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Southern Door and Sturgeon Bay revisited their great rivalry on the high school girls basketball court last night. Offense was at a premium as the Eagles managed a total of 10 points in the first half. Sturgeon Bay never scored in double digits in any quarter and the game ended 38-24 Southern Door. The Eagles were led by Cheyanne McFarlin's game high 13 points. Natalie Rose led the Clippers with nine points.

Kewaunee took care of business at Oconto 41-27. Alex Richard dominated in the paint and finished with 10 points. Three other Storm players chipped in nine points apiece. Laken James scored a game-high 12 points in the loss for Oconto.

Algoma stayed atop the Packerland with a 56-32 win over N.E.W. Lutheran. They are a game ahead of Kewaunee and three ahead of Oconto. Taylor Schmidt scored 14 points and Baleigh Delorit added 12 in the win.

New London dominated Luxemburg-Casco 56-24. L-C scored a total of eight points in the second half as the Bulldogs tightened their defense.

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