Panthers breeze to third in Cedarburg Tourney

CEDARBURG – The Plym- outh Panthers bounced back from a heartbreaking loss in the first round with a 75-42 rout over Kenosha Indian Trails Tuesday night in the third-place game of the Cedarburg Girls Basketball Tournament.

In Monday’s first-round game, the Panthers blew a 13-point lead in the second half and lost, 49-47, against Milwaukee Vincent. Cedarburg won the four-team tourney with a win over Vincent in the finals.

The Panthers took control of the game early against Kenosha, getting several steals off their pressing defense which led to many baskets. PHS mounted a 47-22 halftime lead, led by Gwen Streblow with 12 points and Emma Jewell, who came off the bench, with nine.

Streblow hit a team-high 15 points, followed by Jewell and Lexi Lautenschlaeger with 11 each. Streblow and Lautenschlaeger led in rebounds with six each.

Emily Majerus paced PHS in assists with four. The Panthers had an outstanding 15 steals, led by Jewell with five and Majerus, three.

“Everyone played a lot and it was a good team effort. It was a good comeback after a letdown the night before,” said Panther head coach Brad Shutter.

FIRST-ROUND GAME

The Vikings converted a three-point play with only one second left to give them a 49-47 win over PHS. The threepoint play came off a put-back, and an ensuing foul which led to a made free throw.

The Panthers led by 13 with about seven minutes left.

“We didn’t play very smart down the stretch. We had turnovers and bad shots,” said Shutter.

Streblow led PHS in scoring with 12 and boards, 10. Kalei Hering had a team-high four assists, followed by Jewell’s three. Jewell and Majerus led in steals with four apiece.

Shutter thought Jewell, a ju nior guard, gave the Panthers a spark off the bench in the second half. Jewell scored five of her nine points in the final half.

PHS was only 9-for-20 at the free-throw line and the Vikings were just 8-for-19.

First Round
Score by Halves
Plymouth.......................23 24 – 47
Milwaukee Vincent........22 27 – 49
Plymouth scoring: Kaeli Hering 9,
Emma Jewell 9, Skyler Gosse 4, Lydia
Rhude 2, Emily Majerus 6, Megan
Goeser 2, Gwen Streblow 12, Jessica
Leider 3. Three-point goals: Hering 1,
Majerus 1.
Milwaukee School scoring: A.
Kirkwood 15, S. Crockett 16, K.
Kirkwood 18. Three-point goals: K.
Kirkwood 3.
Field goals: Plymouth 18-67, 26%.
Free throws: Plymouth 9-20, 45%;
Milwaukee Vincent 8-19, 42%
Rebounds: Plymouth 32. Turnovers:
Plymouth 1.

Third-Place Game
Score by Halves
Plymouth.......................47 28 – 75
Kenosha Indian.............22 20 – 42
Plymouth scoring: Hering 7, Carly
Lilek 2, Jewell 11, Gosse 4, Sam Meyer
3, Rhude 8, Lexi Lautenschlaeger 11,
Majerus 3, Goeser 2, Streblow 15,
Leider 9. Three-point goals: Jewell 1,
Meyer 1, Rhude 2, Streblow 2.
Kenosha Indian scoring: B. Perez
2, K. Wilhelmson 2, L. Laib 3, L.
Brady 4, A. Scarlato 8, K. Kennow
2, K. Maraccini 2, G. Johnson 10, M.
Maraccini 9. Three-point goals: Laib 1,
Brady 1.
Field goals: Plymouth 27-61, 44%.
Free throws: Plymouth 17-24, 71%;
Kenosha Indian 12-21, 57%.
Rebounds: Plymouth 34. Turnovers: Plymouth 15.


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