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Kitzinger Breaks School Record With 51 pt Game

Issue Date: February 20, 2020

Marinette Shocks Lux-Casco with Shootout Win; Kitzinger Breaks Record

The Marinette girls who have struggled to break into the win column all season long posted a seriously nice win over high powered Lux-Casco, defeating the Spartans by way of an 86-80 final verdict.

The high scoring shootout saw both teams start the game with quite a push as the score at half already looked like a final score with the Marines holding the edge 44-38.

That edge was held onto by the Marines over the second half as some great play was turned in by Marinette's Katelyn Kitzinger. All season long Kitzinger has posted some truly amazing numbers but last week against the Spartans she outdid even herself, finishing the game with an unheard of 51 points. Her teammate Waloway chipped in 15 points. Chenier added eight points.

Lux-Casco was led by Adams with 26 points while Thiry added 19 points. Hanmann chipped in 15 points.



Suring Posts Win Over Lena

The Suring Eagle girls who have been dwelling in the cellar of the M&O this season, peaked their heads out of said cellar and snuck out the win over the Lena Wildcats 53-23.

The much needed win saw the Eagles work their way to the front over the first half, getting a 21 point helping to the Wildcats' 11 point effort.

By games end Suring's Kylee Steelzer posted a game leading 19 points along with her teammate Paige Krueger who also posted 19 points. Bubolz followed with four points.

Lena was led by McNurlen with 10 points and Sellen with three. Kennedy Marquardt chipped in three points.



Crivitz Blasts STAA for Win

The Crivitz Wolverine girls were not going to be denied the win last week when they faced off against the St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers who they handedly put away with a big 79-44 final readout.

That tally was pretty big over the first half as well as the Wolverines led by the effort of Chloe Gruszynski were able to blast their way to the 35-17 first half lead.

By games end Gruszynski had amassed 37 points. Teammate Emalee Johnsen posted 14 while Sianna Guns added 11.

STAA was led by Baxter with 22 points and Pristelski with nine points. Tebo added up two for the Cavvies.



Kewaunee Hands Peshtigo Loss

The Kewaunee Storm faced off against the Peshtigo bulldogs and were able to come away with 49-25 win in a defensive low scoring battle.

The win by the Storm didn't come easily though as the bulldogs kept pace over the first half, trailing 15-13 at the half.

Peshtigo's Sydney Lund did all she could to stem the advance over the second half as she finished the game with 10 points to lead the Bulldogs. Wickman added three while Reeks and Smalls also chipped in three points each.

Kewaunee was led by Tlachac with 17 points and Kohnle with seven. Schlies chipped in six points.



Wausaukee Falls to Niagara

The Wausaukee Ranger girls were handed a huge upset loss by the Niagara Badgers last week as they fell to Niagara 47-32.

Wausaukee's normally high scoring offensive machine hit the skids against a tough Niagara defense which was able to help build a 21-15 point first half lead.

That lead was carried by the Badgers over the second as the Rangers struggled to get their offensive shooter in a rhythm.

Niagara was led in the winning effort by Alyssa Cretton with 16 points. Cassie Gill added up 12 points while Jasmine Racine chipped in eight points.

Wausaukee was led by Madelyn Schlies with 12 points and Kaelyn Schlies with eight points. Allison Versaskas added on six



Florence Takes Down Tomahawk

The Florence Bobcats cruised their way to a 47-29 win over the Tomahawk girls last week.

The win saw the Bobcats push their way to the 22-16 lead at the half.

Leading the Bobcats was Jenna Springer with 18 points. Kathleen Selden posted 10 points while Madison Neuens followed up with nine points.





Florence Gets Narrow Win Over Forest Park

The Florence Bobcats narrowly escaped the Forest Park girls last week as they came away with the tight win 39-35.

The Bobcats were led in the victory by Madison Neuens with 14 points and Jenna Springer with 11 points. Jordan Springer added up 10 on the night.



Marinette Defeats Oconto

The Marinette girls have a bit of a win streak going. After defeating Lux-Casco they have bagged their second win of the week, taking down the Oconto Blue Devils by way of a 66-44 final verdict.

The nice area win saw the Marines get ahead early with a 37-22 first half readout before continuing the second half dominance for the win.

Katelyn Kitzinger who has been at the front of the pack all season long posted 15 points to lead the Marines. Pieper posted a 15 point effort while Ihde added on an additional nine points.

Kintzinger continued her record setting ways by surpassing former Marine basketball star Jenni Westphal whos record sat at 1118 pts from 1994.

Oconto was led by Jenna Hornblad with 14 points and Wusterbarth with six points. Hannah Moe chipped in six to the Oconto effort as well.



Menominee Wins Over Kingsford;"Anderson hits 1000th point

The Menominee Maroon girls, who have proven themselves one of the best area teams this season continues work their way to a perfect season as they defeated conference rival Kingsford 61-53. Also Emma Anderson who has been having a great season thus far, broke her 1000 point mark.

The win although close saw the Maroons get the early lead, entering the locker room ahead 30-26.

That four point lead would be played around with over the second half, but never surpassed as the Maroons held on for yet another win on an already amazing season.

The Maroons were led by Anderson with 22 points and Barette with 16 points. Nolde chipped in 10 points.

Kingsford was led by Glodowski with 13 points and Strehlow with 10 points. Kriegl finished the night with nine points.



Crivitz Takes Down Second Place Gillett

The Crivitz Wolverines had a very important game on their hands last week when they faced off against the Gillett Tigers who at the time had a one game lead.

Not anymore though, because the Crivitz Wolverines were able to fight their way to second place with a 53-41 handling of the Tigers.

The game couldn't have been more evenly matched over the first half. Over those opening minutes the two teams traded blows and the lead before the first buzzer sounded, showing the two teams tied at 23-23.

It was Crivitz that made the correct adjustments over the second half, creating the wiggle room needed to hold onto the safe win.

Leading the way for the Wolverines was Chloe Gruszynski with 16 points and Sianna Guns with 13 points. Spaulding and Johnsen both were able to post seven points each for the Wolverines.

Leading Gillett was Karissa Schaal with 19 points and Aubrey DeBauch with 18.



Rangers Power Past Rebels

The Wausaukee Ranger girls came away with a win over the hosting Laona/Wabeno Rebels Tuesday night 51-46.

The non conference win helps to get Wausaukee back on the right track after an upset earlier in the week set them back.

But it wasn't a game that was just placed in the hands of the Rangers. They had to fight for it.

After one half of play the Rebels had built a lead of 25-22. Not by any means unsurmountable.

And in fact the Rangers had plans in the second half on just how to overcome it.

After taking the lead in the middle goings of the half the Rangers defense dug in to stop any comeback from the Rebels.

Wausaukee was led in the win by Kaelyn Schlies who posted 21 points. Rachel Schlies added 12 on the night while Madelyn Schlies finished with seven points.

The Rebels were led by Higgins with 13 points. Bablch and Krawze both added six points each to the tally.


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