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Girls’ Basketball Roundup

January 5, 2013
The Daily Mining Gazette

DOLLAR BAY - The Dollar Bay girls basketball team overcame a four-point halftime deficit to outscore the Hancock girls 24-10 in the final two quarters for a 41-31 win Friday. Julia Daavettila and Megan Kangas led the Bays with 12 points each.

"We came out in the second half, cut our turnovers to less than half of what we had and came to life on the boards," coach Steve Krahling said. "We were down at the half and came out and played much better."

Hancock was led by Quincy Lorenzetti with nine points, all from beyond the arc.

The Bays, who lost the first meeting between the two 53-21 in December, are now 2-3 overall going into a Tuesday game at Chassell.

Hancock (2-4)?hosts L'Anse Tuesday.

Hancock 5 16 4 6 - 31

Dollar Bay 10 7 12 12 - 41

Hancock - Molly Berg 2, Quincy Lorenzetti 9, Mackenzie Brunet 4, Kirsten Berg 3, Taylor Pertile 2, Taylor Mattson 6, Lily Williams 5; FT: 5-13; Fouls: 17; Fouled out: Williams; 3-point field goals: Lorenzetti 3, Williams 1.

Dollar Bay - Julia Daavettila 12, Carli Daavettila 7, Jamie Sertich 4, Megan Kangas 12, Sam Ozanich 6; FT: 6-11; Fouls: 15; Fouled out: none; 3-point field goals: C. Daavettila 1.

Houghton 78,

Lake Linden-Hubbell 32

HOUGHTON - The Houghton girls' basketball team exploded for 25 second-quarter points and the rout was on as the Gremlins blew out Lake Linden-Hubbell Friday night.

Nine different players scored for Houghton and junior Elisa Jurmu led all scorers with 26.

According to head coach Julie Filpus, Houghton was able to get out and run early.

"Initially, I think we were able to use our fast break to get some high percentage lay-ups. Alexa Johnson came in and hit some back-to-back threes and that spread their defense out," Filpus said. "We just found the open player tonight and easily the best shooting performance of the season for us."

The Gremlins never let up, holding the Lakes - who were led by Abby Sutherland's 10 points - to just 14 second half points.

"For us, just starting off with good ball pressure and making sure we're denying the pass to the wings as best we can. I thought at times our girls rebounded well both offensively and defensively," Filpus said.

Houghton, now 6-1, hosts Jeffers Tuesday night.The Gremlins won the JV?game.

LL-H falls to 2-4 and hosts Baraga Tuesday.

LL-Hubbell 12 6 6 8 - 32

Houghton 15 25 22 16 - 78

Lake Linden-Hubbell - Sarah Audette 8, Abby Sutherland 10, Brooke Corrigan 11, Morgan Gast 1, Kayla Goodell 2; FT: 4-6; Fouls: 7; Fouled out: none; 3-point field goals: Corrigan 2.

Houghton - Noelle Polakowski 4, Alexa Johnson 13, Natalie Datto 5, Ashley Laux 3, Blaire Zenner 8, Kelsie Richards 11, Elisa Jurmu 26, Sydney Dillinger 2, Jada Riutta 6; FT: 7-12; Fouls: 7; Fouled out: none; 3-point field goals: Johnson 3, Datto 1, Jurmu 1.

Baraga 50,

Watersmeet 21

BARAGA - The Baraga girls' basketball team dominated the second quarter, and then dominated the rest of the game in a 50-21 win over Watermeet.

The visiting Nimrods opened with a 9-6 lead in the first quarter, but the Vikings stormed back with a 20-1 run in the second quarter to permanently take the lead.

"It was a really good second quarter," Baraga coach Mariah Dunham said. "A 20-1 quarter, you can't beat that.

"We really rebounded the heck out of the ball. As soon as the quarter began we just took care of things."

Jenna Heikkinen led Baraga with 14 points. The JV team won 77-5.

Baraga (4-3)?is at Lake Linden-Hubbell Tuesday.

Watersmeet 9 1 7 4 - 21

Baraga 6 20 6 18 - 50

Watersmeet - Michaela Burke 6, Lauren Ryskey 2, Jazz McGeshick 4, Frannie Zelinski 2, Jessica Barajas 2, Tori McGeshick 5. FTs: 7-11. Fouls: 11. Fouled out: None. 3-pointers: Burke 2.

Baraga - Taryn Nurmela 1, Brittany Nieskes 7, Jenna Heikkinen 14, Rebecca Larson 11, Taylor Swanson 3, Shannon Fish 2, Gabby Mayo 2, Tori Basanen 6, Jackie Wadaga 2. FTs: 4-9. Fouls: 14. Fouled out: None. 3-pointers: Nieskes 1, Heikkinen 3, Carson 3, Rasanen 2.

Ontonagon 59,

Jeffers 37

PAINESDALE?- Ontonagon finished off the Copper Country Conference sweep of Jeffers Friday night.

The Gladiators didn't gain separation until the second quarter, in which they outscored the Jets 13-3 for a 24-12 halftime lead.

Twenty-two third-quarter points put the game firmly in the visitors' column.

Ontonagon had three players score in double figures, led by 16 from Chelsea Truscott. Brilynn Pollard added 14 and Bobbi Ross 12 for Ontonagon (5-0, 4-0 CCC), which is at Calumet Tuesday night.

Jeffers also put three players in double figures, getting a team-best 14 from Shelby Seppanen, plus 11 points from Kelsey Heinonen and 10 from Haley Makela.

The Jets (0-8, 0-3 CCC)?travel to Houghton Tuesday.

Ontonagon 11 13 22 13 - 59

Jeffers 9 3 7 18 - 37

Ontonagon - Molly Domitrovich 1, Brooke Turin 7, Brilynn Pollard 14, Bobbi Ross 12, Chelsea Truscott 16, Bradee Pollard 2, Amber Luokka 7. FTs: 11-21. Fouls: 11. Fouled out: None. 3-pointers: Brilynn Pollard 2, Truscott 1, Luokka 1.

Jeffers -Haley Makela 10, Abby Rajala 2, Shelby Seppanen 14, Kelsey Heinonen 11. FTs: 7-11. Fouls: 16. Fouled out: Gabby Killunen. 3-pointers: Heinonen 3, Seppanen 1.

 
 

 

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