SOMERS — After injuring her hip during Friday’s win over St. Joseph, the status of Whitefish Bay Dominican’s Allazia Blockton for Saturday night’s Division 4 regional championship game against host Shoreland Lutheran was in doubt.
Blockton eventually played through the pain and ended up putting real hurt on the Pacers — pouring in 28 points with 12 rebounds in a 62-49 victory. The win for third-seeded Dominican (15-7) avenged a pair of one-point losses this season to No. 2 Shoreland in Metro Classic Conference regular-season play.
SOMERS — Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball coach Holly Bahr observed that basketball appears to be fun for Hannah Harmeyer right now.
With performances like Friday night, how could it not be?
The Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team couldn’t hold an early fourth-quarter lead in losing to Racine St. Catherine’s, 50-43, in Metro Classic Conference game Friday night.
The Pacers (14-7, 11-4) led 37-34 after three quarters before scoring just six points in the fourth quarter.
SOMERS — When the Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team charged back from a 12-point fourth-quarter deficit on Tuesday night, Racine Prairie was not caught off guard.
A share of first place in the Metro Classic Conference is at stake when the Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team hosts Racine Prairie at 7:30 tonight in Somers.
Ranked No. 8 in Division-4 in the WisSports.net state coaches poll, Prairie is in first place in the Metro Classic at 12-1 (17-1 overall), while Shoreland is tied for second place with Racine St. Catherine’s at 10-2.
SOMERS — It wasn’t looking good for the Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team with under three minutes to play on Friday night.
Trailing by eight points and with offensive opportunities at a premium, the never-say-die Pacers outscored Whitefish Bay Dominican 11-2 in the final 2 minutes, 9 seconds for a rousing 40-39 victory over the stunned Knights.
The Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team limited upset-minded St. Joseph to one basket in the opening 11 minutes 57 seconds of the second half and pulled away for a 50-39 Metro Classic Conference victory on Tuesday night at Madrigrano Gymnasium.
RACINE — Six Flags Great America amusement park is closed for the season, but that hasn’t stopped the Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team from acting like its rides are still operating.
Thanks to Shoreland Lutheran, the Metro Classic Conference girls basketball race is officially up for grabs.
Playing on the road, the Pacers got defensive to upset previously unbeaten Whitefish Bay Dominican, 44-43, on Saturday afternoon.
That must have been some halftime speech.
The Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team climbed out of a 10-point hole in the third quarter and went on to beat host Greendale Martin Luther in a Metro Classic Conference game on Thursday night.
SOMERS — Opposing ball handlers are in for an uncomfortable 32 minutes when they face the Wilmot girls basketball team.
Two state-ranked foes will square off in a non-conference girls basketball matchup when Shoreland Lutheran hosts Wilmot at 7:30 tonight in Somers.
In the first WisSports.net/WBCA state poll released last week, Wilmot (6-0) was ranked No. 6 in Division-2, while Shoreland (4-2) was ranked No. 7 in Division-4.
A slow start doomed the state-ranked Shoreland girls basketball team on Thursday night.
The Pacers, ranked seventh in the latest WisSports.net Division-4 state coaches poll, fell to Elkhorn 41-36 in a non-conference game in Somers.
Sophomore Ellie Harmeyer scored a game-high 20 points and grabbed 17 rebounds (seven offensive) as Shoreland Lutheran stymied visiting Greendale Martin Luther, 44-32, in a Metro Classic Conference matchup Thursday night in Somers.
The Pacers (3-1, 2-0 Metro Classic) limited the Spartans (2-2, 0-2) to single digits in the first three quarters.
Ellie Harmeyer didn’t have her usual dominating night but that didn’t matter for the Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team on Tuesday night.
The Pacers (2-1) got 20 points from Lauren Stanich in flattening host Burlington Catholic Central 49-32 in the inaugural Metro Classic Conference game for both schools.
Sure, the players and coaches on the Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team would love to make it to the WIAA State Tournament for the first time in school history.
The Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team will face its biggest Metro Classic Conference test of the season when it travels to Racine Prairie 7:30 tonight.
Shoreland (4-3 overall) and Whitefish Bay Dominican are tied for first place in the nine-team league at 3-0 while Prairie right behind at 3-1 (6-1 overall). Dominican handed Prairie its lone loss on Dec. 4, 64-52.
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