Panthers second in Cedarburg Tourney

CEDARBURG – Cedarburg outscored the Plymouth Panthers 17-9 in the third quarter to key a 50-43 win Saturday in the championship game of the Cedarburg Girls Basketball Tournament.

The Panthers, who had their five-game winning streak snapped, dropped to 5-3. The Bulldogs improved to 7-1.

PHS advanced to the title game with a 63-10 rout over Milwaukee Washington in the first round Friday.

“It was a great game by two good teams. We started out hot, leading 8-0, and it was close the whole first half,” said PHS head coach Brad Shutter. __

“They had a little run in the beginning of the third quarter, hitting two threes and getting a three-point play. That little run gave them some breathing room and we could not get all the way back.”

Cedarburg, which led 23-22 at halftime, increased its lead to 40-31 after three periods.

Gwen Streblow led PHS in scoring with 12 points. Nikki Reil had a team-high eight rebounds. Kaily Moegenburg led in steals with three. No Panther had more than two assists.

“The girls played great defense, holding their leading scorer Allie Barber [6-foot-4 post] to three points. Unfortunately, Cedarburg’s guards stepped up and hit shots from the outside,” said Shutter.

“Kaily Moegenburg and Gwen Streblow had good overall tournaments. Nikki Reil and Olivia Jankowski did a great job on the big girl [Barber] for Cedarburg.”

WASHINGTON GAME

In the Washington game, PHS jumped out to a 15-0 lead in the first quarter and coasted from there. PHS was up 35-1 at halftime. Streblow led the PHS attack with 13 points, followed by Reil and Kaylee Kuhn with 10 each and Moegenburg, nine.

“We played outstanding defense. We only pressed the first half of the first quarter, then played man and zone the rest of the way. Everyone got to play a lot which was nice,” said Shutter.

Morgan Lisowe and Moegenburg had a team-high three steals each. Mackenzie Haese led in assists with four. The top rebounders were Kuhn and Moegenburg with five apiece.

PLYMOUTH 43

CEDARBURG 50

Score by Quarters

Plymouth…............10 12 9 12 – 43
Cedarburg..............10 13 17 10 – 50

Plymouth scoring: Kaylee Kuhn 1, Jordyn Pieper 7, Mackenzie Haese 5, Kaily Moegenburg 11, Nikki Reil 5, Gwen Streblow 12, Olivia Jankowski 2. Three-point goals: Pieper 1, Haese 1, Moegenburg 3, Streblow 2.

Cedarburg scoring: Adyson Schreiner 1, Rachel Ross 12, Kylee Marks 13, Cassie Uselding 3, Allie Barber 3, Kendall Lynch 13, Skylar Steffes 5. Three-point goals: Ross 3, Lynch 2, Steffes 1.


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