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2022 Girls WBCA All-Star Games: South wins four of the five games

06/30/2022, 8:45am CDT
By Norbert Durst

The 45th annual Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Games were held on Wednesday, July 29 at JustAgame Fieldhouse in Wisconsin Dells. 

The South All-Stars won four of the five games. The results along with a copy of the scorebooks are below: 

Division 1: North 75, South 57

In the final WBCA All-Star Game, the North squad was victorious after the South All-Stars won the first four games of the day. The North All-Stars had four players score in double-figures, led by Madison La Follette's Demetria Prewitt, an NJCAA Division II Kirkwood Community College signee, who finished with a game-high 20 points. The South All-Stars got 12 points apiece from Kettle Moraine's Lily Randgaard, an NCAA Division I Western Illinois University signee, and Waunakee's Ashley Sawicki, an NCAA Division II St. Cloud State University signee. 

Box Score:
Demetria Prewitt, Madison La Follette - 20 points 
Reanna Hutchinson, Eau Claire North - 10 points
Paige Werner, Neenah - 10 points 
Aaliyah Smith, Madison La Follette - 10
Kiara Hammond, D.C. Everest - 9 points
Megan Clary, Wisconsin Rapids - 8 points
Malia Green, Madison La Follette - 7 points
Zoe Fink, Stevens Point - 4 points
Lily Randgaard, Kettle Moraine - 12 points
Ashley Sawicki, Waunakee - 12 points
Kylee Grabarski, Waunakee - 7 points
Lily Gifford, Watertown - 7 points
Natalie Gricius, Oconomowoc - 7 points
Emilee Wizner, Germantown - 5 points
Kate Huml, Janesville Craig - 5 points
Lauren Meudt, Waunakee - 5 points 
Alexis Young, Milwaukee King - 1 point 

Division 2: South 74, North 64

The South All-Stars trailed by five points at the break before outscoring the North squad 27-4 in the third quarter and winning the contest 74-64. Pewaukee's Sarah Newcomer, an NCAA Division II Northern Michigan University, led all scorers with 17 points, including knocking down five three-pointers for the South squad. Also reaching double-figures for the South All-Stars were Waukesha West's Ashlyn Yow, an NCAA Division II Metropolitan State University of Denver signee, and Pewaukee's Lia Chudzik, an NAIA St. Xavier University signee, who tallied 11 and 10 points, respectively. Menomonie's Emma Mommsen, an NCAA Division II Concordia St. Paul signee, who scored 10 points. 

Box Score:
Sarah Newcomer, Pewaukee - 17 points
Ashlyn Yow, Waukesha West - 11 points
Lia Chudzik, Pewaukee - 10 points
Mya Moore, Pius XI Catholic - 9 points
Mahra Wieman, Reedsburg - 8 points
Kacey Ott, Slinger - 6 points
Caitlin Behling, South Milwaukee - 5 points
Trenna Cherney, Reedsburg - 4 points
Avery Poole, Monona Grove - 3 points
Tori Kostuck, Pius XI Catholic - 2 points
Emma Mommsen, Menomonie - 10 points
Kate Fitzgerald, Mosinee - 9 points
Helen Chen, Menomonie - 8 points
Taylor Thiry, Luxemburg-Casco - 7 points 
Lexi Freiboth, Mosinee - 6 points
Lauren Adams, Luxemburg-Casco - 5 points
Sarah Hardwick, Notre Dame - 4 points
Jojo Davis, La Crosse Logan -  4 points
Imani Ninham, West De Pere - 3 points
Emma Breidenbach, Onalaska - 3 points
Brynn Olson, Rice Lake - 2 points

Division 3: South 64, North 63

In the Division 3 WBCA All-Star Game, the South All-Stars led by 11 points at halftime and held on for a 64-63 win over the North All-Stars. Watertown Luther Prep's Grace Schmidt, an NCAA Division I California Baptist signee, scored a team-best 18 points to lead the South All-Stars. Joining her in double-figures for the South squad was Catholic Memorial's Grace Lomen, an NCAA Divison II UW-Parkside signee, who netted 12 points. The North All-Stars were led by Chilton's Olivia Hoerl who tallied 18 points, tying Schmidt for the most in the contest. 

