Resorters end slide with lopsided victory


PAIGE NELSON of Elkhart Lake shoots over Kohler’s Elly Udovich in Friday’s BEC basketball game. – Photo by Mike McGill PAIGE NELSON of Elkhart Lake shoots over Kohler’s Elly Udovich in Friday’s BEC basketball game. – Photo by Mike McGill ELKHART LAKE – The Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Resorters celebrated Senior Night with a 58-37 thumping of Kohler here Friday.

The win snapped a two-game losing streak for the Resorters who improved to 5-7 in the Big East Conference (7-10 overall). The Blue Bombers fell to 0-12 in the BEC (3- 13 overall).

Junior guard Sonia Schubert had an impressive overall game to lead the way for Elkhart. Schubert had a team-high 21 points, five assists and four steals to go with nine rebounds.

Senior forward Rachael Flora also had a strong performance for the Resorters. Flora tallied 17 points and had a team-best 11 rebounds and four steals. Emma Feldmann had four assists and paced the team in blocked shots with three.

“After a slow start, we got things going and gradually built a lead. Kohler was scrappy and would not go away until we were able to pull away midway through the second half,” said Resorter head coach Donny Kulow.


SONIA SCHUBERT of Elkhart Lake slashes to the basket past Kohler’s Amanda Egbert (left) and an unidentified teammate for two points in Friday’s BEC basketball game. Elkhart’s Rachael Flora (34) looks on. – Photo by Mike McGill SONIA SCHUBERT of Elkhart Lake slashes to the basket past Kohler’s Amanda Egbert (left) and an unidentified teammate for two points in Friday’s BEC basketball game. Elkhart’s Rachael Flora (34) looks on. – Photo by Mike McGill “It was nice to get a win on Senior Night for our three seniors – Emma Feldmann, Rachael Flora and manager Becca Diestler.

“Sonia Schubert had a great allaround game. Rachael Flora was just as impressive. I thought Paige Nelson came off the bench and gave us a spark. Paige has quietly been doing a good job for us,” Kulow pointed out.

Nelson, a junior guard, contributed six points.

This was a good bounce-back victory for Elkhart which was coming off a disappointing 54-25 loss against Howards Grove Tuesday night.


WILL HUNTER of Plymouth tries to score over Kewaskum’s Charles Witek during Friday’s ECC basketball game. – Photo by Jason Hassel WILL HUNTER of Plymouth tries to score over Kewaskum’s Charles Witek during Friday’s ECC basketball game. – Photo by Jason Hassel “It was much-needed win for us to help our confidence,” said the veteran coach.

“We still had too many turnovers [28] and many of them were unforced, so we need to clean that up, but we did put up 58 points and did some good things versus Kohler’s zone defenses.”

Elkhart’s defense had an outstanding 20 steals as Kohler committed 30 turnovers.

Samantha Renzelmann was Kohler’s top scorer with 12.



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