Wynot, Wausa defeat HPS Girls

WYNOT — The Wynot Lady Blue Devils put five players in double figures as they earned a 77-59 conference win over the Hartington Lady Wildcats Friday.
The game saw the return of Sarah Wieseler to action as she has come back from a torn ligament injury left over from volleyball season. Wieseler led her team with 15 points. Sarah Schulte was right behind with 13 points and Ashley Schmidt tossed in 12 points for the night. Shelby Hans and Kelli Koch finished out the scoring leaders for the Lady Devils with 10 points each.
Kylie Bakke continued her long range scoring clinic with four three-pointers and 17 points. Lori Fischer also hit double figures with 11 points for the Wildcats.
Four points by Sarah Wieseler and balanced scoring would help the Lady Blue Devils build a 16-5 first quarter lead.


Six points by Lori Fischer and treys by Bakke and Megan Goeden got the Wildcats’ offense going in the second quarter. Wynot answered with eight points from Ashley Schmidt and six Kelli Koch points to maintain a 44-25 halftime lead.
The second half saw the two teams trading baskets.
In the third quarter Wynot was led by Ashley Schmidt and Sarah Schulte with four points each. Hartington got balanced scoring and still trailed 58-40 going into the final quarter.
Kylie Bakke did everything she could to rally the Lady Wildcats in the final quarter as she drained a pair of long threes on her way to an 11-point outburst.
Her efforts came up short, though as Wynot got five more points from Sarah Wieseler and four points from Shelby Hans as both teams scored 19 points in the period and Wynot picked up the 77-59 win
Hartington     5    20    15    19—59
Wynot    16    28    14    19—77
Hartington    Wynot
FG    22-45        34-57
3PT    0-1        5-14
FT    10-17        9-16
REB    16        30

scoring
Hartington- Kylie Bakke, 17; Lori Fischer, 11; Ali Lammers, 8; Sheila Wiebelhaus, 8; Megan Goeden, 5; Nikole Folkers, 4; Dana Fuelberth, 2; Kimber Rhode, 2; Jenna Potts, 2. Wynot- Sarah Wieseler, 15; Sarah Schulte, 13; Ashley Schmidt, 12; Kelli Koch, 10; Shelby Hans, 10; Rachel Wieseler, 6; Abby Foxhoven, 4; Shawna Wiepen, 4; Heather Koch, 2; Britney Heine, 1..

WAUSA — The Hartington girls basketball team had a subpar offensive performance in the first and third quarters of this game and that along with an outstanding performance by Wausa’a Savannah Wakely helped the Vikings pick up another conference win.
Wausa downed the Wildcats 62-41 to improve to 12-4 on the year.
Savannah Wakely exploded for A career-high 31 points as she nailed 13 fieldgoals and went 5 for 7 from the line. Brittany Rosberg would contribute 14 points to the Wausa cause.
Hartington’s Kylie Bakke continued to lead her team as she connected for 3 three pointers and went a perfert 6 for 6 from the line as she ended with a 19 point performance. Ali Lammers would hit double figures with 10 points for the Lady Cats as well.
Brittany Rosberg had a hot hand early for the Vikings as she connected for 9 first quarter points. Kylie Bakke would hit a pair of long three pointers to provide most of the Wildcats offense and Wausa raced to a 18-8 early advantage.
The Lady Vikings would get 10 points from Savannah Wakely in the second and Ali Lammers would answer with 8 points for the Lady Wildcats to help Hartington hanging around.
Ten more points by Wakely would ignite a 14-5 third quarter run by Wausa and put them in command 44-24.
Kylie Bakke would hit a trey and would go 6 for 6 from the line in the final quarter for Hartington but Wausa got seven more points from Wakely and six points by Laura Claussen to squash any rally hopes by the Wildcats.

Hartington     8    11     5    17—41
Wausa    18    12    14    18—62

Hartington    Wausa
FG    13           26
3PT    3             1
FT    12-15         9-14

scoring
Hartington – Kylie Bakke 19, Ali Lammers 10, Megan Goeden 4, Sheila Wiebelhaus 3, Kimber Rhode 3, Dana Fuelberth 2.
Wausa- Savannah Wakely 31, Brittany Rosberg 14, Laura Claussen 8, Peyton Swanson 4, Stephane Banks 2, Emily Anderson 2, Leslie Kumm 1.