Kuhn hits 27, leads Wolves over EL-G


MADDIE SCHNEIDER of Elkhart Lake passes to a teammate under pressure from Hilbert’s Peyton Schaffer in Tuesday’s BEC game. – Photo by Mike McGill MADDIE SCHNEIDER of Elkhart Lake passes to a teammate under pressure from Hilbert’s Peyton Schaffer in Tuesday’s BEC game. – Photo by Mike McGill ELKHART LAKE – Junior guard Makaylee Kuhn exploded for 27 points to ignite the Hilbert Wolves to a 44-35 win over the Elkhart Lake- Glenbeulah Resorters here Tuesday night in round two of the lower division in the Big East Conference Girls Basketball Tournament.

Elkhart fell to 5-15 on the season and Hilbert improved to 8-13.

The Resorters will host Sheboygan Christian Saturday at about 7:15 p.m. in round three of the tourney which has pool play for the lower division. Elkhart is 0-2 in the tourney.

Kuhn, who was an impressive 4-for-5 (80 percent) from three-point range, poured in 17 points in the first half to spark Hilbert to a 28-21 halftime lead. She hit three treys in the opening half.

The Wolves led the entire second half. Kuhn scored a team-best 10 points in the second half as Hilbert outscored EL-G 16-14.


MEGAN FLORA of Elkhart Lake scores over Hilbert’s Megan Lau in Tuesday’s BEC game. Hilbert’s Makaylee Kuhn and Elkhart’s Kianna Bahr look on. – Photo by Mike McGill MEGAN FLORA of Elkhart Lake scores over Hilbert’s Megan Lau in Tuesday’s BEC game. Hilbert’s Makaylee Kuhn and Elkhart’s Kianna Bahr look on. – Photo by Mike McGill For the game, Hilbert was an outstanding 6-for-9 (67 percent) on three-point shooting.

Kianna Bahr led Elkhart in scoring with 10 and rebounds, seven. The Resorters were without their leading scorer this season in sophomore guard Ellie Ausloos.

Alex Schneider paced the Resorters in steals with three. Avery Feldmann had a teamhigh five assists.

“We gave a good effort but we had no answer for Kuhn. We played well in stretches and did some good things early in the game,” said Resorter head coach Donny Kulow.

“The second half we struggled to score until late in the half when we got things going.

“Avery Feldmann and Alex Schneider did a nice job for us at guard/point. They combined for five three-point shots and did a nice job for us on offense and defense,” said Kulow.


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