No. 15 K-P girls pull away from Wolves in second half

Friday, February 17, 2023

KINGSLEY ó For the second regional game in a row, the Kingsley-Pierson girls basketball team had a better second half than first half. The Class 1A No. 15 ranked Panthers led by just four at halftime against Harris-Lake Park, but picked it up in the second half to win by a final score of 61-44.

Sydney Doeschot led the Panthers with 23 points in the game. She had two of the teamís three made shots from 3-point range. Doeschot led the Panthers with six steals and two blocks and was second on the team with six rebounds.

Makenna Bowman joined Doeschot in double figures as she scored 14 points. She was the teamís leading rebounder with seven boards and finished with four steals.

Avery Schroeder added nine points for the team and had four steals and three assists. Emma Dye chipped in four points while three others ended with three points.

Harris-Lake Park was led by a 21 point performance from Payton Reimers who knocked down three triples. Allison Wallace added a double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Harris-Lake Park ends their season with a 7-14 record.

Kingsley-Pierson (18-4) advances to play Remsen St. Maryís (21-1) in Fridayís regional semifinal round in Remsen. The two teams met once during the regular season, a 52-43 win for the Hawks.

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