Box Score: 
Grace Schmidt, Watertown Luther Prep - 18 points
Grace Lomen, Catholic Memorial - 12 points 
Kate Gunderson, Edgerton - 9 points
Bree Rock, North Fond du Lac - 6 points
Abby Blum, Edgerton - 5 points
Joselyn Gonzales, Martin Luther - 5 points
Emma Paulson, Columbus - 3 points 
Ja'cia Cunningham, Milwaukee School of Languages - 3 points
Lily Schuetz, Lakeside Lutheran - 3 points
Olivia Hoerl, Kiel - 18 points 
Taneea Henderson, West Salem - 12 points 
Kaylee Miron, St. Croix Falls - 9 points
Ella Jordan, West Salem - 6 points
Megan Alexander, Freedom - 6 points 
Sydney Lund, Peshtigo - 2 points
Lily Hoel, Stanley-Boyd - 4 points 
Samantha Kiel, Wrightstown - 2 points 
Allison Ash, Kiel - 2 points 
Abby Iverson, Bloomer - 2 points 

Division 4: South 63, North 54

The South squad jumped out to a 33-20 lead at halftime and went on post a 63-54 victory over the North All-Stars. Racine Lutheran's Nevaiah Bell-Tenner, an NAIA Culver Stockton College signee, scored a game-high 18 points, including connecting on three 3-pointers to lead the South All-Stars. Mineral Point's Mallory Lindsey, an NCAA Divison III UW-Oshkosh recruit, also reached double-figures for the South squad, tallying 14 points with four triples in the contest. The North All-Stars were led by Marathon's Allison Wokatsch, an NCAA Division III UW-Platteville recruit, who finished with 11 points. 

Box Score:
Nevaiah Bell-Tenner, Racine Lutheran - 18 points 
Mallory Lindsey, Mineral Point - 14 points
Bridee Burks, Lancaster - 6 points 
Ella Chambers, Mineral Point - 4 points
Jenna Olin, Parkview - 4 points 
Sarah Knowles, Boscobel - 4 points 
Blair Watters, Mineral Point - 4 points 
Rachel Koenig, Luther - 4 points 
Mickey Stampfl, Belleville - 3 points 
Mayah Holzhueter, Cambridge - 2 points
Maddie Wall, Cameron - 9 points 
Madison Barstad, Colfax - 2 points 
Allaina Robaidek, Bonduel - 9 points 
Kolo, Nekoosa - 2 points
Wokatsch, Marathon - 11 points 
Jada Eggebrecht, Phillips - 6 points 
Makenna Rohrscheib, Regis - 4 points 
Jadin Vosters, St. Mary Catholic - 4 points 
Madisyn Kilboten, Durand - 3 points
Sidney Bader, Unity - 2 points 
Maggie Glaus, Elmwood/Plum City - 2 points 

Division 5: South 68, North 51

The South All-Stars led by 14 points at the break and went on to win 68-51 in the Division 5 WBCA All-Star Game. Highlighting the South squad were Sheboygan's Lutheran's Rose Hahn, an NCAA Division III St. Norbert College commit, and Wauzeka-Steuben's Maddy Reichmann, an NCAA Division III UW-Platteville commit, who tallied 17 and 15 points, respectively. The North squad was led by McDonell Central's Lauryn Deetz who netted 13 points. 

Box Score:
Rose Hahn, Sheboygan Lutheran - 17 points 
Maddy Reichmann, Wauzeka-Steuben - 15 points
Meg Tarrell, Highland - 8 points
Taylor Jacobson, Bangor - 7 points
Rylie Collien, Hustisford - 5 points 
Aliyah Langrehr, Bangor - 4 points
Presley Buwalda, Randolph - 4 points 
Brianna Dahl, Albany - 3 points 
Katelyn Esser, Highland - 3 points  
Grace Ganshert, Argyle - 2 points 
Lauryn Deetz, McDonell Central - 13 points 
Emily Berg, Northwood - 8 points 
Emme Golembiewski, Northwood - 7 points 
Heavyn Kind, Spencer - 5 points 
Riley Naumann, Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran - 5 points 
Maddie Rosen, Clear Lake - 5 points 
Bauman, McDonell Central - 3 points 
Hannah Cerveny, Gresham - 2 points
Valarie Cerveny, Gresham - 2 points 
Malia Hoesly, Edgar - 1 point 

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