Huibregtse sparks Lady Dutch past Elkhart


SONIA SCHUBERT of Elkhart Lake drives to the basket against Oostburg’s Jaidyn Hranicka in Saturday’s CLC basketball game. — Photo by Mike McGill SONIA SCHUBERT of Elkhart Lake drives to the basket against Oostburg’s Jaidyn Hranicka in Saturday’s CLC basketball game. — Photo by Mike McGill ELKHART LAKE – A big third quarter, led by senior point guard Maranda Huibregtse, propelled Oostburg past the upset-minded Elkhart Lake- Glenbeulah Resorters, 58-41, in a Central Lakeshore Conference girls basketball game here Saturday night.

The Lady Dutch raised their CLC-leading record to 8-0 (10-3 overall). Elkhart dropped to 3-5 in the league (4-7 overall).

Oostburg led only 20-19 at halftime before Huibregtse took over the game in the third quarter. She exploded for 12 of her game-high 18 points as Oostburg outscored the Resorters 20-6 to build a 40-25 cushion. Huibreg- tse climaxed her huge quarter with a three-pointer at the buzzer.

“We could not contain her [in the third period]. She is a very solid player and plays the game hard and with intensity. She just makes thing happen,” said Resorter head coach Donny Kulow.


EMMA FELDMANN (left) and Sonia Schubert of Elkhart Lake and Oostburg’s Jaidyn Hranicka dive for a loose ball in Saturday’s CLC basketball game. — Photo by Mike McGill EMMA FELDMANN (left) and Sonia Schubert of Elkhart Lake and Oostburg’s Jaidyn Hranicka dive for a loose ball in Saturday’s CLC basketball game. — Photo by Mike McGill “I am proud of the effort we had against a very good Oostburg team. We left it all on the floor and that’s all I can ask.

“We moved the ball well and did a good job of taking care of the basketball in the first half,” said Kulow.

Senior guard Ashley Pfeifer and sophomore guard Emily Holzmann led Elkhart in scoring with 13 each. Sonia Schubert grabbed a team-high nine rebounds and Rachael Flora had seven.

Pfeifer paced the Resorters in steals with four, followed by Emma Feldmann with three. Schubert and Emma Feldmann led in assists with two apiece.

Elkhart was plagued by 28 turnovers. Oostburg had an impressive 13 steals, led by Huibregtse with five.

Shannon Boldt led the Lady Dutch in assists with four. Keri Hartmann had a team-best five boards.

“Elkhart Lake defended us really well and took away looks that we are used to getting in the first half,” said Oostburg head coach Lisa Immel.

“We made some adjustments and started to hit some shots which helped our big-scoring third quarter. But hats off to Elkhart’s defense on Saturday night. They played very well.

“This was a team win for us,” added Immel.

OOSTBURG 58

ELKHART LAKE 41

Score by Quarters

Oostburg..................7 13 20 18 58
ElkhartLake............11 8 61641

Oostburg scoring: Maranda Huibregtse 18, Erin Bartenstein 5, Jaidyn Hranicka 3, Kim VanStelle 6, Shannon Boldt 8, Talia Hranicka 9, Keri Hartmann 2, Katie Bonnett 7. Threepoint goals: Huibregtse 1, Bartenstein 1, VanStelle 2, Boldt 1, Bonnett 1.

Elkhart Lake scoring: Emily Holzmann 13, Emma Feldmann 2, Rachael Flora 8, Ashley Pfeifer 13, Camrie Schmitz 2, Sonia Schubert 3. Threepoint goals: Holzmann 1.

Field goals: Oostburg 18-54, 33%; Elkhart Lake 15-46, 33%. Free throws: Oostburg 16-23, 70%; Elkhart Lake 10- 15, 67%.

Rebounds: Oostburg 30, Elkhart Lake 30. Turnovers: Oostburg 15, Elkhart Lake 28.


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