Cold shooting stymies Resorters in BEC loss


ARYKA KLEMME of Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah drives past St. Mary Catholic’s Abbi Thelen for a basket in Thursday’s BEC basketball game. Elkhart’s Sonia Schubert and St. Mary’s Kate Britt look on. – Photo by Mike McGill ARYKA KLEMME of Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah drives past St. Mary Catholic’s Abbi Thelen for a basket in Thursday’s BEC basketball game. Elkhart’s Sonia Schubert and St. Mary’s Kate Britt look on. – Photo by Mike McGill ELKHART LAKE – The host Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Resorters shot only 24 percent (12 of 49) from the field as they fell to St. Mary Catholic (Neenah), 59-40, in a girls basketball game Friday night.

The Resorters fell to 2-2 in the Big East Conference (2-3 overall). The Zephrys improved to 1-3 in the BEC (3-3 overall).

“We had a very slow start and we lacked energy. SMC came out strong, hitting shots and we could not score versus their 2-3 zone defense,” said Resorter head coach Donny Kulow.

“Defensively, we had trouble on the drive and we did not get out on their shooters. SMC played a very good game on both ends.”

Sonia Schubert led EL-G in scoring with 11 points and Kianna Bahr hit 10. Schubert was the top rebounder with seven.

Maddie Schneider paced the Resorters in steals with four, followed by Mandy McLaughlin, Schubert and Bahr with three each. Schubert had a team-high three assists.

“We did have some players not at 100 percent but there were opportunities for others to contribute. We just need to get everyone healthy and be at full strength,” said Kulow.

Alicia Thone and Sydney Anderson keyed the Zephyrs’ attack with 17 and 16 points, respectively. Thone ignited St. Mary to a 33-23 halftime lead with 13 points.


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