Whitehall Leaps Past Port Edwards

Whitehall: 75, Port Edwards: 37

Halftime: 36-19 Whitehall
Whitehall had a balanced scoring attack with 4 players in double figures to defeat Port Edwards in non-conference action Monday night, 75-37.   The game stayed close for the first part of the half, with the Norse leading only by 6, 15-9 at the 9:49 mark.  But then the offense for Whitehall would heat up and they would outscore the Blackhawks 21-10 to go into the locker room up 36-19.  Whitehall would keep up the scoring in the second half outscoring Port Edwards 39-18 to cruise to the 75-37 victory.  Port Edward’s Taylor Martin would lead all scorers in the loss with 13 points while teammate Nakita Borths would add 12 points.   Olivia Killian would lead the way for Whitehall with 12 points.
Scorers for Whitehall:  Olivia Killian: 12, Vaida Goplin: 10, Breanna Clatt: 10, Nylah Lisowski: 10, Avery Sonsalla: 9 Norah Youngbauer: 8, Mckenna Pictok: 6, Mia Sygulla: 4, Nicoya Yarngton: 4, Suzy Rodriguez: 2
3 pts.:  7,  3 by Sonsalla, 2 by Youngbauer, and 1 each by Rodriguez and Lisowski
Free Throws:  6-12
Scorers for Port Edwards:  Taylor Martin: 13, Nakita Borths: 12, Melanie Sillars: 6, and 2 each by  Aubree Shroda, Dakota Bares, and Alliyah Ruiz
3 pts.  3, 2 by Borths and 1 by Sillars
Freethrows:  12-24


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David Keech
Author: David Keech

David Keech is a math teacher in Wisconsin Rapids and public address announcer for Abbotsord High School. He officiates basketball, baseball, and softball in central Wisconsin. He has reported on amateur sports since 2011, known as 'KeechDaVoice.' David can be reached at [email protected]