After a 2-loss week, the Wildcats got back to their winning ways last Thursday behind a solid 76-51 win over the Cashton Eagles.

The Wildcats would open the game on a 9-0 run, but Cashton would claw their way back into the game and be within a point at six minutes, 40 seconds.

From that point, the Wildcats would end the half in a flurry pushing further ahead to go into halftime up 39-25. The Wildcats kept control of the game in the second half.

Danyelle Waldera led all scorers for the Wildcats with 22 points, including scoring 14 points in the second half.

She was followed by Sam Fuselier with 14 points and Felicity Pooler with 12. McKenna Nehring chipped in 10 points as her sister, Marlee Nehring, added nine.

The Annual Hoops for Hope event hosted by the team will take place Jan. 9 with all proceeds to go towards the Rita Tranberg Memorial Fund. Aplastic anemia will be focused on during the game since Mikayla Simonson, a past Blair-Taylor Wildcat alum from the class of 2013, was recently diagnosed with the disease.

They will also welcome home the 2012-2013 alumni team to help with the fundraising effort.


Jackson County Chronicle editor

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