SPARTAN ROUNDUP: SHS girls lose at Esko; Lane to play soccer at CSS
Superior Telegram The Superior High School girls basketball team lost 64-45 Tuesday night at Esko. The Eskomos led 41-20 at the half and the Spartans outscored Esko 25-23 in the second half. Madsen Myer led Superior in scoring with 11 points. Ava...
The Superior High School girls basketball team lost 64-45 Tuesday night at Esko.
The Eskomos led 41-20 at the half and the Spartans outscored Esko 25-23 in the second half.
Madsen Myer led Superior in scoring with 11 points.
Ava Gonsorowski led Esko with 22 points.
The Spartans wrap up the regular season at Duluth Denfeld at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
The WIAA playoffs begin Friday, Feb. 26. Superior was seeded No. 14 and will play at No. 3 Appleton North at 7 p.m.
Superior................................. 20 25 - 45
Esko..................................... 41 23 - 64
Superior - Chloe Kintop 3, McKenzie Kmecik 8, Natalie Olson 2, Ellie Leadstrom 7, Kennedy Leadstrom 7, Madsen Myer 11, Hannah Kolanczyk 6, Lauren Roboin 2, Daisey White 2. Totals 20 3-8 45.
3-point goals - Kintop, Myer.
Esko - Mandi Dincau 13, Selena Shady 9, Macy Sunnarborg 11, Ava Gonsorowski 22, Arianna Murto 3, Hannah Gottschald 2, Eve Turner 2, Bridget Yellin 2. Totals 23 9-16 64.
3-point goals - Dincau 3, Sunnarborg 3, Shady, Gonsorowski, Murto.
SHS senior Lorena Lane was among seven recruits announced that will play soccer at St. Scholastica this fall.
Lane, a midfielder, will complete her senior season this spring with the Spartans.
She is a team captain, and during her junior year she was named the team’s Most Improved Player.
“Lorena is one of the hardest working girls I know, which is an excellent quality for an outside midfielder,” CSS coach Dave Reyelts said. “Lorena is extremely quick and athletic and will add a positive energy to our team.”
The other recruits announced were Taylor Schmidt, a defender at Hermantown; Bailey Mudek, a two-year captain at Esko, who will transfer from Saint Benedict; Janelle Rouillard, a midfielder-forward from Rogers, Minn.; Jordan Lundberg, a midfielder-defender from Detroit Lakes, Minn.; Samantha Guimont, a forward-midfielder from Monticello, Minn.; and Olivia Schmitz, a four-year starting goalkeeper at Caledonia.