in nine.
Madelyn Schlies scored 10 in the second half, as Wausaukee exploded for 44, more than Niagara had in the game.
Jasmine Racine led Niagara with 12 points, playing 36 minutes and going 3-for-13 from the field, including 2-of-3 from downtown.
Cailin Hagerty scored eight on 3-of-8 shooting.
Pristelski Leads St. Thomas
Alexa Pristelski did it all and then some as she pi,ed up 24 points in her contest with the Oneida Nationa Thunderhawks.
Teammate Hale Beranek was her back up in this one, as Beranek amassed 10 points to help bring the St. Thomas Aquinas Total to 42 on the night.
Second Half Rally Gives Oconto win Over Sevastopol
The Oconto Blue Devils were a second half team against Sevastopol on Tuesday.
The Blue Devils scored 39 second-half points to catapult themselves to a 60-51 win after trailing 27-21 at half.
Jenna Hornblad led with six points in the first half, all on free throws. She scored 11 more in the second half, but Mara Allen coming alive really made the difference.
The Oconto center was held to four points in the first half, but that wasn't the case in half two. She scored 17 in the second half to finish with a game-high 21.
Zoe Kuehn scored 10 for Sevastopol, the team's highest scorer.
Maggie Sohrweide had 10 points, including two three pointers.