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Friday September 18, 2020
POWER OUTAGE: Slow Start Dooms Norse Women

MANITOWOC, Wis.---The Bay College Norse women's basketball team gave up the game's first 14 points and could not recover, losing to the Silver Lake Lakers, 70-56, Friday night in Manitowoc.

The Norse had defeated the Lakers earlier this season in Ironwood.

This time, however, the Norse could not get their shots to fall, with Paige Welch missing all twelve of her shots from the field and Justice Kinnunen making just one triple.

Jordan Kraemer scored ten points in the first quarter, but was held to no points in the second quarter and five in the third frame.

She rebounded with ten points in the fourth quarter to finish with a game-high 25 points. Teidra Fuson added 14 points.

Silver Lake, a four-year school from Manitowoc, shot better than it did in a 56-49 loss to Bay earlier this season. Dainelle Byrum and Ashley Rumblow both nailed four three-pointers for Silver Lake. Dainelle Buck made six of her eight field goal attempts.

Byrum had 16 points, while Rumlow and Buck each scored twelve points.

Bay College (8-7) is back home Monday night to face the University of Wisconsin-Marathon Huskies. Game time is 6:00. It will be broadcast live on WMXG-FM (106.3).

Click the thumbnails in the ARTICLE HIGHLIGHTS box above to see photos, listen to Jordan Belleville's player spotlight interview and post-game comments from Coach Rae Drake, Jr.

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