7th Grade Girls Compete in State Basketball Tourney

The Whitefish Bay girls team placed 16th in Division 2 of the Wisconsin State Invitational Championship Tournament on April 13 and 14.

The Whitefish Bay 7th grade girls basketball team competed with other top teams from across the state at the Wisconsin State Invitational Championship Tournament on April 13 and 14.

This tournament, which was organized by The Great Northwest Basketball League, brought together 84 of the top community-based 7th grade girls basketball teams from across the state on April 13 and 14.

The Whitefish Bay 7th grade girls team played in Division 2, finishing in 16th place. State champions were crowned in four divisions: Division 1, Division 2, Division 3 and Division 4/5, based on the enrollment of the high school into which each team feeds.

The results of Whitefish Bay’s six games were as follows:

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Whitefish Bay 34, Waunakee 32

Notre Dame 34, Whitefish Bay 12

Waupun 34, Whitefish Bay 30

Round of 16:

Hortonville 42, Whitefish Bay 21

13th – 16th Place Semi-Finals:

St. Marys/St. Dominics 31, Whitefish Bay 19

15th Place Game:

DeForest 32, Whitefish Bay 25 

The Whitefish Bay team is coached by Stacy Kundinger; Assistant Coach:  Molly O'Brien.  The All-Tournament team for Division 2 consisted of:  Olivia Bogan (Hortonville), Halie Campion (Milton), Kylie Campion (Milton), Brehna Evans (West De Dere), Maryn Ferron (Beaver Dam), Shay Frederick (Hortonville), Emma Gamoke (Onalaska), Emily Higgins (Pulaski), Kathleen Hirsch (St. Marys/St. Dominics), Jenna Krause (Seymour), Ashley Laskowski (Notre Dame), Kaylee Miller (Beaver Dam), Hailey Oskey (Seymour) and Alicia Putney (New Berlin Eisenhower).


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