CWC-EAST BASKETBALL RECAP
A look at the Central Wisconsin East girls basketball schedule from the last week:
Peshtigo 58 at Wittenberg-Birnamwood 55
Peshtigo overcame a five point deficit at half time to defeat the Chargers on opening night in Wittenberg. Junior guard Reese Rogowski was one of three Chargers to score in double figures, finishing with eighteen points to go along with seven rebounds, seven assists, five steals, and three blocks. Senior Kaylee Schram had an efficient night, scoring fifteen points of her own on a perfect five of five from the field and five of seven from the free throw line. However, the Chargers turned it over 23 times in the game with four players accumulating at least four giveaways.
Bonduel 49 at Xavier 61
It was a balanced offensive attack for Xavier as they defeated the defending CWC-East champions Bonduel at home. Xavier expanded on a four point halftime lead to end up with a twelve point victory, accumulating sixteen steals in the process. Three players scored in double figures for the Hawks, led by Carsyn Stempa who had 13 in the game. Bonduel was led by Allaina Robaidek with 12 points, one of two bears to get into double digits.
Port Edwards 19 at Weyauwega-Fremont 42
It was a great start to the season for the Warhawks as they took held their home court on opening night, allowing only five points in the first half to leave with a resounding victory over Port Edwards. Taylor Martin scored twelve of the nineteen for Port Edwards, but the Warhawks forced 16 turnovers while only allowing twenty rebounds to start the season off on a dominant note.
Shiocton 59 at Southern Door 34
A dominating second half performance propelled Shiocton to victory against the defending champions of the Packerland Conference. The Chiefs were suffocating defensively, forcing 36 Eagle turnovers on the way to the win. Larissa Young led the way for coach Eric Schmidt’s squad with the senior scoring sixteen points to go along with six steals. Junior Kendal Stingle chipped in twelve points and five steals of her own while leading the team with five rebounds.
Pacelli 37 at Weyauwega-Fremont 19
Amelia Jacoby scored eleven points and pulled down seven rebounds to lead the Pacelli Cardinals to a road victory over Weyauwega-Fremont. The Cardinals were expert pickpockets in the game, picking up eighteen steals but they also turned the ball over sixteen times.
Manawa 35 at Shiocton 58
Kiley Dorn recorded a double-double as Shiocton forced forty Manawa turnovers in a twenty-three point win. The defense was so suffocating that they took a 34-10 lead into the half and were able to take it easy in the second half on the way to a victory. Dorn ended up with fifteen points and ten rebounds on six of eight shooting from the field to lead the Chiefs, who had ten different players get on the scoresheet. Manawa was led by Jolie Jaeger, who had eleven in the game, hitting two of her three attempts from beyond the arc.
Wautoma 48 at Iola-Scandinavia 57
Lillian Fuhs poured in sixteen points to lead coach Joel Biadasz’s bunch as Iola-Scandinavia got their first win of the season over Wautoma. Makayla Much and Madeline Much each scored ten points for the Thunderbirds, who got to the free throw line an astounding forty-three times, hitting twenty-three of them. Iola-Scandinavia used a dynamite first half hang on for the win, taking a fourteen point advantage into the break.
Wittenberg-Birnamwood 51 at Merrill 36
Kaylee Schram scored twenty points and pulled down thirteen rebounds as the Wittenberg-Birnamwood Chargers bounced back from an opening night loss to dominate Merrill. Reese Rogowski scored sixteen points of her own as well as racking up seven assists. The Chargers took only a three point advantage into halftime but extended it quickly in the second to get a comfortable win.
Brillion 52 at Amherst 41
Junior forward Megan Schuman scored sixteen of her twenty four points in the second half as Brillion erased a one point deficit to take down Amherst to get their first win of the season. Sydney Jastromski was the only Falcon to reach double figures, scoring ten of her eleven in the second half as well. The story of the game was on the glass and at the free throw line as Brillion outrebounded the Falcons by eleven and shot fourteen more free throws while limited Amherst’s second chance opportunities.
Oconto Falls 53 at Menominee Indian 43
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Almond-Bancroft 28 at Weyauwega-Fremont 29
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Iola-Scandinavia 40 at Wild Rose 66
Laney Havlovitz hit five three pointers and scored a game high eighteen points to lead the Wildcats over the Thunderbirds in a cross-conference matchup between the CWC-South and East. Wild Rose jumped out to a twenty-one point halftime lead as they cruised to a victory. Four players scored in double figures in the game, three of which from Wild Rose. Orria Wood ended up with fifteen for the Wildcats, with Clare Williams scoring eleven. Iola-Scandinavia was led by Madeline Much with ten.
Bowler 23 at Menominee Indian 75
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Wittenberg-Birnamwood 49 at Antigo 28
The Wittenberg-Birnamwood Chargers started out fast and cruised to an easy victory on the road over Antigo on Tuesday evening. Reese Rogowski continued her strong start to the season, scoring in double figures for the third consecutive game. She led all scorers with twenty-four points on the evening, while Faith Resch ended up with fourteen to lead the Chargers to a 2-1 start to the season. The Chargers return home for their next game when they take on Gillett on November 30.
Xavier 63 at Amherst 47
Despite twenty points nine rebounds from forward Sydney Lehman, the Amherst Falcons dropped their second straight game, falling in a physical contest to Xavier. The Hawks were led by sophomore wing Halle Vande Hey, who scored twelve of her team high seventeen points in the first half. Xavier used their full court press to astounding success, forcing thirty-one Amherst turnovers, many of which led to quick baskets. Xavier also got twenty-six points from their bench, including fourteen from Molly Martine. Amherst now travels to Markesan for their first road game of the season on November 30.
STANDINGS Record Next Game
Shiocton 2-0 11/27 vs Nekoosa
Weyauwega-Fremont 2-1 11/30 vs Tri-County Wittenberg-Birnamwood 2-1 11/30 vs Gillett
4. Iola-Scandinavia 1-1 11/30 vs Pittsville Menominee Indian 1-1 11/30 at Marion
6. Bonduel 0-1 11/30 vs Manawa
7. Amherst 0-2 11/30 at Markesan