Resorters hold on to end losing streak


KIANNA BAHR of Elkhart Lake tries to shoot over Sheboygan Christian’s Lauren TenDolle in Friday’s BEC basketball game. The Eagles’ Alli Oppeneer watches. – Photo by Mike McGill KIANNA BAHR of Elkhart Lake tries to shoot over Sheboygan Christian’s Lauren TenDolle in Friday’s BEC basketball game. The Eagles’ Alli Oppeneer watches. – Photo by Mike McGill ELKHART LAKE – Freethrow shooting was the name of the game here Friday night which saw the Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Resorters eke out a 42-40 girls basketball victory.

The Resorters, who snapped a five-game losing streak, outscored the Eagles 22-9 at the foul line. Elkhart scored 17 of its 24 secondhalf points at the free-throw line. Christian was only 9-for-27 (33 percent) at the charity stripe.

“It was a hard-fought game. Both teams played hard. We just could not put them away,” said Resorter head coach Donny Kulow.

“We would build a 10-point lead, only to have them battle back. I give SC a lot of credit. Their coaches prepared them well and their players did some nice things.”


SONIA SCHUBERT, Elkhart Lake guard, drives to the hoop between Sheboygan Christian’s Alli Oppeneer (24) and Lauren TenDolle in Friday’s BEC basketball game. Looking on are Elkhart’s Ellie Ausloos and the Eagles’ Julia DuMez. – Photo by Mike McGill SONIA SCHUBERT, Elkhart Lake guard, drives to the hoop between Sheboygan Christian’s Alli Oppeneer (24) and Lauren TenDolle in Friday’s BEC basketball game. Looking on are Elkhart’s Ellie Ausloos and the Eagles’ Julia DuMez. – Photo by Mike McGill Elkhart improved to 3-4 in the Big East Conference (3-7 overall). The Eagles dropped to 1-6 in the BEC (3-8 overall).

“We did just enough to get the win. We will take it any way we can get one. It’s been a struggle for us and to get this win is a credit to our kids as well,” said Kulow.

Senior guard Sonia Schubert led a balanced EL-G offense with 13 points, including eight on free throws. Five Resorters scored at least five points.

Resorter senior guard Claire Feldmann tallied all eight of her points in the second half which led the team.

“We made enough free throws down the stretch to keep it a twopossession game, and we needed every one of them,” Kulow said.

The Resorters had an impressive 19 steals, led by Ellie Ausloos with eight and Schubert, six. Kianna Bahr pulled down a teamhigh seven rebounds, followed by Schubert and Camrie Schmitz with six each.

Schmitz and Ausloos paced Elkhart in assists with two each. Bahr led in blocked shots with two.

Ashley Flipse was the Eagles’ top scorer with 10.


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