The Clintonville Truckers needed an overtime period to get past the Winneconne Wolves on Friday, Jan. 16. After outscoring Winneconne 4-0 in overtime, the Truckers celebrated another win.
Clintonville trailed 11-7 after one quarter and 18-13 at halftime.
The Truckers came out of the break with a determined attitude, outscoring the Wolves 9-3 in the third quarter to take a 22-20 lead.
Winneconne regrouped and outscored Clintonville 14-12 in the final frame, and the score was tied at 34-34.
In overtime, Clintonville scored four points while Winneconne couldn’t put the ball in the hoop, and the Truckers walked away with a 38-34 win.
Autumn Voigt scored 16 points, grabbed 11 rebounds, and blocked four shots for Clintonville. Ali Johnson added eight points, Chrissy Betz netted six points and grabbed seven boards, Caitie Carpenter netted four points, Etta Sorenson added two, and Catherine Morse scored two for the home team.
Clintonville made 15 of 53 shots (28 percent) including 2 of 10 from 3-point range (20 percent) and 6 of 18 from the free throw line (33 percent).
Clintonville 46, Berlin 30
A 10-point lead in the first half propelled the Trucker girls’ basketball team to a 46-30 win over the Berlin Indians on Tuesday, Jan. 13.
Clintonville outscored Berlin 8-4 in the first quarter and 16-10 in the second quarter to take a 24-14 advantage at halftime.
The Truckers kept right on rolling through the second half, outscoring the Indians 11-7 in the third quarter and 11-9 in the fourth quarter to seal the game.
Clintonville made 16 of 50 shots (32 percent) while hitting 2 of 15 from 3-point range (13 percent) and sinking 12 of 22 free throws (54 percent).
Berlin made 11 of 48 shots (22 percent) while draining 3 of 17 shots from 3-point range (17 percent) and hitting 5 of 12 from the charity stripe (41 percent).
Clintonville had a huge edge in rebounding, pulling down 39 rebounds while limiting Berlin to 28 boards. The Truckers also had a 12-10 edge in steals while blocking seven shots. Both teams had 16 turnovers, but the Indians committed 19 fouls, while the Lady Truckers were whistled for just nine fouls.
Berlin earned a 17-8 advantage in bench points, but Clintonville had an 8-0 advantage in second-chance points and an 8-7 edge in points off turnovers.
Carpenter led Clintonville with 13 points and six rebounds. Sorenson added 11 points. Voigt scored six points and grabbed 12 rebounds, while Morse also scored six and grabbed five boards. Betz added six points and three rebounds. Johnson netted two points and pulled down eight boards, and Danielle Kiefer scored two points.
Bonduel 51, Clintonville 30
The Bears mauled the Truckers on Monday, Jan. 19, using a big first quarter to build a lead that they never gave up.
Bonduel led 12-3 after one quarter and 22-13 at halftime. They increased their lead to 47-29 after three frames and outscored Clintonville 4-1 in the fourth quarter to seal the win.
Clintonville made just 10 of 48 shots (20 percent) including 3 of 16 from 3-point range (18 percent) and 7 of 13 from the free throw line (53 percent). Meanwhile, the Bears made 20 of 38 shots (52 percent) including 4 of 7 from deep (57 percent) and 7 of 10 from the charity stripe (70 percent).
Voigt scored 10 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for Clintonville, while Carpenter netted eight points. Johnson added six, Sorenson scored four, and Betz tallied two.