Sturgeon Bay girls reenergized for 2019

Winter break can have quite an effect on unsuspecting teams, but Sturgeon Bay girls basketball coach Erik Tauschek believes his team will come out looking better than ever in 2019. Although the team did pick up a loss in its final game of 2018, a 56-33 loss to Chilton, Tauschek said the girls have worked hard throughout the break to maintain their form heading in to the first couple of weeks of the new year.  At the individual level, Sarah Bridenhagen has been excellent on the court for Sturgeon Bay, leading the team in points per game and sitting second in both rebounds and assists. Tauschek said Bridenhagen will likely have to deal with teams gameplanning against her moving forward.



The Clippers are currently 1-9 on the season, with the lone victory coming against Sevastopol. The team returns to the court on Saturday for a matchup against a 2-3 Two Rivers squad.

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