|Nov 29 Fri||4:15||Stevens Point|
|Nov 30 Sat||2:30||Green Bay Preble|
|Dec 07 Sat||4:15||@ Racine Park|
|Dec 10 Tue||7:30||Slinger|
|Dec 13 Fri||7:30||@ Sussex Hamilton|
|Dec 17 Tue||6:00||Brookfield East|
|Dec 20 Fri||7:30||Wauwatosa East|
|Dec 27 Fri||5:30||@ Baraboo|
|Dec 28 Sat||2:30||@ Richland Center|
|Jan 10 Fri||7:30||@ West Allis Hale|
|Jan 16 Thu||7:30||DSHA|
|Jan 20 Mon||7:30||@ Muskego|
|Jan 24 Fri||7:30||@ Menomonee Falls|
|Jan 28 Tue||7:30||West Allis Central|
|Jan 31 Fri||7:30||Sussex Hamilton|
|Feb 04 Tue||6:00||Brookfield East|
|Feb 07 Fri||7:30||@ Wauwatosa East|
|Feb 11 Tue||7:30||West Allis Hale|
|Feb 14 Fri||7:30||@ DSHA|
|Feb 21 Fri||7:30||Menomonee Falls|
|Feb 25 Tue||7:30||Oak Creek|
|Feb 27 Thu||7:30||@ West Allis Central|
|Mar 04 Tue||7:00||WIAA Regional|
|Mar 07 Fri||7:00||WIAA Regional|
|Mar 08 Sat||TBD||WIAA Regional|
|Mar 13 Thu||TBD||WIAA Sectional|
|Mar 15 Sat||TBD||WIAA Sectional|
|Mar 21 Fri||6:35||D1 Sem-Final|
|Mar 22 Sat||8:00||D1 Championship|
Congratulations to Lydia Rohde on being named "Student-Athlete-of-the-Week" by SportsRadio 1250.
Caroline Bush lines up a 3 point shot, one of three she made in the game.
The Lancers put together their most consistent performance of the year in beating the Slinger Owls, 59-20. The Lancers jumped to a 16-2 lead after one quarter and pushed the lead to 31-7 by the half. The victory improved Central's record to 4-0, its best start since Dan Wandrey began coaching at BC.
Nicole Hinz led all scorers with 14. Caroline Bush was in double figures for the second game in a row with 11 points. Emma Brauer had 8 points and continues to play outstanding defense on a nightly basis.
In holding an opponent under 30 points for the fourth consecutive game, the Lancers accomplished something they had never done before in Coach Wandrey's 16-season tenure. The 2008-09 team held three consecutive opponents under 30 points in January, 2009.
The Lancers take on Sussex Hamilton at Sussex on Friday night at 7:30.
Rachel Kolb scored 6 points in the Lancers' victory over Racine Park
Brookfield Central defeated Racine Park at Racine on Saturday afternoon, 76-29. The 76 points was the second-highest total scored by the Lancers since the start of the 2001-02 season (85 points vs Milw. Pulaski; March 9, 2010) and only the fourth time they have scored 70 or more in the past 13 seasons.
Central had 24 assists, a new team record, eclipsing the previous high of 23 set against Madison East on January 10, 2012.
Caroline Busch scored 13 points to lead BC, Lydia Rohde added 12, and Alena Moro had 10. All ten active players scored for Central. Busch's 13 points was the second-highest output by a BC freshman since the 2005-06 season (Emma Brauer, 15 points; February 3, 2012). Nicole HInz was the leading rebounder with 9, and Rohde was tops in assists with 7.
Next games: Tuesday (12/10) vs Slinger; Friday (12/13) at Sussex Hamilton.
The last time the Lancers started a season 2-0 was in 2002.
Lydia Rohde's 26 points in the two games this past weekend moved her up the Brookfield Central Girls Basketball all-time scoring list, into 11th place. Lydia has scored 627 points in her high school career. She is 24 points away from the number 10 spot on the list, currently occupied by Valerierose Agnello (2008-11), who now plays for the NCAA Division 1 Wichita State Shockers.
