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Indian Trail girls’ first season comes to an end

WAUKESHA — Trailing by 26 points midway through the fourth quarter, the Indian Trail girls basketball team didn’t finish its first varsity season without a fight.

Battling until the final second ticked off the clock, the eighth-seeded Hawks lost to ninth-seeded Waukesha Catholic Memorial, 59-42, in a Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division-2 regional quarterfinal on Wednesday night at the InPro Athletic Center.

“Obviously, it was too little, too late,” Indian Trail coach Sara Ames said. “I’m certainly pleased with them working hard and not giving up despite that large deficit.”


Franklin runs away from Indian Trail

FRANKLIN 85,

INDIAN TRAIL 32

McRae, Park run by Indian Trail

Racine Park’s Briana McRae erupted for a game-high 31 points as Indian Trail suffered a 69-54 setback in a Southeast Conference game in Kenosha. ... The Hawks (7-11, 3-7) led 16-9 after the first quarter before the Panthers rallied to a 34-31 halftime lead. ... McRae fueled the comeback with 16 points in the second quarter. ... Indian Trail’s Madie Kaelber finished with 21 points. ... “We really are improving each game,” Hawks coach Sara Ames said. “The final score does not reflect our efforts.”

Case runs past Indian Trail

Racine Case 57, Indian Trail 39

Racine Case toppled visiting Indian Trail 57-39 in a Southeast Conference game. ... Madie Kaelber hit four 3-pointers and led Indian Trail (5-7, 1-4) with 16 points, while Morgan Morrison scored six. ... Mya Collum (18 points), Brette Logic (14) and Azaria Floyd (12) paced the Eagles (6-5, 4-1).

Kaelber boosts Indian Trail to win over Racine Horlick

Madie Kaelber had four 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 18 points to lead Indian Trail to a 44-36 victory over Racine Horlick in a Southeast Conference game at Indian Trail on Friday night.

The Hawks outscored Horlick 13-2 in the first quarter and led 28-17 at halftime.

Hawks a tight-knit group

Yes, the Indian Trail girls basketball team is completely devoid of varsity experience.

But chemistry, continuity and opportunity? Those three words certainly apply, even if experience doesn’t.

Hawks a tight-knit group

Yes, the Indian Trail girls basketball team is completely devoid of varsity experience.

But chemistry, continuity and opportunity? Those three words certainly apply, even if experience doesn’t.

Kaelber lifts Indian Trail past St. Joseph

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If Tuesday night is any indication, it may be a long four years for opponents of the Indian Trail girls basketball team.

Freshman Madie Kaelber scored 26 points in leading Indian Trail to its first varsity victory with a 61-46 pasting of host St. Joseph in a non-conference game.

Indian Trail girls drop first varsity basketball game

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KENOSHA — Yes, the record will show a loss for the Indian Trail girls basketball team.

But just getting the first varsity game in program history officially into the books was enough to keep center and team captain Jasmine Fields smiling widely after her team fought back in the second half before succumbing, 62-53, to Milwaukee School of Languages on Tuesday in a non-conference season opener for both teams at Indian Trail.

Indian Trail girls overtake Pulaski

Trailing by four points at the end of the third quarter, the Indian Trail girls basketball team outscored Milwaukee Pulaski 17-10 in the final eight minutes en route to a 44-41 non-conference victory over visiting Milwaukee Pulaski on Wednesday night.

Sarah Amburn, Emma Dalton and Madie Kaelber all scored five points in the fourth quarter for the Hawks (4-5). All three also made one 3-pointer.

Indian Trail Girls schedule and results

Weekly Box Scores

Indian Trail Girls Roster


    Published:

    Player Pos Ht Yr

    1 Shavonna Ferguson G-F 5-8 Jr

    3 Morgan Morrison G-F 5-10 Jr

    5 Sarah Amburn G 5-3 Fr

    11 Abbey Alfredson F 5-6 Jr

    13 Katie Sangbusch F 5-10 Jr

    21 Emma Dalton G 5-7 So

    22 Jasmine Fields C 5-11 Jr

    23 Madie Kaelber G 5-8 Fr

    30 Melissa Weyand F 5-9 Jr

    33 Megan Reindl G 5-7 Jr

    Coach—

    Sara Ames, first season

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