Streblow hits 31, PHS wins 4th straight

MILWAUKEE – Senior guard Gwen Streblow poured in a career high 31 points to spark the Plymouth Panthers to a 63-51 girls basketball win over host Milwaukee School of Languages Tuesday night.

The nonconference win ran the Panthers’ winning streak to four and improved their record to 6-1. The Hawks, who dropped to 5-2, are the defending Division 3 state runners-up and have three returning starters from that team.

Streblow, who sank four threepointers, exploded for 15 points in the first half to propel PHS to a 36-24 halftime lead. Lydia Rhude and Jessica Leider contributed six points each in the half.

Streblow had a 16-point barrage in the second half to power the Panthers’ attack.

“Gwen was on fire. She shot really well, both inside and outside. She attacked the basket. She had a good overall game,” said Panther head coach Brad Shutter.

Streblow shot 52 percent from the field, including 4-for-10 from three-point range.

She also had five rebounds, three assists and shared the team lead in steals with Emily Majerus at six each. PHS had an impressive 17 steals.

Majerus dished out a teambest eight assists. Lydia Rhude paced PHS in rebounds with eight.

“Kalei Hering had a good overall game. Lydia Rhude did a nice job on the boards. Emily Majerus hit four free throws late which helped keep us distanced,” said Shutter.

Hering was the Panthers’ second leading scorer with 10 and had two assists, four rebounds and two steals.

“Everyone contributed. This was very good competition for us and good experience for us which will help us.”

Freshman forward/guard Nevaeh Howard led the Hawks’ offense with 16 points, including 11 in the second half.

There were no junior varsity 1 and 2 games held.

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