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Crivitz Holds Off Wausaukee; Stops Late Game Comeback

Issue Date: December 24, 2019

Crivitz Girls Get Win Over Wausaukee

In the main event of a double header, the Crivitz Wolverines girls' basketball team took an important M&O conference win last Thursday when they hosted the Wausaukee Rangers who they sent home with a 44-37 loss.

The win by the Wolverines was keyed in by Chloe Gruszynski who fired in a game leading 20 points to lead the way.

Over the first half the Wolverines saw Gruszynski strike early and often. Hitting on a couple in close buckets before taking a chance from behind the arc which paid off. After one half of play Gruszynski had amassed 10 points.

Wausaukee's Kaelyn Schlies also had a great start as she scored 11 points.

At the half the Wolverines were ahead 26-19.

Wausaukee lost some of its steam over the second half while the Wolverines kept the hoops coming. Over the second frame Wolverine Riley Mueller shot her way to seven points while Gruszynski kept the Rangers on their heels with another eight.

By games end Wausaukee's K. Schlies had hit for 11 points to lead the Rangers while Steph Murray added up nine. Rachel Schlies added five.

Gruszynski ended the evening with a game high 20 points while Mueller chipped in 11 points. Sienna Guns got six.

Peshtigo Defeats Algoma

The Peshtigo Bulldog girls scraped up a holiday season win, defeating the Algoma Wolves in Algoma 42-31.

The much needed confidence boosting win was taken by the Bulldogs early on as they started with a strong scoring push that left them with the lead 26-11 at the intermission.

During that first half the Bulldogs saw Sydney Lund carry the bulk of the scoring load as she hit a three pointer and four twos. Emma Gilligan also played strong in the opening frame, hitting two three pointers.

By games end the Bulldogs were led by Lund with 17 points, enough for the games top scorer spot. Gilligan chipped in nine while Mikennah Reek added six onto the total.

Algoma was led by Chloe Spitzer with six points. Halle Pranger, Emersyn Wallace, and Emily Kirchman all got five points it.

Gillett Takes Victory Against Laona/Wabeno

The Gillett Tiger girls bagged a nice home court win last Thursday when they took on the Loana/Wabeno Rebels who they took down by way of a 45-36 final verdict.

Though the Rebels lost by nine the game was pretty close exiting the first half as the Tigers held a slight edge 27-25.

That early two point lead was built with a well balanced attack from the Tigers. Just about every girl in black and red did a little something. Sydney Young led the way over the first with seven points while Macy Franti chipped in six. Aubrey DeBauch pitched in six as well to the opening game effort.

The Rebels first half was keyed in by Emma Harris who hit for nine points.

Over the second half Gillett's Camryn Long picked up the slack with a six point helping of buckets. DeBauch also had a great second half, striking for six points of her own.

The Rebels had the evenings top performer among their ranks as Harris finished the night with 13. Teammate Kaylyn LaRock added up seven while Grace Krawze and Trista Weiss both chipped in five points each.

Gillett was led by DeBauch with 12 points and Young with eight points. Karissa Schaal, Long and Franti all added six points each to the final tally.

Bobcats Pounce On Cougars

The Florence Bobcats are a high p
owered basketball team this season and last Friday the visiting Cougars of Coleman found that out the hard way, falling to the Bobcats 54-44.

The Bobcats jumped to an early lead and held on to it till the intermission where they led 28-19.

The Bobcats were led by Jordyn Springer who went wild on the court for a 22 point final readout. Jenna Springer backed her team up with a good helping of points with 21. Madison Neuens and Haley Behrman both added up four points each.

Tigers Trounce Wildcats

The Lena Wildcats were no match for the tough and hoop hungry Tigers who shot their way to an obliterating 75-21 final readout.

This one was already over after the opening minutes as the Tigers had amassed 48 first half points to the Wildcats 10.

That first half saw Aubrey DeBauch play like an all-star, as she stuck for an overwhelming 18 points. Kris Schaal kept pace with DeBauch further pushing the Tiger lead up by 17 points. Ryan Wagner and Brianna DeBauch also each hit a three pointer.