Player-Of-The-Game, Nicole Hinz
Three solid quarters outweighed one poor one and allowed the Lancers (2-0) to claim their second victory of the season, defeating Green Bay Preble (0-2), 35-28.
It was a game marked by scoring runs by each team. BC jumped to a 10-2 lead in the first quarter, then yielded 12 straight points to Preble to fall behind, 14-10. The Lancers scored the next five to go back on top, 15-14. Preble followed with a 10-point run, scoring the last eight points of the first half and the first two of the second half to go up by nine, 24-15. BC reeled off the next 14 points to grab a 29-24 lead and never trailed again. Caroline Busch helped seal the win, sinking a free throw with 43 seconds to play to put the Lancers up by four.
Nicole Hinz scored 11 points and Lydia Rohde had 10 to pace Brookfield.
Next up: Racine Park (at Racine) next Saturday, Dec 7 at 4:15 p.m.
Lydia Rohde scores the first two points of the season.
Nicole Hinz poured in 22 points and Lydia Rohde added 16 more to power the Lancers to a 60-29 win over Stevens Point. Kathryn Steif chipped in with seven points. The Lancers shot a sizzling 55% from the floor (25-45) and outrebounded Stevens Point, 34-20.
Rohde had 13 and Hinz had 10 at the intermission, each hitting several shots from long range. Rohde connected on three 3s and Hinz had two to account for all of the Lancers' scoring from beyond the arc. Abby Miller had 6 assists.
The Lancers built an 11-1 lead during the first period and stretched it to 35-16 at the half.
Several BC girls scored the first points of their varsity career, including junior Molly Magnus (4 points), sophomore Rachel Kolb (3 points), and freshman Claire Haynes (2 points). Freshman and starting point guard Caroline Busch did not put up any shots but played a solid floor game and showed quick feet and intensity on defense.
Sarah Fotsch will play for the Air Force Academy in 2013-14
Sarah Fotsch, a captain on last year's Brookfield Central team, is playing for the Air Force Academy this season. Sarah was a starter for the Falcons in their
After playing for Kishwaukee junior college the past two years, Valerierose Agnello (BC class of 2011) received a scholarship to play at Wichita State University. Val played 19 minutes in the Shockers' opening game of the season today. Follow this link to see Val's bio page on the Wichita State website.
Anna Liewen (BC 2012) is in her second year at Northern Michigan and was a starter and the Wildcats' leading rebounder in their exhibition game against UW-Green Bay on Nov 2. Anna started 17 games for Northern Michigan last year. Anna's Northern Michigan bio page.
Lily Sandstrom (BC 2010) will be playing for Northland College this year. This will be Lily's first season of college basketball. Northland will play at Mount Mary on December 7 at 2 pm. so mark your calendars and come out to support Lily. Northland College Women's Basketball.
The Varsity schedule for 2013-14 has been announced. The Lancers open their season on Friday, November 29, at 4:15 p.m. against Stevens Point in the 2013 Thanksgiving Shootout. The conference opener is Friday, December 13 at 7:30 p.m. at Sussex Hamilton.
Non-conference opponents are Stevens Point (17-6), Green Bay Preble (7-16), Slinger (9-14), Muskego (10-14), and Oak Creek (23-2). BC will also play two games at the Baraboo Holiday Tournament on Friday, December 27 and Saturday, December 28, against two non-conference opponents not yet determined.
The 2013 Brookfield Central Thanksgiving Shootout will be held Friday, November 29 and Saturday, November 30.
This annual event features many of the premier girls basketball programs in Wisconsin. The 2013 Shootout includes three of the four D1 state tournament semifinalists (state champ Milwaukee Riverside, runner-up Mukwonago, and Arrowhead) and D2 finalists, state champ Green Bay Notre Dame and runner-up New Berlin Eisenhower.
The complete schedule is available for download here.