University of Green Bay women’s basketball coach Kevin Borseth was recruiting Packerland Conference girls basketball players last night when Algoma hosted Oconto. Oconto senior Laken James has already committed to the Phoenix, but Borseth wanted to see the state’s top team in action. The Algoma Wolves are still number one in the state in Division 3 and are still undefeated after easing past the Blue Devils last night 58-43.
Kennedy Blahnik showcased her ability to finish around the basket on the way to a game high 17 points. Anna Dier added 12 in the paint for the Phoenix. Baleigh Delorit and Meg Ryan chipped in seven points apiece in the win. Laken James finished with 15 points for Oconto.
Sturgeon Bay rebounded well in a 50-22 win over Sevastopol in Institute last night. Clippers senior Jackie Herlache was the team’s high scorer with 11 points. Jessica Wagner led the Pioneers with 13 points.
Southern Door continued to impress with a 55-47 win in Fish Creek against Gibraltar. Courtney VanHout put up an impressive 21 points to lead the Eagles. Makenna Ash while riddled with foul trouble still scored 20 for the Vikings.
Kewaunee was 30 points better than N.E.W. Lutheran 63-33 last night. The next of the tremendous Geier girls burst onto the scene last night. After older sister Nicole dominated the Packerland for four years, Brooke Geier is ready to pick up where older sister left off. She tallied 23 points for the Storm in the win.
Denmark topped rival Luxemburg-Casco 43-32. Brittney Peterson led the Vikings with 13 points and Sarah Kinnard led L-C with 12 points.