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Menominee Defeats Marinette in M&M Match Up

Issue Date: January 23, 2020

Maroons Take M&M Game Victory Over Marinette

The Menominee Maroons were the victors in an area cross town rivalry match. The annual M&M basketball game between the Marinette and Menominee girls saw the Maroons establish cross town dominance with a 66-30 resounding win.

The win keeps the Maroons in undefeated territory as their record moves to 11-0 overall.

Much of what made the win possible came from the Maroons accuracy, where they shot 17 of 29 from the field and five out of nine from behind the arc.

Menominee wasted no time in the first half as they fired off the games first six points to take the early gut checking lead.

At the end of the first quarter the Maroons controlled the boards with a 22-11 readout.

That lead only got bigger over the second quarter as the Maroons push it to 43-15.

By the end of the third quarter that lead was quickly getting out of hand as the Maroons enjoyed the 60-27 lead.

Leading Marinette was Katelyn Kitzinger with eight points and Auburn Walkway with seven. Renikow posted five.

Menominee was led by Anderson with 22 points and Nolde with 10. Hoffer posted nine by games end.



Florence Gets Handed Loss from Three Lakes

The Three Lakes girls basketball squad finished their Thursday night with a 20 point victory over the hosting Florence Bobcats.

Florence kept pace for most of the first half as they found themselves just behind the Lakers 27-24.

But a strong second half scoring push by the Three Lakes girls proved to be too much for the Bobcats to hold onto.

Madison Neuens led the way for the Bobcats with a nice 14 point effort. Lacey Enders followed up with 11 points while Jordan Springer got nine.



Wausaukee Annihilates Lena

The Wausaukee Ranger girls showed no mercy Friday night when they traveled to Lena for a matchup that saw the Rangers easy win 63-15.

The game got out of Lena's hands pretty quickly Friday night as the Wausaukee girls, led by Steph Murray's 13 point first half effort got a 34-9 lead going into the locker room.

Another 29 points by the Rangers in the second half was more than enough needed to overcome Lena's six point closing frame tally.

Madelyn Schlies was the evening's top scorer, getting 22 Ranger points. Murray tallied up 21 while Kaelyn Schlies finished with 11 points.

Lena was led by Kennedy Marquardt with six points and Chaela Rabas with three. Lillian Sellen, Chloe Potter and Melanie Cops all got two points each.



Gillett Defeats STAA

The Gillett Tiger took a quick win over the St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers Friday night as they bagged the win by way of a 63-31 final verdict.

It was all Gillett all the way as the Tigers saw a 32 point effort over the first half while their defense stopped the Cavvies at 15 points.

Karissa Schaal had 15 points to lead Gillett. Teammates Aubrey DeBauch, Brianna DeBauch, Macy Franti and Serenity Corona all got eight points each.

Lianna Baxter led all scorers with 19 points for the STAA girls. Addison Pristelski and Halle Beranek both posted five points each.



Niagara Puts Away Coleman

The Niagara Badger girls basketball team secured a 50-45 win over the visiting Coleman Cougars Friday night.

Thanks to a strong first half scoring push from Niagara the Badgers were able to go up 29-20 at the intermission.

Coleman fought hard to close the gap over the second but came up short in the 31-25 second half readout.

Coleman was led by Hailey Ziemer who fired in 15 points. Cameron Compe followed up with 10 points while Sydney List got nine on the night.

Niagara was led by Alyassa Cretton with 19 points. Jessica Oratch posted 10.



Florence Gets Win Over Lena

The Florence Bobcats were not going to be denied a resounding win Monday night as they fired away for the 52-21 win over the visiting Lena Wildcats.

Taking the initiative in this one was Florence's Jenna Springer who got 15 points to lead the Bobcats. Jordan Springer added on 13 points while Lacey Ender posted 6.



Gillett Gets Big Win Over Coleman

The Gillett Tigers were a little to fast for the Coleman Cougars to keep up with Monday night as they saw the visiting Tigers pounce all over them for the 64-41 win.

Karissa Schaal went wild over the opening frame, firing in 15 points while Aubrey DeBauch snagged eight first half points.

Coleman posted 17 points over the first frame which paled in comparison to the Tigers' 42 opening frame points.

Schaal led all scorers during the match up with a hefty 24 point tally. Aubrey DeBauch amassed 15 points while Sydney Young added up 12.

Coleman was led by Sydney List with nine points and Cameron Compe with seven. MacKenzie Champagne added six.



