Grace Schisel canned five three-pointers on her way to a game-high 20 points to lead New Holstein to a 59-36 win over Sheboygan Falls Friday night. The Huskies are 4-2 for the first time in ten years.

It wasn't your usual start to a game as Sheboygan Falls sank a pair of technical foul free throws for a 2-0 lead due to a scorebook infraction, but that's about the only thing that went wrong for New Holstein as they shook off a slow start to post a relatively easy 59-36 Eastern Wisconsin Conference girls basketball victory over the Falcons Friday night at NHHS.

Sophomore Grace Schisel had five of New Holstein's eight three-pointers for a game-high 20 points as the Huskies moved to 4-2 overall and EWC, the best start for a New Holstein girls team since the 2010-11 team featuring Tara Zipperer and Chelsi Cash went 5-2 to start the season.

Coach Corbin Thompson's squad looks to equal that 5-2 start when they host Campbellsport Monday night.

In a wild finish to the JV game, New Holstein held a nine-point lead with four minutes left before having to finish the game with just four eligible players. Brillion rallied to take a 36-34 lead with seven seconds left before Ava Cady sank a three-pointer from the right corner as time expired giving New Holstein a 37-36 victory.

Brillion was the JV opponent as Sheboygan Falls JV are under COVID quarantine.



New Holstein 59 Sheboygan Falls 36

Brillion at Chilton (cancelled)

Valders at Kiel (cancelled)

Manitowoc Roncalli 44 Two Rivers 33

Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 41 Reedsville 40

Cedarburg 57 Plymouth 52

Stockbridge 51 Milwaukee Heritage Christian 35


Brillion 55 Kewaunee 48

Plymouth 59 Campbellsport 55



North Fond du Lac at Kiel (JV: 12 pm...Varsity: 1:30)

Chilton at Reedsvile (1/2:30)

Fall River at Stockbridge (3 pm)

Winnebago Lutheran at New Holstein (cancelled)

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