Lakeside can’t hold halftime lead in loss to New Berlin West

December 18, 2018

NEW BERLIN — The Lakeside Lutheran girls basketball team held a 12-point advantage at the break but couldn’t close out host New Berlin West as the Warriors lost 47-44 in a nonconference game on Saturday.

Lakeside’s Kaitlyn Shadoski and Lauren Thiele scored nine points apiece. Maggie Cody and Hannah Willems each notched seven points.

Maggie Cody made a big shot for Lakeside (2-3) to close out the first half with a double-digit lead.

“Maggie Cody hit a 3 before the buzzer to end the first half,” Lakeside Lutheran head coach Tim Matthies said. “We had momentum going into halftime.”

New Berlin West (4-4) switched from a man-to-man defense to zone and was able to capitalize on Lakeside turnovers and missed foul shots to close the gap.

“It was gradual,” Matthies said. “The wheels just fell off in all facets. We had good effort. Everyone is playing really hard.”

The Warriors shot 7-for-22 from the free-throw line and committed 20 personal fouls.

New Berlin West’s Kayla Garny totaled 13 points and Elena Barnes chipped in nine.

Lakeside hosts Lake Mills in a Capitol North Conference opener on Friday.



Lakeside Lutheran 23 21 — 44

New Berlin West 11 36 — 47

Lakeside Lutheran (fg-ft-tp) — Shadoski 4-0-9, Willems 3-1-7, Thiele 3-3-9, Cody 2-2-7, Raymond 2-0-4, Buxa 1-0-2, Murray 2-1-6. Totals 17 7-22 44.

New Berlin West (fg-ft-tp) — Church 0-1-1, Timmers 1-0-2, Thompson 1-0-2, Huguet 1-4-6, Garny 4-5-13, Bender 2-0-5, Nyenhuis 1-0-3, Melka 1-0-2, Schultz 1-2-4, Barnes 4-0-9. Totals 16 12-24 47.

Three-point goals — LL, Shadoski, Cody, Morrow; NBW, Bender, Nyenhuis, Barnes.

Total fouls — LL 20, NBW 24.

Friday’s results



OAKFIELD — Hustisford’s girls basketball team remained unbeaten in the Trailways East race with a 42-40 overtime win against Oakfield on Friday.

Senior forward Cassidy Ewert and freshman guard Ariona Hildebrandt each scored a basket and freshman guard Rylei Collien made a free throw as Hustisford (4-4, 4-0 in conference) led from start to finish in the overtime period.

Senior forward Brittney Fredrick scored 13 points to lead the Falcons while Ewert had her first double-double of the season with 12 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks.

Hustisford girls basketball coach Mack McPherson praised his players for prevailing in a game that went back and forth throughout.

“I thought we looked real good in the first half,” McPherson said. “We were looking inside. We made some nice plays. We got a three-point lead at halftime. During the first couple minutes of the second half, three of our girls went down with injuries within a minute of each other.

“Ali (Alisha Peplinski) gutted it out down the stretch. She had a couple nice rebounds and made a couple nice plays. Cass came up real big for us. She was solid the entire time … on the boards, taking it to the hoop. Brittney continues to hit double figures for us.”

Aryn Uttendorfer scored a game-high 16 points to lead Oakfield (2-6, 1-2).

Hustisford plays a nonconference game at Williams Bay tonight.


Hustisford 22 15 5 — 42

Oakfield 19 18 3 — 40

Hustisford (fg-ft-tp) — Hildebrandt 1-0-2, Collien 3-1-7, C. Ewert 5-2-12, Olson 1-0-2, S. Peplinski 1-0-2, A. Peplinski 2-0-4, Fredrick 5-1-13. Totals 18 4-12 42.

Oakfield (fg-ft-tp) — Uttendorfer 6-1-16, Anderson 0-1-1, Conger 1-0-2, Liebenow 0-2-2, Bates 1-1-3, Streeter 1-0-2, Lamonska 1-0-2, Hofman 5-2-12. Totals 15 7-13 40.

Three-point goals — H, Fredrick 2; O, Uttendorfer 3.

Total fouls — H 13, O 14.

Fouled out — O, Uttedorfer.



BELOIT — After getting outscored by 10 points in the first half, the Jefferson Eagles came back in the second half to trim the deficit to five points with three minutes to play in the game.

Junior post Olivia Ganser scored 11 of her 14 points for the Eagles in the second half but they couldn’t complete the comeback and were defeated by Beloit Turner 39-35 in Rock Valley Conference prep girls basketball action on Friday night.

Jefferson made three 3-pointers in the first half and finished the opening period with 11 points. Ganser made one of the 3s.

Sophomore point guard Ainsley Howard scored five points in the first half and finished with nine.

Olivia Tinder scored 11 points to lead the way for the Trojans. Tinder scored seven points in the first half. Sabrina Fitzgerald scored all seven of her points in the second half to balance things out for Turner.

Jefferson continues its season at 7:15 p.m. Thursday with a home game against McFarland.



Jefferson 11 24 — 35

Beloit Turner 21 18 — 39

Jefferson (fg-ft-tp) — Ganser 3-7-14, Howard 4-0-9, S. Peterson 1-0-2, H. Peterson 1-3-6, J. Peterson 2-0-4. Totals 11-10-35.

Beloit Turner (fg-ft-tp) — Puleo 0-1-1, Fitzgerald 2-3-7, Fowler 0-3-3, Young 2-3-7, Windsor 1-1-4, Njoo 2-0-6, Tinder 5-1-11. Totals 12-12-39.

Three-point goals — J, Howard, Ganser, H. Peterson; BT, Windsor, Njoo 2.

Total fouls — J 19, BT 20.



HORICON — Payton Marvin and Karissa Laabs each scored 12 points for Horicon in a 59-35 Trailways East win over Dodgeland’s girls basketball team on Friday.

Marvin and Nicole Jongebloed each added 10 rebounds for Horicon (3-3, 2-2 in conference).

Freshman forward Adrianne Bader had 12 points and senior guard Julia Holtz added nine for Dodgeland (5-4, 2-2).

The Trojans host Oakfield on Thursday.


Dodgeland 15 20 — 35

Horicon 33 26 — 59

Dodgeland (points) — Schreier 2, Holtz 9, Benzing 5, Cox 1, Firari 4, Loomis 2, Bader 12, Soter 1. Totals 35.

Horicon (points) — Olszewski 1, Bauer 2, Litterick 10, Marvin 12, Miller 9, Miescke 2, Laabs 12, Jongebloed 8, Tillema 3. Totals 59.

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