Pioneers Dominate Blue Devils in Girls Hoops

Sevastopol’s girls basketball team jumped out to a 30-point lead at halftime Thursday and ended up winning its Packerland Conference home contest against Oconto, 67-36.

Kayla Ranly led the Pioneers with a game-high 34 points. Naomi Rikkola added 13 points.

The Blue Devils were led by Addisyn Viestenz with 13 points.

Sevastopol, which improved to 15-0 in the conference and 22-1 overall, closes out the regular season Saturday with a league game at Peshtigo.

The Pioneers are seeded No. 2 in Division 5 in the WIAA girls basketball tournament and will host a regional semifinal game Feb. 24 against the winner of Tuesday’s quarterfinal game between No. 7-seeded Suring and No. 10-seeded Bowler. 

Eagles Blitz Blazers

Ashlyn Delfosse set a single-game school record by making eight 3-point baskets Thursday when Southern Door’s girls basketball team closed out the regular season with a 67-39 home victory over NEW Lutheran.

Delfosse led the Eagles with 26 points. Allianna Dufek added 17 points. 

Southern Door (9-7, 14-10) finished tied for fourth with Kewaunee in the Packerland Conference and opens tournament play Tuesday in Division 4 as a No. 8 seed by hosting No. 9-seeded Algoma.

Vikings Wholloped by Wolves

Gibraltar’s girls basketball team could only muster seven first-half points Thursday en route to losing its regular-season finale at Algoma, 55-17.

Krista Church led the Vikings with six points, with Mikala Gorham scoring five more.

Riley Zimmerman led the Wolves with a game-high 21 points.

Gibraltar (2-14, 4-20) received a No. 13 in Division 5 and will open tournament play in Tuesday’s regional quarterfinal at No. 4-seeded Niagara.

Clippers Clobbered by Storm

Sturgeon Bay’s girls basketball team ended the regular season at home Thursday by losing to Kewaunee, 75-41.

The Clippers (0-16, 2-21) are seeded No. 11 in Division 3 and open the tournament Tuesday with a regional quarterfinal at No. 6-seeded Clintonville.