Warriors coast past Resorters in BEC play

FREDONIA – Cold shooting and turnovers stymied the Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Resorters as they stumbled, 59-33, against host Ozaukee in a Big East Conference girls basketball game Tuesday night.

The Resorters hit a paltry 18 percent (8 of 45) from the field and were guilty of 24 turnovers. Elkhart slipped to 0-2 in BEC play (0-3 overall). The Warriors, who figure to contend for the league title, improved to 2-0 in the BEC (3-0 overall).

Ozaukee built a 38-15 halftime cushion, led by Greta Klas with 10 of her game-high 12 points. The Warriors had four players who scored in double figures for the game.

Freshman guard Avery Feldmann paced EL-G in scoring with nine, rebounds with five and blocked shots, two. Sophomore guard Ellie Ausloos had a team- high four steals and two assists.

“We had a slow start and had trouble with the press. We did not execute our press break very well and had too many turnovers which led to easy baskets for Ozaukee,” said Resorter head coach Donny Kulow.

“I’m just disappointed we didn’t do a better job of breaking the press.

“Ozaukee has a nice team with good speed and good shooters. They played very well as a team with good balance. They moved the ball extremely well and found the open shooters,” said Kulow.

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