Limoseth eclipses 1,000-point scoring mark, Pirates move to 9-1

December 19, 2018

HORICON — Senior guard Brittney Limoseth scored a game-high 24 points and went over 1,000 points for her career as Waterloo’s girls basketball team improved to 9-1 with a 55-32 nonconference win over Horicon on Monday.

Limoseth reached the milestone early in the second half.

“It’s a credit to the entire team,” Waterloo girls basketball coach Gabe Haberkorn said. “They are a part of her success. We have a great group of seniors. To have one of them reach a milestone like that is phenomenal.”

Waterloo took a 26-14 lead into halftime and extended it down the stretch.

“They came out in a 2-3 zone,” Haberkorn said. “We started to destroy it. The girls worked it really hard. We were getting a lot of rebounds. We got up by 17 points and they got out of it. They went man and it was over. They couldn’t stop us.”

Waterloo collected 40 rebounds. Senior guard Kaitlyn Filter had eight of those rebounds. The Pirates came up with 13 steals while committing just four turnovers compared to 25 for Horicon. Senior guard Katie Kuhl added nine points. Senior point guard Samantha Battenberg had eight points and four assists. Senior forward Melanie Renforth had five assists.

Waterloo hosts Wisconsin Heights on Friday to open Capitol South play.


Waterloo 26 29 — 55

Horicon 14 18 — 32

Waterloo (fg-ft-tp) — Filter 1-0-2, Limoseth 11-0-24, Battenberg 4-0-8, Meyer 1-0-2, Kuhl 3-0-9, Wolff 2-0-4, Caraballo 2-0-4, Renforth 1-0-2. Totals 25 0-0 55.

Horicon (fg-ft-tp) — Olszewski 0-1-1, Litterick 1-0-2, Marvin 5-0-12, Miller 2-0-4, Meiskict 2-0-4, Laabs 2-2-8, Tillema 0-1-1. Totals 12 4-8 32.

Three-point goals — W, Limoseth 2, Kuhl 3; H, Marvin 2, Laabs 2.

Total fouls — W 13, H 5.



WILLIAMS BAY — Senior forward Cassidy Ewert scored 11 points to go with six rebounds and two blocks to power Hustisford’s girls basketball team to a 55-25 nonconference win over Williams Bay on Monday.

“It was a good solid team win for us,” Hustisford girls basketball coach Mack McPherson said. “We came right out of the gate scoring inside and getting out on the break. We took charge of this one early. We were able to get all 13 girls on the court, 10 of which got into the scoring column.

“Ali (junior forward Alisha Peplinski) was strong inside with eight points and eight rebounds. Freshman Rylei Collien came in with nine points and four steals.”

Hustisford (5-4) travels to face Rio on Friday, Dec. 28.



Hustisford 27 28 — 55

Williams Bay 12 13 — 25

Hustisford (fg-ft-tp) — Leinen 1-1-4, Becker 2-0-4, K. Ewert 3-0-6, Collien 4-0-9, C. Ewert 5-1-11, Olson 1-0-2, S. Peplinski 1-0-3, A. Peplinski 3-2-8, Rinehart 0-1-1, Fredrick 3-1-7. Totals 23 6-12 55.

Williams Bay (fg-ft-tp) — Hoover 2-2-6, Nolan 2-0-4, Robbins 1-0-2, Pollak 1-1-3, Olson 5-0-10. Totals 11 3-5 25.

Three point goals — H, Leinen, Collien, S. Peplinski.

Total fouls — H 9, WB 12.

Fouled out — WB, Olson.

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