Pioneers Down Eagles, Vikings in Girls Hoops

Sevatopol’s girls basketball team remained undefeated in the Packerland Conference with two home victories last weekend over a pair of Door County schools.

The Pioneers dominated Friday’s game by applying defensive pressure the length of the court to force Southern Door into committing multiple turnovers.

After holding a 26-13 lead at halftime, Sevastopol limited the Eagles to 10 second-half points and went on to win 55-23.

Naomi Rikkola led the Pioneers with 15 points, with Kayla Ranly also scoring in double figures with 11 points.

Southern Door senior post player Allianna Dufek scored a game-high 17 points.

The Eagles, who dropped to 4-6 in the conference and 9-9 overall, return to action Monday hosting a league game with Sturgeon Bay.

On Saturday, Sevastopol defeated Gibraltar, 57-12.

Libby Ash led four Pioneer players scoring in double figures with a game-high 21 points, which included seven 3-pointers. Bailey Rikkola added 12 points, with Naomi Rikkola and Kayla Ranly tallying 10 points apiece.

The Vikings were led by Chloe Alexander with six points.

The Pioneers (9-0, 16-1) return to action Tuesday at Sturgeon Bay.

Sevastopol’s Naomi Rikkola (20) shoots the ball in the lane between Southern Door’s Callie Miller (1), Ashlyn Delfosse (23) and Allianna Dufek (32) in Friday’s game in the Sevastopol High School gym. Photo by Kevin Boneske.

Vikings Beaten By Blazers

Gibraltar also lost a road league game Friday to NEW Lutheran, 58-45.

The Vikings were led in that game by Betsy Lecy with 14 points and Colleen Carlisle with 11 points. 

Gibraltar (1-9, 2-15) next hosts Oconto on Tuesday.

Clippers Pounded by Peshtigo

Sturgeon Bay lost in conference action Friday at Peshtigo, 62-36.

The Clippers were led in scoring by Regan Kasten with eight points. Cady Carlson added seven points, with Grace Felhofer and Dasha Yeltysheva each tallying six points.

Sturgeon Bay (0-10, 2-15) plays at Southern Door on Monday before hosting Sevastopol on Tuesday.