RHS 6-6 in conference
STAR JOURNAL REPORT
The Rhinelander High School varsity girls basketball team closed out its Great Northern Conference schedule Monday with a 55-26 home victory over Tomahawk.
Of the nine Hodag players who scored, only Kaly Kostrova recorded double figures with 19 points. Hannah Schade led the Hatchets with nine points.
RHS, which improved its record to 6-6 in the GNC and 8-12 overall, closes out the regular season this week with non-conference road games Tuesday at Marshfield and Thursday at Crandon. The Hodags have received the No. 8 seed in their regional and open WIAA Division 2 tournament play Feb. 21 by hosting No. 9-seeded Antigo.
Hodags 55, Hatchets 26
Hatchets 10 16 – 26
Hodags 29 26 – 55
Hodags: Kenedy Van Zile 6, Ally Seefeldt 8, Payton Van Zile 2, Brooke Mork 9, Hope Wissbroecker 2, Kaly Kostrova 19, Molly Wagler 2, Maddie Meyer 2, Ali Schickert 5. 3-pointers: Kostrova 3, Mork. Free throws: 3-8. Fouls: 16.