Big win over Siren

Anna Mikula goes up against Siren defender Cassandra Maslow for a jump shot. Mikula had seven points for the game. — Photos by Larry Samson

Larry Samson | Staff writer

SHELL LAKE – With a 53-45 win over Siren in a home game on Tuesday, Nov. 28, the Shell Lake Lakers improved their early season record to 1-1 in nonconference play. Shell Lake will play Clear Lake in their second Lakeland Central Conference game on Friday, Dec. 8, in Shell Lake.

Julia Pokorny makes a basket under the hoop. The Shell Lake senior is strong under the basket and accounted for a third of the offensive rebounds.

Shell Lake took an early lead over Siren and held that lead throughout the game. The Lakers outscored the Dragons 29-20 in the first half and held on as Siren came back in the

Grace Anderson with a jump shot against Siren defender Madison Thiex. Anderson was the top scorer for Shell Lake with 17 points as the Lakers defeated Siren 53-45 in a nonconference game on Tuesday, Nov. 28, in Shell Lake.

second half. Grace Anderson was the top scorer for Shell Lake with 17 points. Anna Mikula and Cassie Skattebo each had seven points for the game. Ashlea Meister had six assists, two blocks and 10 rebounds for the game. Meredith Kevan had six assists for the game from her point guard position.

The win for Shell Lake is a big morale booster for the Laker team as Siren has a very good girls basketball program. This is the second year that Shell Lake has beaten Siren under coach Jim DeLadi and marks a turning point for the Shell Lake girls basketball program.