It was a night of Door County rivalries on the girls basketball courts last night including a close one between Southern Door and Sturgeon Bay and a heated matchup between Sevastopol and Gibraltar. Sturgeon Bay was three points better than Southern Door 51-48 in the Town of Gardner. Linnea Schmelzer played her best game of the young season with a game high 21 points. The three headed monster that is Cheyanne McFarlin (12 points), Rachel Andres (12 points), and Courtney VanHout (16 points) could not match the Clippers intensity down the stretch. Sturgeon Bay outscored the Eagles by ten points in the fourth quarter to steal the victory late.
Gibraltar eased past Sevastopol 48-31 behind a fantastic outing by Lauren Kita. Her game high 18 points was more than enough to push the Vikings to victory. Lucy Bley was the bright spot for the Pioneers. Her 12 points paced Sevastopol.
Algoma proved their dominance once again with a 69-44 win over a very good N.E.W. Lutheran squad last night. Kennedy Blahnik played extremely well in all phases of the game on her way to a 16 point performance. Taylor Schmidt scored 10 and Leah Blazkovec scored a dozen in the Wolves win.
Kewaunee isn't ready to fade in the conference race either. They topped Oconto 53-36 behind Alex Richard's 16 points. The Storm jumped out to a 34-9 halftime lead and never questioned the outcome Tuesday night. Kelsey Stangel added 12 points in the victory.