At games end A. DeBauch had amassed 26 points while Schaal ended with 19. Wagner got eight on the night while B. DeBauch and Aliana Herzog chipped in six points each.

Crivitz Girls Battle STAA for Win

The Crivitz Wolverine girls are improving their standing amongst the M&O this past week as they took one over Wausaukee before adding a win against STAA 75-43.

The big win came off the hands of Wolverines Chloe Gruszynski and Emalee Johnsen who combined for 44 points, thats more than STAA's final readout.

Gruszynski got the game going in the first with a good helping of buckets, piling up 14. Johnson also had a great start with eight opening frame points.

STAA's Lianna Baxter refused to give up as she posted nine first half points before carrying her team through the second with 19 points.

Crivitz's second half was about spreading the love as six of their girls chipped in to the scoring effort.

Over that second half the Wolverines' Gruszynski added an extra 14 points to her tally while Johnsen posted an additional eight. Kira Spalding chipped in six second half points.

By games end the Wolverines and Cavaliers both had the games top performer on their squads. The Wolverines' Gruszynski posted 28 total points along with Baxter who posted 28 for STAA to secure top scoring honors.

Following Gruszynski on the stat sheets was Johnsen with 16. Guns finished with seven points while Bailey Bemis, Spalding and McKenna Sellen all chipped in six points each.

After Baxter came Addison Pristelski for the Cavvies. She finished the game with eight points. Halle Beranek got four.

Wausaukee Recover with Win Over Suring

The Wausaukee Ranger girls recovered from their loss to Crivitz earlier in the week to defeat the Suring Eagles 59-27.

The Suring girls had a hard time keeping the Ranger shooters at bay as they quickly amassed an insurmountable lead over the first half.

That early Wausaukee lead was built upon amazing efforts from Steph Murray and Kaelyn Schlies who combined for 26 of those 36 first half points. Murray bagged 16 of them while K. Schlies added the 10.

Suring's Kylee Steelier added up nine over the first half to help keep her team from falling too far behind.

Murray continued to have an excellent game and finished as the game's top scorer with 24 points. K. Schlies followed up with 14 while Madelyn Schlies gave the Rangers 11.

Stelzer finished the evening with 19 points for the Eagles while K. Mahoney, M Barley, S. Huth and K. Smith all got two points each.

League Leading Oneida Solidifies Lead With Win Over Niagara

As the season quickly moves into the second half of play the Oneida Nation Thunderhawks are the team to beat, Just ask their M&O competition from the past few weeks, these girls can play ball and last Friday evening was no exception to that as the hard hitting Thunderhawks shocked the Niagara Badgers for a 59-47 win.

It was a down and out back and forth battle over the first half as the Thunderhawks fought their way to the 29-23 lead at the intermission. Over the opening minutes Oneida's M'Kenzey Ackley fired in 11 points while teammates Malia Jacobs and Sadie Schumann both tacked on eight points each.

Niagara turned to Jessica Ortach over the first and she didn't disappoint, striking often for 12 first half points.

Ackley kept the pace up over the second half with another 12 points, bringing her game tally to 23, enough for the nights top scorer spot. Jacobs fired in a three pointer to help bring her total for the game to 15. Schumann added up 12.

Oratch took top scoring honors for the Badgers with 26 points while Alyassa Cretton and J. Payette both posted six points.

Wrightstown Hands Marinette Loss

The Wrightstown Tigers came to Marinette Friday where they quickly took control of the game, ending it with an 80-40 blow out win.

Both teams were pretty consistent with their scoring as the Tigers posted 43 in the first half and 37 in the second. Marinette was also consistent as they scored 24 in the first and 16 in the second, unfortunately they could pick up the pace.

Wrightstown was led by the evenings top scorer Diny with 27 points. L. Lemke posted 16 while Vickman added 10.

Marinette was led by Katelyn Kitzinger who posted 12 points for her Marines. Pierre posted six while Chenier got six.


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