Sevastopol’s girls basketball team limited Algoma to nine first-half points Friday when the Pioneers won on the road over the Wolves, 53-30.
Bailey Rikkola led Sevastopol with a game-high 24 points, which included four 3-pointers. Naomi Rikkola added nine points with Reese Schauske scoring eight more.
Emily Kirchman led Algoma with nine points.
Sevastopol, which improved its undefeated season record to 8-0 overall and 4-0 in the Packerland Conference, hosts a non-conference game Tuesday against Bonduel before playing at home Thursday against conference rival Gibraltar.
Eagles Soar Past Clippers
Southern Door’s girls basketball team led by 30 points at halftime Friday and went on to win at Sturgeon Bay, 76-37.
The Eagles had four players score in double figures led by Ashlyn Delfosse with 18 points, which included three 3-pointers. Callie Miller added 15 points, Payton Gilbertson tallied 13 points with three 3-pointers and Paige Olson scored 12 more.
The Clippers were led by Regan Kasten with 10 points and double digits in rebounds for a double-double. Autumn Rass added eight points, while Dasha Yeltysheva and Emma Reinhardt each scored six points.
Southern Door (4-5, 1-3) hosts a non-conference game Monday against Brillion before playing at home Thursday against conference rival Algoma.
The next game for Sturgeon Bay (1-7, 0-5) is a non-conference contest Jan. 3 at Two Rivers.
Vikings Beaten by Bulldogs
Gibrlatar’s girls basketball team trailed by 22 points at halftime Friday when the Vikings ended up losing a home conference game to Peshtigo, 73-57.
Four Gibraltar players scored in double figures led by Andie Schar with a game-high 21 points. Mikala Gorham added 12 points with Colleen Carlisle and Betsy Lecy scoring 10 points apiece.
The Bulldogs also had four players score in double figures led by Akira Smalls with 20 points.
The Vikings (0-7, 0-4) play their final game before the new year Thursday at Sevastopol.