Three-point barrage lifts NH over Resorters


ELLIE AUSLOOS of Elkhart Lake drives in for a layup against New Holstein in Tuesday night’s basketball opener. – Photo by Morgan Vollbrecht ELLIE AUSLOOS of Elkhart Lake drives in for a layup against New Holstein in Tuesday night’s basketball opener. – Photo by Morgan Vollbrecht ELKHART LAKE – New Holstein buried nine three-pointers to key a 59-49 win over the Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Resorters in season-opening girls basketball play here Tuesday night.

Leading the Huskies’ threepoint barrage were Julia Danes and Karli Schmitz with three each. Schmitz sank all of hers in the first half as she scored nine points to lift NH to a 28-23 halftime lead.

Senior forward Kianna Bahr hit a career-high 20 points to spark the Resorters’ offense. Bahr also grabbed a team-best 10 rebounds, including 6 offensive.

“The game got away from us in the second half. It was the first game of the year and we learned a lot,” said Resorter head coach Donny Kulow whose team was outscored 31- 26 in the second half.


KIANNA BAHR of Elkhart Lake attempts to score against New Holstein’s Olivia Ondrejka in Tuesday night’s basketball opener. Bahr scored a career-high 20 points. – Photo by Morgan Vollbrecht KIANNA BAHR of Elkhart Lake attempts to score against New Holstein’s Olivia Ondrejka in Tuesday night’s basketball opener. Bahr scored a career-high 20 points. – Photo by Morgan Vollbrecht “New Holstein rebounded well in the second half and had too many second-chance points.

“This game gives us a starting point and areas we need to improve on. The bright spots, offensively, were we got to the freethrow line 34 times and we put up 49 points with a new nucleus of potential scorers.,” said Kulow.

“Areas of improvement are rebounding, free-throw shooting, and we need to get better on defense. The good news is we can get better at those things.”

The Resorters were only 17- for-34 at the charity stripe. The Huskies also struggled at the foul line, going 10-for-22.

Freshman guard Avery Feldmann paced EL-G in assists with four and blocked shots, two. Ellie Ausloos led in steals with two.

The Huskies’ attack was led by Danes, Schmitz and Mackenzie Doherty with 11 points apiece.


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