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The Packerland Conference championship was all but decided last night. Algoma gained a two game cushion over Oconto by handling the Blue Devils on their home court 49-36. Kennedy Blahnik led Algoma with 14 points and Baleigh Delorit added 13 in the victory. The Wolves defense may have been the most impressive however. They held Oconto to four points in the fourth quarter. In the final period they also held UWGB recruit Laken James scoreless. James did manage a game high 19 points through three quarters.

Sturgeon Bay won a foul fest with Sevastopol 59-29. Adaline Nelson was the game’s high scorer with 17 points for Sevastopol. Caralyn Mickey led Sturgeon Bay with 12 points. A total of 37 fouls were called in the contest.

Gibraltar edged Southern Door 59-40 behind a 19 point effort from Makenna Ash. The Vikings outscored the Eagles in every quarter and put their foot on the accelerator in the fourth quarter outscoring Southern Door 24-16 in the final quarter.

Kewaunee won out in a low scoring affair against N.E.W. Lutheran 36-27. Carli VanGoethem paced the Storm with 11 points.

In the Bay Conference, Hortonville pummeled Luxemburg-Casco 65-49. Lexi Kinnard scored 15 points and Rachel Warnke added 12 points in the loss.


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