Crivitz Surprises Peshtigo With Loss

The Crivitz Wolverine girls were the eventual victors in Monday nights match up with the Bulldogs of Peshtigo. After two halves of furious play the visiting Wolverines had secured the hard fought win 57-47.

Starting in the first half, the Wolverines Chloe Gruszynski wasted no time in pushing her team to the halftime lead. After she hit her eighth point of the frame the Wolverines were set up to take the lead, going into the locker room with a nice 29-22 edge.

Peshtigo did pick up the pace over the second half, getting 25 points to add to that first half total.

But it was the Wolverines who stayed in the drivers seat over the closing minutes. This had much to do with the effort put forth by Gruszynski who fired in 18 second half points.

Gruszynski led all scorers during the match up with 27 points. Morgan VanLanen added nine while Sianna Guns got eight.

Peshtigo was led by Sydney Lund with 12 points and Grace Wickman with eight.



Marinette Gets Shutdown By Little Chute

The Little Chute Mustangs took down the Marinette Marines by way of a 64-41 final readout Friday night.

The win saw the Mustangs fire off 33 points over the opening minutes while their defense stifled the Marines, holding them to just 14 points.

Leading the way for the Marines was Katelyn Kitzinger with 14 points and Auburn Walkway with 12. Pieper posted six.

Little Chute was led by Joten with 18 points and Hernsen with 17 points. Wilson added up 14.



Menominee Gets Solid Win Over Escanaba

The Menominee Maroons found themselves fixing away and getting the points they needed Friday night at home as they put down the Eskimos of Escanaba by way of a 79-52 final tally.

Menominee was quick to seize the lead in this one as they entered the intermission ahead by a large amount, 35-23.

That lead was only increased over the second half as they fired off enough shots to bring their team to that 79 point final readout.

Leading the Eskimos was Ray with 18 points and Main with 17. Smith posted nine.

Menominee was led by Paige Barrette with 21 points Jenna Nolde with 14 points and Anderson with 13.



Peshtigo Gets Close Win Over Oconto

The Peshtigo Bulldog girls took on tough Oconto last Tuesday and were able to fire in enough points to take the 40-36.

Peshtigo was at the lead when it came to the final minutes of the first half holding that edge with a 25-18 readout.

Leading the way for Peshtigo was Emma Gilligan with 11 points and Grace Wickman with eight. Sydney Lund added up six points.

Oconto was led by Allan with eight points, Hornblad with eight and Bucherger with six.



Crivitz Gets Put Away By Oneida Nation

The Crivitz Wolverines were handed a hard fought loss by the league leading Oneida Nation Thunderhawks 65-49.

The Thunderhawks who have been knocking down all the competent wasted little time in getting ahead over the first half.

Leading the way for Oneida was M'Kenzey Ackley with 21 points. R. Ackley got 10 points while Jacobs finished the night with 17.

Crivitz was led by Gruszynski with 22 points, Bemis with nine points and Guns with three.



Menominee Defeats West Iron County

The Menominee Maroons got to add another "W" to their win column last week when they took down West Iron County with a 59-44 final verdict.

Menominee built a nice lead at the half with 40 points to West Irons' 24.

Leading the way for West Iron in the match up was Malmquist with 18 points and Nelson with 11. Grubbs posted four points.

Menominee was led by Anderson with 20 points and Barrette with 13 points. Nolde added up 13.



Marinette Gets Big Win Over Denmark

Needing a solid win to get back on track, the Marinette Marine girls did just that, finding a way to fight through the Denmark Vikings for the 72-64 win.

The game saw the Marinette girls get going early, Posting a 32-23 lead going into the intermission.

Leading the way for Marinette was Katelyn Kitzinger with an overwhelming 36 points and Wingender with 11 points. Piper posted eight.

Denmark got their 64 points thanks to a great effort from Maricque with 32 points and Heraly with 16. Jens got 6.



STAA Gets Win Over Stockbridge

The St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers got a 52-42 win over the Stockbridge girls Tuesday night.

The Cavvies who have needed a little confidence boost got it Tuesday night when they went wild on the Stockbridge girls. After one half of play the Cavvies found themselves ahead 40-11.

Leading the way for the Cavvies was Lianna Baxter with 33 points and Halle Beranek with 13 points. Faith Tebo got four points.

Stockbridge was led by Maddie LeGault with 25 points. Kathleen Kamp with 11 points and Ruppenthal with four points.


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