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H.S. girls hoops: Whitewater runs streak to eight

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Gazette staff
January 13, 2014

The Whitewater girls basketball team extended its winning streak to eight straight games on Monday night.

The Whippets jumped all over Westosha Central early and cruised to a 71-34 nonconference victory.

Brooke Trewyn scored a game-high 15 points for Whitewater, which also got 14 apiece from Kailey Reynolds and Myriama Smith-Traore

The Whippets allowed just nine first-half points.

They will sell T-shirts for $10 at Thursday's game against Evansville, promoting the upcoming “Red Out” on Jan. 24.

WHITEWATER 71, WESTOSHA CENTRAL 34

Westosha (34)—McGill, 2-2-6; Bostanche, 2-3-7; Erickson, 0-1-1; Willis, 2-0-5; Ziesmann, 0-5-5; Stanczak, 3-2-9; Pitts, 0-1-1. Totals: 9-14-34.

Whitewater (71)—Reynolds, 5-4-14; Martinez, 1-1-3; Dolan, 0-1-1; R. Schumacher, 1-0-2; Trewyn, 6-1-15; Markham, 3-0-6; Chase, 0-2-2; Minton, 1-0-2; S. Schumacher, 6-0-12; Smith-Traore, 7-0-15. Totals: 30-9-71.

Westosha           5          4                                12 13—34

Whitewater      13        23                                17 18—71

Three-point goals—WC 2 (Willis, Stanczak), Whi 2 (Trewyn 2). Free throws missed—WC 10, Whi 5. Total fouls—WC 16, Whi 20. Fouled out—R. Schumacher, Myers.

 

• Beloit Memorial 61, Turner 50—The Purple Knights used a big second quarter to win the crosstown rivalry game.

Beloit Memorial trailed by three points after the first quarter but outscored the Trojans 20-10 in the second.

Kea Whittington scored a game-high 19 points and Michelle Ellis added 18 for the Knights.

Ashley Himmelmann, the Rock Valley South's leading scorer, had 18 for the Trojans.

BELOIT MEMORIAL 61, BELOIT TURNER 50

Memorial (61)—Whittington, 8-3-19; Ellis, 9-0-18; Anderson, 2-0-4; Winston, 1-0-2; Dorsey, 1-0-2; Kiger, 2-0-4; Evans, 4-4-12. Totals: 27-7-61.

Turner (50)—Himmelmann, 5-8-18; Fowler, 1-0-2; Washburn, 0-1-1; Sanwick, 2-1-5; Beyer, 3-0-6; Lauterbach, 2-5-9; Krizmarich, 3-0-6; Burns, 1-1-3. Totals: 17-16-50.

Beloit Memorial 17       20                                14 10—61

Beloit Turner    20        10                                  9 11—50

Three-point goals—None. Free throws missed—BM 9, BT 14. Total fouls—BM 21, 15. Fouled out—Evans.

 

• Marshall 73, Edgerton 35—The Cardinals flexed their undefeated muscles as Marshall's Kelsey Bakken scored 24 points, virtually a third of the Cards' total.

The visitors made 11 3-pointers, as Edgerton fell behind 24-9 in the first quarter and never recovered.

Allison Long led the Crimson Tide with 14 points.

MARSHALL 73, EDGERTON 35

Marshall (73)—Bakken 10-0-24, Lutz 3-3-10, Gumz 3-1-7, Anacker 2-0-6, Voigts 0-1-1, Schoenicke 2-1-5, Spear 1-1-4, Wahlqist 1-0-3, Canon 3-2-10, Domask 0-3-3. Totals 25-12-73.

Edgerton (35)—Long 4-5-14, Schmidt 3-2-9, Snell 2-0-5, Reilley 2-0-5, Stock 1-0-2. Totals 12-7-35.

Marshall            24        16                                18 15—73

Edgerton             9          8                                  8 10—35

Three-point field goals—Marshall 11 (Bakken 4, Lutz, Anacker 2, Spear, Wahlqist, Canon 2). Edgerton 4 (Long, Schmidt, Snell, Reilley). Missed free throws—Marshall 9, Edgerton 6. Total fouls—Marshall 14, Edgerton 16.

 

• Black Hawk 50, Parkview 35—Jen Wellnitz scored 22 points and Black Hawk came from behind in the second half.

The Vikings led 20-19 at the halftime break but scored just 15 second-half points.

Sara Kearns led Parkview with 10 points.

BLACK HAWK 50, PARKVIEW 35

Parkview (35)—Helt 6, Markee 2, Binkley 2, Warden 2, Gestrich 7, Kearns 10, Thole 4, Kerns 2. Totals: 13-6-35.

Black Hawk (50)—Holland 2, Cushman 4, Sigafus 14, Flanagan 5, Wellnitz 22, Jackson 3. Totals: 17-10-50.

Parkview             6        14                                  8  7—35

Black Hawk        9        10                                15 16—50

Free throws missed—P 7, BH 10. Total fouls—P 16, BH 14.



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